tuima

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Finnish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Cognate with Estonian tuim, both from Proto-Finnic *tuima, of unknown origin. Compare tuikea, tuiki.

Adjective[edit]

tuima (comparative tuimempi, superlative tuimin)

  1. grim, severe
  2. stern
  3. (in western dialects) excessively salty
  4. (in eastern dialects) saltless, lacking salt

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