Ded'anim (Heb. Dedanim', דּדָנַים, a patrial from Dedan; Sept. Δαιδάν), the descendants of the Arabian DEDAN SEE DEDAN (q.v.), spoken of (Isa 21:13) as engaged in commerce. Some, however, following the various rendering of the versions (Michaelis, Spicileg. 1:115 sq.), have thought the Rhodians to be meant, and others have even conjectured an allusion to the Dodona, a famous oracle of Epirus (Strabo, 7:504-7, ed. Almelon.).