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Eliphalet

Eliphalet (ēlĬf´əlĕt), in the Bible, name of two sons of David. Alternate forms are Eliphelet and Elpalet.

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Eliphal

Eliphal (ĕl´īfăl, ēlī´fəl), the same as Eliphelet4.

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