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From Middle English adieu also adew, adewe, adue, from Old French adieu (to God), a shortening of a Dieu vous comant (I commend you to God), from Latin ad (to) + deus (God)

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Although this pronunciation is usually used in American English, it is not the correct pronunciation in French.

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Adieu

  1. Said to wish a fond farewell; good-bye.

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Singular
Adieu

Plural
adieux or adieus

Adieu (plural adieux or adieus)
  1. A farewell, a goodbye; especially a fond farewell, or a lasting or permanent farewell.

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Old French a Dieu vos comant (I commend you to God)

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Patrono:Fr-intj

  1. farewell, adieu

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Adieu m. (plural adieux)

  1. farewell

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Adieu

  1. hello
  2. goodbye

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