12 Words That Truly Define the Essence of Travelling

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The creative folds in literature are what makes a language so exotic that takes the reader to the same exact feeling. When we read a really detailed blog about a place, we feel a part of us experience those same texts. A travel story or personal travel experiences are intriguing just because of the very fact that we are able to feel it. Below are 12 words that have been successful in defining the true meaning of travel. The cliché of being called so many names, the words TRAVEL is often misused in wrong expressions. Read ahead to find what it means –


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These are the 12 Words

Sehnsucht (n.)

Origin: German

“The inconsolable longing in the human heart for we know now what”; a yearning for a far, familiar, non-earthly land one can identify as one’s home

Livsnjutare (n.)

Origin: Swedish

One who loves life deeply and lives it to the extreme

Sturmfrei (adj.)

Origin: Germany

Lit. “storm free”; the freedom of not being watched by a parent or superior; being alone at a place and having the ability to do what you want

Resfeber (n.)

Origin: Swedish

The restless race of the traveler’s heart before the journey begins, when anxiety and anticipation are tangled together; a ‘travel fever’ that can manifest as an illness

 Vagary (n.)

Origin: Latin

An unpredictable instance, a wandering journey; a whimsical, wild or unusual idea, desire, or action

Dérive (n.)

Origin: Latin/French

Lit. “drift”; a spontaneous journey where the traveler leaves their life behind for a time to let the spirit of the landscape and architecture attract and move them

Fernweh (n.)

Origin: German

An ache for distance places; the craving for travel

Resfeber (n.)

Origin: Latin/French

The restless race of the traveler’s heart before the journey begins, when anxiety and anticipation are tangled together; a travel fever that can manifest as an illness

Sonder (v.)

The realization that each random passerby is living a life as vivid and complex as your own

Solivagant (adj.)

Wandering alone; (n.) A solitary wanderer

Wanderlust (n.)

A strong, innate, impulse or desire to travel the world

Coddiwomple (v.)

To travel in a purposeful manner towards a vague destination

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