Hullo



[huh-loh] /həˈloʊ/

interjection, noun, plural hullos, verb (used with or without object), hulloed, hulloing.
1.
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2.
Chiefly British. .
/hʌˈləʊ/
sentence substitute, noun
1.
a variant of hello

call to attract attention, by 1828; see hello.

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