This word is often considered musi, indicating that it's sometimes not used in more serious contexts or in toki pona taso conversation. However, it may still be useful to know.
Usage category: rare
Coined era: post-pu
Coined year: 2020
goodbye, farewell, see you later, eat a good fish
Coined by jan Maliku in reference to the message "o moku e kala pona", which jan Sonja wrote on their copy of Toki Pona: The Language of Good during a Texas meetup.
Source Language: toki pona
Etymology: o.m.e.ka.po. ← o moku e kala pona
Creator(s): jan Maliku