hallow

Hallow vs Profane - What's the difference?

hallow | profane |


As verbs the difference between hallow and profane

is that hallow is to make holy, to sanctify or hallow can be to shout, especially to urge on dogs for hunting while profane is .

As a noun hallow

is (archaic|or|dialectal) a saint; a holy person; an apostle or hallow can be a shout, cry; a hulloo.

As an adjective hallow

is .

Hallow vs Holden - What's the difference?

hallow | holden |


As a noun hallow

is (archaic|or|dialectal) a saint; a holy person; an apostle or hallow can be a shout, cry; a hulloo.

As a verb hallow

is to make holy, to sanctify or hallow can be to shout, especially to urge on dogs for hunting.

As an adjective hallow

is .

As a proper noun holden is

(male).

Gallows vs Hallow - What's the difference?

gallows | hallow |


As nouns the difference between gallows and hallow

is that gallows is wooden framework on which persons are put to death by hanging while hallow is (archaic|or|dialectal) a saint; a holy person; an apostle or hallow can be a shout, cry; a hulloo.

As verbs the difference between gallows and hallow

is that gallows is (gallow) while hallow is to make holy, to sanctify or hallow can be to shout, especially to urge on dogs for hunting.

As an adjective hallow is

.

Hallow vs Desecrate - What's the difference?

hallow | desecrate |


In lang=en terms the difference between hallow and desecrate

is that hallow is to make holy, to sanctify while desecrate is (transitive)  to inappropriately change.

As verbs the difference between hallow and desecrate

is that hallow is to make holy, to sanctify or hallow can be to shout, especially to urge on dogs for hunting while desecrate is (transitive)  to profane or violate the sacredness or sanctity of something.

As adjectives the difference between hallow and desecrate

is that hallow is while desecrate is desecrated.

As a noun hallow

is (archaic|or|dialectal) a saint; a holy person; an apostle or hallow can be a shout, cry; a hulloo.

Consecrated vs Hallow - What's the difference?

consecrated | hallow |


As verbs the difference between consecrated and hallow

is that consecrated is (consecrate) while hallow is to make holy, to sanctify or hallow can be to shout, especially to urge on dogs for hunting.

As a noun hallow is

(archaic|or|dialectal) a saint; a holy person; an apostle or hallow can be a shout, cry; a hulloo.

As an adjective hallow is

.

Hallow vs Anoint - What's the difference?

hallow | anoint |


As verbs the difference between hallow and anoint

is that hallow is to make holy, to sanctify or hallow can be to shout, especially to urge on dogs for hunting while anoint is (label) to smear or rub over with oil or an unctuous substance; also, to spread over, as oil.

As a noun hallow

is (archaic|or|dialectal) a saint; a holy person; an apostle or hallow can be a shout, cry; a hulloo.

As an adjective hallow

is .

Hallow vs Dedicate - What's the difference?

hallow | dedicate |


In lang=en terms the difference between hallow and dedicate

is that hallow is to make holy, to sanctify while dedicate is to show to the public for the first time.

As verbs the difference between hallow and dedicate

is that hallow is to make holy, to sanctify or hallow can be to shout, especially to urge on dogs for hunting while dedicate is to set apart for a deity or for religious purposes; consecrate.

As adjectives the difference between hallow and dedicate

is that hallow is while dedicate is (obsolete) dedicated; set apart; devoted; consecrated.

As a noun hallow

is (archaic|or|dialectal) a saint; a holy person; an apostle or hallow can be a shout, cry; a hulloo.

Narrow vs Hallow - What's the difference?

narrow | hallow |


In lang=en terms the difference between narrow and hallow

is that narrow is to get narrower while hallow is to make holy, to sanctify.

As adjectives the difference between narrow and hallow

is that narrow is having a small width; not wide; slim; slender; having opposite edges or sides that are close, especially by comparison to length or depth while hallow is .

As verbs the difference between narrow and hallow

is that narrow is to reduce in width or extent; to contract while hallow is to make holy, to sanctify or hallow can be to shout, especially to urge on dogs for hunting.

As nouns the difference between narrow and hallow

is that narrow is (chiefly|in the plural) a narrow passage, especially a contracted part of a stream, lake, or sea; a strait connecting two bodies of water while hallow is (archaic|or|dialectal) a saint; a holy person; an apostle or hallow can be a shout, cry; a hulloo.

Hallow vs Hallowed - What's the difference?

hallow | hallowed |


As verbs the difference between hallow and hallowed

is that hallow is to make holy, to sanctify or hallow can be to shout, especially to urge on dogs for hunting while hallowed is (hallow).

As adjectives the difference between hallow and hallowed

is that hallow is while hallowed is consecrated or sanctified; sacred, holy.

As a noun hallow

is (archaic|or|dialectal) a saint; a holy person; an apostle or hallow can be a shout, cry; a hulloo.

Halo vs Hallow - What's the difference?

halo | hallow |


As nouns the difference between halo and hallow

is that halo is halo while hallow is (archaic|or|dialectal) a saint; a holy person; an apostle or hallow can be a shout, cry; a hulloo.

As a verb hallow is

to make holy, to sanctify or hallow can be to shout, especially to urge on dogs for hunting.

As an adjective hallow is

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