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Definition of Hello

interj. & n. - See Halloo.

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hello or hole
helo: hole, help, helot, hello, halo, hero, hell, held, helm, he lo, he-lo, heel, loathe, Helios, helicon,
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HelloUrban Dictionary

what you say when your talking casually with friends and your mom walks in the room

Example: what you say when your talking casually with friends and your mom walks in the room

The only word on this site that has nothing to do with [sex] or [drugs]!

Example: The only word on this site that has nothing to do with [sex] or [drugs]!

How to say Jell-O in Spanish. Like when that guy comes to the door in the Rocky Horror Picture show, and everybody tells him to say Jell-O in Spanish, and he says "Hell-O"

Example: How to say Jell-O in Spanish. Like when that guy comes to the door in the Rocky Horror Picture show, and everybody tells him to say Jell-O in Spanish, and he says "Hell-O"

greeting to others form of friendly greeting

Example: greeting to others form of friendly greeting

What you say under your breath to your friend when a hot member of the opposite sex is walking by

Example: What you say under your breath to your friend when a hot member of the opposite sex is walking by

A greeting. A way of telling someone you noticed them. Some synonyms of "hello" are: hi, hey, greetings, howdy, hola (Spanish for "hello.")

Example: A greeting. A way of telling someone you noticed them. Some synonyms of "hello" are: hi, hey, greetings, howdy, hola (Spanish for "hello.")