||Place all [these items] onto the open hands of Aaron and his sons, and have them wave [these items] in the prescribed motions of a wave offering before God.
Vesamta hakol al kapey Aharon ve'al kapey vanav vehenafta otam tnufah lifney Adonay.
||Then take [these items] from their hands and burn them on the altar after the [first ram which is a] burnt offering. Let it be an appeasing fragrance before God, since it is a fire offering to God.
Velakachta otam miyadam vehiktarta hamizbechah al-ha'olah lere'ach nichoach lifney Adonay isheh hu l'Adonay.
It is waved back and forth in the four compass directions, and then up and down (Menachoth 62a; Rashi). Some say that the order, with the individual facing east, is right, left, front, up, down, back.
(Rashi; Mizrachi). Literally, 'on.'