KJV Dictionary Definition: bray


BRAY, v.t.

1. To pound, beat or grind small; as, to bray a fool in a mortar. Prov.27.

2. To make a harsh sound, as of an ass.

3. To make a harsh,disagreeable grating sound.

BRAY, n. The harsh sound or roar of an ass; a harsh grating sound.

1. Shelving ground.

BRAY, n. A bank or mound of earth.


BRA'YING, ppr. Pounding or grinding small; roaring.

BRA'YING, n. Roar; noise; clamor.