Do'dai (Hebrews Doday', דּוֹדִי, prob. another form for Dodo; Sept. Δωδία v.r. Δωδαϊv and Δωδαϊvα, Vulg. Dudia), an Ahohite, the chief officer of the contingent for the second month under David (1Ch 27:4); probably the same as DODO SEE DODO (q.v.), whose son Eleazar was one of David's three chief braves (2Sa 23:9; 1Ch 11:12). By some the words בן אלעזר, "Eleazar the son of," are supposed to have accidentally escaped in transcription from the text in 1Ch 27:4 making this person the father of the military character there spoken of.