The Wordly Affair

There are words in other languages that don’t have any counterpart in English and few of them are majestically beautiful.

Cafune(Portuguese) – Running fingers though someone’s hair

Yakamoz(Turkish) – Reflection of Moon on water

Ya’aburnee(Arabic) – You bury me ( You love someone so much that you can’t see them die before you, so you request that the person buries you)

Culaccino(Italian) – Water mark by a glass on a table/surface due to condensation

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