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Goodbye in different languages?

How to Say Goodbye in Several Different Languages ?

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  • 10 years ago
    Best Answer

    Afrikaans: totsiens/ vaarwel, but we also say bye

    Swedish: adjö

    Swahili: kwaheri

    Spanish; adios

    Slovenian: zbogom

    Portugeuse: adeus

    Arabic: M'asselema

    Armenian: Maanak parov

    Assirian: Push b'shena

    Bulgarian: Zbogom

    Cantonese Joi gin

    Danish: farvel

    Dutch: tot ziens

    Egyptian: senebti

    Farsi: Khoda hafaz

    Finnish: Näkemiin

    French: au revoir

    German: Auf Wiedersehen / Tschüß

    Greek: Khairete

    Hawaiian: Aloha

    Hindi: Pirmelenge

    Hungarian: Viszlát

    Igbo (nigeria): Ka odi

    Italian: ciao

    Japanese: Sayonara

    Mandarin: Zai jian

    Maori: Aroha nui

    norwegian: farvel

    Portuguese: Até a vista

    Punjabi: Sat siri akal

    Russian: Do svidanja (I have a russian name, my name is anja, spelled just like that)

    Turkish: Hoscakal

    Vietnamese: Chào ông

    Xhosa: hamba kakuhle

  • 10 years ago

    Au revoir = french

    Lehitraot = hebrew

    Äddi, of arwuar = luxemburgese

    Arrivederci = italian

    Tot ziens = dutch

  • Elise
    Lv 6
    10 years ago

    To be orthographically correct, in German it's

    Auf Wiedersehen! (formal)

    or

    Tschüss! (informal)

  • 10 years ago

    Arrivederci - Italian

    さようなら (sayounara) - Japanese

    Do widzenia - Polish

    La revedere - Romanian

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  • 10 years ago

    Adios

  • 10 years ago

    auf weidersien, there are also some on SOUND OF MUSIC when the children are going to their beds.(german) There are many german ways to say goodbye.

  • Anonymous
    10 years ago

    German - Auf Wiedersehen (this is the formal way of saying it) Chuss (this is the casual way of saying it)

  • 10 years ago

    Croatian: DOVIĐENJA (Đ you read like G in word German)

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