pasqua

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Catalan[edit]

Etymology[edit]

See Pasqua.

Noun[edit]

pasqua f (plural pasqües)

  1. Passover.

Usage notes[edit]

When this word is capitalized, Pasqua, it refers to the Christian holiday of Easter or less commonly Pentecost.

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Italian[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

  • Pasqua (Christian / Messianic Jewish / Jewish Passover)

Noun[edit]

pasqua f (plural pasque)

  1. Passover (Israelite / Jewish festival)
  2. Passover (ancient and modern Gentile Christian / Jewish Christian / Messianic Jewish festival)

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