noun, plural hel·los.
verb (used without object), hel·loed, hel·lo·ing.
verb (used with object), hel·loed, hel·lo·ing.
Origin of hello
Examples from the Web for hello
He gets up and goes over to their table and introduces himself, and he says, ‘Hello, I’m Oliver Reed.The Story Behind Lee Marvin’s Liberty Valance Smile|Robert Ward|January 3, 2015|DAILY BEAST
Forty Years Young: Hello Kitty and the Power of Cute By Julia Rubin, Racked Hello Kitty is everywhere.
Hello Ladies is, of course, about your British character navigating the L.A. dating scene.
And where did the idea of the Hello Ladies movie come about?
There was one incident that did happen that was dramatized in the Hello Ladies movie.
At Linda's step in the doorway she turned a smiling face upon her and cried: "Hello, little sister, come in and tell me the news."Her Father's Daughter|Gene Stratton-Porter
Finally he decided he must have gone about a hundred feet, instead of fifty and halting he shouted, "Hello!"The Iron Boys in the Steel Mills|James R. Mears
Hello—there goes the quarter—the lights 'll go out in fifteen minutes.The Red Debt|Everett MacDonald
After we deposit our money suppose we drop down to Jackson Street wharf an' say hello to Scraggs.Captain Scraggs|Peter B. Kyne
Soon another boy came in and I heard him say, "Hello, Ralph, did you hear about the 'tectives?"Looking Back|Merrick Abner Richardson