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I'm looing for a word that expresses my feeling. I don't know if I can characterize the word as a "feeling". If you ask me why I didn't look up the dictionary, Actually, I can't use my native language in my lap-top. And I don't know any dictionary that I can find a word by its meaning.

It's a sort of rememberence. But, actually, I don't agree that what I wanna say is "rememberence." In my memory, My native-English dictionary has suggested "rememberence" for what I wanna say.

But I don't feel any strong emotion from "rememberence." I feel like "rememberence" is just remembering. But what I wanna say has strong emotion.

When people say "I really miss you," what feeling do they have? That's what I want to say. Especially, I have this feeling when I want to see a person who I can't see now. But I'm not talking about "desire." Yes, actually, it's absolutely "a kind of desire."

I don't know if my describe was enough. My internet connection is going banana again. >_<
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Hello Nice

It seems to me you want a word that's somewhere between 'yearning' and 'nostalgia'. But I can't quite put my finger on it.

Maybe someone else will know!

MrP
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aching? longing?
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Can you give us an example of the way you want to use this word, nice? It sounds to me that "nostalgia" might fit the bill, as Mr. P. suggested.

"I remember my childhood with nostalgia"

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sentimental longing or wistful affection for the past

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A bittersweet longing for things, persons, or situations of the past.

Webster
a wistful or excessively sentimental yearning for return to or of some past period or irrecoverable condition;
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