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King James Dictionary

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Greek - dry
Greek - dry up
Greek - dry, dry land
Hebrew - dry grass
Hebrew - dry, dry up, become dry, make her dry, make your dry, makes it dry
Hebrew - dry
Hebrew - dry, become dry
Hebrew - dry
Hebrew - dry ground
Hebrew - dry place, dry country
Hebrew - dry, dry up
Hebrew - dry
Hebrew - dry
Hebrew - dry, dry ground, dry land
Hebrew - dry, dry ground, dry land
Hebrew - dry land
Hebrew - dry, dry land, dry places
Hebrew - dryshod, dry-shod
Hebrew - dry
Hebrew - dry soil
Hebrew - dry, dry ground, dry land
Hebrew - dry
Hebrew - dry

DRY, a. See the Verb.

1. Destitute of moisture; free from water or wetness; arid; not moist; as dry land; dry clothes.
2. Not rainy; free from rain or mist; as dry weather; a dry March or April.
3. Not juicy; free from juice, sap or aqueous matter; not green; as dry wood; dry stubble; dry hay; dry leaves.
4. Without tears; as dry eyes; dry mourning.
5. Not giving milk; as, the cow is dry.
6. Thirsty; craving drink.
7. Barren; jejune; plain; unembellished; destitute of pathos, or of that which amuses and interests; as a dry style; a dry subject; a dry discussion.
8. Severe; sarcastic; wiping; as a dry remark or repartee; a dry run.
9. Severe; wiping; as a dry blow; a dry basting. See the verb, which signifies properly to wipe, rub, scour.
10. Dry goods, in commerce, cloths, stuffs, silks, laces, ribbons, &c., in distinction from groceries.

DRY, v.t. G., to dry, to wipe; Gr., L. See Dry. The primary sense is to wipe, rub, scour.

1. To free from water, or from moisture of any kind, and by any means; originally by wiping, as to dry the eyes; to exsiccate.
2. To deprive of moisture by evaporation or exhalation; as, the sun dries a cloth; wind dries the earth.
3. To deprive of moisture by exposure to the sun or open air. We dry cloth in the sun.
4. To deprive of natural juice, sap or greenness; as, to dry hay or plants.
5. To scorch or parch with thirst; with up.

Their honorable men are famished, and their multitude dried up with thirst. Isaiah 5.

6. To deprive of water by draining; to drain; to exhaust; as, to dry a meadow.

To dry up, to deprive wholly of water.

DRY, v.i.

1. To grow dry; to lose moisture; to become free from moisture or juice. The road dries fast in a clear windy day. Hay will dry sufficiently in two days.
2. To evaporate wholly; to be exhaled; sometimes with up; as, the stream dries or dries up.

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Dictionary of Words from the King James Bible. Public Domain. Copy freely.
Material presented was supplied by Brandon Staggs and was derived from the KJV Dictionary found on his website located at
The unabridged 1828 version of this dictionary in the SwordSearcher Bible Software at

Bibliography Information
"Entry for 'Dry'". "King James Dictionary".


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