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? WOW, WHAT A SUN MOON WE SAW, THAT WAS TOTALLY WICKED! LOOKING FORWARD TO IT COMING BACK AROUND THIS EVENING.
SAMHAIN! There are how many days left ’til YULE?