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Goodbye!

Post by Chelsara » 18 Sep 2010 02:03

What is the expression used in parting in your conlang? Also, feel free to include a translation of the phrase into English if the phrase is not just "goodbye."

:eng: Goodbye.
:esp: Adios.

:con: J'Linguonar Avan: Eer filsen.
:con: CUE: Il meraţé-elas cariler. Walk the good path.
:con: Sendoré: Ieret.

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Re: Goodbye!

Post by hadad » 18 Sep 2010 02:38

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Re: Goodbye!

Post by Czwartek » 18 Sep 2010 22:57

What is the expression used in parting in your conlang? Also, feel free to include a translation of the phrase into English if the phrase is not just "goodbye."

:eng: Goodbye.
:nor: Ha det bra.

:pol: Cześć/do widzenia.

:fin: Näkemiin.

:esp: Adios.

:con: J'Linguonar Avan: Eer filsen.
:con: CUE: Il meraţé-elas cariler. Walk the good path.
:con: Sendoré: Ieret.
:con: Ithkuil: Quîq̌üt’ (after a little trawling the Ithkuil site)

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Re: Goodbye!

Post by aereastra » 19 Sep 2010 00:19

What is the expression used in parting in your conlang? Also, feel free to include a translation of the phrase into English if the phrase is not just "goodbye."

:eng: Goodbye, Bye, See you later, See ya, laters
:nor: Ha det bra.

:pol: Cześć/do widzenia.

:fin: Näkemiin.

:ita: Arrivederci, Arrivederla, Ciao (from most formal to less formal)
:esp: Adios.

:jpn: さようなら、さよなら、ではまた、じゃあまた、じゃあね 
(In the order of politeness/seriousness to casual forms: sayounara, sayonara, dewa mata, jaa mata, jaa ne)

:con: J'Linguonar Avan: Eer filsen.
:con: CUE: Il meraţé-elas cariler. Walk the good path.
:con: Sendoré: Ieret.
:con: Ithkuil: Quîq̌üt’ (after a little trawling the Ithkuil site)
:con: Lantaş: Reite Fuzuritezi Sapteire, Reite Fuzurite, Din Fuzurite, Din Reite, Dinreite, Dinrei Again in the future let us meet, Again in future, Till the future, Till again, Tillagain, See ya
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Re: Goodbye!

Post by Colzie » 19 Sep 2010 02:23

What is the expression used in parting in your conlang? Also, feel free to include a translation of the phrase into English if the phrase is not just "goodbye."

:eng: Goodbye, Bye, See you later, See ya, laters
:nor: Ha det bra.

:pol: Cześć/do widzenia.

:fin: Näkemiin.

:ita: Arrivederci, Arrivederla, Ciao (from most formal to less formal)
:esp: Adios.

:jpn: さようなら、さよなら、ではまた、じゃあまた、じゃあね 
(In the order of politeness/seriousness to casual forms: sayounara, sayonara, dewa mata, jaa mata, jaa ne)

:con: J'Linguonar Avan: Eer filsen.
:con: CUE: Il meraţé-elas cariler. Walk the good path.
:con: Sendoré: Ieret.
:con: Ithkuil: Quîq̌üt’ (after a little trawling the Ithkuil site)
:con: Lantaş: Reite Fuzuritezi Sapteire, Reite Fuzurite, Din Fuzurite, Din Reite, Dinreite, Dinrei Again in the future let us meet, Again in future, Till the future, Till again, Tillagain, See ya
:con: Rudan: Másarán (short form mása). (there are 8 other ones which are time-of-day specific, but this is the most common, generic one)

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Re: Goodbye!

Post by CMunk » 19 Sep 2010 15:29

What is the expression used in parting in your conlang? Also, feel free to include a translation of the phrase into English if the phrase is not just "goodbye."

:eng: Goodbye, Bye, See you later, See ya, laters
:nor: Ha det bra.
:dan: Farvel. Vi ses. Ses. (Farewell/goodbye, see you, see you inf.)
:deu: Lebewohl. Auf Wiedersehen. Tschüs. (Goodbye, see you, see you inf.)

:pol: Cześć/do widzenia.

:fin: Näkemiin.

:ita: Arrivederci, Arrivederla, Ciao (from most formal to less formal)
:esp: Adios.

:jpn: さようなら、さよなら、ではまた、じゃあまた、じゃあね 
(In the order of politeness/seriousness to casual forms: sayounara, sayonara, dewa mata, jaa mata, jaa ne)

:con: J'Linguonar Avan: Eer filsen.
:con: CUE: Il meraţé-elas cariler. Walk the good path.
:con: Sendoré: Ieret.
:con: Ithkuil: Quîq̌üt’ (after a little trawling the Ithkuil site)
:con: Lantaş: Reite Fuzuritezi Sapteire, Reite Fuzurite, Din Fuzurite, Din Reite, Dinreite, Dinrei Again in the future let us meet, Again in future, Till the future, Till again, Tillagain, See ya
:con: Rudan: Másarán (short form mása). (there are 8 other ones which are time-of-day specific, but this is the most common, generic one)
:epo: Adaŭo. Adaŭa. Ĝis revido. Ĝis. (Goodbye, goodbye, see you, see you inf.)
:con: Volapük: Adyö. Dönulogö. (Goodbye, see you soon)
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Post by rafaeru » 19 Sep 2010 15:32

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Re: Goodbye!

Post by Testyal » 19 Sep 2010 18:42

What is the expression used in parting in your conlang? Also, feel free to include a translation of the phrase into English if the phrase is not just "goodbye."

:eng: Goodbye, Bye, See you later, See ya, laters
:nor: Ha det bra.
:dan: Farvel. Vi ses. Ses. (Farewell/goodbye, see you, see you inf.)
:deu: Lebewohl. Auf Wiedersehen. Tschüs. (Goodbye, see you, see you inf.)
:rus: do svidania


:pol: Cześć/do widzenia.

:fin: Näkemiin.

:ita: Arrivederci, Arrivederla, Ciao (from most formal to less formal)
:esp: Adios.

:jpn: さようなら、さよなら、ではまた、じゃあまた、じゃあね 
(In the order of politeness/seriousness to casual forms: sayounara, sayonara, dewa mata, jaa mata, jaa ne)

:con: J'Linguonar Avan: Eer filsen.
:con: CUE: Il meraţé-elas cariler. Walk the good path.
:con: Sendoré: Ieret.
:con: Ithkuil: Quîq̌üt’ (after a little trawling the Ithkuil site)
:con: Lantaş: Reite Fuzuritezi Sapteire, Reite Fuzurite, Din Fuzurite, Din Reite, Dinreite, Dinrei Again in the future let us meet, Again in future, Till the future, Till again, Tillagain, See ya
:con: Rudan: Másarán (short form mása). (there are 8 other ones which are time-of-day specific, but this is the most common, generic one)
:epo: Adaŭo. Adaŭa. Ĝis revido. Ĝis. (Goodbye, goodbye, see you, see you inf.)
:con: Volapük: Adyö. Dönulogö. (Goodbye, see you soon)
:con: Staalouvan: Viidassuun.
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Re: Goodbye!

Post by Utlandr » 01 Oct 2010 02:50

What is the expression used in parting in your conlang? Also, feel free to include a translation of the phrase into English if the phrase is not just "goodbye."

:eng: Goodbye, Bye, See you later, See ya, laters
:nor: Ha det bra.
:dan: Farvel. Vi ses. Ses. (Farewell/goodbye, see you, see you inf.)
:deu: Lebewohl. Auf Wiedersehen. Tschüs. (Goodbye, see you, see you inf.)

:pol: Cześć/do widzenia.

:fin: Näkemiin.

:ita: Arrivederci, Arrivederla, Ciao (from most formal to less formal)
:esp: Adios.

:jpn: さようなら、さよなら、ではまた、じゃあまた、じゃあね 
(In the order of politeness/seriousness to casual forms: sayounara, sayonara, dewa mata, jaa mata, jaa ne)

:con: J'Linguonar Avan: Eer filsen.
:con: CUE: Il meraţé-elas cariler. Walk the good path.
:con: Sendoré: Ieret.
:con: Ithkuil: Quîq̌üt’ (after a little trawling the Ithkuil site)
:con: Lantaş: Reite Fuzuritezi Sapteire, Reite Fuzurite, Din Fuzurite, Din Reite, Dinreite, Dinrei Again in the future let us meet, Again in future, Till the future, Till again, Tillagain, See ya
:con: Rudan: Másarán (short form mása). (there are 8 other ones which are time-of-day specific, but this is the most common, generic one)
:epo: Adaŭo. Adaŭa. Ĝis revido. Ĝis. (Goodbye, goodbye, see you, see you inf.)
:con: Volapük: Adyö. Dönulogö. (Goodbye, see you soon)
:con: Staalouvan: Viidassuun.
:con: Wistra Gutisk: miþ-awa (good fortune, wellness with you); miþ-anst (favor, grace with you)

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Re: Goodbye!

Post by Khemehekis » 01 Oct 2010 04:30

What is the expression used in parting in your conlang? Also, feel free to include a translation of the phrase into English if the phrase is not just "goodbye."

:eng: Goodbye, Bye, See you later, See ya, laters
:nor: Ha det bra.
:dan: Farvel. Vi ses. Ses. (Farewell/goodbye, see you, see you inf.)
:deu: Lebewohl. Auf Wiedersehen. Tschüs. (Goodbye, see you, see you inf.)

:pol: Cześć/do widzenia.

:fin: Näkemiin.

:ita: Arrivederci, Arrivederla, Ciao (from most formal to less formal)
:esp: Adios.
:fre: Au revoir. (Upon seeing again)

:jpn: さようなら、さよなら、ではまた、じゃあまた、じゃあね 
(In the order of politeness/seriousness to casual forms: sayounara, sayonara, dewa mata, jaa mata, jaa ne)

:con: J'Linguonar Avan: Eer filsen.
:con: CUE: Il meraţé-elas cariler. Walk the good path.
:con: Sendoré: Ieret.
:con: Ithkuil: Quîq̌üt’ (after a little trawling the Ithkuil site)
:con: Lantaş: Reite Fuzuritezi Sapteire, Reite Fuzurite, Din Fuzurite, Din Reite, Dinreite, Dinrei Again in the future let us meet, Again in future, Till the future, Till again, Tillagain, See ya
:con: Rudan: Másarán (short form mása). (there are 8 other ones which are time-of-day specific, but this is the most common, generic one)
:epo: Adaŭo. Adaŭa. Ĝis revido. Ĝis. (Goodbye, goodbye, see you, see you inf.)
:con: Volapük: Adyö. Dönulogö. (Goodbye, see you soon)
:con: Staalouvan: Viidassuun.
:con: Wistra Gutisk: miþ-awa (good fortune, wellness with you); miþ-anst (favor, grace with you)
:con: Kankonian: Autran (unanalyzable). Dui (later). Melse wit yeizas enkut etza rei (unless one of us should die by then) or the less morbid melse wit.
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Re: Goodbye!

Post by Ossicone » 01 Oct 2010 06:13

What is the expression used in parting in your conlang? Also, feel free to include a translation of the phrase into English if the phrase is not just "goodbye."

:eng: Goodbye, Bye, See you later, See ya, laters
:nor: Ha det bra.
:dan: Farvel. Vi ses. Ses. (Farewell/goodbye, see you, see you inf.)
:deu: Lebewohl. Auf Wiedersehen. Tschüs. (Goodbye, see you, see you inf.)

:pol: Cześć/do widzenia.

:fin: Näkemiin.

:ita: Arrivederci, Arrivederla, Ciao (from most formal to less formal)
:esp: Adios. Chao/Ciao.
:fre: Au revoir. (Upon seeing again)

:jpn: さようなら、さよなら、ではまた、じゃあまた、じゃあね 
(In the order of politeness/seriousness to casual forms: sayounara, sayonara, dewa mata, jaa mata, jaa ne)

:con: J'Linguonar Avan: Eer filsen.
:con: CUE: Il meraţé-elas cariler. Walk the good path.
:con: Sendoré: Ieret.
:con: Ithkuil: Quîq̌üt’ (after a little trawling the Ithkuil site)
:con: Lantaş: Reite Fuzuritezi Sapteire, Reite Fuzurite, Din Fuzurite, Din Reite, Dinreite, Dinrei Again in the future let us meet, Again in future, Till the future, Till again, Tillagain, See ya
:con: Rudan: Másarán (short form mása). (there are 8 other ones which are time-of-day specific, but this is the most common, generic one)
:epo: Adaŭo. Adaŭa. Ĝis revido. Ĝis. (Goodbye, goodbye, see you, see you inf.)
:con: Volapük: Adyö. Dönulogö. (Goodbye, see you soon)
:con: Staalouvan: Viidassuun.
:con: Wistra Gutisk: miþ-awa (good fortune, wellness with you); miþ-anst (favor, grace with you)
:con: Kankonian: Autran (unanalyzable). Dui (later). Melse wit yeizas enkut etza rei (unless one of us should die by then) or the less morbid melse wit.
:con: Inyauk: xúlnakil (breathe with oneness. It doesn't translate... :/)

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Re: Goodbye!

Post by Ilaeriu » 01 Oct 2010 07:02

What is the expression used in parting in your conlang? Also, feel free to include a translation of the phrase into English if the phrase is not just "goodbye."

:eng: Goodbye, Bye, See you later, See ya, laters
:nor: Ha det bra.
:dan: Farvel. Vi ses. Ses. (Farewell/goodbye, see you, see you inf.)
:deu: Lebewohl. Auf Wiedersehen. Tschüs. (Goodbye, see you, see you inf.)

:pol: Cześć/do widzenia.

:fin: Näkemiin.

:ita: Arrivederci, Arrivederla, Ciao (from most formal to less formal)
:esp: Adios. Chao/Ciao.
:fre: Au revoir. (Upon seeing again)

:tgl: Paalam, mauna na ako/kami, sige. (Farewell, I/we (will leave) first, okay. [We often just use the English "goodbye" or "bye."])

:jpn: さようなら、さよなら、ではまた、じゃあまた、じゃあね 
(In the order of politeness/seriousness to casual forms: sayounara, sayonara, dewa mata, jaa mata, jaa ne)

:con: J'Linguonar Avan: Eer filsen.
:con: CUE: Il meraţé-elas cariler. Walk the good path.
:con: Sendoré: Ieret.
:con: Ithkuil: Quîq̌üt’ (after a little trawling the Ithkuil site)
:con: Lantaş: Reite Fuzuritezi Sapteire, Reite Fuzurite, Din Fuzurite, Din Reite, Dinreite, Dinrei Again in the future let us meet, Again in future, Till the future, Till again, Tillagain, See ya
:con: Rudan: Másarán (short form mása). (there are 8 other ones which are time-of-day specific, but this is the most common, generic one)
:epo: Adaŭo. Adaŭa. Ĝis revido. Ĝis. (Goodbye, goodbye, see you, see you inf.)
:con: Volapük: Adyö. Dönulogö. (Goodbye, see you soon)
:con: Staalouvan: Viidassuun.
:con: Wistra Gutisk: miþ-awa (good fortune, wellness with you); miþ-anst (favor, grace with you)
:con: Kankonian: Autran (unanalyzable). Dui (later). Melse wit yeizas enkut etza rei (unless one of us should die by then) or the less morbid melse wit.
:con: Inyauk: xúlnakil (breathe with oneness. It doesn't translate... :/)
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Post by xijlwya » 04 Oct 2010 12:09

What is the expression used in parting in your conlang? Also, feel free to include a translation of the phrase into English if the phrase is not just "goodbye."

:eng: Goodbye, Bye, See you later, See ya, laters
:nor: Ha det bra.
:dan: Farvel. Vi ses. Ses. (Farewell/goodbye, see you, see you inf.)
:deu: Lebewohl. Auf Wiedersehen. Tschüss. (Goodbye, see you, see you inf.)

:pol: Cześć/do widzenia.

:fin: Näkemiin.

:ita: Arrivederci, Arrivederla, Ciao (from most formal to less formal)
:esp: Adios. Chao/Ciao.
:fra: Au revoir. (Upon seeing again)

:tgl: Paalam, mauna na ako/kami, sige. (Farewell, I/we (will leave) first, okay. [We often just use the English "goodbye" or "bye."])

:jpn: さようなら、さよなら、ではまた、じゃあまた、じゃあね 
(In the order of politeness/seriousness to casual forms: sayounara, sayonara, dewa mata, jaa mata, jaa ne)

:con: J'Linguonar Avan: Eer filsen.
:con: CUE: Il meraţé-elas cariler. Walk the good path.
:con: Sendoré: Ieret.
:con: Ithkuil: Quîq̌üt’ (after a little trawling the Ithkuil site)
:con: Lantaş: Reite Fuzuritezi Sapteire, Reite Fuzurite, Din Fuzurite, Din Reite, Dinreite, Dinrei Again in the future let us meet, Again in future, Till the future, Till again, Tillagain, See ya
:con: Rudan: Másarán (short form mása). (there are 8 other ones which are time-of-day specific, but this is the most common, generic one)
:epo: Adaŭo. Adaŭa. Ĝis revido. Ĝis. (Goodbye, goodbye, see you, see you inf.)
:con: Volapük: Adyö. Dönulogö. (Goodbye, see you soon)
:con: Staalouvan: Viidassuun.
:con: Wistra Gutisk: miþ-awa (good fortune, wellness with you); miþ-anst (favor, grace with you)
:con: Kankonian: Autran (unanalyzable). Dui (later). Melse wit yeizas enkut etza rei (unless one of us should die by then) or the less morbid melse wit.
:con: Inyauk: xúlnakil (breathe with oneness. It doesn't translate... :/)
:con: goshpysheshta: okhtoka mozue (lit. "name narrates", short form of "oka kue zhw okhtoka ko mozue nwa pam" - I will remember your name.)

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Re: Goodbye!

Post by Blaec » 05 Oct 2010 02:03

What is the expression used in parting in your conlang? Also, feel free to include a translation of the phrase into English if the phrase is not just "goodbye."

:eng: Goodbye, Bye, See you later, See ya, laters
:nor: Ha det bra.
:dan: Farvel. Vi ses. Ses. (Farewell/goodbye, see you, see you inf.)
:deu: Lebewohl. Auf Wiedersehen. Tschüss. (Goodbye, see you, see you inf.)

:pol: Cześć/do widzenia.

:fin: Näkemiin.

:lat: Vale (singular), Valete (plural)
:ita: Arrivederci, Arrivederla, Ciao (from most formal to less formal)
:esp: Adios. Chao/Ciao.
:fra: Au revoir. (Upon seeing again)

:tgl: Paalam, mauna na ako/kami, sige. (Farewell, I/we (will leave) first, okay. [We often just use the English "goodbye" or "bye."])

:jpn: さようなら、さよなら、ではまた、じゃあまた、じゃあね 
(In the order of politeness/seriousness to casual forms: sayounara, sayonara, dewa mata, jaa mata, jaa ne)

:con: J'Linguonar Avan: Eer filsen.
:con: CUE: Il meraţé-elas cariler. Walk the good path.
:con: Sendoré: Ieret.
:con: Ithkuil: Quîq̌üt’ (after a little trawling the Ithkuil site)
:con: Lantaş: Reite Fuzuritezi Sapteire, Reite Fuzurite, Din Fuzurite, Din Reite, Dinreite, Dinrei Again in the future let us meet, Again in future, Till the future, Till again, Tillagain, See ya
:con: Rudan: Másarán (short form mása). (there are 8 other ones which are time-of-day specific, but this is the most common, generic one)
:epo: Adaŭo. Adaŭa. Ĝis revido. Ĝis. (Goodbye, goodbye, see you, see you inf.)
:con: Volapük: Adyö. Dönulogö. (Goodbye, see you soon)
:con: Staalouvan: Viidassuun.
:con: Wistra Gutisk: miþ-awa (good fortune, wellness with you); miþ-anst (favor, grace with you)
:con: Kankonian: Autran (unanalyzable). Dui (later). Melse wit yeizas enkut etza rei (unless one of us should die by then) or the less morbid melse wit.
:con: Inyauk: xúlnakil (breathe with oneness. It doesn't translate... :/)
:con: goshpysheshta: okhtoka mozue (lit. "name narrates", short form of "oka kue zhw okhtoka ko mozue nwa pam" - I will remember your name.)

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Re: Goodbye!

Post by hadad » 05 Nov 2010 02:03

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Re: Goodbye!

Post by Raydred » 20 Nov 2010 18:18

What is the expression used in parting in your conlang? Also, feel free to include a translation of the phrase into English if the phrase is not just "goodbye."

:eng: Goodbye, Bye, See you later, See ya, laters
:nor: Ha det bra.
:dan: Farvel. Vi ses. Ses. (Farewell/goodbye, see you, see you inf.)
:deu: Lebewohl. Auf Wiedersehen. Tschüss. (Goodbye, see you, see you inf.)

:pol: Cześć/do widzenia.

:fin: Näkemiin.

:lat: Vale (singular), Valete (plural)
:ita: Arrivederci, Arrivederla, Ciao (from most formal to less formal)
:esp: Adios. Chao/Ciao.
:fra: Au revoir. (Upon seeing again)
:por: Adeus, até logo.

:tgl: Paalam, mauna na ako/kami, sige. (Farewell, I/we (will leave) first, okay. [We often just use the English "goodbye" or "bye."])

:jpn: さようなら、さよなら、ではまた、じゃあまた、じゃあね 
(In the order of politeness/seriousness to casual forms: sayounara, sayonara, dewa mata, jaa mata, jaa ne)

:con: J'Linguonar Avan: Eer filsen.
:con: CUE: Il meraţé-elas cariler. Walk the good path.
:con: Sendoré: Ieret.
:con: Ithkuil: Quîq̌üt’ (after a little trawling the Ithkuil site)
:con: Lantaş: Reite Fuzuritezi Sapteire, Reite Fuzurite, Din Fuzurite, Din Reite, Dinreite, Dinrei Again in the future let us meet, Again in future, Till the future, Till again, Tillagain, See ya
:con: Rudan: Másarán (short form mása). (there are 8 other ones which are time-of-day specific, but this is the most common, generic one)
:epo: Adaŭo. Adaŭa. Ĝis revido. Ĝis. (Goodbye, goodbye, see you, see you inf.)
:con: Volapük: Adyö. Dönulogö. (Goodbye, see you soon)
:con: Staalouvan: Viidassuun.
:con: Wistra Gutisk: miþ-awa (good fortune, wellness with you); miþ-anst (favor, grace with you)
:con: Kankonian: Autran (unanalyzable). Dui (later). Melse wit yeizas enkut etza rei (unless one of us should die by then) or the less morbid melse wit.
:con: Inyauk: xúlnakil (breathe with oneness. It doesn't translate... :/)
:con: goshpysheshta: okhtoka mozue (lit. "name narrates", short form of "oka kue zhw okhtoka ko mozue nwa pam" - I will remember your name.)
:con: Zepademe - ganshe (lit. "(in)to away/far")

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Re: Goodbye!

Post by Iyionaku » 03 Jul 2017 12:59

:con: Yélian

Navas. Na yéliun.
[ˈnaːʋɐʃ | nɐ ˈʃelɪ̯ʉn]
goodbye | till moon
Goodbye. Till the moon.
Wipe the glass. This is the usual way to start, even in the days, day and night, only a happy one.

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Re: Goodbye!

Post by Creyeditor » 06 Jul 2017 22:41

:idn: Indonesian

Dada!
bye
Bye

Hati~hati di jalan!
liver~VBLZR LOC way
Take care on the way.

Selamat pergi.
safe go
Bye.(said to someone who is leaving, somewhat archaic)

Selamat tinggal
safe stay
Bye.(said by someone who is leaving, somewhat archaic)

Sampai nanti
untill later
See you later.

Sampai besok
untill tomorrow
See you tomorrow.
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Re: Goodbye!

Post by Imralu » 07 Jul 2017 07:20

:tan: Swahili:

To one person:

Kwa heri!
INST luck(CL9)

To more than one person:

Kwa herini.
INST luck(CL9)-2PL.ADDRESS
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Re: Goodbye!

Post by Iyionaku » 31 Jul 2017 10:08

:con: Ular

再见!
Tũrkŏn!

again see
Goodbye!

That phrase is a loan from Cantonese 再见 zoi3 gin3。 见 (kŏn) is loaned directly from Cantonese and is never used to express "to see" in Ular, except for Chinese phrases. "to see" is normally 看 (khû).
Wipe the glass. This is the usual way to start, even in the days, day and night, only a happy one.

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