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Ichabod (Hebrew: אִי כָבוֹד) is a Hebrew word meaning "inglorious." It is also a masculine name of Jewish origin.
- Ichabod, a Biblical figure
- Ichabod Alden (1739–1778), American Revolutionary War officer
- Ichabod Bartlett (1786–1853), United States Representative from New Hampshire
- Ichabod Crane (Colonel) (1787–1857), American military officer
- Ichabod Dimock (died 1858), Nova Scotia farmer, magistrate and politician
- Ichabod Goodwin (1794–1882), 27th governor of New Hampshire
- Ichabod Washburn (1798–1868), American industrialist
- Ichabod T. Williams (1826–1899), American businessman and art collector
- Ichabod Wiswall (1637–1700), third pastor of the church in Duxbury, Plymouth Colony
- Ichabod Charles Wright (1795–1871), English scholar, translator, poet and accountant
- Ichabod Crane, fictional character in Washington Irving's short story "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow"
- Ichabod, a poem by John Greenleaf Whittier recounting the fall from glory of Daniel Webster
- Ichabod Range, a mountain range in Nevada
- Washburn Ichabods and The Ichabod, athletes and mascot of Washburn University, named after Ichabod Washburn
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