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.
The most beautiful travel words:
Eudaimonia (noun): The contented happy state you feel when you travel
Peregrinate (verb): To travel or wander around from place to place.
Gadabout (noun): A person who travels often or to many different places for pleasure
Fernweh (noun): An urge to travel even stronger than wanderlust
Serendipity (noun): Finding something good without looking for it.
Peripatetic (noun): A person who spends his time wandering
Wayfarer (noun): Someone who travels, especially on foot.
Coddiwomple (verb): To travel in a purposeful manner towards a vague destination.
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.
Eleutheromania (noun): The intense desire for freedom
Saudade (noun): A nostalgic longing to be near again to something distant or someone that is distant.
Nemophilist (noun): One who is fond of forest; A haunter of the woods.
Thalassophile (noun): Someone who loves the sea, ocean; A lover of the ocean.