Passover

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Passover (plural Passovers)

  1. The eight-day Jewish festival of Pesach, commemorating the biblical story of Exodus, during which the first-born sons of the Israelites were passed over while those of the Egyptians were killed.
  2. The Christian holy day generally falling on the first day of the Jewish Passover.

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