chametz

Passover vs Chametz - What's the difference?

passover | chametz |

Jew vs Chametz - What's the difference?

jew | chametz |


As a verb jew

is (offensive) to bargain, to attempt to gain an unfair price in a business deal; to defraud.

As a noun chametz is

food made from leavened grain flour the torah states that jews are not permitted to eat or drink it during the festival of pesach (passover), nor own it or even be seen with it, but must remove it from their houses and land at the beginning of the festival.

Torah vs Chametz - What's the difference?

torah | chametz |


As a noun chametz is

food made from leavened grain flour the torah states that jews are not permitted to eat or drink it during the festival of pesach (passover), nor own it or even be seen with it, but must remove it from their houses and land at the beginning of the festival.

Flour vs Chametz - What's the difference?

flour | chametz |


As nouns the difference between flour and chametz

is that flour is powder obtained by grinding or milling cereal grains, especially wheat, and used to bake bread, cakes, and pastry while chametz is food made from leavened grain flour the torah states that jews are not permitted to eat or drink it during the festival of pesach (passover), nor own it or even be seen with it, but must remove it from their houses and land at the beginning of the festival.

As a verb flour

is to apply flour to something; to cover with flour.

Grain vs Chametz - What's the difference?

grain | chametz |


As nouns the difference between grain and chametz

is that grain is (uncountable) the harvested seeds of various grass food crops eg: wheat, corn, barley or grain can be a branch of a tree; a stalk or stem of a plant while chametz is food made from leavened grain flour the torah states that jews are not permitted to eat or drink it during the festival of pesach (passover), nor own it or even be seen with it, but must remove it from their houses and land at the beginning of the festival.

As a verb grain

is to feed grain to.

Leaven vs Chametz - What's the difference?

leaven | chametz |


As nouns the difference between leaven and chametz

is that leaven is any agent used to make dough rise or to have a similar effect on baked goods while chametz is food made from leavened grain flour the torah states that jews are not permitted to eat or drink it during the festival of pesach (passover), nor own it or even be seen with it, but must remove it from their houses and land at the beginning of the festival.

As a verb leaven

is to add a leavening agent.

Hametz vs Chametz - What's the difference?

hametz | chametz | Alternative forms |

Hametz is an alternative form of chametz.


As nouns the difference between hametz and chametz

is that hametz is while chametz is food made from leavened grain flour the torah states that jews are not permitted to eat or drink it during the festival of pesach (passover), nor own it or even be seen with it, but must remove it from their houses and land at the beginning of the festival.

Hamets vs Chametz - What's the difference?

hamets | chametz | Alternative forms |

Hamets is an alternative form of chametz.


As nouns the difference between hamets and chametz

is that hamets is while chametz is food made from leavened grain flour the torah states that jews are not permitted to eat or drink it during the festival of pesach (passover), nor own it or even be seen with it, but must remove it from their houses and land at the beginning of the festival.

Chometz vs Chametz - What's the difference?

chometz | chametz | Alternative forms |

Chometz is an alternative form of chametz.


As nouns the difference between chometz and chametz

is that chometz is while chametz is food made from leavened grain flour the torah states that jews are not permitted to eat or drink it during the festival of pesach (passover), nor own it or even be seen with it, but must remove it from their houses and land at the beginning of the festival.

Chamets vs Chametz - What's the difference?

chamets | chametz | Alternative forms |

Chamets is an alternative form of chametz.


As nouns the difference between chamets and chametz

is that chamets is while chametz is food made from leavened grain flour the torah states that jews are not permitted to eat or drink it during the festival of pesach (passover), nor own it or even be seen with it, but must remove it from their houses and land at the beginning of the festival.