Eunoia

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Word Definition Language Tags Audio
Athazagoraphobia The fear of forgetting, being forgotten or ignored, or being replaced English reflection thinking
Jouska A hypothetical conversation that you compulsively play out in your head English thinking
Ellipsism A sadness that you'll never be able to know how history will turn out English adverse thinking time
Liberosis The desire to care less about things. English thinking awareness
Zhì (智) Wisdom, perspicacity, knowledge. Chinese thinking awareness
Boketto The act of gazing vacantly into the distance. Japanese thinking
Schnapsidee An idea you have when you're drunk and will probably not considered anymore once you're sober German thinking change
Fremdschämen To be embarrassed by something somebody else did German society thinking adverse
Pole Sorry; can also express empathy and understanding. Swahili thinking life
Eunoia (εὔνοια) A well-mind; beautiful thinking Greek beauty thinking
Abditory A place into which you can disappear; a hiding place English physical thinking
Klexos the art of dwelling on the past; coined by John Koenig. English thinking
Tizita (ትዝታ) A bittersweet remembrance and longing for a time, person, thing gone by. Amharic time thinking
Exulansis The tendency to give up trying to talk about an experience because people are unable to relate to it. English emotion thinking
Lachesism The desire to be struck by disaster - to survive a plane crash, or to lose everything in a fire English thinking life fate
Onism The frustration of being stuck in just one body, that inhabits just one place at a time. English awareness reflection thinking
Fernweh To have a yearning to see distant places German travel thinking
Desenrascar An informal word that means the act of figuring out things Portuguese thinking growth
Magari maybe, hopeful wish, wistful regret, in my dreams, if only. Italian thinking
Kopfkino Imagining scenarios vividly ("head cinema") German thinking visual