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, hol...
Mar 5, 1992 ... ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL invented the telephone. But Thomas Alva Edison
coined the greeting. The word "hello," it appears, came straight ...
According to the OED, all three words originated as cries or exclamations to gain
attention or .... With the Invention of Telephone the variant Hello became
dominant form. The use of hello as a telephone greeting has been credited to
Sep 26, 2010 ... Alexander Graham Bell, the inventor, answered with the Gaelic 'hoy'. ... his
girlfriend whose name was 'Hello', thus the first word said by him on ...
Aug 5, 2015 ... While it is true that Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone, but at the
same time it is equally true that he never used the word hello.
Alexander Graham Bell, who invented the telephone in 1885, never liked 'hello'
and ... Webster's dictionary kept printing 'hello' as a greeting word even as ...
Mar 17, 2014 ... Did greeting 'Hello' enter the language because it was the surname of ... She was
the girlfriend of Graham Bell who invented telephone.
Hello is name of girlfriend of Graham Bell who invented telephone ! .... The word "
Hello" actually came from hola which meant to stop and pay attention.
Nov 7, 2015 ... This is a popular explanation of the etymology of the word hello, seen in ... She
was the girlfriend of Graham bell who invented the telephone.
Aug 3, 2014 ... The question of the etymology of hello is a fascinating puzzle. ... This Greek word
appears to share PE roots with German heil which is also a ...