Paka - Meaning in Russian

Paka in Russian means bye. In Cyrillic it’s written пока́.

Paka is an informal way to say goodbye and should be used only with the people you are close with or children.

Sometimes Russians say paka paka!. It is the same as bye bye!.

If you need to say goodbye in formal tone, you should use dasvidaniya (goodbye in Russian).

Listen to the audio and check out more examples below.

пока́ [pa-ká] Particle
bye (informal)

Examples of Paka in Russian

  • Всем пока́! До за́втра!

    fsyem pa-ká! da závt-ra

    Bye everybody! See you tomorrow!

  • Ну всё, мне пора́, пока́!

    nu fsyo, mnye pa-rá, pa-ká

    That's it, it's time for me to go, bye!

  • Ну пока́, хоро́шего дня! - И тебе́!

    nu pa-ká, ha-ró-shee-va dnya! - ee tee-byé!

    Bye, have a nice day! - You too! (informal)

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