Origin of hallow
OTHER WORDS FROM hallowhal·low·er, noun
How to use hallow in a sentence
And we also have some good works, of Thy gift, but not eternal; after them we trust to rest in Thy great hallowing.The Confessions of Saint Augustine|Saint Augustine
The heavy dew which brightened and refreshed the young and tender green of all growing things was holy and hallowing.The Mysteries of All Nations|James Grant
This is the true religion, hallowing the poet's gifts and inviting them to celebrate and express it.
He moved through the town, with his white hair and somewhat staid and dignified demeanour, as a hallowing presence.The Preacher and His Models|James Stalker
His lips fastened on hers, and hallowing fire streamed through his frame.