Yes, the KJV mentions the word 'Easter' once. But the context (ALWAYS put it in context!) is that it was (and, alas, still is) coincidental with the Passover feast by a day or two... King Herod and his Herodian followers (Greek pagans or phony Hebrew worshippers) celebrated a pagan feast during the week of the Passover that is called "Easter" to this very day. The Vatican adopted it. King Herod in public partook of Passover so as not to offend the religious Jews. He was a shrewd politician. As for the root word for Easter? Easter is derived from the Babylonian idol name, Ishtar. The same idol was imaged in stone, wood or metal as a women (a 'virgin') holding a baby; sound familiar? The Ancient Egyptians, Assyrians, Hittites, Greeks, Romans all had their version of the same idol. Should we celebrate Easter Sunday? ANSWER; Celebrate it as Resurrection Sunday, not like Herod and his Herodians who celebrated that "first day of the Jewish week during the days of the Passover feast" as part of their (discreet) Easter pagan worship. As for bunnies and eggs? Those were part of the Ishtar (Easter) pagan worship. As for Good Friday? Listen to what Almighty Lord Jesus said: Matthew 12:40. It should be GOOD THURSDAY! The Jewish calendar supports this. That Wednesday was the Last Supper. It was THREE (daylight hour) days (Thursday, Friday, Saturday) (Jewish calendar and days THREE nights (Thursday sunset to Friday sunrise,  Friday sunset to Saturday sunrise,  Saturday sunset to Sunday sunrise) It all fits. Jesus' words are confirmed again! As they always are. BTW, it perfectly fits with the religious Jewish feast days.