KJV Dictionary Definition: beckon


BECK'ON, v.t. bek'n. See Beck.

To make a sign to another, by nodding, winking, or a motion of the hand or finger, &c.,intended as a hint or intimation. Acts.19.

BECK'ON, v.t. bek'n. To make a significant sign to.


BECK'ONED, pp. Having a sign made to.


BECK'ONING, ppr. Making a significant sign, as a hint.