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(Yiddish) To not to begrudge the success of someone else; to be genuinely joyous of another’s joy.
(Dutch) A build-up of anticipation, joy, or pleasure you feel ahead of the actual event, such as when you can’t help but dance while setting up for a party.
(Russian) Literally, “I will unlove you,” this is the acknowledgment that you love someone in the moment but may not tomorrow.
(French) The disoriented feeling that comes from not being in one’s home country, of being a foreigner and somewhat displaced from your origin.
(Hawaiian) When you ask someone for directions, walk off, then immediately forget what they said.
(Norwegian) A word that sounds like what it is: a very specific kind of rainfall with tiny, almost floating raindrops (or snowflakes) similar to drizzle or mist.