KJV Dictionary Definition: fig
FIG, n. L. ficus; Heb.
1. The fruit of the fig tree, which is of a round or oblong shape, and a dark purplish color, with a pulp of a sweet taste. But the varieties are numerous; some being blue, others red, and others of a dark brown color.
2. The fig tree.
1. To insult with ficoes or contemptuous motions of the fingers. Little used.
2. To put something useless into one's head. Not used.