pască

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Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Probably from Byzantine Greek πάσχα. Less likely from Latin pascha or through a Slavic intermediate pascha. Compare also Paște.

Noun[edit]

pască f (plural păști)

  1. unleavened bread for Passover; azyme; matzo
  2. a type of (leavened) bread or cake filled with cheese and other things, eaten by Orthodox Christians for Easter
  3. (archaic) Paschal Lamb in Jewish tradition