Pasha

Pȁsha ž <G mn Pȃshā/-ī>
DEFINICIJA
1. jud., v. Pesah
2. kat. blagdan Kristova uskrsnuća, Uskrs
ONOMASTIKA
Pàškval m. os. ime (← mlet.); isto: Pàskal; hip.: Páško; ž. os. imena: Paskvàlina (Paskvalína), Paškvàlina; hip.: Páška (imena se, ob. daju djeci rođenoj na Uskrs)
pr.: Páska (230, Ivanec, Zagorje, Slavonija), Pàskaš (170, Gospić, Ogulin, Lika), Paskíčević (Dubrovnik, Zagreb), Pásko (Koprivnica), Pàskojević (Dubrovnik, Ploče), Pàskota (Zagreb), Pàsković (Dubrovnik, Rijeka, Zagora), Pàskvāli (Split, Omiš), Pàskvalići (Dubrovnik), Paskvàlīn (Šibenik), Paškàlīn (Šibenik, sred. Dalmacija), Páško (Zagreb, Pakrac, Vinkovci, Omiš, Split), Pàškotić (Metković), Páškov (Šibenik, sred. Dalmacija), Paškvàlić (Pazin, Rijeka), Paškvàlīn (Šibenik, Sisak), Pàškvan (290, Rijeka, Delnice)
top.: Pàskaši (Lika)
ETIMOLOGIJA
srlat. pascha ← hebr. pesaḥ

Hrvatski jezični portal. 2014.

  • Pasha — or pacha, formerly bashaw, ( tr. paşa پاشا) (Persian: پاشا) (Armenian: Փաշա) was a high rank in the Ottoman Empire political system, typically granted to governors and generals. As an honorary title, Pasha in one of its various ranks is… …   Wikipedia

  • Pasha — ist: ein Protein im Enzymkomplex Microprocessor complex die englische Schreibweise von Pascha Juliana Pasha (*1980), albanische Sängerin Ahmed Shuja Pasha (1952 ), pakistanischer Geheimdienstler …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Pasha — Pa*sha , n. [Turk. p[=a]sh[=a], b[=a]sh[=a]; cf. Per. b[=a]sh[=a], b[=a]dsh[=a]h; perh. a corruption of Per. p[=a]dish[=a]h. Cf. {Bashaw}, {Padishah}, {Shah}.] An honorary title given to officers of high rank in Turkey, as to governers of… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • pasha — Turkish honorary title formerly given to officers of high rank, 1640s, from Turk. pasha, earlier basha, from bash head, chief (no clear distinction between b and p in Turk.), Earlier in English as bashaw (1530s) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Pasha — m, f Russian: pet form of both Pavel (see PAUL (SEE Paul)) and PRASKOVYA (SEE Praskovya) …   First names dictionary

  • pasha — (also pacha) ► NOUN historical ▪ the title of a Turkish officer of high rank. ORIGIN Turkish …   English terms dictionary

  • pasha — [pə shä′, pä′shə, pash′ə] n. [Turk paşa] Historical in the Ottoman Empire, a) a title of rank or honor placed after the name b) a high civil or military official …   English World dictionary

  • pasha — pashadom, n. /pah sheuh, pash euh, peuh shah , shaw /, n. a title, placed after the name, formerly held by high officials in countries under Turkish rule. Also, pacha. [1640 50; < Turk pasa; see BASHAW] * * * (as used in expressions) Emin Pasha… …   Universalium

  • pasha — Bashaw Ba*shaw , n. [See {Pasha}.] 1. A Turkish title of honor, now written {pasha}. See {Pasha}. [1913 Webster] 2. Fig.: A magnate or grandee. [1913 Webster] 3. (Zo[ o]l.) A very large siluroid fish ({Leptops olivaris}) of the Mississippi… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Pasha — Pacha (titre) Pour les articles homonymes, voir Pacha. Le mot pacha (Turc : paşa, parfois transcrit pascha ou bashaw) vient du persan padshah ou padeshah qui signifie roi. Il définit un office de haut rang dans le système politique de l… …   Wikipédia en Français

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