KJV Dictionary Definition: willow


WILLOW, n. L. A tree of the genus Salix. There are several species of willow, the white, the black, the purple or red, the sallow, and the broad leaved willow, &c. A species called the weeping willow, has long and slender branches which droop and hang downward, the Salix Babylonica.


WILLOWED, a. Abounding with willows.