What does Hey there mean in English

Hi

hi (German) [edit]

Interjection, greeting [edit]

Minor forms:

hey

Word separation:

Hi

Pronunciation:

IPA: [haɪ̯]
Audio samples: Hi (Info)
Rhymes: -aɪ̯

Meanings:

[1] friendly, familiar verbal greeting at personal encounters and telephone calls where the person called knows who is calling him (so that the name is not mentioned)
[2] friendly, familiar written form of address for e-mails and SMS

Origin:

from around the mid-1990s (youth language from the end of the 1960s) from English Hi→ en[1]

Synonyms:

[1] hey, hey, hey

Sense releated words:

[1] please refer:Directory: German / Greetings / Greetings

Examples:

[1] Hi, here is Heike! Is Ulla at home?
[2] Hi, didn't you read my last email?

Translations [edit]

[1] Wikipedia article "hi"
[1, (2)] Duden online "hi (greeting)"
[1, (2)] Digital dictionary of the German language "hi"
[*] University of Leipzig: Vocabulary portal "Hi"

Swell:

Adverb

Word separation:

Hi

Pronunciation:

IPA: [hi]
Audio samples: -

Meanings:

[1] Hessian, Rhine-Hessian: Reference of the speaker to a place that is distant from his point of view, to a distant target or to a distant person

Origin:

Old High German: hina, Middle High German: into and down

Opposite words:

[1]

Examples:

[1] »I guude how, where damage Hi?"
“Hello, how are you, where are you going down

Translations [edit]

own experience in Hessen.

hi (Albanian) [edit]

Noun, m[To edit]

Word separation:

Hi

Pronunciation:

IPA: [hiː]
Audio samples: -

Meanings:

[1] ashes
[2] downy mildew
[3] Ashes of the dead

Origin:

Too Uralban *skina, above *(s) kenes, too Urindo-European *ken (H) -, see Latin cinis, ancient Greek kónis (κόνις) 'dust, ashes' and Tocharian B kentse ,Rust'.

Sense releated words:

[1] mbetje

Sub-terms:

[1] hi cigareve, hirit e vullkan

Examples:

[1]

Word formations:

himtë, hirës, ​​hirët, hirtë, hith, përhimë

Translations [edit]

[1] Wikipedia article "Albanian Language"
[1] Online dictionary "German-Albanian and Albanian-German"

hi (Basque) [edit]

Personal pronouns [edit]

Word separation:

Hi

Pronunciation:

IPA: [...]
Audio samples: -
Rhymes: -i

Meanings:

[1] you

Examples:

[1]

Translations [edit]

[1] Wikipedia article "Basque Language"
[1] Online dictionary "(English-Basque and Basque-English)“

hi (Breton) [edit]

Personal pronouns [edit]

Word separation:

Hi

Pronunciation:

IPA: [ˈhiː]
Audio samples: -

Meanings:

[1] them

Examples:

[1]

Translations [edit]

[1] Dictionary Breton-German

hi (Danish) [edit]

Noun, n[To edit]

Word separation:

hi, plural:

Pronunciation:

IPA: [...]
Audio samples: -

Meanings:

[1] hibernation

Origin:

from the old Norse "hið"

Synonyms:

[1] dvale, vinterhi

Examples:

[1]

Translations [edit]

[1] Danish Wikipedia article "hi"
[1] Den Danske Ordbog: "hi"

hi (English)

Interjection [edit]

Word separation:

Hi

Pronunciation:

IPA: [haɪ]
Audio samples: hi (british) (Info), hi (US) (Info)
Rhymes: -aɪ

Meanings:

[1] friendly, colloquial greeting
[2] Colloquial utterance that attracts attention

Origin:

15th century, Middle Englishhy[1]

Synonyms:

[1] hello→ en
[2] hey→ en

Examples:

[1] Hi, John!
[2]

Translations [edit]

[1] Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary "hi"
[1] Dictionary.com English-English dictionary, thesaurus and encyclopedia "hi"
[1] LEO English-German, keyword: "hi"
[1, 2] Oxford English Dictionary "hi"

Swell:

  1. Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary "hi"

Adjective

Word separation:

Hi

Pronunciation:

IPA: [haɪ]
Audio samples: hi (british) (Info) hi (US) (Info)
Rhymes: -aɪ

Meanings:

[1] Short form ofhigh

Synonyms:

[1] high

Examples:

[1] Right now those users are likely to be programmers, since no software yet exists that requires the super Hi-res mode.[1]

Word formations:

[1] hi-fi

Translations [edit]

[1] Dictionary.com English-English dictionary, thesaurus and encyclopedia "hi"
[1] LEO English-German, keyword: "hi"

Swell:

  1. Scott Mace, Apple offers revised IIe motherboard, in InfoWorld, Volume 5, Number 12 (March 21, 1983), page 9

hi (Cornish) [edit]

Personal pronouns [edit]

Word separation:

Hi

Pronunciation:

IPA: [...]
Audio samples: -

Meanings:

[1] them

Examples:

[1]

Translations [edit]

[1] Lexicon cornu-britannicum a dictionary of the ancient Celtic language of Cornwall by Robert Williams, Troubner & Co 1865, p. 217

hī (Latin) [edit]

Declined form [edit]

Word separation:

Hi

Grammatical features:

  • Nominative plural masculine of the pronoun hic
Hi is an inflected form of hic.
You can find all further information in the main entry hic.
Please take supplements therefore also only there.

hi (Middle Dutch) [edit]

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Personal pronouns [edit]

Word separation:

Hi

Meanings:

[1] he

Examples:

[1]
Personal pronoun in Middle Dutch (approx. 1150 - approx. 1500)
CaususSingular Plural
I you he; you; it we you you
masculine
(male)
feminine
(Female)
neuter
(factual)
Nominativeic→ dumyou→ dumHi→ dumsi→ dumhet→ dumwi→ dumghi→ dumsi→ dum
accusativemi→ dumdi→ dumhem→ dum, hen→ dumhaer→ dumons→ dumu→ dumhem→ dum, hen→ dum
dativehem→ dum, hen→ dum
Genitivemijn→ dumdijn→ dumsijn→ dumhaer→ dumsijn→ dumonse→ dumUwe→ dumhaer→ dum

Translations [edit]

hi (North Frisian) [edit]

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Personal pronouns [edit]

Word separation:

Hi

Pronunciation:

IPA: [...]
Audio samples: -

Meanings:

[1] he

Origin:

from the old North Frisian "hī"

Examples:

[1]

Translations [edit]

[1]

hi (transcription) [edit]

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hi (Welsh) [edit]

Personal pronouns [edit]

Word separation:

Hi

Pronunciation:

IPA: [...]
Audio samples: -
Rhymes: -iː

Meanings:

[1] you, you

Examples:

[1]

Translations [edit]

[1] Prifysgol Cymru Y Drindod Dewi Sant: Geiriadur Ar-lein Cymraeg-Saesneg / Saesneg Cymraeg = University of Wales Trinity Saint David: Welsh-English / English-Welsh On-line Dictionary "Hi"