porilainen

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Porilainen

Etymology[edit]

From the city of Pori on Finland's west coast. It's not clear whether the snack originates from there, or if the term has been taken to use due to its phonetic proximity to hampurilainen (hamburger).

Noun[edit]

porilainen

  1. A person living in, or originating from the city of Pori.
  2. A hamburger-style snack, where the beef is replaced with a thick slice of sausage.

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Adjective[edit]

porilainen

  1. Of or pertainig to the city of Pori or its people.

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