KJV Dictionary Definition: gutter
GUT'TER, n. L. gutta, a drop.
1. A channel for water; a hollow piece of timber, or a pipe, for catching and conveying off the water which drops from the eaves of a building.
2. A channel or passage for water; a hollow in the earth for conveying water; and,in popular usage, a channel worn in the earth by a current of water.
GUT'TER, v.t. To cut or form into small hollows.
GUT'TER, v.i. To be hollowed or channeled.
1. To run or sweat as a candle.