Word Summary
oleloth: a gleaning
Original Word: עֹלֵלה
Transliteration: oleloth
Phonetic Spelling: (o-lay-law')
Part of Speech: Noun Feminine
Short Definition: a gleaning
Meaning: gleanings, gleaning-time
Strong's Concordance
gleaning of the grapes, grape-gleanings

Feminine active participle of alal; only in plural gleanings; by extens. Gleaning-time -- (gleaning) (of the) grapes, grapegleanings.

see HEBREW alal


H5955. oleloth

עוֺלֵלוֺתnoun feminine plural intensive gleaning (going over a second time); — gleaning (of grapes and olives; לֶקֶט‎ of grain), always figurative of remnant: absolute ׳עIsaiah 17:6 ("" זַיִת כְּנֹקֶף‎), 24:13 (simile; "" id., + בָּצִיר‎), Jeremiah 49:9 (compare בֹּצְרִים‎ va) = Obadiah 5 (id.); construct בָּצִיר עֹלִלֹתMicah 7:1; figurative of warlike achievement אֶפְרַיִם עֹלְלוֺתJudges 8:2 (opposed to בָּצִיר‎).