Character Study on Paltiel

Character Study on Paltiel

Numbers 34: And the prince of the tribe of the children of Issachar, Paltiel the son of Azzan.

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Easton's Bible Dictionary - Paltiel
Deliverance of God, the prince of Issachar who assisted "to divide the land by inheritance" (Numbers 34:26 ).

Hitchcock's Bible Names - Paltiel
Deliverance; or banishment
Morrish Bible Dictionary - Paltiel
Son of Azzan, and prince of Issachar. Numbers 34:26 .

Fausset's Bible Dictionary - Paltiel
Numbers 34:26.

Holman Bible Dictionary - Paltiel
(pal' tih ehl) Personal name meaning, “God is (my) deliverance.” 1. Leader of Issachar whom Moses appointed to assist Joshua and Eliezer in distribution of land to the tribes west of the Jordan (Numbers 34:26 ). 2 . Fuller form of the name of Saul's son-in-law (2 Samuel 3:15-16 ). See Palti .

Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible - Paltiel
PALTIEL. 1. The prince of Issachar ( Numbers 34:26 ). 2. 2 Samuel 3:15 , the same as Palti of 1 Samuel 25:44 .

The Hawker's Poor Man's Concordance And Dictionary - Paltiel
Son of Azzan, a prince in the tribe of Issachar. (Numbers 34:26) His name is compounded of Palat, deliverance—and El, God.

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Azzan - Father of Paltiel ( Numbers 34:28 )
Phaltiel - (fal' tih ehl) KJV form of Paltiel (2 Samuel 3:15 )
Azzan - Father of Paltiel, prince of Issachar, chosen to divide the land
Paltiel - Paltiel
az'Zan - (very strong ), the father of Paltiel prince of the tribe of Issachar, who represented his tribe in the division of the promised land
Palti - In 2 Samuel 3:15 he is called Paltiel
Michal - While David was fleeing Saul’s wrath, Michal was wedded to Paltiel ben Laish
Laish - The father of Palti or Paltiel, to whom Michael, David’s wife, was given by Saul ( 1 Samuel 25:44 , 2 Samuel 3:15 )
Michal - Saul then gave Michal to Paltiel. Paltiel followed weeping, but was rudely dismissed by Abner
Palti - The fuller form Paltiel , meaning, “God delivers,” is used in 2Samuel (KJV, Phaltiel)
Michal - When David was forced to flee from Saul, Saul took Michal and gave her as wife to another man, Paltiel (1 Samuel 25:44). This strengthened his claim to Saul’s throne, but it left Paltiel broken-hearted (2 Samuel 3:13-16)
Laish - Father of Paltiel (Phalti in KJV) and father-in-law of Michal (King Saul's daughter) after she was given to David (1 Samuel 19:11-12 ; 1 Samuel 25:44 )
Bahurim - The place where Paltiel, son of Laish, was ordered to relinquish Michal ( 2 Samuel 3:16 ); where Shimei dwelt, who cursed David in his flight ( 2 Samuel 16:5 ); where Ahimaaz and Jonathan hid in the well from Absalom ( 2 Samuel 17:18-19 ); and the home of Azmaveth, one of David’s mighty men ( 1Ch 11:33 , 2 Samuel 23:31 , where Barhumite is written for Baharumite )
Issachar - ... Paltiel, Israel's representative, was divinely appointed to take part in dividing Canaan (Numbers 34:26)
Name, Names - Abbreviations of both these classes are fairly common: Abi , for Abijah ; Palti , for Paltiel; Nathan , for Jonathan or Nathanael , etc