a warm greeting.
- a word used when greeting another person
Reception Desired Esteemed Friendliness Greeting Hospitality
It is the Hebrew word for 'Peace' and is commonly used when greeting or departing another.
A homophone is a word that is pronounced the same as another word but differs in meaning. High and Hi (a greeting) are homophones.hi
If your talking about the greeting "Hi" Then it was used for English. It also comes from another word: Hello.
hello = holapronounced (OH-lah).The polite greeting "good day" is buenos dias. Another greeting is saludo.Hola. They speak Spanish.
greeting = brachá (ברכה) or ichúl (איכול)
"Welcome" is a word for greeting guests to the home. It means "you are a guest and I am happy that you are here". The word is a greeting also for speaking lecturers to invite students to listen. It is a warm greeting to invite another person to share hospitality. The word today comes from old English phrase, "well come" similar to "well met". It was an expression of approval when another person was greeted upon meeting. While "well met" has dropped out of the language as a phrase, welcome has become a standard greeting.
A greeting is der Gruß in German.