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 A soft disk originally made of flour, and later of gelatin or a similar substance, used to seal letters, attach papers etc.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).
It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye.