Omara - Hello

by omara
on Zimmer-Records 2006 / Zimmer020
06/12/2006 Creative Commons BY-NC
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Hello may also be derived from Hullo. Hullo was in use before hello and was used as a greeting and also an expression of surprise. Charles Dickens uses it in Chapter 8 of Oliver Twist in 1838 when Oliver meets the Artful Dodger: Upon this, the boy crossed over; and walking close up to Oliver, said ‘Hullo, my covey! What’s the row?

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