translation, NOVEMBER @translate.google.com from Irish
Samhain is Irish Gaelic for “summer’s end.” The standard Irish pronunciation is “sow-in” with the “ow” like in “cow.” Other pronunciations that follow with the many Gaelic dialects include “sow-een” “shahvin” “sowin” (with “ow” like in “glow”). The Scots Gaelic spelling is “Samhuin” or “Samhuinn.”https://xyuandbeyond.com/samhain-in-ireland/
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WHAT TO DO IN THE EVENT SANTA CLAUS (SINTERKLAAS) CHOOSES TO BE ONESELF DRESSED FOR HALLOWEEN!?!
DAMN CREEKERS®! DID Y’ALL SEE THE FULL HARVEST MOON SET AT SUNRISE last year, I wonder what it’s going to look like this year? WOW, WHAT A SUN MOON WE SAW (LOL saw when), THAT WAS TOTALLY WICKED! LOOKING FORWARD TO IT COMING BACK AROUND again this year and all the years to come.
SAMHAIN! There are how many days left ’til YULE? 61!!!