Taster vs Easter - What's the difference?
As a noun taster
is that in which, or by which, anything is tasted, as, a dram cup, a cheese taster, or the like.
As an adjective easter is
That in which, or by which, anything is tasted, as, a dram cup, a cheese taster, or the like.
One who tastes anything, especially food, wine etc., for quality.
(zoology) A kind of zooid situated on the polyp-stem of certain Siphonophora, resembling the feeding zooids, but destitute of mouths.
A person who is, by genetic makeup, able to taste phenylthiocarbamide
- Thy tutor be thy taster , ere thou eat.
(Christianity) A Christian feast commemorating the resurrection of Christ; the first Sunday following the full moon that occurs on or next after the vernal equinox, neither earlier than March 22 nor later than April 25.
(obsolete) The Jewish passover.
* 1526 , William Tyndale, trans. Bible , Mark XIV:
- We spent each of the past five Easters together as a family.
(paganism) A festival held in honour of the goddess Eostre or Ostara and celebrated at the spring equinox or within the month of April. Also known as Eostre.
- After two dayes folowed ester , and the dayes of swete breed.
* Passion Sunday
* Palm Sunday
* Maundy Thursday
* Good Friday