• WordNet 3.6
    • n matzoh brittle flat bread eaten at Passover
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n matzoh A cake of unleavened bread eaten by the Jews at the feast of the Passover.
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
Heb. matstsōth, pl. of matstsāh, unleavened


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W'burg matzoh bakers keep churning them out, every 18 minutes.
The matzoh balls were finished, under Ms Gethers's supervision.
Adding matzoh to broth ( Styling by Lisa Schumacher, Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune ).
Matzoh Brei – A Meal for Any Time of the Day.
A box of Streits Egg and Onion Matzohs (preferable).
Mayor Cory A Booker, right, and Manischewitz Co-CEO Alain Bankier measure out the world's largest matzoh as Manischewitz opens and blesses their new global headquarters in Newark.
Here's a Passover dessert that can really cut the matzoh .
When Life Gives You Matzoh .
Price Chopper Supermarkets here, among others, offered free matzohs this Passover season, as the Jewish holiday promotions seemed to become more competitive.
Chocolate, Not Matzoh , For a Children's Seder.
Five facts about matzoh .
Traditional matzoh is round, not square.
Religiously correct Passover matzoh must be made in less than 18 minutes.
In Jewish communities all around New York, where preparations for tomorrow night's Passover seder have reached a fever pitch, everybody is talking about the Great Shmura Matzoh Shortage of '88.
The aroma of dough baking drifts out of Streit's Matzoh Factory on Rivington Street, and, on windy days, it wafts through the Lower East Side.