'Gideon' can also refer to...

Fell, Dr. Gideon


Gideon Algernon Mantell (1790—1852) surgeon and geologist

Gideon Bacher (fl. 1585—1619)

Gideon Bibles

Gideon Boas

Gideon Delaune (1565—1659) apothecary

Gideon Fagan (1904—1980)

Gideon Force

Gideon Gaye (High Llamas album)

Gideon Harvey (1637—1702) physician

Gideon Hiram Hollister (1817—1881)

Gideon Johnson Pillow (1806—1878)

Gideon Klein (1919—1945)

Gideon Nisbet

Gideon Olmsted (1749—1845)

Gideon Ouseley (1762—1839) Methodist preacher

Gideon Rahat

Gideon Rosen

Gideon Shryock (1802—1880)

Gideon v. Wainwright

Gideon v. Wainwright, 326 U.s. 335 (1963)

Gideon Wanton (1693—1767) merchant and colonial governor

Gideon Welles (1802—1878)

Gideon Yaffe

John Gideon Millingen (1782—1849) army surgeon and writer

John Gideon Wilson (1876—1963) bookseller

Laudon, Gideon Ernst, Freiherr von (1717—1790)

Reynold Gideon Bouyer (1741—1826) Church of England clergyman


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In the Bible, an Old Testament warrior and judge of Israel, under whose leadership (Judges ch. 6–8) the Midianites were conquered.

Gideon Bible a bible placed in a hotel room or hospital ward by Gideons International with the aim of spreading the Christian faith.

Gideons International an international Christian organization of business and professional people, founded in 1899 in the US.

Subjects: Biblical Studies — Judaism and Jewish Studies.

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