from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. the Sunday next after Easter; -- popularly so called.
  • n.

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  • n. the Sunday following Easter


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  • Mentioned in the following portion of the definition for Whitsuntide from the Century:

    "Whitsuntide, along with Easter, was one of the two great seasons for baptism in the ancient church, and received the name of White Sun-day (Dominica Alba) from the albs or white robes of the newly baptized, as Low Sunday was also called Alb-Sunday (Dominica post Albas or in Albis depositis)."

    January 6, 2012