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goodbye or farewell.Japanese for goodbye.
see you later,Sayonara!
by Trina January 11, 2004
Japanese for 'goodbye'; however, it carries more finality. Instead of being used at the end of a day, as in "Goodbye see you tomorrow," it would be used in situations where you will either not see the person for a long time, if ever again.
Man: I'm sorry my trip is taking me overseas for an indefinate amount of time, I will call you as often as I can!

Woman: Sayonara! *tear*
by A Man Called Michael October 15, 2009
good bye,peace out, deuces..
bro i gotta dip ill catch ya tomorrow.

by imtheking April 11, 2009
a street in Citrus Heights ca where people living on that "block" think they are "Gangsta"
Don't mess with that fool, he is from Sayonara block.
by Juan Mendozafromsac June 21, 2007