vituttaa

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Finnish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From vittu (cunt); vitu- +‎ -ttaa

Verb[edit]

vituttaa

  1. (transitive, vulgar) To annoy; to cause annoyance; to piss off.
    Minua vituttaa tämä jatkuva vesisade.
    This continuous raining annoys me.
  2. (transitive, monopersonal, vulgar) partitive + 3rd-pers. singular = to be annoyed, be pissed off.
    Minua vituttaa.
    I am annoyed/pissed off.

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Usage notes[edit]

As illustrated by the examples above, the person or persons who get annoyed are in partitive case and grammatically speaking the thing that causes the annoyance is the subject of the sentence. There is a number of verbs in Finnish that behave in the same way — the monopersonal verbs. Most of these verbs deal with feelings and end with -ttaa, -ttää. For example, all the verbs that are mentioned in the Synonyms -section above behave that way.

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