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Definition of the noun Paska

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  1. a rich egg bread traditionally served at Easter in Ukrainian-Canadian families.


Paska is an Easter bread eaten in the Assyrian world, Eastern European countries including Ukraine, south Russia, Romania, Poland, Slovakia, Georgia and parts of Bulgaria. It is also eaten in countries with immigrant populations from Eastern Europe, such as the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.

  • also known as Великодній хліб, Великодня Бабка


Paska a.k.a. Paskahousu is a Finnish card game similar to Shithead. The object of the game is to play higher cards than the previously played cards, first to get replacement cards from the stock pile, and, after the stock pile has exhausted, to get rid of one's cards.


Paska is a Finnish one-man a cappella rock band formed in 1984. Paska is a Finnish word for feces, usually translated as "shit". The band was named such because the idea of the band was to prove that anybody can make music, no matter how "paska" he happens to be.

  • members:
  • albums: "Women Are from Venus, Men from Anus", "Buy Play Throw Away", "Christmas Album", "Heterosapiens", "Super Double Megamaxihits!"

Phrases with Paska

  1. Nacaduba Paska
  2. Nacaduba Subperusia Paska
  3. Subspecies Nacaduba Subperusia Paska

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Paska

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Google previewStreet Food Around the World (2013)

An Encyclopedia of Food and Culture by Bruce Kraig, Colleen Taylor Sen

Paska is a round sweet bread, often with ...

Google previewReal Lace Revisited (2017)

Inside the Hidden World of America’s Irish Aristocracy by James P. MacGuire

Roman Paska is an internationally acclaimed puppeteer and former head of the Institute of Puppet Theatre in Charleville, France. Gregory Hornig is a distinguished neurosurgeon in Kansas City, who as a resident at George Washington ...

Google previewKids Love Canada: Symbols & Communities (2004)

by Vera Trembach

Paska is a traditional bread made at Easter time. Pysanky are decorated eggs. The are decorated using a special tool, beeswax, and ...

Google previewFermented Foods and Beverages of the World (2010)

by Jyoti Prakash Tamang, Kasipathy Kailasapathy

Paska is a special Easter bread that is prominent in Eastern Orthodox Church celebrations. The name of this bread reflects the fact that Jesus was crucified during the Jewish Passover. Paska is a sweet, yeast-leavened bread quite different ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Life Writing (2013)

Autobiographical and Biographical Forms by Margaretta Jolly

Słownik jȩzyka Jana Chryzostoma Paska [Dictionary of Jan Chryzostom Pasek's Language], Wroclaw: Ossolineum, 196573 Koropeckyj, Roman, "The Slap, the Feral Child, and the Steed: Pasek Settles Accounts with Mazepa", ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of American Folklife (2015)

by Simon J Bronner

The baskets contain a paska (round, braided bread), specially made for Easter and representing the cycle of life; the braiding is regarded as a sign of purity or a means of warding off evil. Two strands of dough are twisted in a circle to form the ...

Google previewKoasati Dictionary (1994)

by Geoffrey D. Kimball

Is pa:pal pa:patakko 2s pasp pa:patisk pa:patcikko 3 pa:p pa:patikko lpl palp pa: patkilko 2pl pa:patask pa:pathacikko pa:paslin V2AII vn pa:paska an pa:pasli to dust something. parpatka N saddle. pa:patka ikson ADV bareback. parpatka ...

Google previewCultural Encyclopedia of the Penis (2014)

by Michael Kimmel, Christine Milrod, Amanda Kennedy

European countries serve ver- tical loaves dribbled with white icing, such as the cylindrical kulich from Russia and velikodnia babka and velikodnia paska from Ukraine. Often loaves are taken to churches for blessing. Phallic bread is also ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Food and Nutrition (2009)

by David A. Bender

paskha (paska) Russian; dessert of curd cheese with cream, almonds,

Google previewEncyclopedia of American Food and Drink (2014)

by John F. Mariani

Also “paska.”A sweetened fresh cheese pudding traditional to Russian American Easter, first in American print in 1957. PASSION FRUIT. Also“ passionfruit.” Anyofa variety of fruit ofthe genus Passiflora.The worddates in print to1752.

Google previewDictionary of 1000 Jewish Proverbs (1997)

by David C. Gross

Hadat, c'mo lashon, hee meta ca'asher paska l'hishtanot.

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Paska Meaning

Video shows what paska means. A traditional Ukrainian egg bread, often decorated, used in Easter traditions.. Paska Meaning. How to pronounce, definition ...

Scrabble value of P3A1S1K5A1

The value of this 5-letter word is 11 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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