What does Rehi mean?

‘Rehi’ means ‘Hi again’

Imagine this: A buddy of yours, say Mike, said hello to you earlier in the day. Now, you’re online again, and Mike wants to start a new conversation. Instead of saying ‘Hi’ all over again, he might just say ‘Rehi’. That’s the magic of this slang term. It’s a playful, unique way to say hello again.

But ‘Rehi’ isn’t just for starting conversations. It can also be a handy tool when you’re trying to grab someone’s attention. Let’s say you missed a message from your friend Lisa. She might send a follow-up message with ‘Rehi’, hoping it’ll catch your eye and get you to respond to her earlier message.

So there you have it. ‘Rehi’ – a fun, friendly way to say hello again or to catch someone’s attention when they’ve missed your first message. It’s a simple tool that can make online chatting a little more lively and engaging.

Example for using ‘Rehi’ in a conversation

Hey, are you free to chat?

rehi! Yeah, I’m here. What’s up?

Nothing much, just wanted to catch up.

rehi! I’m glad you reached out. I missed talking to you.