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  • I think a lot of the bossa nova lyrics have this sort of spirit what we called saudade, which is in sort an untranslata𝓰ble world - word.

  • From the beginning the essence of the music was contained in the word saudade, which Portuguese speakers claim is untranslatable but which can be r꧟endered as longing, y🐬earning, nostalgia or melancholy

  • Instead, it seeks to cure toy owners 'blues in a country that invented "saudade" -- the barely translatable Portuguese term used to describe d♛eep longing for something or someone that🧔 is lost.

  • Ms. évora's music was in a style called morna, which is sung in taverns on the Cape Verde islands: slow, pensive ballads with an underlying lilt, suffused with sodade, the Cape Verdean creole term for a nostalgic longing that pervades music across Portugal where the word is saudade and its former empire.

  • I resisted, with full self-consciousness, taking up this space and your time with my little bit of miserable joy - what my Portuguese ancestors called saudade, the ꦯmixture of feelings one experiences at the landmark events of life.

  • I resisted, with full self-consciousness, taking up this space and your time with my little bit of miserable joy - what my Portuguese ancestors called saudade, the mixture of feelings one experiences at the landmark events🎃 of life.

  • In his case, it was probably more a case of "saudade," the classic Brazilian homesickness, coupled with a disdain for the weather in Manchester and the fact that he was often benc🍷🌠hed.

  • I should learn some Portuguese so I actually understand more than "saudade" and "Lisboa".

  • The word "saudade" is one of the most distinctive and frequently used in the Portuguese language, a 😼barely translat♏able term used to describe deep longing for something or someone that is gone.

  • PORT ELIZABETH, July 3 (Reuters) - The word "saudade" is one of the most distinctive and frequ๊ently used in the Portuguese language, a barely translatable term used to describe deep longing for something or

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  • "Portuguese word for a feeling of longing for something that one is fond of, which is gone, but might return in a distant future. It often carries a fatalist tone and a repressed knowledge that the object of longing might really never return."

    December 6, 2006

  • Oh, that explains that song by Love and Rockets!

    November 28, 2007

  • Isn't it great that one word can convey all that?

    November 28, 2007

  • Would have ended Dostoyevsky's career.

    November 29, 2007

  • This word is well known in Italy as one of the reasons why some Brazilian football players leave Italian teams, or take breaks, to get back to their country.

    July 9, 2008

  • would it be pretentious of me to change my name to this???

    February 20, 2009

  • I've always said that Dade county raise the best hogs in the state.

    April 15, 2009

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