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- n. The matzoh eaten at a Passover seder, after dinner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A piece broken off from the middle one of the three thin cakes of unleavened bread, called respectively ‘Cohen,’ ‘Levi,’ and ‘Israel’ (thus representing the whole Jewish nation), used by the Jews at the seder service on Passover eve.
Hebrew אֲפִיקוֹמָן ("afikomen"). (Wiktionary)