KJV Dictionary Definition: flay
FLAY, v.t. Gr. whence bark, rind; probably a contracted word.
1. To skin; to strip off the skin of an animal; as, to flay an ox.
2. To take off the skin or surface of any thing. Not used.
FLA'YED, pp. Skinned; stripped of the skin.
FLA'YING, ppr. Stripping off the skin.