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(Scottish) The bracing, shocking, and/or invigorating feeling of suddenly entering cold water.
(Yiddish) Literally “air person,” this is someone more concerned with intellectual or creative pursuits than practical issues.
(Japanese) The idea that people, like flowers, bloom in their own time and in their own individual ways.
(Hungarian) The sense that something, often undefined or unidentified, is lacking or missing.
(Lithuanian) Literally, “the one who has put a horseshoe on themself,” this is someone with all the right skills to be successful.
(Korean) Sorrow, resentment, or regret, possibly with a sense of patiently waiting or hoping for amelioration.
(Filipino) A slang term for withdrawing affection from a person when one’s feelings have been hurt — a nonconfrontational and nonverbal form of receding to signify upset.
Koi No Yokan
(Japanese) The feeling of meeting someone and knowing that it’s inevitable that you will fall in love with them.