KJV Dictionary Definition: vial
VI'AL, n. L. phiala. A phial; a small bottle of thin glass, used particularly by apothecaries and druggists.
Samuel took a vial of oil, and poured it on his head.
Vials of God's wrath, in Scripture, are the execution of his wrath upon the wicked for their sins. Rev. 16.
VI'AL, v.t. To put in a vial.