What is the Irish for 'farewell'?

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slàn go foill (with a fada on the 'o' in foill)
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'Farewell' in Irish is 'Slán leat' (sg. 'Slán libh' (pl. said by person remaining; 'Slán agat' (sg. 'Slán agaibh' (pl. said by person leaving.
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