pip-pip

interjection
\ ˌpi(p)-ˈpip \

Definition of pip-pip 

British
used to express farewell

First Known Use of pip-pip

1907, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for pip-pip

probably from pip-pip, imitating the sound of a horn

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