pronunciation | che-‘zel-ich (ch being a soft guttural sound, as in German; something like a rough h)submitted by | meowmetalcat submit words | herewith thanks to | verasteine

pronunciation | che-‘zel-ich (ch being a soft guttural sound, as in German; something like a rough h)submitted by | meowmetalcat submit words | herewith thanks to | verasteine

pronunciation |  'tou-zend-sa-sa\                                     #tausendsassa, german, noun, jack-of-all-trades, talent, versatile, multi-talented, words, otherwordly, other-wordly, definitions, T,

pronunciation | 'tou-zend-sa-sa\ #tausendsassa, german, noun, jack-of-all-trades, talent, versatile, multi-talented, words, otherwordly, other-wordly, definitions, T,

Otherwordly ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring words, definitions, text, quotes, fillers, doodle, phrase, saying and scribble

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23 Perfect Words For Emotions You Never Realised Anyone Else Felt

23 Perfect Words For Emotions You Never Realised Anyone Else Felt

The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows is a compendium of all the aches, demons, vibes, joys and urges that roam the wilderness of the psychological interior. The author’s mission is to harpoon, bag and...

Fernweh can grab hold of us anytime, anywhere. During a particularly bad case of fernweh the most obscure reference to foreign climes or smallest reminder of a far-flung land where happy memories were made can be unbearable. As yet, there’s only one cure; where did you put your passport?

Fernweh can grab hold of us anytime, anywhere. During a particularly bad case of fernweh the most obscure reference to foreign climes or smallest reminder of a far-flung land where happy memories were made can be unbearable. As yet, there’s only one cure; where did you put your passport?

German Zwei = two  This word relates to "einsamkeit" (eins= one) which translates into loneliness. "Zweisamkeit" is the opposite.

German Zwei = two This word relates to "einsamkeit" (eins= one) which translates into loneliness. "Zweisamkeit" is the opposite.

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