[-some Gud'godah] (Heb. with the art. and, directive, hag-Gudgod'-ah, , הִגֻּדגֹּדָה, rent, or perh. thunder; Sept. Γαδγάδ, Vulg. Gadgad), the fortieth station of the Israelites during their wanderings in the desert, between Mount Her and Jotbath (De 10:7); doubtless the same with HOR-HAGIDGAD, through which they had previously passed between Bene-jaakan and Jotbath (Nu 33:56). The name appears to be preserved in the present wady Chudhaghidh ("diminutions"), mentioned by Robinson (Res. i, 267) as "a broad sandy valley which drains the remainder of the region between the Jerafeh and el-Mukrah, and carries its waters eastward to the former." SEE EXODE. In this identification two late travellers agree (Schwartz p. 213; Bonar, p. 286, 295). SEE HOR- HAGIDGAD. Dr. Robinson suggests that Gudgodah and Jotbathah may be in the Arabah, near the junction of wady Ghurun-del with wady el-Jeib (Res. ii, 583). SEE JOTBATH.