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|GIDANAH, Nephite son of ISHMAEL, and father of [[AMULEK]], who lived ca. 82 BC ([http://scriptures.lds.org/en/alma/10/2#2 Alma 10:2] has P ms GIDANAH, and GIDDONAH 1830-1981).<ref>R. Skousen agrees that GIDANAH is correct here – Skousen, ATV, 3:1774.</ref>
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|GIDANAH, Nephite son of [[ISHMAEL]], and father of [[AMULEK]], who lived ca. 82 BC ([http://scriptures.lds.org/en/alma/10/2#2 Alma 10:2] has P ms GIDANAH, and GIDDONAH 1830-1981).<ref>R. Skousen agrees that GIDANAH is correct here – Skousen, ATV, 3:1774.</ref>
 
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|GIDDONAH, High priest, ca. 75 BC ([http://scriptures.lds.org/en/alma/30/23#23 Alma 30:23])
 
|GIDDONAH, High priest, ca. 75 BC ([http://scriptures.lds.org/en/alma/30/23#23 Alma 30:23])
 
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See the discussion of GID above. The last part of the name, -ONAH, remains unexplained. See also the discussion under GIDDIANHI above.  
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See the discussion of [[GID]]. The last part of the name, -ONAH, remains unexplained. See also the discussion under [[GIDDIANHI]].  
  
GIDGIDDONI and GIDGIDDONAH may somehow be derived from or related to biblical Gidgad/Gudgodah ([http://scriptures.lds.org/en/judg/20/45#45 Judges 20:45], [http://scriptures.lds.org/en/deut/10/7#7 Deuteronomy 10:7]), and perhaps to Hor-hagidgad  
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[[GIDGIDDONI]] and GIDGIDDONAH may somehow be derived from or related to biblical Gidgad/Gudgodah ([http://scriptures.lds.org/en/judg/20/45#45 Judges 20:45], [http://scriptures.lds.org/en/deut/10/7#7 Deuteronomy 10:7]), and perhaps to Hor-hagidgad  
 
“Hollow of Gidgad” ([http://scriptures.lds.org/en/num/33/32-33#32 Numbers 33:32-33]), which may be the same location as Arabic Wadi Ghadhaghedh.<ref> J. R. Zorn in Freedman, ed., Anchor Bible Dictionary, III: 287.</ref>  
 
“Hollow of Gidgad” ([http://scriptures.lds.org/en/num/33/32-33#32 Numbers 33:32-33]), which may be the same location as Arabic Wadi Ghadhaghedh.<ref> J. R. Zorn in Freedman, ed., Anchor Bible Dictionary, III: 287.</ref>  
  
Nibley suggests deriving it from the EGYPTIAN name for SIDON, dydwn3.<ref>Nibley, LID 26, 28; and ABM 71.</ref>  
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Nibley suggests deriving it from the EGYPTIAN name for [[SIDON]], dydwn3.<ref>Nibley, LID 26, 28; and ABM 71.</ref>  
  
 
Also possible is the root ǵdn > ‘dn, “luxury” (JH).
 
Also possible is the root ǵdn > ‘dn, “luxury” (JH).

Revision as of 20:28, 4 May 2011

Lehite PN 1. GIDANAH, Nephite son of ISHMAEL, and father of AMULEK, who lived ca. 82 BC (Alma 10:2 has P ms GIDANAH, and GIDDONAH 1830-1981).[1]
2. GIDDONAH, High priest, ca. 75 BC (Alma 30:23)

See the discussion of GID. The last part of the name, -ONAH, remains unexplained. See also the discussion under GIDDIANHI.

GIDGIDDONI and GIDGIDDONAH may somehow be derived from or related to biblical Gidgad/Gudgodah (Judges 20:45, Deuteronomy 10:7), and perhaps to Hor-hagidgad “Hollow of Gidgad” (Numbers 33:32-33), which may be the same location as Arabic Wadi Ghadhaghedh.[2]

Nibley suggests deriving it from the EGYPTIAN name for SIDON, dydwn3.[3]

Also possible is the root ǵdn > ‘dn, “luxury” (JH).

See GID, GIDGIDDONAH, GIDDIANHI, GIDGIDDONI, SIDON, ZORAM.

See also Giddonah / Gidanah Variant and Giddonah Variant

Notes

  1. R. Skousen agrees that GIDANAH is correct here – Skousen, ATV, 3:1774.
  2. J. R. Zorn in Freedman, ed., Anchor Bible Dictionary, III: 287.
  3. Nibley, LID 26, 28; and ABM 71.