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Word Definition Language Tags Audio
Gattara A woman catlover who feeds alley cats or spends time with domestic cats Italian life society
Jijivisha The strong, eternal desire to live and to continue living Hindi philosophy life awareness
Innerer Schweinehund Literal: 'Inner pig dog'; the lazy voice in your head. It symbolizes the part of you that doesn’t want to go jogging, that prefers staying at home with chocolate and pizza and is just generally lazy. German feeling life health
Hygge A quality of cosiness and comfortable conviviality that engenders a feeling of contentment or well-being. Danish life feeling
desenrascanço the ability to find improvised solutions to problems Portuguese strength attribute life
Trasnochar To stay up all night Spanish life time event
Morriña Nostalgia that you feel when you are far from home Galician feeling awareness life
Occhiolism The awareness of the smallness of your perspective English awareness life society
Trepverter A witty comeback you think of only when it’s too late to use Yiddish funny life
Pole Sorry; can also express empathy and understanding. Swahili thinking life
Ramé Something that is both chaotic and joyful at the same time Indonesian life attribute
Estrenar The experience of wearing something for the first time Spanish life
Jafjafa (جفجفة) The sound of new clothes. Arabic attribute life
Jugaad (जुगाड) the ability to 'make do' or 'get by'. Hindi life
Lebensmüde Weary of life German adverse life stress
Levensgenieter Someone who loves life deeply; is devoted Dutch life happiness positive
Saudade melancholic longing, nostalgia, dreaming wistfulness. Portuguese life
Utepils The act of sitting outside on a sunny day enjoying a beer Norwegian event life positive
Ohrwurm A melody or song that gets stuck in your head ("ear worm") German life music
Prozvonit To call a mobile phone and let it ring once so that the other person will call back, saving the first caller money. Czech life funny event
L’chaim (לְחַיִּים) Lit. ‘to life’. Hebrew life
Onsay Pretend to love Boro life
Gemütlichkeit An atmosphere of belonging, relaxation, chilled music, great food and drink German music food life
Lachesism The desire to be struck by disaster - to survive a plane crash, or to lose everything in a fire English thinking life fate
Moriturism The sudden reminder that you will one day no longer occupy this earth English awareness philosophy life



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