Saying goodbye....

Philippines
November 22, 2007 10:48pm CST
How do you say "Goodbye" in your own dialect or in your language? Since I live in the Philippines and I speak Filipino, we say "Paalam!" or "Hanggang sa muli!" (literally: Till then). How do you say it in your own tongue? State your nationality and your native tongue and how you say it! ^_^x
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4 responses
@hanreq (1445)
• Philippines
27 Nov 07
... i am from Philippines too and i speak Filipino,i say "sige ingats" for pasakalye..he he....:)
• Philippines
27 Nov 07
Kabayan! Ingats! Hehehehe
@hanreq (1445)
• Philippines
28 Nov 07
salamat in english thanks you...he he....:D
• Philippines
29 Nov 07
I know... Filipino rin ako eh! :P
• Australia
23 Nov 07
there are soooo many ways to say goodbye where we are. I'll tell you about the funniest one I think we have. Hooroo! True blue aussie! lol.
• Philippines
23 Nov 07
Wow then. Nice one. Never heard of it yet really actually.
• Australia
23 Nov 07
Yeah, one of our musicians uses it. It's like his signature. His name is John Williamson and he's a true blue aussie! lol.
@youless (90126)
• Guangzhou, China
27 Nov 07
I am from China. And here we say "zai jian" and the meaning is goodbye.
• Philippines
27 Nov 07
Hao le! Hhehehehe.
@sherinek (3323)
• United States
23 Nov 07
In sinhalese, it is "Ginin Ennam" meaning, "I am going, but will come back again". Cos we never stop by saying "I am going" cos we feel it would bring bad luck"
• Philippines
23 Nov 07
Wow... trivial... I believe you are in India? Just a wild guess... :P