faint [-er, -est] adj
OFr feint, sluggish, cowardly.
- Weak; feeble; languid; stripped of power; (see Genesis 25:29).
- Hardly visible; not bright or vivid; weak color.
- Unlikely; indefinite; small probability of occurring.
- Hallow; muted; weak or empty sound; not loud.
- Life fading out as approaching death; lost in another world.
- Humble; unapparent; hardly perceptible; not obvious.
see faint, adj.
- Quietly; delicately; discreetly; almost invisibly.
faint [-ed, -ing, -s] v
Fr. faner, to fade, whither, decay.
- Adore; worship; fall on knees to exalt; (see Psalms m119:81).
- Lose heart, courage, or spirit; (see Revelation 2:3).
- Swoon; lose strength and color; (see Amos 8:13).