How do you say Finland in Gagauz?
Flag in Gagauz is bayrak
Pig in Gagauz is domuz
Azerbaijani, Turkmen, Qashqai, Gagauz, and Balkan Gagauz Turkish are all similar to Turkish
It is called joulupukkia in Finland
You don't say anything in Finland, but you can say stuff in Finnish. Anyways, "hi" in Finnish is "hei".
The word for 'Finland' in Swedish is the same as it is in English.
If u wanna translation:" Does Finland have a small army?" In finnish:" Onko Suomella pieni armeija?" Finnish ppl not say Finland they say Suomi
Welcome to Finland is tervetuloa suomeen in Finnish.
If you want to say "You love Finland", it is "Sinä rakastat suomi". If your want to express that you love Finland ("I love Finland), it is "Minä rakastan Suomi" or, in common speech, "Mä rakastan suomi".
"Voima" or "energia".
Bye = Näkemiin.
'Welcome to Finland' is 'Tervetuloa Suomeen' in Finnish. Sounds like taer ve to loah.
Green is "vihreä" in Finnish.
Four is "neljä" in Finnish.
I will say yes
Well, I would like to say that sauna is from Finland (I'm from Finland(and Finland is the land of the saunas(over 90% does have a sauna))), but I'm not sure, is it true. In Turkey, they have their own kind saunas.
Romanians (more than 75 %), Russians, Ukrainians, Gagauz, Bulgarians, Gypsies, Jews
In Finland, Santa is called Joulupukki, which means "Yule Goat." Interestingly, in Finland, Santa rides a goat around while he gives presents. :)
the first greeting to say hello in Finland , they speak Chinese and African so the usually speak in dialect , they usually punch you in the face then kick you in the groin
Language is not 'finish' but finnish. Suomi :-)
The literal translation is 'seuraa minua'.
I'd say somewhat, yes.
Russians always say that suomi are their friends
"I love you" is "minä rakastan sinua" in Finnish.
Good morning: Hyvää huomenta.
Jumala siunatkoon Suomea
Yes. Sweden often refers to Finland as his wife. Despite that, Tino (Finland) denies the relationship. It really just is a canon to me but the fandom doesn't think so, And did the creator of hetalia say anything about Finland being gay or in love? No.
They share a border, so I'd say very.
I'd say it's in the North-East of Ireland.
Kitee, Finland. As for where his house is, I would say that is private.
You say it "Hyvää joulua". If you want to say "and a Happy New Year", you then have to add "ja onnellista uuttavuotta".
That depends on which country you happen to be in. E.g. In France you would say "Écouter" and in Finland you would say "Terve tuloa"
Hyvää joulua (Finnish) or God jul (Swedish)
People in Finland speak Finnish, or "Suomi" as we say in Finnish. Finland is bilingual country, so many Finn also speaks Swedish. So Finland basically has two legally confirmed languages, Finnish And Swedish. Other languages spoken in Finland are sami and its different variations, spoken by the Sami people in Lapland. Romani language and Finnish Sign Language are also minority languages in Finland.
thank you is in Finland KIITOS A.K.A. K.I.I.T.O.S k i i t o s practise you gonna learn it some day any other questions??????
More than 70 % are of Romanian origin (the Moldavian people is only a fiction); as minorities: Russians, Ukrainians, Bulgarians, Gagauz - all are invaders.
no, it's not. America is the country of 'inventions' if i can say so and everybody follows it's trends and stuff.America leads. Finland follows.
Toss your head to say come here. Crossing your arms is arrogant
Fantastic......I don't speak Finnish but I looked at google translate: fantastinen
they sit around bombing people and kids
They use "Moi" quite often. Other popular ones are "Hei" and "Terve".
Turks, Azeris, Uzbeks, Kyrgyzs, Turkmens, Kazahs, Mongols, Bashirs, Gagauz, Qashqai, Yakut, Uiyghurs, etc. Choose any six.
No. I'd say Finland isn't, but some people happily extend the term "Scandinavia" to Finland, along with Iceland and some even to Svalbard and Greenland. Geographically, Finland isn't really, Iceland most certainly isn't, and neither is Greenland or Svalbard. If you think about it: "Is Finland a Scandinavian country?" No, not really... But I'd happily group Finland with Scandinavia long before I'd group Scandinavia with Germany or Holland. If you get what I mean... Either… Read More
Say It Again - 1926 was released on: USA: 31 May 1926 Finland: 20 December 1926
The Republic of Finland is the official name for Finland.