Meaning of pasch egg in English:

pasch egg

Pronunciation /ˈpask ˌɛɡ/

noun

dialect British, Scottish
  • A coloured hard-boiled egg given as an Easter gift; an Easter egg.

    Such eggs were traditionally rolled down a hill or slope before being eaten.

Origin

Late 17th century; earliest use found in Elisha Coles. From pasch + egg. Compare Dutch paaschei, Middle Low German pāschey, pāscheey.