Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A Middle English variant of pace.
  • noun Same as pasch.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun obsolete Pace.
  • noun Local, U. S. The Easter festival.
  • noun See Easter egg, under Easter.

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Examples

  • Miles away from limelight, the three real 'paas' in Haridwar district in Uttarakhand are facing trauma, doubled with social stigma, reports

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  • Miles away from limelight, the three real 'paas' in Haridwar district in Uttarakhand are facing trauma, doubled with social stigma, reports

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  • Miles away from limelight, the three real 'paas' in Haridwar district in Uttarakhand are facing trauma, doubled with social stigma, reports

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  • Dono drop ho gaye to hamare paas rebound mein aya.

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  • I have a lot of rich friends, par unka crore unke paas.

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  • I have a lot of rich friends, par unka crore unke paas.

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  • Dekho hum tum dono hain ek dali ke phool maein na bhoola tu kaise mujhko gai bhool aa mere paas aa keh jo kehna hai ek hazaron mein ...

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  • Ye na jaana duniya ne tu hai kyon udaas teri pyaari aankhon mein pyar ki hai pyaas aa mere paas aa keh jo kehna hai ek hazaron mein ...

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  • SPT: *eggs*tra special worship. lunch with family and friends. children filled with excitement and joy. hunting eggs. paas kits. candy. a sunny spring afternoon. naps. delightful.

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  • SPT: *eggs*tra special worship. lunch with family and friends. children filled with excitement and joy. hunting eggs. paas kits. candy. a sunny spring afternoon. naps. delightful.

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  • Paas is a brand of Easter egg dye.

    The original PAAS Easter egg dye was invented by an American named William Townley.

    Mr. Townley was an owner of a drug store in Newark, New Jersey, where he concocted recipes for home products. In the late 1800s, he developed a recipe for Easter egg dye tablets of five different colors.

    The original price of each tablet was five cents and customers would make the dye by combining the tablets with water and vinegar.

    Townley eventually renamed his business the PAAS Dye Company. The name PAAS comes from “Passen,�? the word that the Pennsylvania Dutch people used for Easter.

    _Wikipedia

    February 19, 2008