OTHER WORDS FROM Finnishpro-Finnish, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH FinnishFinnish , finish
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How to use Finnish in a sentence
The payoff came in the form of Texas center Charli Collier first overall and Finnish international Awak Kuier second — the consensus Nos.Easy as 1-2-3: Charli Collier, Awak Kuier, Aari McDonald top WNBA draft|Kareem Copeland|April 16, 2021|Washington Post
I have never been, but had a lot of good Finnish friends who I met in … Goa, where the Finns love to go when it’s cold.How Beyoncé Helped Figure Skater Adam Rippon Make the Olympics|Nick Fouriezos|January 26, 2021|Ozy
Precor is a division of Finnish sporting goods company Amer Sports, which is owned by a group of investors including ANTA Sports, FountainVest Partners, Anamered Investments and Tencent.
Popular Dutch weekly Elsevier Weekblad ranked Varga among the 20 most influential female politicians this year alongside the likes of New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern and Finnish prime minister Sanna Marin.
When the Finnish entrepreneur talks about DeFi, and Aave’s mission in particular, he doesn’t linger on the risk and obvious associations with gambling.
Dishes are listed by their Finnish names with English subtitles.Welcome to Yooperland, A Little Slice of Finland in Michigan|Jane & Michael Stern|May 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Nevertheless, as a doctor responsible for both German and Finnish soldiers, he refused to discriminate.
The German replied, ‘But nothing would happen to you—you’re a Finnish soldier.
“We did not help the Germans,” snaps Kent Nadbornik, the chairman of the Finnish Jewish Veterans Guild.
Payments recently have included $22 million to Al Qaeda in Yemen for the release of Swiss, Austrian and Finnish hostages.
You love her, your beautiful Finnish orphan brought up in France and romantically met in London, with the adorable name?
The child of Finnish sea-folk who had drifted to Brest and died there, she had been adopted by an old Breton sea-dog and his wife.
Then spake the Earl to that man whose name 118 some say was Fin, but as others have it was of Finnish kith and kin.
A peculiarity of Finnish magic is what is called "the word of origin."
The ring-finger is usually called the "nameless finger" in Finnish.