'ullo

'ullo

(əˈləʊ)
interj
informal Brit same as hello
References in classic literature ?
And it was at this precise moment, just as the two spectators, reinforced now by eleven other men of sporting tastes, were congratulating themselves on their acumen in having stopped to watch, that Police-Constable Robert Bryce, intruding fourteen stones of bone and muscle between the combatants, addressed to Mr Shute these memorable words: ''Ullo, 'ullo!
Which comedian had a Top 20 hit in the 1980's, with 'Ullo John!
But, finally, in 1988, Alexei - who also had a top 20 hit in 1984 with 'ullo John, Got A New Motor?
I walk down the street, hail a cab, and the cab driver will say [he lapses into Cockney]: 'Ullo, Omid, where you goin'?' I think it's a huge thing in a multicultural society that people know my name."
Some glosses involve ordinary words in the respective languages, e.g., Akk GIS.ni-ri 'yoke' is glossed BAWS hu-ul-lu (cognate to BHeb 'ol 'yoke,' 'ullo 'his yoke'; EA 296:38; DNWSI 843; Izre'el, IOS 18, 427).
Let's face it, he was about 10 years past a copper's normal retiring age when he first gave us an arthritic knee-bend and an 'Ullo, ullo, ullo' in 1955.
"When I finally met two of the Stones, Ronnie Wood and Bill Wyman, there was nothing remotely middle-aged about them - it was all ''Ullo, girls!'
series, there were his equally surreal, impossible-to-ignore stand-up rants in the otherwise dreadful OTT - the ill-conceived, late-night, adult version of the Saturday morning children's show Tiswas But, finally, in 1988, Alexei - who also had a top 20 hit in 1984 with 'ullo John, Got A New Motor?