KJV Dictionary Definition: white
WHITE, a. G.
1. Being in the color of pure snow; snowy; not dark; as white paper; a white skin.
2. Pale; destitute of color in the cheeks, or of the tinge of blood color; as white with fear.
3. Having the color of purity; pure; clean; free from spot; as white robed innocence.
4. Gray; as white hair; a venerable man, white with age.
5. Pure; unblemished.
No whiter page than Addisons remains.
6. In a scriptural sense, purified from sin; sanctified. Psalm 51.
WHITED, pp. Made white; whitened.
WHITELY, adv. Coming near to white. Not used.
1. The state of being white; white color, or freedom from any darkness or obscurity on the surface.
2. Paleness; want of a sanguineous tinge in the face.
3. Purity; cleanness; freedom from stain or blemish.
WHITES, n. The fluor albus, a disease of females.
WHITING, n. from white.
1. A small sea fish, the Asellus mollis or albus, a species of Gadus.
2. The same as Spanish white, which see.