aletho

ἀλήθουσαι [2 verses] (part pl pres act fem nom) "Grind" is from aletho, which is a form of aleo, which means "to grind," "to bruise," and "to mill."  - The Greek verb translated as "two women shall be grinding" is from a verb that means "to grind" and "to mill." It is in the form of an adjective, "grinding," in the feminine word form (hence "woman") and in the present tense, not the future.

Word Type: 

verb

Number Verses: 

2