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Definition of "paschal" [pas•chal]

  • Of or relating to Passover (adjective)
  • Of or relating to Easter, especially the Orthodox Pascha. (adjective)

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Use "paschal" in a sentence
  • "The lamb was called the paschal lamb, and was, after that, to be eaten every year, at about what is with us Easter-time, in commemoration of this event."
  • "Consequently, since this month always began with that new moon of which the fourteenth day occurred on or next after the vernal equinox, Christ arose from the dead on Sunday, the seventeenth day of the so-called paschal moon."
  • "The Passover Festival was celebrated as follows: An unblemished male lamb a year old (called the paschal lamb) was to be selected by each family in Israel."
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