The Hebrew word 'firgoon'

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there is no equivalent in english
it's like saying giving praise in a sincere way...... but not really.. because there isn't an equivalent.

edit.. a lot of time people are doing firgoon without being sencire..

you can say 'tefargen, ze lo ole kesef'
or give praise. it doesn't costs you money..

my firgoon today is saying that i like that i've a place to discuss many things like on food..
even tho that i do think that the people behind websites in general should be more allowing and not think that certain things are awful if were talked about. the opposite..
 
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