mesaul, v.s.tired; weary.
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mesulangv.s.inch.is getting tired.
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mesaul a rengulexpr.not feel like.
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Examples:
> Thank you very much. (lit., You've gotten very tired [from helping me, etc.]).
> The children's mother is tired.
> Thank you very much for your attention.
> I was getting tired on my own.
> I'm too tired to come back to the house to get the water.
More Examples:
> I'm not tired.
> Yes, I'm very tired.
> Thanks. Informal.
> Are you tired?
> Thank you. Formal.
saul, n.tiredness; trouble; thanks; gratitude.
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mesulangexpr.thank you.
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omtechel a saulexpr.repay a favor; replace (something borrowed or damaged).
oureng a saulexpr.thank someone for his trouble.
sulang
expr.thank you. (more casual than mesulang).
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Examples:
> Many thanks for your trouble.
> Droteo thanked me for my trouble.
> Thank you very much. (lit., You've gotten very tired [from helping me, etc.]).
> David convinced his men that they should not attack Saul.
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> No, thank you
> No, thank you.
> Thanks. Very informal.
> Thanks. Informal.
> I will not forget your generousity.

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