|Noah Webster's Dictionary|
1. (n.) A kind of unraised bread, of many varieties, plain, sweet, or fancy, formed into flat cakes, and bakes hard; as, ship biscuit.
2. (n.) A small loaf or cake of bread, raised and shortened, or made light with soda or baking powder. Usually a number are baked in the same pan, forming a sheet or card.
3. (n.) Earthen ware or porcelain which has undergone the first baking, before it is subjected to the glazing.
4. (n.) A species of white, unglazed porcelain, in which vases, figures, and groups are formed in miniature.
Biscuit (3 Occurrences)
Matthew 26:26 During the meal Jesus took a Passover biscuit, blessed it and broke it. He then gave it to the disciples, saying, "Take this and eat it: it is my body." (WEY)
Mark 14:22 Also during the meal He took a Passover biscuit, blessed it, and broke it. He then gave it to them, saying, "Take this, it is my body." (WEY)
Luke 22:19 Then, taking a Passover biscuit, He gave thanks and broke it, and gave it to them, saying, "This is my body which is being given on your behalf: this do in remembrance of me." (WEY)