KJV Dictionary Definition: kite
KITE, n. A rapacious fowl of the genus Falco or hawk, remarkable for gliding through the air without frequently moving its wings; hence called glide.
1. A name of reproach, denoting rapacity.
2. A light frame of wood and paper constructed for flying in the air for the amusement of boys.
KITE, n. In the north of England, the belly.