KJV Dictionary Definition: double
DOUBLE, a. Dubl. L., Gr. See Two.
1. Two of a sort together; one corresponding to the other; being in pairs; as double chickens in the same egg; double leaves connected by one petiole.
2. Twice as much; containing the same quantity or length repeated.
Take double money in your hand. Genesis 53.
Let a double portion of thy spirit be on me. 2 Kings 2.
With to; as, the amount is double to what I expected.
3. Having one added to another; as a double chin.
4. Twofold; also, of two kinds.
Darkness and tempest make a double night.
5. Two in number; as double sight or sound. See No. 1.
6. Deceitful; acting two parts, one openly, the other in secret.
And with double heart do they speak. Psalm 12.
DOUBLE, adv. Dubl. Twice.
I was double their age.
DOUBLE, in composition, denotes, two ways, or twice the number or quantity.
DOUBLED, pp. Folded; increased by adding an equal quantity, sum or value; repeated; turned or passed round.
1. The state of being doubled.
DOUBLING, ppr. Making twice the sum, number or quantity; repeating; passing round; turning to escape.
DOUBLING, n. The act of making double; also, a fold; a plait; also, an artifice; a shift.