How do u say bye in french?
Au revoir, or see you soon abientot
to say goodye in french is "au revior" or you could also say " a bientot" that is see u later
In chinese, åè§ or 'zai jian' means good bye. 'Zai' means again and 'jian' means to see. Put them together, again to see. Zai Jian
here is some ways you can say bye. . see you later alligator in a while crocodile . later . goodbye cheese-face . good day . pip pip cheerio . adios amigos . ta ta for now . ttfn . ttyl . gtg . brb . bye bye . good bye . talk to you l8er . most importantly~ bye . hasta la vista . ciao
Goodbye is au revoir in French, pronounced "oh ruh-vwar".. Good bye in French is 'au revoir, salut, Ã la prochaine, Ã bientÃ´t'
tu ressembles Ã un chien d'aujourd'hui. this is the proper way to say bye, or so my friend told me.
Of course the standard way to say goodbye in French is au revoir -- "oh r(ee)-vwar" (sounds in parentheses are optional) But there are many informal variations, such as salut -- "sah-lew" -- probably the most common; also means "hi" bye-bye -- borrowed from English; pronunciation is meant to be the same as English, but since the French have trouble with our gliding diphthongs, it ends up sounding more like "bah-ee-bah-ee" ciao -- "chah-oh" -- borrowed from Italian; alternate "French" spelling tchao Ã demain __"ah- deman" means until tommorow
Ma'asalama - that's in Arabic..most people use this because many Somalis are Muslim and that is a common Arabic/Islamic parting.
Bye : ela elleqa'a ( in Arabic ) and it is written this way : Ø§ÙÙ Ø§ÙÙÙØ§Ø¡
The Romanian language equivalent of Good bye is La revedere . The Romanian equivalent of the English "bye!" is "Pa!" or" La revedere!"
There are a few ways to say 'good bye' in Hindi: Pirmelenge NamastÃ© Alavidha Poi carukiren Chalte hain [see you later] Phir milenge
The most common way to say good-bye is: Ma3a salaama (Ù Ø¹ Ø³ÙØ§Ù Ø©) It is also relatively common for Arabs to repeat the "hello" greetings for departure, so: Salaam 3aleikum (Ø³ÙØ§Ù Ø¹ÙÙÙÙ )
Hej dÃ¥. Pronounced "hey daw" (aw sounds like British English "door" rather than the American "aah")
Goodbye in Traditional Chinese is åè¦. In Simplified Chinese it's åè§. This is pronounced "zai4jian4" in Hanyu Pinyin and "tzayjiann" in Gwoyeu Romatzyh. In recent years, the phrase "ææ" has also become a common way of saying goodbye. It is pronounced "bai1bai1" in Hanyu Pinyin and "baibai" in Gwoyeu Romatzyh.
India has MANY languages. You will have to tell us which one you want to know a word in before anyone answer your question.. Yes. Try to get specific. In the most largest language and capital language of India, which is Hindi, you say hello as "Namaste"
To say good-bye in Choctaw you would say chi Pisa lackike. To sayhello, how are you?, you would say Halito, chim achukma.
Salaam, . I am not sure, but I think they say "Khuda Hafiz", which means "May God be your protector." It is a Persian phrase which is used in Iran, Tajikistan, Pakistan, some parts of India, and I believe in Afghanistan. Iran, Tajikistan and Afghanistan are three countries where Farsi (Persian) is mainly spoken. Hope that helps! . Khuda Hafiz!
au revoir, salut Also, if you want to know more about french go to google tranlate
Australians say bye, goodbye, see you, cheers, cheerio, hooroo,catch you later and other words and phrases similar to thoseheard in other English-speaking countries.
There are a few ways to say goodbye in Iroquois; Ã?:nen - byeÃ?:nenki' wÃÂ¡hi - goodbyeÃ?:nen - bye now
depends on when you're saying goodbye. for when you're saying goodbye for a short time you say; HÃ¡gooshÄ¯ÌÄ¯Ì (hago shi). for when you're saying goodbye for a long time you say; HÃ¡goÃ³ne' (hago a na).
Hindi is a language spoken by more than 258 million people, whichmakes it the fourth most spoken language in the world. As in everylanguage, it has variations in the expressions used ever yday.'Accha' means 'Good bye', a more polite expression would be 'AcchaNamaste', but if you want to say 'bye but see you later', youshould use "Phir Milenge".
because it does not make sence and maybe some people would not know what it means and other people might think you are talking about them or speaking a different langue Actually, some people do say "hi hi." :)
I know that you say bye bye ciao ciao but i dont know how to say lover sry.
This question depends on what tribe, and which language you are using. This also depends on the relationship between you and the person saying it. What would work for one situation would not for another. For instance the Cherokee have 23 different dialects and at least 10 ways to say "Bye" in only one of those; so 230 total ways to say it (and that is just one tribe). Other tribes have one word for hello and good bye, Hawaiians for example.. Modern(ly) we just say "Bye" or "See ya" etc.
Bye Bye is tschÃ¼ss , if you mean a friendly saying when parting ways. If you are holding a small child in your arms trying to make him wave and say bye-bye, it's sag winke-winke . If you mean bedtime, it's heia machen in German. ===== The expression tschÃ¼Ã is used mainly (but not exclusively) north of the River Main. In southern Germanz the expressions ade and servus are far more common
au revoir, espÃ©rons que vous passÃ© un bon moment. . that would be the most basic form I believe :)
They were to afraid af Adolf Hitler to say anything when he invaded them. >:(
We say bye, goodbye, ta-ta, see ya, laters... rarely ever does anyone actually say "cheerio" even though it is stereotypically British. TTFN ta ta for now
Aloha. Aloha is used to greet and say hello and is also used to say goodbye.
"NÃ¤kemiin" (literally "see you later") or if you say "HyvÃ¤sti" itmeans you are cutting of all connections
There is no such place as "Camoro". Could you possibly mean "the Comoros". If so, it depends on which Comoros language you are referring to: . Arabic . Mwali . Ndzwani . Ngazidja . French . Malagasy
If by football you mean the American version of football, then it's le football americain If by football you mean futbol (Soccer), then it's le football
There are about 450 Languages spoken in India and about 700 different Native American languages. But there is no such language as "Indian".
"Shalom" in Hebrew. (Jewish is not a language unless you are referring to Yiddish, which is another category on this site.)
If you're speaking to an adult, 'bye baby' is slang. If you're speaking to a baby, people usually say 'Bye, bye. Bye bye."
In English it would be the same word. In Zulu it is Hamba Kahle, in Africaans it would be Tot Siens
There's actually no such language as Swiss. Switzerland has 4 official languages: German, French, Italian, and Romansh . Please specify which language you want to translate into.
There are many ways to say it in Khmer."Lear heouy" and "Choum reap lia" are commonly used."Lia suhn haoy" is also an alternative.An answer by a man is "Baat" and an answer by a woman is "Caah"See you later is "Juab khnia thngay kraoy"
like good have a nice day and bye as in bye! so really you are saying take care, have a nice day, see you soon, good luck, wish you the best, have fun, cant wait to see you again, ect. andd that is why GoodBye is GoodBye! youu are very welcome and have a nice dayy!! :) ( see my good bye message, that's it! )
Common phrases in Norwegian are 'hei', meaning 'hi' and also 'ha det bra' which means 'bye'. 'Hi' in Norwegian is 'hei', while 'bye' is 'ha det bra'.
In Powhatan the usual greeting was chamah or netab or wingapo . The word for farewell was anah .
Au revoir is "bye" (pronounced "oh hoovwahr") Ã bientÃ´t is "see you later" (pronounced "ah bee-en-toe")
" Au revoir, et prenez soin de vous " or " Au revoir, et faites attention Ã vous " when you address to someone you barely knew, you're not close with, or when you address several people. " Salut/Au revoir, et fais attention Ã toi " when you address a close friend, or someone you know quite well.
There are many ways - it depends on personal choice. Some of the popular ones are... see you, good-bye, so long, farewell, bye bye, ta ta.. there are more I'm sure.
First off, you have to travel to Tajikistan, then you must use your lips, tongue and vocal cords to pronounce the words "good" and "bye" in that order. Once you have done that you have said "good bye" in Tajikistan. If you are wondering what a common salutation when parting ways in Tajikistan is, then you should first find out what languages are spoken in that country.
There is no such language as "Yugoslavian." Please specify: Bosnian, Macedonian, Croatian, Serbian, or Slovene.
Here is a list of people who say goodbye to Katniss. The first list is the people from the book, the second is from the movie. Book: . Prim . Katniss's mother . Gale . Peeta's father . Madge Movie: . Prim . Katniss's mother . Gale
Most Malaysians would understand Good Bye just fine. However if you like to say it local you can use the examples below. Also note that there are many dialects in Malaysia so below are some examples: Malay language: Selamat jalan (Safe journey) Said to the person going Selamat tinggal (Safe or good stay) Said to the person staying behind Selamat malam (Safe or good night) Said for a short journey However, there is a large population of Malaysians that speak Chinese or Indian languages. So here are some more that you can use for locals: Chinese: Chinese Mandarin - Zai jian Chinese Cantonese- Joi gin Chinese Hakka - Zoi kien Indian: General non formal: Nandri (see you later) Tamil - Poyitu varen (formal) Because Malaysia is a melting pot of cultures most people understand general English so all will understand the meaning of Good Bye but Malaysians will appreciate your effort to speak in their language, so go ahead and try.
There are various ways of saying 'bye in Ukrainian. You could say "Ð´Ð¾ Ð¿Ð¾Ð±Ð°ÑÐµÐ½Ð½Ñ" (formal) , which means "good bye". It is pronounced "do pobuchenna", where the "u" is pronounced as in the word 'trust', the "nn" is doubled and soft, similar to the "n" sound in the the English word "knee" (the end of the word is pronounced much like "knaa" instead of "knee"). You could also say "Ð±ÑÐ²Ð°Ð¹ " (informal) . This is pronounced like "boovuy", again with the "u" sound as in the word "trust". If you want to say something more like "see you there" or "see ya", you can say "Ð¿Ð¾Ð±Ð°ÑÐ¸Ð¼Ð¾ÑÑ" (informal), pronounced "pobuchemos". Again, the "u" is like in the word "trust", the "e" is similar to the French "-er" as in "parl er", and the "s" is soft as in French word "si". If you are saying bye to your close friend, you can just say "Ð¿Ð°Ð¿Ð°" , pronounced "pupu"; as before the "u" is like in the word "trust". When an Ukrainian say it, he often waves his hand which is an international gesture when goodbyeing. As in English, there are other ways of saying good bye, but these are the most commonly used.
Asalamu alaycum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh _____________________________________________ Just to add the above that Islam is a religion and not a language. Muslims are spread all over the world and they speak different languages per the countries of origin. However, some of them learn Arabic to practice praying and to recite the Quran in arabic.