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In Judaism, a sheaf of corn or omer of grain presented as an offering on the second day of Passover; the period of 49 days between this day and Pentecost. The name comes from Hebrew ῾ōmer, an ancient Hebrew dry measure, the tenth part of an ephah.

Subjects: Judaism and Jewish Studies.

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