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King James Dictionary

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Additional Resources
• Nave's Topical Bible
Boar, wild
Unicorn (wild ox, rsv)
• Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
Wild beasts
• Torrey's Topical Textbook
Ass, The Wild
• International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
Bull, Wild
Exposure, To Wild Beasts
Gourd, Wild
Grapes, Wild
Olive, Wild
Wild Beast
Wild Ox
Greek - olive tree which is wild, wild olive tree, wild olive
Greek - wild
Greek - fought with wild beasts, wild beasts
Greek - wild beast, wild beasts
Hebrew - wild
Hebrew - wild, wild ass, wild donkey, wild donkeys
Hebrew - wild
Hebrew - wild ass, wild donkeys
Hebrew - wild ass
Hebrew - wild ox, wild oxen
Hebrew - wild grapes
Hebrew - wild
Hebrew - wild animals, wild beast, wild beasts
Hebrew - wild goat, Wild Goats, wild goats
Hebrew - wild
Hebrew - wilderness, wild
Hebrew - wild bull, wild ox
Hebrew - wild goat
Hebrew - wild beasts of the islands
Hebrew - wild beast
Wild -

WILD, a. G.

1. Roving; wandering; inhabiting the forest or open field; hence, not tamed or domesticated; as a wild boar; a wild ox; a wild cat; a wild bee.
2. Growing without culture; as wild parsnep; wild cherry; wild tansy. Wild rice, a palatable and nutritious food, grows spontaneously in the lakes and ponds of the North West territory.
3. Desert; not inhabited; as a wild forest.
4. Savage; uncivilized; not refined by culture; as the wild natives of Africa or America.
5. Turbulent; tempestuous; irregular; as a wild tumult.

The wild winds howl.

6. Licentious; ungoverned; as wild passions.

Valor grown wild by pride--

7. Inconstant; mutable; fickle.

In the ruling passion, there also the wild are constant, and the cunning known.

8. Inordinate; loose.

A fop well dressd, extravagant and wild.

9. Uncouth; loose.

--What are these, so witherd, and so wild in their attire?

10. Irregular; disorderly; done without plan or order; as, to make wild work.
11. Not well digested; not framed according to the ordinary rules of reason; not being within the limits of probable practicability; imaginary; fanciful; as a wild project or scheme; wild speculations.
12. Exposed to the wind and sea; as a wild roadstead.
13. Made or found in the forest; as wild honey.

Wild is prefixed to the names of many plants, to distinguish them from such of the name as are cultivated in gardens, as wild basil, wild parsnep, wild carrot, wild olive, &.

WILD, n. A desert; an uninhabited and uncultivated tract or region; a forest or sandy desert; as the wilds of America; the wilds of Africa; the sandy wilds of Arabia.

Then Libya first, of all her moisture draind, became a barren waste, a wild of sand.

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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 'Wild'". "King James Dictionary".


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