To hallow is “to make holy or sacred, to sanctify or consecrate, to venerate”. The adjective form hallowed, as used in The Lord’s Prayer, means holy, consecrated, sacred, or revered. The noun form hallow, as used in Hallowtide, is a synonym of the word saint.
A saint; a holy person; an apostle.
“All Hallows Eve (or Halloween), the night before All Hallows Day (now more commonly known as “All Saints Day”).”
A shout, cry; a hulloo.
To make holy, to sanctify.
To shout, especially to urge on dogs for hunting.
A small valley between mountains.
“He built himself a cabin in a hollow high up in the Rockies.”
A sunken area or unfilled space in something solid; a cavity, natural or artificial.
“the hollow of the hand or of a tree”
A sunken area.
A feeling of emptiness.
“a hollow in the pit of one’s stomach”
to make a hole in something; to excavate
To urge or call by shouting; to hollo.
Having an empty space or cavity inside.
“a hollow tree; a hollow sphere”
Distant, reverberating, as if in a hollow space; dull, muffled; often low-pitched.
“He let out a hollow moan.”
Without substance; having no real or significant worth; meaningless.
“a hollow victory”
Insincere, devoid of validity; specious.
“a hollow promise”
concave; gaunt; sunken.
pertaining to hollow body position
Completely, as part of the phrase beat hollow or beat all hollow.
alternative form of hollo
honour as holy
“the Ganges is hallowed as a sacred, cleansing river”
make holy; consecrate
“the priest hallowed the wine”
“a theatre is a sort of church, hallowing the land on which it sits by its very presence”
a saint or holy person.