Definition of Pascha. Meaning of Pascha. Synonyms of Pascha

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Definition of Pascha

Pascha
Pasch Pasch, Pascha Pas"cha, n. [AS. pascha, L. pascha, Gr. ?, fr. Heb. pesach, fr. p[=a]sach to pass over: cf. OF. pasque, F. p[^a]que. Cf. Paschal, Paas, Paque.] The passover; the feast of Easter. Pasch egg. See Easter egg, under Easter. Pasch flower. See Pasque flower, under Pasque.

Meaning of Pascha from wikipedia

- The Pascha was a 12-storey 9,000 square metre brothel in Cologne, Germany. With about 120 prostitutes, over 80 employees and up to 1,000 customers per...
- Pascha (or other similar spellings) may refer to: Easter, central religious feast in the Christian liturgical year Paskha, an Easter dish served in several...
- Easter, also called Pascha (Gr****, Latin) or Resurrection Sunday, is a festival and holiday commemorating the resurrection of Jesus from the dead, described...
- Peri Pascha (English title On the Pascha) is a 2nd-century homily of Melito of Sardis written between A.D.160 and 170 in Asia Minor. It was discovered...
- Kemal Atatürk (or alternatively written as Kamâl Atatürk, Mustafa Kemal Pasha until 1934, commonly referred to as Mustafa Kemal Atatürk; c. 1881 – 10 November...
- Edmund Pascha (Páska) (1714 – 6 May 1772) was a preacher, organist and composer. He used the pen name Claudi**** Ostern. Edmund Pascha was born in 1714...
- feasts change each year. The moveable feasts are generally relative to Pascha (Easter), and so the cycle of moveable feasts is referred to as the Paschal...
- that Melito's treatise on Pascha is “the most important addition to Patristic literature in the present century”. The Peri Pascha provides an accurate description...
- Pascha Nostrum is a hymn sometimes used by Christians during Easter season. The title is Latin for "Our P****over," and the text consists of the words of...
- ἀνέστη) is the characteristic hymn for the celebration of the Orthodox Pascha (Easter) in the Eastern Orthodox Church and churches that follow the Byzantine...
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