Halloo meaning

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To urge on or pursue by calling “halloo” or shouting.
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To call out to.
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To shout or yell (something).
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To shout or call out in order to attract the attention of (a person)
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Used to catch someone's attention.
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To shout or yell, as in greeting or surprise.
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To call or shout to; to hail.

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A shout or call of “halloo.”
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To shout “halloo.”
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(hunting) To urge on (hounds) by shouting or calling “halloo”
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(a shout or call) Used esp. to attract a person's attention or to urge on hounds in hunting.
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Used to greet someone, or to catch their attention.
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Used in hunting to urge on the pursuers.
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A shout of halloo.
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To shout halloo.
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To encourage with shouts.
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To chase with shouts or outcries.
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Used to urge on hounds in a hunt.
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Origin of halloo

  • Alteration of obsolete holla stop! hello

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition