Pasch

[horse] Pasch (1935–1939) was a British Thoroughbred racehorse and sire, best known for winning the classic 2000 Guineas in 1938, a year in which he started favourite for all three legs of the Triple Crown. In a brief racing career which lasted from April to October of his three-year-old season, he ran six times, recording three wins, one...
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Pasch

[n] - an archaic name for Easter or Passover
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Pasch

Pasch Pas'cha noun [ Anglo-Saxon pascha , Latin pascha , Greek ..., from Hebrew pesach , from pāsach to pass over: confer Old French pasque , French pâque . Confer Paschal , Paas , Paque .] The passover; the feas...
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Pasch

Pascha noun the Christian festival of Easter
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Pasch

• (n.) Alt. of Pascha
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Pasch

[surname] Pasch is a German and Swedish surname. Notable people with the surname include: ...
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