KJV Dictionary Definition: pill


PILL, n. L. pila, a ball; pilula, a little ball.

1. In pharmacy, a medicine in the form of a little ball or small round mass, to be swallowed whole.

2. Any thing nauseous.

PILL, v.t. To rob; to plunder; to pillage, that is, to peel, to strip. See Peel, the same word in the proper English orthography.

PILL, v.i. To be peeled; to come off in flakes.

1. To rob. See Peel.