Meaning of Sheaf
What is Sheaf:
Sheaf is a group of people with a suspicious reputation or a neat group of plants such as reeds, branches or herbs.
Sheaf does not have a definite origin but it is suspected that it derives from Latin cavella which means "hole between the hands" more similar to the Italian word covone.
Sheaf in the sense of a group of people generally of dubious reputation is synonymous with bandits, rabble or gang.
In Christian rites the sheaf is mentioned many times, which generally refers to an ordered set of wheat larger than a bundle and smaller than a bundle. In some countries they also call the Feast of Pentecost as the Feast of the Sheaf of Wheat.