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Pasch

 (păsk)
n.
1. Passover.
2. Easter.

[Middle English, from Old French pasche, from Late Latin pascha, Passover, Easter, from Late Greek paskha, from Aramaic pasḥā, Passover, from Hebrew pesaḥ; see Pesach.]

Pas′chal, pas′chal adj.

paschal

(ˈpæskəl)
adj
1. (Judaism) of or relating to Passover
2. (Ecclesiastical Terms) of or relating to Easter
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.paschal - of or relating to Passover or Easter; "paschal lamb"
Translations

paschal

[ˈpɑːskəl] ADJpascual
the Paschal Lambel cordero pascual

paschal

adjPassah-, Oster-; paschal feastPassahfest nt
References in classic literature ?
during paschal time; and the inscription in the church."
Paschal Morgan, 48, had enjoyed a night out with a friend in Kilkeel, Co Down, on Sunday when he left to be picked up by his daughter Shannon.
Paschal filed a lawsuit on Tuesday asking for temporary and permanent injunctions against Franklin Heating & Air.
FINANCE Minister Paschal Donohoe says Ireland is opposed to plans to introduce an equalisation tax across EU states.
Across all the Christian denominations, including Eastern and Western churches, Pascha or Easter falls on the Sunday immediately after that year's Paschal full moon, which is based on historical tables instead of lunar events.
Team: Liverpool College - Corinthian - St Paschal Baylon.
In the pages of "Living the Mass: A Deeper Look at the Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist" by Trappist monk Christopher Lucas we encounter the Holy Eucharist as paschal mystery, the "Source and Summit of the Christian Life." We encounter God's love for us through what God has done and is doing for us in the Eucharist.
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JULIE COLLIER, who is the host of Racing Post Greyhound TV tonight, will receive her PS5,000 cheque from sponsor and this evening's guest Paschal Taggart for winning the 2013 RPGTV presenters' tipping challenge during the show, writes Jonathan Kay.
The Rome of Pope Paschal I: Papal Power, Urban Renovation, Church Rebuilding and Relic Translation, 817-824 by Caroline J.
At the heart of every celebration of the sacred liturgy lies the paschal mystery of Jesus Christ.