KJV Dictionary Definition: gnash
GNASH, v.t. nash. To strike the teeth together, as in anger or pain; as, to gnash the teeth in rage.
GNASH, v.i. nash. To grind the teeth.
He shall gnash with his teeth and melt away. Ps.112.
1. To rage even to collision with the teeth; to growl.
They gnashed on me with their teeth. Ps.35.
GNASH'ING, ppr. nash'ing. Striking the teeth together, as in anger, rage or pain.
GNASH'ING, n. nash'ing. A grinding or striking of the teeth in rage or anguish.
There shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth. Matt.8.