How to say ”Good Bye” in different languages

Danish – farvel

Arabic – وداعًا – Wdạʿạ

Finnish – näkemiin

Dutch – tot ziens

Hindi – गुड बॉय – Guḍa bŏya

Czech – Nashledanou

Chinese – 再见 – Zàijiàn

Turkish – Güle Güle

Bulgarian – довиждане – Doviždane

Greek – αντίο – Antío

Japanese – さようなら – Sayounara

Portuguese – adeus

Swedish – hejdå

Hebrew  – טוב ביי – Twbbyy

Korean – 안녕히 가세요 – Annyeonghigaseyo

German – Abschied

Italian – Good Bye

Polish – Good Bye

Spanish – adiós

French – au revoir

Norwegian – god bye

Russian – до свидания – Dosvidaniâ

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2 thoughts on “How to say ”Good Bye” in different languages

  • August 14, 2012 at 1:57 pm
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    It’s actually ‘Auf Wiedersehen’ in german. ‘Abschied’ is the act of saying good bye.

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  • August 29, 2012 at 12:32 am
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    And in Italian it is ‘arrivederci’

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