amir: a swath, row of fallen grainOriginal Word: עָמִירPart of Speech:
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
from the same as omerDefinition
a swath, row of fallen grainNASB Translation
sheaf (1), sheaves (3).
Brown-Driver-Briggs עָמִיר noun [masculine] swath, row of fallen grain
, as Mishna, according to Vogelstl.c. 74 f.
(who is then compelled to read עֹמֶר Micah 4:12
), compare Syriac grass
, SchwIdioticon 69
); — Amos 2:13
(on cart), Jeremiah 9:21
(falling behind reaper), Micah 4:12
(brought to threshing-floor), Zechariah 12:6
From amar; a bunch of grain -- handful, sheaf.
see HEBREW amar