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Explanation: "Hi" as a greeting can be omitted. Typically, we would say: Bonjou/Bonswa (Good morning/Good evening).
Even more typically is the original greeting "Onè" (Honor) when knocking at a door for example. The person opening the door would answer "Respè" [Respect (for you)].
Unfortunately, the latest traditions tend to dissipate a bit in common usage.
xxxCHENOUMI Native speaker of: Haitian-Creole, French PRO pts in pair: 80