Words are very powerful and important. Through them we express most of our feelings to the world. Here are some words from around the world that we wish English Language could steal right away.
1. Greng-jai (Thai)
That feeling you get when you don’t want someone to do something for you because it would be a pain for them.
In Namibia, this word means “tiptoeing across hot sand.”
3. Tartle (Scots)
The word for that panicky hesitation just before you have to introduce someone whose name you can’t quite remember.
4. Rimjhim (Hindi)
The gentle sound of rain tapping against a surface.
5. Forelsket (Norwegian)
The indescribable euphoria experienced as you begin to fall in love.
6. Trepverter (Yiddish)
A witty comeback you think of only when it’s too late to use.
7. Komorebi (Japanese)
The sunlight that filters through the leaves of the trees.
8. Utepils (Norwegian)
To sit outside on a sunny day and enjoy a beer.
9. Torpe (Filipino)
To adore someone, but to be too shy to pursue them romantically.
10. Sobremesa (Spanish)
After-lunch conversation around the table.
11. Culaccino (Italian)
The mark left on a table by a moist glass.
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