In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(happiness)dicha femeninofelicidad absoluta femeninomarital bliss — felicidad conyugal femenino
- he's in a state of bliss — está en la gloria
- what bliss to take these shoes off! — ¡qué gustazo quitarme estos zapatos!
- Now those dreams of domestic bliss will shortly become reality.
- By then, my mother had already settled down to the life of domestic bliss and traditional values that feminism had rebelled against.
- As if the last entry wasn't enough, here's another tale of domestic bliss.
- By working less and staying at home more, I believed naively that my husband would come home to domestic bliss and a happy marriage would ensue.
- Then she got married, got a cat and put her feet up in domestic bliss.
- I recently asked a married couple who are friends of mine if they planned to have children now that they have settled into a life of domestic bliss.
- Some sighed contentedly at the sight of such bliss, the perfect pairing of two people who loved each other.
- So, it is possible to combine domestic bliss and socialising!
- It's just that domestic bliss is not necessarily their first priority in life and many can wait for most of a lifetime without feeling any loss.
- Years of bottled up emotions spilled out in one brief moment of perfect bliss.
- Domesticity is chic and desirable, and domestic bliss is what millions of women hanker for.
- It's a scene of almost domestic bliss, it's joyous in some ways; it's familiar and heartwarming.
- Before settling into domestic bliss his enjoyment at times meant that his training suffered.
- I can live my life in perfect bliss knowing all too well that nothing I ever do will make any difference in this beautiful universe.
- The cat was regarded as an essential element in scenes of domestic bliss and happiness.
- We laughed of the laughter that only lovers know, the laughter of joy, contentment and relief, the laughter of pure bliss and happiness.
- It is preternaturally quiet, as in one of those movies in which scenes of domestic bliss are a harbinger of something truly horrible.
- Domestic bliss, not that it ever accurately described our family life, was definitely a thing of the past.
- Opiates flood you with dopamine, causing high levels of bliss.
- He was not a man by all accounts to have enjoyed domestic bliss.
- On the spiritual plane it is revealed in the experience of eternal bliss.
- Bringing others to a better spiritual bliss is important and beautiful.
- It is only in the lap of the Himalayas that he found real peace, spiritual bliss and intellectual enlightenment.
- He supplicates before Lord Shiva for a boon of spiritual bliss.
- But, drawn out of her spiritual bliss and feeling trapped, she quickly turns the tables.
- One alternative offers eternal bliss, the other, eternal damnation.
- I'm sure that the promise of sheer bliss in the afterlife appeased some people's fears.
- This feeling of being loved and supported by the Universe in general and by certain recognizable spirits in particular is bliss.
- The teachings are telling us that if we see it this way, we will experience great wisdom and great bliss.
- With half-closed eyes he is immersed in meditation, in divine bliss.
- Those who are not in this category are deprived of such comfort and bliss.
- Although he wasn't in a habit, he had a beaming smile that suggested a state of spiritual bliss.
- Concentration on the self, quelling the passions, and becoming calm are the hallmarks of this path, the goal of which is bliss.
- We may have to go through many ‘lives’ before we achieve heavenly bliss.
- You may call it transcendental bliss, purified intuition that enables one to see the Supreme as one's own Self.
- They experience spiritual bliss and divine glory according to their individual spiritual capacities.
- The man who would conquer his contradictory feelings, would reach bliss in the afterlife.
- The Torah teaches us that there is an eternal life, a wholly spiritual life, whose bliss is far greater than the human mind can imagine.
- This gives them a mystical identification with the entirety, and deep forms of bliss.
- He possesses a spiritual body composed of eternality, knowledge and bliss.
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