- noun the last two weeks of Lent.
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Passiontide — (in the Christian liturgical year) is a name for the last two weeks of Lent, beginning on Passion Sunday and ending on Holy Saturday.In the Roman Catholic Church, all crucifixes and images may be covered in veils (usually violet, the colour of… … Wikipedia
Passiontide — • The two weeks between Passion Sunday and Easter. Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Passiontide Passiontide † … Catholic encyclopedia
Passiontide — Pas sion*tide , n. [Passion + tide time.] The last fortnight of Lent. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Passiontide — [pash′əntīd΄] n. former name for the two week period before Easter … English World dictionary
Passiontide — noun Date: 1847 the last two weeks of Lent … New Collegiate Dictionary
Passiontide — /pash euhn tuyd /, n. the two week period from Passion Sunday to Holy Saturday. [1840 50; PASSION + TIDE1] * * * … Universalium
Passiontide — noun The period in the Christian calendar from Passion Sunday to Holy Saturday … Wiktionary
Passiontide — Pas•sion•tide [[t]ˈpæʃ ənˌtaɪd[/t]] n. rel the two week period from Passion Sunday to Holy Saturday • Etymology: 1840–50 … From formal English to slang
Passiontide — /ˈpæʃəntaɪd/ (say pashuhntuyd) noun the last two weeks of Lent from Passion Sunday to Holy Saturday … Australian English dictionary
passiontide — n. the last two weeks of Lent … Useful english dictionary