5995. amir
Strong's Concordance
amir: a swath, row of fallen grain
Original Word: עָמִיר
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: amir
Phonetic Spelling: (aw-meer')
Definition: a swath, row of fallen grain
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from the same as omer
Definition
a swath, row of fallen grain
NASB Translation
sheaf (1), sheaves (3).

Brown-Driver-Briggs
עָמִיר noun [masculine] swath, row of fallen grain (hay, 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 (inflammable).

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
handful, sheaf

From amar; a bunch of grain -- handful, sheaf.

see HEBREW amar

Forms and Transliterations
בְּעָמִ֔יר בעמיר וּכְעָמִ֛יר וכעמיר כֶּעָמִ֥יר כעמיר עָמִֽיר׃ עמיר׃ ‘ā·mîr ‘āmîr aMir bə‘āmîr bə·‘ā·mîr beaMir ke‘āmîr ke·‘ā·mîr keaMir ū·ḵə·‘ā·mîr ucheaMir ūḵə‘āmîr
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Jeremiah 9:22
HEB: פְּנֵ֣י הַשָּׂדֶ֑ה וּכְעָמִ֛יר מֵאַחֲרֵ֥י הַקֹּצֵ֖ר
NAS: field, And like the sheaf after
KJV: field, and as the handful after
INT: the open field the sheaf after the reaper

Amos 2:13
HEB: הַֽמְלֵאָ֥ה לָ֖הּ עָמִֽיר׃
NAS: when filled with sheaves.
KJV: is pressed [that is] full of sheaves.
INT: A wagon fruit sheaves

Micah 4:12
HEB: כִּ֥י קִבְּצָ֖ם כֶּעָמִ֥יר גֹּֽרְנָה׃
NAS: For He has gathered them like sheaves to the threshing floor.
KJV: for he shall gather them as the sheaves into the floor.
INT: for has gathered sheaves to the threshing

Zechariah 12:6
HEB: וּכְלַפִּ֥יד אֵשׁ֙ בְּעָמִ֔יר וְאָ֨כְל֜וּ עַל־
NAS: torch among sheaves, so they will consume
KJV: of fire in a sheaf; and they shall devour
INT: torch flaming sheaves will consume on

4 Occurrences

Strong's Hebrew 5995
4 Occurrences


‘ā·mîr — 1 Occ.
bə·‘ā·mîr — 1 Occ.
ke·‘ā·mîr — 1 Occ.
ū·ḵə·‘ā·mîr — 1 Occ.










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