☆ (theidolhands) wrote in 1word1day,


Sunday Word: 懐かしい

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natsu·ka·shii [nats-ka-‘shE]:
origin: Japan; natsuku= to be fond of, to want to keep close out of a familiar sense of fondness.

To feel nostalgic in a pleasant and small way.

Example: to eat a familiar food from childhood & be transported back in time via memory. One might wistfully say, "Natsukashii, na..." or in English, "That takes me back..."

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Tags: adjective, japanese, mod note, n, wordsmith: theidolhands

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