gratitude or adoration. Rev. xix. 1 (Rev. Ver.)

So sung they, and the empyrean rung
With Hallelujahs.

In those days, as St. Jerome tells us,"any one as he walked in the fields, might hear the plowman at his hallelujahs."

(Hal`le*lu*jat"ic) a. Pertaining to, or containing, hallelujahs. [R.]

(Hal"liard) n. See Halyard.

(Hal"li*dome) n. Same as Halidom.

(Hal"li*er) (hal"li*er or h&addl"yer), n. [From Hale to pull.] A kind of net for catching birds.

(Hall"-mark`) n. The official stamp of the Goldsmiths' Company and other assay offices, in the United Kingdom, on gold and silver articles, attesting their purity. Also used figuratively; — as, a word or phrase lacks the hall-mark of the best writers.

(Hal*loa") See Halloo.

(Hal*loo") n. [Perh. fr. ah + lo; cf. AS. eala, G. halloh, F. haler to set (a dog) on. Cf. Hollo, interj.] A loud exclamation; a call to invite attention or to incite a person or an animal; a shout.

List! List! I hear
Some far off halloo break the silent air.

(Hal*loo"), v. i. [imp. & p. p. Hallooed (-l&oomacd"); p. pr. & vb. n. Hallooing.] To cry out; to exclaim with a loud voice; to call to a person, as by the word halloo.

Country folks hallooed and hooted after me.
Sir P. Sidney.

(Hal*loo"), v. t.

1. To encourage with shouts.

Old John hallooes his hounds again.

2. To chase with shouts or outcries.

If I fly . . . Halloo me like a hare.

3. To call or shout to; to hail. Shak.

(Hal*loo"), interj. [OE. halow. See Halloo, n.] An exclamation to call attention or to encourage one.

(Hal"low) v. t. [imp. & p. p. Hallowed(-lod); p. pr. & vb. n. Hallowing.] [OE. halowen, halwien, halgien, AS. halgian, fr. halig holy. See Holy.] To make holy; to set apart for holy or religious use; to consecrate; to treat or keep as sacred; to reverence. "Hallowed be thy name." Matt. vi. 9.

Hallow the Sabbath day, to do no work therein.
Jer. xvii. 24.

His secret altar touched with hallowed fire.

In a larger sense . . . we can not hallow this ground [Gettysburg].
A. Lincoln.

(Hal`low*een") n. The evening preceding Allhallows or All Saints' Day. [Scot.] Burns.

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