JFSKI15 (11:15:23 PM): hi there friend madcat457 (11:15:26 PM): hello Super Friends!
After you insisted, you write that, “no one from the crew would meet my eyes or say hi.”
I said, ‘hi, this is Wayne Newton,’ and she said, ‘Oh, sure it is,’ and she hung up.
And he said hi back and smiled and sort of patted the baby on the head and everything.
People we pass on the street, sit next to on the subway, say hi to at work every day.
Indeed, the crew of the latter vessel had not yet been paid off when hi Wing Ho presented himself at the dock gates.
I was struck all of a heap—the truth flasht on my mind's hi.
hi, you thick nose (he pointed to a young soldier in the ranks), your names Kovl?
A light to all truthe and knowlege, a schole-What is a hi- storie.
He said, as articulate as usual when she surprised him, "hi."
greeting, 1862, American English (first recorded reference is to speech of a Kansas Indian), originally to attract attention (15c.), probably a variant of Middle English hy, hey (late 15c.) also an exclamation to call attention. Extended form hiya attested from 1940.
A salutation upon meeting: The staccato cry of ''Hi!,'' which we judged to be the almost universal greeting
[first form 1862+, second 1940+; probably based on hi, ''hey,'' exclamation used to call attention, found by 1475]