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    definition: cafuné -- running your fingers through your lover's hair - unused words

  • Ryan Bloom

    There's a Word for That: 25 Expressions You Should Have in Your Vocabulary

  • Madeleine Roberts

    pronunciation | \ka-‘fU-nA\ (ka-foo-nay)...I love when other languages have beautiful words that don't exist in English

  • Theresa L

    pronunciation | \ka-‘fU-nA\ (ka-foo-nay) ~Portuguese~ aaahhh

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