21 Emotions with No English Words [Good Article]

18 Jan
Click through to explore the infographic.

Click through to explore the infographic.

Ever had a feeling you couldn’t quite describe?  It might be that there’s just not a word for it in the English language.  Check out this work, a blend of art and academia, that presents 21 emotions for which there are no English words in a fun infographic.

From the article:

In some cases, though, words do exist to describe those nameless emotions–they’re just not English words. Which is a shame, because–as today’s infographic by design student Pei-Ying Lin demonstrates, they often define a feeling entirely familiar to us.

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