Like most languages, Chamorro has different ways to say hello and goodbye. These are examples of the way you can say goodbye in Chamorro.
Probably the most common way to say goodbye, Chamorro adios is a direct loan from the Spanish adiós.
Informal ways of saying goodbye
I leave you behind.
(Usually said in situations where there is some activity going on, and to avoid disruption you dismiss yourself by saying that you will leave everyone to it.)
I leave you (all) behind.
(Used in the same way as the phrase above but addressing two or more people.)
Other ways of saying goodbye
Asta i despues
Until later, See you later
Until tomorrow, See you tomorrow
Until tonight, See you tonight
Asta otro biahe
Until next time, See you next time
Asta i birada
Until the return, See you on the way back
Asta ki umali’e’ hit ta’lo
Until we meet again (singular)
Asta ki manali’e’ hit ta’lo
Until we all meet again (plural, addressing two or more people)
Asta i Lunes
Until Monday, See you Monday
Other Related Words
To say goodbye to someone, to bid farewell
Bai hu despidi si Francine, sa’ para u hanao tatte para California agupa’.
I will say goodbye to Francine, because she’s going back to California tomorrow.
A farewell, a goodbye.
This can refer to the act itself or a celebration, a farewell party.