(be filled with) drink (abundantly), (be, make) drunk(-en), be merry

Boyd’s Bible Dictionary:

Use of, not uncommon among Hebrews (Gen. 9:21; 19:34-35; Psa. 107:27; Isa. 24:20; 49:26; 51:17-22; John 2:1-11); but under prohibitions (Prov. 20:1; Isa. 5:11).

“Banquet” From Concise Bible Dictionary:

1. karah, “to prepare, provide” (Job 41:6).
2. mirzach, “a banquet” (Amos 6:7).
3. mishteh, from “to drink, to banquet” (Esther 5:4-14; Esther 6:14; Esther 7:1-8; Dan. 5:10).

“Drunkenness” From Concise Bible Dictionary:

One of the common sins of mankind. We read of it as early as Noah (Gen. 9:21). Its grave character is shown in the New Testament by the drunkard being classed along with fornicators, thieves, idolaters, etc., and the declaration that no drunkard shall inherit the kingdom of God (1 Cor. 5:11; 1 Cor. 6:10).

Strong’s Dictionary of Hebrew Words:

a primitive root; to become tipsy; in a qualified sense, to satiate with a stimulating drink or (figuratively) influence
KJV Usage:
(be filled with) drink (abundantly), (be, make) drunk(-en), be merry. (Superlative of 8248.)