Ancient pygmy form of greeting, originating from the river dwellers and predominately used between neighbouring tribes. The expression is usually accompanied by an open palm signal of the right hand, similar to a high-five. Today, it is often used between family groups and friends who live some distance apart and translates, typically as "Hello, friend, I harbour thee no ill-will."
1# (ancient): "Jarp! I bring you these two virigins in exchange for seven pigs."
2# (modern): "Jarp! Wassup!"