Ciao can be heard at the beginning and the end of an interaction so in that sense it can be interpreted as meaning both "Hello" and "Goodbye."
Specifically, the Italian word is a greeting that means "hello, hi." But it may be heard at both the start and the finish of conversations. The pronunciation is "tchow."*
*The sound is similar to that in the English noun "chow."
Ciao is both hello and goodbye in italian. good for u
Ciao is actually an Italian word meaning both hello and goodbye. In Spanish there is chau, which means goodbye.
Aloha. It means both hello and goodbye.
"Salut" can be used to mean both hello or goodbye. Note that it is rather informal.
'Aloha' means both Hello and Goodbye in Hawaiian.
The word "Aloha" means both hello, goodbye, and love in Hawaiian.
Hawaiians say Aloha which means both hello and goodbye. aloha
It's actually an Italian word, and it is spelled Ciao. It can mean both hello and goodbye. While it is an Italian word, it is also a spanish word. I am from Bolivia and we spell it chao and it means goodbye. It is a pretty informal way of saying goodbye similar to a "later" in English. Can be used in place of "adios".
Aloha means both hello and goodbye. It is a Hawaiian word.
Servus - Hello Grüß Gott- hello fürt di - goodbye
Aloha, which means both hello and goodbye.
In Hebrew, both Hello and Goodbye are the same word: Shalom.
You can use 'Salut'. It's a general but informal way to say 'Hi' and 'Goodbye.
Namaste literally means "I bow to you." Namastecan be described as the "aloha" of India, as it is used both for Hello and Goodbye.http://wikitravel.org/en/Hindi#Hindi_Phrases
Aloha is both.
Aloha is the word for both hello and goodbye in Hawaiian.
'Ciao' is an Italian word that means both 'Hello' and 'Goodbye'. So it may be used in meeting someone or in parting company. It's pronounced 'tchow'. The sound 'ow' is similar to the sound 'ow' in the English cry of pain.
Shalom is not a language, but it is a word in Hebrew. The word shalom literally means 'peace' and is used to say both hello and goodbye.
both are ALOHA
One of the most versatile words in Japanese, it can be used for both hello and goodbye, thank you and your welcome!
Aloha [uh-low-ha] means both 'hello' and 'goodbye' in Hawaiian. It also is a word for affection, peace, compassion, mercy, and hospitality.
Chao is a Italian and Spanish word and it means goodbye in both languages. if you translated it into English it would mean goodbye.Chao is an informal way of saying goodbye can be replaced by 'later' in English or 'adios' in Spanish.Hope i helped.
To do both, you just wave.
No, Japanese has several words for both hello and goodbye, including (respectively), 'konnichiwa' and 'jaa ne.' 'Sayonara' is also a word for goodbye, but is rather stiff, formal, and used in circumstances where you don't intend to see the other person for quite a while.
in french is Bonjour, and goodbye is Au Revoir. An informal alternative of both is Salut, which can be either used to say "Hi" or "Bye" informally.