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pronunciation | 'kI-ros (KYE-ross, English); kEr-‘os (keer-OSS, Greek)Greek | καιρόςnote | Kairos is both a rhetorical term for “the opportune moment” (as above) and the word for “weather”.

pronunciation | 'kI-ros (KYE-ross, English); kEr-‘os (keer-OSS, Greek)
Greek | καιρός
note | Kairos is both a rhetorical term for “the opportune moment” (as above) and the word for “weather”.

pronunciation | 'RAs-fA-ber (RACE-fay-ber)

pronunciation | 'RAs-fA-ber (RACE-fay-ber)

pronunciation | se-ren

pronunciation | se-ren

pronunciation | guan-‘shi

pronunciation | guan-‘shi

pronunciation | "ne-me-‘siz-m

pronunciation | "ne-me-‘siz-m

pronunciation | "con-vi-‘ven-sE-a

pronunciation | "con-vi-‘ven-sE-a

pronunciation | or-en-da

pronunciation | or-en-da

pronunciation | "so-frO-‘sU-nAGreek script |  σωφροσύνηnote | 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-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 | fEr-‘gOn Hebrew script | פירגון

pronunciation | fEr-‘gOn
Hebrew script | פירגון

pronunciation | hU-‘zUn

pronunciation | hU-‘zUn

pronunciation | (jahn-eh-mahn)submitted by | serenfourskscript | जानेमन Hindi, جان ِ من Urdu

pronunciation | (jahn-eh-mahn)
submitted by | serenfoursk
script | जानेमन Hindi, جان ِ من Urdu

pronunciation | ‘lE-tOstnote | the extended definition appears in writer Milan Kundera’s work; a more general English translation is sorrow or regret.

pronunciation | ‘lE-tOst
note | the extended definition appears in writer Milan Kundera’s work; a more general English translation is sorrow or regret.

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