W.O.T.D. Duende


WORD OF THE DAY
Duende
doo-EN-dey
Part of speech: noun
Origin: 
Spanish, late 19th century
1A quality of passion and inspiration.2In the folklore of Spain, Portugal, Latin America, and the Philippines, a supernatural being or spirit resembling a pixie or imp.
 
Examples of Duende in a sentence “The duende behind his sculptures is inspired by nature.” “The song lit a feeling of duende in her like a bright flame.”