More information: A black cat is associated with the celebration of Halloween. Legend has it that black cats were believed to be reincarnated witches.
Answer: Devil's Night
More information: The Devil's Night does not refer to another name for Halloween. The Devil's Night is the eve before Halloween.
Answer: Masks and Costumes
More information: Ancient Celts had a belief that wearing masks and costumes will serve as camouflage and therefore prevent evil spirits from seeing them.
Answer: Christmas Trees
More information: Christmas trees are not used in decorating homes during Halloween. Christmas trees are used in beautifying homes during the Xmas season.
Answer: Bone and fire
More information: A bonfire can also be referred to as balefire. It originated from the two words Bone and Fire. Bonfire is associated with an ancient Celts celebration where the bones of animals were burnt in order to fend off bad spirits. This practice became associated with Halloween.
Answer: Stingy Jack
More information: Jack-O'-lantern originated from an Irish myth of "Stingy Jack". Legend has it that "Stingy Jack" was the nickname of a man who after his death, was denied entrance to neither Heaven nor Hell. Jack was driven into the gloomy night. In order to brighten up his way, Jack was given a lump of burning coal, which he placed into a carved turnip.
Answer: 31st October
More information: The 31st of October is the day that is widely recognized for the celebration of the Halloween festival in many countries.
Answer: The Shamrock
More information: St. Patrick's Day is widely represented by the Shamrock. This is a three-leafed plant that according to legend was used by Saint Patrick in explaining the concept of the Christian Holy Trinity to pagans from Ireland.
Answer: You're pinched in an affectionate manner
More information: Traditionally, everyone is required to put on green colored clothing and accessories on Saint Patrick's Day so that they become invisible to leprechauns (who can't see green). And since leprechauns like pinching people they see, those who don't wear green are accordingly pinched.
Answer: All Saints' Eve
More information: All Saints' Eve is not another name for Saint Patrick's Day. It is rather an alternative name for for Halloween. The following are alternative names for Saint Patrick's Day: Feast of Saint Patrick, Lá Fhéile Phádraig, Patrick's Day, (St) Paddy's Day and (St) Patty's Day.