(n.) the sound of the wind through the trees
The psithurism in this park reminds me of my hometown.
(n.) inequality in the size of the eyes’ pupils
Anisocoria affects about twenty percent of the general population.
(n.) a lone wanderer
We came across a solivagant in the desert yesterday.
(n.) the pleasantness of a word’s sound
Those words you just said have such a beautiful eutony.
(v.) to reflect brilliantly; to sparkle
The disco ball coruscated all night long.
(n.) a low soft sound; a whisper
She vaguely heard a light susurrus in the distance.
(n.) an inferior wine
The wine in this country all tastes like it’s a vaaljapie.
(n.) excessive desire to stay in bed
I’m not a lazy person, I just have clinomania.
(adj.) frequently complaining and whining
Last night at the party, you were being quite querulous.