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What is the meaning of hallo in Hindi?

Meaning of hallo in Hindi is : हो

Definition of word hallo

  • A variant of hello (interjection)
  • The cry "hallo!" (noun)
  • To shout, or to call with a loud voice. (verb)

Examples of word hallo

  • The first tentative explanation of the origin of hallo connected the English word with French au loup, au loup, the cry heard in the chase for setting dogs on the wolf.
  • Language contacts played a noticeable role in the history of the European word hallo, but the direction of borrowing is not always clear.
  • The two highlights of the station for me (besides the absolutely crack-up train station attendant who complained that I was keeping him awake when I "hallo"ed to get him to come to the window) were the fabulous tall-backed benches with built-in reading lights running the length over your head (see a picture here), and a retro sign on the outside of the station that urged, "Travel by Train".
  • A man rose from the seat, put his hands to his mouth like a trumpet, uttered a loud "hallo," and beckoned.
  • No answering "hallo" reached them, and the only effect of their cries seemed to be to add to the fright of their horses and so endanger themselves still more.
  • Boys turned toward the spot where that faint "hallo" had come from.
  • "Yes, 'hallo' isn't at all bad," said Mr. Atherley.
  • That goes out to my cousin Colin, I guess that he is way cooler than me these days, I was gonna start out with a "hallo" or "hey hey" or
  • In one guise or another, "hallo," "halloo," and "hullo" have been used to solicit attention and signal surprise since the Middle Ages.