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hal·low / ˈhalō/ • v. [tr.] honor as holy: the Ganges is hallowed as a sacred, cleansing river| [as adj.] (hallowed) hallowed ground. ∎ formal make holy; consecrate. ∎  [as adj.] (hallowed) greatly revered or respected: in keeping with a hallowed family tradition. • n. archaic a saint or holy person.

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hallow1 saint. OE. hālga, sb. use of definite form of hāliġ HOLY; obs. exc. as in ALL HALLOWS, (Sc.) Hallowe'en (XVIII), (hist.) Hallowmas (XIV; see MASS1).

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hallow2 make or regard as holy, consecrate, bless. OE. hālgian = OS. hēlagōn, OHG. heilagōn (G. heiligen), ON. helga; Gmc. vb. f. *χāilaʒ- HOLY.

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hallow3 shout so as to incite hounds. XIV. prob. — OF. halloer, imit. of shouting.

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