hallow

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Synonyms for hallow

to give over by or as if by vow to a higher purpose

to make sacred by a religious rite

Synonyms for hallow

render holy by means of religious rites

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This is further supported by the historical as well as synchronic evidence of affixes: nehsta is the superlative form and -ig in halig is the adjectival ending.
amp; paette acenned nascetur sanctum uuirdit heilag, bid halig vocabitur filius dei.
El: 195) Him [eth]a gleawhydig ludas onewae[eth], haele[eth] hildedeor, him woes halig gast befolen faeste, fyrhat lufu .
adune andlang pinra hleora on paes halig ryftes tacnunge"), drawing a beard stands for a layman (126) ("mid ealre hande be pinum cynne nime swilce pu pe be bearde niman wille"), a headband represents a laywoman (127) ("mid fore weardum fingrum pin fore wearde heafod fram pam anum earan to pon oprum on bindan taecne"), and a crown, the king (118) ("eallum fingrum on cynhelmes tacne").
17) he oerest gesceop ylda bearnum heofon to hrofe, halig scyppend, middangearde mancynnes weard; ece drihten oefter tida firum on foldum, frea oelmyhtig.
1 'the son of David' (4) de spiritu sancto of halig gaast 1.