Tech Today w/ Ken May

A Chart of Emotions that Have No Names in the English Language

Posted by kenmay on January - 13 - 2013

If you’re ever beset by a strange and distinct feeling that you can’t quite name, you’re not alone. Just as the English language has pulled in loanwords like “schadenfreude” to name emotions with no English equivalent, there are a number of words other languages use to describe emotions still unnamed in English. Designer Pei-Ying Lin has charted a handful of these emotions , which are ready for your linguistic consideration. More »

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A Chart of Emotions that Have No Names in the English Language

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