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  • Laurel Litchfield

    Literally means, Thousand Thanks. If you want to be formal you can say, "Mange takk skal du ha" Many thanks shall you have. My bestemor (grandmother) would say this all the time.

  • Kristi Peterson

    Literally means, Thousand Thanks. If you want to be formal you can say, "Mange takk skal du ha" Many thanks shall you have. My dad would say this all the time, it's a nice memory of mine. Tusen Tack.

  • Colyn Bonynge

    Tusen taak (pr. tooss' n tahk -ah as in father). Literally means, Thousand Thanks. English - thanks very much, or thanks a lot.

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