KJV Dictionary Definition: stout
1. Strong; lusty.
A stouter champion never handled sword.
2. Bold; intrepid; valiant; brave.
He lost the character of a bold, stout, magnanimous man.
3. Large; bulky. A popular use of the word.
4. Proud; resolute; obstinate.
The lords all stand to clear their cause, most resolutely stout.
5. Strong; firm; as a stout vessel.
STOUT, n. A cant name for strong beer.
1. Strength; bulk.
2. Boldness; fortitude.
3. Obstinacy; stubbornness.