tukki

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tukki

  1. log, stock (heavy, usually round piece of lumber)
  2. (forestry) log; collectively also timber (piece of raw timber big enough to be used as raw material for a sawmill)
  3. stock of a gun
  4. beam of a loom
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tukki

  1. Third-person singular indicative past form of tukkia.

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