Lagom [lar-gom] is a Swedish word – it means ‘not too much, not too little; just right…’
Sisu [see-soo] is from Finland – it is difficult to translate, but roughly means: ‘determination - never give up, never back down.’
Mañana [man-yar-na] is Spanish, and can mean many things: ‘maybe tomorrow, maybe later, take it easy…’
Dugnad [pron: doog-nard] means a sense of community spirit, civic duty, doing the right thing by your friends, neighbours and colleagues. In Norway dugnad shows [ ... ]
Botho is a term from Botswana's language, Setswana; it means humanity, doing the right thing, consideration for [ ... ]
sind lieb miteinand...
Sind lieb miteinand is schwytzerdütsch (Swiss German) for 'be nice to each other.' It is how Swiss concordance works, between French, German and Italian.
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[pron. hoo-geh] 'cosy, relaxed, informal, friendly'
Closely related to hygge is Danish fællesskab - fellowship; being part of a small close-knit group.
You will find hygge and fællesskab [ ... ]