Gu'ni (Heb. Guni', גּוּנִי dyed [-Gesen.] or protected [Furst]; Sept. Γυνί, but in 1Ch 7:13, Γωϋνί, Vulg. Guni, the name of two men.
1. One of the sons of Naphtali (B.C. ante 1856, but not necessarily born before the migration to Egypt) (Ge 46:24; Nu 26:48; 1Ch 7:13). His descendants are called GUNITES (Nu 26:48).
2. Father of Abdiel, and grandfather of Ahi, which last was chieftain of the Gileadite Gadites (1Ch 5:15). B.C. between 1093 and 782.