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greeted, past participle; greeting, present participle; greeted, past tense; greets, 3rd person singular present;
  1. Weep; cry
    • - he sat down on the armchair and started to greet

  1. express greetings upon meeting someone
  2. react to in a certain way; "The President was greeted with catcalls"
  3. be perceived by; "Loud music greeted him when he entered the apartment"
  4. (greeting) (usually plural) an acknowledgment or expression of good will (especially on meeting)
  5. (Greeting (album)) Greeting is the first album by Japanese pop singer Nami Tamaki. The album was released in Japan by Sony Music Japan, then re-released in America by Tofu Records.
  6. (Greets) Greeting is an act of communication in which human beings (as well as other members of the animal kingdom) intentionally make their presence known to each other, to show attention to, and to suggest a type of relationship or social status between individuals or groups of people coming ...
  7. (The Greeting) The Greeting is a 1978 live album by jazz pianist McCoy Tyner, his thirteenth release on the Milestone label. ...
  8. Mourning, weeping, lamentation; To address with salutations or expressions of kind wishes; to salute; to hail; to welcome; to accost with friendship; to pay respects or compliments to, either personally or through the intervention of another, or by writing or token; To come upon, or meet, as ...
  9. (greeting) A conventional phrase used to start a letter or conversation or otherwise to acknowledge a person's arrival or presence
  10. (greets) Greetings sent to other demosceners, often included in the scrolltext of a demo
  11. (Greeting) The celebrant greets all pre-sent at the liturgy, expressing the presence of the Lord to the assembled community.
  12. (9:00 Greeting) Charlene Mires, Villanova University, Randall Miller, St. Joseph’s University
  13. (Greeting) An opening invocation by pastor and people, in which the pastor says "The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, the love of God, and the communion of the Holy Spirit be with you all" and the people respond "And also with you".
  14. (Greeting) Serve as part of the act of acknowledging another at the opening of an encounter.
  15. (Greeting) Students greet each other by name and may include handshaking, singing, clapping, and greeting in different languages.
  16. (Greeting) To welcome someone, often with words, e.g. Hello, how are you?
  17. (greeting) In voice mail, the recording heard by a caller on reaching subscriber's mailbox. See also voice message.
  18. (greeting) To salute or welcome in a friendly and respectful way with speech or writing, as upon meeting or in opening a letter.
  19. To shed tears, to weep; greetin', weeping.
  20. (UK) to cry for, insist on. Also "grat", particularly as a past tense.
  21. cry - don’t go greeting about spilled milk...