verb (used with object), sheaved, sheaving.
to gather, collect, or bind into a sheaf or sheaves.
a pulley for hoisting or hauling, having a grooved rim for retaining a wire rope.
a wheel with a grooved rim, for transmitting force to a cable or belt.
(transitive) to gather or bind into sheaves
a wheel with a grooved rim, esp one used as a pulley
noun 1. plural of sheaf. noun 1. plural of sheave2 . noun, plural sheaves. 1. one of the bundles in which cereal plants, as wheat, rye, etc., are bound after reaping. 2. any bundle, cluster, or collection: a sheaf of papers. verb (used with object) 3. to bind (something) into a sheaf or sheaves. verb […]
noun, Bible. 1. Queen of, the queen who visited Solomon to test his wisdom. I Kings 10:1–13. 2. Biblical name of Saba (def 2). noun 1. Also called Saba. the ancient kingdom of the Sabeans: a rich trading nation dealing in gold, spices, and precious stones (I Kings 10) 2. the region inhabited by this […]
noun 1. Informal. the structure of something, as of an organization, contrivance, or affair: The whole shebang fell apart when the chairman quit. 2. a primitive dwelling; shack; shanty. noun (slang) 1. a situation, matter, or affair (esp in the phrase the whole shebang) 2. a hut or shack operating system (Or “shebang line”, “bang […]
whom Jehovah hides, or has made grow up. (1.) A Levite appointed to blow the trumpet before the ark of God (1 Chr. 15:24). (2.) Another Levite (Neh. 9:4, 5). (3.) A priest (Neh. 10:12). (4.) A Levite (Neh. 10:4).
breaks; ruins, a place near Ai (Josh. 7:5; R.V. marg., “the quarries”).