jänkä

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Etymology[edit]

From Sami language.

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jänkä

  1. (regional) type of swamp; free of, or sparsely covered by trees, especially in northern Finland
  2. (dialectal) wedge
  3. (archaic) A large, longish chunk of any material such as stone, ice or even cloud.

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