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.

FIG, v.t.

1. To insult with ficoes or contemptuous motions of the fingers. Little used.

2. To put something useless into one's head. Not used.