You mean "Vaya con Dios" means Go with God
it's vaya con dios, meaning go with God.
The correct spelling is: Vaya con dios
"Vaya con Dios" is Spanish for "Go with God".
"Bios con Dios" does not mean anything as "bios" is not a word in Spanish."Vaya con Dios" means "Go with God"
The correct spelling is; "Valla Con Dios" It means Go with God. Valla- Go Con - with Dios- God It's very popular when people are saying good bye, sort of like a blessing. You wish the other person luck in their journey
Via con Dios: Go with God
The correct spelling is 'Vaya con dios.' The first one is pronounced 'vee ya' in Spanish. While the third one is phonetically correct, it is orthographically in error. 'Vaya' is the singular imperative tense of the verb 'ir' - to go.
"Adios" = "Goodbye" "Vaya con Dios" = "Go with God" = "May the Lord be with you"
Good with God.
it means "go with God"
with Gods will
Go with God.
Resting with God/the Lord
goodbye and goodluck
The phrase vios con dios is a popular Spanish saying. The phrase means go with god in the English language.
Dios esté con vosotrosVaya con Dios
vaya con Dios vaya con Dios
Go with God, uncle.
ve con Dios - informal vaya con Dios - formal
...que dios esta contigo = that God is with you. Actuate??
the phrase is: Vaya con Dios, meaning "go with God"
Goodbye and go with God
con la voluntad del dios