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paschal

[ pas-kuhl ]
/ ˈpæs kəl /
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adjective

of or relating to Easter.
of or relating to Passover.

noun

a paschal candle or candlestick.

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Origin of paschal

1400–50; late Middle English paschall<Late Latin paschālis.See Pasch, -al1
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British Dictionary definitions for paschal

paschal
/ (ˈpæskəl) /

adjective

of or relating to Passover
of or relating to Easter
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