So, everyone has to agree with me. The people that speak the English language should know that the English language isn't the prettiest or the most creative language out there. I'm not shaming on the language! Not even remotely. I am just saying that the English language could be more creative and this is coming from an English speaker also!
So, not hate towards me or even to this article.
I have done a small investigation and I obtained several words that we should use, or well, everyone should use. Its more creative and I find it more appealing and beautiful (if that make sense) It rolls off the tongue smoothly and I really do hope you agree with me. Some of the words seem difficult to say, but hang in there, not everything is easy on the first attempt:)



The word above comes from the Yaghan language of Tierra del Fuego. It applies to the wordless, significant look shared by two people who both want to initiate something, but are reluctant to do so. This could also refer as an unspoken, but the intimate private moment between two.
In simpler words, if you think about a movie or book (wattpad also, most definitely wattpad) when two future intimate partners stare at one another from afar, wanting to act on their thoughts, but don't. They just stare at one another like they're the only two in the world.
Fun fact: Mamihlapinatapai is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the "most succinct word" and is considered remarkably difficult to translate.



Ya'aburnee is a word from the Abaric language, it literally means "you bury me," but the word is more meaningful than it seems to be. Some would say, using the word would be considered selfish or even maybe selfless. Ya'aburnee is a way to declare your hope that your loved one will outlive you because of how unbearable it would be to live without them. Love is a beautiful and scary emotion, you won't even know you are in love until the moment comes and present itself. Once you fall in love, it's even hard to get fall out of it. And it is ten times hards to get rid of any love to someone has passed on. Almost impossible to some.



The Russian word toska can be roughly translated to mean sadness or lugubriousness, but according to Lolita author Vladimir Nabokov, these English words don't come close to its real meaning. There isn't a word to be even remotely close to the definition of the unique Russian word. In best explanation. toska means the lowest and most painful, it is a feeling of high spiritual anguish, often without any critical purpose. At less morbid levels it is a dry ache of the soul, a longing with nothing to long for, a sick pining, a vague restlessness, mental throes, yearning. In particular cases, it may be the wish for somebody or something specific, nostalgia, love-sickness. At the deepest level, it ranks into ennui, weariness.



A word from the Portuguese language, Saudade. It is to say that Saudade is the state you’re in when you’re missing something or someone wouldn’t do justice. Saudade is a deep melancholy or nostalgia you feel when yearning for something—or someone—who is not there.
This type of feeling could be used in multiple personal situations. Some could use this word when a loved one; An significant lover, a friend, or a family member has passed on to the afterlife or could be to someone you had pushed away for an apparent reason. Saudade would be a word to perfectly describe the emotion
that person would be feeling.



You know when you’re really full, but your meal is just so delicious, you can’t stop eating it? Well, Georgian has a certain word for that typical feeling, Shemomedjamo This word literally means, “I accidentally ate the whole thing.".
So, don't worry. You aren't the only one, everyone especially the Georgian know the struggle.



Tartle is a word from the Scots language. It describes the nearly onomatopoeic word for that panicky hesitation just before you have to introduce someone whose name you can't quite remember. And I bet every one of you guys has been this horrifying, embarrassing moment. It's quite a struggle and weirdly enough, there is a word for it. Unbelievable, right?


Koi No Yokan

Koi No Yokan is a word from the Japanese language –The meaning of the word is actually really cute and adorable surprisingly. It is the sense, that upon first meeting of a person that the two of you are going to fall in love. In simpler words to fully understand. It means love at first sight

Well, that's all folks. Try to use these words, show them to your friends and family. Let them see you be that smartass! If you guys liked this article, I will make another one for you guys :) Until next time.