KJV Dictionary Definition: transfiguration
1. A change of form; particularly, the supernatural change in the personal appearance of our Savior on the mount.
See Matt. 17.
2. A feast held by the Romish church on the 6th of August, in commemoration of the miraculous change above mentioned.
TRANSFIG'URE, v.t. L. trans and figura. To transform; to change the outward form or appearance.
--And was transfigured before them. Matt. 17.
TRANSFIG'URED, pp. Changed in form.
TRANSFIG'URING, ppr. Transforming; changing the external form.