Pasach


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Pasach

(pā`săk), in the Bible, Asherite chief.
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F[e]ast of Pasach Wednesday 12th April." The instructions and lists represented the most unequivocal injunctions to the younger generation to uphold Jewish tradition in the New World.
In examining the biblical spring festival, Tyndale observed that two ancient Hebrew words were pronounced the same: the verb pasach or possach, meaning to skip or pass over, and the noun pesach, referring to the lamb sacrifice.
Scholars who hypothesize that the Torah had at least three writers (usually called J, E, and P) from different time periods add that the Hebrew words pasach and pesach have other meanings.