ta ta for now

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Etymology[edit]

From ta ta (or ta-ta) by addition of for now to emphasise hope that the parting will not be permanent.

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Often run together as IPA(key): tætɑːfəˈn

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ta ta for now

  1. (informal) see ya, laters, (less formal version of) au revoir or till we meet again
    • 1974: Tigger (voiced by Paul Winchell) in Unbouncing Tigger – Well, I gotta go, now! I got a lot of bouncing to do! Hoo-hoo-hoo! TTFN! Ta ta for now!

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