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word of the day #1

▪English – dumbfounded, speechless

▪Swedish – mållös, förstummad, stum
▪Portuguese – sem palavras, mudo, estupefato, emudecido
▪Spanish – estupefacto, mudo, sin palabras
▪Galician – mudo, enmudecida, sen palabras, estupefacto
▪German – sprachlos, entgeistert, stumm
▪Afrikaans – stomgeslaan, sprakeloos

word of the day #2

english: reckless, careless, inconsiderate

portuguese: imprudente, temerário, descuidado, negligente, despreocupado, indiferente, ousado, estouvado, irrefletido
swedish: hänsynslös, besinningslös
spanish: temerario, peligroso, atolondrado, osado, inconsiderado, atronado
german: leichtsinnig, rücksichtslos, gewagt, draufgängerisch, gefährlich
galician: imprudente, destemido
icelandic: kærulaus, skeytingarlaus, gáleysislegur, glæfralegur
afrikaans: roekelose
dutch: roekeloos, zorgeloos, onbesuisd, vermetel
welsh: di-hid, anystyriol, dibris, dienaid
swahili: iliyokosa akili
frisian: roekeleas

muditā
—  (noun) An untranslatable Sanskrit word, muditā is described as the feeling of happiness on behalf of someone else. Muditā connotes one of the most sincere and purest manifestations of happiness. This joy comes from an established sense of self, where a sympathetic or vicarious joy exists and you get pleasure from others’ well-being as opposed to envy.