KJV Dictionary Definition: bellow


BEL'LOW, v.i. L.balo.

1. To make a hollow, loud noise, as a bull; to make a loud outcry; to roar. In contempt, to vociferate or clamor.

2. To roar, as the sea in a tempest, or as the wind when violent; to make a loud, hollow, continued sound.

BEL'LOW, n. A loud outcry; roar.


BEL'LOWING, ppr. Making a loud hollow sound, as a bull, or as the roaring of billows.

BEL'LOWING, n. A loud hollow sound or roar.


BEL'LOWS, n. sing.and plu.L.bulga An instrument, utensil or machine for blowing fire, either in private dwellings or in forges, furnaces and shops. It is so formed as by being dilated and contracted, to inhale air by a lateral orifice which is opened and closed with a valve, and to propel it through a tube upon the fire.