What does Heave Offering mean in the Bible?

Greek / Hebrew Translation Occurance
תְּרוּמַ֣ת contribution 6
תְרוּמָ֖ה contribution 3
הַתְּרוּמָ֗ה contribution 2
וּתְרוּמַ֥ת contribution 1
הַתְּרוּמָ֔ה contribution 1
וּתְרוּמָ֞ה contribution 1
תְּרוּמָתָ֖ם contribution 1
הַתְּרוּמָ֞ה contribution 1
תְּרוּמָ֖ה contribution 1
תְרוּמָ֑ה contribution 1
כִּתְרוּמַ֣ת contribution 1
תְּרוּמָ֑ה contribution 1
תְּרוּמָ֔ה contribution 1
תְּרוּמַתְכֶ֑ם contribution 1
תְּרוּמַ֥ת contribution 1
הַתְּרוּמָ֑ה contribution 1

Definitions Related to Heave Offering

H8641


   1 contribution, offering.
      1a a Heave Offering.
      1b any offering.
      1c an offering to God.
      1d an offering (of grain, money, etc).
      1e contribution.
      

Frequency of Heave Offering (original languages)

Frequency of Heave Offering (English)

Dictionary

Holman Bible Dictionary - Heave Offering
In Exodus 29:27-28 , the portion of an offering or sacrifice that was set apart and reserved for Yahweh and for the priests. The priests were to eat their portions of the offerings of the people in a clear place. See Sacrifice and Offerings.
Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible - Heave-Offering
HEAVE-OFFERING . See Sacrifice and Offering.
Baker's Evangelical Dictionary of Biblical Theology - Heave Offering
See Offerings and Sacrifices
Webster's Dictionary - Heave Offering
An offering or oblation heaved up or elevated before the altar, as the shoulder of the peace offering. See Wave offering.
Morrish Bible Dictionary - Heave Offering
See OFFERINGS.

Sentence search

Firstfruits - A cake of the first dough baked was to be a Heave Offering (Numbers 15:19; Numbers 15:21)
Offering - ...
Heave Offering Numbers 18:24 (c) This is a type of that which is offered to the Lord of our gifts, talents, activities, etc
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Terûmâh (תְּרֻמָה, Strong's #8641), “heave offering; offering; oblation. ”...
In more than a third of its occurrences in the text, the KJV translates terûmâh as “heave offering,” all of these instances being found in Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers (where the majority are found), and Deuteronomy. 15:20: “Ye shall offer up a cake of the first of your dough for a Heave Offering: as ye do the Heave Offering of the threshing floor, so shall ye heave it. And of it he shall offer one out of the whole oblation for a Heave Offering unto the Lord, and it shall be the priest’s that sprinkleth the blood of the peace offerings” ( Heave Offering of the sacrifices of your peace offerings” (
Offerings, the - ' Translated Heave Offering. The right shoulder was a Heave Offering, and was for the offering priest. The breast of the ram was also waved for a wave offering before the Lord, and the shoulder was heaved up for a Heave Offering; these were eaten by Aaron and his sons. Of the peace offerings, the breast was always a wave offering, and the right shoulder a Heave Offering, and were for the priests
Sacrifice And Offering - ...
Two other significant terms may be taken together, namely, the Heave Offering and the wave offering . ]'>[3] ), or ‘the thigh of the Heave Offering’ ( Exodus 29:27 f. ‘Heave offering’ accordingly in the sacrificial terminology is the equivalent of ‘priest’s portion’ (cf
Statute, Ordinance - 47:22), even as God permitted a part of the sacrifice to be enjoyed by the priests: “And it shall be Aaron’s and his sons’ [3] for ever from the children of Israel: for it is a Heave Offering …” ( Head - Sometimes this word represents the “first part” of an offering: “Ye shall offer up a cake of the first of your dough for a Heave Offering …” ( Law of Moses - ( Exodus 30:12-16 ) All spoil in war to be halved; of the combatants' half, one five-hundreth, of the people's, one fiftieth, to be paid for a "heave offering" to Jehovah. ( Numbers 18:20-24 ) (Of this one tenth to be paid as a Heave Offering for maintenance of the priests
Sacrifice - The Heave Offering (terumah ) was lifted upward once; applied to all the gifts for the construction of the tabernacle
Offerings And Sacrifices - The latter derives from the Hebrew verb "to raise up" and for that reason is called a "heave offering" in some English versions (cf