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Verb: harvest  haa(r)-vist
  1. Gather, as of natural products
    "harvest the grapes";
    - reap, glean [archaic]
  2. Remove from a culture or a living or dead body, as for the purposes of transplantation
    "Should one harvest organs from dead people for transplants?"
Noun: harvest  haa(r)-vist
  1. The yield from plants in a single growing season
    - crop
  2. The consequence of an effort or activity
    "they gathered a harvest of examples"; "a harvest of love"
  3. The gathering of a ripened crop
    - harvesting, harvest home
  4. The season for gathering crops
    - harvest time

Derived forms: harvested, harvesting, harvests

Type of: collect, consequence, effect, event, garner, gather, gathering, issue, outcome, output, pull together, remove, result, season, take, take away, time of year, upshot, withdraw, yield

Part of: agriculture, farming, husbandry

Encyclopedia: Harvest, Alabama