(Kem·uʹel) [perhaps, God’s mound, or, congregation of God].
1. A son of Abraham’s brother Nahor and his wife Milcah, and hence Abraham’s nephew. He had a son named Aram.—Gen. 22:20, 21.
2. Son of Shiphtan and a chieftain of the tribe of Ephraim. He was one of the twelve men appointed by Jehovah through Moses to divide the land of Canaan among the Israelites, representing the tribe of Ephraim in this undertaking.—Num. 34:16-29.
3. A Levite who was the father of Hashabiah, leader over the tribe of Levi in David’s day.—1 Chron. 27:16, 17.