Matthew 6:9 "Pray like this; "Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name". ESV
I understand "hagiastheto" is an aorist imperative.
"Beyond the Basics" page 720 describes Ingressive and I guess this word comes in catagory a. Momentary or Single Act.
However I am still not absolutely clear to which category it belongs.
Which of these, if any, might be the best understanding:
May your name be hallowed. [Because sometimes it is not.]
Your name is hallowed. Is already hallowed.
I'm glad your name is hallowed. A rejoicing in it being so.