KJV Dictionary Definition: wagon
1. A vehicle moved on four wheels, and usually drawn by horses; used for the transportation of heavy commodities. In America, light wagons are used for the conveyance of families, and for carrying light commodities to market, particulary a very light kind drawn by one horse.
2. A chariot. Not in use.
WAGON, v.t. To transport in a wagon. Goods are wagoned from London to the interior.
WAGON, v.i. To practice the transportation of goods in a wagon. The man wagons between Philadelphia and Pittsburg.
1. One who conducts a wagon.
2. A constellation, Charles wain.
WAGONING, ppr. Transporting in a wagon.
WAGONING, n. The business of transporting in a wagon.