KJV Dictionary Definition: border
BORD'ER, n. The outer edge of any thing; the extreme part or surrounding line; the confine or exterior limit of a country, or of any region or tract of land; the exterior part or edge of a garment, or of the corol of plants; the rim or brim of a vessel, but not often applied to vessels; the exterior part of a garden, and hence a bank raised at the side of a garden, for the cultivation of flowers, and a row of plants; in short, the outer part or edge of things too numerous to be specified.
BORD'ER, v.i. To confine; to touch at the edge, side or end; to be contiguous or adjacent; with on or upon; as, Connecticut on the north borders on or upon Massachusetts.
1. To approach near to.
Wit, which borders upon profaneness, deserves to be branded as folly.
BORD'ER, v.t. To make a border; to adorn with a border of ornaments; as, to border a garment or a garden.
1. To reach to; to touch at the edge or end; to confine upon; to be contiguous to.
Sheba and Raamah border the Persian gulf.
2. To confine within bounds; to limit. Not used.
BORD'ERED, pp. Adorned or furnished with a border.
BORD'ERER, n. One who dwells on a border, or at the extreme part or confines of a country, region or tract of land; one who dwells near to a place.
BORD'ERING, ppr. Lying adjacent to; forming a border.