“Goodbye” in Egyptian Arabic

In Egyptian Arabic, “Goodbye” is written using the Latin script as:

M3 el slamah

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

مع السلامة

(Editor’s note: In Egyptian Arabic, another common way to say Goodbye is Salam / سلام, which may be more cognate with the English farewell “Bye”.)

Listen to this farewell pronounced (audio)


Examples in sentences or statements

“Goodbye. See you again soon.”

Ma3 el slamah. Ashofk tani 2orayeb.

.مع السلامة. اشوفك تاني قريب

“I’m going to say Goodbye to your parents.”

Ana raye7 2a2ol le ahlak m3 el slamah.

.انا رايح اقول لي اهلك مع السلامة

“My Mom says Bye.”

Omy 2alet m3 el slamah.

.امي قالت مع السلامة

“Goodbye. See you next summer.”

M3 el slamah. Ashofak el seif ely gai.

.مع السلامة. اشوفك الصيف الي جاي

“Goodbye. See you later.”

M3 el slamah. Ashofk ba3den.

.مع السلامة. اشوفك بعدين


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