be kha trahk
Actually I need to go. It is 5:20 am here and I hven't been to bed yet so:
Jah ne/Mata ne(See you)
Bai bai (same to Bye)
In greek we say : Hairete - Χαίρεται (formal )
<stress on -Hai->
We say also: Geia sou / sas, Γειά σου (singular)/ σας (plural),
Addio - Αντίο,
Sto kalo -Στο καλό. <stress on "kalo" in on -lo->
In Swedish we say: Hey då or Adjö and
Wish for going away: Farväl (the english: farewell)
ate - non formal
iki - we say when we know that soon we will meet again, maybe like bye bye
viso gero - polite. word by word it means wishing all good for you.
Lehitraot (see you)
Shalom (peace, also bye and hello)
*adjø* or *ha det* = good bye
*farvel* = farewell
*på gjensyn* = see you later
in Romanian "La revedere"
or "Pa" (between close friends, and teenagers)
hey woodrow wich dialect are you useing?
im useing middleastern
p.s that wasnt ment as an insult so please dont be offended.
p.p.s please excues all gramatical and spelling mistakes
In Greenland we say: see you - in short
Takuss = See you = say it like: Daguss, stress om guss
And we also say: byee...
formal- do-svedaniya (literally means till we meet again, but used as a formal goodbye)Informal- paka
good bye = ma salama = go with peace
we say:Tschüß! ( informal ) [ who wants to repeat?! xD ]Auf Wiedersehen! ( formal)Bis später! ( see you later )