King James Dictionary
1. To wash the body, or some part of it, by immersion, as in a bath it often differs from ordinary washing in a longer application of water, to the body or to a particular part, as for the purpose of cleansing or stimulating the skin.
2. To wash or moisten, for the purpose of making soft and supple, or for cleansing, as a wound.
3. To moisten or suffuse with a liquid as, to bathe in tears or blood.
BATHE, To be or lie in a bath to be in water, or in other liquid, or to be immersed in a fluid, as in a bath as, to bathe in fiery floods.
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Entry for 'Bathe'. King James Dictionary. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/kjd/b/bathe.html.