What does “vor entye” mean anyway? Is reads like mando’a but I can’t find a translation anywhere. Is it concordian?

“It means ‘thank you’. A more formal saying to those I don’t know than the contraction, VOR’E which means ‘thanks’ from a friend or ORI’VOR’E which means ‘thanks a million’ as if you did me a favor. Transliterally VOR ENTYE means ‘I accept the debt’ a tone that Manda’ade would use toward someone they don’t know our of respect for his life and not killing him in the course of it. The debt I’d accept for speaking to and answering strangers that are kind at the moment.”