Definition of Madzoon

1. Noun. (alternative form of matzoon) ¹



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Definition of Madzoon

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

Lexicographical Neighbors of Madzoon

madronos
madroño
madroños
mads
madtom
madtoms
madtsoiid
madtsoiids
maduro
maduromycosis
maduros
madwoman
madwomen
madwort
madworts
madzoon (current term)
madzoons
madzoun
mae
maedi
maedi virus
maegashira
maegbot
maegbote
maegth
maegthen
maelid
maelids
maelstrom
maelstroms

Literary usage of Madzoon

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

1. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1911)
"... that other persons could not use the word 'madzoon,' because the two words so nearly resemble each other as to be likely to cause confusion or mistake, ..."

2. An American Physician in Turkey: A Narrative of Adventures in Peace and War by Clarence Douglas Ussher, Grace Higley Knapp (1917)
"In my house you must eat of my food, but, sir, I have nothing. Nothing but a little bread and some madzoon."1 " Never mind," said I; " bring your bread and ..."

3. Microbiology: A Text-book of Microörganisms, General and Applied by Charles E. Marshall (1921)
"... madzoon, ETC.).—A rented milk drink known by one of the above names has been used Ich Zeitung. 1888. p. ..."

4. Microbiology for Agricultural and Domestic Science Students by Charles Edward Marshall, Frederic Theodore Bioletti (1911)
"... madzoon, ETC.).—A fermented milk drink known by one of the above names has been used by the Bulgarian tribes for a long time. ..."

5. Microbiology for Agricultural and Domestic Science Students by Charles Edward Marshall, Frederic Theodore Bioletti (1911)
"... madzoon, ETC.).—A fermented milk drink known by one of the above names has been used by the Bulgarian tribes for a long time. ..."

6. Turkey and the Armenian Atrocities: A Reign of Terror by Edwin Munsell Bliss (1896)
"A certain modification of this has been introduced into this country and is widely known under the name of madzoon. The cooking is in the main very tasty, ..."

7. What Next in Turkey: Glimpses of the American Board's Work in the Near East by David Brewer Eddy (1913)
"... a dish of pilaff made of boiled rice or cracked wheat cooked with bits of mutton and possibly a bowl of madzoon, a near cousin to bonnie clabber. ..."

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