godspeed

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An expression of good will when addressing someone, typically someone about to go on a journey or a daring endeavor

Godspeed, John Glenn. (Scott Carpenter).

The term Godspeed is sometimes used in order to wish someone success and safety, especially if they are about to go on a long and dangerous journey. I know you will join me in wishing them Godspeed. used to wish someone good luck, especially before a journey (God speed you )
A Christian substitute to the otherwise sacrilegious "good luck", which implies that anything can be random and out of the hands of God. Used to express concern and prayer for someone
An expression of respect and good will when addressing someone, typically someone about to go on a journey or a daring endeavor
" a successful journey; "they wished him Godspeed
Success; prosperous journeying; a contraction of the phrase, "God speed you
a successful journey; "they wished him Godspeed
a successful journey; "they wished him Godspeed"
{i} success and good fortune (said to someone who is beginning a journey or new venture)
godspeed

    Hyphenation

    God·speed

    Turkish pronunciation

    gädspid

    Synonyms

    farewell, goodbye

    Pronunciation

    /ˈgädspēd/ /ˈɡɑːdspiːd/

    Etymology

    [ -'spEd ] (noun.) 15th century. From Middle English phrase God spede (“may God cause you to succeed”), from God (“god”) + spede, subjunctive of speden (“to prosper”), from Old English spēdan, from spēd (“success”) (see speed).

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