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Hello is a salutation or greeting in the English language. It is first attested in writing from 1833. ... Hello is alternatively thought to come from the word hallo ( 1840) via hollo (also holla, ......

A (Shockingly) Short History Of 'Hello' : Krulwich Wonders... : NPR

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Feb 17, 2011 ... Alexander Graham Bell hoped people would answer the phone with the word " ahoy." His rival, Thomas Edison favored another greeting — we ...

What is the origin of the word Hello? - Quora

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According to the OED, all three words originated as cries or exclamations to gain attention or express surprise, exultation, encouragement or some similar ...

Etymology of Hello : snopes.com

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Mar 17, 2014 ... Origins: While there certainly exist words that began their linguistic lives as people's names, hello does not belong in that category. This sorry ...

Hello where did that word come from??? - History in the Raw

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Jun 6, 2006 ... It had its origins with Mark Twain who did use it in a printed work and it may have ... People often referred to the word as a vulgar greeting.

Danger! What is the frantic origin of “hello?” (And the source of “hi ...

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Aug 9, 2010 ... We use hello several times a day to greet people or attract attention. But as prevalent as the word is, "hello" is relatively new. Hello came into ...

What's the origin of the word "hello"? | Yahoo Answers

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May 14, 2008 ... Best Answer: Word Origin: hello. Origin: 1885. Alexander Graham Bell's much- talked-about invention gave us not only the new word telephone ...

Who invented Hello? | Pitara Kids Network

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Legend has it that Thomas Alva Edison was the first to say hello over the telephone. ... Webster's dictionary kept printing 'hello' as a greeting word even as  ...

Hello - Online Etymology Dictionary

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Fowler in the 1920s listed halloo, hallo, halloa, halloo, hello, hillo, hilloa, holla, ... as the word said in answering, over Alexander Graham Bell's suggestion, ahoy.

The Origin Of "Hello" Will Shock You - Phones - Nigeria - Nairaland

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Its a popular cliche when receiving calls to start with the word " Hello". The word is said by billions of people on daily basis, But little have been ...

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Great 'Hello' Mystery Is Solved - NYTimes.com

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Mar 5, 1992 ... ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL invented the telephone. But Thomas Alva Edison coined the greeting. The word "hello," it appears, came straight ...

Was 'Hello' the name of Alexander Graham Bell's wife? - Quora

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No. This is a popular hoax on internet. Mabel Hubbard was Bell's girlfriend who he later marries ... The word "Hello" actually came from hola which meant to stop and pay attention. ... [5] It also connects the development of hello to the influence of an earlier form, holla, whose origin is in the French holà (roughly, '...

etymology - what are the origins of hi, hey, hello? - English ...

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Aug 3, 2014 ... This Greek word appears to share PE roots with German heil which is also a ... Hi and hey (according to all sources) have their origins in the ...