- interj. Internet slang hi (a purposeful misspelling)
“Didnt I learn then how the call comes, Hai, hai, hai?”
“Lovely colours and such a touching gesture ... lagta nahin hai, lekin mera dil hindustani hi hai!”
“Why do you think An-te-hai is so eager to devote himself to her?”
“Note 9: Xia Lin's "Min hai ji yao" 閩海紀要, for example, contains the following passage: "Coyett sent the translator He Bin to pay tribute of foreign treasures (貢外國珍寶) to Chenggong and ask for trade.”
“But people like Zhang were supposed to be different: he's what Chinese call a hai gui — "sea turtle" — referring to someone who has lived overseas.”
“Compare the Chinese expression hai liang (sea measure) meaning capacious or broad minded.”
“Rani ka surname hai Mukherjee. asbarali Rani Mukherjee mobbed by fans in Delhi!”
“Other native words, such as hai ( "sea," meaning "lake"), and dan (river, lake), are still widely used in the present day.”
“If I could just learn to remember some other Japanese phrases than "hai" and "kampai" it would be very useful...”
“He taught me "hai" and was delighted when I could construct a simple sentence about my sea creatures in the "ocean.”
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