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6 Romantic Words with No English Equivalent

Discussion in 'Love' started by Jeanh, Jul 24, 2015.

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    Pronunciation: saw•’dah•djee
    Origin: Portugese
    Definition: n., a strong feeling of missing someone you love.

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    Pronunciation: ’tooq•bur•nah
    Origin: Arabic
    Definition: n., a love so deep, you can’t imagine life without your partner. Literal English translation: “You bury me.”

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    Pronunciation: ‘rhoo•trooh•vahy
    Origin: French
    Definition: n., the joy of reuniting with someone after a long separation. Literally “rediscovery.”

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    Pronounced: uhns•’rah
    Origin: Boro language of India
    Definition: n., the bittersweet feeling that occurs in those who know their love won’t last.

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    Pronunciation: ‘mah•mih•lah•pee•nah•tah•pay
    Origin: Fuegian (language of Tierra del Fuego)
    Definition: n., a look between two people in love that expresses unspoken but mutual desire.

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    Koi No Yokan
    Pronunciation: ‘koy•noh•yo•kin
    Origin: Japanese
    Definition: n., upon meeting someone, the feeling that the two of you may soon fall in love.
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