HYGGE - (n) an absence of anything annoying, taking pleasure from the presence of gentle or soothing things.

28 Beautiful Words The English Language Should Steal

28 Beautiful Words The English Language Should Steal - This one is Danish. - NO, it is Norwegian, thanks to pinner Ellon Lewish for the information.

The Jaeger Corps  Their slogan, which is Latin, Plus esse, quam simultatur translates to Mere at være, end at synes("More to be, than to seem") in Danish, meaning that the soldier's capabilities do not have to be widely recognized or boasted - they are only more effective if unknown.

The Jaeger Corps Their slogan, which is Latin, Plus esse, quam simultatur translates to Mere at være, end at synes("More to be, than to seem") in Danish, meaning that the soldier's capabilities do not have to be widely recognized or boasted - they are only more effective if unknown.

We use idioms to pepper our speech and writing, often without even realising we’re doing it. These odd little phrases are used to express a sentiment other than their literal meaning. It doesn’t really rain cats and dogs, as the world and his wife knows. I’ve always been fascinated by foreign idioms; they give us …

Idioms Of The World #Infographic

These odd little phrases are used to express a sentiment other than their literal meaning. It doesn’t really rain cats and dogs, as the world and his wife knows. I’ve always been fascinated by foreign idioms

18 Brilliant Nordic Words We Desperately Need In English

18 Brilliant Nordic Words We Desperately Need In English

18 Brilliant Nordic Words We Desperately Need In English, especially appropriate considering now is the BBC's Northern Lights project 🙂

My latest tattoo - my favourite word (in danish) meaning: warm, cosy, loving, soothing, pleasant, inner happpiness...

My latest tattoo - my favourite word (in danish) meaning: warm, cosy, loving, soothing, pleasant, inner happpiness...

13 words that need to be included in the English language

Yet another list of words you can't find in English! For a more comprehensive language learning experience you can try out Mango Languages! You'll find this e-resource on the Urbandale Public Library website.

The Jaeger Corps  Their slogan, which is Latin, Plus esse, quam simultatur translates to Mere at være, end at synes("More to be, than to seem") in Danish, meaning that the soldier's capabilities do not have to be widely recognized or boasted - they are only more effective if unknown.

The Jaeger Corps Their slogan, which is Latin, Plus esse, quam simultatur translates to Mere at være, end at synes("More to be, than to seem") in Danish, meaning that the soldier's capabilities do not have to be widely recognized or boasted - they are only more effective if unknown.

"Why do you celebrate Christmas? You're not a Christian." And here's the answer - I celebrate Yule (in my native language Finnish, even the Christians call it JOULU = yule).

APS: "Why do you celebrate Christmas?" And here's the answer - I celebrate Yule (in my native language Finnish, even the Christians call it JOULU = yule).

The Jaeger Corps  Their slogan, which is Latin, Plus esse, quam simultatur translates to Mere at være, end at synes("More to be, than to seem") in Danish, meaning that the soldier's capabilities do not have to be widely recognized or boasted - they are only more effective if unknown.

The Jaeger Corps Their slogan, which is Latin, Plus esse, quam simultatur translates to Mere at være, end at synes("More to be, than to seem") in Danish, meaning that the soldier's capabilities do not have to be widely recognized or boasted - they are only more effective if unknown.

What is an Aebleskiver you ask? The exact description can be found online and it says: "Æbleskiver (Danish meaning apple slices in English (singular: æbleskive) are traditional Danish cakes, somewhat similar in texture to American pancakes. A pan with several hemi-spherical indentations in... more details available at https://www.kitchen-dining.com/blog/cookware/all-pans/product-review-for-camp-chef-true-seasoned-aebleskiver-cast-iron-pan/

What is an Aebleskiver you ask? The exact description can be found online and it says: "Æbleskiver (Danish meaning apple slices in English (singular: æbleskive) are traditional Danish cakes, somewhat similar in texture to American pancakes. A pan with several hemi-spherical indentations in... more details available at https://www.kitchen-dining.com/blog/cookware/all-pans/product-review-for-camp-chef-true-seasoned-aebleskiver-cast-iron-pan/

The Jaeger Corps  Their slogan, which is Latin, Plus esse, quam simultatur translates to Mere at være, end at synes("More to be, than to seem") in Danish, meaning that the soldier's capabilities do not have to be widely recognized or boasted - they are only more effective if unknown.

The Jaeger Corps Their slogan, which is Latin, Plus esse, quam simultatur translates to Mere at være, end at synes("More to be, than to seem") in Danish, meaning that the soldier's capabilities do not have to be widely recognized or boasted - they are only more effective if unknown.

The Jaeger Corps  Their slogan, which is Latin, Plus esse, quam simultatur translates to Mere at være, end at synes("More to be, than to seem") in Danish, meaning that the soldier's capabilities do not have to be widely recognized or boasted - they are only more effective if unknown.

The Jaeger Corps Their slogan, which is Latin, Plus esse, quam simultatur translates to Mere at være, end at synes("More to be, than to seem") in Danish, meaning that the soldier's capabilities do not have to be widely recognized or boasted - they are only more effective if unknown.

The Jaeger Corps  Their slogan, which is Latin, Plus esse, quam simultatur translates to Mere at være, end at synes("More to be, than to seem") in Danish, meaning that the soldier's capabilities do not have to be widely recognized or boasted - they are only more effective if unknown.

The Jaeger Corps Their slogan, which is Latin, Plus esse, quam simultatur translates to Mere at være, end at synes("More to be, than to seem") in Danish, meaning that the soldier's capabilities do not have to be widely recognized or boasted - they are only more effective if unknown.

The Jaeger Corps  Their slogan, which is Latin, Plus esse, quam simultatur translates to Mere at være, end at synes("More to be, than to seem") in Danish, meaning that the soldier's capabilities do not have to be widely recognized or boasted - they are only more effective if unknown.

The Jaeger Corps Their slogan, which is Latin, Plus esse, quam simultatur translates to Mere at være, end at synes("More to be, than to seem") in Danish, meaning that the soldier's capabilities do not have to be widely recognized or boasted - they are only more effective if unknown.

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