Pascale

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Not to be confused with Pascal's calculator, invented by Blaise Pascal, which is occasionally known as the Pascale.
For the Italian wine grape, see Pascale (grape).
Pascale
Pronunciation pahs-KALL
Gender feminine
Origin
Word/name Latin
Meaning from Latin Paschalis, associated with Passover (or Easter)
Other names
Related names Pascal, Pascale, Paschal, Paschalis, Pascoe, Pascual, Pasqual, Pasquale

Pascale is a common Francophone given name, feminine form of the name Pascal, and an Italian masculine given name, ancient form of Pasquale (Paschale). Pascale is also a surname found in Italy.

Pascale derives from the Latin paschalis or pashalis, which means "relating to Easter", from Latin pascha ("Easter"), Greek Πάσχα, Aramaic pasḥā, in turn from the Hebrew pesach, which is the name of the festival of Passover. Since the Jewish holiday Passover coincides closely with the later Christian holiday of Easter, the Latin word came to be used for both occasions.

The names Paschal, Pasqual, Pasquale, Pascal, Pascha, Pascual, Pascoe and Pasco are all masculine variations of feminine Pascale.

People with the name Pascale include:

Given name[edit]

Pascal (m) or Pascale (f) is stending for the Lent, the Period of Jesus crossing till his resurrection, not only the Easter.

Surname[edit]

Pascale
Family name
Meaning related to Easter
Region of origin Italy, Neo-Latin Languages
Related names Paschal, De Pascale, De Pascal, Pasquale, Pasqual, Pascual, Pascalis