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When You Love-Hate the Place You’re From

Hiraeth (n) A Homesickness for a Home to Which You Cannot Return, a Home Which Maybe Never Was; The Nostalgia, The Yearning, The Grief for the Places of Your Past...

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from BuzzFeed

32 Of The Most Beautiful Words In The English Language

Cuando me emancipé a eso de los 22, me tocó vivir con un amigo cuya actividad principal era leer, leer, leer y de vez en cuando escribir. Conversar con este personaje era particularmente divertido porque no utilizaba ninguna grosería, y además porque solía utilizar un léxico muchísimo más amplio que el chileno promedio. Fue por …

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from HubPages

How to Get more Traffic in your Blog? The Bloggers Hacks of 2016.

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The best description of the Welsh word "hiraeth", for which the English language has no direct translation.

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from walesonline

15 of the most beautiful lines ever written in Welsh

English translation from Welsh: I'll walk beside you over many paths

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from io9

The History Of The English Language In One Chart

The history of the English language in one chart by Sabio Lantz. Nice, thank you ! / L'histoire de la langue anglaise en une charte. Très sympa, merci !

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Hiraeth (HE•rieth) Noun: -A Welsh word that has no direct English translation. The University of Wales, Lampeter attempts to define it as homesickness tinged with grief or sadness over the lost or departed. It is a mix of longing, yearning, nostalgia, wistfulness, and the earnest desire for the past. Hiraeth bears considerable similarities with the Portuguese concept of saudade (a key theme in Fado music), Galician morriña and Romanian dor.

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Rhiannon by Maiarcita. Things sacred to Rhiannon are the moon, horses, horseshoes, songbirds, gates, the wind, and the number 7.She possesses deep magic and can manifest her dreams and desires both for herself and for the good of all.

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