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Topic: FOOD DISH

Date: 1800-1900
Language: Yiddish
Origin: matse, from Hebrew massah

matzo

noun
     
mat‧zo , matzoh plural matzos [uncountable and countable]
1 a large thin piece of flat bread, eaten by Jewish people during Passover
2DFFRRJ a type of flour used to make bread, cakes etc especially by Jewish people during passover:
herrings dipped in matzo and fried
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