Hey Man

The word “Man”, was used as a form of greeting back in the 16th century,
but in the contemporary U.S. it most likely comes from African American
jazz musiciansWillie Mays inspired a song by The Treniers and a generation
to say “Hey” instead of “Hi”.

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