|| You shall then count seven complete weeks after the day following the [Passover] holiday when you brought the omer as a wave offering,
Usfartem lachem mimochorat haShabat miyom havi'achem et-omer hatnufah sheva Shabatot tmimot tihyeynah.
||until the day after the seventh week, when there will be [a total of] 50 days. [On that 50th day] you may present new grain as a meal offering to God.
Ad mimochorat haShabat hashvi'it tisperu chamishim yom vehikravtem minchah chadashah l'Adonay.
|You shall then count|
This is the commandment to count the Omer (Sefer HaMitzvoth, Positive 161).
(Rashi). Pentacost in Greek.
|you may present new grain|
(Menachoth 84b; Sifra; Rashi; Yad, Issurey Mizbeach 5:10). Or, 'you shall bring an offering of new grain,' namely the two loaves mentioned in Leviticus 23:17 (Menachoth 83b; Yad, Temidim 8:2).