Weird Words necklaces
GOLD OR SILVER-DIPPED
The Weird Words necklaces are made in Paris with a gold-plated or silver-plated brass chain that measures 40 cm but can be custom-made to the length of your choice. They and are available in both gold and silver plating. The Sovramagnificentissimamente necklace is also available with strassed letters. They are nickel-free and REACH compliant.
The Weird Words necklaces spell out long words necklaces with powerful meanings:
- Flibbertigibbet, in Middle English, means “a frivolous, flighty, or excessively talkative person.”
- Mamihlapinatapei is a Yaghan word meaning "a strong, shared glance that connects two speakers in some way that is beyond words." Yaghan is an indigenous, almost extinct language from the Tierra del Fuego archipelago.
- Ramadasasasaysohung is one of the most popular mantras in kundalini yoga. Every syllable is a mantra in itself and all of them combined together are chanted as a healing prayer, for oneself as well as others.
- Sovramagnificentissimamente is an Italian word meaning "in a way that is more than magnificent by far". It is the longest Italian word and was first used by Dante Alighieri in his essay De vulgari eloquentia, about the superiority of vernacular languages over Latin.
- Synallagmatique is a legal term: a synallagmatic contract, in civil law, is a contract where both parties have obligations towards each other.
- Tatramajjhattata is a Pali word meaning “balance of mind” or literally “to stand in the middle of all this.” Pali is the sacred language of Buddhism.
The Weird Words necklaces are currently in stock and ship in 1 to 2 business days. We ship worldwide. Shipping is free within the EU. Our shipping fee for outside the EU includes duties and taxes.
The Weird Words necklaces are made in Paris with a brass chain made in Italy and brass letters manufactured in China. They are gold-plated (or silver-plated) in a workshop outside Paris.
"I wanted to pay homage to the beauty of words, and also to poke (gentle) fun at the trend of name tag necklaces!"
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