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In Greek mythology, Elysium (or "The Elysian Fields") was the paradise where heroes lived after death.

pronunciation | “ek-se-den-‘tE-zhE-ist there are days like this. i didn't know there was a name for it!

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24 Unusual Travel Words You Should Know - Migrating Miss Know some one looking for a recruiter we can help and we'll reward you travel to anywhere in the world. Email me, carlos@recruitingforgood.com

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Guys this is Sam and Dean in the Impala that has been mistaken for a hipster photo how has no on noticed this

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Hiraeth (n) A Homesickness for a Home to Which You Cannot Return, a Home Which Maybe Never Was; The Nostalgia, The Yearning, The Grief for the Places of Your Past...

A perfect word for the military life. Quotes about Home: Definition for hiraeth (n.) a homesickness for a home to which you can not return, a home which maybe never was; the nostalgia, the yearing, the grief for lost places in your past.

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How can a definition of a word paint a picture so vividly in my mind!?! Op

Scintilla: a tiny, brilliant flash or spark; a small thing; a barely visible trace

This foreign avenue, this bustling marketplace, this hub of culture was full of selcouth and alluring sounds, aromas and faces.

Other words: scripturient: having a consuming passion to write. Or bibliophiliac: one who loves books. I’m definitely a logastellus: one whose love of words is greater than their knowledge of words.