(NZ) a group of itinerant workers who contract to shear, class, and bale a farmer’s wool clip
(2 Kings 10:12, 14; marg., “house of shepherds binding sheep.” R.V., “the shearing-house of the shepherds;” marg., “house of gathering”), some place between Samaria and Jezreel, where Jehu slew “two and forty men” of the royal family of Judah. The Heb. word Beth-eked so rendered is supposed by some to be a proper name.
- Shearing shed
noun 1. (NZ) a farm building equipped with power machinery for sheepshearing and equipment for baling wool Also called woolshed
noun, Physics. 1. a coefficient of elasticity of a substance, expressing the ratio between the force per unit area (shearing stress) that laterally deforms the substance and the shear (shearing strain) that is produced by this force. shear stress or shearing stress noun, Physics. 1. the external force acting on an object or surface parallel […]
a remnant shall escape or return (i.e., to God), a symbolical name which the prophet Isaiah gave to his son (Isa. 7:3), perhaps his eldest son.