Here are 7 emotions foreign languages have words for, but English doesn’t!
- [long-winded definition of word that just means “sad”]
- [wild misinterpretation of idiomatic phrase]
- [plagiarised entry from The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows]
- [not actually an emotion]
- [stark illustration that author doesn’t understand how loanwords work]
- [neologism used once by one particular 19th Century poet]
- [obligatory appearance of “schadenfreude”]