1: a bread (such as focaccia or naan) that has a wide surface and little thickness
[ flatbread translation of Norwegian flatbrød; flatbrod modification of Norwegian flatbrød, from flat (from Old Norse flatr) + brød bread, from Old Norse brauth ]: a thin, dry wafer made of rye flour dough and used especially among Scandinavian peoples
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