Informal. goodbye.
Baby Talk. sleep.
go bye-bye, Baby Talk.

to leave; depart; go out.
to go to sleep; go to bed.

Historical Examples

Princess Mary’s Gift Book Various

(functioning as sing) an informal word, used esp to children, for sleep go to bye-byes


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