Definition of Azymites

1. azymite [n] - See also: azymite



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Azymites

azygos vein
azygos vein principle
azygoses
azygous
azygous vein
azygy
azylene
azylenes
azym
azyme
azymes
azymia
azymic
azymite
azymites (current term)
azymous
azyms
açais
aëdes
añejo
b
b&
b'ak'tun
b'long
b****cks
b*tch
b*tches
b-ball
b-complex vitamin

Literary usage of Azymites

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1. A View of Religions, in Two Parts: In Two Parts. Pt.I. Containing an by Hannah Adams (1801)
"... azymites, fo called from the Greek «^«c, a name given by the Greeks, in the eleventh century, ..."

2. On the Clause "and the Son" in Regard to the Eastern Church and the Bonn by Edward Bouverie Pusey, Henry Parry Liddon (1876)
"far from us be the worship of the azymites " (populace). Id. e. 36. p. 255. "let us see if God will remove this enemy who is against us, and then you shall ..."

3. The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbon (1899)
"(The azymites were those who celebrated the communion with unleavened bread ; ana 1 must retract or qualify the praise which I have bestowed on the growing ..."

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