Azym
Azym Az"ym, Azyme Az"yme, n. [F. azyme unleavened, L. azymus, fr. Gr. ?; 'a priv. + ? leaven.] Unleavened bread. [1913 Webster]

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  • azym — noun see azyme * * * azˈym / im/ or more usually azˈyme / īm or im/ noun Unleavened bread • • • Main Entry: ↑azymous …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Azyme — Azym Az ym, Azyme Az yme, n. [F. azyme unleavened, L. azymus, fr. Gr. ?; a priv. + ? leaven.] Unleavened bread. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • az|yme — «AZ ym, ihm», noun. = azym. (Cf. ↑azym) …   Useful english dictionary

  • Azymous — Az y*mous, a. [See {Azym}.] Unleavened; unfermented. Azymous bread. Dunglison. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Azymite — Azymites (from Gk. a privative, and zyme , leaven) is a term of reproach used by the Orthodox churches since the eleventh century against the Latin Churches, who, together with the Armenians and the Maronites, celebrate the Eucharist with… …   Wikipedia

  • Azymites — • A term of reproach used by the schismatic Greeks since the eleventh century against the Latins, who, together with the Armenians and the Maronites, celebrate the Holy Eucharist with unleavened bread Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006.… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • AZYMA — Hebr. Gap desc: Hebrew, cuius vocis origo non liquet. Docet tamen ex Arabismo, Bochartus, Gap desc: Hebrew proprie esse puros et sinceros panes et ab omni fermento expurgatos, quod corruptionis esse genus voluerunt multi Veteres. Hinc Hieronym. 1 …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • azyme — ˈaˌzīm noun also azym zə̇m ( s) Etymology: Late Latin azyma, from Latin, neuter plural of azymus unleavened, from Greek azymos, from a a (II) + zymos (from zymē leaven); probably akin to Latin …   Useful english dictionary

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