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this word doesn't exist in the German language. However, there are two variants of spelling it: If you pronounce the word with a long ü vowel, you can write tschüß, otherwise, more commonly, you'd write tschüss. However, 'tschüs' would make the last 's' a voiced s (instead of the unvoiced ss or ß) and I don't know of any dialect in which tschüss is pronounced like that. Don't know how to do that, but this entry should be deleted...—This unsigned comment was added by (talk) at 12:34, 28 May 2012.

Wiktionary is a descriptive dictionary: as long as it's used in a language, we include it. If you believe that it isn't used at all, the procedure is to add an {{rfv}} tag to the article, and post an explanation to the WT:RFV page (there's a link to click on the message that the rfv tag creates that will help you do that). If no one can find enough samples of its use, it will be deleted. Chuck Entz (talk) 20:02, 28 May 2012 (UTC)
By the way: you should sign your comments with ~~~~ Chuck Entz (talk) 20:03, 28 May 2012 (UTC)