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mustamaalata etymology musta + maalata
verb: {{fi-verb}}
  1. (figurative) to denigrate, defame, discredit to criticise so as to besmirch
Synonyms: dissata (slang) Used only figuratively. To paint (something) black is:
  • maalata (jokin) mustaksi.
mut
etymology 1
pronoun: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) fi-form of minä
etymology 2
conjunction: {{fi-con}}
  1. (coordinating, colloquial) but
mutakuono etymology muta ‘mud’ + kuono ‘snout’
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (offensive, racial slur) A darkey; a dark-skinned person.
mutiainen etymology muta + iainen
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (offensive) A dark-skinned person.
mutka pronunciation
  • {{hyphenation}}
  • {{rhymes}}
  • [ˈmutkɑ]
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. bend
  2. curve (e.g. in road) Hän menee mutkan taakse. He is going behind the corner. Hän on mutkan takana. He is behind the corner. Hän tulee mutkan takaa. He is coming from behind the corner.
  3. (plumbing) elbow (pipe fitting)
  4. (slang, weapons) rod (gun, pistol).
Synonyms: (curve) kurvi
anagrams:
  • kamut
mutsi pronunciation
  • {{hyphenation}}
  • {{rhymes}}
  • [ˈmutsi]
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (slang) mom, mother
Synonyms: äiskä, äiti
anagrams:
  • misut
mutta
conjunction: {{head}}
  1. (coordinating) but
noun: {{head}}
  1. (idiomatic, informal) ifs, ands, or buts; in a negative phrase, used like noun only in partitive plural (muttia) with qualifier mitään modifications, limitations, or addenda; qualifications of any kind; speculations about whether a particular idea or enterprise is good, doubts En halua kuulla mitään muttia! I don't want to hear any ifs, ands or buts! Ei mitään muttia! No ifs, ands or buts!
anagrams:
  • tumat
mutteri {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. nut (fastener)
  2. (slang, sexuality) nob, knob (slang for glans penis)
compounds: {{top4}}
  • herkkumutteri
  • kruunumutteri
  • kuusiomutteri
  • lukkomutteri
{{mid4}}
  • lukitusmutteri
  • mutteriavain
  • mutterikone
  • mutterimopo
{{mid4}}
  • mutterinhalkaisija
  • mutterinväännin
  • mutteripannu
  • mutteripyssy
{{mid4}}
  • mutteripää
  • mutterisuoja
  • siipimutteri
{{bottom}}
mutteripannu etymology mutteri〈nut〉 + pannu〈pot〉; derived from the typical shape of this type of coffee pot.
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (informal) moka pot, see mokkapannu
muurahainen {{Finnish index}} etymology Possibly from a gem language, compare myra, or from Russian, compare мураве́й 〈muravéj〉.
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. An ant.
  • In compounds where functions as a modifier, it contracts to the form muurahais-.
Synonyms: (ant) murkku (colloquial)
anagrams:
  • imurauhanen, ihanneruuma
muuttaa autuaammille metsästysmaille etymology Literally “to move to the more blissful hunting grounds”, probably thought of as something a Native American or other hunter people would say.
verb: {{head}}
  1. (idiomatic, colloquial, humorous) To die.
mykkäfilmi etymology mykkä + filmi
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (informal) silent film
Synonyms: mykkäelokuva
mylly etymology From a gem language, compare Mühle. pronunciation
  • {{rhymes}}
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. mill
  2. (colloquial) A fight with many participants and no apparent reason or sense
myyjäiset etymology myydä + iainen, formed according the model of peijaiset, kihlajaiset, avajaiset etc.
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. rummage sale informal sale of usually donated items
myyrä {{wikipedia}} etymology Cognate of Estonian mügri
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. In plural myyrät, the zoological family of Cricetidae.
  2. A vole (several species of the small rodents within the family Cricetidae).
  3. (colloquial) A mole (small burrowing insectivore of the family Talpidae).
  4. A mole (internal spy).
Synonyms: (burrowing insectivore) maamyyrä, kontiainen
anagrams:
  • rymyä
pronoun: {{fi-pron}}
  1. (personal, colloquial) I first person singular personal pronoun
Synonyms: minä (standard Finnish), ma (archaic, poetic), mie (dialectal, eastern), miä (dialectal), mää (dialectal), mnää (dialectal, Rauma)
anagrams:
  • äm
mäihä
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) luck
Mäkki pronunciation
  • [ˈmäkːki]
  • {{hyphenation}}
proper noun: {{fi-proper noun}}
  1. (colloquial) A nickname for McDonald's restaurant chain.
mäkki Alternative forms: Mäkki
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (slang) A McDonald's hamburger restaurant.
Synonyms: mäkkäri
mäkkäri Alternative forms: Mäkkäri
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (slang) A McDonald's hamburger restaurant.
Synonyms: mäkki
mälli
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) chewing tobacco, snuff
  2. (colloquial) chewing gum
  3. (colloquial) sperm
anagrams:
  • millä
mälsä
adjective: {{head}}
  1. (slang) boring
anagrams:
  • lämsä
mämmikoura {{Finnish index}} etymology mämmi ‘a traditional soft, dark brown Easter dish’ + koura ‘fist’
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) butterfingers someone prone to dropping things
Synonyms: nakkisormi, rähmäkäpälä
mä rakastan sua {{phrasebook}}
phrase: {{fi-phrase}}
  1. (colloquial) I love you
Synonyms: minä rakastan sinua, rakastan sinua
märkäkorva etymology Compound of märkä ‘wet’ + korva ‘ear’.
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. greenhorn, novice, beginner, newcomer, somebody born yesterday
  2. (pejoratively) whippersnapper
Synonyms: aloittelija, noviisi
mäsä
adjective: {{head}}
  1. (slang) broken
mättää
verb: {{fi-verb}}
  1. To shovel.
  2. To pack.
  3. (colloquial) mättää ruoka: To eat.
  4. (colloquial) mikä mättää: What's wrong? What's the matter?
Synonyms: mikä vikana = What's wrong?
anagrams:
  • Määttä
mätäkuun juttu
phrase: mätäkuun juttu
  1. (idiomatic, colloquial) A false or misleading report or story, a canard.
mäyräkoira {{wikipedia}} etymology mäyrä + koira
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. dachshund
  2. (colloquial) A set of twelve beer bottles (compare six pack).
mökä
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) Disturbing loud noise.
mölistä
verb: {{fi-verb}}
  1. (intransitive) To make noise producing (intentionally) unclear phonemes.
  2. (intransitive, dated, derogatory) To speak unclearly because of a physiological or mental disability, to mumble (especially in a noisy way).
mölyapina etymology Compound of möly ‘noise’ + apina ‘monkey’. pronunciation
  • /ˈmølyˌɑpinɑ/
  • {{hyphenation}}
noun: {{wikipedia}} {{fi-noun}}
  1. howler monkey New World monkey of the genus Alouatta
  2. (pejorative) noisy brat noisy and therefore annoying person, especially a child
mömmö
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) sludge, ooze, muck, goo
  2. (colloquial) drug, narcotic exampleolla mömmöissä
mönjä
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. red lead
  2. (colloquial) goo
mörssäri etymology From Swedish mörsare < German Mörser.
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. mortar historical weapon
  2. (athletics, colloquial) shot putter
möyhy
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (slang) hashish cannabis extract
Synonyms: hasis
related terms:
  • möyheä
mööpeli etymology From Swedish möbel.
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) piece of furniture
Synonyms: huonekalu (standard language)
naama etymology Cognate to Karelian noama and North Sami námmi. pronunciation
  • {{hyphenation}}
  • {{rhymes}}
  • [ˈnɑːmɑ]
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) a human face
  2. (biology) a face of an animal
Synonyms: kasvot, pärstä
anagrams:
  • maana, manaa
naamataulu etymology naama + taulu
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) mug, face
nablata
verb: {{fi-verb}}
  1. (informal) To perform calculations in which the symbol nabla () is extensively applied.
nafta etymology From Russian нефть 〈neftʹ〉.
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (dated) naphtha naturally occurring liquid crude oil
  2. (colloquial) diesel, diesel fuel fuel
Synonyms: (liquid crude) kiviöljy, maaöljy, vuoriöljy, (diesel fuel) diesel, dieselpolttoaine, dieselöljy
nafti
adjective: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) Slightly too small; very close etc.
anagrams:
  • fanit
naida {{Finnish index}} etymology From Proto-Finnic *naidak. From the same stem comes nainen. pronunciation
  • {{hyphenation}}
  • /ˈnɑidɑˣ/
verb: {{fi-verb}}
  1. (transitive, + genitive-accusative) To marry.
    • Nain eilen Annan.
      • I married Anna yesterday.
  2. (transitive, vulgar, + partitive) To have sex or sexual intercourse with somebody, copulate with somebody, fuck.
    • Nain eilen Annaa.
      • I fucked Anna yesterday.
  • As seen above, the meaning of the verb depends on the case of its object. It's very important that the case be used correctly to avoid misunderstanding. The danger of confusion is imminent when there is no object at all. An example of sentence where naida would most likely be an unfortunate choice:
Milloin aiotte mennä naimisiin? When are you planning to marry?
Synonyms: (to marry) mennä naimisiin + genitive + kanssa, avioitua + genitive + kanssa, (to copulate; vulgar) panna, nussia, hässiä, kuksia, bylsiä, laittaa
related terms:
  • nainen
anagrams:
  • aidan
naiminen etymology naida + minen pronunciation
  • {{hyphenation}}
  • {{rhymes}}
  • /ˈnɑiminen/
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. Getting married.
  2. A marriage, in the expressions mennä naimisiin (to marry) and olla naimisissa (to be married).
  3. (colloquial) fucking, copulation, sex(ual intercourse)
Synonyms: (getting married) naimisiinmeno, avioituminen, (marriage) avioliitto, (copulation; vulgar) paneminen, nussiminen, hässiminen, bylsiminen, kuksiminen
verb: {{head}}
  1. infinitive of naida
nainti etymology naida + nti
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. marrying
  2. (vulgar) fucking
nais
etymology 1 nainen >
prefix: nais-
  1. see nais-
etymology 2 naida
verb: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) fi-form of naida
etymology 3 From English nice.
adjective: {{fi-adj}}
  1. (Finglish) nice
anagrams:
  • anis, sain, sian
naittaa etymology Causative aspect of naida
verb: {{fi-verb}} (transitive)
  1. to marry to dispose of in wedlock; to give away as wife or husband Kuningas on innokas naittamaan tyttärensä vaikutusvaltaisille prinsseille. The king is keen to marry his daughters to influential princes.
  2. to marry off to force someone to marry Lopulta, kun nuorimmaiselle ei yksikään prinssi kelvannut, kuningas naittoi hänet kalastajalle. In the end, when none of the princes would please the youngest, the king married her off to a fisherman.
  3. (informal) to staple to bind with staples
verb: {{head}}
  1. fi-form of naittaa
naittaja etymology From naittaa + -ja; the usage has been extended to a new area because the word sounds similar to nitoja, especially if one pronounces the latter as if it were an English word.
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. matchmaker (one who arranges marriages)
  2. (informal) stapler (office implement)
The term is only seldom used in the original "matchmaker" -sense. It has been replaced by avioliittovälittäjä or avioliitonvälittäjä for a more or less professional service, and the old term puhemies is widely used of friends and other occasional helpers. The informal term amor is used especially of females. Synonyms: (matchmaker) avioliittovälittäjä, puhemies, amor
anagrams:
  • taitajan
nakki {{wikipedia}} pronunciation
  • [ˈnɑkːi]
  • {{rhymes}}
  • {{hyphenation}}
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. wiener, frankfurter, hot dog (type of sausage)
  2. something resembling a wiener
  3. (dialectal) mousetrap
  4. (colloquial) job, task, usually an unwanted one Tämä on nyt sun nakki. This is your task now. Tämä on helppo nakki. This is a piece of cake.
  5. (idiomatic, humorous) nakit silmillä (literally, wieners on the eyes) = pissed (heavily drunk)
Synonyms: (wiener) nakkimakkara, (mousetrap) hiirenloukku
compounds:
  • nakkisormi
  • talousnakki
anagrams:
  • kakin, kanki, kikan, nikka
nakkisormi {{Finnish index}} etymology From nakki ‘wiener’ + sormi ‘finger’.
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) butterfingers, someone prone to dropping things
  2. (colloquial) a swollen finger
Synonyms: (clumsy person) mämmikoura, rähmäkäpälä
nakkisämpylä etymology nakki ‘wiener’ + sämpylä ‘roll’
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. hot dog
Synonyms: hodari (slang), hot dog (rare), kuuma koira (archaic)
naku
etymology 1 From Swedish naken
adjective: {{fi-adj}}
  1. (colloquial) naked, nude
Synonyms: (naked) alaston
etymology 2 From nakutus
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) diesel car automobile powered with a diesel engine
  2. (colloquial) diesel engine
Synonyms: (diesel car) diesel, dieselauto, (diesel engine) diesel, dieselmoottori
anagrams:
  • akun, kuna
nakupelle etymology naku + pelle
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (informal) A naked person, especially a child.
Synonyms: alaston
nakupellenä etymology nakupelle + -na (essive case)
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (informal) Especially of a child, naked.
Synonyms: alasti
nami pronunciation
  • {{rhymes}}
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) sweet, candy
anagrams:
  • main, mani
namusetä etymology namu ‘candy’ + setä ‘uncle, man’
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (slang) kiddy fiddler paedophile, child molester
nanna
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) sweet, candy
Synonyms: nami
anagrams:
  • annan, Nanan
napanteri
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) A drink (dose of strong alcoholic beverage); snifter, sip.
anagrams:
  • partainen
napatanssi etymology napa + tanssi
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) belly dance
Synonyms: vatsatanssi
naputtaa etymology Onomatopoeic.
verb: {{fi-verb}}
  1. To tap (to touch one's finger, foot, or other body parts on a surface, usually repeatedly). Hän oli niin hermostunut, että alkoi naputtaa pöytää sormillaan. He was so nervous he began to tap his fingers on the table.
  2. To make a sharp noise. Tuulessa huojuva puu alkoi naputtaa ikkunaan. The tree, swaying in the breeze, began to tap on the window pane.
  3. (colloquial) To type.
  4. (colloquial) To nag.
Synonyms: (to touch a surface repeatedly) naputella, (to make a sharp noise) koputtaa, (to type) kirjoittaa, konekirjoittaa, (to nag) nalkuttaa
narkkari
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) junkie
anagrams:
  • rankkari
narkkis etymology narkomaani + is pronunciation
  • {{hyphenation}}
  • {{rhymes}}
  • /ˈnɑrkːis/
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (slang) junkie
Synonyms: (slang) narkkari, (standard) iden käyttäjä, narkomaani
narrailla
verb: {{fi-verb}}
  1. (informal) To fish using a hook and line etc.
narttu etymology From naaras. pronunciation
  • [ˈnɑrtːu]
  • {{hyphenation}}
  • {{rhymes}}
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. bitch (female dog)
  2. queen (female cat)
  3. (vulgar, derogatory) bitch (woman)
Synonyms: (dog) naaraskoira, tyttökoira, (woman) ämmä (esp. spouse), (woman) harppu
anagrams:
  • nartut, tartun
naskali pronunciation
  • {{rhymes}}
  • {{hyphenation}}
  • [ˈnɑskɑli]
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. awl
  2. icepick
  3. (colloquial) young boy
compounds:
  • jäänaskali
anagrams:
  • kaislan, kanslia, laiskan, silakan sikalan
nassikka
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) kid
  • This word carries a positive and playful tone, but can also be used in a belittling or ironic manner.
Synonyms: (kid) skidi, kersa, pentu
nassu {{Finnish index}} pronunciation
  • [ˈnɑsːu]
  • {{hyphenation}}
  • {{rhymes}}
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (childish) face
Synonyms: kasvot, naama
anagrams:
  • ussan
nasta etymology {{rfe}} pronunciation
  • {{rhymes}}
adjective: {{head}}
  1. (slang) cool, neat, great
Synonyms: siisti (lit. clean), mainio, oiva
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. thumbtack
  2. pin
  3. stud (as in studded tyres)
  4. tack
In automotive technology slang, plural case nastat almost invariably refers to studded tyres.
  • Laitoin nastat alle jo lokakuussa, koska ensilumi tuli. I swapped the studded tyres on in October already, because the first snow came.
anagrams:
  • ansat, natsa, sanat, santa, tasan
nastaa
noun: {{head}}
  1. fi-form of nasta
  2. (colloquial) olla nastaa: to be fun
verb: {{head}}
  1. fi-form of nastata
  2. fi-form of nastata
  3. fi-form of nastata
  4. fi-form of nastata
anagrams:
  • anasta, canasta, ansaat, natsaa, saatan, santaa, sataan, satana
naulain etymology naulata >
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. nailgun (hand tool)
Synonyms: naulapyssy (colloquial)
noun: {{head}}
  1. fi-form of naula
Alternative forms: naulojen
naulapyssy etymology naula + pyssy
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (informal) nailgun
Synonyms: naulain
ne pronunciation
  • {{hyphenation}}
  • {{rhymes}}
  • [ne]
pronoun: {{head}}
  1. (demonstrative, of things and animals) they (plural of the pronoun se (“it”))
  2. (demonstrative) When used like a definite article, “the” or “those”. Tässä ne kirjat nyt ovat. — “This is where those books are now.” (literally, “Here those books now are”)
  3. (colloquial, dialectal, of people) they (in literary standard: he).
anagrams:
  • en
neekeri {{wikipedia}} etymology From a Germanic language, compare Neger.
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (decreasingly common as a neutral term) a negro, a person of African descent
  2. (pejorative, offensive) a nigger, a person with dark brown skin
  3. (usually, humorous) an imaginary "faqueer" kind of a worker Talking about an extremely difficult job: Kukahan neekeri me saadaan tekemään se? Who's the negro you think we will get to do it?
Synonyms: musta, mustaihoinen Originally non-pejorative, but more and more often used in a pejorative manner. The humorousness of the third case is often interpreted by the person in question, so extreme care must be observed.
nega
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (colloquial, photographing) negative
Synonyms: negatiivi
nekru {{Finnish index}} {{wikipedia}} pronunciation
  • /ˈnekru/
  • {{hyphenation}}
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (highly pejorative, ethnic slur) a nigger.
nel
numeral: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) four
This form is used only in counting, i.e. not in attributive use. Synonyms: neljä
neliskanttinen
adjective: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) square (having four corners)
  2. (colloquial, of character) square
neliömilli
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) square millimetre/square millimeter
neliösentti
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) square centimetre/square centimeter
nelkku
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) The digit four.
nenu pronunciation
  • [ˈne̞nu]
  • {{hyphenation}}
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (colloquial, childish) nose
Synonyms: nenä
anagrams:
  • unen
nenä etymology From Proto-Finnic *nenä. pronunciation
  • {{hyphenation}}
  • {{rhymes}}
  • [ˈnenæ]
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. nose
Synonyms: (a dog's "nenä") kuono, (colloquial) nokka
anagrams:
  • ennä, näen
nepittää
verb: {{fi-verb}}
  1. To furnish (a garment etc.) with snap fasteners.
  2. (snowboarding, slang) To snowboard.
Synonyms: (to snowboard) lumilautailla
related terms:
  • neppari
anagrams:
  • pitentää
neppis
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (colloquial, game) Same as neppaus.
Synonyms: neppaaminen, neppaus
netti etymology From English net
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) the Net, Internet
anagrams:
  • netit
nettikauppa etymology netti + kauppa pronunciation
  • {{hyphenation}}
  • {{rhymes}}
  • /ˈnetːiˌkɑupːɑ/
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (informal) online store, online shop
  2. (informal) online trade
Synonyms: verkkokauppa
nettisivu etymology netti + sivu
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (Internet, colloquial) web site
  2. (Internet, colloquial) web page
neukkari etymology Shortened form of neuvotteluhuone.
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) A conference room, meeting room.
anagrams:
  • kiekuran, kierukan
neukku etymology Contraction of neuvostoliittolainen. pronunciation
  • [ˈne̞ukːku]
  • Rhymes:
  • {{hyphenation}}
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) A Soviet citizen.
neuvotteluhuone etymology neuvottelu + huone
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. A conference room, meeting room
Synonyms: kokoushuone, neukkari (colloquial)
nietu etymology From Russian нет 〈net〉, нету 〈netu〉.
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (slang) squat, nothing Valon lisäksi jääkaapissa on nietua. Täytyy käydä kaupassa. In addition to the light, there is squat in the fridge. Must go shopping.
  • Almost exclusively used in the partitive case nietua.
niiden
etymology 1 Alternative forms: niitten pronunciation
  • {{hyphenation}}
  • [ˈniːden]
pronoun: {{head}}
  1. (demonstrative) fi-form of ne
  2. (colloquial) their, theirs; used instead of heidän
    1. their; used without possessive suffix in the main word owned. Niiden äiti on 45-vuotias. Their mother is 45 years old.
    2. theirs that which belongs to them, used without a following noun Tämä kirja on niiden. This book is theirs.
    3. they; used with monopersonal verbs which require genitive such as pitää, täytyä, tulla, olla + passive present participle etc. Niiden pitää/täytyy/tulee tehdä / on tehtävä tämä nyt. They have to do this now.
etymology 2
noun: {{head}}
  1. fi-form of niisi
anagrams:
  • neidin
niiks
pronoun: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) fi-form of ne
anagrams:
  • iskin, ksiin, niksi, skini
niinku
interjection: {{fi-int}}
  1. (slang) like. Sun on niinku unohdettava se. You've got to, like, forget it/her/him. Tytöt on vähän niinku kissatkin, ne tykkää siitä kun niitä pitää hyvänä. Girls are quite like cats, they like it when you caress them. Girls are kinda like cats, they like it when you caress them.
Synonyms:
niitata etymology From Swedish nita. pronunciation
  • {{hyphenation}}
verb: {{fi-verb}}
  1. (transitive) To rivet.
  2. (transitive, slang, somewhat rare, e.g. in sports) To beat, conquer, overcome (a competitor, by a large marginal).
  3. (transitive, slang) To kill.
related terms:
  • staple
anagrams:
  • niittaa, titaani
nikkari etymology < Swedish snickare
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. carpenter
  2. (informal) tinkerer one who tinkers with things
Synonyms: (carpenter) puuseppä
niksauttaja etymology niksauttaa + ja
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) chiropractor; short for nikamanniksauttaja
Synonyms: nikamanniksauttaja
nimmari
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) autograph
nimppari
noun: {{fi-noun}}
  1. (colloquial, often in plural) name day
nirhata
verb: {{fi-verb}}
  1. to cut away a little piece of something
  2. to cut something tediously, little by little Vanki nirhasi kalterin poikki kynsiviilalla. The prisoner cut the bars with a nailfile.
  3. (colloquial) to kill
anagrams:
  • hartian, rahinat
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