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Nethaneel - נתנאל "Gift of/is God", Standard Hebrew Nətanʾel, Tiberian Hebrew Nəṯanʾēl, also Nethanel:

  1. The son of Zuar, chief of the tribe of Issachar and one of the leaders of the tribes of Israel during the Exodus (Num. 1:8; 2:5, 7:18, 23; 10:15).
  2. One of David's brothers (1 Chr. 2:14).
  3. A priest who blew the trumpet before the ark when it was brought up to Jerusalem (1 Chr. 15:24).
  4. A Levite (1 Chr. 24:6).
  5. A temple porter, of the family of the Korhites (1 Chr. 26:4).
  6. One of the "princes" appointed by Jehoshaphat to teach the law through the cities of Judah (2 Chr. 17:7).
  7. A chief Levite in the time of Josiah (2 Chr. 35:9).
  8. A son of Passhur, one of the biblical priests who had taken a pagan wife but repented according to Ezra 10:22.
  9. Neh. 12:21.
  10. A priest's son who bore a trumpet at the dedication of the walls of Jerusalem (Neh. 12:36).

The Midrash lists Nethaneel as one of the several names of Moses.

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Wikisource This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domainEaston, Matthew George (1897). "Nethaneel". Easton's Bible Dictionary (New and revised ed.). T. Nelson and Sons.