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Hooar yn arrane staydys oikoil ass Tinvaal ec cruinnaght er 22 Jerrey Geuree 2003, as staydys oikoil currit O Halloo nyn ghooie, O Chliegeen ny's bwaaie, Ry gheddyn er ooir. — “Arrane Ashoonagh Vannin - Wikipedia”, gv.wikipedia.org
'Halloo' was used to call hounds and ferrymen and was also a favourite word Edison's. word he shouted into the machine (the strip phonograph) was 'Halloo': 'I tried the experiment, first on a strip of telegraph. — “Talk:Hello/Archive 1 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
The halloo was repeated: We now distinguished the trampling of Horses, and soon after a Carriage, attended by several Cavaliers stopped at the Cottage door. — “The Monk” by Matthew Lewis
What say our statutes, and how do our brethren observe them? They should wear no vain or worldly ornament, no crest upon their helmet, no gold upon stirrup or bridle-bit; yet who now go pranked out so proudly and so gaily as the poor soldiers of the Temple? They are forbidden by our statutes to take one bird by means of another, to shoot beasts with bow or arblast, to halloo to a hunting-horn, or to spur the horse after game. — “Ivanhoe” by Sir Walter Scott
I ordered Friday and the captain’s mate to go over the little creek westward, towards the place where the savages came on shore, when Friday was rescued, and so soon as they came to a little rising round, at about half a mile distant, I bid them halloo out, as loud as they could, and wait till they found the seamen heard them; that as soon as ever they heard the seamen answer them, they should return it again; and then, keeping out of sight, take a round, always answering when the others hallooed, to draw them as far into the island and among the woods as possible, and then wheel about again to me by such ways as I directed them. — “Robinson Crusoe” by Daniel Defoe