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How to say EASTER in 50 languages with Europe in a Day!

Happy Easter everyone!

There are many different customs and observances linked to celebrating Easter around the continent, ranging from religious services, folk traditions and more modern, secular activities – more often than not including a lot of chocolate! There are even different times to celebrate it, as Eastern Rite churches generally celebrate Easter several weeks later than Western Rite churches.

However you celebrate, here is how to say Easter in the 50 languages of Europe in a Day!

  1. Albanian – Pashkët
  2. Arabic – عيد الفصح (Eid alfash)
  3. Armenian – Զատիկ (Zatik)
  4. Azerbaijani – Pasxa
  5. Basque – Pazkoa
  6. Belarusian – Вялікдзень (Vyalikdjen’)
  7. Bulgarian – Великден (Velikden)
  8. Catalan – Pasqua
  9. Croatian – Uskrs
  10. Czech – Velikonoce
  11. Danish – Påske
  12. Dutch – Pasen
  13. Estonian – Ülestõusmispühad
  14. Faroese – Páskir
  15. Finnish – Pääsiäinen
  16. French – Pâques
  17. Georgian – აღდგომა (A’dgoma)
  18. German – Ostern
  19. Greek – Πάσχα (Páskha)
  20. Greenlandic – Poorski
  21. Hungarian – Húsvét
  22. Icelandic – Páskar
  23. Irish Gaelic – Cáisc
  24. Italian – Pasqua
  25. Jèrriais – Pâques
  26. Latin – Pascha
  27. Latvian – Lieldienas
  28. Lithuanian – Velykos
  29. Low German – Oostern
  30. Luxembourgish – Ouschteren
  31. Macedonian – Велигден (Veligden)
  32. Maltese – Għid il-Kbir
  33. Manx – Chaisht
  34. Monégasque – Pasca
  35. Northern Sami – Beassážat
  36. Norwegian – Påske
  37. Polish – Wielkanoc
  38. Portuguese – Páscoa
  39. Romanian – Paști
  40. Russian – Пасха (Paskha)
  41. Scots Gaelic – A’ Chàisg
  42. Serbian – Ускрс (Uskrs)
  43. Slovak – Veľká noc
  44. Slovene – Velika noč
  45. Spanish – Pascua
  46. Swedish – Påsk
  47. Swiss German – Oschtere
  48. Turkish – Paskalya
  49. Ukrainian – Великдень (Velikden’)
  50. Welsh – Pasg

Author: James Scanlan
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