Pazmat has a few.
The first to come to mind is bunturīḥ. It is a historic past participle of the root bunt- "to eat" and thus literally means "One who has eaten". However, the word itself is used to describe someone who is truly satisfied with their life. It's not just for some guy sitting on his couch eating junk food and watching sports going "yeah, my life is GREAT!". No, a bunturīḥ is someone who is truly satisfied, so that they don't have to resort to methods to cheer themselves up or wash away any sorrows with things like alcohol. A bunturīḥ is not something that any real human can be, for it's a platonic ideal that is almost impossible to reach for any real human, serving as an aspiration rather than a destination. A bunturīḥ is happy with their life, their relationships, their family, their job; they've reached all their aspirations and have no regrets, to the point of reaching a sort of nirvana-like existence and mindset, called warban, literally "peace" from the root wṛb- "peaceful, safe". Things which prevent one from reaching warban, such as regrets, misgivings with family, unfulfilled aspirations, and more, are called jṛjīḥ, literally "binding (things)".
Paradoxically, while becoming a bunturīḥ is an aspiration Paz are traditionally told to aspire to, the very want to be one is a jṛjīḥ that must be abandoned to achieve warban. This is one of the hardest things for one to understand.
Traditionally, the Paz believe that becoming a bunturīḥ allows one to transcend life's cycle and ascend at death to live with Qedhan, the base force of righteousness that underlies the universe in traditional Paz philosophy/religion (the lines are hard to define; both terms are translated by uḥ, literally "road, path"). Qedhan represents all triumphs of righteousness--the triumph of reason and science over dogma and blind faith, the triumph of good over evil, and other such things. Though Qedhan may be stifled by things such as genocides, oppression, anti-inllectualism, and other things, the Paz believe that it will always win in the end. Qedhan is not a god or goddess (the Paz have none of them, in fact), but a base force and underlying mechanic of the universe, as much as gravity or atomic forces.
Qedhanā urmi sonjāyyū
Righteousness will always prevail
Nūdenku waga honji ma naku honyasi ne ika-ika ichamase!
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Honyasi zō honyasi ma naidasu.
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