KJV Dictionary Definition: ornament
OR'NAMENT, n. L. ornamentum, from orno, to adorn. Varro informs us that this was primitively osnamentum; but this is improbable. See Adorn.
1. That which embellishes; something which, added to another thing, renders it more beautiful to the eye.
The chains, and the bracelets, and the mufflers, the bonnets and the ornaments of the legs - Is. 3.
2. In architecture, ornaments are sculpture or carved work.
3. Embellishment; decoration; additional beauty.
- The ornament of a meek and quiet spirit which is in the sight of God of great price. 1Peter 3.
OR'NAMENT, v.t. To adorn; to deck; to embellish.
ORNAMENT'AL, a. Serving to decorate; giving additional beauty; embellishing.
Some think it most ornamental to wear their bracelets on their wrists; others about their ankles.
ORNAMENT'ALLY, adv. In such a manner as to add embellishment.
OR'NAMENTED, pp. Decorated; embellished; beautified.
OR'NAMENTING, ppr. Decorating; embellishing.