- the feast of Allhallows or All Saints' Day, on November 1.
Origin of Hallowmas
Examples from the Web for hallowmas
Historical Examples of hallowmas
The last handful of corn cut down in harvest-field, when it is not shorn before Hallowmas, S. B.An Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language
Now wasna that a bonnie and fearful sight to see beneath the light of the Hallowmas moon?Folk-Lore and Legends
If the reaping finishes after Hallowmas the last corn cut is called the Cailleach (old woman).
- archaic the feast celebrating All Saints' Day