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11.
Greeting used by an obnoxious co-wrorker to answer the phone. Generally it is bellowed loudly for all to hear, as if others should be interested in their conversations. The first HELLO! is usually followed by a second, slightly quieter Helloo!

Co-workers that tend to do this often wear slacks that are too short, still live at home, inappropriatley insert their opinions into private conversations, and insist on following other co-workers to the rest room.
Phone: RING RING RING
Co-Worker: HELLO!
Caller: silence
Co-Worker: Helloo!
Caller: silence
Co-Worker:Is anybody there?
by Billy Zane January 09, 2006
 
1.
what you say when your talking casually with friends and your mom walks in the room
What the hell(mom enters)-o mom.
by mad at the world March 24, 2003
 
2.
The only word on this site that has nothing to do with sex or drugs!
person 1: hello
Person 2: hi
Person 1: goodbye
Person 2: Farewell, and may the forces of evil become confused in their eternal search for you
*person 1 runs away*
by pirates rule!!! February 22, 2007
 
3.
1. A greeting
2. A for of incredulity
1. 'HELLO!!!!!!'
2. 'I satyed at home last night watching movies'
'... HELLO!!?!! You were supposed to come to my party last night!'
by DJ December 11, 2003
 
4.
The opposite of O-hell
You use Hello when your pleased to see someone.
"Hello, It's you!!"
by Sam October 30, 2003
 
5.
greeting to others form of friendly greeting
hello im silly
by Rahim Walji December 04, 2003
 
6.
How to say Jell-O in Spanish. Like when that guy comes to the door in the Rocky Horror Picture show, and everybody tells him to say Jell-O in Spanish, and he says "Hell-O"
<<<CRREEEEAAAAKKKK>>>> ...Hell-O.
by That freakin guy March 17, 2004
 
7.
(1) an almost obscelete form of greeting most associated with straightlaced people;
(2) a polite way of answering a phone
(1)Bob (sees Bill on street): "Hello, Bill!"
Bill: "Well, hello, Bob."
(2)(Phone rings loudly)
Jim: "Hello?"
James Watson from AT&T: "Hi, this is James Watson from AT&T. I'm calling to talk to you about your long distance plan."
by AuburnTIGER February 12, 2004