Hallow (קָדִשׁ, in Piel; ἀγνιάζω, to render sacred, set apart, consecrate (Ex 28:38; Ex 39:1; Le 22:2; Nu 5:10). The English word is from the Saxon, and is properly to make holy; hence hallowed persons, things, places, rites, etc.; hence also the name, power, dignity of God is hallowed, that is, reverenced as holy (Mt 6:9). SEE HOLY.

Definition of hallow

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