Well Met Meaning

(archaic) A greeting.

Example: c. 1599, William Shakespeare, Henry V, Act II, Scene I:
  Bardolph: Well met, Corporal Nim.
1833, Unknown translator, “The Death Song of Regner Lodbrog”, Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, volume 33, page 915:
  " Well met ! Well met ! Thou'lt soon be set
Before the ale-cup flowing."
2011, James A Owen, The Dragon's Apprentice, ISBN 0857070339, page 120:
  "Ho, Fios," Verne said as he raised a hand in greeting.
"Well met, Master Verne," the smallest of the dogs replied.