KJV Dictionary Definition: lee
LEE, n. plu. less. Dregs; sediment. See Lees.
Literally, a calm or sheltered place, a place defended from the wind; hence, that part of the hemisphers towards which the wind blows, as opposed to that from which it proceeds.
Under the lee, denotes properly, in the part defended from the wind.
Under the lee of the land, is properly, near the shore which breaks the force of the wind.
Under the lee of a ship, on the side opposite to that on which the wind blows.
LEE, v.i. To lie. Not used. See Lie.
The grosser parts of any liquor which have settled on the bottom of a vessel; dregs; sediment; as the lees of wine.