pasque flower

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Pasque is from a French word for Easter (Old French Pasque (Easter) or Middle French Pasques (Easter), related to Pesach (Passover)), because they bloom around Easter.

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pasque flower (plural pasque flowers)

  1. Various deciduous perennial flowering plants, of the genus Pulsatilla, found in clumps in certain grassland areas.

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