goodbye or farewell.Japanese for goodbye.
see you later,Sayonara!
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*
good bye,peace out, deuces..
bro i gotta dip ill catch ya tomorrow.
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.