KJV Dictionary Definition: speckle


SPECK'LE, n. A little spot in any thing, of a different substance or color from that of the thing itself.

SPECK'LE, v.t. To mark with small spots of a different color; used chiefly in the participle passive, which see.


SPECK'LED, pp. or a. Marked with specks; variegated with spots of a different color from the ground or surface of the object; as the speckled breast of a bird; a speckled serpent.


SPECK'LING, ppr. Marking with small spots.