- Samhain (Samhuinn) is Gaelic for "summers end," and means "Hallowtide.
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- Feb 7, 2011 Number of days: 30. Birthstone: Topaz. It doesn't matter which hemisphere you live in, the first of November marks what is known as Hallowtide.
- Samhain means "Hallow-tide" (the holiday), probably from roots meaning " summer's end;" [source: McBain's Etymological.
- The Tuatha de Dannan Alfred Nutt
- May 23, 2011 Hallowtide—at the close, that is, of the autumn and beginning of the winter season — the ancient.
- The Hallow's Tide
- Oct 21, 2010 The secularized holiday of Halloween is a holy and sacred night where ancestors are honored for many Pagans.
- Catholic Cuisine: Fasting and Feasting During Hallowtide
- Oct 27, 2010 This coming week, on October 31st thru November 2nd, the Church will be celebrating "Hallowtide" (also known as "Days of the Dead").
- The Book of Hallowe'en: Chapter XIV: More Hallowtide Beliefs and
- MORE HALLOWTIDE BELIEFS AND CUSTOMS. ONLY the Celts and the Teutonics celebrate an occasion actually like our Hallowe'en.
- Hallowtide - Shire of Blackwater
- Hallowtide V. Hear ye, Hear ye! Greetings unto the populace of our glorious Kingdom of Æthelmearc!
- Nov 2, 2009 The tradition of the Hallowtide season, beginning with Halloween on 31 October. Photography by Wolf Kettler.
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