Allhallows

[ awl-hal-ohz ]

Origin of Allhallows

1
First recorded before 1000; from the obsolete noun hallow in the sense “holy person, saint”; cf. Allhallowmas

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British Dictionary definitions for Allhallows

Allhallows

/ (ˌɔːlˈhæləʊz) /


noun
  1. a less common term for All Saints' Day

  2. Allhallows Eve a less common name for Halloween

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