Peniel or Penuel
(face of God), the name which Jacob gave to the place in which he had wrestled with God: “He called the name of the place ‘face of El,’ for I have seen Elohim face to face” (Genesis 32:30). In Genesis 32:31 and the other passages in which the name occurs, its form is changed to Penuel. From the narrative it is evident that Peniel lay somewhere on the north bank of the Jabbok, and between that torrent and the fords of the Jordan at Succoth, a few miles north of the glen where the Jabbok falls into the Jordan.
Smith's Bible Names Dictionary (1866)