Etymology
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entre nous 
"in private," French, literally "between ourselves."
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Traviata, La 
title of an opera by Verdi, Italian, literally "the woman led astray," from traviata literally "to lead beyond the way," from tra- "across, beyond" (from Latin trans; see trans-) + via "way" (see via).
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feu de joie (n.)
public bonfire, French, literally "fire of joy."
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joie de vivre (n.)
1889, French, literally "joy of living."
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bel canto 
1894, Italian, literally "fine song." See belle + chant.
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bossa nova (n.)
Brazilian style of music, 1962, from Portuguese, literally "new tendency."
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vae victis 
Latin, literally "woe to the vanquished," from Livy, "History" V.xlviii.9.
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tic douloureux (n.)
1798, French, literally "painful twitching;" see tic.
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hasta la vista 
Spanish, literally "until the meeting (again)," salutation in parting.
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en route 
1779, French, literally "on the way" (see route (n.)).
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