Easton's Bible Dictionary
Dwelling-place of God, a town in the territory of Asher, near its southern border (Joshua 19:27 ). It has been identified with the ruin Y'anin, near the outlet of the Wady esh Sha-ghur, less than 2 miles north of Kabul, and 16 miles east of Caesarea.
Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible
NEIEL . See Neah.
Holman Bible Dictionary
(nih i' ehl) Name meaning, “dwelling place of God.” Town assigned to Asher (Joshua 19:27 ). The site is probably that of khirbet Ya'nin on the eastern edge of the plain of Acco about eighteen miles southeast of that city.
Hitchcock's Bible Names
Morrish Bible Dictionary
Boundary city of Asher. Joshua 19:27 . Identified by some with ruins at Yanin , 32 54' N, 35 13' E .
The Hawker's Poor Man's Concordance And Dictionary
A city of Ashur. (Joshua 19:27) From Nuah, shakingâand El, God.
Neiel - Neiel
Neah - identical with Neiel of Joshua 19:27
ne'i-el - If the former of these be identified with Jefat , and the latter with Kabul , eight or nine miles east-southeast of Akka , then Neiel may possibly be represented by Mi'ar , a village conspicuously placed on a lofty mountain brow, just halfway between the two
Name, Names - Other names evidently imply the existence of local sanctuaries, some of which must have been pre-Israelite: Beth-anath, Anathoth, Bethel, Gilgal, Kedesh-naphtali, Migdal-el, Migdal-gad, Neiel, Penuel, Beth-shemesh