KJV Dictionary Definition: liquor


LIQ'UOR, n. lik'or L. liquor.

A liquid or fluid substance. See Liquid. Liquor is a word of general signification, extending to water, milk, blood, say, juice, &c.; but its most common application is to spirituous fluids, whether distilled or fermented, to decoctions, solutions, tinctures.

LIQ'UOR, v.t. To moisten; to drench. Little used.