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The origin of this word is Greek. It comes from the same Greek word morosis and it is the same in both English and Greek. Morosis in Greek means mental slowness. In English more like moron or stupid.

Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - metanoia - a profound, usually spiritual, transformation

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From Saul to Paul in the New Testament. This word has Greek origins and entered English around

Eucharisteo, thanksgiving, envelops the Greek word for grace, charis. But it also holds its derivative, the Greek word chara, meaning “joy.” #thanksgiving

Eucharisteo, thanksgiving, envelops the Greek word for grace, charis.

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meraki (n.) the soul, creativity, or love put into something; the essence of yourself that is put into your work

Eunoia is the shortest English word containing all five main vowel graphemes. It comes from the Greek word εὔνοια, meaning “well mind” or “beautiful thinking"..*

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Beautiful thoughts and a well mind. Eunoia is the shortest English word containing all five main vowel graphemes. It comes from the Greek word εὔνοια, meaning “well mind” or “beautiful thinking.

elysian - a greek word meaning beautiful or creative; divinely inspired; peaceful and perfect. print available on etsy.

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Meraki, a verb, or adverb, a Modern Greek word, derived from the Turkish “Merak” (Labor of   love, to do something with pleasure), is applied to tasks, usually, creative or artistic tasks,   but can be applied to any task at all.  It means to do something with passion, with absolute devotion, with undivided attention.

Meraki - to do something with soul, creativity or love, leaving a piece of yourself in to what you are doing.

Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - apatetic - Zoology. assuming colors and forms that effect deceptive camoufla...

assuming colors and forms that effect deceptive camouflage. Origin Greek Apatetic stems from the Greek word apatētikós meaning "fallacious," drawing on the Greek verb apateúein, "to deceive." It entered English in the late

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Kefi (κεφι) Greek -- the spirit of joy enthusiasm, high spirits and frenzy, in which good times and passion for life are expressed with an abundance of excitement, happiness and fun (via Wordstuck)

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meraki [Greek μεράκι] ~ (v.) to do something with soul, creativity, or love; to put something of yourself into your work.

Vocab -meraki [Greek μεράκι] ~ (v.) to do something with soul, creativity, or love; to put something of yourself into your work.

Or·phic  (ôrfk) adj. 1. Greek Mythology Of or ascribed to Orpheus: the Orphic poems; Orphic mysteries. 2. Of, relating to, or characteristic of the dogmas, mysteries, and philosophical principles set forth in the poems ascribed to Orpheus. 3. Capable of casting a charm or spell; entrancing. 4. often orphic Mystic or occult. [Greek Orphikos, from Orpheus, Orpheus.]

“ Or·phic (ôrfk) adj. Greek Mythology Of or ascribed to Orpheus: the Orphic poems; Of, relating to, or characteristic of the dogmas, mysteries, and philosophical principles set forth in the poems ascribed to Orpheus.

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