Low Sunday

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Low Sunday

n.
The first Sunday after Easter.

Low Sunday

n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) the Sunday after Easter
[probably so named because of its relative unimportance in contrast with Easter Sunday]

Low′ Sun′day


n.
the first Sunday after Easter.
[1505–15]
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Noun1.Low Sunday - the Sunday following Easter
Christian holy day - a religious holiday for Christians
Translations

Low Sunday

nDomenica in Albis
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The week beginning with Easter Sunday is called Easter Week or the Octave of Easter, and each day is prefaced with Easter.
Years ago the importance of celebrating the Octave of Easter had lost its meaning.
Thus, the Octave of Easter begins on Easter Sunday and ends seven days later, on the Second Sunday of Easter.