Fausset's Bible Dictionary
("torrent of God".) A station of Israel toward the close of their journey to Canaan (Numbers 21:19), N. of Arnon, the next stage but one to Pisgah. Probably the wady Encheyle with the letters transposed; it runs into Mojeb, the ancient Arnon.
Easton's Bible Dictionary
Possession, or valley of God, one of the encampments of the Israelites in the wilderness (Numbers 21:19 ), on the confines of Moab. This is identified with the ravine of the Zerka M'ain, the ancient Callirhoe, the hot springs on the east of the Jordan, not far from the Dead Sea.
Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible
NAHALIEL. A station in the journey from the Arnon to Jericho ( Numbers 21:19 ), either WÃ¢dy Waleh , a N.E. tributary of the Arnon, or the WÃ¢dy Zerka Ma‘in , farther north, which runs into the Dead Sea.
Holman Bible Dictionary
(nuh hay' lih ehl) Place name meaning, “palm grove of God,” “torrent valley of God,” or less likely, “God is my inheritance.” One of Israel's stopping places in Transjordan (Numbers 21:19 ). The stream bed is perhaps the wadi Zerqa Ma'in or the wadi Wala, a north tributary of the Arnon.
Morrish Bible Dictionary
One of the stations of the Israelites. Numbers 21:19 . Identified by some with the ravine of the Zerka Main, 31 38' N, 35 44' E .
Hitchcock's Bible Names
Inheritance; valley of God
The Hawker's Poor Man's Concordance And Dictionary
A place where Israel encamped in the wilderness, and is compounded of Nahal, brookâand El, God. (Numbers 21:19)