Samain



noun
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Samhain.
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a festival of the ancient Celts, held around November 1 to celebrate the beginning of winter.
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1.
an ancient Celtic festival held on Nov 1 to mark the beginning of winter and the beginning of a new year. It is also celebrated by modern pagans
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October 31, Halloween; a day of celebration for Wiccans and other pagans; also called November Eve , Hallowe’en , Feast of Souls , Feast of the Dead

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