The holiday season is a time for love, festiveness, and most importantly, coziness.
And while we all know how great it feels to, say, curl up with a mug of hot chocolate on your couch with loved ones as snow swirls outside, there aren't any words in English that truly capture that feeling.
Danish-speaking people say "hygge," which roughly translates to creating a warm atmosphere and enjoying the good things in life with good people, particularly in wintertime.
Germans have the word "gemutlichkeit," which connotes the kind of warmth and comfort that can be found in the Weihnachtsmärkte (Christmas markets) of Munich.
Tell us a non-English word you use to capture the cozy spirit of winter and the holidays (and what it means) in the comments and it may be featured in an upcoming BuzzFeed Community post!