noun \ˈpask\

Definition of PASCH

:  easter
:  passover
pas·chal \ˈpas-kəl\ adjective

Variants of PASCH

Pasch also Pas·cha \ˈpäs-kə\

Origin of PASCH

Middle English pasche Passover, Easter, from Anglo-French, from Late Latin pascha, from Late Greek, from Greek, Passover, from Hebrew pesaḥ
First Known Use: 12th century


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