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Keywords: Hello, with that spelling, was used in publications as early as 1833. These include an 1833 American book called The Sketches and Eccentricities of Col. David Crockett, of West Tennessee, which was reprinted that same year in The London Literary Gazette.
The word was extensively used in literature by the 1860s. Thomas Edison used it for the telephone greeting. Alexander Bell also used it.
According to the Oxford English Dictionary, hello is an alteration of hallo, hollo which came from Old High German "halâ, holâ, used especially in hailing a ferryman. It also connects the development of hello to the influence of an earlier form, holla, whose origin is in the French holà (roughly, 'whoa there!', from French là 'there'). As in addition to hello, hallo and hollo, hullo and (rarely) hillo also exist as variants or related words, the word can be spelt using any of all five vowels.