KJV Dictionary Definition: perjure
PERJURE, v.t. per'jur. L. perjuro; per and juro, to swear; that is, to swear aside or beyond. Willfully to make a false oath when administered by lawful authority or in a court of justice; to forswear; as, the witness perjured himself.
PER'JURED, pp. Guilty of perjury; having sworn falsely.
PER'JURER, n. One that willfully takes a false oath lawfully administered.
PER'JURING, ppr. Taking a false oath lawfully administered.