hukka

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hukka

  1. (familiarly) wolf
  2. doom, peril (adverse or terrible fate)
    Nyt meidät hukka perii!
    We are doomed!
  3. waste, loss; often used as head of compound terms, in which the modifier reveals what is lost, e.g. rahanhukka (waste of money), verenhukka (blood loss); see also hukassa, hukkaan

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hukka (??? please provide the genitive and partitive!)

  1. wolf