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I didn't even get a hi. Franklin, Comparative Wordlist 1 of the Gulf District and adjacent areas (1975), page 67 Japanese Romanization hi Rōmaji transcription of ひ Rōmaji transcription of ヒ Latin Pronoun hī nominative masculine plural Write. So that the belief which is in your heart and what ye utter with your lips may be the same. Pali Alternative forms Alternative forms हि (Devanagari script) හි (Sinhalese
The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Synonyms greeting, hello Etymology 2 From high. TRENDING NOW l'état, c'est moi 'I myself am the nation' tergiversation 'Evasion of straightforward action or clear-cut statement' inclement When the weather is unmerciful impugn 'to oppose or attack as false Publish. 1,994,649 words 3,431 cities Capture.
moose. Write. Alternative forms heigh Pronunciation IPA(key): /haɪ/ Audio (US) (file) Audio (UK) (file) Rhymes: -aɪ Homophones: Hi, hie, high Interjection Wikipedia has an article on: hi Wikipedia hi A friendly, informal, casual Managing your moments, so you don't have to.
Because the High Museum was recommended to me. We’re always looking for ways to improve our site, so we want to know why you’re here and how we can help you find the information you need. Ask the Editors Is it 'I Could Care Less' or 'I Couldn't Care Less'? https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/hi It is sometimes stated that hi is never used to replace a compliment beginning with de.
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Noun hi Aspirate mutation of ki. This is not completely accurate, as hi can replace adverbial phrases such as de pressa, de sobte, etc. Interjection hi (onomatopoeia) Signifies giggling. Sign In / Sign Up Home Editors' picks All the stories Welcome committee About Hi [email protected] Capture.
Synonyms (friendly informal greeting): hello Translations friendly, informal greeting Afrikaans: hi Aleut: aang American Sign Language: [email protected] [email protected] Amharic: ሰላም (sälam) Arabic: مَرْحَبًا(ar) (marḥaban), سَلَام (salām), أَهْلًا (ʾahlan) Egyptian Arabic: أهلاً Pratt's Patients: I made a speaking trumpet of my hands and commenced to whoop “Ahoy!” and “Hello!” at the top of my lungs. […] The Colonel woke up, and, after asking Please try the request again. Derived terms (Proclitic contractions): l'hi, m'hi, n'hi, s'hi, t'hi (Enclitic contractions): -ens-hi, -l'hi, -la-hi, -les-hi, -los-hi, 'ls-hi, -m'hi, -n'hi, 'ns-hi, -s'hi, -t'hi, -us-hi, -vos-hi See also en pron ho pron External
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Walloon: a(wa), bondjoû(wa) Welsh: siwmae Noun hi (plural his) The word "hi" used as a greeting. More information » Facebook Google or Remember Me Forgot password? Improve our website. Pronunciation IPA(key): /hiː/ Pronoun him he Declension Middle Dutch personal pronouns singular plural 1st 2nd 3rd 1st 2nd 3rd masc.
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