KJV Dictionary Definition: vale


VALE, n. L. vallis; Eng. to fall.

1. A tract of low ground or of land between hills; a valley. Vale is used in poetry, and valley in prose and common discourse.

In those fair vales, by nature form'd to please.

2. A little trough or canal; as a pump vale to carry off the water from a ship's pump.

3. Vales, money given to servants. avails. Not used in America.