Easter

Easter, an important festival of the Church commemorating the resurrection of Christ; held on the first Sunday after the first full moon of the calendar which happens on or next after 21st of March, and constituting the beginning of the ecclesiastical year; the date of it determines the dates of other movable festivals; derives its name from Eastre, a Saxon goddess, whose festival was celebrated about the same time, and to which many of the Easter customs owe their origin.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Eastbourne * Eastern States
Earl
Earl Marshal
Earlom, Richard
Earlston
Early English
Earth Houses
Earthly Paradise
East India Company
East River
Eastbourne
Easter
Eastern States
Eastlake, Sir Charles Lock
Eastwick, Edward Backhouse
Eau Creole
Eau-de-Cologne
Ebal, Mount
Eberhard, Johann August
Ebers, George Moritz
Ebert, Karl Egon
Ebionites

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Easter in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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Agard, Arthur
Aidan
Aldhelm, St.
Alfred, The Great
Allam, Andrew
Anatolius
Anderson, Sir Edmund
Andrada, Diego De Payva D'
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