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- n. Plural form of Pasch.
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Thus Constantine in the letter quoted above protests with horror that the Jews sometimes kept two Paschs in one year, meaning that two Paschs sometimes fell between one equinox and the next.
The two Paschs are the oldest feasts in the calendar.
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