Ehud in the Bible Encyclopedia - ISBE
e'-hud (ehudh, "united," "strong"): A Benjamite, son of Gera,
deliverer of Israel from oppression by Moab (Jdg 3:15-30).
Gaining access alone to the presence of King Eglon under
pretense of a secret errand connected with the payment of
Israel's tribute, Ehud, a left-handed man, drew the sword he
had concealed upon his right side, and thrust the king
through. He locked the doors of the upper chamber after him,
made his escape, and with the Israelites overcame Moab at the
fords of the Jordan, slaying some 10,000. Ehud's name occurs
again in the Benjamite genealogy (1 Ch 7:10).
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