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Greetings[edit | edit source]
- Here are some common greetings:
Common Greetings MIRAD ENGLISH Hay! Hello! Hey! Hey!, Oh...! Hoy! Bye! Hiy... Here is / Here comes... / Voici Huy... There's... / There goes... / Voila Hyay! Great! / Good for you! / Congratulations! Hyey! Oh my! / Goodness gracious! / Well! Hyoy! Too bad! / What a shame! / Sorry! Hway!* Thanks! Hwey! Your're welcome! / That's ok. Hwoy! Sorry!' Fijub! Good day! Fijwamaj! Good morning! (Lit: good early daytime) Fijwomaj! Good afternoon! (Lit: good late daytime) Fijwamoj! Good evening! (Lit: good early nighttime) Fimoj! Good night! Hoyen et xeye? How are you? (Lit. How are you doing?) Fi. Ay et? Fine. And you? Iftaxwo.
Thank-you. (Lit. (It) will be fondly remembered.)
(Lit: good wishes)
You're welcome. (Lit. Forget (it).) Diwe. Please. (Lit. It is asked.) Yovobu (at).
Excuse (me). / Sorry! Fipop! Bon voyage! Su valta! Be safe! Igbaksu! Get well soon! Yanivtos!
Congratulations! (Lit: together-happy-feeling) Iva Tajjub! Happy Birthday! Yanuvtos!
My condolences! (Lit: together-sad-feeling)
- * Pronounced like English why.