ave atque vale

a•ve at•que va•le

(ˈɑ wɛ ˈɑt kwɛ ˈwɑ lɛ; Eng. ˈɑ veɪ ˈɑt kweɪ ˈvɑ leɪ)
Latin.
hail and farewell.

ave atque vale

A Latin phrase meaning hail and farewell.
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In most major metropolitan centres, the kiss has virtually replaced the handshake as the social ave atque vale of our times .
Swinburne also wrote on William Blake, Percy Bysshe Shelley, and Charles Baudelaire, and his elegy on the latter, Ave Atque Vale (published 1868), is among his finest works.
Here he probably wrote the famous ode that ends Frater, ave atque vale ( " Brother, hail and farewell " ).