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King James Dictionary
SALU'TE, L. saluto salus or salvus.
1. To greet to hail to address with expressions of kind wishes.
If ye salute your brethren only, what do ye more than others? Matthew 5 .
2. To please to gratify. Unusual.
3. To kiss.
4. In military and naval affairs, to honor some person or nation by a discharge of cannon or small arms, by striking colors, by shouts, &c.
1. The act of expressing kind wishes or respect salutation greeting.
2. A kiss.
3. In military affairs, a discharge of cannon or small arms in honor of some distinguished personage. A salute is sometimes performed by lowering the colors or beating the drums. The officers also salute each other by bowing their half pikes.
4. In the navy, a testimony of respect or deference rendered by the ships of one nation to the ships of another, or by ships of the same nation to a superior or equal. This is performed by a discharge of cannon, volleys of small arms, striking the colors or top-sails, or by shouts of the seamen mounted on the masts or rigging. When two squadrons meet, the two chiefs only are to exchange salutes.
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Entry for 'Salute'. King James Dictionary. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/kjd/s/salute.html.