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Deutsche Osterlachen Synonyme

Englische Easter laughter Synonyme

Easter  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  Whit-Tuesday  White Sunday  Whitmonday  Whitsun  Whitsunday  Whitsuntide  Whitweek  
easterly  E  Euroclydon  Tehuantepec wind  Tehuantepecer  antarctic  arctic  austral  bise  boreal  east  east wind  eastabout  eastbound  easter  eastermost  eastern  easternmost  eastward  eastwardly  eastwards  gregale  hyperborean  levanter  meridional  mistral  north  north wind  northbound  northeast  northeaster  northeasterly  northeastern  norther  northerly  northern  northernmost  northwest  northwester  northwesterly  northwestern  occidental  oriental  south  south wind  southbound  southeast  southeaster  southeasterly  southeastern  souther  southerly  southerly buster  southern  southernmost  southwest  southwester  southwesterly  southwestern  tramontane  west  west wind  westbound  wester  westerly  western  westernmost  

Osterlachen Definition

Easter
(n.) An annual church festival commemorating Christ's resurrection, and occurring on Sunday, the second day after Good Friday. It corresponds to the pasha or passover of the Jews, and most nations still give it this name under the various forms of pascha, pasque, paque, or pask.
Easter
(n.) The day on which the festival is observed
Easter
(v. i.) To veer to the east
Laughter
(v. i.) A movement (usually involuntary) of the muscles of the face, particularly of the lips, with a peculiar expression of the eyes, indicating merriment, satisfaction, or derision, and usually attended by a sonorous and interrupted expulsion of air from the lungs. See Laugh, v. i.

Easter laughter Bedeutung

laughter the activity of laughing, the manifestation of joy or mirth or scorn, he enjoyed the laughter of the crowd
Easter bunny a rabbit that delivers Easter eggs
Easter card a card expressing an Easter greeting
laugh
laughter
the sound of laughing
Easter egg a colored hard-boiled egg used to celebrate Easter
Easter egg an egg-shaped candy used to celebrate Easter
Mainer
Down Easter
a native or resident of Maine
east wind
easter
easterly
a wind from the east
southeaster
sou'easter
a strong wind from the southeast
Nepal trumpet flower
Easter lily vine
Beaumontia grandiflora
evergreen woody twiner with large glossy leaves and showy corymbs of fragrant white trumpet-shaped flowers
Easter cactus
Hatiora gaertneri
Schlumbergera gaertneri
spring-blooming South American cactus with oblong joints and coraled flowers, sometimes placed in genus Schlumbergera
Easter daisy
stemless daisy
Townsendia Exscapa
dwarf tufted nearly stemless herb having a rosette of woolly leaves and large whiteayed flower heads and bristly achenes, central Canada and United States west to Arizona
Easter lily
Bermuda lily
white trumpet lily
Lilium longiflorum
tall lily have large white trumpet-shaped flowers that bloom in the spring
Easter a Christian celebration of the Resurrection of Christ, celebrated on the Sunday following the first full moon after the vernal equinox
Easter Sunday
Easter Day
the day (in March or April) on which the festival of Easter is celebrated
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Osterlachen , auch Ostergelächter, bezeichnet den Brauch, in der Predigt an Ostern die Teilnehmer an einem Gottesdienst zum Lachen zu bringen. In einigen Regionen ? vor allem in Bayern ? war es vom 14. bis 19. Jahrhundert ein fester Bestandteil des christlichen Brauchtums.