Since it's Halloween I thought I'd share the word origin of Samhain - also because you're probably saying it wrong.
Samhain is a traditional Irish/Scots/Gaelic festival celebrated around November 1 to mark the end of summer (or the beginning of winter, depending on your source). It's the origin of our celebration of Halloween, and also the most mispronounced Gaelic word I've ever come across. And trust me, that's saying something.
Although if you're really interested there's also a bit of back-and-forth between Scots and Irish Gaelic as to the correct way to pronounce it. Regardless, for my American readers, just FYI - it is not pronounced phonetically. Please don't do that.
For Outlander fans, yes, this is the calendar festival when Claire passes through the stones at Craig na Dun.
For cat people, I have a little black kitty I adopted two years ago on Halloween, who is named Samhain. The boyfriend calls her Fuzzy Face, because that's just easier for him. She is endlessly depressed by this.