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Untranslatable Words:

Stories

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There are words across different languages, untranslatable into English, that describe the simple moments that connect us to nature and trigger a deep emotional response.

These words illustrate how the natural world has the power to make us healthier & happier when we take time to immerse ourselves within it and offer simple solutions of how we can enjoy and appreciate nature more often.

Here are a few of our favourites.

If you know anymore untranslatable words, let us know at hello@seedlipdrinks.com

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GÖKOTTA

Swedish

To rise early in the morning & venture outside to hear the first birds sing.

WABI-SABI

Japanese

The art of finding beauty in imperfection & accepting the impermanence of all things.

WALDINSAMKEIT

German

The feeling of being alone in the woods, connected to nature.

KOMOREBI

Japanese

Describes the sunlight that filters through the leaves of trees.

UITWAAIEN

Dutch

Taking a walk amongst nature in order to clear your mind.

FRILUFTSLIV

Norwegian

The feeling of being outside, exploring and appreciating nature.

HOKETTO

Japanese

When you gaze vacantly into the horizon and let your mind go blank.

UTEPILS

Norwegian

The first drink enjoyed outdoors in the sunshine with friends after Winter has ended.

LISLOPAD

Russian

The movement of falling leaves.

MURR-MA

Wagiman

The act of searching for something in the water with your feet.

MANGATA

Swedish

The road-like reflection of the moon in the water.

VOLTA

Greek

Taking a stroll in the evening with no real sense of direction or purpose.