|Noah Webster's Dictionary|
1. (n.) That which is agreeable to the senses or delightful; as, a delicacy of flavor.
2. (a.) Nicety or fineness of form, texture, or constitution; softness; elegance; smoothness; tenderness; and hence, frailty or weakness; as, the delicacy of a fiber or a thread; delicacy of a hand or of the human form; delicacy of the skin; delicacy of frame.
3. (a.) Nice propriety of manners or conduct; susceptibility or tenderness of feeling; refinement; fastidiousness; and hence, in an exaggerated sense, effeminacy; as, great delicacy of behavior; delicacy in doing a kindness; delicacy of character that unfits for earnest action.
4. (a.) Addiction to pleasure; luxury; daintiness; indulgence; luxurious or voluptuous treatment.
5. (a.) Nice and refined perception and discrimination; critical niceness; fastidious accuracy.
6. (n.) The state of being affected by slight causes; sensitiveness; as, the delicacy of a chemist's balance.
7. (a.) That which is alluring, delicate, or refined; a luxury or pleasure; something pleasant to the senses, especially to the sense of taste; a dainty; as, delicacies of the table.
8. (a.) Pleasure; gratification; delight.
Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia
del'-i-ka-si (to strenos): Found only in Revelation 18:3, King James Version: "The merchants of the earth are waxed rich through the abundance of her delicacies." the Revised Version (British and American) has very properly changed delicacies to "wantonness," and "luxury" in the margin, which is much nearer to the original.
Delicacy (1 Occurrence)
Song of Songs 7:13 The mandrakes give out a sweet smell, and at our doors are all sorts of good fruits, new and old, which I have kept for my loved one. (See NIV)