Easter Anagrams To Solve With Answers

Last updated 21 February 2024 by Stephen Lunt
Happy Easter message with bunny rabbit

The season of spring is nearly upon us, which means the Easter holidays are just around the corner. Why not celebrate this holiday with a fun anagram quiz incorporating 12 common words associated with Easter?

I’ve scrambled the letters of every word to create unique anagrams for you to solve. Each word is of varying difficulty, but I’ve provided clues to make this suitable for all ages, from children to adults.

Put your thinking cap on and begin the quiz below. Good luck!

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Easter Anagrams Quiz

Don’t forget, for each word in the quiz, there is a connection to the Easter holidays. This should narrow down available options if you’re struggling.

  1. TEERAS GEG (these are commonly chocolate and hollow)
  2. NNUBY (could be considered a mascot for Easter)
  3. SGRNIP (often marks warmer weather)
  4. GDOO IFDRYA (a day often celebrated when it arrives on a work week)
  5. TNEL (it lasts for 40 days)
  6. SUSEJ (a central religious figure in Christianity)
  7. SOSRC (a symbol used in Christianity)
  8. CUSRIEORRNTE (it involves the rising of something - this one is quite difficult)
  9. ATHCOOCLE (something you might eat around Easter)
  10. UHTN (an activity you may do with children around Easter)
  11. HCCHUR (where you might go at Easter)
  12. RIOXCUICFNI (considered a form of punishment - another hard word)

Once you’ve unscrambled each word, scroll down to view the answers to these anagrams.

Easter Anagrams Answers

Let’s see how well you did. Each answer is listed below with a brief overview of the word.

  1. EASTER EGG - decorative and edible eggs, often made from chocolate and given to children for Easter Sunday.
  2. BUNNY - a rabbit that spreads joy by delivering eggs and treats to children over the holiday period.
  3. SPRING - the season Easter falls in, commonly associated with new life and beginnings.
  4. GOOD FRIDAY - commemorates the day Jesus Christ was crucified and the eventual celebration of his resurrection on Easter Sunday.
  5. LENT - a period of spiritual discipline that leads up to Easter observed by Christians. It often involves giving something up for 40 days.
  6. JESUS - a central religious figure in Christianity. Easter embodies his crucifixion on the cross and resurrection 3 days later.
  7. CROSS - the cross represents how Jesus was crucified and has become a symbol of the Christian faith.
  8. RESURRECTION - symbolises Jesus Christ rising from the dead on the third day after his crucifixion.
  9. CHOCOLATE - a popular sweet treat around Easter time.
  10. HUNT - an Easter hunt is the tradition of searching for hidden eggs, symbolising the joy of discovery and the celebration of new life.
  11. CHURCH - where many Christians will gather over the Easter holidays to partake in celebration and worship.
  12. CRUCIFIXION - represents the solemn and sacrificial act of Jesus Christ’s death on the cross.

Our quiz has now come to an end. Hopefully, you were able to answer most of the questions correctly, or at least make some close guesses. Well done if you managed to get the harder words such as resurrection and crucifixion.

Fun Easter Trivia

To round off our article, I’ve listed some fun facts about Easter you may find interesting or not know of.

  • The world’s largest decorated Easter egg, according to the Guinness World Records, is 16.72m tall and 10.88m wide.
  • In some European countries like Sweden, children dress up as witches and go door to door for candy on Easter Sunday, a tradition called “Easter Witching.”
  • The idea of the Easter bunny first arrived in America in the 1700s from a German immigrant who brought the idea of the “Osterhase,” a hare who would lay colourful eggs.
  • The biggest Easter egg hunt consisted of 501,000 eggs and took place at the Cypress Gardens Adventure Park in Winter Haven, Florida.


Thank you for playing along in our egg-stravagent Easter anagrams quiz. If you enjoyed taking part, please check out our further anagram-related posts and quizzes on our blog for more.

Stephen Lunt is Word Checker's founder and primary content writer. He loves to share his experiences and knowledge of word games through writing and creating handy online tools for players to use.

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