KJV Dictionary Definition: frog


FROG, n. L. rana, from the root of rend, from its broken shape, or from leaping, or its fragor or hoarse voice.

1. An amphibious animal of the genus Rana, with four feet, a naked body, and without a tail. It is remarkable for swimming with rapidity, and for taking large leaps on land. Frogs lie torpid during winter.

2. In farriery. See Frush.