KJV Dictionary Definition: pilot


PI'LOT, n.

1. One who steers a ship in a dangerous navigation, or rather one whose office or occupation is to steer ships, particularly along a coast, or into and out of a harbor, bay or river, where navigation is dangerous.

2. A guide; a director of the course of another person. In colloquial use.

PI'LOT, v.t. To direct the course of a ship in any place where navigation is dangerous.


PI'LOTING, ppr. Steering; as a ship in dangerous navigation.

PI'LOTING, n. The act of steering a ship.