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Meaning of EASTER

Pronunciation:  'eestur

Matching Terms:  easter bunny, easter cactus, easter card, easter daisy, easter day, easter egg, easter egging, easter lily, easter lily vine, easter sunday, easterling, easterly, eastern, eastern catholicism, eastern chimpanzee, eastern chinquapin, eastern chipmunk, eastern church, eastern coral snake, eastern cottontail, eastern cottonwood, eastern cricket frog, eastern dasyure, eastern fence lizard, eastern flowering dogwood, eastern fox squirrel, eastern gray squirrel, eastern ground snake, eastern hemisphere, eastern hemlock, eastern hop hornbeam, eastern indigo snake, eastern kingbird, eastern lowland gorilla, eastern malayo-polynesian, eastern meadowlark, eastern narrow-mouthed toad, eastern orthodox, eastern orthodox church, eastern pasque flower, eastern pipistrel, eastern poison oak, eastern red cedar, eastern red-backed salamander, eastern roman empire, eastern samoa, eastern silvery aster, eastern sioux, eastern spruce, eastern standard time, eastern time, eastern turki, eastern united states, eastern washington university, eastern white pine, eastern woodrat, easterner, easternmost, eastertide

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 Definition: Dreaming about Easter, suggests that the worst of your problems are over. You will experience joy again after a period of darkness and sadness. You need to walk with your head held high and stop being ashamed. Alternatively, the dream symbolizes resurrection and spiritual rebirth.
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 Related Terms: Advent, Allhallowmas, Allhallows, Allhallowtide, Annunciation, Annunciation Day, Ascension Day, Ash Wednesday, Candlemas, Candlemas Day, Carnival, Christmas, Corpus Christi, Easter Monday, Easter Saturday, Easter Sunday, Eastertide, Ember days, Epiphany, Good Friday, Halloween, Hallowmas, Holy Thursday, Holy Week, Lady Day, Lammas, Lammas Day, Lammastide, Lent, Lententide, Mardi Gras, Martinmas, Maundy Thursday, Michaelmas, Michaelmas Day, Michaelmastide, Palm Sunday, Pancake Day, Passion Week, Pentecost, Quadragesima, Quadragesima Sunday, Septuagesima, Shrove Tuesday, Trinity Sunday, Twelfth-day, Twelfth-tide, White Sunday, Whitmonday, Whitsun, Whitsunday, Whitsuntide, Whit-Tuesday, Whitweek