Eastertide

[ee-ster-tahyd]
noun
1.
Easter time.
2.
the week following Easter.
3.
the 50 days between Easter and Whitsuntide.

Origin:
1100–50; Middle English Estertyde, late Old English Eastren tyde. See Easter, tide1

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Eastertide (ˈiːstəˌtaɪd)
 
n
the Easter season

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This is seen as obligatory at least once a year, during eastertide.
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