Happy Easter from TermCoord!

It smells of Spring…the season of Easter! So lets take a look at some of the interesting terminology used by every country during its Easter celebrations!

Easter gives us many terms connected to the traditions, holy days and feasts from Shrove Tuesday (Pancake Day) at the start of Lent to Pentecost at the end of Eastertide.

If you click on this link, you will find a glossary with all the jargon related to the season, from phrases like “Ash Wednesday” to terms such as “Whitsunday”, along with bunnies, bonnets, eggs, and everything else in between.

 All the TermCoord team wish you a really happy Easter!

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The Terminology Coordination Unit of the European Parliament in Schuman Building on Place de l'Europe, Luxembourg
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