KJV Dictionary Definition: brown
BROWN, a. Dusky; of a dark or dusky color, inclining to redness; but the shades are various, as Spanish brown, London brown, clove brown, tawny brown. Brown results from a mixture of red, black and yellow.
BROWN, v.t. To make brown or dusky.
A trembling twilight o'er the welkin moves,
Browns the dim void, and darkens deep the groves.
BROWN'NESS, n. A brown color.