What is the meaning of Vaya Con Dios?
Vaya con dios is a Spanish language phrase meant as a farewell.
It literally translates to “go with God.”
What does go with God mean?
The phrase is formed of “vaya”, which is the third-person singular present subjunctive of the verb “ir,” meaning “to go”; “con,” which means “with”; and “Dios,” which of course means God. In other words, in idiomatic English, “God be with you” or “go with God”. This is after all what “good-bye” really means.
How do you spell Vaya Con Dios?
Vaya con Dios. Go with God or just farewell (goodbye). Vaya is the formal, imperative command (ir) which uses the 3rd person, singular, present tense, subjunctive mood form of the verb. VAya con Dios is a popular farewell meaning “Go with God.”
What does bio mean in Spanish?
|bio n||abbr (biography: story of [sb]’s life)||biografía nf Exemplos: la mesa, una tabla.|
|bio adj||prefix (biological)||bio prefijo|