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The name Gideon’s father Joash gave to him after Gideon destroyed the altar of Baal (Judg 6:32; 7:1; 8:29; 1 Sam 12:11).
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Jerubbaal jerʹə-bāl, [Heb. yerubbaʿal—‘let Baal contend’ (?)]. The name given to Gideon by his father Joash and the people in recognition of his destruction of the altar of Baal at Ophrah (Jgs. 6:32). For this name the form “Jerubbesheth” (2 S. 11:21) was substituted after the analogy of “Ishbosheth”
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Jerubbaal (Heb. yĕrubbaʿal) (also JERUBBESHETH)The name (“let Baal [or ‘the master’] contend” or “multiply”) given to Gideon to commemorate his destruction of his father’s altar to Baal at Ophrah (Judg. 6:32). At times this name is identified as an alternate appellative (Judg. 7:1; 8:35), but at others
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