The Angel Moroni appears with a halo made from the wheel of a baby carriage.
The Nintendo 64 had Super Mario 64; the Xbox had halo: Combat Evolved; the Wii had Wii Sports.
Maybe someday, the ARC4 system could even turn your walk to work into a game of halo.
To prove the point, he explains that a halo materialized over his head, never to vanish, hovering there for all to see.
But a few chains have demonstrated the halo effects of (moderately) higher pay.
On the left, on a hill above the lake, a woman (with the moon as halo) gives birth to a child.
She placed him on a dizzy height above her, amid a halo of goodness and grandeur.
With unexpected strength he raised himself, and reached for the dish, which floated before him in a halo made by its own steam.
There is always a ring of land round a town, like a halo round the moon.
They walked with their heads high, erect and smiling, radiating such happiness that they seemed to walk in a halo.
1560s, from Latin halo (nominative halos), from Greek halos "disk of the sun or moon, ring of light around the sun or moon" (also "threshing floor" and "disk of a shield"), of unknown origin. Sense of "light around the head of a holy person or deity" first recorded 1640s. As a verb from 1801.
halo ha·lo (hā'lō)
n. pl. ha·los or ha·loes
A reddish yellow ring surrounding the optic disk, caused by an expansion of the scleral ring that makes the deeper structures visible.
A ring of light surrounding a luminous body.
halo- or hal-