Definitions for "Gideon"
Keywords:  singer, album, kenny, duet, kim
Gideon is the title of an album by Country singer Kenny Rogers issued by United Artists Records in 1980. It reached #1 on the country charts and the top 20 of the pop charts. It includes the world-wide hit "Don't Fall In Love With A Dreamer" (a duet with Kim Carnes, who also wrote and produced the album for Rogers).
"Gideon" is a song by rock band My Morning Jacket. The song was written by lead singer Jim James and remains one of the most popular from their album Z, and features the epic sound that My Morning Jacket has incorporated into recent recordings. The song is most likely about the biblical character Gideon, which is evident in the lyrics.
A judge who delivered the Israelites from the tyrrany of the Midianites. See Chapter 7.
Gideon (גִּדְעוֹן, Standard Hebrew Gidʻon, Tiberian Hebrew Giḏʻôn), also known as Jerub-Baal, is a judge appearing in the Book of Judges, in the Bible. His story is told in chapters 6 to 8. He is also named in the Epistle to the Hebrews as an example of a man of faith.
Gideon was a faithful Nephite leader, and a strong man and an enemy to King Noah, Mosiah 19: 4-8. After King Noah's expulsion and death by fire, Gideon counseled with Noah's son, King Limhi in Mosiah 20: 17-22. He proposed a plan for escaping from Lamanite bondage, Mosiah 22: 3-9.
Gideon is a fictional character, a Mutant supervillain appearing in the Marvel Comics universe. He was created by Rob Liefeld and Fabian Nicieza. Gideon was a member of the Externals, a unique type of immortal mutant, and an adversary of the X-Men spin-off group X-Force.
Gideon is an American romantic tragic comedy of the year 1999.
Keywords:  charmed, elder, television
Gideon is an Elder on the television show Charmed.