lauder; praising, a Levite of the family of Merari, and one of the three masters of music appointed by David (1 Chr. 16:41, 42; 25:1-6). He is called in 2 Chr. 35:15 "the king's seer." His descendants are mentioned as singers and players on instruments (Neh. 11:17). He was probably the same as Ethan (1 Chr. 15:17, 19). In the superscriptions to Ps. 39, 62, and 77, the words "upon Jeduthun" probably denote a musical instrument; or they may denote the style or tune invented or introduced by Jeduthun, or that the psalm was to be sung by his choir.
jeduthun says there couldn't nobody have stood beatin' agin them rocks, unless they was all leather and inger-rubber like him.
Abel and jeduthun were playing fox-and-goose with grains of corn in the corner, and Tim was whittling a goose-poke.
That was the last jeduthun saw of him; for in a few minutes more the ship struck, and then it was every man for himself.