Intercultural Word of the Week: "Iktsuarpok"

This Inuit word is for the excitement you feel when waiting for someone or something to arrive, so much so that you keep going outside to check whether they’ve arrived yet!  That reason for going outside is iktsuarpok… really hungry?  Checking on your delivery is iktsuarpok.


Intercultural Word of the Week: "Estrenar"

You know that “Mmmm… new clothes” feeling you get when a new piece of clothing or footwear fits just right and looks just great?  That’s estrenar, the Spanish word for the joy of wearing something for the first time, maybe with a little strutt!

Dominic Tidey is the C.O.O. of EuRA, the European Relocation Association.  EuRA is the professional industry body for relocation providers and affiliated services. As a non-profit organisation EuRA aims to promote the benefits of a professionally managed relocation to companies with globally mobile employees.


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Intercultural Word of the Week: "Waldeinsamkeit"

This German word explains the feeling of solitude and connectedness to nature we feel when being alone in the woods.  From Wald meaning forest and Einsamkeit meaning loneliness, despite sounding a term for a sad feeling, it’s actually used to express a sense of calm and peacefulness.