zugzwang TSOOK-tsvahng noun
A position where one is forced to make an undesirable move.
From German Zugzwang, Zug (move) + Zwang (compulsion, obligation).
approbation ap-ruh-BAY-shuhn, noun:
1. The act of approving; formal or official approval.
2. Praise; commendation.
Approbation is from Latin approbatio, from approbare, “to approve or cause to be approved,” from ap- (for ad-), used intensively + probare, “to make or find good,” from probus, “good, excellent, fine.”