enzym definition

  • noun:
    • the unorganized ferments, as diastase, maltin, pepsin, trypsin, etc., which exist in seeds, etc.
    • Leavened bread, or a loaf of leavened bread; particularly, the eucharistic breads utilized by the orthodox Greek also Oriental churches, except the Armenians and Maronites: against azym. Frequently within the plural.
    • the unorganized ferments, as diastase, maltin, pepsin, trypsin, etc., which occur in seeds, etc.
    • Leavened bread, or a loaf of leavened loaves of bread; especially, the eucharistic breads employed by the orthodox Greek as well as other Oriental churches, except the Armenians and Maronites: opposed to azym. Typically into the plural.

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