KJV Dictionary Definition: goad


GOAD,n. A pointed instrument used to stimulate a beast to move faster.

GOAD, v.t. To prick; to drive with a goad.

1. To incite; to stimulate; to instigate; to urge forward, or to rouse by any thing pungent, severe, irritating or inflaming. He was goaded by sarcastic remarks or by abuse; goaded by desire or other passion.


GOADED, pp. Pricked; pushed on by a goad; instigated.


GOADING, ppr. Pricking; driving with a goad; inciting; urging on; rousing.