noun mat·zo \ˈmät-sə also -(ˌ)sō\

: a dry, thin bread eaten especially by Jewish people at Passover

plural mat·zoth \-ˌsōt, -ˌsōth, -sōs\ or mat·zos or mat·zohs \-səz, -səs also -ˌsōz\

Full Definition of MATZO

:  unleavened bread eaten especially at the Passover
:  a wafer of matzo

Variants of MATZO

mat·zo or mat·zoh \ˈmät-sə also -(ˌ)sō\

Origin of MATZO

Yiddish matse, from Hebrew maṣṣāh
First Known Use: 1650

Rhymes with MATZO


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