What does Gedeon mean in the Bible?

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Holman Bible Dictionary - Gedeon
(gehd' ih uhn) KJV transliteration of Greek for Gideon in Hebrews 11:32 . See Gideon .
Morrish Bible Dictionary - Gedeon
Hebrews 11:32 : same as GIDEON.
1910 New Catholic Dictionary - Gedeon
(Hebrew: hewer)
One of the greater judges of Israel. His father, Joas, lived at Ephra, and was of the family of Abiezer and tribe of Manasses. Gedeon was sent by God to deliver Israel, which had forsaken Yahweh, and after destroying the altar of Baal, routed the Israelite enemies, the Madianites, with 300 men. His peaceful judgeship lasted 40 years.

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Jerubebbeth - Gedeon was sent by God to deliver Israel, which had forsaken Yahweh, and after destroying the altar of Baal, routed the Israelite enemies, the Madianites, with 300 men
Gedeon - Gedeon was sent by God to deliver Israel, which had forsaken Yahweh, and after destroying the altar of Baal, routed the Israelite enemies, the Madianites, with 300 men
Gideon - Gedeon was sent by God to deliver Israel, which had forsaken Yahweh, and after destroying the altar of Baal, routed the Israelite enemies, the Madianites, with 300 men
Jezrael - Gedeon, arriving from the south, defeated the Madianites and the Amalecites, who had encamped near Jezrael (Judges 6)
Jezrahel - Gedeon, arriving from the south, defeated the Madianites and the Amalecites, who had encamped near Jezrael (Judges 6)
Jezreel - Gedeon, arriving from the south, defeated the Madianites and the Amalecites, who had encamped near Jezrael (Judges 6)
Judges, Book of -
Selected episodes from the history of the Judges, valiant leaders raised by God at different points of the territory, to free the people from their oppressors, after each one of their many apostasies (3,7, to 17); the best known are: Debbora and Barac (4,5), Gedeon (6 to 10,5), Jephte (10,6, to 12,15), and Samson (13-15)