KJV Dictionary Definition: scaffold


SCAF'FOLD, n. The last syllable is the L. fala.

1. Among builders, an assemblage or structure of timbers, boards or planks, erected by the wall of a building to support the workmen.

2. A temporary gallery or stage raised either for shows or spectators.

3. A stage or elevated platform for the execution of a criminal.

SCAF'FOLD, v.t. To furnish with a scaffold; to sustain; to uphold.



1. A frame or structure for support in an elevated place.

2. That which sustains; a frame; as the scaffolding of the body.

3. Temporary structure for support.

4. Materials for scaffolds.