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nounEnglish Regional, Scottish, Northern
A coloured hard-boiled egg given as an Easter gift; an Easter egg.
Late 17th century; earliest use found in Elisha Coles. From pasch + egg. Compare Dutch paaschei, Middle Low German pāschey, pāscheey. Compare also French oeuf de pâques.
pasch egg/ˈpask ˌɛɡ/
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