Zugzwang is a word with such an interesting sound that it ought to be onomatopoeia for something like "the sound an improperly tightened wound up spoke makes when it unwinds," or possibly "what happens when a pebble lodges in the knobs of your tire and then pings off your frame," or, "Ryan faceplanted just then, looks like he broke his zugzwang."
But from its actual meaning, it seems that it could be used to describe something like blasting down an unfamiliar street on skinny tires, dodging out to avoid a parked car with traffic just to your left, and seeing the sewer grate just before you hit it. Zugzwang. There's a little onomatopoeia in that. And if you are able to think fast and convert to reciprocal zugzwang, you just might keep rolling. Here's wishing that all your zugzwangs go reciprocal on this last day of the work week. Get up. Go ride.