‘ōmera, n., (Bib.). Homer (a Hebrew measure of capacity).
Kua oko atura au iaia naku, i te au ario okotai ngauru ma rima ra, e tetai omera kerite, e te afa omera kerite.
So I proceeded to buy her for myself for fifteen pieces of silver, and a homer of barley, and half a homer of barley (Hos. 3.2). [Heb. chomer.]