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Fausset's Bible Dictionary [1]

1. Mishael and Elzaphan, sons of Uzziel, Aaron's uncle, buried Nadab and Abihu in their loose tunics or "coats" ( Leviticus 10:4-5). Thereby being defiled, six days before the Passover ( Numbers 9:15;  Exodus 40:2-3;  Leviticus 8:33), they probably were the men prevented from keeping the second Passover ( Numbers 9:6;  Numbers 1:46-49;  Numbers 26:62;  Exodus 38:26). (Blunt, Undesigned Coincidences, 15, 66-68.)

2.  Nehemiah 8:4.

3. One of Daniel's three companions at Babylon ( Daniel 1:6-19;  Daniel 2:17; Daniel 3). (See Daniel ; Ananiah; Azariah; Meshach; Abednego )

Easton's Bible Dictionary [2]

  • One of the three Hebrew youths who were trained with Daniel in Babylon ( Daniel 1:11,19 ), and promoted to the rank of Magi. He and his companions were afterwards cast into the burning fiery furnace for refusing to worship the idol the king had set up, from which they were miraculously delivered (3:13-30). His Chaldean name was Meshach (q.v.).

    Copyright Statement These dictionary topics are from M.G. Easton M.A., DD Illustrated Bible Dictionary, Third Edition, published by Thomas Nelson, 1897. Public Domain.

    Bibliography Information Easton, Matthew George. Entry for 'Mishael'. Easton's Bible Dictionary. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/ebd/m/mishael.html. 1897.

  • Smith's Bible Dictionary [3]

    Mish'ael. (Who Is What God Is?).

    1. One of the sons of Uzziel, the uncle of Aaron and Moses.  Exodus 6:22, when Nadab and Abihu were struck dead for offering strange fire, Mishael and his brother, Elzaphan, at the command of Moses, removed their bodies from the sanctuary, and buried them without the camp, their loose-fitting tunics serving for winding-sheets.  Leviticus 10:4-5.

    2. One of those who stood at Ezra's left hand, when he read the law to the people.  Nehemiah 8:4. See Meshach .

    Morrish Bible Dictionary [4]

    1. Son of Uzziel, a son of Kohath.  Exodus 6:22;  Leviticus 10:4 .

    2. One who stood by Ezra when he read the law.   Nehemiah 8:4 .

    3. Name of one of Daniel's companions, changed to MESHACH, q.v .  Daniel 1:6-19 .

    Holman Bible Dictionary [5]

     Exodus 6:22 Leviticus 10:4 2 Nehemiah 8:4 3 Daniel 1:6-7 1:11 1:19 Daniel 2:17

    Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible [6]

    MISHAEL. 1. A Kohathite (  Exodus 6:22 ,   Leviticus 10:4 ). 2. One of Ezra’s supporters (  Nehemiah 8:4 ); called in 1Es 9:44 Misael. 3. See Meshach.

    Hawker's Poor Man's Concordance And Dictionary [7]

    Him to whom the Chaldeans gave the name of Meshach. (See  Daniel 1:7) The meaning of Mishael is, one asked for of God. See Abednego.

    Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature [8]

    (Heb. Misphal', מַישָׁאֵל , Who is Like God Sept. Μισαήλ ), the name of three men.

    1. The eldest of the three sons of Uzziel (the son of Kohath and grandson of Levi), and consequently the cousin of Aaron ( Exodus 6:22). He, with his brother Elzaphan, at the command of Moses, carried out the bodies of Nadab and Abihu to burial ( Leviticus 10:4). B.C. 1657. They may thus have been two of those whose defilement by a dead body prevented their keeping the passover at Sinai on the regular day ( Numbers 9:6; see Blunt, Coincidences, ad loc.).

    2. The second named of the three Hebrew youths ( Daniel 1:6) trained along with Daniel at the Babylonian court ( Daniel 1:11), and promoted to the rank of magi ( Daniel 1:19). Having assisted Daniel in solving the dream of Nebuchadnezzar ( Daniel 2:17), they were advanced to civil dignities ( Daniel 3:12); but were afterwards cast into the blazing furnace for refusing to worship the royal idol; and, being miraculously delivered from it, they were still more highly honored by the king ( Daniel 3:13-30). His Chaldaean name was MESHACH ( Daniel 1:7). B.C. cir. 580.

    3. One of those (apparently chief Israelites) who supported Ezra on the left hand while reading the law to the people after the captivity ( Nehemiah 8:4). B.C. 410.

    International Standard Bible Encyclopedia [9]

    mish´ā́ - el , mı̄´shā́ - el ( מישׁאל , mı̄shā'ēl , perhaps = "who is equal to God?"):

    (1) A K ohathite, 4th in descent from Levi ( Exodus 6:22 ). He and his brother Elzaphan carried out Moses' order to remove from the sanctuary and the camp the corpses of Nadab and Abihu ( Leviticus 10:4 f).

    (2) A supporter of Ezra at the reading of the Law ( Nehemiah 8:4 ).

    (3) The Hebrew name of one of Daniel's 3 companions ( Daniel 1:6 ,  Daniel 1:7 ,  Daniel 1:11 ,  Daniel 1:19;  Daniel 2:17 ). His Babylonian name was Meshach (which see).

    Kitto's Popular Cyclopedia of Biblial Literature [10]

    Mish´ael, one of the three companions of Daniel, who were cast into the burning furnace by Nebuchadnezzar, and were miraculously delivered from it . The Chaldean name was Meshech .