- (archaic) A holy person; a saint.
- All Hallows Eve (or Halloween), the night before All Hallows Day (now more commonly known as "All Saints Day").
- (transitive) To make holy, to sanctify.
- 1847: Come the goblet with something more true<br>Than words we forget in a minute. " (cite book, title=Dramatic Chapters: Poems and Songs, author=Charles Swain, pages=324, date=1847, publisher=D. Bogue)
- alternative spelling of hollow
- 1902:"If the sun were a sphere of its present size and the earth were placed at the center, the moon could .... Such a sphere would hold more than a million balls the size of the earth." — (cite book, title=The Journal of Geography, author=National Council of Geography Teachers (U.S.), date=1902, publisher=National Council for Geographic Education, pages=93)
- 2003:"But it was not a victory." — (cite book, title=To a Different Drummer: A Family's Story, author=George A. Lyall, pages=208, date=2003, publisher=Xlibris Corporation, id=ISBN 1401072860) --!>
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