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Helloween

Incorrect spelling, explanation: this form is a misspelling, because the word halloween doesn’t come from word hello, but hallow, which in Old English meant someone saint. Halloween is a modern name for Scottish all hallows eve. Therefore helloween is a mistake.


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Halloween

Correct spelling, explanation: the word Halloween comes from Old English word hallow, which meant a saint person. The full word is a short form from Scottish allhallow-evenall saints eve. Therefore the correct form is Halloween, not helloween (which is probably a misspelling connected with word hello).

Definition of Halloween:
noun, the Eve of All Saints’ Day, evening of October 31
I always dress up as a superhero for Halloween.
Halloween is my favourite day in the whole year.


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Hallowen

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Halowen

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Haloween

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