word (ex. nubivagant), language (ex. Portuguese), topic (ex. love),
part of speech (ex. noun), origin (ex. origin: Latin), first letter (ex. A)
pronunciation | swon-‘nyA
pronunciation | se-ren
pronunciation | 'sE-yazh
notes | sillage is how close a perfume stays to your skin; perfume with light sillage does not leave much trace in the air. also, not to be confused with silage (sy-ladzh), which is a type of cow food.
pronunciation | sin-‘til-a
pronunciation | "so-frO-‘sU-nA
Greek script | σωφροσύνη
note | To everyone who is thinking “I want to get there” and also to everyone who is thinking “I’ll never get there”—you will. Even if it’s a battle, keep fighting, because you are good and strong and valuable, and your happiness is worth it.
pronunciation | "sO-bRe-‘mA-sa
note | the word is different in Spanish than in Portuguese, where it usually just means ‘dessert’.
pronunciation | "smUl-tron-‘stel-e
pronunciation | san-ko-fa (sahn-kaw-fah)
adinkra symbol |
pronunciation | 'sA-pE-O-“se-xU-al