ne-than'-el, neth'-a-nel (nethan'el, "God has given"; Nathanael; the King James Version Nethaneel, ne-than'-e-el):
(1) A chief or prince of Issachar (Nu 1:8; 2:5; 7:18,23; 10:15).
(2) The 4th son of Jesse (1Ch 2:14).
(3) One of the trumpet-blowers before the ark when it was brought up from the house of Obededom (1Ch 15:24).
(4) A Levite scribe, the father of Shemaiah (1Ch 24:6).
(5) The 5th son of Obed-edom (1Ch 26:4).
(6) One of the princes whom Jehoshaphat sent to teach in the cities of Judah (2Ch 17:7).
(7) A Levite who gave cattle for Josiah's Passover (2Ch 35:9).
(8) One of the priests who had married foreign wives (Ezr 10:22; compare 1 Esdras 9:22).
(9) A priest registered under the high priest Joiakim (Ne 12:21).
(10) A Levite musician who assisted at the dedication of the walls (Ne 12:36).
John A. Lees