This is a word in Yaghan, which is a language indigenous to the Tierra del Fuego region of South America. It refers to the wordless look shared between two people who both desire to initiate something yet are both reluctant or don't know how to start. Maybe two people who both want the last slice of pie?
This is the Japanese word for the bittersweetness of a brief, fading moment of beauty - perhaps such as a sunset or a rainbow in the sky. Peak season in autumn is full of aware!
This phrase in Arabic translates literally to "you bury me" - a declaration of one's hope that they will die before another person rather than have to live without them. You just don't get words like this in English...
The word in Brazilian Portuguese meaning "to tenderly run one's fingers through someone's hair". Cafuné and chill?
The German word for the feeling of homesickness you experience for a place you've never been to - similar to wanderlust! I see a new home decor art project in the works...
6. L'esprit de l'escalier
Literally translating to "staircase wit", this French gem refers to the act of thinking of a clever comeback when it is too late to deliver it. DEFINITELY going to start using this one.
Danish word for the experience of having disgust for politicians. This word might have been created specifically for this election season....
The Greek term for doing something with soul, creativity, and love - when you put part of yourself into something you do. My meraki is travel and chicken wings.