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23 Beautiful Words We Don’t Hear Often – Curious Cat

This is for the lover of words, every writer exploring new ideas, and for the wandering minds. 1. Cordolium (Latin) 2. Nefelibata (Portuguese) 3. Sibylline (Latin) 4. Vad (Hungarian) 5. Philocalist…

Unusual Travel Words | Looking for inspiration? Here's a list of unusual travel words to help express your love for travel:

Looking for unusual travel words that can fully express how you feel? Here's a list of beautiful travel words from different languages. Click here to read.

The 100 Most Beautiful Words in English by Robert Beard, the author of the Word of the Day at yourDictionary.com, via theharissisters #Words #English

Wait . . . what? Isn't that subjective? I suppose it is. THIS list, however, was compiled by Robert Beard, who has been making dictionaries, creating word lists, and writing poetry for more than 40 years. For five years, he wrote the Word of the Day at yourDictionary.com. Since 2004, he has written 1,500 words in the series. Below is a list of his favorite words and their definitions—and now that you have them, you can use them every day (they're very schmancy you know). Please note, there's…

23 Beautiful Words We Don’t Hear Often – Curious Cat

This is for the lover of words, every writer exploring new ideas, and for the wandering minds. 1. Cordolium (Latin) 2. Nefelibata (Portuguese) 3. Sibylline (Latin) 4. Vad (Hungarian) 5. Philocalist…

150+ Most Beautiful Words in the World (Origin+Pronunciation+Definition)

This list of unusual and beautiful words will not only enrich your vocabulary but also allow you to perceive the world differently.

It comes from the Greek word εὔνοια, meaning "well mind" or "beautiful thinking. Eunoia is the shortest English word containing all five main vowel graphemes. In book eight of Nicomachean Ethics, Aristotle uses the term to refer to the kind and benevolent feelings of goodwill a spouse has which form the basis for the ethical foundation of human life.

It comes from the Greek word εὔνοια, meaning "well mind" or "beautiful thinking. Eunoia is the shortest English word containing all five main vowel graphemes. In book eight of Nicomachean Ethics, Aristotle uses the term to refer to the kind and benevolent feelings of goodwill a spouse has which form the basis for the ethical foundation of human life.