A previous question noted that there are three distinct individuals named Amihud mentioned in the Torah, and at least one more in Divrei Hayamim. When I noticed this phenomenon in the Torah, it made me wonder whether Amihud is the most-shared name, that is, assigned to the most distinct individuals, in the Torah.1 This is basically a point of curiosity, but such a superlative status may indeed indicate homiletic value, coupled with analysis of the meaning of the name, as was provided in the answer to the previous Amihud question.
What name is shared by the most distinct individuals in the Torah?
What name is shared by the most distinct individuals in Tanach?
1. DoubleAA pointed out another name that's shared by three individuals in the Torah: Reuel, as documented in this answer.