Do’eg (fearful), an Idumean, chief of Saul’s herdmen. (b.c. 1062.) He was at Nob when Ahimelech gave David the sword of Goliath, and not only gave information to Saul, but when others declined the office, himself executed the king’s order to destroy the priests of Nob, with their families, to the number of 85 persons, together with all their property. 1 Sam. 21:7; 22:9, 18, 22; Ps. 52.