Pronunciation: (tes'tu-munt),[key] —n. 1. Law. a. a will, esp. one that relates to the disposition of one's personal property.
b. will2 (def. 8).
2. either of the two major portions of the Bible: the Mosaic or old covenant or dispensation, or the Christian or new covenant or dispensation.
3. (cap.) the New Testament, as distinct from the Old Testament.
4. (cap.) a copy of the New Testament.
5. a covenant, esp. between God and humans.