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Noun1.Pascha - the Jewish feast of the PassoverPascha - the Jewish feast of the Passover  
Feast of the Unleavened Bread, Passover, Pesach, Pesah - (Judaism) a Jewish festival (traditionally 8 days from Nissan 15) celebrating the exodus of the Israelites from Egypt
2.Pascha - the Christian festival of Easter
Easter - a Christian celebration of the Resurrection of Christ; celebrated on the Sunday following the first full moon after the vernal equinox
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Florida, discovered on Palm Sunday, in 1512, by Juan Ponce de Leon, was originally named Pascha Florida .
Rachel and Pascha were partnered together in the 2013 version of the show and soon after Rachel split with her childhood sweetheart Jamie Gilbert - just 16 months into her marriage.
Pascha looked summery in a white t-shirt with a gorilla print, blue shorts and a pair of white boat shoes.
According to reports, the zoo has named the cubs Hector, Pascha and Zeus.
The procession culminates at the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, where Jesus was buried before his resurrection, which is celebrated on the Great Pascha Sunday, also known as Easter.
Maslenitsa is an Eastern Slavic religious and folk holiday, celebrated during the last week before Great Lent, that is, the eighth week before Eastern Orthodox Pascha.
In Eastern Orthodox Christianity Lent is called 'Great Lent' and is the most important fasting period of the year, in preparation for the most important celebration of the year, Pascha (Orthodox Easter Sunday).
Easter is a religious festival which is celebrated after Christians fast and it is also called Pascha festival or Resurrection Sunday.
In many Romance languages, the word for the Feast of the Resurrection is tied directly to Passover: Paques (French), Pascua (Spanish), and Pascha (Latin) all come directly from Pesach, the Hebrew word for Passover.
'Pace' was a northern word meaning 'Easter'; it derived from the Latin 'pascha',' meaning 'Passover, Easter', ultimately from Hebrew 'pesah', 'Passover'.
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