noun, plural sheaves.
one of the bundles in which cereal plants, as wheat, rye, etc., are bound after reaping.
any bundle, cluster, or collection:
a sheaf of papers.
verb (used with object)
to bind (something) into a sheaf or sheaves.
noun (pl) sheaves (ʃiːvz)
a bundle of reaped but unthreshed corn tied with one or two bonds
a bundle of objects tied together
the arrows contained in a quiver
(transitive) to bind or tie into a sheaf
noun, Scot. 1. shieling. noun, Scot. 1. a pasture or grazing ground. 2. a shepherd’s or herdsman’s hut or rough shelter on or near a grazing ground. noun (mainly Scot) 1. a rough, sometimes temporary, hut or shelter used by people tending cattle on high or remote ground 2. pasture land for the grazing of […]
asked for of God, father of Zerubbabel (Ezra 3:2, 8; Neh. 12:1).
noun 1. the seed of the shea tree and the source of shea butter.
verb (used with object), sheared, sheared or shorn, shearing. 1. to cut (something). 2. to remove by or as if by cutting or clipping with a sharp instrument: to shear wool from sheep. 3. to cut or clip the hair, fleece, wool, etc., from: to shear sheep. 4. to strip or deprive (usually followed by […]