Easter

Easter is an ancient religious festival occurring at or around the vernal equinox. It originally marked the end of the old year and the dawn of a new year and was celebrated by the Anglo-Saxons in honour of their goddess of the east who was called Easter. In Rome the sacred fire in the temple of Vesta was rekindled on the first of March each year m...
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Easter

[n] - a Christian celebration of the Resurrection of Christ
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Easter

East'er intransitive verb (Nautical) To veer to the east; -- said of the wind. Russell.
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Easter

noun a Christian celebration of the Resurrection of Christ; celebrated on the Sunday following the first full moon after the vernal equinox
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Easter

principal festival of the Christian church that celebrates the Resurrection of Jesus Christ on the third day after his Crucifixion. The earliest ... [18 related articles]
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Easter

A religious holiday ending the Lenten season. Cajuns celebrate by having a crawfish boil or fish fry.
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Easter

Many Christians believe Easter is the greatest festival of the year. The holy day when Jesus came ba
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Easter

[surname] Easter is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: ...
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Easter

the Christian celebration of the resurrection of Christ.
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Easter

The day on which Christians celebrate Jesus’ Resurrection from the dead; considered the most holy of all days and the climax of the Church’s liturgical year.
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