Pascoe is a Cornish form of Pascal and means “Easter.” This name was introduced to England by Norman knights after the Conquest in 1066. It is derived from the Latin word paschalis, which means “related to Easter.” Pasco, Pascow, and Pascho are alternative spellings of the name. Pascoe is a great choice to share your beliefs with baby, or to honor the growth and revival associated with the spring season.
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