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Last update: October 24, 2017

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LANGUAGE COUNTRY TRANSLATION
AFRIKAANS South Africa tot siens
ALBANIAN Albania, Kosovo, Macedonia ditn e mir
ALSATIAN France (Alsace) wdersah
ARABIC Maghreb, Near East ma'as-salama
ARMENIAN Armenia, Armenian Highlands tstesoutyoun
AZERBAIJANI Azerbaijan, Russia (Dagestan), Iran sag olun
BAMBARA Mali an'ki
BASQUE Spain, France adio / agur / ez adiorik
BELARUSIAN Belarus Да пабачэння (da pabačennia)
BENGALI Bangladesh, India biday
BERBER Algeria, Mali, Niger gha-tamgraout
BOBO Burkina Faso, Mali ka tanga dia
BOSNIAN Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, Kosovo do viđenja (formal) / ćao (informal)
BRETON France (Bretagne) kenavo
BULGARIAN Bulgaria, Turkey, Romania довиждане (dovijdne [formal] ) / cao
BURMESE Myanmar thwa me knor
CATALAN Spain (Catalonia, Balearic Islands, Valencia), Andorra adu / a reveure
CHECHEN Russia (Chechen Republic) adika yoyla
CHEROKEE USA (Oklahoma) donadagohvi (to one) / dodadagohvi (to many)
CHINESE (MANDARIN) China, Taiwan, Singapore zài jiàn (simplified: 再见 - traditional: 再見)
CORSICAN France (Corse), Italy (Sardiania) salutu
CROATIAN Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina do vidjenja (formal) / ćao (informal)
CZECH Czech Republic na shledanou
DANISH Denmark, Germany (Southern Schleswig), Greenland, Faroe Islands farvel (formal) / hej hej (coll.)
PERSIAN (DARI) Afghanistan khudafez
DOGON Mali amayugotoro
DUTCH Netherlands, Belgium, Suriname tot ziens
ENGLISH UK, Ireland, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa good bye
ESPERANTO [constructed language] gxis revido
øis revido (Times SudEuro font)
ESTONIAN Estonia head aega
EWE Ghana, Togo yisso
FAROESE Faroe Islands, Denmark farvl
FINNISH Finland, Sweden näkemiin
FLEMISH Belgium (Flanders) tot ziens
FRENCH France, Canada (Quebec), Belgium (Wallonia), Switzerland (Romandie), Monaco, Luxembourg au revoir
FRISIAN Netherlands, Germany oant sjen
FRIULAN Italy (Friuli) ariviodisi
GALICIAN Spain (Galicia) adeus
GALLO France (Brittany, Normandy) a la perchenne
GEORGIAN Georgia ნაxვამდის (nakhvamdis) / mshvidobit
GERMAN Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy (South Tyrol), Belgium, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg auf Wiedersehen (formal) / Tschss (informal)
GOTHIC Eastern Europe, Italy, Gallia Aquitania, Gallia Narbonensis, Hispania, Crimea - extinct hails (to a man) / haila (to a woman) / hailai (plural m.) / hailos (plural f.)
GREEK Greece, Cyprus antio / geia sas
HAITIAN CREOLE Haiti orévwa / babay
HEBREW Israel lehitraot
HINDI India alwida / bidai
HUNGARIAN Hungary, Romania, Slovakia, Serbia viszontltsra
ICELANDIC Iceland bless
INDONESIAN Indonesia sampai jumpa / sampai ketemu lagi / selamat tinggal
IRISH GAELIC Ireland sln (pronounced "slawn")
ITALIAN Italy, San Marino, Switzerland arrivederci
JAPANESE Japan saynara
KABYLE Algeria (Kabylie) a themlilith / ar thoufath / kim dhilahna
KHMER Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam chum reap lhear
KIKONGO Democratic Republic of the Congo, the Republic of the Congo, Angola bikana mbote (to 1 person who stays) / beno bikana mbote (to X persons who stay) / kunda mbote (to 1 person who leaves) / beno kunda mbote (to X persons who leave)
KINYARWANDA Rwanda murabeho
KOREAN Korea, North Korea ahn nyung hee ke se yo (to someone staying at the place you're leaving)
ahn nyung hee ka se yo (to someone leaving the place you're staying at)
KOTOKOLI Togo, Ghana, Benin sofzi
KRIO Sierra Leone bye bye / na im dat
KURDISH Turkey, Syria, Iraq, Iran bi xatre te
LAO Laos, Thailand sok di / phôp khan mai
LARI Republic of the Congo sla bubote (to 1 person who stays) / slno bubote (to X persons who stay) / yenda bubote (to 1 person who leaves) / yendno bubote (to X persons who leave)
LATIN Roman Kingdom - extinct vale (1 pers.) / valete (X pers.)
LATVIAN Latvia uz redzēšanos
LIGURIAN Italy (Liguria) cio / ado / scignora
LINGALA Democratic Republic of the Congo, Republic of the Congo, Angola, Central African Republic tikala malamu (to 1 person who stays) / botikala malamu (to X persons who stay) / kende malamu (to 1 person who leaves) / bokende malamu (to X persons who leave)
LITHUANIAN Lithuania sudie (meet again in a long time)
iki pasimatymo (meet again soon)
LOW SAXON Germany (Northern Germany), Netherlands houje / duuj
LUXEMBOURGISH Luxembourg äddi
MACEDONIAN Macedonia догледање (dogledanje) / пријатно (prijatno)
MALAGASY Madagascar veloma
MALAY Malaysia, Brunei, Singapore selamat tinggal
MALAYALAM India (Kerala) pinne kanam
MALTESE Malta saħħa / ċaw
MAORI New Zealand ka kite anoo
MAPUCHE (MAPUDUNGUN) Chile, Argentina pewkayal
MARATHI India (Maharashtra, Goa) punha bhetu
MONGOLIAN Mongolia bayartai (Баяртай)
MOR Burkina Faso wend na kond yindaar
NORMAN France (Normandy) boujou / arvei / a s'vei
NORWEGIAN Norway ha det
OLD NORSE Scandinavia - extinct ver heill (to a man) / ver heil (to a woman) / veri heilir (to several men) / veri heilar (to several women) / veri heil (men and women)
OSSETIAN Russia (North Ossetia-Alania), Georgia (South Ossetia) фндараст
PAPIAMENTO Aruba, Bonaire, Curaao ajo
PASHTO Afghanistan, Pakistan de khudai pamon
PERSIAN (FARSI) Iran khodfez / be salmat / kheyr pish
POLISH Poland, Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Slovakia do widzenia
PORTUGUESE Portugal, Brazil, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, Angola, So Tom and Prncipe adeus / até à próxima
ROMANI Romania, Europe devlesa
ROMANIAN Romania, Moldova, Serbia, Ukraine la revedere
RUSSIAN Russia, Belarus, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Ukraine, Moldova, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Central Asia До свидания (da svidaniya)
SAMI (NORTHERN) Norway, Sweden, Finland oaidnaleapmai
SAMOAN Samoan Islands tofa
SARDINIAN Italy (Sardinia) adiosu (sarde) / a nos bdere (logudorese) / a si biri (campidanese)
SCOTTISH GAELIC UK (Scotland) beannachd leat (singular, familiar)
beannacht leibh (plural, respectful)
SERBIAN Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro do vidjenja (formal) / ćao (informal)
SHIMAORE France (Mayotte) kwahri
SHONA Zimbabwe sara zwakanaka (plural: sarai zwakanaka)
SINDHI Pakistan (Sindh) mokilani
SLOVAK Slovakia do videnia
SLOVENE Slovenia, Italy, Austria, Croatia, Hungary, Serbia z bogom / nasvidenje
SOBOTA Slovenia dovidenja
SPANISH Spain, Hispanic America, Equatorial Guinea adiós / hasta la vista / hasta luego / nos vemos (MEX + STH AM)
SWAHILI Tanzania, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kenya, Uganda kwa heri
SWEDISH Sweden, Finland hej då
TAGALOG Philippines paalam na po
TAHITIAN France (Society Islands) parahi / nana
TAMIL India, Sri Lanka paarkalame
TATAR Russia (Tatarstan) sau bulygyz
TELUGU India (Andhra Pradesh, Telangana) malla kalustham
THAI Thailand สวัสดีค่ะ (sawatdii kha) - woman speaking
สวัสดีครับ (sawatdii khrap) - man speaking
TURKISH Turkey, Cyprus, Greece hoşa kalın (formal) / hoşa kal (informal): to someone staying at the place you're leaving
gle gle (to someone leaving the place you're staying at)
UDMURT Russia (Udmurtia) dzéch lu (common form for one person)
dzéch lue (polite form for one person or common form for two or more people)
UKRAINIAN Ukraine До побачення (do pobatʃenja)
URDU Pakistan, India alvida / phir milengay
VIETNAMESE Vietnam xin cho tạm biệt
WALLOON ("betchfesss" spelling) Belgium a rvey / ki a vos vye bn
WELSH UK (Wales) hwyl
ANTILLEAN CREOLE France (French Antilles) an lot soleil
YIDDISH Central, Eastern and Western Europe, Israel, North America zayt gezunt
YORUBA Nigeria, Benin odabo
ZULU South Africa sala kahle (to one person if he is staying)
salani kahle (to more than one person if they are staying)
hamba kahle (to one person if he is going)
hambani kahle (to more than one person if they are going)

 

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