KJV Dictionary Definition: travail


TRAV'AIL, v.i. L. trans, over, beyond, and mael, work; Eng. moil.

1. To labor with pain; to toil.

2. To suffer the pangs of childbirth; to be in labor. Gen.35.

TRAV'AIL, v.t. To harass; to tire; as troubles sufficient to travail the realm. Not in use.

TRAV'AIL, n. Labor with pain; severe toil.

As every thing of price, so doth this require travail.

1. Labor in childbirth; as a severe travail; an easy travail.


TRAV'AILING, ppr. Laboring with toil; laboring in childbirth. Is.42.