Metaphysical meaning of Gedor (mbd)
Gedor, ge'-dôr (Heb.)--surrounding; enveloping; a wall; an inclosing protection; fold; fortification.
a A city in the hill country of Judah (Josh. 15:58). b The Gedor of I Chronicles 4:39 is thought to be the same place as the Geder of Joshua 12:13. c A Benjamite town, the home of Jeroham, whose sons Joelah and Zebadiah joined David at Ziklag when David was in hiding from Saul (I Chron. 12:7). d An Israelitish man, a Benjamite (I Chron. 8:31; 9:37). e The name Gedor occurs in I Chronicles 4:4, 18 in the genealogy of Judah.