Is this a formal way of saying you are welcome?
Ur and do?
When I hover over "teacher" I see "a thidseir," "tidsear" and "thidsear." I understand why the "h" comes and goes, but I'm not sure why there is an "i" in the first spelling, and an "a" in the second two spellings?
Is this in response to a thank you or is it greeting a visitor, or both?