|Rude or colloquial translations are usually marked in red or orange||Goodbye is supplanted by a "Khuda Hafiz" or an alternative form, "Allah Hafiz", both of which mean "May God keep you safe"|
|In and , Assalomu aleykum is used as an informal greeting|
It was reported that said "When one of you joins a gathering, let him say 'Peace'.20
|This trend is similar to writing S or SAWS in place of||com|
|Collins Dictionary||In which has a majority of Muslims with -orientation, it is a common greeting|
Pronunciation [ ] The phrase is normally pronounced according to local of speakers and is very often shortened.
|In , the native term Selam is used in place of Tadias, which is the equivalent of "What's up"||Retrieved May 19, 2018|
|Your Lord has made mercy incumbent upon Himself: whoever of you commits an evil [deed] out of ignorance and then repents after that and reforms, then He is indeed All-Forgiving, All-Merciful||Dhaka, Bangladesh: Banglapedia Trust,|
When he wants to get up and leave, let him say 'Peace'.