What’s A Word You Like The Meaning Of?

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    Lilli

    Serendipity

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    Genevieve

    Gumption

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    kira

    raison d’être

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    Yogita Chillar

    Lumière

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    Yogita Chillar

    Maktub

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    Gabby

    bliss

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    Sarah

    Hygge (danish word- love the translation!)

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    Steph

    Eunoia:
    Eunoia is the shortest English word containing all five main vowel graphemes. It comes from the Greek word εὔνοια, meaning “well mind” or “beautiful thinking.” In English rhetoric- goodwill towards an audience; the perception that the speaker has the audience’s interest at heart

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    Steph

    Querencia: a place where one feels safe, a place from which one’s strength of character is drawn, a place where one feels at home.

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    Adriana

    Anomaly

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    Diana Fridelova

    Lightness.

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    Janine

    Enigma

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    Pella

    Φιλότιμο

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    kathleen

    realize

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    Mercedes

    Ebullient
    overflowing with fervor, enthusiasm, or excitement; high-spirited
    …In Senior year of high school, a teacher of mine described me as such in a college recommendation. It has stayed with -and guided- me ever since.

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