säkä

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See also: saka, şaka, and šaka

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säkä

  1. The withers (part of the back of a draft animal or horse that is the highest).
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In Finnish säkä is a singular word, in English withers is plural.

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Noun[edit]

säkä

  1. (colloquial) luck
    Huono säkä!
    (What) Rotten luck!
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