Hei kaunis. (Direct translation)
Hei vaan kaunotar. (Sounds more laid back)
Candy, usually a Chocolate
Terve means healthy.
"Terve" is also informal way to say "Hello".
It means "(a) handsome man".
Isoäiti, iso being grand and äiti mother. "ä" is pronounced like you pronounce the "a" in the word that.
There are also less formal words for grandmother, like "mummo", "mummu" or "mummi".
-nen form is the singular nominative case and when you inflect the word in Finnish you need to use the stem of the word which is different from -nen. For example: suomalainen nom. sing. Finn, Finnish suomalaise- stem suomalaiset t -plural Finns All Finnish cases are attached to the stem of the word expect the partitive case which is formed differently. The sing. partitive of 'suomalainen' is 'suomalaista'. Many Finnish words need different stems for attaching cases because words like 'suomalainen' (-nen words) couldn't be inflected as 'suomalainent' since cases can be attached to the vowel stem only. But the question why the stem isn't 'suomalaine-' instead of 'suomalaise-', I don't have an answer. This could be due to some phonetic changes in Finnish that occured in the past. (this next part from Angloswede) Finnish is a language which has changed based on sound. Alot of the rules in Finnish Grammar are the way they are because they have been created and favoured over the alternative, which is as mentioned above with "suomalainen". "suomalaiset/suomalaisesta" etc are much better sounding than "suomalainent/suomalainensta" and "suomalainet/suomalainesta".
The word "hyvä" means good.
moi (in French) = me (in English)
...or hi in Finnish, too
moi, moale (in Romanian) = soft (in English)
Ke Akua Hoomaikai Oe
Cecilia was captured after she killed Bruno.
Capturaron a cecilia despues que ella mato a bruno.
Ahola is a Finnish-language surname of unknown origin. Notable people with the surname include:
Jarkko Ahola (born 1977), Finnish heavy metal artist
Jouko Ahola (born 1970), Finnish strongman, powerlifter and actor.
Mika Ahola (1974– 2012), Finnish enduro rider and a five-time world champion
Peter Ahola (born 1968), Finnish ice hockey player
Sylvester Ahola (1902–1995), American jazz trumpeter
Terry Ahola, American skier
Ville doesn't mean anything in Finnish, it's a name. In Swedish "ville" is an imperfect of "vill", and "vill" means "want".
youre my life, i love u
The Latin noun senex means an old man and senes is the plural: old men
Ystävänpäivä, "a friend's day".
it is 101101 i think that i am right because ciento uno means one hundred and one and mil ciento uno means one thousand one hundred and one This is close, but this translates to "one hundred one thousand, one hundred one", or 101,101"
tay | ah-mo | mee | ah-mohr
I love you is (minä) rakastan sinua in Finnish.
The word minä (I) is in parenthesis because the word rakastan contains a post suffix that implies that the subject is the person speaking, therefore the subject (minä) can be dropped.
I love you=Minä rakastan sinua
Minä ikävöin sinua
Minulla on ikävä sinua
Minä kaipaan sinua
It's Finnish and it means "your favourite character". It can also mean your favourite
avatar, shape or figure.
Bof ! is a interjection meaning "not that much" or "so-so"
For example : a friend tells you "what a beautiful girl !!"
if this girl is not that beautiful for you you would answer. "bof !"
"Pas mal" means : not bad
If any of you can give me the similar expression in english. Thanks.
Slang of the number seven
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