|Noah Webster's Dictionary|
1. (n.) That which cuts off or shortens, as a nearer passage or road.
2. (n.) The valve gearing or mechanism by which steam is cut off from entering the cylinder of a steam engine after a definite point in a stroke, so as to allow the remainder of the stroke to be made by the expansive force of the steam already let in. See Expansion gear, under Expansion.
3. (n.) Any device for stopping or changing a current, as of grain or water in a spout.
Cut-off (2 Occurrences)
Job 14:8 Though its root may be old in the earth, and its cut-off end may be dead in the dust; (BBE)
Ezekiel 27:32 And lifted up for thee have their sons a lamentation, And they have lamented over thee, who 'is' as Tyre? As the cut-off one in the midst of the sea? (YLT)