Usage: usually capitalizedEtymology: Allhallown- (as in Allhallowntide & Allhallownmas, earlier variants of Allhallowtide, Allhallowmas)obsolete : occurring at or near the time of Allhallows
Allhallown summer — Shakespeare
* * *allˈhallˈown, allˈhallˈowen, allˈhollˈown or allˈhallˈond adjective (orig genitive pl of noun; obsolete)(Shakespeare al-hallown summer a spell of fine weather about All Hallows)• • •Main Entry: ↑all
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Allhallown — All hal lown, a. Of or pertaining to the time of Allhallows. [Obs.] Allhallown summer. Shak. (i. e., late summer; Indian Summer ). [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English