KJV Dictionary Definition: stammer
STAMMER, v.i. Literally, to stop in uttering syllables or words; to stutter; to hesitate or falter in speaking; and hence, to speak with stops and difficulty. Demosthenes is said to have stammered in speaking, and to have overcome the difficulty by persevering efforts.
STAMMER, v.t. To utter or pronounce with hesitation or imperfectly.
STAMMERER, n. One that stutters or hesitates in speaking.
1. Stopping or hesitating in the uttering of syllables and words; stuttering.
2. a. Apt to stammer.
STAMMERING, n. The act of stopping or hesitating in speaking; impediment in speech.
STAMMERINGLY, adv. With stops or hesitation in speaking.