Halloween [hal-uh-ween, -oh-een, hol-]
1. the evening of October 31; the eve of All Saints' Day; Allhallows Eve: observed especially by children in costumes who solicit treats, often by threatening minor pranks.
Origin: 1550-60; (All)hallow(s) + e(v)en
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