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Q.

Full form of BYE is as follows
B - Begginning.
Y - Yet not the
E - End Of our Relation.
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Asked by Anand Agarwal, 30 May '09 01:08 am
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Yes I agree BYE could mean begining yet not the end...when we bid each other bye it is but a promise that we will see each other soon and that it is only a temporary seperation..B for Begining of a relationship or initialising a relationship and Y stands for Yet meaning it has a certain block or constraint which occurs in every relationship however healthy and strong that relationship is...and such a constraint or a blockage is but a temporary one and is not going to end the relationship it can be worked at and a solution can be reached which is viable for the concerned people...quite an imaginative answer..I don't know if you appreciate it ...just a pleasure trying to glean some matter out of it and framing it into an answer.. Thank U!
Answered by inquisitive, 30 May '09 01:57 am

 
  
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I will go by the actual full form of Bye, namely Goodbye - meaning God Be With You !
Answered by Janis, 30 May '09 01:13 am

 
  
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Wonderfully expressed - I think it couldn't have been better than your explanation
Answered by Krish Dey, 30 May '09 01:14 am

 
  
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And to re-inforce it, one says bye bye. i think it's wonderful !
Answered by nargis bhambi, 30 May '09 01:11 am

 
  
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Be with you everytime
Answered by mohsin shaikh, 21 Sep '13 11:07 am

 
  
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Be With You every time
Answered by balaji, 20 Sep '12 02:47 pm

 
  
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How true it is.
Answered by anushka desai, 30 May '09 06:53 am

 
  
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The phrase is forward looking. It sugests that the visit which has just begun does no end by the need to interrupt it for some time and holds promise of its resumption sooner rather than latter.The prefix 'Good' which is normally droppped for the same of briefness brings out this sense still better.
Answered by radhikamruta, 30 May '09 04:55 am

 
  
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