12 untranslatable words from around the world Tretar - Swedish, noun On its own, "tår" means a cup of coffee and "patår" is the refill of said coffee. A "tretår" is therefore a second refill or a "threefill.
Untranslatable - Wonderful Foreign Words With No English Equivalent, Illustrated by Ella Frances Sanders. "Commuovere (Italian): v. To be moved in a heartwarming way, usually relating to a story that moved you to tears.
Untranslatable - Wonderful Foreign Words With No English Equivalent, Illustrated by Ella Frances Sanders. "Kilig (Tagalog): n. The feeling of butterflies in your stomach, usually when something romantic or cute takes place.
Wabi-sabi, japanese noun meaning "Finding beauty in the imperfections, an acceptance of the cycle of life and death" in "Lost in Translation: An Illustrated Catalog of Beautiful Untranslatable Words from Around the World