Antipascha

noun
An·​ti·​pas·​cha | \ ˈantē¦paskə, -tə̇-\
variants: or Antipasch \ -​ˌpask \
plural -s

Definition of Antipascha 

Eastern Church
: the first Sunday after Easter : low sunday

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History and Etymology for Antipascha

Middle Greek antipascha, from Late Greek, week immediately following Easter week, from Greek anti- anti- entry 1 + Late Greek pascha Easter

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