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Unusual travel words with beautiful meanings

People who travel have to speak in different languages. Even though English is an universal language, there are some moments, when these vocabularies are still not enough for a proper communication. That’s the reason for this article, that presents all the beautiful travel words without adequate translations.

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The most beautiful travel words:

 

Eudaimonia (noun): The contented happy state you feel when you travel

Origin: Greek

 

Peregrinate (verb): To travel or wander around from place to place.

Origin: Latin

 

Gadabout (noun): A person who travels often or to many different places for pleasure

Origin: English

 

Fernweh (noun): An urge to travel even stronger than wanderlust

Origin: German

 

Serendipity (noun): Finding something good without looking for it.

Origin: English

 

Peripatetic (noun): A person who spends his time wandering

Origin: Greek

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Wayfarer (noun): Someone who travels, especially on foot.

Origin: English

 

Coddiwomple (verb): To travel in a purposeful manner towards a vague destination.

Origin: English

 

Resfeber (noun): The restless race of a traveler’s heart before the journey begins; The tangled feeling of fear and excitement before a journey begins.

Origin: Swedish

 

Eleutheromania (noun): The intense desire for freedom

Origin: Greek

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Saudade (noun): A nostalgic longing to be near again to something distant or someone that is distant.

Origin: Portuguese

 

Nemophilist (noun): One who is fond of forest; A haunter of the woods.

Origin: English

 

 

Thalassophile (noun): Someone who loves the sea, ocean; A lover of the ocean.

Origin: Greek

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