basierend auf obigem Link plädiere ich hiermit für den Eintrag des hawaiianischen Grussworts "Aloha," das (u.a.) gleichzeitig "Hallo" wie auch "Auf Wiedersehen" bedeutet:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aloha
Aloha in the Hawaiian language means affection, love, peace, compassion, mercy, goodbye, and hello, among other sentiments of a similar nature. It is used especially in Hawaiʻi as a greeting meaning hello and goodbye. Variations occur based on circumstances when used as a salutation. "Aloha kakahiaka" is the phrase for "good morning". "Aloha ʻauinalā" is the phrase for "good afternoon". "Aloha ahiahi" is the phrase for "good evening". "Aloha kākou" is a common form of "welcome to all".http://www.answers.com/topic/aloha-1?cat=tech...
interj. Chiefly Hawaii.
Used as a traditional greeting or farewell.
What does "KaLeoAloha" mean? Well it is a word built from smaller words within the hawaiian language. In hawaiian "ka" (pronounced "kuh") is simply "the". The word "leo" (pronounced "leyoh") means, "voice". "Aloha," as we all know means aloha! "Aloha " means "hello" doesn't it ? or "Goodbye"?, jeez it gets confusing! So what does aloha mean ? well certainly it means: hello, goodbye, I love you and and a plethora of other things depending on tone of voice, or whatever other contextual* usage we may have heard on "Hawai'i five-O" Right ? Well, Yah and Nah.