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Ilunga-A person who is ready to forgive any abuse for the first time, to tolerate it a second time, but never a third time. Tshiluba/Luba-Kasai langage (a Bantu langage)

Ilunga-A person who is ready to forgive any abuse for the first time, to tolerate it a second time, but never a third time. Tshiluba/Luba-Kasai langage (a Bantu language). Supposedly considered by linguists the hardest word to translate.

this is paulina: april 2013

Italian word: dormiveglia (n.) - the space that stretches between sleeping and waking

How I like to spend my alone time..  lol

Capernoited (adj) Pronunciation ‘kA-per-noy-ted Peevish; Tipsy or Slightly Intoxicated.

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eigengrau: "dark light" or "brain grey"; the color seen by the eye in perfect darkness

Happens all the time!

Yuputka (from Ulwa) [sensation of crawling on skin] (If you’ve never heard of the Ulwa language, it comes from the Misumalpan languages that have Native American roots!

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❂ Ƒollow ൬e Ƒor ൬౦re↠ aliesemeyer ❂ “Each original definition aims to fill a hole in the language — to give a name to emotions we all might experience but don’t yet have a word for,” Koenig writes.

Or out. I like being outside when it rains. I like the feel on my face.

Read Chrysalism from the story Beautiful Words Dictionary by magicquails with 451 reads. (Noun)The amniotic tranquility of being i.

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