I started this thread after realizing the unavailability for the proper translation thread for greetings (I've searched the entire forum; believe me!). For a start, I'd like to focus more on day-to-day Latin. Greetings, as everybody knows is part of life. Almost everyday we say "Good morning", "Good night", "Welcome", "Goodbye" and many more. I categorize those as 'formal greetings'. I believe the Roman also have 'informal greetings' like us today. For example, today we have something like "Yo!", "Wut's up man?" and some more. I want to know the proper greetings in Latin, formal or informal. Hope somebody will give some examples for those. Thanks in advance.