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shrove

 (shrōv)
v.
A past tense of shrive.

shrove

(ʃrəʊv)
vb
(Theology) a past tense of shrive

shrive

(ʃraɪv)

v. shrove shrived, shriv•en shrived, shriv•ing. v.t.
1. to impose penance on (a sinner).
2. to grant absolution to (a penitent).
v.i. Archaic.
3. to confess one's sins, as to a priest.
[before 900; Middle English; Old English scrīfan to assign, impose as a penance or sentence, c. Old Frisian skrīva to write, shrive, Old High German scrīban to write, prescribe]
Translations
أحَد المَرافِع
první den masopustu
fastelavnssøndag
UžgavėnėsUžgavėnių antradienisUžgavėnių sekmadienis
svetdiena pirms Pelnu dienas
Büyük Perhiz'in ilk günü

shrove

(ʃrouv) : Shrove ˈSunday noun
the first day of Shrovetide.
Shrove ˈTuesday noun
the last day of Shrovetide, when people traditionally eat pancakes.
ˈShrovetide noun
the three days before Ash Wednesday.
References in classic literature ?
He has a pleasant name: he is called Quatre-Temps (Ember Days), Paques-Fleuries (Palm Sunday), Mardi-Gras (Shrove Tuesday), I know not what!
On Shrove Tuesday, the milk, flour and egg mixes become a favourite for families around the country, and are even eaten as an evening meal.
The idea of eating pancakes on Shrove Tuesday has been around for more than 1,000 years.
THopefully, your Shrove Tuesday pancakes WILL land safely in the pan on March 5 - unlike my botched efforts.
It was in response to concerns by townspeople at the unruly behaviour of players and the damage caused by the Shrove Tuesday game of football.
1. "Mardi Gras" is French for Fat Tuesday, which is also known as Shrove Tuesday, a term that comes from the word "shrive," meaning "to absolve someone of their sins."
Nursery Manager Helen Sheerin said:"On February 9, Nursery Time Kindergarten went on a trip to Morrison's to celebrate Shrove Tuesday.
CHILDREN at Moldgreen Community Primary School went pancake crazy in the best traditions of Shrove Tuesday.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Shrove Tuesday -- or Pancake Day, as it is more commonly known -- falls this year on Feb.