Goodbye!

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Re: Goodbye!

Post by Iyionaku » 03 Jul 2017 13:59

: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 23:41

: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 08:20

:tan: Swahili:

To one person:

Kwa heri!
INST luck(CL9)

To more than one person:

Kwa herini.
INST luck(CL9)-2PL.ADDRESS
Glossing Abbreviations: COMP = comparative, C = complementiser, ACS / ICS = accessible / inaccessible, GDV = gerundive, SPEC / NSPC = specific / non-specific, AG = agent, E = entity (person, animal, thing)
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Re: Goodbye!

Post by Iyionaku » 31 Jul 2017 11:08

: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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Re: Goodbye!

Post by Iyionaku » 01 Aug 2017 11:31

Creyeditor wrote: Selamat tinggal
safe stay
Bye.(said by someone who is leaving, somewhat archaic)
I beg to differ regarding your analysis. It might be the case that this phrase is archaic in Indonesian, but in Malaysian it's quite vibrant and often heard. (Source: My work experiences in Malaysia)
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Re: Goodbye!

Post by Creyeditor » 01 Aug 2017 11:35

Wow, I didn't know that. Maybe you should do a translation to Malaysian? With the new policy regarding flag icons they now refer exclusively to geographic areas and thus these translation can definitely exist on their own [:)]
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Re: Goodbye!

Post by Imralu » 01 Aug 2017 21:39

Creyeditor wrote:new policy regarding flag icons
Where'm'st?
Glossing Abbreviations: COMP = comparative, C = complementiser, ACS / ICS = accessible / inaccessible, GDV = gerundive, SPEC / NSPC = specific / non-specific, AG = agent, E = entity (person, animal, thing)
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Re: Goodbye!

Post by Creyeditor » 01 Aug 2017 21:50

Not that new, but still feels new.
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Re: Goodbye!

Post by Parlox » 26 Oct 2017 03:21

I'm translating this in all my current conlangs, so this will be a very long list.

:con: Tänggorosepero

Rraro
[ɹaɾɤ]
goodbye
Goodbye

Or from a more rude perspective

Pa i-nerufa shewano ro-dureng seto näne’so, dio-samesu!
[pa ineɾɯfa ʃewanɤ ɾɤdɯɾeŋ setɤ nɑnesɤ diɤsamesɯ]
Be PRES.IMP-close door AG.TRIG-during way to-NEG, VOC-boy
Close the door on the way out, boy!

:con: Nymburun

Llandda çalyçu nmofcy
[ɬanða salɪsʍ ŋ͡mɤvkɪ]
Walk-PRES.PERM.1ST.SING path good
Walk the good path

:con: Gwynwth

Pwyn
[pʍɪn]
goodbye
goodbye

:con: Migyur

Limihkhu
[lɪmiʁɯ̽]
goodbye
goodbye

:con: Podmåri

byńin

[pʼiŋɪn]
goodbye
goodbye

:con: Makǔdorın

U mǔnbǔs’sun šethǔı’sa.
[ɯ mʌnbʌsɯn ʃɛθʌisa]
Be separate-PRES.INTRANS.ACT plant-PLUR
Plants are parting

:con: Wasönggtonö

Ön së eber ae’sä së bard mät’sä ekön.
[en se ɛbɛɹ ɑɛsæ se bɑɹd mætsæ ɛken]
3RD.NOM COP.NOM.PRES appear 1ST.NOM-PLUR COP.NOM.PRES part path-PLUR again.
It appears we part paths again
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Re: Goodbye!

Post by gestaltist » 20 Jan 2019 14:29

:con: Īsmay

Naklidh!

Code: Select all

na=kolidh
OPT=prosperity
Lit: "May there be prosperity."
You can also add a possessive personal pronoun:
Naklidh ådham! = "To your (singular masculine) prosperity!"
Naklidh hǔdhma! "To your (plural masculine) prosperity!"
etc....

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