KJV Dictionary Definition: ghost
GHOST, n. See Ghastly.
1. Spirit; the soul of man.
In this sense seldom used. But hence,
2. The soul of a deceased person; the soul or spirit separate from the body; an apparition.
The mighty ghosts of our great Harrys rose.
To give up the ghost, is to die; to yield up the breath or spirit; to expire.
The Holy Ghost, is the third person in the adorable Trinity.
GHOST, v.i. To die; to expire.
GHOST, v.t. To haunt with an apparition.