(Doʹdo) [from a root meaning “beloved”].
1. An ancestor, probably the grandfather, of Judge Tola of the tribe of Issachar.—Jg 10:1.
2. A descendant of Benjamin through Ahohi. Dodo’s son Eleazar was one of David’s three mighty men. (2Sa 23:9; 1Ch 11:12) Dodai (an alternate form of Dodo) served, perhaps in a representative sense through his son Eleazar, as chief of the army division of the second month.—1Ch 27:4.