I’ve found six words from other languages about love that do not have an English equivalent. 

1. Mamihlapinatapai  (‘mah-mih-lah-pee-nah-tah-pay) – A look between two people in love that expresses unspoken buy mutual desire. (Fuegian language of Tierra del Fuego)

2. Onsra (uhns-‘rah) – A bittersweet feeling that occurs in those who know their love won’t last. (Boro language of India)

3. Koi No Yokan (‘koy-noh-yo-kin) – Upon meeting someone, a feeling that the wo of you may soon fall in love (Japanese)

4. Retrouvailles (‘rhoo-trooh-vahy) – The joy of reuniting with someone after a long separation. Literally “rediscovery.” (French)

5. Tuqburni (‘tooq-bur-nah) – A love so deep, you can’t imagine life without your partner. The English translation is “you bury me.” (Arabic)

6. Saudade (saw-‘dah-djee) – A strong feeling of missing someone you love. (Portuguese) 

I love how these words remind me of the many ways to show someone that you love them.  :heart: