1. A thin cake or leaf; as a wafer of bread given by the Romanists in the Eucharist.
2. A thin leaf of paste, or a composition of flour, the white of eggs, isinglass and yeast, spread over with gumwater and dried; used in sealing letters.
WAFER, v.t. To seal or close with a wafer.
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