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Borrowed from Russian па́сха (pásxa), from Па́сха (Pásxa, Easter). Doublet of Pesach.

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paskha (paska)

paskha (countable and uncountable, plural paskhas)

  1. A traditional Eastern Orthodox Easter dessert, made from curd.

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