KJV Dictionary Definition: twine
1. To twist; to wind, as one thread or cord around another, or as any flexible substance around another, or as any flexible substance around another body; as fine twined linen. Ex.39.
2. To unite closely; to cling to; to embrace.
3. To gird; to wrap closely about.
Let wreaths of triumph now my temples twine.
TWINE, v.i. To unite closely, or by interposition of parts.
Friends now fast sworn, who twine in love--
1. To wind; to bend; to make turns.
As rivers, though they bend and twine--
2. To turn round; as,her spindles twine.
TWINE, n. A strong thread composed of two or three smaller threads or strands twisted together; used for binding small parcels, and for sewing sails to their bolt-ropes, &c. Twine of a stronger kind is used for nets.
1. A twist; a convolution; as Typhon's snaky twine.
2. Embrace; act of winding round.
TWI'NED, pp. Twisted; wound round.
TWI'NING, ppr. Twisting; winding round; uniting closely to; embracing.
1. In botany, ascending spirally around a branch, stem or prop.