Associations to the word «Wafer»
WAFER, noun. A light, thin, flat biscuit/cookie.
WAFER, noun. (religion) A thin disk of consecrated unleavened bread used in communion.
WAFER, noun. A soft disk originally made of flour, and later of gelatin or a similar substance, used to seal letters, attach papers etc.
WAFER, noun. (electronics) A thin disk of silicon or other semiconductor on which an electronic circuit is produced.
WAFER, verb. (transitive) To seal or close with a wafer.
WAFER SCALE INTEGRATION, proper noun. (electronics) a yet-unused system of building very-large integrated circuit networks that use an entire silicon wafer to produce a single "super-chip".
WAFER TRAPDOOR SPIDER, noun. Any spider of the superfamily Cyrtauchenioidea, which build burrows but lack the thorn-like spines on the outermost leg segments common to true trapdoor spiders.
WAFER TRAPDOOR SPIDERS, noun. Plural of wafer trapdoor spider
WAFER, noun. A small adhesive disk of paste; used to seal letters.
WAFER, noun. A small thin crisp cake or cookie.
WAFER, noun. Thin disk of unleavened bread used in a religious service (especially in the celebration of the Eucharist).
The chief difference between words and deeds is that words are always intended for men for their approbation, but deeds can be done only for God.