Gid'del (Heb. Giddel' גַּדֵּל, perhaps giant; Sept. Γεδδἠλ, Γαδδήλ, Σαδήλ), the name of two men whose descendants or relatives (Bene-Giddel) returned from the captivity with Zerubbabel; perhaps Gibeonites (q.v.).
1. One of the Nethinim (Ezr 2:47; Ne 7:49). B.C. ante 536.
2. One of "Solomon's servants," i.e., perhaps of the Canaanitish tribes enslaved by Solomon (Ezr 2:56; Ne 7:58; compare 1Ki 9:21). B.C. ante 536. SEE SOLOMON.