Definition of azyme
: unleavened bread: a : such bread eaten by the Jews at the Passover b : such bread consecrated by Christians of the Western church in celebrating the Eucharist
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Origin and Etymology of azyme
Late Latin azyma, from Latin, neuter plural of azymus unleavened, from Greek azymos, from a- 2a- + -zymos (from zymē leaven); probably akin to Latin jus broth — more at juice
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