KJV Dictionary Definition: sickle


SICKLE, n. Gr. Vaiclh, Vagclon; L. sicula, from the root of seco, to cut. A reaping hook; a hooked instrument with teeth; used for cutting grain. Thou shalt not move a sickle to thy neighbor's standing corn. Deut. 23.


SICK'LED, a. Furnished with a sickle.