Just ran across these incredibly useful words that English lacks.

Utepils (Norwegian) means “outside beer”. It refers to the highly pleasurable activity of sitting outside enjoying a beer, especially the first warm day of spring.

Drachenfutter (German) means “dragon fodder”. This is the gift a husband gives his wife when he’s been a naughty boy, in the hope of not having to sleep on the sofa.

Attaccabottoni (Italian) means “button attacker”. Someone who starts conversations and won’t let you get away.

Saudade (Portuguese) means “sadness”, but really refers to an intense nostalgia for the past or missing friends or anything really.

I’m sure these are all words we could use from time to time.