ave atque vale

ave atque vale Hail and farewell. Ave, 'hail', was the Roman equivalent of 'hello', and vale the equivalent of 'goodbye', as well as the Roman farewell to the dead. Catullus used this expression in closing a poem on the death of his brother: Atque in perpetuum, frater, ave atque vale or 'And forever, brother, hail and farewell!'
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Ave Atque Vale

Ave atque vale is Latin for hail and farewell
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