What is the words for goodbye in the assiniboine language?
In Hohe Nakota (the Assiniboine language), the word for peace or time of peace is wookiye; in Lakota it is wookhiye.
Pinamaya (Thank You) Pinamaya (Thank You)
It is 'goodbye' in Russian.
The main language in Peru is Spanish, so one word for "goodbye" would be "adiós." Another official language of Peru is Quechua, which is basically the language of the Inca. It is spoken by about 15% of the population. The word for "goodbye" in this language is "rikunakusun".
The words "hello" and "goodbye" are from the English language. Being as the English language originated the UK.It would be reasonable to assume that they use the terms "hello" and "goodbye". This assumption would be perfectly correct.
Goodbye = nana
'Time to Say Goodbye' is written in the Italian language and partly English.
Sikhism is a religion, not a language. Sikhs say goodbye in whatever language they speak.
goodbye in egyptian language is Senebti.
Kohda Hafez means goodbye in Farsi (the language spoken in Iran).
The Romanian language equivalent of Goodbye is La revedere.
English is the main language in Ireland so it would be goodbye. In the Irish language it would be slán, which is pronounced slawn.
Adios! (it means goodbye in any spanish language)
There are over 250 Australian Aboriginal languages, but 'Ya minyah' means goodbye in the Wiradjuri Aboriginal language.
You can't say "bye" or "goodbye". I think it just a plain bye. Not every language have hi or goodbye or bye in that language!!
It is translated as Goodbye mein guter Freund You can Use Google Translate to translate from any language to any language
The word "Sayonara" is in Japanese.
In "crazy language" 'goodbye' means 'hello.'
The Romanian language equivalent of Goodbye is La revedere. The Romanian language equivalent of See you monday is Ne vedem (or Ne Ã®ntÃ®lnim) Luni.
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The Romanian language equivalent og good bye is la revedere.
busshism is not a language.
There is no such language as Nuniean.
The official language of New Zealand is English (although Maori is referred to as the indigenous language). Goodbye in New Zealand is the same as British or American English.
"Goodbye" in Norwegian is "Ha det bra", "Hade bra", or simply "Hade".
The main language in Argentina is Spanish so the way you would say "goodbye" is "adios."
The word arrivederci is Italian for "goodbye."
maa al salama
Buddhism is a religion, not a language.
It is German.
You can't, there is no such language as "japnece".
Egyptian isn't a language, most Egyptians speak Arabic. Anyway: This is how it is written in Arabic: وداعا This is how it is phonetically: Wdāʻā Another answer: goodbye in Egyptian language is Senebti. 
The Romanian language equivalent of "good bye" is "la revedere".
The spelling is sayonara, and it's the Japanese word for goodbye, not Asian. Asian is not a language.
The Cree word for goodbye is ikosi. You might also use kawapimitin - I'll see you.
The Assiniboin language is called Nakona and is closely related to Lakota, Nakota and Dakota (the languages of the Sioux tribes). In greeting someone you say Doken ya u? (how are you?), Doken ya shka? (how are you?, Dya ya u? (are you well?).
In Kisii language of African origin,"Kwaheri" has the meaning of "Goodbye" in English.
good luck finding that!
tatar bye bye
Vale. (singular) Valete. (plural)
hoşçakal means goodbye
O:nen ki' wahi
If you mean "bye" as in "goodbye", the word for it in England is "goodbye", because the official language of England is English. They also use some words like "cheerio" and "ta-ta" in some instances.
The official language of Montana is English. The most common languages are: English Blackfoot Crow Dakota Salish Assiniboine english
goodbye in Singapore. They have 4 languages spoken there. English, Malai, Mandarin and Tamil. English IS the primary language of the country.
You say "Good bye" in Yoruba language of the Western African origin as "Od'abo".