KELAL (kē'lăl). A man of Pahath-Moab who put away his foreign wife (Ezra.10.30).
CHELAL ke’ lăl (צַּלְאֵ֔ל, perfection). One of eight sons of Pahath-moab listed among Israelites who had married foreign wives and who pledged to give them up with their children after Ezra showed them their guilt (Ezra 10:30).
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)
One of the bene Pachath-Mo’abh who took "strange wives" (Ezr 10:30).