The word Howka means hello.  The word CheKull means friend.  The phrase Howka CheKull had fallen into disuse and has not been used in general conversation for sometime.  I like it and still use it so I present it here. Greetings are complex because you must change the greetings depending on whether the person receiving the greetings is sitting down, standing up or laying down.  This is a short cut that covers all possibilities.  The word Howka means hello.  The word Memeeyu means 'how are you' and the shortcut word 'Tempa' means something like "have beem."

Hello Friend

How have you been?

Now to respond to the greetings.  The word 'Ehaun' means good.  Then repeat the suffix (end) of the greeting. If you feel really good you can say 'Ehaun' twice.

I asked my Dad about saying "Good Morning." He thought about it a while and remembered people saying "Inyah Quhaun." (Good Morning) Also "MimSupQuaHaun."

I am fine

Good Morning

The Formal Greetings - All greetings are proceeded by 'Howka.' 

This is when you greet someone who is sitting down.  There is no requirement that they rise for you. This is the greeting if the person you are addressing is standing. Now, if the person is laying down.

Greeting Sitting

Greeting Standing

Greeting Laying

Plural Greetings 

Instead of using "Timm" use "Timmin" How to respond, People would just say "Quahaun." (or "Ehaun") This short cut would say "Hello there you all." Their position wouldn't matter.

Greeting Plural

I'm good

Hello there you all