Definitions for hallohəˈloʊ
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
hal•lohəˈloʊ(interj.; n.)(pl.)-los or -loas
or hol•lo or hol•loa
(interj.)(used to call or answer someone, or to incite dogs in hunting.)
(n.)the cry “hallo!”
a shout of exultation.
(v.i.)to call with a loud voice; shout.
(v.t.)to incite or chase (something) with shouts and cries of “hallo!”
to cry “hallo” to (someone).
to shout (something).
Origin of hallo:
1560–70; var. of hollo, itself var. of earlier holla < MF hola=ho ahoy +la there
The cry "hallo!"
A shout of exultation.
To shout, or to call with a loud voice.
To chase while shouting "hallo!"
To cry "hallo" (to someone).
To shout (something).
A variant of hello
A cry of surprise.
Origin: * Variant of hollo, which was a variant of holla, from hola, equivalent to ho + la. See also: holler.
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