or Sa·main, sa·mh'in
Origin of Samhain
Examples from the Web for samhain
The shadows of the dead gather round at Samhain time to see is there any one among their friends saying a few Masses for them.
The second battle took place twenty-seven years after the first, on Samhain.The Religion of the Ancient Celts|J. A. MacCulloch
Their repose of manner may come from modern France; at least so held Mr. Yeats, pointing to such a source in "Samhain" of 1902.Irish Plays and Playwrights|Cornelius Weygandt
Mother: I must make my feast all the same, for Samhain night is more to me than to any other one.Seven Short Plays|Lady Gregory
And any one that came to her house at Samhain time might stay till Beltaine, and have his choice then to go or to stay.Gods and Fighting Men|Lady I. A. Gregory