(A) ** render holy by means of religious rites

(B) being ten more than seventy

(C) have the idea for

(D) in noble manner


Concept note-1: -To hallow is to bless, consecrate, or render holy by means of religious rites, especially significant religious places or the relics of saints. As a noun, hallow means “saint.” The word for our popular holiday Halloween is a shortened form of “All Hallows’ Eve, ” or “All Saints’ Eve, ” which precedes All Saints’ Day.

Concept note-2: -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.

Concept note-3: -Some common synonyms of hallow are consecrate, dedicate, and devote. While all these words mean “to set apart for a special and often higher end, ” hallow, often differing little from dedicate or consecrate, may distinctively imply an attribution of intrinsic sanctity.

Concept note-4: -hollowness noun [U] (EMPTINESS) the quality of having a hole or empty space inside: The hollowness of the cave echoed with every step I took.

Concept note-5: -The name Hallow is both a boy’s name and a girl’s name . Hallow is a word meaning sacred or holy. As the root word for Halloween (orginally All Hallows’ Eve), this name might be an evocative choice for a baby born on or near October 31st.