KJV Dictionary Definition: furnish
FUR'NISH, v.t. There is a close affinity, in sense and elements, between furnish, garnish, and the L. orno, which may have been forno or horno. We see in furlow, above the f is lost in three of the languages, and it may be so in orno. The primary sense is to put on, or to set on.
1. To supply with any thing wanted or necessary; as, to furnish a family with provisions; to furnish arms for defense; to furnish a table; to furnish a library; to furnish one with money or implements.
2. To supply; to store; as, to furnish the mind with ideas; to furnish one with knowledge or principles.
3. To fit up; to supply with the proper goods, vessels or ornamental appendages; as, to furnish a house or a room.
4. To equip; to fit for an expedition; to supply.
FUR'NISHED, a. Supplied; garnished; fitted with necessaries.
FUR'NISHER, n. One who supplies or fits out.
FUR'NISHING, ppr. Supplying; fitting; garnishing.