KJV Dictionary Definition: cellar


CELLAR, n. A room under a house or other building, used as a repository of liquors, provisions, and other stores for a family.


CELLARIST, CELLARER, n. An officer in a monastery who has the care of the cellar, or the charge of procuring and keeping the provisions; also, an officer in chapters, who has the care of the temporals, and particularly of distributing bread, wine, and money to canons, an account of their attendance in the choir.