Spanish: An arrow shot - to be hit by love at first sight.
Japanese: When you meet someone and know your are destined to fall in love.
Yaghan: The shared looked of desire between two people too shy to make the first move
Inuit: The sense of anticipation as you wait for someone to visit.
Tagalog: The giddiness you feel when meeting your crush.
Hebrew: The simple, unselfish joy that something good has happened to someone else.
Rapa Nui: The lack of appetite you suffer when falling in love.
Greek: The sound of wind whispering through the leaves.
Hindi: The realisation of love through separation.
French: The feeling of joy when you are reunited with a loved one after a long separation.
Danish: The euphoria of falling in love.
Portugese: To gently nuzzle your lover's neck with the tip of your nose.
Tamil: The fake anger lovers display after a tiff.
Chinese: The force that brings us together.
Dutch: The warmth of being with loved ones.
Chinese: The promise of eternal love.
Rukwangali: To walk on tiptoes across the warm sand.
Russian: Someone that only has one love in their life.
German: The feeling of safety that comes from being with loved ones.
Urdu: The pride you feel from being loved.
Gaelic: The pulse of my heart.
Serbian: A sense of oneness with the universe derived from the simplest of pleasures.
Bolo: The bittersweet feeling that love won't last.
Romanian: The sense of longing when separated from that which you love.
Portugese: To run your fingers through a lover's hair.
Mandalorian: A bittersweet moment of mourning & joy.
Welsh: A hug - the safe place provided by a loved one.
Arabic: You bury me - That to live on without a lover would be no life at all.
Chinese: To hold hands and grow old together