KJV Dictionary Definition: dew


DEW, n. G. To thaw. The water or moisture collected or deposited on or near the surface of the earth, during the night, by the escape of the heat which held the water in solution.

DEW, v.t To wet with dew; to moisten.


DEWED, pp. Moistened with dew.


DEWING, ppr. Wetting or moistening the dew.