noun pas·kha \ˈpäsḵə\

Definition of paskha



  1. :  a molded Russian dessert that is made of cheese (such as cottage cheese), cream, and usually raisins, candied fruit, and almonds and that is traditionally served at Easter

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Origin and Etymology of paskha

Russian, from Paskha Easter, from Late Greek pascha — more at pasch

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