"Geros ilas se kirimvose!"
Translation:Goodbye and thanks!
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Yes! "Geros" means "a walk" and ilas comes from the verb "ilagon" which means "to lie" or "be at" a place.
So together it means something like "May the path lie straight"
Source: the vocabulary page from wiki.dothraki.org
EDIT: that website seems to be down at the moment, but you can still access it through the wayback machine