KJV Dictionary Definition: seethe


SEETHE, v. t. pret. seethed, sod; pp. seethed, sodden. Heb. to seethe, to boil, to swell, to be inflated. To boil; to decoct or prepare for food in hot liquor; as, to seethe flesh.

Thou shalt not seethe a kid in its mother's milk. Ex. 23.

SEETHE, v. i. To be in a state of ebullition; to be hot. This word is rarely used in the common concerns of life.


SEE'THED, pp. Boiled; decoated.


SEE'THING, ppr. Boiling; decoating.