There are several ways you can say "goodbye" in Kwéyòl / Patois
Ayo: Bye! ah-yo Ou pati é ou pa menm di mwen ayo! You left and you did not even tell me bye! Babay: Bye bye bab-eye Alé di tout moun babay. Go and tell everyone bye bye. An dòt sòlèy: Another sun (another day / another time) ahn dot suh-leh-ee Nou ké jwenn nou an dòt sòlèy. We'll meet again another time. Dédé: Goodbye day-day Vini di papa-ou dédé! Come and say goodbye to your father! Fò mwen alé: I must go fau mweh ah-lay Fò mwen alé, ès mwen ké wè ou oswè-a? I must go, will I see you tonight? Oplèz: goodbye, farewell oh-plehz Apwé li di tout moun oplèz, li pati asou chimen-li. After he told everyone goodbye, he went on his way. Pli ta: later plee-tah Mwen ké wè ou pli ta doudou. I will see you later darling. Mwen ka alé: I am going (departing / leaving) Ében mwen ka alé konpè! Well, I'm leaving buddy!
Mwen ka pati: I'm leaving (departing) mweh kah pah-tee Ki lè i yé? Yon ka apwé mennwi!? Woy, mwen ka pati! What time is it? A quarter after midnight!? Wow, I'm leaving! Tjenbé wèd: Stay firm / keep good chem-bey wehd Tjenbé wèd machè! Stay firm my dear (address a woman with machè) Ovwa: Goodbye, farewell oh-vwah Ovwa mézanmi! Goodbye friends!