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ma·sa

 (mä′sə)
n.
Dough made of dried corn that has been soaked in limewater then rinsed and ground, used especially in tortillas and tamales.

[American Spanish, from Spanish, dough, from Old Spanish, from Latin massa, mass, dough; see mass.]

masa

(ˈmæsə)
n
(Cookery) Mexican cookery a type of dough made from maize and used to make tamales, tortillas, etc.
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