Gi'dom (Heb. Gidom', גַּדעֹם, a felling; Sept. Γεδάν v.r. Γαλαάδ), a place east of Gibeah, towards the wilderness (of Bethel), where the routed Benjamites turned to escape to the rock Rimmon (Jg 20:45); hence probably in the plain lying north-east of Michmash, and perhaps so called from being a clearing in the woods that anciently covered this tract (2Ki 2:24; 1Sa 14:25). SEE MENUKAH.

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