Hanniel

HANNIEL (han'ĭ-ĕl, Heb. hannî’ēl, the favor of God)

Son of Ephod, the prince of the tribe of Manasseh, appointed by Moses to help in dividing the land (Num.34.23).Son of Ulla, and a descendant of Asher (1Chr.7.39).


HANNIEL hăn’ ĭ əl (חַנִּיאֵ֖ל, grace of God). KJV HANIEL (1 Chron 7:39). 1. The son of Ephod, a Manassite leader (Num 34:23). He was one of those appointed to superintend the distribution of the land W of the Jordan among the tribes to be settled there.

2. An Asherite prince and warrior hero; a son of Ulla (1 Chron 7:39).

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

(channi’el "grace of God"):

(1) The son of Ephod and a prince of Manasseh who assisted in dividing Canaan among the tribes (Nu 34:23).

(2) A son of Ulla and a prince and hero of the tribe of Asher (1Ch 7:39); the King James Version "Haniel."