omer

omer (Oh´muhr)

1 A dry measure equaling one-tenth of an ephah (approx. three-fifths of a bushel). 2 The first sheaf of barley harvested in the spring, which was to be brought to the priest as an offering on the “day after the Sabbath” (Lev 23:9-15).

Lev 23:9-15

The Offering of First Fruits
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