hullo

hullo

[huh-loh]
interjection, noun, plural hullos, verb (used without object), verb (used with object), hulloed, hulloing.
2.
Chiefly British, hello.
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hello, hallo or hullo (hɛˈləʊ, hə-, ˈhɛləʊ, hɛˈləʊ, hə-, ˈhɛləʊ, hɛˈləʊ, hə-, ˈhɛləʊ)
 
sentence substitute
1.  an expression of greeting used on meeting a person or at the start of a telephone call
2.  a call used to attract attention
3.  an expression of surprise
4.  an expression used to indicate that the speaker thinks his or her listener is naive or slow to realize something: Hello? Have you been on Mars for the past two weeks or something?
 
n , -los
5.  the act of saying or calling "hello"
 
[C19: see hallo]
 
hallo, hallo or hullo
 
sentence substitute
 
n
 
[C19: see hallo]
 
hullo, hallo or hullo
 
sentence substitute
 
n
 
[C19: see hallo]

hullo (hʌˈləʊ)
 
sentence substitute, —n
a variant of hello

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