Does It Really Mean ‘You can keep your glory.’
Does It Really,
Good question. Yes.
It is to say their glory isn’t relevant. It’s used contemptuously, as in to to say that something is worthless or beneath consideration. Used in the same way as “you can shove it up your ass” which is what the mando’a would more accurately translate to. And let’s be real, if something is going up your sheb’ika, you can keep it. You can keep your glory…