Gin'nethon (Heb. Ginnethon', גַּנּתוֹן, gardener or great garden; Sept. Γαανναθών and Γαναθώθ,Vulg. Genthon), one of the "chief" priests that returned from the captivity with Zerubbabel (Ne 12:4, where the reading is "Gennetho"), and subscribed the covenant with Ne 10:6; his son Meshullam is mentioned as contemporary with the high-priest Joiakin (Ne 12:16). B.C. 536410.