Definition of Motza

1. Noun. (misspelling of matzo) ¹



2. Noun. (Australia) A lot of money. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Motza

1. motser [n -S] - See also: motser

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Motza

motto
mottoed
mottoes
mottos
mottramite
motts
motty
motu
motu proprio
motu proprios
motuca
motucas
motukoreaite
motuporin
motus
motza (current term)
motzas
mou
mouch
mouchard
mouchards
mouched
moucher
mouchers
mouches
mouching
mouchoir
mouchoirs
moudiwarp
moue

Literary usage of Motza

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Dainty Dinners and Dishes for Jewish Families by May Henry, Kate Halford (1907)
"Finely sieved motza meal must be mixed in, if thickening is required, ... Must be dipped in fine motza meal and egg for frying. STEWED FISH. ..."

2. Tent Work in Palestine: A Record of Discovery and Adventure by Claude Reignier Conder (1878)
"The Talmudic doctors tell us that motza was a colonia or place free from taxes, whence the origin of the modern name, and beside the banks of the stream ..."

3. American Jewish Year Book by American Jewish Committee, Jewish Publication Society of America (1915)
"... JEWISH COMMITTEE Palestine Is to be divided Into three districts as follows : I. City of Jerusalem, Hebron, and motza. II. Jaffa and colonies of Judaea. ..."

4. Sinai and Palestine: In Connection with Their History by Arthur Penrhyn Stanley (1890)
"motza, uste, 'springhead :' from us;, to go forth. Used 2 Kings ii. 21 "spring" . 2 Chron. xxxii 30 (of the spring of Gihon) . ..."

5. The Expositor edited by Samuel Cox, William Robertson Nicoll, James Moffatt (1890)
"At the same time that the procession started for Siloam, another went to a place in the Kedron valley close by, called motza, whence they brought willow ..."

6. Dainty Dinners and Dishes for Jewish Families by May Henry, Kate Halford (1907)
"Finely sieved motza meal must be mixed in, if thickening is required, ... Must be dipped in fine motza meal and egg for frying. STEWED FISH. ..."

7. Tent Work in Palestine: A Record of Discovery and Adventure by Claude Reignier Conder (1878)
"The Talmudic doctors tell us that motza was a colonia or place free from taxes, whence the origin of the modern name, and beside the banks of the stream ..."

8. American Jewish Year Book by American Jewish Committee, Jewish Publication Society of America (1915)
"... JEWISH COMMITTEE Palestine Is to be divided Into three districts as follows : I. City of Jerusalem, Hebron, and motza. II. Jaffa and colonies of Judaea. ..."

9. Sinai and Palestine: In Connection with Their History by Arthur Penrhyn Stanley (1890)
"motza, uste, 'springhead :' from us;, to go forth. Used 2 Kings ii. 21 "spring" . 2 Chron. xxxii 30 (of the spring of Gihon) . ..."

10. The Expositor edited by Samuel Cox, William Robertson Nicoll, James Moffatt (1890)
"At the same time that the procession started for Siloam, another went to a place in the Kedron valley close by, called motza, whence they brought willow ..."

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