KJV Dictionary Definition: diver
1. One who dives; one who plunges head first into water; one who sinks by effort; as a diver in the pearl fishery.
2. One who goes deep into a subject, or enters deep into study.
3. A fowl, so called from diving. The name is given to several species of the genus Colymbus.
DIVERS, a. S as z. L., to turn.
1. Different; various.
Thou shalt not sow thy fields with divers seeds. Deuteronomy 21.
Nor let thy cattle gender with divers kinds. Leviticus 19.
This is now generally written diverse.
2. Several; sundry; more than one, but not a great number. We have divers examples of this kind. This word is not obsolete even in common discourse, and is much used in law proceedings.