Webster's Dictionary 
(1): ( v. t.) To sift, as pieces of ore or metal, in order to separate the finer from the coarser parts.
(2): ( n.) An instrument consisting of a number of perforated gauges fastened together at one end by a rivet, - used for ascertaining the size of pearls.
(3): ( v. i.) To order food or drink from the buttery; hence, to enter a score, as upon the buttery book.
(4): ( v. i.) To take greater size; to increase in size.
(5): ( v. t.) To bring or adjust anything exactly to a required dimension, as by cutting.
(6): ( v. t.) To swell; to increase the bulk of.
(7): ( v. t.) To take the height of men, in order to place them in the ranks according to their stature.
(8): ( v. t.) To adjust or arrange according to size or bulk.
(9): ( v. t.) To fix the standard of.
(10): ( n.) Six.
(11): ( n.) A conventional relative measure of dimension, as for shoes, gloves, and other articles made up for sale.
(12): ( n.) Figurative bulk; condition as to rank, ability, character, etc.; as, the office demands a man of larger size.
(13): ( n.) Extent of superficies or volume; bulk; bigness; magnitude; as, the size of a tree or of a mast; the size of a ship or of a rock.
(14): ( n.) An allowance of food and drink from the buttery, aside from the regular dinner at commons; - corresponding to battel at Oxford.
(15): ( n.) A settled quantity or allowance. See Assize.
(16): ( v. t.) To cover with size; to prepare with size.
(17): ( v. i.) Any viscous substance, as gilder's varnish.
(18): ( v. i.) A thin, weak glue used in various trades, as in painting, bookbinding, paper making, etc.
King James Dictionary 
1. Bulk bigness magnitude extent of superficies. Size particularly expresses thickness as the size of a tree or of a mast the size of a ship or of a rock. A man may be tall, with little size of body. 2. A settled quantity of allowance. contracted from assize. 3. Figurative bulk condition as to rank and character as men of less size and quality. Not much used.