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Easter Day - Vocabulary

Added by Tomasz H. 17 April 2014 in category: English, Lexicon

Egg

The oval object with a hard shell that is produced by female birds, especially chickens, eaten as food

Bunny/Rabbit

A small animal with long ears and large front teeth that moves by jumping on its long back legs

Good Friday

The Friday before Easter Sunday, on which the Crucifixion of Jesus Christ is commemorated in the Christian Church

The Last Supper

According to Christian belief, The Last Supper is the final meal that Jesus Christ shared with his Twelve Apostles

Easter Bunny

An imaginary rabbit said to bring gifts to children at Easter

Chick

A baby bird, especially a young chicken

Chicken

A type of bird kept on a farm for its eggs or its meat

Easter card

A card, often with a photograph or picture on one side, which can be sent at Easter without an envelope

Sheep

A farm animal with thick wool that eats grass and is kept for its wool, skin, and meat

Basket

a light container, often with a handle, that is made of thin strips of wood, metal, or plastic twisted together, used for carrying things

Flower

The part of a plant that is often brightly coloured and has a pleasant smell

Celebration

The act of celebrating something

Dye

To change the colour of something using a special liquid

Crucifixion

to kill someone by tying or fastening them with nails to a cross and leaving them there to die

Worshipper

Someone who worships and performs religious ceremonies to a particular god or object

Tomb

A large stone structure or underground room where someone, especially an important person, is buried

Tulip

A plant with a large, brightly coloured, bell-shaped flower on a stem

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