That, as well as "see you later/again" should also be acceptable.
Would the pronounciation be similar to Maori pronounciation?
I hope they make listening examples soon :)
Why ia A hui hou kaua. the same as A hui hou. ?
Just because it's not quite natural to say "Until you and I meet again" in English, maybe? And we can't say, "Until meet again" for the one that doesn't have "kaua."
Is this used in daily conversation?
What could "Till next time" mean besides "Until (we) meet again"?
could someone explain the meaning of each word please?
a = 3. "when/until/up to"
hui = 2. "to join, unite, meeting of persons"
hou = 1. "new" 2. "again [anew], more"