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    GÖKOTTA (noun, n, Swedish)
    lit. “dawn picnic to hear the first
    birdsong”; the act of rising
    in the early morning to watch the
    birds or to go
    outside to appreciate nature.
     
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    JENTACULAR (adjective,
    English)
    having to do with an early breakfast.
     
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    BRUMOUS (adjective, English) of grey skies and winter days; filled with heavy clouds or fog; relating to winter or cold, sunless weather.
     
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    NEFELIBATA (noun, m+f,
    Spanish and Portuguese)
    lit. “cloud-walker”; one who lives in
    the clouds of their own imagination or dreams,
    or one who does not obey the
    conventions of society, literature, or art.
    Sounds a lot like myself ...
     
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    HOPPÍPOLLA (verb phr.,
    Icelandic)
    jumping into puddles ... me again ...
     
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