Pesach

(a) Passover, seven-day festival beginning on 15 Nissan, commemorating the Exodus from Egypt; (b) the sacrifice offered on the eve of that holiday
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Pesach

Festival commemorative the Exodus from Egypt. One of the three biblical pilgrim festivals. Pesach is celebrated in the spring.
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Pesach

In Judaism, an eight-day spring festival that commemorates the Exodus of...
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Pesach

In Judaism, an eight-day spring festival that commemorates the Exodus of the Israelite slaves from Egypt and the ten plagues sent to Egypt by God. In particular, it remembers the passing over, by the Angel of Death, of the Jewish houses, so that only the Egyptian firstborn sons were killed in retribution for the pharaoh's murder of all Jewi...
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Pesach

Passover, an eight day festival celebrating G-d's deliverance of the Jews when they were slaves in Egypt. The first two days and the last two days of Pesach are observed as holy days. The in between days are termed Chol Hamo'ed
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Pesach

Passover.
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