- a kind of thin, crisp unleavened bread eaten by Jews during the Passover
- pl. mat′zos, mat′zot , mat′zoth a piece of this
Origin of matzoClassical Hebrew (language) matsts?h, unleavened
nounpl. mat·zos also mat·zohs or mat·zot or mat·zoth
A flat, usually brittle piece of unleavened bread, eaten especially during Passover.
Origin of matzoYiddish matse, from Hebrew ma&slowdot;&slowdot;â; see m&saclod;&saclod; in Semitic roots.
(countable and uncountable, plural matzos or matzot)
Hebrew ×žÖ·×¦Ö¸Ö¼×” (matsÃ¡).