Synonyms for pashalis or Related words with pashalis

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Examples of "pashalis"
Pascale derives from the Latin "paschalis" or "pashalis", which means "relating to Easter",
The album also includes three well-known collaborations including internationally renowned Natasha Atlas and Pashalis Terzis.
Elli Kokkinou first professionally dealt with music in 1990 with the request of the famous Kostas Tournas. Soon after, Kokkinou collaborated with many big names at the clubs such as Antonis Vardis, Tolis Voskopoulos, Anna Vissi, Pashalis Terzis, Glykeria, Eleni Dimou, and many more. At the same time Kokkinou also provided backing vocals for a number of artists' albums.
Gia sena kai gia mena (For you and for me) is a compilation album of songs written by Phoebus (music & lyrics) and Eleni Giannatsoulia (some lyrics) was released by Sony Music. It featured songs numerous Greek singers, such as Sofia Arvaniti, Katy Garbi, Thanos Kalliris, Dionysis Schinas, Pashalis Terzis, Polina, Natassa Pantelidi, Ntinos Vrettos, Petros Kolettis and Lorna.
Pasco is a Cornish form of the name Pascal that derives from the Latin "paschalis" or "pashalis", which means "relating to Easter" from Latin "Pascha" ("Passover", i.e. the Easter Passover). Pascal was introduced into England, as a personal and family name, by the Norman knights after the Conquest started in 1066. Alternative spellings are: Pascoe, Pascow, Pascho.
Pascoal 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 means "to be born on, or to be associated with, Passover day". Since the Hebrew holiday Passover coincides closely with the later Christian holiday of Easter, the Latin word came to be used for both occasions.
Pascal derives from the Latin "paschalis" or "pashalis", which means "relating to Easter", from the Latin term for "Easter", "pascha", Greek Πάσχα, from the Aramaic "pasḥā" (Hebrew "pesach") "Passover" (since the Hebrew holiday Passover coincides closely with the later Christian holiday of Easter, the Latin word came to be used for both occasions).
1999 saw the release of Garbi's platinum album "Doro Theou" () as a dedication to her newborn baby boy Dimitris. Backup vocals by fellow singer Antonis Remos where provided on the song "Anisos Agonas", as well as the vocals of Pashalis Terzis featured on "Sta Deka Metra". Singles from the album included "Doro Theou", "Agkires", and "Aponomi Dikeosinis".
In September 2006, Nino accompanied Natassa Theodoridou on tour to the United States and Canada. For promotion of the album, Nino appereared alongside Elena Paparizou and Pashalis Terzis for a series of concerts at the Iera Odos Club in Athens during the winter season. Following those appearances, the show moved to club "Odeon" in Thessaloniki during the first half of 2007.
Pasqual, like Pasquale (Italian), Pascal (French), Pascoal (Portuguese) and Pascual (Spanish), derives from the Late Latin "paschalis" or "pashalis", which means "relating to Easter" from Latin "pascha" ("Easter"), Greek "Πάσχα", Aramaic "pasḥā", in turn from the Hebrew "pesach", which means "to be born on, or to be associated with, Passover day". Since the Hebrew holiday Passover coincides closely with the later Christian holiday of Easter, the Latin word came to be used for both occasions.
Pascual, like Pasquale/Pasqual/Pascal, 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 means "to be born on, or to be associated with, Passover day". Since the Hebrew holiday Passover coincides closely with the later Christian holiday of Easter, the Latin word came to be used for both occasions. In the Katalani Hebrew tradition the name is given to the first born male child.
Next winter found Dimitris Mpasis in an “alliance” with Pashalis Terzis and Dimitris Mitropanos. This music shape was created at the same time as the announcement by the music company MINOS – EMI that a new album with the name “Dimitris Mpasis” was being released. It was a popular, artistic work from various creators. From the first date of its release it gained the acceptance of public and critics who admired Mpasis’ music personality one more time.
Pasquale is a masculine Italian given name and a surname mainly found in southern Italy. It is a cognate of the French name Pascal, the Spanish Pascual, the Portuguese Pascoal and the Catalan Pasqual. Pasquale 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 "פֶּסַח", which means "to be born on, or to be associated with, Passover day". Since the Hebrew holiday Passover coincides closely with the later Christian holiday of Easter, the Latin word came to be used for both occasions.
It was in this context that the most important theoretical monument of Greek republicanism, "Hellenic Nomarchy", was written. This work, an anonymous tract, was published somewhere in Italy in 1806, under the full title: "Hellenic Nomarchy: a Discourse on Freedom" (). The author was perhaps a merchant who lived in Livorno or Venice, in northern Italy, styling himself "Anonymous Hellene". Several personalities of that time have been suggested, such as Adamantios Korais, Pashalis Donas, Christophoros Perraivos and George Kalaras. However, the author's identity was so well-concealed that even repeated scholarly investigations in recent decades have proven unable to attribute the work.
"Thelo Apopse Na Horepso", composed by Dimitris Zemkos, was the fourth and final single and music video released from the album. It did make its way onto the "Billboard" singles charts, and became quite successful. The music is a catchy tsifteteli with a distinct Modern Laiko feel. Directed by Kostas Kapetanidis, the third single would coincide with Garbi's winter collaboration at Club Iera Odos with Pashalis Terzis, so Kapetanidis decided he would showcase her performance of "Thelo Apopse Na Horepso" within the atmosphere of Club Iera Odos. The video debuted on Mad TV on May 17, 2002.