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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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A molded Russian dessert of cheese, cream, candied fruit and almonds, usually served for Easter.

Usage examples (4)
  • PAQUE n.f. from the Greek "paskha," and from the Hebrew "pessah" passage 1. Fête annuelle juive qui commémore la sortie d'Egypt du peuple hébreu....
  • They served wonderful food - beef Stroganov, chicken Kiev, paskha, blini and caviar, sturgeon in jelly.
  • They also eat "tvorog" (milk curds) and raisins and sugar all set in a form, which white, moulded convection is also called "paskha".
  • Any minute now the Easter matins will start; in our cell everything is clean, and on our large common table standkulichi and paskha, a huge "X.B." for more
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