Pèsah m jud. {{c=0}}židovski blagdan u spomen izlaska židovskog naroda iz egipatskog sužanjstva (bibl. knjiga Izlazak), slavi se osam dana, od 14. do 22. nisana (ožujak/travanj), {{/c}}{{c=1}}usp. {{ref}}Pasha{{/ref}}
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