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Easter – Пасха

How to say happy Easter in Russian

 

 

 

Пасха [PAS-ha]

Счастливой Пасхи [shes-LEE-voy PAS-hi]
с Пасхой [s PAS-hoy]

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Пасха [PAS-ha] = Easter – noun, Feminine, Singular, Nominative Case

Счастливой Пасхи [shes-LEE-voy PAS-hi] = Happy Easter
Счастливой [shes-LEE-voy] = happy – adjective, Feminine, Singular, Genitive Case
Пасхи [PAS-hi] = Easter – noun, Feminine, Singular, Genitive Case

с Пасхой [s PAS-hoy] = Happy Easter (literally: with Easter)
с = with – preposition
Пасхой [PAS-hoy] = Easter – noun, Feminine, Singular, Instrumental Case

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How to say happy Easter in Russian
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Пасха [PAS-ha]

Счастливой Пасхи [shes-LEE-voy PAS-hi]
с Пасхой [s PAS-hoy]

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About the word

Пасха [PAS-ha] = Easter – noun, Feminine, Singular, Nominative Case

Счастливой Пасхи [shes-LEE-voy PAS-hi] = Happy Easter
Счастливой [shes-LEE-voy] = happy – adjective, Feminine, Singular, Genitive Case
Пасхи [PAS-hi] = Easter – noun, Feminine, Singular, Genitive Case

с Пасхой [s PAS-hoy] = Happy Easter (literally: with Easter)
с = with – preposition
Пасхой [PAS-hoy] = Easter – noun, Feminine, Singular, Instrumental Case

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Now you know Russian word for Easter.