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Interjection: hullo  hu'low
  1. A call for response if it is not clear whether anyone is present or listening
    - hello, hallo
  2. Used sarcastically to imply that something is foolish or unrealistic
    - hello, hallo
  3. Used as a greeting
    - aloha [US, informal], g'day [Austral, informal], greetings, hi [informal], hello, hiya [informal], hallo, hey [informal], howdy [informal], howzit [S.Africa, informal], gidday [NZ, informal], yo [informal], wotcha [Brit, informal], wotcher [Brit, informal]
Noun: hullo  hu'low
  1. An expression of greeting
    "every morning they exchanged polite hullos";
    - hello, hi, howdy, how-do-you-do, hallo

Derived forms: hullos

Type of: greeting, salutation

Encyclopedia: Hullo, Estonia