|Noah Webster's Dictionary|
1. (n.) An implement consisting of a broad scoop, or more or less hollow blade, with a handle, used for lifting and throwing earth, coal, grain, or other loose substances.
2. (v. t.) To take up and throw with a shovel; as, to shovel earth into a heap, or into a cart, or out of a pit.
3. (v. t.) To gather up as with a shovel.
Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia
(1) rachath, is a wooden shovel used on the threshing-floor for winnowing the grain (Isaiah 30:24).
(2) ya`, is used in various passages to indicate some instrument employed to carry away ashes from the altar (Exodus 27:3; Exodus 38:3 Numbers 4:14 1 Kings 7:40, 45 2 Kings 25:14 2 Chronicles 4:11, 16 Jeremiah 52:18). It was very likely a small shovel like those used in connection with modern fireplaces for cleaning away the ashes (compare Hebrew ya`ah, "to sweep away") or for carrying live coals to start a new fire.
(3) yathedh (Deuteronomy 23:13 the Revised Version margin)
James A. Patch
Shovel (3 Occurrences)
Luke 3:17 His winnowing-shovel is in His hand to clear out His threshing-floor, and to gather the wheat into His storehouse; but the chaff He will burn up in fire unquenchable." (WEY YLT)
Deuteronomy 23:13 And thou shalt have a shovel amongst thy weapons, and it shall be, when thou sittest down abroad, thou shalt dig therewith, and shalt turn back and cover that which is come from thee. (DBY)
Isaiah 30:24 The oxen likewise and the young donkeys that till the ground will eat savory provender, which has been winnowed with the shovel and with the fork. (WEB KJV JPS ASV DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)