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All-hallown Summer


The second summer, or the summerly time which sets in about All-Hallows-tide. Called by the French, Lʹété de St. Martin (from October 9th to November 11th). Also called St. Luke’s Summer (St. Luke’s Day is October 18th). The Indian summer. Shakespeare uses the term—

“Farewell, thou latter spring; farewell, All-hallown Summer!”

I Henry IV. i. 2.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Al Rakim (pronounce Rah-keem)
Al-Sirat (Arabian, the path)
All and Some
All and Sundry
All cannot do all
All Fools Day (April 1st)
All Fours
All-hallown Summer
All Hallow’s Day (November 1st)
All Hallows Eve
All in all
All in the Wrong
All is lost
All is not gold that glitters or glisters
All my Eye (and) Betty Martin
All one
All Saints