I recently read an absolutely delicious book titled "The Meaning of Tingo" by Adam Jacot de Boinod. It's a collection of words from around the world. Here are some of my favorites - I just can’t believe I’ve survived so long without them.
Iktsuarpok - Inuit for "to go outside often to see if someone is coming".
Nglayap - Indonesian for "wander far from home with no particular purpose".
Mingmu - Chinese for "to die without regret".
Termangu-mangu - Indonesian for "sad and not sure what to do".
Nedovtipa - Czech for "one who finds it difficult to take a hint".
Narachastra prayoga - Sanskrit for "men who worship their own sexual organ".
Fissilig - German for "flustered to the point of incompetence."
Mukamuka - Japanese for "so angry one feels like throwing up."
Sekaseka - Zambian for "to laugh without reason".
Neko-neko - Indonesian for "one who has a creative idea which only makes things worse".
By the way, "Tingo" is Pascuense for "to take all the objects one desires from the house of a friend, one at a time, by borrowing them." I'm not sure if this would make me mukamuka; or if it would first induce a feeling of liberation, then invite me to sekaseka and finally set me free to nglayap.