Wiktionary:Foreign Word of the Day

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Wiktionary's Foreign Word of the Day features interesting foreign words, terms, and phrases. It is meant as a foreign analog to the English Word of the Day.

You can nominate a word as a future Foreign Word of the Day at: Wiktionary:Foreign Word of the Day/Nominations.

Today's Foreign Word of the Day

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Foreign word of the day  in Emilian
méi una viżégglia che una quaraiṡma proverb
  1. a little effort today is better than a great effort tomorrow (literally: a vigil is better than a Lent)
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Tomorrow's Foreign Word of the Day

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Foreign word of the day  in Swedish
gå som katten kring het gröt verb
  1. (idiomatic) To avoid speaking or acting directly about something; to beat around the bush; to pussyfoot. (literally: to walk like the cat around hot porridge)
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