matzo

Matzo vs Apple - What's the difference?

matzo | apple |


As a noun matzo

is (uncountable) thin, unleavened bread.

As a proper noun apple is

a nickname for new york city, usually “the big apple”.

Saline vs Matzo - What's the difference?

saline | matzo |


As nouns the difference between saline and matzo

is that saline is salt pan (salt evaporation pond) while matzo is (uncountable) thin, unleavened bread.

Matzo vs Lavash - What's the difference?

matzo | lavash |


As nouns the difference between matzo and lavash

is that matzo is (uncountable) thin, unleavened bread while lavash is a soft, thin flatbread made with flour, water, yeast, and salt, baked in a tandoor toasted sesame seeds and/or poppy seeds are sometimes sprinkled on it before baking traditionally made in armenia and other countries of the caucasus and the middle east.

Matzo vs Lahvash - What's the difference?

matzo | lahvash |

Matzo vs Matzol - What's the difference?

matzo | matzol |


As nouns the difference between matzo and matzol

is that matzo is (uncountable) thin, unleavened bread while matzol is (obsolete|medicine) a proprietary preparation of matzoon and cod-liver oil.

Matzo vs Matzot - What's the difference?

matzo | matzot |


As nouns the difference between matzo and matzot

is that matzo is (uncountable) thin, unleavened bread while matzot is .

Matzo - What does it mean?

matzo | |

Matzo - What does it mean?

matzo | %20 |

Passover vs Matzo - What's the difference?

passover | matzo |

Jew vs Matzo - What's the difference?

jew | matzo |


As a verb jew

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

As a noun matzo is

(uncountable) thin, unleavened bread.

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