matzoh matzoh


  • (n) brittle flat bread eaten at Passover



  1. Harry Smith, 89, of Boston, scoops matzoh ballls from boiling broth at a catering shop in Brookline, Mass.
  2. Opening a delicatessen only a matzoh ball's throw from Harvard Square in Cambridge, Mass.
  3. Good morning, Grey Lady, wake up and smell the matzoh ball soup.


  • Wet® Personal Lubricants Now Certified Kosher

    As recorded in the book of Deuteronomy over 3200 years ago, Moses gave us The Ten Commandments and the Kosher laws. Since then, we’ve had Kosher hot dogs, Kosher wine and Kosher matzoh.
    on July 15, 2013     Source: Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance


  • "As everyone knows, I am as Jewish as a matzoh ball or kosher salami (not to mention that I was an ordained rabbi)," Mason says in an affidavit in support of the lawsuit, which seeks an injunction halting distribution of the pamphlet,...
    on Aug 25, 2006 By: Jackie Mason Source: Ninemsn

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