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Gilead (Hebrew: גלעד) is the name of three persons and two places in the Bible.
Gilead may also refer to:
- Gilead, a Jaredite military commander in the Book of Mormon
- Gilead (novel), the 2004 novel by Marilynne Robinson
- Gilead Sciences, a biopharmaceutical company based in California
- Balm of Gilead, a healing compound made from the resinous gum of Populus candicans
- Balsam of Mecca, also known as the balm of Gilead, a resinous gum of the tree Commiphora gileadensis
- "There Is a Balm in Gilead," African-American spiritual song
- Watchtower Bible School of Gilead, Jehovah's Witnesses' missionary training program in New York state, aka the Gilead School
- Gilead, Connecticut.
- Gilead, Indiana
- Gilead, Iowa
- Gilead, Maine
- Gilead Township, Michigan
- Gilead, Missouri
- Gilead, Nebraska
- Gilead Township, Morrow County, Ohio
- Gilead, New South Wales, a suburb of Sydney
- Gilead, birthplace of Roland Deschain in the The Dark Tower series of novels by Stephen King
- Gil'ead, a city in the kingdom of Alagaësia in Christopher Paolini's novel Eragon
- Republic of Gilead, the setting of Margaret Atwood's dystopian novel The Handmaid's Tale
People with the given name
- Ghilad, a commune in Timiș County, Romania
- Ghil'ad (disambiguation)
- Gilad (disambiguation)
- Mount Gilead (disambiguation)
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