Neballat

NEBALLAT (nē-băl'ăt). A Benjamite town occupied after the Exile, named along with Lod and Ono (Neh.11.34). It is now Beit Nabala, four miles (seven km.) NE of Lydda.


NEBALLAT nĭ băl’ ət (נְבַלָּֽט). A town overlooking the Plain of Sharon and settled by Benjaminites after the Exile (Neh 11:34); prob. the modern Beit Nebala, a few m. NE of Lydda.

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

A town occupied by the Benjamites after the exile, named along with Lod and Ono (Ne 11:34). It is represented by the modern Belt Nebala, 4 miles Northeast of Lydda.