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Definition of Azymite

Azymite
Azymite Az"y*mite, n. [Cf. F. azymite.] (Eccl. Hist.) One who administered the Eucharist with unleavened bread; -- a name of reproach given by those of the Greek church to the Latins.

Meaning of Azymite from wikipedia

- Azymite (from Gk. azymes, unleavened bread) is a term of reproach used by the Orthodox Churches since the eleventh century against the Latin Churches...
- in the early Catholic English Douay-Rheims Bible. The adjectival form Azymite was used as a term of abuse by Byzantine Rite Christians against Roman...
- innovation: the use of unleavened bread for the Eucharist, for example (see azymite). Celibacy among Western priests (both monastic and parish), as opposed...
- Zygoptera, zygote zym- ferment Gr**** ζέω, ζύμη (zúmē) alloenzyme, azyme, azymite, enzyme, lysozyme, microzyme, zymase, zyme, zymogen, zymology, zymolysis...
- innovation: the use of unleavened bread for the Eucharist, for example (see Azymite). Celibacy among Western priests (both monastic and parish), as opposed...
- celebrate the Eucharist with leavened bread while others use unleavened bread (azymites). According to the ****yrian Church of the East, the Holy Leaven was taken...
- owned "cities within cities", especially tax collectors; and against the Azymites (i.e., Latins, who used unleavened bread in the Eucharist). The latter...
- innovation: the use of unleavened bread for the Eucharist, for example (see Azymite). Celibacy among Western priests (both monastic and parish), as opposed...
- Zygoptera, zygote zym- ferment Gr**** ζέω, ζύμη (zúmē) alloenzyme, azyme, azymite, enzyme, lysozyme, microzyme, zymase, zyme, zymogen, zymology, zymolysis...
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