phrase is most often translated as "Good night
, the phrase is used right before the speaker or the listener will be going to rest; It is a final benediction
wishing that the listener rest well the coming evening.
The phrase can be broken down into three parts:
The third component would usually show up within normal family settings
, and implies both a sense of familial closeness
and a willingness to take a command. More casual friends
would probably shorten the phrase to "Oyasumi