|The reflection of moonlight or other lights on water
|En plein air
|Outdoors; in the open air.
|To wander longingly through the forest in search of mystery
|Ground frozen hard, beyond the point where digging is possible
|The sound of wind through trees
|Brighness from the stars
|The smell of earth after rain
|“Free air life,” signifying a fundamental understanding of the positive impact of being in nature
|An amniotic tranquility of being indoors during a thunderstorm.
|The essence that animates something living, but not human
|To take a refreshing break outdoors in windy weather
|nature life beauty
|The roadlike reflection of moonlight on water
|During certain hours of the early evening, around dusk, everyone in the town who might feel like going for a walk takes a saunter or stroll up and down the main street
|time physical nature
|The whistling and pattering of rain or wind
|nature beauty sound
|A bud, but specifically referring to the stage where it is just starting to bud
|The sound of sand driven by the wind
|Someone who refuses to enter a body of water. Eg. Get in the lake you badkruka, or am I going to have to pull you in by your beard?
|funny nature explore
|A gentle secondary drizzle either from a waterfall or rain
|Literally "uncle moon"; referring to the moon when admiring it
|literal translation: fresh air fanatic; referring to a person who tends to keep the windows open to get fresh air, even in winter or someone who always tries to be outside in the open air
|A spring tide
|To walk laboriously in snow.
|The sound of dry leaves or twigs being trodden underfoot
|Literally means sun wall; to find a sunny spot during winter time where you can sit down and enjoy the warmth of the sun