|Noah Webster's Dictionary|
1. (p. p.) of Spell.
2. (v.) imp. & p. p. of Spell Spelled.
3. (n.) A species of grain (Triticum Spelta) much cultivated for food in Germany and Switzerland; -- called also German wheat.
4. (n.) Spelter.
5. (v. t. & i.) To split; to break; to spalt.
Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia
spelt (kuccemeth; olura, zea (Exodus 9:32, the King James Version "rye"; Isaiah 18:25, the King James Version "rye," margin "spelt"; Ezekiel 4:9, the King James Version "fitches" margin "spelt"; the Revised Version (British and American) adopts "spelt," influenced by the Septuagint, in all passages)): Spelt is the seed of Triticum spelta, a kind of wild wheat. Several writers would identify this kuccemeth with the Arabic kirsenneh (Vicia ervilia), a kind of vetch much used as camels' fodder.
Spelt (3 Occurrences)
Exodus 9:32 But the wheat and the spelt were not struck, for they had not grown up. (WEB JPS ASV DBY NAS RSV NIV)
Isaiah 28:25 When he has leveled its surface, doesn't he plant the dill, and scatter the cumin seed, and put in the wheat in rows, the barley in the appointed place, and the spelt in its place? (WEB JPS ASV BBE RSV NIV)
Ezekiel 4:9 Take for yourself also wheat, and barley, and beans, and lentils, and millet, and spelt, and put them in one vessel, and make bread of it; according to the number of the days that you shall lie on your side, even three hundred ninety days, you shall eat of it. (WEB JPS ASV DBY YLT NAS RSV NIV)