to make somebody or something holy
to have great respect or reverence for somebody or something
Often the word is associated with the last day of October, which we in the US refer to as Halloween, a shortened form of All Hallows' Eve.
I did not want to hear that I could not set forth to seek Hallows with a fragile and unstable sister in tow.
In Ireland, the name was All Hallows Eve and this name is still used by some older people.
Did you know that it happened, the stone happened, on All Hallows Eve? And the weather was just like this.
She confirmed the date fans will be able to get their hands on Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows on her website.
And again that scent hallows the union of man and earth and awakens in us the only really virile love in this world: ephemeral and noble.
I've got the colossal final book 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows' to finish off, and I'm going to university in September.
Halloween was referred to as All Hallows Eve and dates back to over 2000 years ago.
While Warner Bros. may have preferred a somewhat steadier ride from "Deathly Hallows, " no one's complaining, least of all moviegoers.
The word Halloween comes from All Hallows Eve.