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{interj} :: huh? uh?
{interj} :: alternative form of höh
H {letter} :: letter: hoo
H {n} [music] :: B
ha {interj} :: ha (expressing laughter)
haa {interj} :: ha (expressing triumph or discovery)
Haades {prop} :: Hades
Haag {prop} :: The Hague
haahka {n} :: Any of the Northern hemisphere sea ducks of the eider family, especially the common eider (Somateria mollissima)
haahka {n} [vulgar] :: an older, aged woman
haahkanuntuva {n} :: eiderdown (down of the eider duck, used for stuffing pillows and quilts)
haahkanuntuvapeite {n} :: eiderdown (quilt stuffed with down of eider duck)
haahla {n} [historical] :: trammel hook (kitchen utensil used to hang a pot over an open fire hearth and to regulate its height over the fire)
haahti {n} [rare] :: a boat, ship
haahuilla {v} [colloquial] :: To wander aimlessly
haaksi {n} [rare, poetic] :: boat, ship
haaksi {n} :: shipwreck, wreck (boat or ship that has sunk or run aground so that it is no longer seaworthy)
haaksi {n} :: derelict (boat or ship abandoned at sea)
haaksirikko {n} :: shipwreck (the event)
haaksirikkoinen {adj} :: shipwrecky (characteristic of a shipwreck)
haaksirikkoinen {adj} :: shipwrecked (being shipwrecked)
haaksirikkoinen {n} :: shipwrecked,castaway (shipwrecked person)
haaksirikkoutua {vi} :: To shipwreck
haalari {n} :: hauler, haulier (one who hauls)
haalari {n} [often in plural] :: overall, overalls, coverall, coveralls, boiler suit, dungarees
haalari {n} [often in plural] :: onesie
haalari {n} [often in plural] :: jumpsuit
haalarihousut {n} :: dungarees / overalls
haalarit {n} :: An overall, overalls, coverall, coveralls, boiler suit, dungarees
haalarit {n} :: A jumpsuit
haalaritakki {n} :: A work jacket made of heavy denim or other material typically used in overalls
haalarityöntekijä {n} :: blue-collar worker
haalata {v} :: To haul (to pull or draw something heavy)
haalea {adj} :: tepid, lukewarm
haalea {adj} :: faded, pale (of colour)
haaleasti {adv} :: tepidly
haalentaa {vt} [of liquid] :: To cool (to make less hot)
haalentaa {vt} [of color] :: To fade
haalentua {vi} [of liquid] :: To cool (to become less hot)
haalentua {vi} [of color] :: To fade
haaleta {vi} :: To fade, discolour/discolor
haaleus {n} :: tepidness
haalia {v} :: To scrape together
haalia {v} :: To rustle up
haalia {v} :: To drum up
haalistaa {vt} :: to fade, discolor
haalistua {vi} :: to fade
haalistua {vi} :: to discolour/discolor
haalistuminen {n} :: action noun of the verb haalistua (to fade), fading (the act or process of getting faded)
haalistuneisuus {n} :: fadedness (quality of being faded)
haalistunut {adj} :: faded
haaltua {vi} :: to fade (of colour)
Haam {prop} :: Ham (son of Noah and the brother of Japheth and Shem)
haamilainen {adj} :: Hamitic
haamilainen {n} :: Hamite
haamu {n} :: ghost, spirit (disembodied soul; the soul or spirit of a deceased person; a spirit appearing after death)
haamu {n} :: shadow (imperfect and faint representation)
haamuasiakas {n} :: no-show (customer who does not show up despite of a reservation)
haamukirjoittaja {n} :: ghost writer
haamukuva {n} :: ghost image (undesired image appearing at the image plane of an optical system)
haamumaileri {n} :: four-minute mile runner (athlete who has run the distance of one mile in less than four minutes)
haamumaili {n} :: four-minute mile (instance of running the distance of one mile in under four minutes, an achievement once regarded as impossible)
haamuneliö {n} :: A square meter of the living space of an apartment or a house that is falsely claimed to exist
haamupelastus {n} [sports] :: alternative term for haamutorjunta
haamupotilas {n} :: no-show (patient who does not show up at a clinic despite of a reservation)
haamuraja {n} :: magic limit
haamusärky {n} [medicine] :: phantom pain
haamutorjunta {n} [sports] :: miracle save
haapa {n} :: aspen (tree of the genus Populus)
haapa {n} :: common aspen (Populus tremula)
haapainen {adj} :: aspen (made of aspen tree)
Haapajärvi {prop} :: A Finnish placename, most notably a town in central Ostrobothnia
Haapala {prop} :: surname
Haapala {prop} :: Any of a number of small places in Finland
Haapalainen {prop} :: surname
haapalastu {n} :: aspen chip
haapalehto {n} :: aspen grove (grove where the dominating species of tree is aspen)
haapana {n} :: wigeon (Anas penelope)
Haapanen {prop} :: surname
haapaperhonen {n} :: poplar admiral (Limenitis populi)
haapapuinen {adj} :: alternative term for haapainen (made of aspen tree)
Haaparanta {prop} :: Haparanda (town in the north of Sweden at the Finnish border)
haaparousku {n} :: northern milk-cap, pickle milk-cap, Lactarius trivialis
Haapasalo {prop} :: surname
Haapasalo {prop} [archaic] :: Haapsalu (town in Estonia)
haapaseitikki {n} [mushroom] :: A webcap, Cortinarius lucorum
haapasieni {n} :: A species of milk-cap, better known in Finnish as haaparousku, Lactarius trivialis
Haapavesi {prop} :: A town in North Ostrobothnia, Finland
Haapavesi {prop} :: The name of two lakes in Finland
haapio {n} :: A dugout made of aspen
Haapsalu {prop} :: Haapsalu (town in Estonia)
haara {n} :: branch (woody part of a tree arising from the trunk and usually dividing)
haara {n} :: branch (any of the parts of something that divides like the branch of a tree)
haara {n} :: fork, bifurcation (place where a tree or other object divides into two)
haara {n} :: offshoot (that which develops from something else)
haaraantua {vi} :: To branch
haara-asento {n} :: A standing position with legs apart
haarahaukka {n} :: black kite (Milvus migrans)
haarahyppy {n} :: A Jumping Jack, side straddle hop
haarainen {adj} :: branched (having branches)
haarainen {adj} [as headword in compound terms] :: having a certain number or kind of branches
haaraistunta {n} [gymnastics] :: straddle
haaraisuus {n} :: branchiness
haarakas {adj} :: branched
haarakas {n} :: coral fungus
haarakatkos {n} [pathology] :: bundle branch block (heart condition in which the electrical impulses which pace the heart are not transmitted normally through the bundle of His)
haarakaukoputki {n} :: periscope binoculars
haarake {n} :: branch
haarakeppi {n} :: forked stick
haarakiikari {n} :: scissor binoculars
haarakiila {n} [clothing] :: crotch gusset
haarakkeinen {adj} :: branching
haarakonttori {n} :: branch office
haarakäynti {n} [skiing] :: herringbone, herringbone walk
haarakynttilä {n} :: A type of candle which has more than one, typically two to five, branches supported by a common stem in the manner of a candelabrum; this type of candle seems to originate from Sweden, where it is called grenljus; in English they might be called "branched candle" but there's no established term for them
haaraliike {n} :: branch office
haarallaan {adv} :: alternative form of harallaan
haaralleen {adv} :: alternative form of haralleen
haaramyymälä {n} :: branch store
haaranasta {n} :: alternative term for haaraniitti
haaraniitti {n} :: brad, brass fastener, paper fastener, split pin (stationary fastener)
haaranousu {n} [skiing] :: alternative term for haarakäynti
haaraosasto {n} :: branch (location other than HQ of an organization with several locations)
haarapolymeeri {n} [organic chemistry] :: branched polymer
haarapääsky {n} :: barn swallow (Hirundo rustica)
haaraseisonta {n} :: alternative term for haara-asento (standing position with legs apart)
haarasokka {n} :: split pin; cotter pin [US] (metal fastener with two tines that are bent during installation, similar to a staple or rivet)
haarasuoninen {adj} [botany] :: Of a leaf, having branched veins; pinnate, palmate or reticulate
haarata {v} [rare] :: alternative form of harata
haarauma {n} :: fork
haarauma {n} :: branch
haarauma {n} :: bifurcation
haarautua {vi} :: To branch (off/out), fork, divide, furcate
haarautuma {n} :: fork
haarautuma {n} :: branch
haarautuma {n} :: bifurcation
haarautuminen {n} :: branching
haarautumiskohta {n} :: fork (a point where road, river, tree, etc. splits in two)
haarautuva {adj} :: branching, forking, forked
haaraväli {n} :: crotch
haaremi {n} :: A harem
haaremihousut {n} :: shalwar
haarikka {n} :: tankard
haarikko {n} :: pearlwort (any of several flowering plants of the genus Sagina)
haarniska {n} :: armor, armour (body protection)
haarniskamonni {n} :: hoplo (catfish of the genus Megalechis)
haarniskoida {v} :: To put on armour/armor
haaroa {vi} [of plant] :: To grow branches; to branch
haaroitin {n} [electronics] :: splitter (device that splits a line in two)
haaroitin {n} [electricity] :: adapter, branching socket (device that permits two, three, or more plugs to be used at a single electrical power point)
haaroittaa {vt} :: to branch, furcate (to divide into branches or sections)
haaroittua {vi} :: To branch
haaroitus {n} :: branching
haaroitus {n} :: tap (a connection made to an electrical or fluid conductor without breaking it)
haaroituspistorasia {n} [electricity] :: branching socket (connecting device which allows connection of multiple electric plugs in one wall outlet)
haarottaa {vt} [dialectal] :: haaroittaa (to branch)
haarova {adj} :: branchy (tending to branch frequently)
haarti {adj} [Finglish] :: Hard
haartätäkki {n} [Finglish] :: heart attack
haarukallinen {n} :: A forkful (amount a fork will hold)
haarukka {n} :: A fork (utensil)
haarukkahapero {n} :: greasy green brittlegill, Russula heterophylla
haarukkamaki {n} :: Masoala fork-marked lemur, eastern fork-marked lemur, Masoala fork-crowned lemur, Phaner furcifer (species of lemur endemic to Madagascar)
haarukkapala {n} :: fork-size piece (morsel of food of the size suitable for eating with a fork)
haarukkapurje {n} :: alternative term for kahvelipurje
haarukkaristi {n} :: A Y-shaped cross
haarukkaristi {n} [heraldry] :: alternative term for haaruristi
haarukkarousku {n} :: A milk-cap, Lactarius insulsus
haarukkatrukki {n} :: forklift (small industrial vehicle)
haarukkavaunu {n} :: pallet jack, pallet truck, pump truck (manually operated device for lifting and moving pallets)
haarukkavipu {n} [nautical] :: wishbone
haarukoida {v} :: to fork (use a fork)
haarukoida {v} :: to straddle (to estimate range)
haarukointi {n} :: straddling, pinpointing
haarukointi {n} [photography] :: bracketing
haaruristi {n} [heraldry] :: pall, pairle (Y-shaped cross that divides the shield into three parts)
haasia {n} :: hayrack (wooden frame for drying hay)
haasioida {v} :: To put hay on rack for drying
haaska {n} :: the carcass of an animal
haaska {n} [hunting] :: carcass used as bait when hunting carnivores
haaska {n} [derogatory] :: an ugly person, especially woman
haaskaaja {n} :: waster (someone or something that wastes)
haaskaantua {vi} :: To be wasted
haaskaeläin {n} :: scavenger
haaskalintu {n} :: scavenger bird (bird that feeds on carrion)
haaskalintu {n} :: vulture (person who profits from the suffering of others)
haaskametsästys {n} :: The practice or instance of hunting carnivores when they come to eat a carcass
haaskansyöjä {n} [biology] :: scavenger
haaskata {vt} :: to waste money or resources
haaskaus {n} :: wasting
haaskautua {vi} :: To become wasted
haaskio {n} :: waste
haaskuu {n} :: wasting, squandering
haastaa {vt} :: to challenge
haastaa {vt} :: to defy, dare
haastaa {vt} [legal] :: to summon
haastaa {vi} [dialectal] :: to talk
haastaa oikeuteen {vt} :: To sue, file (law)suit against, take to court, bring an action against
haastaja {n} :: challenger
haastatella {v} :: to interview
haastateltava {n} :: interviewee (someone being interviewed currently or in the future)
haastateltu {n} :: interviewee (someone who has been interviewed in the past)
haastattaa {vt} :: alternative form of haastatella; to interview
haastattelija {n} :: interviewer
haastattelu {n} :: interview (a formal meeting for the assessment of a candidate or applicant)
haastattelulausunto {n} :: interview statement (statement given in connection with an interview)
haastattelututkimus {n} :: interview survey
haastava {adj} :: challenging
haastavasti {adv} :: challengingly
haastavuus {n} :: The property of being challenging
haaste {n} :: challenge
haaste {n} [legal] :: summons
haasteaika {n} [legal] :: period of summons, length of summons (the time allowed for a defendant to appear in the court or file his written statement after receiving a summons)
haasteellinen {adj} :: challenging
haasteellisesti {adv} :: challengingly
haastehakemus {n} [legal] :: application for a summons (legal document with which the claimant initiates a judicial process in a civil law case)
haastella {v} [dialectal] :: To talk, chat
haastemies {n} :: bailiff (court officer responsible for delivering court orders, summonses and other official documents to the public)
haasteottelu {n} [sports] :: alternative term for harjoitusottelu
haastetodistus {n} [law] :: certificate of summons (certificate of handing over a summons to the defendant)
haava {n} :: wound, sore (injury, such as a cut, stab, or tear)
haava {n} :: ulcer; especially in compound terms, see e.g. mahahaava (peptic ulcer), makuuhaava (pressure ulcer)
haavainen {adj} :: Having wounds
haavakko {n} [hunting] :: wounded animal
haavakuume {n} [pathology] :: wound fever (fever caused by an infected wound)
haavalaastari {n} :: Adhesive bandage, band-aid [US]; sticking plaster, plaster [UK]
haavamuodostuma {n} [pathology] :: alternative term for haavauma
haavanlastu {n} :: aspen chip
haavanlehti {n} :: A leaf of an aspen tree
haavanpunikkitatti {n} :: orange-cap birch boletus (Leccinum rufum, Leccinum aurantiacum)
haavaside {n} [medicine] :: dressing (binding applied to a wound for protection and for stopping the bleeding)
haavasolukko {n} [biology] :: callus
haavatartunta {n} :: infection through wound
haavatulehdus {n} [pathology] :: wound infection
haavatyyny {n} :: The absorbent pad of an adhesive bandage
haavauma {n} [pathology] :: ulcer (open sore of skin, eyes or mucous membrane)
haavauttaa {vt} :: to ulcerate (to cause an ulcer to develop)
haavautua {vi} :: to ulcerate (to become ulcerous)
haavautuma {n} [pathology] :: alternative form of haavauma
haavavoide {n} :: wound ointment
haave {n} :: dream (hope, wish)
haave {n} :: daydream
haave {n} :: vision (ideal or a goal toward which one aspires)
haave {n} :: velleity (slight wish not followed by any effort to obtain)
haaveellinen {adj} :: dreamy, dreamful
haaveellisempi {adj} :: comparative of haaveellinen
haaveellisesti {n} :: dreamily
haaveellisin {adj} :: superlative of haaveellinen
haaveellisuus {n} :: dreaminess
haaveenomainen {adj} :: dreamlike (having characteristics of a dream or a vision)
haaveilija {n} :: dreamer
haaveilla {v} :: to dream (daydreams)
haaveilu {n} :: dreaming, reverie
haaveksia {v} :: To dream (daydreams)
haaveksija {n} :: A dreamer
haaveksinta {n} :: dreaming, daydreaming
haavekuva {n} :: illusion, fantasy, vision (mental picture of something that one desires)
haavemaailma {n} :: dreamworld, world of one's dreams (imaginary, idealized world)
haavemielinen {adj} [dated] :: alternative term for haaveellinen
haavemielisesti {n} [dated] :: alternative term for haaveellisesti
haavemielisyys {n} [dated] :: alternative term for haaveellisuus
haaveri {n} :: A shipwreck (event)
haavi {n} :: hand net (small net equipped with a handle and attached to a rim)
haavi {n} [slang, colloquial] :: mouth
haavia {v} :: To net (to catch by means of a net)
haavikalastus {n} :: hand net fishing
haavikko {n} :: A group or forest of aspen trees
haavipallo {n} :: lacrosse
haavisto {n} :: alternative form of haavikko
Haavisto {prop} :: surname
haavita {v} :: to catch fish, insects etc. using a hand net
haavoittaa {vt} :: To wound, injure, hurt (physically)
haavoittaminen {n} :: wounding (act of inflicting a wound)
haavoittua {v} :: to be wounded (to suffer from a wound, especially in battle)
haavoittua {v} [figuratively] :: to be wounded (to suffer from emotional injury)
haavoittumaton {adj} :: invulnerable
haavoittumattomuus {n} :: invulnerability
haavoittuminen {n} :: wounding (instance of being wounded)
haavoittunut {adj} :: wounded
haavoittuva {adj} :: vulnerable
haavoittuvaisuus {n} :: vulnerability
haavoittuvuus {n} :: vulnerability
haavoitus {n} :: alternative term for haavoittaminen
haavuri {n} :: barber surgeon
haba {n} [colloquial] :: biceps
habanera {n} :: habanera
Habarovsk {prop} :: Khabarovsk (city in Russian Far East)
habitaatti {n} :: habitat
habitus {n} :: habitus
hackmaniitti {n} [mineral] :: hackmanite
hadeeinen {adj} [geology] :: Hadean
hadith {n} :: hadith (collection of Muhammed's sayings)
hadroni {n} [particle] :: hadron
hašemiitti {n} :: Hashemite (direct descendant of Hashim)
hašemiittinen {adj} :: Hashemite
haennainen {adj} :: synonym of teennäinen
haenta {n} :: seeking
haeskella {v} :: To search, seek
haeskelu {n} :: searching
haettaa {vt} :: To have someone or something brought
haetuttaa {vt} :: to have searched, to make search
hafnium {n} :: hafnium
hagiografia {n} :: hagiography
hagiologia {n} :: hagiology
hah {interj} :: ha
ha-ha {interj} :: ha-ha, haha (onomatopoeic representation of laughter)
hahaa {interj} :: aha, haha, yahoo (exclamation of joyful understanding, realization, invention, or recognition)
hahattaa {vi} :: to laugh loudly
hahatus {n} :: loud laugh, guffaw
hahla {n} :: alternative form of haahla
hahlo {n} :: slot
hahmo {n} :: shape
hahmo {n} :: figure
hahmo {n} :: character
hahmoinen {adj} [chiefly in compounds] :: -shaped, -figured
hahmontunnistus {n} :: shape recognition
hahmopsykologia {n} :: gestaltism, gestalt psychology (branch of psychology)
hahmotella {v} :: to sketch, delineate, outline (to draw or trace an outline)
hahmotella {v} :: to sketch (to describe briefly and with very few details)
hahmotella {v} :: to rough (to create in an approximate form)
hahmotelma {n} :: sketch (rapidly executed freehand drawing)
hahmotelma {n} :: sketch, outline (rough design, plan, or draft)
hahmotelma {n} :: sketch (brief description, general presentation or outline)
hahmoterapia {n} [psychology] :: gestalt therapy ‎(form of psychotherapy)
hahmottaa {v} :: to perceive, see, be aware of, understand
hahmottaa {v} [rare] :: alternative term for hahmotella (to sketch, outline)
hahmotteilla {adv} :: taking shape
hahmotteinen {adj} :: with some number of interpretations (usually preceded by a numeral or similar word)
hahmottelu {n} :: sketching
hahmottua {vi} :: To take shape
hahmotus {n} :: perception
hahmoutua {vi} :: To take shape
hahtuva {n} :: fluff
hahtuvapilvi {n} [meteorology] :: altocumulus (type of cloud)
hahtuvaseitikki {n} [mushroom] :: A webcap, Cortinarius hemitrichus
hai {n} :: shark
hai {n} [poker] :: high card
hašiš {n} :: alternative spelling of hasis
haibarbi {n} :: bala shark, tricolor shark, silver shark, shark minnow, Balantiocheilos melanopterus (fish species in the minnow family Cyprinidae, endemic to Malay Peninsula, Sumatra and Borneo)
haihatella {v} :: To have unrealistic, fanciful ideas; to daydream
haihattelija {n} :: daydreamer
haihattelu {n} :: daydreaming (having unrealistic dreams)
haihdunta {n} :: evaporation
haihdutin {n} :: An evaporator
haihduttaa {vt} :: To evaporate
haihduttaa {vt} :: To dispel
haihduttaminen {n} :: evaporation
haihduttamo {n} :: evaporation plant
haihdutus {n} :: evaporation
haihtua {v} :: To evaporate
haihtua {v} :: To fade away
haihtuma {n} :: evaporation (amount evaporated)
haihtumaton {adj} :: unevaporated
haihtumaton {adj} :: nonvolatile (not readily evaporated)
haihtuminen {n} :: evaporation
haihtuva {adj} [physics] :: volatile (evaporating or vaporizing readily under normal ambient conditions)
haihtuvainen {adj} [dated] :: alternative term for haihtuva (volatile, readily evaporated)
haihtuvaisuus {n} [dated] :: alternative term for haihtuvuus (readiness to evaporate)
haihtuvuus {n} :: volatility (state of having a low boiling point and evaporating readily)
haikailla {vt} :: To yearn for, pine for
haikailu {n} :: yearning
haikala {n} :: shark
haikara {n} :: heron (any wading bird of the Ardeidae family in order Pelicaniformes)
haikara {n} [colloquial] :: stork (any wading bird of the Ciconiidae family in order Ciconiiformes)
haikara {n} :: stork (mythical bringer of babies)
haikaralintu {n} [dated] :: Any bird of the order Ciconiiformes, which was formerly believed to include storks, herons, ibises among others, but is now regarded as consisting of only one family, Ciconiidae or storks
haikaran purema {n} [pathology] :: stork bite, nevus flammeus nuchae (congenital and usually temporary capillary malformation in a newborn caused by the dilation of blood vessels)
haikea {adj} :: wistful, longing (full of yearning or longing)
haikea {adj} :: nostalgic (yearning for the things past)
haikea {adj} :: melancholic, melancholy, sad (affected with sadness or depression)
haikeasti {adv} :: wistfully, longingly
haikeasti {adv} :: nostalgically
haikeasti {adv} :: melancholically, sadly
haikeus {n} :: wistfulness
haikeus {n} :: nostalgia
haikeus {n} :: melancholy, sadness
haiku {n} :: A puff, whiff (act of inhaling tobacco smoke); often used in plural in this sense
haiku {n} :: A puff, whiff, puff of smoke, whiff of smoke (small quantity of smoke in the air)
haiku {n} [poetic] :: smoke
haiku {n} :: A haiku (type of Japanese poem; any poem written in haiku style)
hailakka {adj} :: pale, faded, wishy-washy
hailakkuus {n} :: [of colour] paleness
hailea {adj} :: pale
haili {n} [dated] :: fresh Baltic herring (Baltic herring that is sold fresh, i.e. not salted, smoked, pickled or preserved in any other way)
hailinpyynti {n} :: alternative term for silakanpyynti
hailiverkko {n} :: alternative term for silakkaverkko
haima {n} :: pancreas
haimaneste {n} :: pancreatic juice
haimanpoistoleikkaus {n} :: pancreatectomy (surgical removal of all or part of the pancreas)
haimasaareke {n} [anatomy] :: pancreatic islet (any of the several regions of the pancreas that contain its hormone-producing cells)
haimasairaus {n} :: pancreatic disease (unspecified disease affecting the pancreas)
haimasyöpä {n} :: pancreatic cancer
haimatauti {n} :: alternative term for haimasairaus
haimatiehyt {n} [anatomy] :: pancreatic duct
haimatulehdus {n} [pathology] :: pancreatitis
haimentaa {v} [dialectal, rare] :: alternative term for häämöttää
haimentaa {v} [dialectal, rare] :: alternative term for siintää
haimonni {n} :: pangasius, panga (any fish in the genus Pangasius, particularly the iridescent shark, Pangasius hypophthalmus, now reclassified as Pangasianodon hypophthalmus)
hainaninrottasiili {n} :: Hainan gymnure, Neohylomys hainanensis
hainevä {n} :: shark fin (fin of a shark)
haineväkeitto {n} :: shark fin soup
haipakka {n} [colloquial] :: fast speed
haipua {vi} :: To fade away
hairahdus {n} :: A moral aberration, deviation
hairahtaa {vi} [physically] :: To slip, fall, lose one's balance, take a wrong step
hairahtaa {vi} [morally] :: To slip, stray (from the strait and narrow path), commit an indiscretion
hairahtua {vi} :: To lapse, deviate (morally)
hairahtuvainen {adj} :: fallible, frail
hairata {v} [dialectal] :: alternative term for tarttua
hairata {v} [dialectal] :: alternative term for siepata
haiseva {adj} :: stinky, smelly
haisevampi {adj} :: comparative of haiseva
haisevin {adj} :: superlative of haiseva
haiskahtaa {v} :: to smell foul, stink
haiskahtaa {v} [figuratively] :: to appear suspicious; often may be translated into English using the idiom smell a rat
haista {vi} :: to smell (like = ablative), to have a smell/scent/odor; to stink
haista {v} [figuratively] :: to smell like, stink, reek of
haistaa {vt} :: To sniff, smell
haistaa {vt} :: To scent, smell/nose out, get wind/scent of
haistaa {vt} [figuratively] :: To smell, suspect, sense, feel
haistaa palaneen käryä {v} [idiomatic] :: to smell a rat (to sense something suspicious)
haista kukkanen {interj} [colloquial, euphemistic] :: expression to show discontent with the other party or contempt (literally: (go) smell a flower)
haistaminen {n} :: smelling (sensing)
haista paska {interj} [vulgar, strongly offensive] :: fuck you (literally: smell shit)
haistatella {vi} [_, + allative] :: To tell someone where to go/where to get off/what to do with it (continuously, repeatedly and/or indifferently, in an insulting manner, as in "go to hell!")
haistattaa {vt} :: to tell someone where to go/where to get off/what to do with it (in insults, as in "go to hell!")
haistattelu {n} :: Action of the verb haistatella
haista vittu {interj} [strongly vulgar] :: fuck you! (literally: "sniff the cunt!")
haistella {vt} :: to smell, sniff something
haistella {vt} :: to sniff, huff, inhale the fumes of something in order to get intoxicated
haistelu {n} :: smelling, sniffing of something
haistelu {n} :: sniffing, huffing, inhalation of the fumes, of something in order to get intoxicated
haisti {n} :: The sense of smell
haisu {n} [rare] :: stink (strong, bad smell)
haisuhapero {n} :: foetid russula, Russula foetens
haisuherkkusieni {n} :: An agaric, Agaricus maleolens
haisuhilleri {n} :: zorille, striped polecat, African polecat, Cape polecat, African skunk, (Ictonyx striatus)
haisukalkki {n} :: bituminous limestone
haisuli {n} [humorous] :: stinker (smelly person)
haisuliini {n} :: A smelly person
haisumäyrä {n} :: stink badger (either of the species of mammals in the Mydaus genus, native to Southeast Asia, resembling a badger in appearance, but more closely related to skunks)
haisumäyrä {n} :: Sunda stink badger, teledu, Mydaus javanensis (type species of that genus)
haisunoki {n} :: common bunt, stinking smut, covered smut (disease of wheat, caused by two closely related fungi, Tilletia tritici, syn. Tilletia caries and T. laevis, syn. T. foetida)
haisunäätä {n} :: skunk (mammal of the family Mephitidae, especially the striped skunk, Mephitis mephitis)
haisunäätä {n} :: stinker (one who smells)
haisuseitikki {n} [mushroom] :: A webcap, Cortinarius traganus
haisusieni {n} :: stinkhorn, specifically Phallus impudicus
haitallinen {adj} :: Harmful, injurious, hazardous, detrimental, inimical
haitallisesti {adv} :: harmfully
haitallisuus {n} :: harmfulness
haitari {n} [musical instruments] :: accordion
haitaribussi {n} [colloquial] :: articulated bus
haitata {vt} :: to hamper, hinder, impede
haitattomuus {n} :: The property of not being harmful
haite {n} [papermaking] :: The detrimental material in pulp
haitek {n} [colloquial] :: high tech
haitekki {n} [colloquial] :: high tech
Haiti {prop} :: Haiti
haitinalmikki {n} :: Hispanolian solenodon (Solenodon paradoxus)
haitinkukkaleikko {n} :: A subspecies of Cuban flower bat endemic to the island of Hispaniola, Phyllonycteris poeyi obtusa
haitta {n} :: A disadvantage, hindrance
haitta {n} :: A con
haitta {n} :: A tumbler (part of a lock)
haitta-aste {n} :: degree of disability (degree to which a person is deemed to be affected by disability in terms of one's ability to work, used to determine the amount of disability compensation)
haittaohjelma {n} [computing] :: malware
haittapuoli {n} :: disadvantage, downside, con
haittatapahtuma {n} [health care] :: sentinel event, adverse event (any unanticipated or unusual event in a medical setting which results in death or serious physical injury to the patient)
haittavaikutus {n} :: adverse effect, injurious effect
haittavero {n} :: Pigovian tax
haituva {n} :: A single thin hair or fiber
haituva {n} [botany] :: pappus
haiven {n} :: A single, usually thin hair or fiber
haivene {n} [nautical] :: A type of One-design, sloop-rigged keelboat designed in Finland in 1930 by the sailboat designer Gunnar L. Stenbäck
haja- {prefix} :: scattered, dispersed
hajaannus {n} :: disruption
hajaannus {n} :: dispersion, dissolution
hajaannuttaa {vt} :: To cause to disperse
hajaantua {vi} :: To disperse
hajaantuminen {n} :: divergence
haja-asutus {n} :: dispersed settlement
haja-asutusalue {n} :: area of dispersed settlement
hajahtaa {vi} :: synonym of haiskahtaa
hajakoko {n} :: odd size
hajakuormitus {n} [ecology] :: scattered loading
hajalla {adv} :: apart
hajalla {adv} :: dispersed, scattered, in pieces
hajalla {adv} :: smashed, broken
hajalla {adv} :: disassembled
hajallaan {adv} :: dispersed
hajallaan {adv} :: smashed
hajallaan {adv} :: broken
hajallaan {adv} :: disassembled
hajallaan {adv} :: scattered
hajallaan {adv} :: in pieces
hajalle {adv} :: To the state of not being whole or united. Translates into English with e.g
hajalle {adv} :: apart, asunder
hajalle {adv} :: dispersed
hajalle {adv} :: smashed
hajalle {adv} :: broken
hajalle {adv} :: disassembled
hajalle {adv} :: scattered
hajalle {adv} :: to bits
hajallinen {adj} :: scattered, dispersed
hajallinen {adj} :: dismantled
hajallinen {adj} :: broken in pieces
hajamielinen {adj} :: absent-minded, scatterbrained
hajamielisesti {adv} :: absent-mindedly
hajamielisyys {n} :: absent-mindedness
hajan {adv} :: see: hujan hajan
hajanainen {adj} :: scattered, dispersed
hajanainen {adj} :: sporadic
hajanainen {adj} :: incoherent
hajanaisin {adj} :: superlative of hajanainen
hajanaisuus {n} :: disjointedness
hajareisin {adv} :: astride; see also verb bestride
hajasäteily {n} :: diffuse radiation
hajataitto {n} [pathology] :: astigmatism
hajauma {n} :: dispersion
hajautettu {adj} :: decentralized
hajauttaa {vt} :: To decentralize
hajautua {vi} [of people] :: To dissolve, disperse
hajautuma {n} :: alternative form of hajauma
hajautus {n} :: dispersion
hajautus {n} :: decentralization
hajautus {n} [computing] :: hashing
hajautusalgoritmi {n} [computing] :: hash function
hajautusarvo {n} [computing] :: hash (a value created by a hash function)
hajautusfunktio {n} [computing] :: hash function
hajautustaulu {n} [computing] :: hash table
haje {n} :: entropy
hajoamaton {adj} :: indestructible
hajoamaton {adj} :: indissoluble
hajoaminen {n} :: decomposition (biological process)
hajoaminen {n} [nuclear physics] :: fission, spallation, radioactive decay (nuclear reaction in which a nucleus fragments into many nucleons)
hajoava {adj} :: Decomposable, putrescible
hajonnut {adj} :: broken
hajonta {n} :: dispersion
hajonta {n} [statistics] :: deviation
hajota {v} :: to disperse, scatter, break up, run in all directions
hajota {v} :: to disband (militarily); to dissolve (of a committee, commission), recess, split/divide up
hajota {v} [chemistry] :: to decompose
hajota {v} :: to break (up/open/into pieces), shatter, fall to pieces, fall/come apart (at the seams) crack up (also figuratively)
hajota {v} :: to dissolve, disperse, dissipate, (be) scatter(ed)
hajota {v} [military slang + illative] :: to lose one's spirit due to, get depressed by (esp. a camp or heavy physical education)
hajota ja hallitse {phrase} :: divide and conquer
hajottaa {vt} :: to scatter, disperse, break up, dissipate, drive off [in all directions], send scurrying
hajottaa {vt} :: to spread out, scatter, strew [about/around]
hajottaa {vt} :: to dissolve, dismiss, disband
hajottaa {vt} [rare] :: to tear down, knock down, demolish [a building]
hajottaa {vt} :: to take apart, dismantle [a machine]
hajottaa {vt} :: to break, smash
hajottaja {n} [ecology] :: decomposer, saprotroph
hajottaja {n} [computing] :: destructor
hajottaminen {n} :: decomposition (act of taking something apart, e.g. for analysis)
hajottamo {n} :: wreck yard, wrecking yard, wrecker's yard, salvage yard, junkyard, breaker's yard, scrapheap (location of a dismantling business)
hajottava {adj} :: disruptive
hajottava {adj} :: divisive
hajotus {n} :: breaking, disassembling, disintegration
haju {n} :: smell, whiff
haju {n} [idiomatic] :: clue, slightest idea
hajuaisti {n} [physiology] :: the sense of smell
hajuelin {n} :: smelling organ
hajuepiteeli {n} [anatomy] :: olfactory epithelium
hajuheinä {n} :: drooping woodreed, Cinna latifolia
hajuhermo {n} [anatomy] :: olfactory nerve
hajuherne {n} :: sweet pea (Lathyrus odoratus)
hajuinen {adj} :: -smelling
hajujälki {n} :: scent, odour trace (odour trace left by an animal or person)
hajukoe {n} :: smell test (inspection using the sense of smell, such as of food)
hajukoe {n} [physiology] :: smell test (assessment of the sense of smell)
hajuöljy {n} :: essential oil
hajulukko {n} :: trap (bend, sag, or other device in a waste-pipe arranged so that the liquid contents form a seal which prevents the escape of noxious gases, but permits the flow of liquids)
hajunpoistaja {n} :: smell remover
hajupihka {n} :: asafoetida
hajupommi {n} :: stinkbomb
hajusaippua {n} :: scented soap; also aromatic soap, aroma soap, smelling soap
hajustaa {vt} :: To perfume, scent
hajuste {n} :: perfume
hajusuola {n} :: smelling salt
hajuton {adj} :: odorless, scentless
hajuton ja mauton {adj} [idiomatic, colloquial] :: lackluster, qualityless, mediocre, dull
hajuton ja mauton {adj} :: used literally: odorless and tasteless
hajuttomasti {adv} :: odourlessly
hajuttomuus {n} :: odourlessness
hajuvesi {n} :: perfume
hajuvesikauppa {n} :: perfume shop
hajuvesipullo {n} :: perfume bottle
hajuvirhe {n} :: smell defect (undesired smell in a foodstuff or other product)
haka {n} :: hook, clasp (type of fastener)
haka {n} :: corral, paddock, croft (enclosure for livestock)
haka {adv} :: olla haka jossakin: to be good at something
hakahapero {n} :: A brittlegill, Russula velenovskyi
Hakala {prop} :: surname
Hakala {prop} :: Any of a number of small places in Finland
hakaluu {n} [anatomy] :: A hamate bone
hakanen {n} :: A small hook
hakaneula {n} :: A safety pin (pin, in the form of a clasp)
hakapyssy {n} :: harquebus, arquebus
hakaristi {n} :: swastika
hakaristilippu {n} :: The Nazi flag
hakassi {n} :: Khakas (language)
Hakassia {prop} :: Khakassia (republic in Russia)
hakasulje {n} :: A square bracket (symbols "[" and "]")
hakasulku {n} :: A square bracket ( "[" or "]" )
hakasulkumerkki {n} :: square bracket sign
hakata {v} :: to hit something repeatedly, as a nail with a hammer or a log with an axe
hakata {v} :: to beat somebody up
hakata {v} [forestry] :: to cut a tree, to fell trees
hakata {v} :: to bill (to work with a billhook)
hakata {v} :: to chop, often with irti (off) (to sever with an axe or similar tool)
hakata {v} :: to chop (to cut into pieces, such as vegetables)
hakata {v} :: to beat (to win somebody with a considerable margin)
hakata {v} :: to beat (to be better in something than somebody else)
hakata {v} :: to beat (to play certain musical instruments, such as drums or piano, with a great fervor)
hakaus {n} :: stuckness (state of being stuck)
hakaus {n} [idiomatic] :: dispute; in the expression joutua hakaukseen (to end up in dispute)
hakautua {vi} :: to get stuck
hake {n} :: woodchips as mass, e.g. when used as fuel
hakea {vt} :: To retrieve, get, fetch
hakea {v} :: To search
hakea {v} :: To apply (for a job, post, education)
hakea kissojen ja koirien kanssa {phrase} [idiomatic] :: to look for something thoroughly or energetically
hakelämmitys {n} :: wood chip heating
hakemisto {n} :: directory
hakemisto {n} :: index
hakemistopuu {n} [computing] :: directory tree
hakemus {n} :: application (written request)
haketin {n} :: a chipper
hakettaa {vt} :: To chip (to break into small pieces, especially wood)
hakettamo {n} :: chipping plant
haketus {n} :: chipping (of wood)
hakeutua {vi} :: To ask to be committed (for treatment of a mental disorder), ask to be treated (for a disease)
hakeutua {vi} :: To gravitate (to tend or drift towards someone or something, as though being pulled by gravity)
hakevoimala {n} :: wood chip power plant (thermal power plant utilizing wood chips as its main fuel)
hakija {n} :: applicant
hakija {n} :: retriever, fetcher
hakijamaa {n} :: applicant country (country that applies for membership in an international organization, notably the European Union)
hakkaaja {n} :: beater
hakkaaja {n} :: cutter (of wood)
hakkaantua {vi} :: alternative form of hakkautua
hakkailla {v} :: to flirt
hakkailu {n} :: flirt
hakkapeliitta {n} :: Hakkapeliitta
Hakkarainen {prop} :: surname
hakkaus {n} :: cutting
hakkauttaa {vt} [forestry] :: to have cut
hakkauttaa {vt} :: to have chopped up
hakkautua {vi} :: to be beaten
hakkelus {n} :: hash (food)
hakkeri {n} :: hacker, an advanced hobbyist of computer technology, not necessarily one who uses their skill to commit crime
hakkeroida {v} [computing] :: To hack
hakkerointi {n} [computing] :: hacking
hakki {n} [curling] :: hack (foothold)
hakkio {n} :: alternative term for hakkuuala
hakku {n} :: hack, pickaxe
hakkuri {n} :: chipper, woodchipper (machine for chipping wood)
hakkuu {n} :: logging
hakkuuttaa {vt} :: alternative form of hakkauttaa
hako {n} :: A submerged, dead tree
hako {n} :: A branch of a conifer tree
haksahdus {n} :: blunder
haksahtaa {vi} :: To blunder
haku {n} :: search
hakuaika {n} :: application time/period
hakuaika {n} [computing] :: access time
hakualgoritmi {n} [computing] :: search algorithm
hakuammunta {n} [artillery] :: A method of targeting the fire, in which a few rounds with varying settings are fired in the environment of the actual target, and the settings for aiming at the actual target are calculated from the results of these test firings
hakuehto {n} :: search criteria
hakukelpoisuus {n} :: eligibility for an office (state of having the qualifications required for applying for a position, grant etc.)
hakukomitea {n} :: search committee
hakukone {n} [computing] :: search engine
hakukoneoptimointi {n} :: search engine optimization
hakulaite {n} :: pager (device)
Hakulinen {prop} :: surname
hakupuu {n} [computing] :: search tree
hakurobotti {n} [Internet] :: search bot
hakusana {n} :: headword (word used as the title of a section, particularly in a dictionary, encyclopedia, or thesaurus)
hakusana {n} :: keyword (word used in a reference work to link to other words or other information)
hakusana {n} [computing] :: search term
hakutermi {n} [computing] :: search term (word or phrase entered into the search box of a webpage)
halailla {v} :: to hug, repeatedly
halailu {n} :: hugging
halailu {n} :: petting (act of kissing, stroking, etc., a person in a sexual manner)
halaista {v} [rare] :: alternative form of halkaista
halajaa {v} [poetic, dialectal] :: alternative form of haluta, in the sense "to want" only
halata {v} :: to hug, embrace (once)
halata {v} [chiefly poetic] :: to want
halattava {adj} :: huggable
halatti {n} :: A dressing gown or similar piece of clothing
halaus {n} :: hug
halava {n} :: bay willow (Salix pentandra)
hali {n} [colloquial] :: hug
halia {v} :: To hug (repeatedly or continuously)
halia {v} :: To snuggle, cuddle
halidi {n} [chemistry] :: halide
haliitti {n} [mineral] :: halite
Halikarnassos {prop} :: Halicarnassus
halikka {n} :: synonym of merihalikka
Halinalle {prop} :: Care Bear (fictional character)
haljakampi {adj} :: comparative of haljakka
haljakin {adj} :: superlative of haljakka
haljakka {adj} :: tepid, lukewarm
haljakka {adj} :: faded, pale (of color)
haljakoin {adj} :: superlative of haljakka
haljas {n} :: The flesh side of split leather, see haljasnahka (split leather)
haljasmokka {n} :: suede split (type of suede leather)
haljasnahka {n} :: split leather (sheet of leather produced by splitting a raw hide into layers)
haljeta {vi} :: To rip, tear, split
haljeta {vi} :: To crack, (be) fracture(d)
haljeta {vi} :: To burst, break, pop
halju {adj} [colloquial] :: poor, boring
halkaisija {n} :: A diameter (line)
halkaisija {n} [nautical] :: A jib, as the foremost triangular sail at the bowsprit of a sailing ship
halkaista {v} :: to split in two
halkaista {v} [woodworking] :: to rip (to cut along the grain)
halkaista {v} :: to burst (to cause to break from internal pressure)
halkaisu {n} :: splitting (in two)
halkaisusaha {n} :: ripsaw
halkeama {n} :: A crevice
halkeama {n} :: A fissure
halkeama {n} :: A rift
halkeaminen {n} :: splitting
halkeaminen {n} :: fission
halkeilla {v} :: to crack, chap, fissure (to split, forming fissures)
halkeilu {n} :: splitting, cracking
halki {postp} :: through:
halki {postp} :: across:
halki {postp} :: to be broken in two (elative)
halkileikkaus {n} :: cross-section (section formed by a plane cutting through an object)
halkinainen {adj} :: cracked
halkio {n} :: slit
halkio {n} :: cleft, cleavage
halkiomato {n} :: schistosome, blood fluke (parasitic worm)
halkiomatotauti {n} [pathology] :: synonym of bilhartsia
halkipäinen {adj} [heraldry] :: forked
halko {n} :: piece of firewood cut to about one meter in length and usually split
halko {n} :: billet (short piece of firewood)
halkoa {v} :: To split, divide into halves
halkoa {v} :: To chop
halkoa hiuksia {v} [idiomatic] :: To split hairs
halkohitsaus {n} :: flat welding
halkoinen {adj} [heraldry] :: parted by pale
halkoinen {adj} [botany] :: pinnatifid, pinnatipartite or pinnatisect
halkolaatikko {n} :: woodbox (box used for storage of firewood)
halkomakone {n} :: log splitter (machine used to split logs, usually for firewood)
halkomotti {n} :: cubic metre of firewood
halkopino {n} :: woodpile, stack of wood, woodstack (organized pile of cut wood to be used as fuel)
halla {n} :: frost
hallanarka {adj} :: Easily to be frostbitten
hallanpesä {n} :: A place such as swamp that spreads frost
hallanvaara {n} :: danger of frost
hallava {adj} :: pale, especially grayish
hallayö {n} :: A frosty night
halleluja {interj} :: hallelujah
Halleyn komeetta {prop} :: Halley's Comet
halli {n} :: large building used for sports or exhibitions, e.g. indoor arena, gallery
halli {n} :: large room, e.g. at a railway station, lobby
halli {n} :: grey seal, Halichoerus grypus
halli {n} :: dog, usually grey
hallinnassa {adv} :: under control
hallinnassa {adv} :: on top of (in English a prepositional structure)
hallinnoida {v} :: To administer, manage, supervise
hallinnollinen {adj} :: administrative, administerial (of or pertaining to administering or administration)
hallinta {n} :: control
hallinta {n} :: mastery
hallinta {n} :: management (judicious use of means)
hallintajärjestelmä {n} :: management system, especially a software program that supports management
hallintaoikeus {n} [legal] :: right of possession (right of possessing, using and getting income from the use of an object as distinct from the right of ownership)
hallinto {n} :: government, management, administration
hallinto {n} :: As modifier in compound words (hallinto-), administrative
hallintoalue {n} :: jurisdiction (limits or territory)
hallintohimmeli {n} [pejorative] :: organization chart
hallintojohtaja {n} :: administrative director
hallintojohtaja {n} :: city administrator (US term for a person hired to manage day-to-day activities of a city)
hallintokoneisto {n} :: A bureaucracy (administrative structure in place to control activity)
hallintokunta {n} :: A subdivision of state or municipal government, which has its own internal administration and some autonomy in decision making. Currently used especially of branches of municipal government, e.g. education, social security. For this usage, the English translation could be board
hallintolaki {n} :: [in Finland] Administrative Procedure Act (an Act in the field of administrative law)
hallintoneuvosto {n} :: supervisory board (in some company structures, a board between the executive board and shareholders, the powers of which are limited to general supervising and sometimes appointing the executive board and top management. A hallintoneuvosto typically has 15 to 50 members appointed by the annual meeting of the shareholders.)
hallinto-oikeus {n} :: [in Finland] An Administrative Court (the court of first instance in cases where one of the parties is the government or a governmental agency)
hallinto-oikeus {n} [law] :: Administrative law (the body of acts, statutes etc. that governs the activities of administrative agencies of government)
hallintovirkailija {n} :: administrative official
hallita {v} :: to rule, govern, reign, administer, command, master
hallita {v} :: to master (to have the skill)
hallita {v} :: to control (to exercise influence over, to suggest or dictate the behavior of)
hallita {v} :: to be in charge (to have the power of command or control)
hallitseman {v} :: infinitive of hallita
hallitseva {adj} :: dominant
hallitseva {adj} :: ruling
hallitsevasti {adv} :: dominantly
hallitsija {n} :: ruler (one who rules)
hallitsijapari {n} :: ruling couple
hallittu {adj} :: controlled
hallituksen päämies {n} :: head of government
hallitukseton {adj} :: lacking a government
hallitus {n} :: government, regime, (in referring to the United States, translation of "administration")
hallitus {n} :: cabinet (group of ministers responsible for creating government policy and for overseeing the departments comprising the executive branch)
hallitus {n} :: board, board of directors (of almost any organisation including corporations and associations), board of trustees
hallitus {n} :: (kunnanhallitus) municipal board, board of selectmen
hallitus {n} :: agency, administration, authority (government body or branch of government entrusted with administration of a defined subsector; usually a part of a ministry)
hallitusaika {n} :: reign (ruling period)
hallitusherra {n} [colloquial] :: mandarin (senior civil servant)
hallituskausi {n} :: A reign, the period of rule
hallituskriisi {n} :: parliamentary crisis
hallitusmuoto {n} :: A system of government
hallitusneuvottelu {n} :: government formation talks (translation used by the prime minister's office)
hallitusohjelma {n} :: A plan of action of a national government for its planned term, officially translated as "Government Programme" into English. The programme is agreed upon before the term begins in negotiations between the political parties which agree to form the government
hallituspohja {n} [politics] :: government's base of support (in a multiparty parliamentary system, those parties collectively which form the government)
hallituspula {n} [politics] :: interregnum (period of time when a country is without government)
hallituspuolue {n} :: A political party that has one or more ministers in a given government, governing party, ruling party
hallitusti {adv} :: in a controlled manner
halloween {n} :: Halloween (31st of October)
hallusinaatio {n} :: hallucination
hallusinogeeni {n} :: hallucinogen
hallussa {adv} [static] :: in sb's possession, care or custody
hallusta {adv} [static] :: from sb's possession, care or custody
hallusta {adv} :: on one's person
halma {n} [board game] :: halma
halme {n} [agriculture] :: Farmland that is produced using the slash and burn technique
Halme {prop} :: surname
halo {n} :: halo
haloefekti {n} [psychology] :: halo effect
halofyytti {n} [botany] :: halophyte (plant that tolerates an environment having a high salt content)
halogeeni {n} [chemistry] :: halogen
halokliini {n} [hydrology] :: halocline
Halonen {prop} :: surname
haloni {n} [chemistry] :: halon
haloo {interj} [on answering the telephone] :: hello
haloo {n} [colloquial] :: hullabaloo
haloperidoli {n} [chemistry] :: haloperidol
halpa {adj} :: cheap
halpahalli {n} :: discount store
halpakopio {n} :: A cheap copy
halpamainen {adj} :: dirty, ignoble
halpuus {n} :: cheapness (property of being cheap)
halpuuttaa {vt} [rare] :: to cheapen (to lower the price)
halssi {n} [nautical] :: tack (rope used to hold in place the foremost lower corner of a square sail)
halssi {n} :: (nautical) board, tack (distance a sailing vessel runs between tacks when working to windward)
halssi {n} :: (nautical) tack (course or heading)
halssikulma {n} [nautical] :: tack (part of sail)
halstari {n} [cooking] :: A hinged gridiron; a grilling device consisting of a handle and two gridirons hinged together so that the food can be trapped between the gridirons
halstaroida {v} :: To grill or broil on a hinged gridiron
halsteri {n} :: alternative form of halstari
halsteroida {v} :: alternative form of halstaroida
halstrata {vt} :: To grill on a hinged gridiron
haltia {n} :: elf (mythical, supernatural being)
haltiatar {n} :: female elf
haltija {n} :: holder, occupant (one who occupies a position; often used as head of compound term)
haltija {n} [legal] :: possessor, occupant (one who has control over, but not necessarily legal ownership of, an item of fixed or movable property)
haltija {n} :: elf (mythical, supernatural being)
haltijatar {n} :: A fairy (in a fairy tale)
haltijatar {n} :: Female elf
haltijavelkakirja {n} [finance] :: bearer bond
haltioihinsa {adv} :: saada ~: to make elated, very excited, enraptured, to blow away
haltioihinsa {adv} :: tulla ~: to become elated, very excited, enraptured, blown away (by/about = elative)
haltioissaan {adv} :: [While being] elated, very excited, enraptured
haltioissaan {adv} :: olla haltioissaan: to be elated, enthralled, very excited, enraptured, blown away (by/about = elative)
haltioitua {vi} :: to become exalted, to be blown away (to be greatly impressed)
haltioituminen {n} :: exaltation
haltuumme {postp} :: to our possession
haltuun {adv} :: to the possession (care, custody) (of)
haltuuni {postp} :: to my possession
haltuunne {postp} :: to your possession
haltuunsa {postp} :: to his/her/their possession
haltuusi {postp} :: to your possession
halu {n} :: desire
halu {n} :: urge, itch
halukas {adj} :: inclined, eager, willing
halukkaampi {adj} :: comparative of halukas
halukkaasti {adv} :: eagerly
halukkuus {n} :: willingness (state of being willing)
haluta {vt} :: To want; to desire, to crave
haluta {vt} [_, + infinitive] :: To want (to do something)
haluton {adj} :: reluctant
haluttaa {v} :: to be in the mood for/to, to have an urge, to want
haluttava {adj} :: desirable
haluttomuus {n} :: reluctance, unwillingness
haluttu {adj} :: wanted
haluttu {adj} :: in demand
haluuksä {phrase} [colloquial] :: A variant of the phrase haluutsä, a contraction of the standard Finnish phrase haluatko sinä ("do you want"). In this variant the question particle -ko is retained
haluuks {phrase} [colloquial] :: alternative form of haluuksä
haluut sä {phrase} [colloquial] :: alternative spelling of haluutsä
haluutsä {phrase} [colloquial] :: Do you want (to)
haluutsä {phrase} [colloquial, polite] :: A phrase used to soften direct orders
halva {n} :: halva
halvaannuttaa {vt} :: To paralyze
halvaantua {vi} :: To be(come) paralyzed
halvata {vt} :: to paralyse/paralyze
halvattu {adj} :: paralyzed
halvattu {n} [vulgar] :: heck, goddamn (medium strong expletive or intensifier)
halvattu {interj} :: damn, damned, goddamnit
halvaus {n} [pathology] :: paralysis
halvaus {n} :: (pathology) arrest; as in sydänhalvaus (cardiac arrest)
halvaus {n} :: (pathology) stroke
halvauttaa {vt} :: To paralyze
halvautua {vi} :: To become paralysed/paralyzed
halveerata {vt} [colloquial] :: to disparage
halveksia {vt} [+ partitive] :: To despise, scorn, look down on, sneer at, disdain, contemn
halveksia {vt} [+ partitive] :: To defy, (be) oppose(d) to, resist
halveksija {n} :: One who contempts
halveksinta {n} :: contempt
halveksittava {adj} :: contemptible
halveksittavasti {adv} :: contemptibly
halveksittavuus {n} :: contemptibleness
halveksua {vt} [+ partitive] :: To despise, scorn, look down on, sneer at, disdain, contemn
halveksua {vt} [+ partitive] :: To defy, (be) oppose(d to), resist
halveksunta {n} :: scorn, contempt
halveksuvasti {adv} :: contemptuously
halvempi {adj} :: comparative of halpa
halventaa {vt} :: to disparage
halventaa {vt} :: to cheapen
halventava {adj} :: derogatory, pejorative, contemptuous, disparaging, defamatory
halventua {vi} :: To become cheaper, become less expensive
halveta {vi} :: To become cheaper, become less expensive
hama {adj} :: fuzzy
hama {adj} :: direct
hamara {n} :: poll, butt (part of the head of an axe)
hamara {n} :: head (top part of a railway rail)
hame {n} :: skirt
hamekangas {n} :: skirt fabric
hamesankari {n} :: womanizer, lecher
hameväki {n} :: petticoats, skirts; the women
hamina {n} [archaic] :: port, harbour
Hamina {prop} :: Hamina
hammas {n} :: tooth
hammasahven {n} :: porgy, sea bream (any of several fish of the family Sparidae)
hammasalveoli {n} [anatomy] :: tooth socket (socket in the jaw in which the roots of teeth are held)
hammashaapa {n} :: bigtooth aspen, Populus grandidentata
hammasharja {n} :: toothbrush
hammashermo {n} [anatomy] :: dental nerve
hammashoitaja {n} :: dental assistant, dentist's assistant, dental nurse
hammashoito {n} :: dental care
hammashygienisti {n} :: dental hygienist
hammaskaries {n} :: synonym of karies (dental disease)
hammaskato {n} [pathology] :: edentation
hammaskeiju {n} :: Tooth Fairy
hammaskiille {n} [anatomy] :: enamel, tooth enamel (hard covering on the exposed part of a tooth)
hammaskipu {n} :: toothache
hammaskirurgia {n} :: dental surgery
hammaskivi {n} [medicine] :: dental calculus, tartar
hammaskuoppa {n} [anatomy] :: tooth socket (socket in the jaw in which the roots of teeth are held)
hammaslanka {n} :: floss (a thread, used to clean the area between the teeth)
hammaslääketiede {n} :: dentistry, odontology
hammaslääketieteellinen {n} [medicine] :: dental; of dentistry (of or pertaining to dentistry)
hammaslääkäri {n} :: dentist
hammasloma {n} :: The gap between incisors and molars in some mammal species
hammasluu {n} :: dentin, dentine
hammasmätä {n} [dated] :: tooth decay, dental caries
hammaspeikko {n} :: Literally "Tooth Troll", a figure used to teach children to brush their teeth
hammasproteesi {n} :: denture (device that replaces some or all teeth in a mouth)
hammaspuikko {n} :: toothpick
hammaspyörä {n} :: A cogwheel, gearwheel
hammasrata {n} :: rack railway
hammasratas {n} :: A gearwheel, gear, cogwheel, cog (wheel with grooves)
hammassäkki {n} [anatomy] :: dental follicle (sac containing the developing tooth)
hammassärky {n} :: toothache
hammastaa {v} :: To indent, serrate (to cut into points like a row of teeth)
hammastahna {n} :: toothpaste
hammaste {n} :: perforation
hammastikku {n} :: toothpick
hammastua {v} :: of toothlike projections, to fit smoothly with each other, like e.g. cogs in a set of gears
hammasvalas {n} :: toothed whale
hampaallinen {adj} :: toothed
hampaankolo {n} :: A space between two teeth
hampaankolo {n} [figuratively] :: A score to be settled, or unsaid words that need to be said
hampaankolotus {n} :: toothache
hampaaton {adj} :: toothless, edentulous (having no teeth)
hampaaton {adj} :: toothless (having no capability of enforcing something)
hampaattomasti {adv} :: In a toothless manner; weakly
hampaattomuus {n} :: toothlessness
hampaidenhoito {n} :: dental care
hampaiden narskuttelu {n} :: grinding of one's teeth, bruxism (habit or practice of grinding of the teeth)
-hampainen {adj} :: toothed
hampaisto {n} :: denture
hampparoida {vi} [colloquial] :: to roam, to wander about
hamppu {n} :: hemp (Cannabis sativa)
hamppuinen {adj} :: hempen
hamppuöljy {n} :: hemp oil
hampsia {vi} :: synonym of hutiloida
hampsia {vi} :: synonym of lampsia
Hampuri {prop} :: Hamburg
hampurilainen {n} :: Hamburger (person)
hampurilainen {n} :: hamburger (sandwich)
hampurilaisbaari {n} :: hamburger bar
hampurilaisravintola {n} :: hamburger restaurant
hamsteri {n} [zoology, mammals, rodents] :: hamster, any member of the subfamily Cricetinae
hamstraaja {n} :: hoarder
hamstrata {v} :: To hoard
hamstraus {n} :: hoarding
hamstraus {n} [finance] :: panic buying (buying of commodities or other assets earlier than normal)
hamuta {v} :: To scrabble
-han {particle} :: [enclitic] A particle to express that the speaker had some (more or less) certain view on something but is surprised after having got to know the truth about it:
-han {particle} :: [enclitic] A particle to express that the speaker had some (more or less) certain view on something but is surprised at the controversial view expressed by some other person:
-han {particle} :: [enclitic] A particle to express that the speaker is determined about or resistant towards something:
-han {particle} :: [enclitic] A particle appended to an indicative (more rarely: conditional or potential) verb form in order to express the speaker's wish about something; also to politely ask someone to do something—i.e., to avoid the imperative:
-han {particle} :: [enclitic] With the particle -ko (ko required by the vowel harmony) to express "I wonder if"
-han {suffix} :: alternative form of -hVn (the case suffix for illative singular case)
hana {n} :: faucet, tap (device to dispense liquid)
hana {n} :: hammer (of a gun)
hanajuoma {n} :: fountain drink
hanakasti {adv} :: eagerly
hanakka {adj} :: eager
hanaolut {n} [colloquial] :: draft, draft beer [US]; draught, draught beer
hanapakkaus {n} :: bag-in-box (package for liquids consisting of a strong metallised plastic bladder, seated inside a corrugated fiberboard box and equipped with a tap)
hanapakkausviini {n} :: box wine; cask wine [Australia, NZ]
handicap {n} [anglicism] :: handicap (allowance)
handu {n} [slang] :: hand
hangaari {n} :: hangar
hangata {vt} :: to rub
hangata {v} :: ~ vastaan: to resist
hangoitella {vi} :: (+ partitive + vastaan) To chafe against, resist, protest against
hangota {v} :: To use a pitchfork
hangul {n} :: Hangeul (writing system)
hangul {n} [colloquial] :: a letter of the writing system
hanhenmaksa {n} :: foie gras
hanhenmarssi {n} :: goose-step
hanhi {n} :: A goose
hanhiemo {n} [zoology] :: goose mother
hanhiemo {n} :: mama bear, helicopter mom (overly protective and well-meaning mother)
hanhikki {n} :: potentilla (plant of the genus Potentilla, e.g. cinquefoils)
hanhikorppikotka {n} :: griffon vulture (Gyps fulvus)
hanka {n} [botany] :: fork (of a tree and its branch, etc.)
hanka-antilooppi {n} :: pronghorn (Antilocapra americana)
hankaantua {vi} :: alternative form of hankautua
hankain {n} :: oarlock [US], rowlock [UK]
hankajalkainen {n} [biology] :: copepod
hankakukka {n} [botany] :: lateral flower
hankala {adj} :: difficult, challenging (hard, not easy, requiring much effort)
hankala {adj} :: cumbersome, troublesome, burdensome, wearisome (requiring much work)
hankala {adj} :: inconvenient (not easy)
hankala {adj} :: awkward (not easily managed or effected)
hankalakäyttöinen {adj} :: cumbersome (not easily managed or handled; awkward)
hankalasti {adv} :: laboriously, difficult (to)
hankalasti {adv} :: inconveniently
hankalasti {adv} :: awkwardly
hankaloittaa {vt} :: To complicate
hankaloitua {vi} :: To become (more) complicated
hankaluu {n} [anatomy] :: furcula
hankaluus {n} :: difficulty, complexity
hankaluus {n} :: inconvenience
hankasilmu {n} [botany] :: auxiliary bud
hankasipuli {n} [botany] :: lateral bulb
hankauma {n} :: chafe, gall (injury or wear)
hankauskohta {n} :: a point in which two objects are rubbing against each other
hankauskohta {n} [figuratively] :: point of friction (issue over which two or more parties have conflicting interests)
hankausäänne {n} [phonetics] :: fricative
hankauspiirros {n} [arts] :: frottage (image)
hankauspiirros {n} :: rubbing (impression)
hankautua {vi} :: to be or to get rubbed
hankautuma {n} :: chafe (injury or wear)
hanke {n} [business] :: project
hanki {n} :: snow blanket
hankiainen {n} :: alternative term for hankikanto
han-kiinalainen {adj} :: Han Chinese (referring to the largest ethnic group indigenous to China)
hankikanto {n} :: The time of spring when snow crust is so hard that it can support a walking person
hankinnainen {adj} [medicine] :: acquired (developed postfetally; not congenital)
hankinnaisominaisuus {n} [biology] :: acquired character, acquired characteristic
hankinnaissairaus {n} [medicine] :: acquired disease
hankinnaistauti {n} [medicine] :: alternative term for hankinnaissairaus (acquired disease)
hankinta {n} :: acquisition
hankinta-arvo {adj} :: accounting cost
hankintamääräys {n} :: purchase order
hankintatilaus {n} :: purchase order
hankintavoima {n} [business] :: purchasing power (ability of a large collective or company to negotiate more favourable prices and terms than a smaller group or company)
hankkia {vt} :: To acquire, get, obtain, find
hankkia {vt} :: To buy, purchase, procure
hankkia {vt} :: To provide, furnish, supply
hankkia {vt} [colloquial] :: To earn, make (money)
hankkia {vt} :: To prepare for, look for
hankkija {n} :: supplier
hankkiutua {vi} [colloquial] :: To cause oneself to do something; to get
hankkiutua {v} :: hankkiutua eroon: To get rid of
hankkiutua {v} :: hankkiutua raskaaksi: To get pregnant
hankkiutua {v} :: hankkiutua hoitoon: To seek (mental) care
hankkiutua {v} :: hankkiutua töihin: To seek, find a job
hanko {n} :: pitchfork
Hanko {prop} :: Hanko
hankoaura {n} [agriculture] :: ard (simple plough)
Hanna {prop} :: given name of biblical origin, also a short form of Johanna
Hanna {prop} :: Hannah (biblical character)
Hanna {prop} :: Anna (biblical prophetess)
Hanna-Leena {prop} :: given name
Hanna-Mari {prop} :: given name
hannari {n} [colloquial] :: chicken (coward)
hannata {v} [colloquial] :: to chicken
hannata {v} [colloquial] :: to dare (to do)
Hanne {prop} :: given name
Hannele {prop} :: given name
Hannes {prop} :: given name, short form of Johannes
Hannover {prop} :: Hanover (German city)
hannoverinvihikoira {n} :: Hanover hound (breed of dog)
Hannu {prop} :: given name
Hannu {prop} :: Hansel, the boy in the fairy tale Hansel and Gretel
Hannu ja Kerttu {prop} :: Hansel and Gretel
Hannula {prop} :: surname
Hannula {prop} :: Any of a number of small places in Finland
hannunvaakuna {n} :: looped square, Saint John's Arms, Saint Hannes cross, Gorgon loop (decorative symbol consisting of a square with outward pointing loops at its corners)
hannunvaakuna {n} [heraldry] :: Bowen knot
hansa {n} [historical] :: the Hanseatic League, the Hansa
Hansa {prop} [historical] :: alternative capitalization of hansa
hansakauppias {n} [historical] :: Hanseatic trader (trader who belonged to the Hanseatic League)
hansakaupunki {n} :: Hanseatic city
hansaliitto {n} [historical] :: Hanseatic League
Hansaliitto {prop} [historical] :: alternative capitalization of hansaliitto
Hansenin tauti {n} [pathology] :: synonym of lepra
hansikas {n} :: A glove
hansikaskauppa {n} :: glove shop (retailer that mainly sells gloves)
hansikaslokero {n} :: glove compartment
hanska {n} [colloquial] :: A glove
hanskakäsi {n} :: glove hand (the hand on which a player wears a glove in certain sports)
hanskakäsi {n} [baseball, pesäpallo] :: glove (ability to catch a hit ball)
hanskantekijä {n} :: glover (person who makes gloves)
Hanski {prop} :: surname
Hanski {prop} :: A nickname of a person named Hannu or Hannes
Hanski {prop} :: A placename
hanslankari {n} [colloquial] :: hand, manual laborer (unskilled manual worker, often one in subordinate position with respect to a skilled worker)
hanti {n} :: Khanty (language)
hanti {n} :: Khanty (person)
hantin kieli {n} :: Khanty (language)
hantinkielinen {adj} :: Khanty, Khanty language, Khanty speaking (written or expressed in Khanty)
hantlankari {n} :: alternative form of hanslankari
hanttapuli {n} [pejorative] :: An unreliable, untrustworthy and irresponsible male
hantteerata {v} [dialectal] :: alternative term for käsitellä
hantti {n} [card games] :: Short for hanttikortti
hantti {n} [of work, as modifier] :: odd, incidental, see: hanttihomma, hanttimies
hantti {n} [idiomatic] :: opposition, resistance, in the expression panna hanttiin (to oppose, resist, protest, counteract)
hanttihomma {n} :: odd job (task of an incidental, unspecialized nature)
hanttihomma {n} [pejorative, slang] :: shitwork, McJob
hanttikortti {n} [card games] :: A playing card with little value in the particular game being played
hanttimies {n} :: alternative term for apumies
hanttityö {n} :: odd job (task of an incidental, unspecialized nature)
Hanty-Mansijsk {prop} :: Khanty-Mansiysk (town in Russia)
hanukia {n} [Judaism] :: hanukkiah (nine-branched candelabrum used during Hanukkah)
hanumaani {n} :: gray langur, Hanuman langur, Semnopithecus entellus (Old World monkey endemic to the Indian subcontinent, the only species in its genus)
hanuri {n} :: accordion
hanuri {n} [colloquial] :: butt (buttocks)
hanurinsoittaja {n} :: accordionist
hanurinsoitto {n} :: accordion music
hanurinsoitto {n} :: accordion playing
hanuristi {n} :: accordionist
hapan {adj} :: sour, acid in taste
hapan {adj} :: sour, peevish, irritable, grumpy, fretful, ill-tempered
hapan {adj} [chemistry] :: acidic, acid
hapanhai {n} :: A foul-smelling Icelandic food made of Greenland shark or basking shark by fermenting and drying. As it is barely known outside Nordic countries, most languages do not have a word for it. In English it might be called fermented shark, or by the Icelandic term kæstur hákarl (fermented shark) or just hákarl (shark, Greenland shark)
hapanimelä {adj} :: sweet-and-sour
hapanimeläkastike {n} :: sweet-and-sour sauce
hapanjuuri {n} :: sourdough starter (starter dough for sourdough)
hapankaali {n} :: sauerkraut
hapankerma {n} :: sour cream
hapankirsikka {n} :: sour cherry, Prunus cerasus (tree)
hapankirsikka {n} :: sour cherry (fruit)
hapankorppu {n} :: A type of cracker or thin (abt. 2 mm thick) crisp bread popular in Finland, made of rye sourdough; translated into English as thin crisp by the producers
hapanlaskeuma {n} [ecology] :: acid deposition
hapanleipä {n} :: sourdough bread
hapanleipätaikina {n} :: alternative term for hapantaikina
hapanmultamaannos {n} [geology] :: umbrisol
hapannaama {n} :: crabapple (unpleasant person)
hapannuttaa {v} [rare] :: alternative form of hapattaa (to cause to turn sour)
hapansavimaannos {n} [geology] :: acrisol
hapansilakka {n} :: surströmming (traditional Swedish delicacy made from fermented Baltic herring)
hapantaikina {n} :: sourdough
hapantua {vi} :: To (turn/go) sour, acidify, lopper
haparoida {vi} :: To grope, fumble, feel about
haparointi {n} :: groping, fumbling
hapata {vi} :: to (turn/go) sour, acidify, lopper
hapate {n} :: A strain of bacteria used in production of fermented food products to sour the raw material
hapatettu {adj} :: fermented (produced through lactic acid fermentation)
hapatettu {adj} :: cultured (of milk products, produced through lactic acid fermentation)
hapatin {n} [dated] :: A variant of hapate
hapattaa {v} :: to (make) sour, acidify
hapattaa {v} :: to ferment (to turn sour through lactic acid fermentation)
hapattaa {v} :: to culture (of milk products, to turn sour through lactic acid fermentation)
hapattamaton {adj} :: alternative term for happamaton
hapekas {adj} :: oxygen-rich
hapera {adj} :: brittle
hapero {n} :: brittlegill, russula (mushroom of the genus Russula)
hapero {adj} :: brittle (apt to break or crumble when bending)
haperonvieras {n} :: powder cap, Asterophora lycoperdoides
hapertua {vi} :: to become brittle
hapete {n} :: oxidizer, oxidizing agent, oxidant
hapete {n} [cosmetics] :: peroxide (peroxide, especially hydrogen peroxide as used for bleaching hair)
hapetin {n} [chemistry] :: An oxidizing agent, oxidizer
hapeton {adj} :: oxygenless, lacking oxygen
hapettaa {vt} :: To oxidize
hapettua {vi} :: To oxidize, to become oxidized
hapettuminen {n} [chemistry] :: oxidation
hapettumisenestoaine {n} :: antioxidant (substance that prevents oxidation)
hapetus {n} :: oxidization
hapetusluku {n} [chemistry] :: oxidation number
haploidi {adj} :: haploid
haploidia {n} [genetics] :: haploidy
haploryhmä {n} [genetics] :: haplogroup
haplotyyppi {n} [genetics] :: haplotype
hapoinen {adj} [dialectal] :: hapan, happoinen
hapokas {adj} :: acidic (sour, sharp, or biting to the taste)
hapoke {n} :: A term used as headword in names of certain weak inorganic acids. In English similar weakness is often indicated by using the suffix -ous instead of -ic in the attributive part of the name:
hapokkuus {n} :: acidity (quality of containing acid)
hapottaa {v} :: to acidify (to add acid into a solution)
hapottaa {v} :: to acidify (to treat with acid)
hapottua {v} :: to acidify (to become more acid)
happamaton {adj} :: unfermented
happamaton {adj} [Bible, of bread] :: unleavened
happamin {adj} :: superlative of hapan
happamoittaa {vt} :: to acidify (to make or cause to beome acidic)
happamoittaminen {n} :: acidification (act of making something acidic)
happamoitua {vi} :: to acidify (to turn acidic)
happamoituminen {n} :: acidification
happamuudensäätöaine {n} [chemistry] :: acidity regulator
happamuus {n} :: acidness
happamuus {n} :: sourness
happamuusfunktio {n} [chemistry] :: acidity function
happening {n} :: happening (event)
happi {n} :: The gaseous element oxygen, symbol O
happikaasu {n} :: oxygen gas
happikato {n} [ecology] :: oxygen deficiency, environmental hypoxia
happinaamari {n} :: oxygen mask
happipeitsi {n} [metalworking] :: thermal lance
happipitoinen {adj} :: rich in oxygen
happiryhmä {n} [chemistry] :: chalcogens, oxygen family
happisaturaatio {n} :: oxygen saturation
happivelka {n} [biology] :: oxygen debt
happo {n} :: Any sour or acidic liquid: acid
happo {n} [chemistry] :: A substance that can give a proton to another substance (Brønsted acid)
happo {n} [chemistry] :: A substance that can act as an electron pair donor (Lewis acid)
happo {n} [colloquial] :: A drunkard, sot
happo-emäsreaktio {n} [chemistry] :: acid-base reaction
happoinen {adj} :: acid (containing acid)
happomarja {n} :: barberry (thorny shrub of genus Berberis)
happomyrkytys {n} [pathology] :: ketoacidosis
happopitoinen {adj} :: Acidic; containing acid
happosade {n} :: acid rain
happotesti {n} :: acid test
happovakio {n} [chemmistry] :: acid dissociation constant, acid constant
hapro {n} :: mountain sorrel (Oxyria digyna)
hapsenkakkiainen {n} [dialectal] :: longhorn beetle (any beetle from the Cerambycidae family)
hapsenkakkiainen {n} [humorous] :: beetle (any beetle of unknown species)
hapsi {n} [literary] :: A single hair, especially a grey hair of an ageing person
hapsikka {n} :: ditch grass, any plant of the genus Ruppia
hapsottaa {vi} :: to be spread apart, to be messy (of hair)
hapsu {n} :: fringe
hapsupiiska {n} :: flogger (lightweight whip)
hapsuttaa {vt} :: to fringe (to decorate with fringe)
hapuilla {v} :: To fumble, scrabble
hara {n} :: harrow
harakankello {n} :: spreading bellflower, Campanula patula
harakanmarja {n} :: synonym of variksenmarja
harakanvarvas {n} [figurative] :: Usually in plural (harakanvarpaat): chicken scratch, scrawl (cramped or illegible handwriting)
harakiri {n} :: hara-kiri, seppuku
harakka {n} :: magpie (bird of the genus Pica)
harakka {n} :: Eurasian magpie, common magpie, magpie, Pica pica
harallaan {adv} :: apart (in a state of being apart‚ used especially of legs, arms and fingers)
haralleen {adv} :: apart (to a state of being apart‚ used especially of legs, arms and fingers)
harata {v} :: to harrow
harata {v} :: harata vastaan: to struggle against
harava {n} :: rake (garden tool)
haravakone {n} :: hayrake
haravoida {vt} :: To rake
haravoida {vt} :: To comb (searching someone or something)
haravointi {n} :: raking
haravointi {n} :: combing, searching thoroughly
hard rock {n} :: hard rock
harha {n} :: Illusion, delusion, hallucination, chimera, mirage
harha {n} :: Misconception, false belief, false idea, fallacy
harha-aistimus {n} :: A hallucination
harhaan {adv} :: astray, amiss
harhaanjohdettu {adj} :: misled
harhaanjohtaa {v} [nonstandard] :: alternative form of johtaa harhaan
harhaanjohtava {adj} :: misleading
harhaanjohtava {adj} :: The noun misnomer can be used as equivalent to harhaanjohtava nimitys, sana, termi, käsite etc
harhaanjohtava {adj} :: deceptive
harhaanjohtava {adj} :: delusive
harhaanjohtavasti {adv} :: misleadingly
harhaanjohtavasti {adv} :: deceptively
harhaannuttaa {vt} [rare] :: alternative form of harhauttaa
harhaantua {vi} :: alternative form of harhautua
harhaanvievä {adj} :: misleading
harha-askel {n} :: misstep, false step (step that is wrong)
harha-askel {n} :: misstep (error or mistake)
harhaileva {adj} :: aberrant, vagrant, drifting
harhailija {n} :: wanderer, drifter
harhailla {vi} :: To wander, stray, roam, drift
harhainen {adj} :: delusional
harhainen {adj} [statistics] :: biased
harhakäsitys {n} :: misconception, false belief, false idea, false notion
harhakuva {n} :: illusion
harhakuvitelma {n} :: Fallacy, false belief, false idea, false notion
harhaluoti {n} :: stray bullet
harhaluulo {n} :: Misconception; fallacy; (psychologically) delusion
harhama {n} [biology] :: chimera (organism with genetically distinct cells from two or more zygotes)
harhanäky {n} :: hallucination, delusion
harhaoppi {n} :: A heresy
harhaoppinen {adj} :: heretic, heretical
harhaoppisesti {adv} :: heretically
harhasoitto {n} :: misdialing
harhaton {adj} [statistics] :: unbiased
harhauma {n} :: deviation (e.g. sexual deviation)
harhauttaa {v} :: To deceive
harhauttaa {v} :: To distract
harhauttaa {v} :: To equivocate
harhauttaminen {n} :: misleading, deception, fooling, diversion
harhautua {v} :: to stray
harhautua {v} :: to go astray
harhautua {v} :: to pervert (to become perverted; to take the wrong course)
harhautuma {n} :: alternative form of harhauma
harhautus {n} :: A diversion (tactic used to draw attention away from the real threat or action)
harhautus {n} :: A diversion (act of diverting)
harhautus {n} :: A red herring (a falsified or intentionally misleading clue)
harhautus {n} :: A bluff (an act of bluffing)
harhautus {n} :: A trick (an act designed to trick)
harhautus {n} :: A delusion (an act of deceiving the judgment of another person)
harittaa {v} :: To splay
harja {n} :: brush (implement consisting of multiple bristles or other filaments)
harja {n} :: brush (piece of conductive material, serving to maintain electrical contact between the stationary and rotating parts of a machine)
harja {n} :: mane (longer hair growth e.g. on back of neck of a horse or around head of a male lion)
harja {n} :: crest (tuft, or other excrescence or natural ornament, growing on an animal's head)
harja {n} :: crest (upper curve of a horse's neck)
harja {n} :: crest (ridge or top of a wave)
harja {n} :: crest, chine (summit of a hill or mountain ridge)
harja {n} :: arête (sharp edge of a mountain ridge)
harja {n} [curling] :: broom, sweeper (implement with which players sweep the ice to make a stone travel further)
harjaannuttaa {vt} :: To train
harjaantua {vi} :: To become competent in something
harjakatto {n} :: gable roof
harjake {n} :: A small ridge, crest
harjalaiskiainen {n} :: maned three-toed sloth, Bradypus torquatus
harjalintu {n} :: hoopoe (Upupa epops)
harjamainen {adj} :: brushlike
harjamainen {adj} :: rooflike
harjamainen {adj} [zoology] :: tectiform (shaped like a roof)
harjanne {n} :: A ridge
harjas {n} :: bristle
harjaspuupiikkisika {n} :: synonym of bahianpiikkirotta, Chaetomys subspinosus
harjasrousku {n} :: A milk-cap, Lactarius mairei
harjasusi {n} :: maned wolf, Chrysocyon brachyurus
harjasvyötiäinen {n} :: Andean hairy armadillo, Chaetophractus nationi
harjata {v} :: To brush
harjatiili {n} :: A ridge tile
harjaus {n} :: brush, brushing (act of brushing)
harjava {adj} :: crested
Harjavalta {prop} :: A town in Satakunta region in western Finland
harjoite {n} :: exercise
harjoitella {v} :: To practice, exercise, train, drill, rehearse
harjoitelma {n} :: sketch (quick freehand drawing, rough design or idea of an artistic work)
harjoittaa {v} :: to practice (to perform or execute a craft or skill)
harjoittaja {n} :: practitioner, -practicer (person who practices a profession or art)
harjoittaja {n} :: trainer (person who trains another, especially in the military)
harjoittelija {n} :: intern, trainee, apprentice, learner, student
harjoittelu {n} :: exercise
harjoitteluaika {n} :: Time devoted to or used for exercise or practice
harjoitteluaika {n} :: A practice run, a warm-up
harjoitus {n} :: exercise, practice
harjoitus {n} :: rehearsal
harjoitus {n} :: drill
harjoitusalue {n} :: range (area for military training or equipment testing)
harjoitusliike {n} :: exercise motion
harjoitusottelu {n} [sports] :: exhibition game, friendly, preseason game, exhibition match, scrimmage, demonstration, warmup match, preparation match, challenge match, friendly match (sporting event whose prize money and impact on the player's or the team's rankings is either zero or otherwise greatly reduced)
harjoitustehtävä {n} :: exercise, problem, task
harjoitusvihko {n} :: exercise book (booklet for students, containing problems, exercises and/or blank pages for writing answers)
harjoituttaa {vt} :: to make practice, to train
harjottaa {v} [dialectal] :: alternative form of harjoittaa
harju {n} [geology] :: esker; in colloquial language also a terminal moraine
Harju {prop} :: Any of a number of places in Finland and Estonia
Harju {prop} :: surname
Harjula {prop} :: surname
Harjula {prop} :: Any of a number of small places in Finland
harjus {n} :: grayling, Thymallus thymallus
Harkimo {prop} :: surname
harkinnanvarainen {adj} :: discretionary (depending on someone's judgment)
harkinta {n} :: consideration, deliberation
harkintakyky {n} :: discretion, the ability to make wise, informed decisions
harkintaverotus {n} :: presumptive income taxation (income taxation based on approximate indicators rather than actual records)
harkita {v} :: (transitive; + partitive) To deliberate, consider, reflect upon, ponder, think
harkitsematon {adj} :: imprudent
harkitsematon {adj} :: inconsiderate, unthinking
harkitsemattomasti {adv} :: imprudently
harkitseva {adj} :: deliberate, circumspect (weighting facts and arguments)
harkittu {adj} :: deliberate (intentional)
harkittu {adj} :: deliberate (well-advised)
harkka {n} [archaic] :: A controversy, strife
harkka {n} [colloquial] :: practice
harkko {n} :: bar, ingot, pig (block of cast metal)
harkko {n} :: concrete brick, concrete masonry unit (CMU), concrete block, cement block, besser block, breeze block, cinder block
harkko {n} :: expanded clay aggregate brick (kevytsoraharkko)
Harkova {prop} :: Kharkiv (city in eastern Ukraina)
harlekiini {n} :: harlequin
harlekiini {n} :: broadbill (bird of the family Eurylaimidae)
harlekiini {n} [in plural] :: Eurylaimidae (family of tropical passerine birds)
harlekiinisorsa {n} :: A term sometimes used by the ignorant of virta-alli (harlequin duck), Histrionicus histrionicus
harlekiinitulkku {n} :: grey-headed bullfinch, Pyrrhula erythaca
harmaa {adj} :: grey, gray (colour)
harmaa {adj} :: grey, gray, dreary, gloomy
harmaa {adj} :: grey, gray (having an indistinct or disputed quality)
harmaa {n} :: The colour grey/gray
harmaa aine {n} [anatomy] :: grey matter
harmaa eminenssi {n} :: éminence grise, power behind the throne
harmaahaikara {n} :: grey heron (Ardea cinerea)
harmaahapsi {n} :: A gray-haired person
harmaahapsi {n} [figuratively] :: An old person
harmaahylje {n} :: grey seal (Halichoerus grypus)
harmaakaihi {n} [medicine] :: cataract
harmaakarhu {n} :: grizzly bear
harmaakuskus {n} :: grey cuscus (Phalanger orientalis)
harmaakuvemyyrä {n} :: grey red-backed vole (Myodes rufocanus; former genus names Chletrionomys and Evotomys)
harmaalepakko {n} :: hoary bat, Lasiurus cinereus
harmaaleppä {n} :: A grey alder, Alnus incana
harmaalokki {n} :: herring gull (Larus argentatus)
harmaamurmeli {n} :: hoary marmot (Marmota caligata)
harmaamustesieni {n} :: inky cap, Coprinopsis atramentaria
harmaannuttaa {vt} :: To gray
harmaantua {vi} :: To grey (to become grey)
harmaantunut {adj} :: hoary (of hair, turned white or grey with age)
harmaaorava {n} :: eastern gray squirrel, Sciurus carolinensis
harmaapartaseitikki {n} [mushroom] :: A webcap, Cortinarius canabarba
harmaapensselisika {n} :: bush pig, bushpig (wild pig of the species Potamochoerus larvatus)
harmaarotta {n} :: brown rat (Rattus norvegicus)
harmaarousku {n} :: grey milk-cap (Lactarius vietus)
harmaasara {n} [plant] :: silvery sedge, Carex canescens
harmaasorsa {n} :: gadwall (Anas strepera)
harmaasävykuva {n} :: monochrome (black and white photograph)
harmaat {n} [colloquial] :: Time spent in the military service; from the color of the uniform, often in the form armeijan harmaat (Literally, "the greys of the Army)
harmaatulkku {n} :: brown bullfinch, Pyrrhula nipalensis
harmaavalas {n} :: gray whale (Eschrichtius robustus)
harmaavesi {n} :: greywater, gray water
harmaavilla-apina {n} :: yellow-tailed woolly monkey (Oreonax flavicauda)
Harmageddon {prop} [Christianity] :: Armageddon (site of the final battle)
harmahtaa {vi} :: of a color: to have a grey shade
harmahtava {adj} :: grayish
harmain {adj} :: superlative of harmaa
harmaus {n} :: grayness, greyness
harme {n} [geology] :: The non-valuable material of ore
harmentaa {vt} :: to grey
harmentua {vi} [rare] :: To grey
harmeta {vi} :: To gray
harmi {n} :: harm
harmi {interj} :: pity!
harmi {interj} :: what a pity
harmillinen {adj} :: annoying, troublesome
harmillisesti {adv} :: annoyingly
harmio {n} :: hoary alyssum, Berteroa incana
harmistua {vi} :: To be annoyed
harmitella {v} :: to bemoan, complain, regret, dismay about something
harmiton {adj} :: harmless
harmittaa {v} :: to irritate, annoy, vex, irk
harmittaa {v} :: to be irritated, annoyed, vexed
harmittomasti {adv} :: harmlessly
harmittomuus {n} :: harmlessness
harmitus {n} :: irritation, annoyance, vexation, irking, frustration (state of being mentally irritated or annoyed)
harmitus {n} :: drag (as an exclamation, something disappointing)
harmivain {interj} :: pity!
harmivain {interj} :: what a pity
harmohapero {n} :: A brittlegill, Russula densifolia
harmoni {n} :: harmonium
harmonia {n} :: harmony
harmonikka {n} :: accordion
harmoninen {adj} :: harmonic
harmoninen keskiarvo {n} :: harmonic mean
harmonioida {v} :: To harmonize
harmonisesti {adv} :: harmonically
harmonisoida {vt} :: To harmonize
harmonisointi {n} :: harmonization
harmonisoitua {vi} :: To be harmonized
harmonistaa {vt} :: To harmonize
harmonistua {vi} [rare] :: To harmonize
haroa {v} :: to grope, scrabble
harottaa {vi} :: To protrude
harpata {v} :: To stride, to leap (to take one long step)
harpata {v} :: To warp in video gaming
harpikko {n} :: harpist
harpisti {n} :: harpist
harppailla {v} :: frequentative form of harpata (to leap, stride) (to take repeated long steps)
harppaus {n} :: leap (long step)
harppi {n} :: A pair of compasses; also compass
Harppi {prop} :: the constellation Circinus, the Compass
harppia {vi} :: alternative form of harppoa
Harppi-Saksa {prop} [colloquial] :: East Germany
harppisaksalainen {n} [mildly pejorative] :: East German
harppoa {vi} :: to stride (to walk with long steps)
harppu {n} :: A harp
harppu {n} [derogatory] :: An old or ugly woman, harpy
harppunoida {vt} :: To harpoon
harppuuna {n} :: harpoon
harppuuna {n} :: short for harppuunapyssy or harppuunatykki; speargun, harpoon gun
harppuunapyssy {n} :: speargun (handheld)
harppuunapyssy {n} :: harpoon gun (deck-mounted)
harppuunatykki {n} :: harpoon cannon, harpoon gun (deck-mounted cannon for shooting harpoons)
harpunsoittaja {n} :: harpist
harpyija {n} [Greek mythology] :: harpy (fabulous winged monster with the face of a woman)
harpyija {n} :: harpy eagle (Harpia harpyja)
harras {adj} :: pious, devout, heartfelt, earnest
harrastaa {v} :: To be interested in, to be engaged in a hobby
harrastaja {n} :: hobbyist, amateur (person attached to a pursuit without pursuing it professionally)
harraste {n} :: hobby
harrastelija {n} :: dilettant, amateur, dabbler (someone unqualified in their field)
harrastelijamaisesti {adv} :: amateurly
harrastua {vi} :: To become interested
harrastus {n} :: hobby
harri {n} [colloquial] :: grayling, Thymallus thymallus
Harri {prop} :: given name
Harri {prop} [uncommon] :: surname
harrikka {n} :: A nickname of a Harley-Davidson motorcycle
harsia {v} :: to baste, tack (to sew with long or loose stitches)
harsinta {n} :: tack (loose seam)
harso {n} :: gauze (thin fabric)
harsokangas {n} :: gauze, mull, scrim, tissue
harsu {adj} [botany] :: sparse
harsuuntua {vi} :: To unravel
hartaasti {adv} :: earnestly, entreatingly, heartfeltly
harteet {n} :: shoulders
harteikas {adj} :: broad-shouldered
harteva {adj} :: broad-shouldered
hartia {n} [anatomy] :: shoulder
hartiahuivi {n} :: shawl
hartiakas {adj} :: Broad-shouldered
hartialihas {n} [anatomy] :: deltoid muscle, deltoid, common shoulder muscle (triangular muscle in the shoulder)
hartiapunos {n} [anatomy] :: brachial plexus (network of nerves leading from neck to arm)
hartiapunosvaurio {n} [pathology] :: synonym of Erbin pareesi
hartiaviitta {n} :: cape (cloth)
hartiavoima {n} [figuratively] :: one's physical strength
hartiavoima {n} [idiomatic] :: one's full effort; a corresponding English idiom is "shoulder to the wheel"
hartiavoimin {adv} :: with brute force, by doing the hard work, by putting one's nose to the grind stone
hartiavyö {n} [skeleton] :: pectoral girdle
Hartikainen {prop} :: surname
Hartola {prop} :: Hartola (municipality)
hartsaantua {v} :: to turn into resin
hartsata {v} :: to resinate (to treat with resin)
hartsata {v} :: to seal with resin
hartsata {v} :: to turn into resin
hartsi {n} :: resin (group of natural and synthetic chemicals)
hartsiintua {vi} :: alternative form of hartsaantua
hartsilakka {n} :: resin varnish
hartsittaa {v} [rare] :: alternative form of hartsata
harus {n} :: A guy, guyline (support cable)
haruspeksi {n} :: haruspex
haruspurje {n} [nautical] :: A staysail
harustaa {v} :: To guy (to equip with guys or guylines)
harustettu {adj} :: guyed
harva {adj} :: infrequent, sparse (far apart in space or time)
harva {adj} :: thin (of hair)
harva {adj} :: loose (of garment or any grid-like structure)
harva {adj} :: few; often in plural (harvat)
harvaetuhampaiset {n} :: The marsupial order Diprotodontia
harvainvalta {n} :: oligarchy
harvajalkainen {n} [biology] :: pauropod
harvakseen {adv} :: seldom, rarely, infrequently (with long intervals)
harvakseen {adv} :: sparsely
harvakseltaan {adv} :: infrequently (with long intervals), seldom, rarely
harvakseltaan {adv} :: sparsely
harva se päivä {phrase} [idiomatic] :: almost daily, quite often
harvassa {adv} :: rare, scarce, few and far between
harvasti {adv} :: sparsely
harvasukasmato {n} :: oligochaete (any of various hermaphroditic aquatic and terrestrial annelid worms, of the class Oligochaeta, that have single bristles along the body)
harvemmin {adv} :: comparative of harvoin
harvennin {n} [gardening] :: thinner (thinning tool or device)
harvennus {n} :: thinning (act of removing some plants in order to improve the growth of those remaining)
harvennushakkuu {n} [forestry] :: thinning
harventaa {v} :: to thin out (to make more sparse)
harventaa {v} :: to thin (to remove some plants or parts thereof in order to improve the growth of those remaining)
harventaa {v} :: to rarefy (to make rare, thin, porous, less dense)
harventaa {v} [music] :: to augment (to slow the tempo or meter, e.g. for a dramatic or stately passage)
harventaja {n} :: thinner (person who or something that thins, such as plants in a garden)
harventua {vi} :: To thin out
harventua {v} :: To become rarer (less common)
harventuma {n} :: thinned out spot
harvesteri {n} :: harvester
harveta {vi} :: To become more rare in number
harveta {vi} :: To become less dense, less crowded
harvimmin {adv} :: superlative of harvoin
harvinainen {adj} :: rare (e.g. of species)
harvinainen maametalli {n} :: rare earth metal, rare earth element
harvinaisesti {adv} :: rarely
harvinaistua {vi} :: To become rare or rarer
harvinaisuus {n} :: rarity
harvinaisuus {n} :: rareness
harvoin {adv} :: seldom, rarely, infrequently (taking place at long intervals)
hasa {n} [slang] :: hash (hashish)
hasardi {n} :: hazard (change), gambling
hasis {n} :: hashish
haskala {n} [historical] :: Haskalah (intellectual movement among European Jews in 1770 - 1880)
hassahtanut {adj} [slang] :: silly, crazy, cracked, crackpot, nuts (mildly and harmlessly out of one's mind, as due to old age)
hassahtava {adj} :: slightly crazy or batty, often due to early stages of senility
hassaniyya {n} :: Hassānīya, Hassaniya, Hassaniya Arabic (variety of Arabic spoken in Mauritania, northern Mali and Western Sahara)
hassata {v} [colloquial] :: to waste (squander money or resources uselessly)
hasselpähkinä {n} :: hazelnut
hassi {n} [colloquial] :: blunder
Hassi {prop} :: surname
Hassi {prop} :: A placename
Hassinen {prop} :: surname
hassium {n} :: hassium
hassu {adj} :: funny
hassu {adj} :: silly (playful)
hassu {adj} :: weird (strange)
hassunkurinen {adj} :: comical
hassunkurisesti {adv} :: comically
hassusti {adv} :: funnily (in a fun manner)
hassusti {adv} :: funnily, strangely
hassutella {vi} :: to goof off, to monkey around, to play the fool, to act silly
hassuttaa {vt} [colloquial] :: to fool, to trick
hääasu {n} :: wedding dress
hääasu {n} :: wedding suit
hatara {adj} :: shaky
hatara {adj} :: feeble
hatarasti {adv} :: shakily
hatarasti {adv} :: feebly
hatikka {n} :: spurry
hatkat {adv} [colloquial] :: escape, runner (quick escape away from a scene); used with the verb ottaa (to take) in the idiomatic expression "ottaa hatkat", which may often be translated with to leave, quit, flee, run away or with an idiom like to take to one's heels or take to the hills
hattara {n} :: cotton candy
hatti {n} [historical] :: Hattian (person)
hatti {n} [historical] :: Hattic (language)
hattu {n} :: hat
hattu {n} :: tampion (plug on top of an organ pipe)
hattu {n} :: háček
hattu {n} :: in some idiomatic expressions, refers to the head, brain, or senses
Hattuša {prop} [historical] :: Hattusa (capital of the Hittites)
hattuilla {v} :: To tease
hattunauha {n} :: A hatband
hattu-s {n} :: the letter Š, š (marking the voiceless postalveolar sibilant in Finnish orthography)
hattuteline {n} :: hat rack
hattutemppu {n} [sports] :: hat trick (three goals by one player in one game)
hattuuntua {vi} :: To be annoyed
hattuuntunut {adj} :: pissed off
hattu-z {n} :: the letter Ž, ž (marking the voiced postalveolar sibilant in Finnish orthography)
hatullinen {n} :: A hatful (amount a hat can hold)
hatullinen {adj} :: Wearing/having a hat
hatuntekijä {n} :: hatter
hatuttaa {vi} [colloquial] :: To be annoyed, vexed
hau {interj} :: woof, the sound a barking dog makes
haudanhiljainen {adj} :: silent as the grave
haudanhäpäisy {n} :: desecration of grave
haudankaivaja {n} :: gravedigger
haudanryöstö {n} :: graverobbing
haudanryöstäjä {n} :: graverobber
haudanvakava {adj} :: Grave, very serious
haudata {vt} :: To bury, inter, entomb
haude {n} :: poultice
haude {n} :: tea (any drink made by infusing parts of various other plants)
haudikas {n} :: A stewed root vegetable, potato etc
haudonta {n} :: brooding, incubation of eggs
haudontaerä {n} [poultry farming] :: A hatch (birds that emerged from eggs at a specified time)
hauduttaa {v} [cooking] :: To poach (to cook in simmering water)
hauduttaa {v} :: To stew, simmer (to cook by slowly boiling or simmering)
haudutuspata {n} :: slow cooker (kitchen appliance)
hauenleuka {n} :: crocodile clip or alligator clip
hau hau {interj} :: bow wow
hauis {n} [anatomy] :: biceps brachii
haukahdella {vi} [of a dog] :: To bark/yip/yap/yelp/bay in a repeated and irregular manner
haukahtaa {vi} :: To bark/yip/yap/yelp/bay once, utter a bark/yip/yap/yelp/bay
haukansilmä {n} [mineral] :: hawk-eye
haukansilmäinen {adj} :: hawk-eyed
haukata {v} :: To bite
haukata {v} :: To take a bite
haukattava {adj} :: bitable, biteable
haukattava {n} :: snack
hauki {n} :: pike [British], northern pike, Esox lucius
hauki {n} :: pike (any fish in the genus Esox)
hauki {n} :: ged (representation of a pike in heraldry)
haukka {n} :: hawk
haukka {n} :: bite
haukkoa {v} :: To take large mouthfuls; almost exclusively used in the expression haukkoa henkeään (to gasp for breath)
haukkoa henkeään {v} :: to gasp (for breath)
haukkoja {n} :: Agent noun of the verb haukkoa
haukku {n} :: bark (sound made by dogs, seals and some other animals)
haukku {n} :: [endearingly] dog
haukku {n} [by extension] :: scolding
haukku {n} :: a bite (e.g. of apple)
haukkua {vi} [of a dog] :: to bark, yip, yelp, bay
haukkua {vt} :: to badmouth (someone), criticise/criticize, attack, abuse
haukkua {vt} :: to call (someone) names
haukkua maanrakoon {vt} [idiomatic + genitive-accusative] :: To tell off, haul over the coals, give hell to, give a piece of one's mind to (literally: "to tell (someone) off to the hole/crack in the ground")
haukkua pataluhaksi {vt} [idiomatic, + genitive-accusative] :: To tell off, haul over the coals, give hell to, give a piece of one's mind to (literally: to call (someone) a pot spoon)
haukkua pystyyn {vt} [idiomatic + genititive-accusative] :: To tell off, haul over the coals, give hell to, give a piece of one's mind to
haukkuja {n} :: A barker, one who barks
haukkumasana {n} [linguistics] :: A pejorative
haukkuva koira ei pure {proverb} :: barking dogs seldom bite
haukotella {vi} :: To yawn
haukottaa {v} :: Same as haukotuttaa, but less used
haukottelu {n} :: yawning, yawn (action of yawning)
haukotus {n} :: yawn
haukotuttaa {v} :: To feel like yawning
haukotuttaa {v} :: To make yawn
haukunta {n} :: barking
hauli {n} :: small shot
haulikko {n} :: shotgun
haulikkoammunta {n} [sports] :: shotgun shooting
haulikkohäät {n} [humorous] :: shotgun wedding (wedding in which the bride is pregnant)
haupitsi {n} :: howitzer
haura {n} :: pondweed
hauras {adj} :: brittle, fragile, friable, crumbly, rickety (breaking easily in smaller parts)
haurashapero {n} :: A brittlegill, Russula fragilis
haurastua {vi} :: To become brittle
haurastuttaa {vt} :: To make brittle
hauraus {n} :: fragility, brittleness
haureus {n} [legal, dated] :: unchastity, bawdry, fornication (sexual act considered immoral or unnatural)
hausa {n} [in the plural] :: Hausa (people)
hausa {n} :: Hausa (person)
hausa {n} :: Hausa (language)
hauska {adj} :: pleasant
hauska {adj} :: merry
hauska {adj} :: fun, in the idiomatic expression pitää hauskaa
hauskaa joulua {phrase} :: Merry Christmas
hauskaa päivää {interj} [colloquial] :: have a nice day!
hauskaa pääsiäistä {phrase} :: happy Easter
hauskannäköinen {adj} :: good-looking, attractive
hauskannäköinen {adj} :: funny-looking
hauskasti {adv} :: funnily
hauska tutustua {phrase} :: pleased to meet you
hauskempi {adj} :: comparative of hauska
hauskuttaa {vt} :: alternative form of hauskuuttaa
hauskuuttaa {vt} :: to amuse (to cause laughter, to be funny)
hausta {n} :: castor sac
hauta {n} :: grave, tomb
hauta {n} :: trench (long, steep-sided, narrow depression in the ocean floor)
hauta {n} :: kiln, in the compound term tervahauta (tar kiln)
hautaantua {vi} :: To be(come)/get buried
hautajaiset {n} :: funeral, memorial service
hautajaissaatto {n} :: funeral procession
hautajaissaattue {n} :: funeral procession
hautajaisvirsi {n} :: elegy, funeral hymn (hymn sung in a funeral)
hautakammio {n} :: tomb, sepulchre
hautakirjoitus {n} :: epitaph
hautakivi {n} :: gravestone, tombstone, headstone
hautakumpu {n} :: burial mound, barrow, cairn
Hautala {prop} :: surname
Hautala {prop} :: Any of a number of small places in Finland
hautamainen {adj} :: gravelike, tomblike (resembling a grave)
hautamainen {adj} :: sepulchral (suggestive of grave)
hautarauha {n} :: right of sepulchre
hautarovio {n} :: pyre, funeral pile (combustible heap on which corpses are burned)
hautaus {n} :: burial, entombment
hautausmaa {n} :: A graveyard, cemetery
hautausurakoitsija {n} :: undertaker
hautautua {vi} :: To get buried
hautauurna {n} :: urn (for ashes)
hautavajoama {n} [geology] :: A rift valley
hautoa {vt} :: to brood, incubate (eggs)
hautoma-aika {n} :: brooding time (time needed for eggs to hatch)
hautomakone {n} :: An incubator (apparatus for eggs)
hautomalaikku {n} :: brood patch
hautominen {n} :: brooding (sitting on eggs to keep them warm for hatching)
hautomo {n} :: incubator (for eggs)
hautomo {n} :: hothouse (for ideas, startups etc.)
hautoutua {vi} :: to be incubated
hautua {vi} :: To stew, simmer
hautua {vi} [of coffee or tea] :: To draw
hautuma {n} [pathology] :: intertrigo (chafing or dermatitis occurring between two folds of skin)
hauturi {n} :: alternative term for haudankaivaja
hautuumaa {n} :: cemetery, graveyard
hauva {n} [children, colloquial] :: doggy
hauva {n} [humorous] :: A dog or hound on the larger side
hauyniitti {n} [mineral] :: hauyne
havahduttaa {vt} :: To awaken
havahtua {vi} :: to start, be startled (to awaken suddenly)
havahtua {vi} :: to sit up (to show sudden interest or surprise)
havaiji {n} :: Hawaiian (language)
Havaiji {prop} :: Hawaii
havaijilainen {n} :: a Hawaiian
havaijilainen {adj} :: Hawaiian
havaijilaisuus {n} :: Hawaiianness
havaijinhanhi {n} :: nene, Hawaiian goose, Branta sandvicensis
havaijinharmaalepakko {n} :: Hawaiian hoary bat, Lasiurus semotus
havaijinhylje {n} :: Hawaiian monk seal Neomonachus schauinslandi (endangered species of earless seal endemic to Hawaii)
havaijin kieli {n} :: Hawaiian (language)
havaijinkielinen {adj} :: Hawaiian, Hawaiian language, Hawaiian speaking (written or expressed in Hawaiian)
havaijinkitara {n} :: Hawaiian guitar, steel guitar (method of playing and instrument)
havaijinleike {n} :: Hawaiian schnitzel (schnitzel topped with a slice of pineapple and cheese, sometimes also ham)
Havaijisaaret {prop} :: Hawaii
havainnekuva {n} :: illustrative drawing
havainnoida {v} :: To observe
havainnoija {n} :: observer
havainnointi {n} :: observation, perception
havainnoitsija {n} :: observer
havainnollinen {adj} :: illustrative
havainnollisesti {adv} :: illustratively
havainnollistaa {v} :: to demonstrate, illustrate (to clarify something by giving, or serving as, an example or a comparison.)
havainnollistaminen {n} :: demonstration, illustration (act of showing or explaining something)
havainnollistua {vi} :: To become illustrated
havainnollisuus {n} :: illustrativeness (quality of being illustrative)
havainto {n} :: perception
havainto {n} :: observation
havaintoasema {n} :: observatory (station or building equipped for observing celestial, meteorological or other natural phenomena)
havaintoesimerkki {n} :: illustrative example
havaintoesitys {n} :: demonstration, illustrative presentation (presentation for showing or explaining something)
havaintoharha {n} :: illusion (anything that seems to be something that it is not)
havaintoharha {n} :: alternative term for aistiharha (hallucination)
havaintokyky {n} :: perception
havaintokynnys {n} :: sensory threshold
havaintomenetelmä {n} :: method of observation, observation method
havainto-opetus {n} :: object lesson
havaintopsykologia {n} :: perceptual psychology
havaintovirhe {n} [science] :: observation error, observational error, measurement error) (difference between a measured value of quantity and its true value)
havaintoväline {n} :: teaching aid, visual aid (object used to improve learning in a classroom)
havaita {vt} :: To observe, detect, perceive
havaitseminen {n} :: observation (act of making an observation)
havaitsija {n} :: observer
havaittava {adj} :: observable, perceivable, discernible (capable of being observed)
havaittavasti {adv} :: observably, perceivably, discernibly
havaittavissa {adv} :: observable
havaittavuus {n} :: observability, perceivability, discernibility (state of being capable of being observed)
Havanna {prop} :: Havana (capital)
havannalainen {adj} :: Havanan (of or pertaining to the city of Havana, the capital of Cuba)
havannalainen {n} :: Havana (cigar)
havannalainen {n} :: Havanan (person)
havannasikari {n} :: Havana (cigar)
havas {n} :: The mesh fabric of a fishnet or fish-trap
havina {n} :: swish
havista {vi} :: to sough, swish, sigh
havisuttaa {vt} :: to make sough, swish, sigh
havitella {v} :: to be after, aspire, hanker (to be in pursuit of, seeking; especiallly something good for oneself)
havittelija {n} :: aspirant, hankerer
havittelu {n} :: craving, hankering, yearning
havu {n} :: fresh sprig or small branch of a coniferous tree
havu {n} [rare] :: needle of a coniferous tree
havukka {n} [dialectal] :: alternative term for haukka
havuköynnös {n} :: A festoon or garland made of spruce cuttings
havulaavu {n} :: A type of lean-to, a temporary shelter with a frame made of slender trees and a roof stacked of spruce twigs
havumaja {n} :: A small, usually temporary building or shelter similar to a straw hut, but made with spruce twigs
havumetsä {n} :: coniferous forest
havumetsävyöhyke {n} :: boreal forest zone (geographical range of the boreal forest)
havunneula {n} :: alternative term for havunneulanen
havunneulanen {n} :: needle (long, pointed leaf of a conifer)
havunoksa {n} :: alternative term for havu (fresh sprig or small branch of a coniferous tree)
havununna {n} :: black arches, nun moth (Lymantria monacha)
havupensas {n} :: coniferous bush, especially one used as decorative plant, such as thuja
havupistiäinen {n} :: conifer sawfly (insect of the family Diprionidae whose larvae feed on conifers)
havupuinen {adj} :: softwood
havupuistohapero {n} :: A brittlegill, Russula cessans
havupuu {n} :: coniferous tree, conifer, softwood, softwood tree (tree)
havupuu {n} :: softwood (wood from a conifer)
havupuumetsä {n} :: coniferous forest
havupuuvaltainen {adj} :: conifer-dominated
havusammal {n} :: moss of the family Thuidiaceae (delicate tamarisk moss)
havuseppele {n} :: A wreath made of spruce cuttings
havuttaa {vt} :: to line, decorate or cover with sprigs of coniferous trees
hazara {n} :: Hazara (member of an Afghanistani ethnic group)
hazara {n} :: In plural (hazarat), the Hazara (an ethnic group of central Afghanistan)
hädin tuskin {adv} :: hardly, barely
hädissään {adv} :: alarmedly (in an alarmed manner)
HDL-kolesteroli {n} [biochemistry] :: high-density lipoprotein
hädässä ystävä tunnetaan {proverb} :: a friend in need is a friend indeed (literally: in need a friend is known)
H-duuri {n} [music] :: B major
he {pron} [personal] :: they [only of people]
headeri {n} [colloquial, Internet] :: header
Heard ja McDonaldinsaaret {prop} :: Heard Island and McDonald Islands
heavyrock {n} [music] :: hard rock
heavyrock {n} [music] :: heavy metal
heazlewoodiitti {n} [mineral] :: heazlewoodite
hebefreenikko {n} :: A hebephrenic schizophrenic
hebefreeninen {adj} :: hebephrenic
hebefreenisyys {n} :: The quality of being hebephrenic; hebephrenia
hebefrenia {n} [clinical psychology] :: hebephrenia
hebrea {n} [deprecated] :: alternative spelling of heprea
hebrealainen {adj} :: alternative form of heprealainen
hebrealainen {n} :: alternative form of heprealainen
Hebridit {prop} :: Hebrides (islands west of Scotland)
hede {n} [botany] :: A stamen
hedekukinto {n} [botany] :: male inflorescence (inflorescence containing only male reproductive organs of a plant)
hedelmä {n} :: fruit
hedelmähappo {n} :: alpha-hydroxy acid
hedelmähyytelö {n} :: fruit jelly
hedelmöidä {vi} :: To fruit
hedelmäinen {adj} :: fruity
hedelmöinti {n} :: fruiting
hedelmistö {n} [biology] :: infructescence
hedelmöittää {vt} :: to impregnate, fertilize
hedelmöittäminen {n} :: impregnation (act of making pregnant)
hedelmöittyä {vi} :: to become fertilized
hedelmöittyminen {n} :: fertilisation/fertilization
hedelmöityä {vi} :: to become fertilized
hedelmöitys {n} :: fertilization, conception
hedelmöityshoito {n} :: infertility treatment
hedelmäkakku {n} :: fruitcake (cake)
hedelmäkauppias {n} :: fruit seller, fruiterer
hedelmäkeitto {n} :: fruit soup
hedelmäkärpänen {n} :: fruit fly
hedelmälepakko {n} :: fruit bat (bat of the family Pteropodidae, the family of Old World fruit bats)
hedelmäliha {n} :: pulp (soft center of a fruit)
hedelmäliha {n} :: flesh (soft, often edible, parts of fruits or vegetables)
hedelmällinen {adj} :: fertile
hedelmällinen {adj} :: fruitful
hedelmällinen puolikuu {n} :: Fertile Crescent
hedelmällisesti {adv} :: fruitfully
hedelmällisesti {adv} :: fertilely
hedelmällisyys {n} :: fertility
hedelmällisyyskultti {n} :: fertility cult
hedelmällisyysluku {n} :: fertility rate
hedelmämarmeladi {n} :: fruit marmalade
hedelmämehu {n} :: fruit juice
hedelmäpuu {n} :: fruit tree
hedelmäsalaatti {n} :: A fruit salad or macedoine
hedelmäsokeri {n} :: fructose
hedelmätarha {n} :: orchard
hedelmätarha {n} :: grove (small orchard, especially of citrus trees)
hedelmätee {n} :: fruit tea
hedelmätön {adj} :: barren, infertile
hedelmätön {adj} :: fruitless
hedelmättömästi {adv} :: fruitlessly
hedelmättömyys {n} :: infertility
hedelmäveitsi {n} :: fruit knife
hedelmäviina {n} :: fruit brandy (liquor distilled from fermented fruit juice)
hedelmäviini {n} :: fruit wine
hedelmys {n} [biology] :: mericarp
hedge-rahasto {n} [finance] :: hedge fund
hedgerahasto {n} :: alternative form of hedge-rahasto
hedoninen {adj} :: hedonic
hedonismi {n} :: hedonism
hedonisti {n} :: hedonist
hedonistinen {adj} :: hedonistic
heeros {n} :: hero
heetti {n} :: The Hittite language
heetti {n} :: A Hittite person
heettiläinen {adj} :: Hittite
heettiläinen {n} :: a Hittite person
hefta {n} [colloquial] :: plaster, band-aid
hefthaliitti {n} [historical] :: Hephthalite
hegeliläinen {adj} :: Hegelian
hegeliläisyys {n} [philosophy] :: Hegelianism
hegemoni {n} :: hegemon
hegemonia {n} :: hegemony
hegemoninen {adj} :: hegemonic
hehkeä {adj} :: blooming, flourishing
hehku {n} :: glow
hehkua {v} :: to glow
hehkua {v} :: to radiate light and warmth
hehkulamppu {n} :: incandescent lamp, light bulb
hehkulanka {n} :: filament (in a light bulb)
hehkuparisto {n} [in electronics] :: A battery
hehkuttaa {vt} :: To blaze
hehkuttaa {vt} :: To anneal
hehkuttaa {vt} [colloquial, figurative] :: To praise, to sing the praises of. (+partitive)
hehkuttaja {n} :: one who praises
hehkutulppa {n} :: A glow plug
hehkutus {n} :: annealing
hehkutus {n} [colloquial, figurative] :: giving praise
hehkuviini {n} :: mulled wine
hehtaari {n} :: hectare (10,000 m²)
hehtaarihalli {n} [colloquial] :: superstore
hehto {n} :: hectolitre
hehto- {prefix} :: hecto-
hehtolitra {n} :: hectolitre/hectoliter
hehtometri {n} :: hectometre/hectometer
hei {interj} :: hi
hei {interj} :: bye (often repeated twice for goodbye: "hei hei")
hei {interj} :: hey
heidelberginihminen {n} :: Heidelberg man, Homo heidelbergensis (extinct hominid)
Heidi {prop} :: given name
heidän {pron} :: their - only of human beings; used with the possessive suffix -nsa/-nsä appended to the main word owned
heidän {pron} :: theirs (that which belongs to them, used without a following noun)
heidän {pron} :: they - only of human beings; used with monopersonal verbs which require genitive such as pitää, täytyä, tulla, olla + passive present participle etc
heidät {pron} :: The accusative plural of the personal pronoun he, in most cases translated into English them (direct object, only of human beings):
hei hei {interj} [colloquial] :: bye-bye
heijastaa {vt} :: To reflect (light)
heijastaa {vt} [figuratively] :: To reflect, mirror, show, express
heijastaa {vt} :: To project (on a screen)
heijaste {n} [biology] :: reflex
heijastin {n} :: reflector (something that reflects)
heijastin {n} :: reflector (reflecting disk on the rear of a vehicle or bicycle that reflects the headlights of other vehicles)
heijastin {n} :: safety reflector
heijastua {vi} [e.g. of light] :: To (be) reflect(ed)
heijastuma {n} :: reflection
heijastuminen {n} :: reflection
heijastus {n} :: reflection
heijastuskulma {n} [optics] :: angle of reflection
heijastussuhde {n} [physics, meteorology, astronomy] :: albedo (fraction of incident light or radiation reflected by a surface or body)
heijastussumu {n} [astronomy] :: reflection nebula
heijata {vt} [dialectal] :: keinuttaa
heijata {vi} [dialectal] :: keinua
heikenne {n} [photography] :: reducer
heikennin {n} [electronics] :: attenuator (device that reduces the amplitude of a signal)
heikentää {v} :: to weaken, debilitate, enfeeble, enervate (to make weaker)
heikentää {v} :: to deteriorate (to make inferior in quality or value)
heikentää {v} :: to dilute (to weaken, especially by adding a foreign substance)
heikentää {v} :: to undermine, hinder (to weaken or work against)
heikentyä {vi} :: To weaken, grow/become weaker
heikentyä {vi} :: To deteriorate, get worse
heikentyä {vi} :: To decrease, diminish, drop off
heikentymä {n} :: a weakened part or spot
heikentymä {n} :: a result of weakening
heikentymä {n} :: an amount of weakening
heikentymätön {adj} :: unabated
heiketä {vi} :: To weaken, become weaker
heiketä {vi} :: To abate
heiketä {vi} :: To deteriorate
Heikinheimo {prop} :: surname
heikkeneminen {n} :: decline
Heikki {prop} :: given name
Heikki {prop} :: The letter "H" in the Finnish tavausaakkoset, a spelling system similar to ICAO spelling alphabet
Heikkilä {prop} :: surname
Heikkilä {prop} :: Any of a number of small places in Finland
Heikkinen {prop} :: surname
heikko {adj} :: weak
heikko {adj} :: faint
heikko {adj} :: feeble
heikko {adj} :: infirm
heikko {adj} :: frail
heikko {adj} :: delicate
heikko {adj} :: slight
heikko {adj} :: poor
heikko {adj} :: light
heikko {adj} :: slender
heikko {adj} :: meager
heikkohermoisuus {n} [psychiatry] :: neurasthenia
heikkojännite {n} :: A term defined in electrical safety regulations as a voltage low enough not to cause danger to people
heikkojännite {n} :: Generally a low voltage
heikkolaatuinen {adj} :: Of low quality, low-quality, poor
heikkomielinen {adj} :: feeble-minded
heikkonäköinen {adj} :: Having poor eyesight
heikkonäköisyys {n} [pathology] :: amblyopia
heikkopäinen {adj} :: feeble-minded
heikkopäinen {adj} :: manic, mad
heikkotahtoinen {adj} :: weak-willed, weak-minded
heikkous {n} :: A weakness (condition of being weak)
heikkous {n} :: A weakness (special fondness or desire)
heikkous {n} :: feebleness (quality or state of being feeble)
heikkous {n} :: frailty (quality or state of being frail)
heikkoverinen {adj} :: anemic
heikkovirta {n} [electronics] :: low current
heikko vuorovaikutus {n} [physics] :: weak nuclear interaction
heikoilla jäillä {phrase} :: alternative form of heikolla jäällä
heikolla jäällä {phrase} [idiomatic] :: out of one's league, out of one's depth (in a situation which one is poorly prepared to handle)
heikompi {adj} :: comparative of heikko
heikompi astia {phrase} [idiomatic, dated] :: weaker vessel (woman; women collectively)
heikontaa {v} :: alternative form of heikentää
heikontua {vi} :: To become weaker, weaken
heikosti {adv} :: weakly
heikosti {adv} :: poorly
heikota {v} [rare] :: To weaken (to become weaker)
heikottaa {vi} :: To feel unsteady, unwell, dizzy
Heikura {prop} :: surname
heila {n} :: boyfriend, girlfriend
heilahdella {v} :: to fluctuate (to vary irregularly)
heilahdella {v} :: to sway (to bend back and forth or side to side, while remaining firmly positioned in one end)
heilahdusaika {n} [mechanics] :: period (of pendulum)
heilahduttaa {vt} [rare] :: To jerk
heilahtaa {vi} :: to swing once
heilauttaa {v} :: To swing once
heilauttaa {v} :: To jerk
heili {n} :: alternative form of heila
heilimöidä {v} :: To flower (of rye)
heilua {v} :: to swing, to sway, to rock (to move backward and forward)
heilua {v} :: to be loose
heilua {v} :: to swing (to hang on the gallows)
heilua {v} :: to vacillate (to sway unsteadily from one side to the other)
heilua {v} :: to vacillate (to swing indecisively from one course of action or opinion to another)
heilua {v} :: to oscillate (to swing back and forth, especially with a regular rhythm)
heilunta {n} :: sway
heiluri {n} :: pendulum
heilurikello {n} :: pendulum clock (clock that uses pendulum as its timekeeping element)
Heilurikello {prop} :: The constellation Horologium
heilutella {vt} [frequentative] :: To wave
heiluttaa {vt} :: To wave, sway, wag
heilutus {n} :: wave, wag (action resulting in swinging, oscillating movement)
heiluva {adj} :: rocky (unstable, easily rocked)
heiluva {adj} :: swinging, swaying, waving (doing a reciprocating movement)
heiluva {adj} :: wagging (of an animal's tail)
Heimlichin ote {n} [first aid] :: Heimlich maneuver
heimo {n} :: tribe
heimo {n} [taxonomy] :: family
Heimo {prop} :: given name
heimolainen {n} :: A tribesman or tribeswoman
Heimonen {prop} :: surname
heimosota {n} :: tribal war
heinä {n} :: hay
heinä {n} :: grass
heinä {n} :: any similar plant, such as sedge
heinäaika {n} :: haymaking time
heinäallergia {n} :: hay fever (allergy to hays)
heinäaro {n} :: grass steppe
heinähattu {n} :: hayseed, yokel, bumpkin (rustic person)
Heini {prop} :: given name
heinikkö {n} :: alternative form of heinikko
heinikko {n} :: grass (long grass as ground cover)
heinittää {v} :: to plant with hay
heinittää {v} [archaic] :: to fill or line with hay; as e.g. boots for comfort and thermal insulation
heinittyä {vi} :: To be covered with grass
heinäkenkä {n} [derogatory] :: A Sami
heinäkerttu {n} :: zitting cisticola, Cisticola juncidis
heinäkärryt {n} :: hay wain
heinäkuinen {adj} :: Pertaining to July
heinäkurppa {n} :: great snipe, Gallinago media
heinäkuu {n} :: July
Heinänen {prop} :: surname
heinänteko {n} :: haymaking
heinänuha {n} [pathology] :: hay fever
Heino {prop} :: given name
Heino {prop} :: surname
Heinola {prop} [uncountable] :: Heinola (city)
Heinola {prop} :: surname
Heinonen {prop} :: surname
heinäpaali {n} :: hay bale
heinäpelto {n} :: hayfield
heinäperhonen {n} :: ringlet (any of several brown butterflies in the tribe Satyrini, with numerous small rings on underwings)
heinäratamo {n} [plant] :: ribwort plantain, Plantago lanceolata
heinäsirkka {n} :: grasshopper
heinäsorsa {n} :: mallard (Anas platyrhynchos)
heinäsuova {n} :: haystack
heinätavi {n} :: garganey (Anas querquedula)
heinäturpiaali {n} :: bobolink, Dolichonyx oryzivorus
heinävintti {n} :: A hayloft
heippa {interj} [colloquial] :: bye, see you later
heisi {n} :: viburnum (plant of the genus Viburnum)
heisimato {n} :: tapeworm
heisipuu {n} [colloquial] :: viburnum (tree or shrub of the genus Viburnum)
Heiskanen {prop} :: surname
heistä {pron} :: about them; of them (only of people):
heistä {pron} :: of them (only of people):
heistä {pron} :: in their opinion, they think that (only of people):
heite {n} :: ejecta (something thrown or ejected, especially the material ejected from a volcano or impact crater)
heitellä {vt} [frequentative] :: To throw (repeatedly)
heitellä {vi} :: To fluctuate
heitin {n} :: launcher (device that throws something)
heitin {n} :: trap (device that slings clay pigeons in the air in trapshooting)
heitin {n} :: projector (in certain compounds, see e.g. piirtoheitin)
heitin {n} :: mortar (short of kranaatinheitin - an indirect fire weapon)
heittää {vt} :: to throw, cast
heittää {vt} :: with ulos (out), to expel, e.g. from a party or meeting
heittää {vt} [colloquial] :: to give a ride (in a car)
heittää {vi} [colloquial, of a number] :: to be inaccurate or incorrect, to be off
heittää {vt} [archaic] :: to abandon
heitteillä {adv} :: abandoned, neglected (in the state of abandonment, neglection or lack of care)
heitteille {adv} :: abandoned, neglected (to the state of abandonment, neglection or lack of care)
heittelehtiä {vt} :: to swerve (to go out of a straight line)
heittelekenttä {n} [geology] :: debris field
heittää henkensä {v} [idiomatic, colloquial] :: To give up the ghost, to die (literally: to throw one's spirit)
heittää huiviin {v} [idiomatic, colloquial] :: to gulp down, scarf (to eat or drink quickly)
heittää huulta {v} [idiomatic, colloquial] :: to joke
heittää huulta {v} [idiomatic, colloquial] :: to chat
heittiö {n} :: scoundrel
heittäjä {n} :: thrower
heittää leipiä {v} :: to play ducks and drakes, skim
heittää löylyä {v} [idiomatic] :: to throw water on the sauna stove's stones (kiuas) in order to produce steam and increase the temperature of the sauna
heittää menemään {v} :: to throw away
heitto {n} :: throw, cast, shy (act of throwing)
heitto {n} :: toss (throw with an initial upward direction, particularly with a lack of care)
heitto {n} :: caprice (impulsive, seemingly unmotivated notion)
heitto {n} :: retort, riposte (quick response)
heittoasento {n} :: throwing position
heittoistuin {n} :: ejection seat
heittokoukku {n} :: grappling hook
heittoliike {n} [mechanics] :: trajectory
heittomerkki {n} :: apostrophe
heittopussi {n} :: punching bag (person serving as an object of abuse)
heittovaihtotiedosto {n} [computing] :: swap file
heitättää {v} :: To have thrown (to order to throw)
heittää ulos {v} :: to kick out, eject, throw out (to remove from a location)
heittää veivinsä {phrase} [idiomatic, colloquial] :: to bite the dust (to die)
heittää vesilintua {v} :: to throw away
heittyä {v} [rare] :: Same as sinkoutua
heittyä {v} [rare] :: Same as poistua
heittyä {v} [rare] :: Same as lakata, tauota
heittyä {v} [rare] :: Same as heittelehtiä
heittyä {v} [rare] :: Same as kieroutua
heittyä {v} [rare] :: Same as heittäytyä
heittäytyä {vi} :: To throw oneself
heivata {vt} [dialectal] :: to throw, especially something heavy and big
heiveröinen {adj} :: weak, feeble
hekki {n} [nautical, slang] :: backstay
heko {interj} :: har har, hardy har har (false laughter with a sarcastic connotation)
heko {n} [military slang] :: helicopter
hekottaa {v} :: to guffaw, chuckle
heksa- {prefix} :: hexa-
heksaani {n} [chemistry] :: hexane
heksadesimaalijärjestelmä {n} :: hexadecimal system
heksadesimaaliluku {n} :: hexadecimal number
heksadesimaalinen {adj} :: hexadecimal
heksaeditori {n} [computing] :: hex editor
heksaedri {n} [geometry] :: hexahedron
heksagoni {n} [geometry] :: hexagon
heksagoninen {adj} :: hexagonal
heksagrammi {n} :: synonym of kuusikanta
heksaklooribentseeni {n} [chemistry] :: hexachlorobenzene
heksakloorietaani {n} [chemistry] :: hexachloroethane
heksaklorofeeni {n} [chemistry] :: hexachlorophene
heksametri {n} [prosody] :: hexameter
heksametrinen {adj} [prosody] :: hexametric
heksanoli {n} [chemistry] :: hexanol
heksobarbitaali {n} [chemistry] :: hexobarbital
heksogeeni {n} [chemistry] :: hexogen
heksoli {n} [chemistry] :: hexol
heksoosi {n} [organic chemistry] :: hexose
hekstaagi {n} [nautical, slang] :: A backstay
hektinen {adj} :: hectic
hektisyys {n} :: hecticness (state or property of being hectic)
hektisyys {n} :: hectivity (hectic activity)
hektografi {n} :: hectograph
Hektor {prop} [Greek mythology] :: Hector
hektorinvalas {n} :: Hector's beaked whale (Mesoplodon hectori)
hekuma {n} :: A strong feeling of pleasure, especially of sexual kind
hekuma {n} [biblical] :: lust of the flesh
hekumallinen {adj} :: voluptuous
hekumallinen {adj} :: salacious
hekumallisesti {adv} :: voluptuously
hekumallisuus {adj} :: voluptuousness
hekumoida {v} :: to indulge oneself in carnal pleasures, especially of sexual kind
hekumoida {v} :: to gloat (to exhibit a conspicuous sense of self-satisfaction, often at an adversary's misfortune)
hela {n} :: mounting, fitting, bushing
helakka {adj} :: bright, brilliant (color)
helatorstai {n} :: Ascension Day, Ascension (40th day after Easter)
helavalkea {n} :: A bonfire customarily burned on Ascension Day in some parts of Finland, an "Ascension Day bonfire"
hele {n} [music] :: ornament
heleä {adj} :: bright, clear, vivid
Heleena {prop} :: given name, variant of Helena
Helena {prop} :: given name
helähdellä {vi} [frequentative] :: To tinkle, jingle
helähdyttää {vt} :: alternative form of heläyttää
helähtää {vi} :: To ting, clang
heliä {n} [poetic] :: synonym of heleä
Heli {prop} :: given name
helibor {n} :: Helsinki Interbank Offered Rate
helihiihto {n} :: heli-skiing
helikobakteeri {n} :: Helicobacter
helikopteri {n} :: helicopter
helikopterilentäjä {n} :: helicopter pilot
helinä {n} :: jingle (sound of metal or glass clattering against itself)
Helinä {prop} :: given name, a variant of Helena by folk etymology shaped like helinä "tinkle"
Helinä {prop} :: Tinkerbell
heliofiili {n} [rare] :: heliophile (organism that requires a lot of sunlight to thrive)
heliografi {n} [astronomy] :: heliograph
heliolatria {n} :: heliolatry (religion)
heliometri {n} [astronomy] :: A heliometer
helioosi {n} :: heliosis (medical condition caused by overheating of the body due to exposure to sun)
heliosentrinen {adj} :: heliocentric
heliosfääri {n} [astronomy] :: heliosphere
heliotrooppi {n} :: heliotrope (plant that turns so that it faces the sun)
heliotrooppi {n} :: heliotrope (plant of the genus Heliotropium)
heliotrooppi {n} [mineralogy] :: bloodstone, heliotrope
heliotropismi {n} [botany] :: heliotropism
helistä {vi} :: to jingle, tingle, clink
helistää {vt} :: To jingle (to cause to make a noise of metal or glass clattering against itself)
helistin {n} :: rattle (baby toy)
helistin {n} :: rattle (musical instrument)
helisyttää {vt} :: to jingle (cause to make a noise)
helium {n} :: helium
heliumleimahdus {n} [astronomy] :: helium flash
heläjää {v} [poetic, dialectal] :: alternative form of helistä
Heljä {prop} :: given name
Helka {prop} :: given name
helkajuhla {n} :: A traditional feast celebrated during the Pentecost in the parish of Sääksmäki, based on a pagan feast that used to be celebrated in May in order to secure the crops for the year
helkatti {adj} :: Used as a mild intensifier
helkatti {interj} :: damn, dammit
helkavirsi {n} :: Finnish poems that were told or written in Kalevala meter (trochaic tetrameter), especially one that is sung in helkajuhla
helke {n} :: tingle, jingle
helkkari {interj} :: A mild expletive; damn, darn, blimey
helkkyä {vi} :: To tinkle, jingle
helkätä {vi} [poetic] :: to tinkle, jingle
helkutti {interj} :: A mild expletive; damn, darn
helkyntä {n} :: tingle, jingle
helkyttää {vt} :: to tinkle (cause to tinkle)
hellä {adj} :: affectionate, fond, tender
hellä {adj} :: gentle
hellä {adj} :: tender, sore
Hellä {prop} :: given name
hella {n} :: range (for cooking)
hella {n} :: oven
helladinen {adj} [history] :: Helladic
hellapoliisi {n} [humorous] :: “Oven police”; a (dominating) wife
helle {n} [rare, chiefly figuratively] :: A hot place or heat
helle {n} :: Hot weather, swelter
helleaalto {n} :: heat wave
helleeni {n} :: Hellene
Helleenien tasavalta {prop} :: The Hellenic Republic (official name of the state of Greece)
helleeninen {adj} :: Hellenic
hellekausi {n} :: hot season
hellemmin {adv} :: comparative of hellästi
hellempi {adj} :: comparative of hellä
hellenisaatio {n} :: Hellenisation
hellenismi {n} :: Hellenism, Hellenistic civilization (culture and civilization of the Hellenistic period of the Greek culture after the death of Alexander the Great (323 B.C.) to the defeat of Cleopatra and Mark Antony by Octavian (31 B.C.))
hellenisoida {vt} :: to Hellenize (to make someone or something Hellenistic)
hellenisoitua {n} [intranstitive] :: to Hellenize (to become Hellenistic)
hellenisti {n} :: A Hellenist (specialist in the study of Greek culture or history)
hellenisti {n} :: A Hellenist (person who adopted the Greek culture during the Hellenistic period)
hellenistinen {adj} :: Hellenistic
Hellevi {prop} :: given name
helliä {v} :: to caress
helliä {v} :: to cherish, nurse
Helli {prop} :: given name
hellimmin {adv} :: superlative of hellästi
hellin {adj} :: superlative of hellä
Hellin {prop} :: given name
hellitä {vi} :: To make it (in time), arrive (in time), reach (in time) ((to/at/in) a place = allative or illative)
hellitä {vi} :: To come loose/free/off
hellitä {vi} [monopersonal] :: ablative + 3rd-pers. singular + nominative/partitive = to consent to give, have the generosity to give
hellittää {v} :: to loosen (to make less tight)
hellittää {v} :: to release
hellittää {v} :: to ease up (to become more relaxed)
hellittää {v} :: to ease up (to reduce the speed)
hellittää {v} :: to abate, subside, calm (to lessen in force or intensity)
hellittää {v} :: to break (of a storm or spell of weather, to end)
hellittää {v} [dated] :: to give up
hellittämätön {adj} :: relentless
hellittämätön {adj} :: unabated
hellittämättömyys {n} :: perseverance
hellästi {adv} :: affectionately, tenderly, fondly
hellästi {adv} :: gently
hellätä {vt} :: To loosen, unfasten
helluntai {n} :: Pentecost, Whitsun, Whitsunday
helluntailainen {adj} :: Pentecostal
helluntailainen {n} :: Pentecostal
helluntailaisuus {n} :: Pentecostalism (Christian religious movement)
helluntailiike {n} :: Pentecostalism (Evangelic religious movement)
hellurei {interj} :: yippee (used to express joy of life and excitement)
helluvainen {n} :: dewlap
hellävarainen {adj} :: gentle
hellävaraisesti {adv} :: gently
hellävaraisuus {n} :: gentleness
hellävaroen {adv} :: gently
hellyttää {vt} :: to soften, to make relent
hellyttävä {adj} :: endearing
helma {n} :: hem (margin of cloth)
helmalinja {n} :: hemline (line formed by the bottom edge of a skirt, dress, or coat)
helman korkeus {n} :: hemline (height of the helm of a skirt or coat, measured from the floor)
helmankorkeus {n} :: alternative spelling of helman korkeus
helmapelti {n} :: sill panel [UK], rocker panel [US] (in car chassis the panel that is below the doors)
helmasynti {n} :: besetting sin
helmestää {v} :: To hunt for pearls
Helmholtzin resonaattori {n} :: Helmholtz resonator
Helmholtz-resonaattori {n} :: Helmholtz resonator
helmi {n} :: pearl
helmi {n} [typography] :: pearl (font size)
helmi {n} :: bead
helmi {n} :: capitalized, a female given name
Helmi {prop} :: given name
helmiherkkusieni {n} :: An agaric, Agaricus placomyces
Helmiina {prop} :: given name
helmiäinen {n} :: nacre, mother-of-pearl
helmiäiskala {n} :: silver hatchetfish (fish of the genus Argyropelecus)
helmiäisnystyt {n} :: pearly penile papules; also called terskan (of glans penis) helmiäisnystyt (harmless skin condition affecting glans penis)
helmiäispilvi {n} [meteorology] :: nacreous cloud
helmi-itiö {n} [biology] :: aecidiospore
helmijoki {n} :: A river in which the freshwater pearl mussel (Margaritifera margaritifera) lives and is known to produce pearls
helmikana {n} :: guinea fowl (Numida meleagris)
helmikana {n} :: any member of the family Numididae
helmikkä {n} :: melic, melic grass (any of various grasses of the genus Melica)
helmikuinen {adj} :: Pertaining to February
helmikuu {n} :: February
helmilakkimuura {n} :: spot-crowned antvireo
helmimylly {n} :: pearl mill
helminauha {n} :: pearl necklace, pearl string
Helminen {prop} :: surname
helmintiaasi {n} [disease] :: helminthiasis
helminukkajäkkärä {n} :: western pearly everlasting, Anaphalis margaritacea (flowering plant in the Asteraceae family, used as garden flower)
helmipöllö {n} :: Tengmalm's owl or boreal owl (Aegolius funereus)
helmipuumuura {n} :: pearly antshrike
helmisulkahirssi {n} :: pearl millet, Pennisetum glaucum (cereal)
helmitaulu {n} :: abacus (calculating frame)
helmivene {n} :: nautilus (mollusc of the family Nautilidae)
helmivene {n} [in plural] :: Nautilidae (taxonomic family of two extant genera Altonautilus and Nautilus)
helo {n} [rare] :: shine
helohapero {n} :: A brittlegill, Russula helodes
heloittaa {vi} :: To furnish with fittings or fixtures
helokki {n} :: evening primrose, suncup, sundrop
helootti {n} :: helot (Spartan slave)
heloseitikki {n} [mushroom] :: A webcap, Cortinarius cinnabarinus
helottaa {vi} :: To shine (to emit light)
helpi {n} :: canary grass, (plant of the genus Phalaris)
helpohko {adj} :: relatively easy
helpoimmin {adv} :: superlative of helposti
helpommin {adv} :: comparative of helposti
helpommin sanottu kuin tehty {phrase} :: easier said than done
helpompi {adj} :: comparative of helppo
helpontaa {vt} :: To make easier, simplify
helpontua {vi} :: To ease
helposti {adv} :: easily
helpota {vi} :: To become easier, less complicated
helpottaa {v} :: (transitive) to ease
helpottaa {v} :: (transitive) to relieve, alleviate, mitigate, facilitate
helpottua {vi} :: To ease
helpottunut {adj} :: relieved
helpotus {n} :: relief
helppo {adj} :: easy
helppoa kuin heinänteko {phrase} :: very easy
helppoa kuin mikä {phrase} :: very easy
helppohuoltoinen {adj} :: service-friendly, serviceable (easy to service)
helppolukuinen {adj} :: easy to read
helppo nakki {n} [idiomatic] :: a piece of cake
helppo raha {n} :: quick buck
helppotajuinen {adj} :: easily understandable, popular
helppotajuistaa {vt} :: to popularize (to present in a widely understandable form)
Helsingör {prop} :: Helsingör (city)
Helsinki {prop} :: Helsinki
helsinkiläinen {adj} :: Helsinkian, of Helsinki (of or pertaining to the city of Helsinki)
helsinkiläinen {n} :: A Helsinkian (person living in or originating from Helsinki)
helskää {v} [rare] :: alternative form of helskyä
helske {n} :: tingle, jingle
helskähtää {vi} :: to tinkle or jingle suddenly or once
helskutti {adj} :: Used as a mild intensifier
helskutti {interj} :: damn, dammit
helskyä {vi} :: To tinkle, jingle
helskyttää {vt} :: to tinkle, jingle (cause to make a sound)
helteinen {adj} :: boiling (of the weather, very hot)
heltta {n} :: A wattle (loose, hanging skin on birds, animals and humans)
heltta {n} :: A snood (flap of skin on the beak of a turkey)
heltta {n} [fungi] :: A gill
heltyä {vi} :: To soften, relent
helve {n} [botany] :: A lodicule
helvetialainen {adj} :: Helvetian
helvetialainen {n} :: Helvetian
helvetillinen {adj} :: hellish
helvetillisesti {adv} :: hellishly (in a hellish manner)
helvetillisyys {n} :: hellishness
helvetin esikartano {n} [Christianity] :: limbo
helvetinkone {n} :: infernal machine
helvetinmoinen {adj} :: synonym of helvetillinen
helvetisti {adv} [vulgar] :: like hell (in a manner that uses all of the strength, speed, or effort that a person can summon)
helvetti {n} [religion] :: hell
helvetti {n} [expletive] :: hell, devil
helvetti {interj} :: damn
helvettimäinen {adj} :: hellish
Helvi {prop} :: given name
hely {n} :: trinket
Hely {prop} :: given name
heläys {n} [archaic] :: tune, jingle
heläyttää {vt} :: To clang
hemaiseva {adj} :: sexy, desirable
hemaista {v} [rare] :: To look sexy and desirable; used of a woman
hematiitti {n} [mineral] :: hematite
hematokriitti {n} [medicine] :: hematocrit
hematologia {n} :: hematology, haematology
hematuria {n} [pathology, jargon] :: hematuria
Hemilä {prop} :: surname
hemisfääri {n} :: hemisphere
hemlokki {n} :: hemlock (any of several coniferous trees of the genus Tsuga; their wood)
hemmetti {interj} :: A mild expletive; dammit, darn, blimey
Hemminki {prop} [rare today] :: given name
hemmo {n} [colloquial] :: dude, bloke, stiff
Hemmo {prop} :: given name
hemmotella {v} :: to pamper, coddle (to treat gently or with great care)
hemmotella pilalle {vt} :: to spoil, to pamper, to overindulge, to wait on hand and foot
hemo {adv} [colloquial] :: An intensifier
hemodialyysi {n} [medicine] :: hemodialysis (dialysis by using extracorporeal removal of waste products from the blood)
hemofilia {n} [pathology] :: haemophilia/hemophilia
hemoglobiini {n} :: hemoglobin, haemoglobin
hemokromatoosi {n} :: hemochromatosis
hemolyysi {n} :: hemolysis
hemorroidi {n} :: hemorrhoid
hemostaasi {n} [medicine, jargon] :: hemostasis
hemotoksiini {n} :: hemotoxin
hempeä {adj} :: sweet, charming
hempeä {adj} :: gentle
hemppo {n} :: linnet
-hen {suffix} :: alternative form of -hVn
hengailla {vi} [slang] :: To hang around, hang out (to spend time without doing anything in particular)
hengata {vi} [slang] :: To hang about, hang out
hengellinen {adj} :: spiritual
hengellisesti {adv} :: spiritually
hengellistää {vt} :: to spiritualize
hengellisyys {n} :: spirituality
hengenheimolainen {n} :: A like-minded person
hengenpelastaja {n} :: lifesaver
hengenpelastaja {n} :: lifeguard
hengenvaara {n} :: danger of life, mortal danger
hengenvaarallinen {adj} :: life-threatening, deadly dangerous, perilous
hengenvaarallisesti {adv} :: life-threateningly
hengenveto {n} :: gasp
hengetön {adj} :: Lifeless, dead
hengetön {adj} :: Tedious, dull, boring (e.g. theatrical play)
hengetär {n} :: female genie
hengähdysaika {n} :: break, breather (short rest or pause, such as from arduous work, but also from a difficult situation)
hengähtää {vi} :: to take a breather (to take a break; to pause or relax briefly)
hengi {n} :: obsolete spelling of henki
hengissä {adv} :: olla ~ to be alive
hengittää {vti} :: to breathe
hengittävyys {n} :: breathability (ability of a fabric or clothing to transmit air and moisture)
hengitys {n} :: breath, breathing (act or process of breathing)
hengitys {n} :: breath, breathing (single act of breathing in and out)
hengitys {n} :: breath, breathing (air expelled from the lungs)
hengityselimistö {n} [anatomy] :: respiratory system
hengityselin {n} [anatomy] :: respiratory organ
hengityselin {n} [anatomy, in plural] :: respiratory system
hengitysharjoitus {n} :: breathing exercise
hengitysilma {n} :: respiratory air
hengityskone {n} :: respirator, ventilator
hengitystie {n} [anatomy] :: normally used in plural, respiratory tract (passages through which air enters and leaves the body, including the nose and nasal passages, the pharynx, larynx, trachea, lungs, bronchi and alveoli)
hengitystieinfektio {n} :: respiratory infection
hengitysvaikeus {n} :: breathing difficulty
hengästyä {vi} :: To get out of breath, become breathless
hengästynyt {adj} :: breathless, gasping, out of breath
hengästyttää {vt} :: To cause to get/go out of breath
henipavirus {n} :: henipavirus (virus)
henipavirus {n} [in plural] :: Henipavirus (genus)
henkari {n} [colloquial] :: coat hanger
henkeen ja vereen {adv} [idiomatic] :: dyed-in-the-wool, diehard
henkeä pidätellen {adv} :: with bated breath (literal and idiomatic sense)
henkeäsalpaava {adj} :: breathtaking
henkevä {adj} :: intelligent, bright
henkevä {adj} :: spirited, vigorous, animated
henkevöidä {vt} :: to inspire, incite, stimulate
henkevöittää {vt} :: to inspire, incite, stimulate
henkevöityä {vi} :: To be inspired, incited, stimulated
henki {n} :: breath
henki {n} :: spirit, ghost
henki {n} :: life (only when its safety is questioned)
henki {n} :: person
henki {n} :: genie
henkiä {vt} [_, + partitive] :: To exude, radiate, bubble with, sparkle with, overflow with
henkikarhu {n} :: spirit bear, Kermode bear (subspecies of the black bear)
henkilö {n} :: person
henkilö {n} :: figure
henkilöauto {n} :: passenger car (automobile)
henkilöhistoria {n} :: History of the life of an individual
henkilöidä {vt} :: to personify
henkilöinti {n} :: personification (act of personifying)
henkilöityä {vi} :: To be personified
henkilöitymä {n} :: personification
henkilöjuna {n} :: passenger train
henkilökohtainen {adj} :: personal, intimate
henkilökohtainen {adj} :: face-to-face, vis-à-vis
henkilökohtainen {adj} [of a leave] :: compassionate
henkilökohtainen ennätys {n} :: personal record
henkilökohtainen valmentaja {n} :: personal trainer
henkilökohtaisempi {adj} :: comparative of henkilökohtainen
henkilökohtaisesti {adv} :: in person, face to face, vis-à-vis
henkilökohtaisesti {adv} :: personally (in person)
henkilökohtaisesti {adv} :: personally (in a personal manner)
henkilökohtaisesti {adv} :: personally (concerning oneself)
henkilökohtaisin {adj} :: superlative of henkilökohtainen
henkilökohtaisuus {n} :: personality, personal remark (something said of a person, especially something of a disparaging or offensive nature)
henkilökortti {n} :: An ID card
henkilökultti {n} :: cult of personality
henkilökunta {n} :: staff, personnel (employees)
henkilökuva {n} :: profile (summary or collection of information about a person)
henkäillä {vti} :: To breathe (in an indifferent or relaxed manner)
henkäillä {vi} [of wind] :: To blow gently
henkilöllisyys {n} :: identity
henkilöllisyystodistus {n} [dated] :: synonym of henkilötodistus; also virallinen henkilöllisyystodistus
henkilöllisyystodistus {n} [colloquial] :: Any ID card
henkilömiina {n} :: anti-personnel mine
henkilömäärä {n} :: headcount (number of people present)
henkilönnimi {n} :: anthroponym
henkilönostin {n} :: aerial work platform, cherry picker, boom lift, man lift, basket crane, hydraladder, bucket truck, teleporter (movable piece of equipment for lifting people)
henkilöntarkastus {n} :: body search
henkilöoikeus {n} [law] :: The part of civil law that deals with person's capacity
henkilöpalvonta {n} :: cult of personality, personality cult
henkilöpaperit {n} :: ID, identification (document that shows one's identity)
henkilöpuhelu {n} [telecommunication, dated] :: person-to-person call
henkilörekisteri {n} :: personal data register
henkilörekisteririkos {n} :: data protection offence (intentional or grossly negligent failure to comply with the provisions of the Personal Data Act)
henkilöstö {n} :: personnel, staff
henkilöstöanti {n} :: An emission of shares (stock) reserved for the personnel of a company, usually at a lower than market price but with sales restrictions
henkilöstöhallinto {n} [managament] :: human resource management, HRM
henkilöstöhallinto {n} :: human resources (personnel department of an organization)
henkilöstöhankinta {n} :: recruitment (process)
henkilöstöjohtaminen {n} :: human resources management (process)
henkilöstökoulutus {n} :: personnel training
henkilöstölehti {n} :: personnel magazine
henkilöstönhankinta {n} :: synonym of henkilöstöhankinta
henkilöstöosasto {n} :: human resources department, human resources, personnel department (organizational unit responsible for personnel administration)
henkilöstöpalvelu {n} :: personnel service
henkilöstöpäällikkö {n} :: staff manager, personnel manager
henkilöstöpolitiikka {n} :: personnel policy
henkilöstörahasto {n} :: personnel fund (fund owned and managed by the personnel of a firm: the employer contributes annually to the capital of the fund as part of its remuneration policy)
henkilöstöravintola {n} :: synonym of henkilöstöruokala
henkilöstöresurssit {n} :: human resources
henkilöstöruokala {n} :: canteen (small cafeteria in a place of work)
henkilöstösuunnittelu {n} :: personnel planning
henkilöstötila {n} :: staffroom
henkilöstötilinpäätös {n} :: statement of human resources, HR statement (annual report on an organization's personnel, akin to financial statement)
henkilöstövoimavara {n} [usually in plural] :: synonym of henkilöstöresurssit
henkilösuhde {n} :: personal relationship
henkilötieto {n} [in plural] :: personal data
henkilötieto {n} :: personal datum
henkilötietolaki {n} :: Personal Data Act
henkilötodistus {n} :: An official ID card issued by the police
henkilötunniste {n} :: identification, ID (document)
henkilötunniste {n} :: personal authentication (biometric feature that serves to identify a person, such as fingerprint)
henkilötunnus {n} :: social security number
henkilötyökuukausi {n} :: man-month
henkilötyöpäivä {n} :: man-day
henkilötyövuosi {n} :: man-year, person-year (average or standard amount of work expected of one worker during a period of one year)
henkilövaaka {n} :: person scales (scales intended for weighing people)
henkilövahinko {n} :: personal injury (injury to the body or mind)
henkilövaihto {n} :: exchange of persons (act of exchanging people between two or more organizations, often in different countries; usually done in order to foster cooperation between the participating organizations and/or give the participating persons experience and networks)
henkilövakuutus {n} :: personal insurance (insurance which covers a person, as opposed to one that covers property)
henkilövalokuvaus {n} :: portrait photography
henkilövaunu {n} [railroad] :: passenger car
henkilöverotus {n} :: personal taxation, taxation of persons
henkilöyhtiö {n} [law] :: partnership
henkilöys {n} :: identity
henkimaailma {n} :: spirit world
henkinen {adj} :: mental (of or relating to the mind or an intellectual process)
henkinen {adj} :: spiritual (of or relating to the intellectual and higher endowments of the mind)
henkinen {adj} :: -person (consisting of a given number of people)
henkiolento {n} :: spirit, genie
henki on altis, mutta liha on heikko {proverb} :: the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak
henkiparannus {n} :: spiritual healing
henkiparantaja {n} :: faith healer
henkipatto {n} :: outlaw
henkiraha {n} :: poll tax
henkirikos {n} [dated, legal] :: A homicide (hypernym for crimes by which a person is caused to die unnaturally by another person)
henkirikos {n} [common] :: A homicide
henkisesti {adv} :: mentally
henkäistä {vi} :: To breathe (once)
henkistää {vt} :: to spiritualize; in non-religious sense, compare hengellistää
henkistyä {vi} :: to become spiritual, to be spiritualized
henkitorvi {n} [anatomy] :: windpipe, trachea
henkivakuutus {n} :: life insurance
henkivartija {n} :: A bodyguard
henkivartio {n} :: bodyguard [collectively]
henkivero {n} :: poll tax
henkselit {n} :: suspenders [US], braces [UK]
henna {n} :: henna (dye and color)
Henna {prop} :: given name
Henna {prop} :: A railway station about 30 km south from Lahti
hennapensas {n} :: henna (shrub Lawsonia inermis)
hennata {vt} :: to henna, to dye with henna
Henni {prop} :: given name
hennoa {v} [colloquial] :: To dare (to have enough courage to do something because of emotional reasons)
hennompi {adj} :: comparative of hento
hennota {v} [dialectal] :: To dare (to have enough courage to do something because of emotional reasons)
henoteismi {n} [religion] :: henotheism
Henri {prop} :: given name
Henriikka {prop} :: given name
Henrik {prop} :: given name
Henrikki {prop} :: given name
henry {n} :: henry (unit of inductance)
hento {adj} :: delicate, fragile
hentokorte {n} :: dwarf horsetail (Equisetum scirpoides)
hentosudenkorento {n} :: damselfly
hepariini {n} :: heparin
hepatiitti {n} [disease] :: hepatitis
hepatomegalia {n} [pathology] :: hepatomegaly
hepatoosi {n} [diseases] :: hepatosis
hepatosyytti {n} [anatomy] :: synonym of maksasolu
hepene {n} :: finery, glad rags (excessively fine or decorated clothes); often used in plural - hepenet or hepeneet
hepo {n} [poetic] :: horse
hepo {n} [colloquial] :: heroin
hepoasteet {n} :: The horse latitudes
hepokatti {n} :: katydid, bush-cricket
heponen {n} [dialectal or archaic] :: horse
heppa {n} [children, colloquial] :: horse
heppa {n} [tech slang, colloquial] :: horsepower
heppu {n} [colloquial] :: A person; bloke, dude, stiff, cove
heprea {n} :: Hebrew (language)
heprea {n} :: gibberish, Greek (needlessly obscure or overly technical language)
heprealainen {adj} :: Hebrew
heprealainen {n} :: A Hebrew (person)
Heprealaiskirje {prop} :: synonym of Kirje heprealaisille
hepreankielinen {adj} :: Hebrew speaker
hepreankielinen {adj} :: Expressed in Hebrew
heptaani {n} [chemistry] :: heptane
heptaanihappo {n} [chemistry] :: heptanoic acid
heptanoli {n} [chemistry] :: heptanol
hepuli {n} [colloquial] :: a fit of rage
hera {n} :: whey
hera {n} :: blood serum
herahtaa {v} :: To flow or escape suddenly in small quantity, used especially of various bodily liquids; English equivalents vary depending on the context
herakalvo {n} [anatomy] :: serous membrane
Herakleitos {prop} :: Heraclitus
Herakles {prop} [Greek mythology] :: Hercules
heraldiikka {n} :: heraldry
heraldikko {n} :: heraldist (expert in or practitioner of heraldry)
heraldinen {adj} :: heraldic
herasilmä {n} [archaic] :: cream eyed horse
herauttaa {v} :: to cause to secrete instantaneously
herauttaa {v} :: to cause an instantaneous reaction
herauttaa {v} :: to water; in the expression herauttaa veden kielelle ("makes the mouth water", literally "causes the water to secrete on the tongue")
herbaario {n} :: herbarium
herbalismi {n} :: herbalism
herbisidi {n} :: herbicide
herbivori {n} [science, jargon] :: A herbivore
hereä {adj} :: abundant
hereditaarinen {adj} :: hereditary
hereford {n} :: Hereford (breed of cattle)
hereillä {adv} :: awake (in the state of awakeness)
hereille {adv} :: awake (to the state of awakeness)
herero {n} [countable] :: A Herero (person belonging to the Herero people)
herero {n} [uncountable] :: Herero (language)
heretä {v} :: alternative form of herjetä
herhiläinen {n} :: hornet
heristää {vt} :: to shake
heristää {vt} :: to brandish
heristyä {vi} :: to shake
heritabiliteetti {n} :: heritability
herja {n} :: slur
herja {n} [archaic] :: villain
herja {n} [archaic] :: predator, beast of prey
herja {n} [archaic] :: evil spirit (of throat disease), demon
herjaaja {n} :: slanderer
herjaaja {n} :: blasphemer
herjata {vt} [_, + partitive] :: To revile, rail against, abuse
herjata {vt} [legal + partitive] :: To slander; to libel
herjata {vi} :: To blaspheme
herjaus {n} :: abuse (insulting speech)
herjetä {vi} [+ active 3rd infinitive in elative] :: To cease, stop, quit (to do/doing something)
herjetä {vi} :: To stop, end, cease
herjetä {vi} [colloquial, + active 3rd infinitive in illative] :: To start (doing something), go, get (adjective = translative)
herkempi {adj} :: comparative of herkkä
herkeämättä {adv} :: incessantly, unceasingly
herkentää {vi} [rare] :: alternative form of herkistää
herkentyä {v} [rare] :: alternative form of herkistyä
herketä {v} [rare] :: alternative form of herkistyä
herkin {adj} :: superlative of herkkä
herkistää {vt} :: to sensitize
herkiste {n} :: allergen, sensitizer (substance which causes an allergic reaction)
herkistyä {vir} :: To become sensitized
herkistymä {n} [medicine] :: allergy
herkkä {adj} :: delicate, vulnerable
herkkä {adj} :: physically sensitive, tender
herkkä {adj} :: sensitive, easily offended
herkkä {adj} :: quick to react
herkkähermoinen {adj} :: squeamish
herkkäihoinen {adj} :: Having sensitive skin
herkkänahkainen {adj} :: thin-skinned, overly sensitive
Herkko {prop} :: given name, from a diminutive of Hermanni (Herman)
herkkätunteinen {adj} :: touchy, oversensitive, thin-skinned (easily offended)
herkkätunteisuus {n} :: touchiness, oversensitiveness (property of being easily offended)
herkku {n} :: A delicacy (food)
herkkukauppa {n} :: delicatessen
herkkukurkku {n} :: pickle
herkkupala {n} :: tidbit (tasty morsel of food, used also figuratively)
herkkusieni {n} :: button mushroom, table mushroom, cultivated mushroom, crimini, portobello (a mature brown specimen), champignon; Agaricus bisporus
herkkusieni {n} :: A mushroom of the genus Agaricus
herkkäuskoinen {adj} :: gullible
herkkäuskoisesti {adv} :: gullibly
herkkäuskoisuus {n} :: gullibility
herkkusuu {n} :: gourmet (one who knows of and appreciates good food)
herkkutatti {n} :: cep; porcini (Boletus edulis)
herkkyys {n} :: sensitivity
herkkyysanalyysi {n} [economics, statistics] :: sensitivity analysis
herkästi {adv} :: easily
herkästi {adv} :: sensitively
herkästi {adv} :: exquisitely, delicately
herkästi syttyvä {adj} :: highly flammable
Herkules {prop} [Greek mythology] :: Hercules
Herkules {prop} :: The constellation Hercules
herkullinen {adj} :: delicious
herkullisempi {adj} :: comparative of herkullinen
herkullisesti {adv} :: deliciously
herkullisin {adj} :: superlative of herkullinen
herkullisuus {n} :: delicacy (quality of being delicate)
herkutella {vi} :: To feast
herkuttelija {n} :: gourmet, epicure
herkuttelu {n} :: gourmandism
heräämö {n} :: recovery room, recovery ward
hermafrodiitti {n} [biology] :: hermaphrodite
hermafrodiitti {n} [dated] :: intersexual person
hermafrodiittinen {adj} :: hermaphroditic
hermafroditismi {n} :: hermaphroditism
Herman {prop} :: given name
Hermanni {prop} :: given name
hermeettinen {adj} :: airtight, hermetic
hermeettisesti {adv} :: airtightly, hermetically
hermeneutiikka {n} :: hermeneutics
Hermes {prop} :: Hermes (Greek god)
herääminen {n} :: awakening
hermo {n} [anatomy] :: A nerve
hermoilla {v} :: to be nervous
hermoilla {v} :: to champ at the bit (to show nervousness)
hermoimpulssi {n} :: nerve impulse
hermojärjestelmä {n} [anatomy] :: nervous system
hermokaasu {n} :: nerve gas
hermokeskus {n} :: A nerve center or ganglion (center of power or authority)
hermokirurgia {n} :: neurosurgery
hermokudos {n} [anatomy] :: nervous tissue
hermolääkäri {n} [medicine, dated] :: A neurologist
hermomyrkky {n} :: neurotoxin
hermopiste {n} [martial arts] :: pressure point
hermopääte {n} :: neural ending
hermorata {n} :: neural pathway
hermoromahdus {n} [psychology] :: nervous breakdown
hermosairaus {n} [pathology] :: neuropathy
hermosolmu {n} [anatomy] :: ganglion
hermosolu {n} [cytology] :: nerve cell, neuron
hermosota {n} :: war of nerves
hermosto {n} [anatomy] :: nervous system
hermostollinen {adj} :: neural (of, or relating to the nerves, neurons or the nervous system)
hermostomyrkky {n} [rare, nonstandard] :: synonym of hermomyrkky
hermostua {vi} :: To get nervous
hermostuneesti {adv} :: nervously
hermostuneisuus {n} :: nervousness
hermostunut {adj} :: nervous, jumpy, tense
hermostuttaa {vt} :: To make someone or something nervous
hermotautioppi {n} :: neurology
hermottaa {vt} :: to innervate (to supply part of the body with nerves)
hermottua {vi} :: to be innervated, become innervated
hermotulehdus {n} [colloquial, pathology] :: neuritis
hermotus {n} :: innervation
hermoverkko {n} [anatomy] :: A neural net
hernari {n} [colloquial] :: pea soup
herne {n} :: pea
hernekeitto {n} :: pea soup
herneluu {n} [anatomy] :: pisiform bone, os pisiforme
hernerokka {n} :: pea soup
hernerokkasumu {n} :: pea-souper
herännäinen {n} :: A supporter of herännäisyys (Awakening), a Lutheran revivalist movement in Finland
herännäisyys {n} [Christianity] :: A Lutheran revivalist movement in Finland, originally closely linked with pietism, usually translated into English as Awakening
Herodotos {prop} :: Herodotus (Ancient Greek historian)
heroiini {n} :: heroin
heroinisti {n} :: heroin addict
heroismi {n} :: heroism
herooinen {adj} :: heroic
herpaannuttaa {vt} :: to make numb, make lame, make exhausted
herpaantua {vi} :: To become lame
herpaantua {vi} :: To become exhausted
herpauttaa {vt} :: synonym of herpaannuttaa
herpautua {vi} [rare] :: alternative form of herpaantua
herpes {n} [pathology] :: herpes (common language term for herpes simplex)
herpetologia {n} :: herpetology
herppi {n} [colloquial] :: herp (joint term for reptiles and amphibians)
herra {n} :: mister, gentleman, sir (polite address)
herra {n} :: lord (person having formal authority over others)
herra {n} :: lord (person enjoying great respect in a community)
herra {n} :: lord, master (owner)
herra {n} :: capitalized (Herra), Lord (God)
Herra {prop} :: Lord (God)
Herra {prop} :: Lord (Jesus)
herrakansa {n} :: herrenvolk
herranjestas {interj} :: good Lord, oh my God!
Herran pyhä ehtoollinen {n} [Christianity] :: Eucharist (sacrament and service in which it is enacted)
Herran rukous {prop} :: Lord's Prayer
Herran tähden {interj} :: for God's sake
Herran voideltu {prop} :: the Lord's Anointed (Christ or the Messiah)
Herran voideltu {n} :: the Lord's Anointed (king by divine right)
Herran vuonna {adv} [archaic] :: Anno Domini, anno Domini, in the year of our Lord
Herran vuosi {n} [archaic] :: year of our Lord
Herran vuosi {n} [archaic, in essive] :: anno Domini, in the year of our Lord
herrarotu {n} :: master race
herrasmies {n} :: gentleman
herrasmiessopimus {n} :: gentleman's agreement (unwritten agreement bound by honour)
herrasmiesveto {n} :: A sportsman's bet
herrastella {v} :: to lord (to domineer)
herrastella {v} :: to lord (to act like a lord)
herrastella {v} :: to give oneself airs, swagger
Herra varjele {interj} :: God forbid
Herra varjele {interj} :: wow, holy smoke
herraviha {n} :: [Australia, NZ] tall poppy syndrome (tendency to disparage successful people)
herrnhutilainen {adj} :: Moravian, of or pertaining to the Moravian Church
herrnhutilainen {n} :: A Moravian; member of the Moravian Church
hersyä {vi} :: To trickle
herätä {vi} :: To awake, wake up
herätä {vi} [figuratively] :: to arise, be aroused:
herätä {vi} [figuratively] :: to (be) revive(d), come to life:
heräte {n} :: stimulus
herätellä {vt} :: To awaken (repeatedly)
herätellä {vt} :: To stir up (continuously, gradually)
hertsi {n} [physics, electronics] :: hertz
hertsileijaa {interj} :: oh my, oh goodness, oh Lord
herättää {v} :: To wake up, awake(n)
herättää {v} [figuratively] :: To awaken, stir (up), rouse
herättää {v} :: To evoke
herättää {v} [figuratively] :: To (a)rouse, revive, bring (back) to life
herättää {v} [figuratively] :: To arouse, raise, provoke, call forth, stir up:
hertta {n} [card games] :: heart (only as a symbol on playing-cards)
Hertta {prop} :: given name
hertta-akka {n} [colloquial, card games] :: synonym of herttakuningatar
herttainen {adj} :: sweet (having a pleasing disposition)
herttajätkä {n} :: jack of hearts, knave of hearts
herttakakkonen {n} [cards] :: two of hearts
herttakasi {n} [cards] :: eight of hearts
herttakolmonen {n} [cards] :: three of hearts
herttakuningas {n} :: king of hearts
herttakuningatar {n} :: queen of hearts (a playing card)
herttakuutonen {n} [cards] :: six of hearts
herttakymppi {n} [cards] :: ten of hearts
herttamainen {adj} [botany] :: cordate (of leaf, heart-shaped, with the petiole or stem attached to the notch)
herttanelonen {n} [cards] :: four of hearts
herttarouva {n} :: queen of hearts
herttaseiska {n} [cards] :: seven of hearts
herttasotilas {n} :: jack of hearts
herttaässä {n} [cards] :: ace of hearts
herttavitonen {n} [cards] :: five of hearts
herttaysi {n} [cards] :: nine of hearts
herättäjä {n} :: awakener (one who awakens someone)
herttu {n} :: cisticola (any bird of the Cisticolidae family, consisting of about 120 species)
herttua {n} :: duke
herttua-apina {n} :: red-shanked douc (Pygathrix nemaeus)
herttuakunta {n} :: duchy
herttuatar {n} :: duchess
herätys {n} :: wake-up, awakening (act or instance of being awakened)
herätys {n} [religion] :: revival, awakening
herätys {n} [military] :: reveille
herätyskello {n} :: alarm clock
herätyskello {n} [figuratively] :: wake-up call (alert, reminder, or call to action caused by a dramatic event)
herätyskokous {n} [Christianity] :: revival meeting
herätysliike {n} :: revivalist movement (movement that seeks reawakening of religious values and true faith, often founded by a charismatic leader)
herätyssoitto {n} :: wake-up call
Hertzsprungin-Russellin kaavio {n} [astronomy] :: Hertzsprung-Russell diagram
herua {v} :: To trickle, ooze
herua {v} [figuratively] :: To give or cede, especially as a response to someone's efforts
herukka {n} :: currant (species of genus Ribes)
heruttaa {v} [agriculture] :: of cattle, to cause to secrete milk
heruttaa {v} :: to extract
heruttaa {v} :: to give rise to (to be the origin of; to produce; to result in)
heruttaa {v} [slang] :: to seek the attention (or sex, money, etc.) of the opposite gender
heruttaa {v} [usually, of females] :: (slang) to wear a very open-collared shirt that reveals cleavage
hervahtaa {vi} :: to flop, to loosen
hervota {vi} :: to loosen
hervoton {adj} :: limp
hervoton {adj} [slang] :: outrageous, extremely funny, amazing
hervottomin {adj} :: superlative of hervoton
Hesa {prop} [dialectal] :: nickname of the city of Helsinki
hesalainen {n} :: synonym of helsinkiläinen
hesari {n} :: Alternative capitalization of Hesari
Hesari {prop} :: A very commonly - even by the newspaper itself - used nickname of Helsingin Sanomat (Finland's largest newspaper)
Hesari {prop} :: A nickname of one of the major streets of Helsinki, the Helsinginkatu
Hese {prop} :: A nickname of Finland's leading hamburger restaurant chain Hesburger
Hesekiel {prop} :: Ezekiel [biblical character]
Hesekiel {prop} :: the book of Ezekiel
Hesiodos {prop} :: Hesiod (Ancient Greek poet)
Hessen {prop} :: Hesse (state)
Hessu {prop} :: A common nickname derived from the first name Heikki
Hessu {prop} :: Goofy (Disney character)
Hessu Hopo {prop} :: Goofy (Disney character)
het {pron} [personal, dialectal, including, Kven] :: they [only of people]
Heta {prop} :: given name
hete {n} :: A quagmire or morass, a swampy, soggy spot. Hete is a relatively small soggy area, but big enough to stop a man or horse
hetero- {prefix} :: hetero- (other; different)
hetero {n} :: heterosexual, hetero (person)
hetero {adj} :: heterosexual; used mainly as modifier in compound terms
heteroatomi {n} [organic chemistry] :: heteroatom
heterofonia {n} [music] :: heterophony
heteroforia {n} [pathology] :: heterophoria
heterogamia {n} :: heterogamy
heterogeeninen {adj} :: heterogeneous
heterogeenisyys {n} :: heterogeneity
heterografti {n} [medicine] :: A xenotransplant (that which is transplanted in a xenotransplantation)
heteromies {n} :: heterosexual man
heteronormatiivisuus {n} :: heteronormativity
heteronyymi {n} :: heteronym
heteroosi {n} :: heterosis
heterorakenne {n} [physics] :: heterostructure
heteroseksi {n} :: heterosex
heteroseksuaali {n} :: heterosexual
heteroseksuaalinen {adj} :: heterosexual
heteroseksuaalisuus {n} :: heterosexuality
heterosuhde {n} :: heterosexual relationship
heterotransplantaatio {n} [medicine, dated] :: A xenotransplantation (transplantation of an organ or part thereof from one species to another).
heterotrofinen {adj} :: heterotrophic
heterotsygootti {n} :: heterozygote
heterotsygoottinen {adj} :: heterozygous (of an organism which has two different alleles of a given gene)
heterous {n} :: heterosexuality
heti {adv} :: right away
heti {adv} :: as soon as
hetiö {n} [botany] :: An androecium
heti kun {phrase} :: as soon as (immediately after)
hetimmiten {adv} [colloquial] :: at once, as soon as possible
heti paikalla {phrase} [idiomatic] :: right away (at this very moment; used often to strengthen a demand)
heti perään {phrase} :: immediately thereafter
hetkahtaa {vi} :: to sway, to droop (shake or move suddenly, often violently, sometimes downwards)
hetkauttaa {vt} :: to jerk
hetkauttaa {vt} :: to shock
hetkellinen {adj} :: Momentary, brief, fleeting; transitory, transient
hetkellisesti {adv} :: momentarily
hetkellisyys {n} :: momentariness
hetken aikaa {adv} :: awhile, for a while (for some time; for a short time)
hetkessä {adv} :: in a minute, in a flash (very quickly)
hetki {n} :: moment (particular point of time)
hetki {n} :: moment, minute (brief, unspecified amount of time)
hetkinen {n} :: diminutive of hetki
hetkinen {n} :: moment, minute (short but unspecified period of time)
hetkua {vi} [of jelly, fat etc.] :: To shake
hetkutella {v} :: Frequentative aspect of the verb hetkuttaa (to shake)
hetkuttaa {vt} :: to shake; used of shaking flexible objects
hetteikkö {n} :: quagmire (swampy, soggy area)
hetu {n} :: identity number
hetula {n} [physiology] :: baleen
hetulavalas {n} :: baleen whale
heuristiikka {n} :: heuristics
heuristinen {adj} :: heuristic
hevari {n} [colloquial] :: a metalhead
heven {n} [rare] :: alternative form of hepene
hevi {n} [colloquial, music] :: heavy metal
hevillä {adv} :: hardly, not easily
hevin {adv} :: hardly, not easily
hevirokkari {n} [colloquial] :: heavy metal musician
hevonen {n} :: horse, Equus caballus
hevonen {n} [gymnastics] :: horse
hevonen {n} [chess] :: knight
hevonen {n} [colloquial] :: horsepower (short for hevosvoima)
hevonen {n} :: As a modifier in a compound term (appears as the stem hevos-), signifies horse or equine
hevonkuusi {n} [mildly, vulgar] :: hell
hevonpaska {n} [vulgar] :: horseshit, bullshit, shit
hevonperse {n} [vulgar] :: shit, ass
hevonvittu {n} [vulgar] :: bullshit, hell, fuck, devil
hevonvittu {n} [vulgar] :: In genitive singular (hevonvitun) an intensifier; fucking, shitty, damned
hevonvitunperse {interj} [extremely, vulgar] :: fuck, cunt
hevosasento {n} [martial arts] :: horse stance
hevoseläin {n} :: equine, horse (any member of the family Equidae)
hevoseläin {n} [in plural] :: Equidae (taxonomic family of horses)
hevosenkengittäjä {n} :: A farrier
hevosenkenkä {n} :: A horseshoe
hevosenkenkäyökkö {n} :: horseshoe bat (bat of the genus Rhinolophus)
hevosenleikki {n} :: horseplay
hevosenliha {n} :: horsemeat
hevosen munkki {n} :: A piece of horse manure
hevosinfluenssa {n} :: equine influenza
hevosjuotikas {n} :: Haemopis sanguisuga, a leech
hevoskastanja {n} :: horse-chestnut, horse chestnut; buckeye [US] (any tree of the genus Aesculus)
hevoskastanja {n} :: common horse chestnut, Aesculus hippocastanum
hevoskärpänen {n} :: forest fly, horse tick, Hippobosca equina
hevoskärpänen {n} :: horse bug (enthusiasm for horses)
hevoskärryt {n} :: horse and carriage, cabriole
hevoskuiskaaja {n} :: horse whisperer
hevoskuuri {n} :: drastic cure
hevoslääkäri {n} :: hippiater (veterinarian specializing in horse care)
hevosmainen {adj} :: horselike
hevosmies {n} :: A horseman (man skilled in horsemanship)
hevosmuurahainen {n} :: carpenter ant (Camponotus herculeanus)
hevospaarma {n} :: A horsefly, Tabanus bovinus
hevospari {n} :: span, pair of horses
hevospeli {n} :: horse as means of transportation
hevospoolo {n} :: polo
hevostalli {n} :: horse stable
hevosvetoinen {adj} :: horse-drawn
hevosvoima {n} [physics] :: horsepower (old unit for power)
Häggman {prop} :: surname
höh {interj} :: An exclamation or expression of concern or resentment about a problem or error
höh {interj} :: Used to express anger, contempt or similar emotions
häh {interj} :: huh?
häh {interj} :: ha (expression of mean-spirited laughter)
höhä {n} [slang] :: junk (miscellaneous items of little value)
h-hetki {n} :: zero hour, H-hour
höhlä {n} :: a fool
höhlä {adj} :: fool
hähättää {vi} :: to laugh in a cruel or jeering manner
hähätys {n} :: evil laugh
hiaisin {n} :: razor strop (leather strop for whetting a razor)
hiatus {n} [linguistics] :: A hiatus (syllable break between two vowels)
hiatus {n} [anatomy] :: A hiatus (opening in an organ)
hibernaakkeli {n} :: synonym of talvehtimissilmu
hibernaalinen {adj} [rare] :: hibernal (of or pertaining to winter)
hibernoida {v} [rare] :: to hibernate
hibiskus {n} :: hibiscus (flower of the genus Hibiscus)
hidas {adj} :: slow
hidasaaltouni {n} :: slow-wave sleep
hidasajatuksinen {adj} :: slow-thinking
hidasjärkinen {adj} :: slow-witted
hidaskasvuinen {adj} :: slowly growing
hidaskatu {n} :: slow street (street on which the traffic has been slowed down, often limited to 30 km/h or less, using signs or physical barriers like traffic islands, bumps, or plantings)
hidaslori {n} :: Sunda loris (Nycticebus coucang)
hidasälyinen {adj} :: slow-witted, dull, obtuse, sluggish, dim, dim-witted, dense, thick
hidasoppinen {adj} :: slow to learn, slow learning
hidaspuheinen {adj} :: slowly-speaking
hidastaa {vt} :: to slow, slow down, slacken/reduce/cut speed, retard; delay, hold up
hidastahtinen {adj} :: slow paced
hidaste {n} :: roadblock
hidastella {v} :: to drag one's feet
hidastempoinen {adj} :: Having slow tempo; tedious
hidastetöyssy {n} :: speed bump
hidastin {n} :: A device or arrangement designed to slow down something:
hidastin {n} :: retarder, retardant
hidastin {n} :: moderator (nuclear reaction)
hidastin {n} :: inhibitor (chemical reaction)
hidastua {vi} :: To slow down
hidastus {n} :: slowing, slowdown
hidastus {n} :: slowed-down replay
hidastus {n} [film] :: slow motion, slo-mo (technique)
hidastuslakko {n} :: work-to-rule (labor protest in which the minimum work is carried out)
hidastustöyssy {n} :: speed bump
hidastuttaa {vt} :: To hinder, delay, impede
hidastuvuus {n} :: deceleration (rate by which speed or velocity decreases)
hie {n} :: microsection (extremely thin slice of stone, metal or other hard material prepared for microscopic inspection)
hie {n} [rare] :: the quality of grinding, degree of sharpness
hieho {n} :: heifer
hiekanjyvä {n} :: grain of sand
hiekanruskea {adj} :: sand [color]
hiekka {n} :: sand
hiekka {n} :: gravel, the small kind used to prevent slippery pavement conditions
hiekka-aavikko {n} :: sand desert
hiekkadyyni {n} :: sand dune
hiekkaerämaa {n} :: sand desert
hiekkaeste {n} [golf] :: bunker
hiekkaharju {n} :: esker
hiekkahentunen {n} :: A type of baked good, made with butter, sugar, ground almond, egg yolks and wheat flour, usually served with a topping of whipped cream and jam or fresh berries
hiekkainen {adj} :: sandy
hiekkaisuus {n} :: sandiness
hiekkajyvä {n} :: grain of sand
hiekkakasa {n} :: pile of sand
hiekkakello {n} :: hourglass
hiekkakivi {n} :: sandstone
hiekkakylpy {n} :: sand bath (bath in which the body is immersed in hot sand)
hiekkakylpy {n} :: sand bath (of many birds and mammals, act of rolling in sand)
hiekkalaatikko {n} :: A sandbox
hiekkalinna {n} :: sandcastle
hiekkamyrsky {n} :: sandstorm
hiekkapaperi {n} [colloquial] :: synonym of hiomapaperi
hiekkapestä {vt} :: to sandwash
hiekkapilvi {n} :: sand cloud
hiekkapohja {n} :: sand bottom (of water)
hiekkapuhallus {n} :: sandblasting, abrasive blasting (method for stripping paint, rust etc. from hard surfaces)
hiekkapuhaltaa {v} :: to sandblast
hiekkaranta {n} :: beach (sandy shore)
hiekkariutta {n} :: sand reef
hiekkasärkkä {n} :: sandbank
hiekkatie {n} :: sand road
hiekkatörmä {n} :: sand cliff
hiekoitin {n} :: sand spreader (device to spread sand on the ground, typically to prevent slipperiness)
hiekoittaa {vt} :: To (cover with) sand
hieman {adv} :: a little, bit, tad, slightly
hienhaju {n} :: smell of sweat, body odour
hieno {adj} :: fine
hieno {adj} :: elegant, fancy, posh
hieno {adj} :: exquisite
hieno {adj} :: great, wonderful
hienohelma {n} [pejorative] :: dandy (man very concerned about his clothes and appearance)
hienohelma {n} :: candy-ass
hienoin {adj} :: superlative of hieno
hienoinen {adj} [figuratively] :: Slight
hienonnin {n} :: grinder
hienontaa {vt} :: To crush, grind (something into smaller pieces)
hienontua {vi} :: To be crushed, be ground (into smaller pieces)
hienopuuseppä {n} :: cabinetmaker
hienorakenne {n} :: fine structure
hienosokeri {n} :: caster sugar, berry sugar
hienosäätö {n} :: finetuning, tuning
hienostelija {n} :: dandy
hienosti {adv} :: nicely, elegantly, very well (in a manner showing great virtue or skill)
hienostua {vi} :: To become classy, elegant, sophisticated
hienostuneisuus {n} :: delicacy (elegance, refinement)
hienostunut {adj} :: exquisite, refined, classy, polished, sophisticated
hienota {v} :: To pulverize (intransitive: to be rendered into dust or powder)
hienota {v} :: To thin (intransitive: to become thin or thinner)
hienotunteinen {adj} :: considerate, tactful, discreet
hienotunteisesti {adv} :: considerately, tactfully
hienotunteisuus {n} :: Noun of hienotunteinen
hienoudet {n} :: bells and whistles, gadgetry, frills (extra features added for show rather than function; fancy additions or features)
hienous {n} :: the quality of being hieno (fine, elegant, exquisite, great, wonderful); finesse
hienous {n} :: frill (luxury); usually in plural
hienovarainen {adj} :: subtle
hienovarainen {adj} :: tactful, sensitive, delicate
hienovaraisesti {adv} :: discreetly
hienovaraisuus {n} :: considerateness, tactfulness
hieraista {vi} :: To quickly rub once something (e.g. one's eyes)
hierakka {n} [plant] :: dock (plants in the genus Rumex)
hierarkia {n} :: hierarchy
hierarkkinen {adj} :: hierarchic
hieroa {vt} :: To massage
hieroa {v} :: To rub
hieroa nenää {phrase} :: to rub a nose
hieroa silmiä {phrase} :: to rub eyes
hieroduuli {n} :: hierodule
hieroglyfi {n} :: hieroglyph
hieroglyfikirjoitus {n} :: hieroglyphic writing
hieroja {n} :: masseur, masseuse, massage therapist
hierojatar {n} [rare, dated] :: masseuse
hieromasauva {n} :: vibrator, dildo
hieronta {n} :: massage
hierontatuoli {n} :: massage chair
hierottaa {vt} :: To have massaged
hieroutua {v} [rare] :: to be rubbed or massaged tender
hieroutua {v} :: to be ground fine
hieroutuma {n} :: alternative form of hiertymä
hierre {n} :: refined mechanical pulp
hierrin {n} :: pestle
hiertää {vt} :: to abrade, chafe
hiertää {vt} [figuratively, + partitive] :: to gnaw at, nag at, bother, gall
hierto {n} :: grinding
hiertokone {n} [construction] :: trowel machine, power trowel
hiertyä {vi} :: To be rubbed, be chafed, be abraded
hiertymä {n} [medicine] :: abrasion
hieskoivu {n} :: downy birch, Betula pubescens
hiestää {v} [rare] :: alternative form of hiostaa
hiestyä {vi} :: To get sweaty
hiesu {n} :: silt (mineral soil with dominating particle size from 2 μm to 20 μm)
hieta {n} :: silt, fine sand (mineral soil with dominating particle size from 20 μm to 60 μm)
hietakiitäjäinen {n} :: tiger beetle
hietakissa {n} :: sand cat, Felis margarita
hietakuha {n} :: walleye (Sander vitreus or Stizostedion vitreum)
hietakyyhky {n} :: sandgrouse (bird of the family Pteroclididae)
Hietala {prop} :: surname
Hietala {prop} :: Any of a number of small places in Finland
Hietanen {prop} :: surname
hietasimpukka {n} :: venus clam, Venus clam, venerid (clam of the family Veneridae)
hietatokko {n} :: sand goby (Pomatoschistus minutus)
hietikko {n} :: An expanse of sand
hietikkosara {n} [plant] :: sand sedge, Carex arenaria
hievahtaa {vi} :: To budge
hievauttaa {vt} :: To budge
hiffata {vt} [slang] :: To understand, get it
hifi {n} :: hi-fi, high fidelity
hifisti {n} :: hi-fi enthusiast
HIFK {prop} :: A leading sports club in Helsinki, playing in the national league in several team sports
Higgsin bosoni {n} [particle] :: Higgs boson
hiha {n} :: sleeve or an arm of a shirt, jacket etc
hiha {n} [heraldry] :: maunch
hihallinen {adj} :: sleeved
hihasillaan {adv} :: in shirtsleeves (having only one's shirt covering the upper body, i.e. wearing no coat or jacket)
hihastin {n} :: sleeve garter (band worn around upper arm to hold the shirt sleeve in desired position)
hihaton {adj} :: sleeveless
hihhuli {n} [colloquial, derogatory] :: A religious person; a zealot, a Jesus freak, a Holy Roller
hihhuloida {v} :: (disparagingly) to be enthusiastic about something
hihhuloida {v} :: to rage, rampage
hihittää {vi} :: To snicker, titter
hihittely {n} :: snickering, tittering
hihitys {n} :: titter
hihkaista {vi} :: to shout shrilly, to call out, to shriek
hihkua {v} :: To yell, scream in a joyful manner
hihkunta {n} :: yelling, screaming
hihna {n} :: strap, band; especially one that is made of leather or other strong material
hihna {n} :: thong (leather strap)
hihna {n} :: leash, lead
hihna {n} [machinery] :: belt
hihna {n} [colloquial] :: conveyor, especially belt conveyor
hihnoittaa {vt} :: to equip with straps, bands or belts
hiidenkirnu {n} [geology] :: A pothole (pit formed in the bed of a turbulent stream)
hiidenkiuas {n} :: A barrow consisting of a pile of rocks
hiidenkivi {n} :: A glacial erratic, a large piece of rock that has been relocated by glacial ice
Hiidenmaa {prop} :: Hiiumaa (island in Estonia)
hiihdellä {v} :: to ski (indifferently and/or repeatedly)
hiihdin {n} [rare] :: A ski
hiihdäntä {n} :: skiing
hiihtää {vi} :: To ski
hiihtäjä {n} :: skier
hiihtäminen {n} :: skiing
hiihto {n} :: skiing
hiihto {n} :: In plural, skiing games
hiihtohissi {n} :: ski lift
hiihtohousut {n} :: ski pants, also skipants, skiing pants, skiing trousers
hiihtokausi {n} :: ski season
hiihtokenkä {n} :: skiing shoe
hiihtokeskus {n} :: ski resort
hiihtokilpailu {n} :: skiing competition
hiihtokoulu {n} :: A ski school
hiihtolatu {n} :: ski trail
hiihtoliitto {n} :: A national association of skiers
hiihtoliitto {n} :: short form of Suomen_Hiihtoliitto (Finnish Ski Association)
hiihtoloma {n} :: Originally, a one week's holiday given to schoolchildren in February that was supposed to be spent skiing
hiihtoloma {n} :: By extension, any winter break, winter vacation, winter holidays
hiihtotyyli {n} :: skiing style
hiilari {n} [colloquial] :: carb (carbohydrate)
hiilentuotanto {n} :: coal production
hiiletön {adj} :: carbon-free, free of carbon or carbon emissions
hiiletön {adj} :: coal-free, lacking coal
hiilettää {vt} :: to carburize (to increase the carbon content of; especially steel)
hiilettyä {vi} :: to carburize (to absorb an increased amount of carbon, such as steel as a result of certain treatment)
hiili {n} :: coal (fossil fuel)
hiili {n} :: charcoal (fuel)
hiili {n} :: charcoal (carbon stick used for drawing)
hiili {n} [chemistry] :: carbon (chemical element)
hiili {n} :: cinder (partially burnt, carbonized piece of wood)
hiiliajoitus {n} :: carbon dating
hiiliatomi {n} :: carbon atom
hiilidioksidi {n} :: carbon dioxide (CO2)
hiilidioksidikauppa {n} :: carbon credit market
hiilidioksidipäästö {n} :: carbon dioxide emission
hiilidioksidivero {n} :: carbon tax (tax levied on the use of fossil fuels)
hiilidisulfidi {n} [chemistry] :: carbon disulfide
hiilihanko {n} :: A poker (metal rod for poking)
hiilihapollinen {adj} :: carbonated (of drinks etc., with added carbon dioxide)
hiilihapotettu {adj} :: carbonated (containing added carbon dioxide)
hiilihapoton {adj} :: noncarbonated, still (of a drink, not containing carbon dioxide)
hiilihapottaa {v} :: to carbonate (to charge with carbon dioxide, e.g. a drink)
hiilihappo {n} [chemistry] :: carbonic acid
hiilihappojää {n} :: dry ice (solid carbon dioxide)
hiilihydraatti {n} :: carbohydrate
hiilijalanjälki {n} [ecology] :: carbon footprint
hiilikaivos {n} :: coal mine
hiilikausi {n} :: Carboniferous period
hiilikautinen {adj} :: Carboniferous
hiilikenttä {n} :: coalfield (region containing deposits of coal that may be mined)
hiilikenttä {n} :: coal yard (outdoor storage facility for coal)
hiilikierto {n} :: carbon cycle
hiilikopio {n} :: carbon copy
hiilikuitu {n} :: carbon fiber (filament)
hiilikuitu {n} :: short for hiilikuitukomposiitti (graphite composite) (lightweight, stiff composite material made with carbon fibers)
hiilikuitukangas {n} :: carbon fiber (cloth)
hiilikuitukomposiitti {n} :: carbon fiber reinforced plastic, carbon-fiber-reinforced polymer, graphite composite, graphite-reinforced plastic, CFRP (composite plastic made with graphite fibers)
hiilikuitusauva {n} :: A ski pole made of carbon fiber
hiililaiva {n} [nautical] :: collier
hiilimonoksidi {n} [chemistry] :: carbon monoxide
hiilimusta {n} :: carbon black, coal black
hiilimusta {adj} :: carbon black, coal black
hiilipaperi {n} :: carbon paper
hiilipitoinen {adj} :: carbonaceous, carboniferous (containing carbon)
hiilipäästö {n} :: carbon emission
hiiliryhmä {n} :: carbon group
hiilistö {n} :: embers
hiilisuboksidi {n} [chemistry] :: carbon suboxide
hiilisuoni {n} [geology] :: coal seam, coal bed
hiilisykli {n} :: carbon cycle
hiiliteräs {n} :: carbon steel
hiilitetrabromidi {n} [chemistry] :: tetrabromomethane
hiilitetrakloridi {n} :: carbon tetrachloride
hiilitähti {n} [astronomy] :: carbon star
hiilivero {n} :: carbon tax (tax levied on the use of fossil fuels)
hiilivety {n} :: hydrocarbon
hiilivoima {n} :: coal power
hiilivoimala {n} :: coal plant
hiilivuoto {n} :: carbon leakage
hiillos {n} :: embers
hiillostaa {v} [colloquial] :: To grill, interrogate
hiillostua {vi} :: To char
hiillyttää {vt} :: To char
hiiltää {vt} :: to char (blacken by heat)
hiilto {n} :: carbonization, charring
hiiltyä {vi} :: To become charred
hiiltyä {vi} :: To get angry, steam
hiipata {v} [rare] :: synonym of hiippailla
hiipiä {v} :: To sneak (creep or steal)
hiipiä {v} :: To tiptoe
hiipiä {v} :: To creep (move slowly and quietly)
hiipiä {v} :: To creep (change gradually)
hiipiä {v} :: To slink (sneak about furtively)
hiippa {n} :: mitre (covering for the head worn by church dignitaries)
hiippailija {n} :: sneak, sneaker
hiippailla {v} :: To sneak
hiippailla {v} :: To tiptoe
hiippakunta {n} [Christianity] :: diocese, bishopric, see (region administered by a bishop)
hiippaläppä {n} [anatomy] :: mitral valve
hiippari {n} :: A sneak (mean, sneaking fellow)
hiipua {v} :: to die down
hiipua {v} :: to flag, to weaken (to become feeble)
hiirakko {n} :: A horse that has gray hair on black skin
hiirenkorva {n} :: A new leaf of a tree that is about to unfold
hiirenkorva {n} :: dogear (folded corner of a page in a book)
hiirenloukku {n} :: mousetrap (device to catch mice)
hiirennakki {n} [dialectal] :: synonym of hiirenloukku
hiirenohra {n} :: wall barley, Hordeum murinum
hiirenpoikanen {n} :: baby mouse
hiiren rulla {n} [computing] :: mouse wheel
hiirenvirna {n} :: tufted vetch (Vicia cracca)
hiirestää {v} :: To mouse (to catch mice)
hiiri {n} :: A mouse, used rather indiscriminately for a number of small mouse-resembling rodents mostly in the zoologic family Muridae, but also in Zapodidae and Gliridae
hiiri {n} [computing] :: A computer mouse
hiiribaari {n} :: A box containing poisoned bait for killing mice, designed so that mice have an easy access to it, but e.g. pets and birds don't
hiirihaukka {n} :: common buzzard, Buteo buteo
hiirihaukka {n} :: buzzard, buteo (bird of the genus Buteo)
hiirihaukka {n} [in plural] :: Buteo (genus)
hiirimaki {n} :: mouse lemur (any of lemurs of the genus Microcebus)
hiirimatto {n} :: A mouse pad
hiirimäinen {adj} :: mouselike
hiiripöllö {n} :: northern hawk owl; Surnia ulula
hiiripuumuura {n} :: mouse-colored antshrike
hiironen {n} :: diminutive of hiiri
hiironen {n} [affectionately] :: mousekin (small, cute mouse)
hiiru {n} :: New World mouse (any of a large number of small mouse-like rodents native to the Americas)
hiirulainen {n} [affectionately] :: mousekin (small, cute mouse)
hiirulainen {n} :: mouse, sheep (shy person)
hiirulainen {n} :: pip-squeak, milquetoast (small and insignificant person)
hiirunen {n} :: harvest mouse (a New World mouse of the genus Reithrodontomys)
hiisi {n} :: A malicious creature in Finnish mythology
hiisi {n} :: (mild expletive) goblin, devil, demon, hell
hiiskahdus {n} :: peep (feeble utterance or complaint)
hiiskahtaa {vi} :: to make a (quiet) sound (usually only used for negative sentences)
hiiskaus {n} :: synonym of hiiskahdus
hiiskua {vi} :: to breathe, whisper; mainly used in negative sentences
hiitata {v} :: To run a horse at racing speed as part of its training programme
hiitti {n} [horse racing] :: hit-out (practice)
hiiva {n} :: yeast
hiivainen {adj} :: yeasty
hiivasieni {n} :: yeast, yeast fungus
hiivasienitulehdus {n} [pathology] :: candidiasis, thrush, yeast infection (fungal infection caused by any of the Candida yeast species)
hiivata {vt} [nautical] :: to heave
hiivatti {adj} :: Used as a mild intensifier
hiivatti {interj} :: damn, dammit
hiivintä {n} :: sneaking, tiptoeing
hiiviskelijä {n} :: A sneaker (one who sneaks)
hiiviskellä {vi} :: To sneak, mouse (to mouse around)
hiiviskellä {vi} :: To tiptoe
hijab {n} :: hijab (headscarf)
häijy {adj} :: wicked, mean, vicious
häijympi {adj} :: comparative of häijy
hikari {n} [slang] :: swot, nerd
hikeentyä {vi} :: To get sweaty
hikeentyä {vi} [colloquial] :: To get angry or flustered
hikevä {adj} [of ground] :: moist
hikeytyä {vi} :: To get sweaty
hiki {n} :: sweat, perspiration
hikihuokonen {n} [anatomy] :: sweat pore (opening of a sweat gland)
häikäilemätön {adj} :: unscrupulous
häikäilemättömyys {n} :: unscrupulousness
hikinauha {n} :: sweatband
hikinauha {n} :: headband (band worn around the head in sports)
hikinen {adj} :: sweaty
hikipaja {n} :: sweatshop
hikipinko {n} [derogative] :: swot (especially studious student)
hikirakkulatauti {n} [pathology] :: miliaria
hikirauhanen {n} [anatomy] :: A sweat gland
häikäisevä {adj} :: glaring, dazzling, shining
häikäistä {vt} :: To blind, dazzle
häikäistyä {vi} :: To become blinded, dazzled
häikäistynyt {adj} :: dazzled, awestruck
häikäisy {n} :: dazzling, glare
häikäisysuoja {n} :: sun visor, glare screen
hikka {n} :: hiccup
hikka {n} :: hiccups
hikke {n} :: (colloquial, slang, somewhat rare) A person who is addicted to studying; who studies excessively
hikkori {n} :: hickory
hikkoripuu {n} :: hickory
hikoaminen {n} :: sweating
hikoileminen {n} :: sweating
hikoilla {vi} :: to sweat, perspire
hikoilu {n} :: perspiration, sweating
hikoiluttaa {v} :: to feel sweaty
hikoiluttaa {vt} :: to make sweaty, to cause to sweat
hila {n} :: lattice
hila {n} [optics] :: diffraction grating
hilata {v} :: To haul
hilautua {vi} :: to be hauled, to be dragged
hilavakio {n} [mineralogy] :: lattice constant
hilavitkutin {n} :: An unspecified piece of apparatus, or one for which one does not know a real name, a gimmick or a thingamajig. Although they can be considered as synonyms, hilavitkutin would normally refer to something considerably more technically sophisticated than vehje or vekotin
Hilbertin avaruus {n} :: Hilbert space
Hilda {prop} :: given name, cognate to English Hilda
hile {n} :: small ice crystal (usually in plural), often found floating in air
hile {n} :: glitter
häilähtää {vt} :: momentarily reflect or project
Hilja {prop} :: given name
hiljaa {adv} :: quietly, quiet, silently
hiljaa {adv} :: slowly
hiljainen {adj} :: quiet
hiljainen {adj} :: silent
hiljainen {adj} :: tacit
hiljainen {adj} :: untalkative, taciturn
hiljainen hetki {n} :: moment of silence
hiljainen viikko {n} :: The Holy Week
hiljaisempi {adj} :: comparative of hiljainen
hiljaisesti {adv} :: silently
hiljaisuus {n} :: silence
hiljalleen {adv} :: slowly, little by little
hiljan {adv} [dated] :: hiljattain
hiljattain {adv} :: recently, the other day
hiljattainen {adj} :: recent
hiljentää {vt} :: To silence, mute, muffle
hiljentää {vt} :: To slow (driving speed)
hiljentyä {vi} :: To quiet
hiljetä {vi} :: To become silent
hiljetä {vi} :: To shut up
hilkka {n} :: bonnet
Hilkka {prop} :: given name
hilla {n} :: cloudberry, Rubus chamaemorus
Hilla {prop} :: given name
hillasato {n} :: cloudberry crop (production)
hillasato {n} :: cloudberry harvest (yield)
hillastaa {v} :: to pick cloudberries
hillastaja {n} :: cloudberry picker (one who picks cloudberries)
hillasuo {n} :: cloudberry mire (mire on which cloudberries grow)
Hille {prop} :: given name, a rather rare short form of Hillevi
hilleri {n} :: polecat (Mustela putorius)
hillerikärppä {n} :: Patagonian weasel, Lyncodon patagonicus
Hillevi {prop} :: given name
hillintä {n} :: restrain, control
hillitä {vt} :: to restrain, curb (to control or keep in check)
hillitä {v} :: ~ itsensä = to keep it together, forbear (to maintain composure; to avoid an overly emotional reaction; to suppress an instinct or urge; to control oneself when provoked)
hillitä {v} :: to rein in, check, bridle (to stop or slow something, by exercising control)
hillitä {v} [medicine] :: to obtund (to reduce the edge or effects of)
hillitä {v} :: to temper (to moderate or control)
hillitön {adj} :: unrestrained
hillittömästi {adv} :: unrestrainedly (in an unrestrained manner)
hillittömyys {n} :: unrestrainedness (state of being unrestrained)
hillitty {adj} :: restrained, controlled, composed
hillitty {adj} :: muted (e.g. color)
hillitysti {adv} :: restrainedly
hillitysti {adv} :: mutedly
hillo {n} :: jam, jelly
hillo {n} [slang] :: money
hilloinen {adj} :: jammy
hilloke {n} :: compote
hillomunkki {n} :: Berliner (round donut with jam filling, rolled in crystal sugar)
hillopurkki {n} :: jar, jamjar
hillosipuli {n} :: wild leek, Allium ampeloprasum (wild onion native to southern Europe and western Asia, cultivated and consequently naturalized in many other places)
hillosipuli {n} :: pickled onion
hillota {v} :: to jelly (to make jam or jelly out of fruit or other vegetable matter)
hilloutua {vi} :: To become jam
hillua {vi} [colloquial] :: to hang around (somewhere)
Hilma {prop} :: given name popular in the 19th century
hilpaista {vi} :: to go quickly over a short distance, often to run an errand
hilpari {n} :: A medieval polearm, a halberd. Often used also for a bill, since the two arms are quite similar and the latter does not have a separate word in Finnish
hilpeä {adj} :: cheerful
hilpeästi {adv} :: cheerfully
hilpeys {n} :: cheer, mirth, joy
Hilppa {prop} :: given name
hilse {n} :: dandruff
hilsehtiä {vi} :: To produce dandruff
hilseillä {vi} :: to scale off, peel, peel off
hilseily {n} :: Scurf, dandruff (the condition of excessive flaking of skin)
hilsettyä {vi} :: To become covered with dandruff
Hiltunen {prop} :: surname
hilut {n} :: change (small coins)
hilut {n} :: chicken feed (small quantity of money)
häilyä {v} :: To hover, waver
häilyvä {adj} :: vacillating
häilyvä {adj} :: flickering
hima {n} [colloquial] :: home
Himalaja {prop} :: Himalaya (one mountain in the mountain range)
Himalaja {prop} :: Himalayas (mountain range)
himalajankorppikotka {n} :: Himalayan griffon vulture, Gyps himalayensis
himalajanmurmeli {n} :: Himalayan marmot (Marmota himalayana)
himalajanmyyrä {n} :: Stoliczka's mountain vole, Alticola stoliczkanus
himalajanpäästäinen {n} :: Himalayan shrew, Soriculus nigrescens
himalajanrotta {n} :: Himalayan field rat, Rattus nitidus
himalajantragopaani {n} :: Temminck's tragopan, Tragopan temminckii
himalajantulkku {n} :: red-headed bullfinch, Pyrrhula erythrocephala
himalajanviiruorava {n} :: Himalayan striped squirrel, Tamiops mcclellandii
himation {n} :: himation
himmeä {adj} :: dim
himmeä {adj} [colloquial] :: strange, bizarre, mind-bending
himmeli {n} :: a type of hanging, mobile decoration made of straw or other similar material
himmeli {n} [pejorative] :: organization chart, shot for hallintohimmeli
himmennin {n} :: A dimmer
himmennin {n} [optics] :: A diaphragm
himmentää {vt} :: to dim
himmentää {vt} [photography] :: to diaphragm (to reduce lens aperture using an optical diaphragm)
himmentyä {vi} :: To dim
himmeästi {adv} :: dimly
himmetä {vi} :: To dim
himo {n} :: lust, desire, passion, craving
-himoinen {adj} :: Having a lust, desire or craving for
himoita {v} :: To lust, crave, desire
himokas {adj} :: lustful
himokkaasti {adv} :: lustfully
himokkuus {n} :: lustfulness
himoshoppailija {n} :: shopaholic (one who shops very frequently)
himota {v} :: alternative form of himoita
himottaa {vt} [colloquial] :: To lust, crave, desire
himphamppu {n} [colloquial] :: Nonsense
-hin {suffix} :: alternative form of -hVn
hinaaja {n} [nautical] :: A tugboat
hinaaja {n} [colloquial] :: A homosexual man
hinalugi {n} :: Khinalug (person and language)
hinata {v} :: To tow
hinaus {n} :: towing
hinausauto {n} :: tow truck, breakdown lorry, breakdown truck, recovery truck, wrecker (motor vehicle used to tow disabled vehicles)
hinauttaa {vt} :: to have towed
hinautua {vi} :: To be dragged
hindi {n} :: Hindi; one of the official languages of India
hindu {n} :: Hindu (person)
hinduismi {n} :: Hinduism
Hindukuš {prop} :: Hindu Kush (mountain range in Afghanistan and Pakistan)
hindulainen {adj} :: Hindu
hindulaisuus {n} :: Hinduism
hindustani {n} :: Hindustani (language)
hinkata {vt} :: to rub
hinkata {v} :: to polish a turd (to work on a time-consuming and ultimately pointless or impossible task)
hinkki {n} :: A type of (milk) jug
hinku {n} :: itch, craving, urge
hinkua {vi} [colloquial] :: To hanker
hinkuyskä {n} [pathology] :: whooping cough
hinnakas {adj} :: expensive
hinnalla millä hyvänsä {phrase} [idiomatic] :: at all costs, no matter what
hinnasto {n} :: price list, tariff
hinnoitella {v} :: To price (determine or put a price on something)
hinnoittaa {vt} [rare] :: to price
hinnoittelu {n} :: pricing (act of setting a price)
hinnoittelu {n} :: pricing (the level at which a price is set)
hinta {n} :: price
hintaindeksi {n} :: price index
hintainen {adj} :: Having a certain price, used always with a determiner or as head of a compound term; no direct English equivalent
hintakartelli {n} :: price cartel
hintalappu {n} :: price tag, sticker
hintataso {n} :: price level
hintava {adj} :: pricey
hintavakaus {n} [economics] :: price stability
hintelä {adj} :: [of a person] lank
Hintikka {prop} :: surname
hinttari {n} [pejorative] :: a homosexual man: faggot, poof
hintti {n} [pejorative] :: a homosexual man: faggot, poof
hioa {vt} :: To make smoother: grind, whet, hone
hioa {vt} :: To make sharper: grind, sharpen
hioa {vt} :: To sand
hioa {vt} :: To polish, hone, refine (plan, skill, etc.)
hioa {vt} :: To cut, facet (a gem)
hioke {n} :: mechanical pulp
hioma-arkki {n} :: sanding sheet
hiomakangas {n} :: abrasive cloth
hiomakivi {n} :: whetstone
hiomakone {n} :: A grinder
hiomapaperi {n} :: sanding paper, sandpaper
hiomapaperiarkki {n} :: sanding sheet
hiomapöly {n} :: abrasion (substance rubbed off)
hiomaton {adj} :: ungrounded
hiomaton {adj} :: uncut
hiomo {n} :: grindery
hionta {n} :: polishing
hionta {n} :: grinding
hiostaa {vt} :: To make somebody sweat
hiostava {adj} :: sweaty (as causing heat)
hiostua {vi} :: To become sweaty/sweatier
hiostuttaa {vt} [rare] :: alternative form of hiostaa
hiota {vi} :: To sweat
hiottaa {v} :: to make sweat (to cause to sweat)
hiottaa {v} :: to have ground, sanded, honed, sharpened etc. [more senses under hioa]
hioutua {vi} :: To be ground, smoothed
hipaista {vi} :: To touch lightly, graze
hipaisu {n} :: A light touch
hipelöidä {v} :: to grope (to touch another person sexually)
hipelöidä {v} :: to finger (to poke or probe with a finger)
hip-hop {n} :: hip-hop
hiphop {n} :: hip-hop
hipiä {n} :: A smooth and soft skin
hipihiljaa {adv} :: very quiet, very quietly
hipoa {v} :: To touch (barely), to verge on
hippa {n} :: tag (a children's game)
hippi {n} :: hippie
hippiatri {n} :: hippiater (doctor specializing in horse care)
hippiäinen {n} :: goldcrest (Regulus regulus)
häippäistä {vi} [colloquial] :: To leave, sneak off
hippiys {n} :: hippiedom (state or quality of being a hippie)
hippodromi {n} :: hippodrome
hippokampus {n} [anatomy] :: hippocampus
Hippokrateen vala {n} :: The Hippocratic oath
Hippokrates {prop} :: Hippocrates
hippu {n} :: nugget
hippunen {n} :: diminutive of hippu
hippunen {n} :: nugget
hippunen {n} :: pinch (e.g. of salt)
hiprakka {n} :: mild drunkenness, buzzedness; specifically the stage inbetween selvinpäin and humala where one has a light buzz and socializing is made easier, but not the point where one begins to get dizzy, slur heavily, vomit and pass out
hipsiä {v} :: To tiptoe
hipsteri {n} :: hipster (person who is keenly interested in the latest trends)
hipsuttaa {vi} :: To tiptoe
häipätä {vi} [colloquial] :: To leave
häipyä {vi} :: To disappear, vanish (visibly); to fade out/away (audibly)
häipyä {vi} :: To be forgotten, fade
häipyä {vi} [of brakes] :: To fade
häipyä {vi} :: To leave, take off, clear out, take to one's heels, make tracks, skedaddle
häipymä {n} [radio] :: fading
häipyvä {adj} :: evanescent, vanishing, disappearing, transient, transitory
häipyvä {adj} :: momentary, fleeting
hiragana {n} :: hiragana (syllabary)
hiragana {n} :: hiragana (letter of the syllabary)
häiriö {n} :: disorder, trouble
häiriö {n} :: interference, disturbance, disruption
häiriö {n} [medicine] :: disorder
häiriö {n} :: artifact (result of external action or error in an experiment)
häiriintyä {vi} :: To be(come) disturbed
häiriintymätön {adj} :: unperturbed
häiriintynyt {adj} :: disturbed (emotionally)
häiriköidä {v} :: to heckle, to cause trouble
häirikkö {n} :: misbehaver, troublemaker, hooligan
häirintä {n} :: interference
häirintä {n} :: harassment
häiritä {v} :: to disturb, bother, bug
häiritä {v} :: to disrupt
häiritsevä {adj} :: disturbing, disruptive
häiritsijä {n} :: disturber
häiriytyä {vi} :: To become disturbed
hirmu {n} :: monster
hirmu {n} :: [of a person] fright
hirmu {adv} [colloquial] :: very, really, extremely; usually in positive sense
hirmuaika {n} :: age of tyranny
hirmuhallitsija {n} :: tyrant
hirmuinen {adj} :: horrendous, terrible
hirmuisesti {adv} :: terribly
hirmulisko {n} :: dinosaur
hirmumyrsky {n} [meteorology] :: Any storm with hurricane-speed winds, i.e. of the level 12 in the Beaufort scale
hirmumyrsky {n} :: hurricane (tropical storm)
hirmustua {v} :: To get furious
hirmuvaltias {n} :: tyrant
hirnahdella {v} :: To neigh (repeatedly)
hirnahtaa {vi} :: to neigh shortly
hirnua {vi} :: To neigh, to make the sound of a horse
hirnua {vi} [colloquial] :: To laugh with the sound of horse
hirnunta {n} :: neigh
Hirschsprungin tauti {n} [pathology] :: Hirschsprung's disease
hirsi {n} :: log, timber (heavy wooden beam used or carved ready for use in construction of a log house or similar)
hirsi {n} [heraldry] :: fess
hirsimökki {n} :: log cabin (simple house made of logs)
hirsinen {adj} :: [of buildings] Made of logs
hirsipuu {n} :: gallows
hirsipuu {n} :: hangman (game)
hirsitalo {n} :: log house (house made of logs)
hirssi {n} :: millet (any of a group of various grasses whose grains are used as food, widely cultivated in the developing world)
hirssi {n} :: millet (the grains of these grasses)
hirssi {n} :: panicgrass (grass of the genus Panicum, some of which are used as millet)
hirssi {n} :: proso millet, common millet, Panicum miliaceum (the most widely cultivated variant of millet)
hirtehishuumori {n} :: gallows humor (comedy that still manages to be funny in the face of a perfectly hopeless situation)
hirttää {vt} :: To hang (to kill someone by hanging)
hirttäjä {n} :: hangman
hirttäjäiset {n} :: hanging (public event at which a person is hanged)
hirttäminen {n} :: hanging (execution)
hirtto {n} :: hanging
hirttokuolema {n} :: death by hanging
hirttoköysi {n} :: rope (for hanging)
hirttolava {n} :: gallow
hirttosilmukka {n} :: hangman's noose
hirtättää {vt} :: To have someone hanged (by somebody = allative), make somebody (= allative) hang someone
hirttyä {vi} :: To get hanged
hirttäytyä {vi} :: To hang oneself (to commit suicide by hanging oneself)
hirvas {n} :: stag, especially a reindeer
hirveä {adj} :: horrible, terrible
hirveän {adv} :: terribly
hirvenkieli {n} :: hart's tongue, Asplenium scolopendrium (species of fern)
hirvenliha {n} :: Deer, venison; the meat of an elk or moose
hirven nenäsaivartaja {n} :: moose botfly, moose nose botfly, moose throat botfly, Cephenemyia ulrichii (large botfly that attacks chiefly the nostrils and pharyngeal cavity of moose)
Hirvensalo {prop} :: An island within the city of Turku
Hirvensalo {prop} :: surname
hirvensarvisaniainen {n} [plant] :: A fern, Platycerium bifurcatum
hirventalja {n} :: elk, moose fleece
hirvenvasa {n} :: calf (of elk)
hirvestää {v} :: To hunt elks, moose
hirveästi {adv} :: terribly
hirvetä {vt} [auxiliary + infinitive] :: To dare ((to) do), venture (to do), have the courage (to do), be brave enough (to do; sth usually very scary or frightening)
hirvi {n} :: elk, moose (Alces alces)
hirvi {n} :: any large deer, such as an elk, moose or wapiti
hirvi {n} :: meat of these animals
hirvi {n} :: short for hirvieläin
hirviö {n} :: monster
hirviaita {n} :: A fence for preventing moose from crossing a highway
hirviammunta {n} :: field shooting on an elk-shaped target
hirviantilooppi {n} :: common eland (Taurotragus oryx)
hirvieläin {n} [zoology] :: A deer (any animal belonging to the family Cervidae)
hirvihärkä {n} :: male elk, male moose
hirvijahti {n} :: elk hunt, moose hunt
hirvikoira {n} :: Any dog trained for assisting in elk hunting
hirvikärpänen {n} :: deer ked, deer fly (Lipoptena cervi)
hirvilehmä {n} :: doe (female elk or moose)
hirviömäinen {adj} :: monstrous
hirvipassi {n} [hunting] :: A place where the hunter waits for an elk
hirvisika {n} :: babyroussa (Babyrousa babyrussa)
hirviösusi {n} :: dire wolf
hirvitä {v} [rare] :: To dare to do something
hirvitellä {v} :: to bemoan, complain, regret, to dismay or worry about something; especially by using plentifully the adjective hirveä, hirvittävä and similar
hirvittää {v} :: To horrify
hirvittävä {adj} :: horrible
hirvivaara {n} :: A traffic sign warning about places where elks usually cross a road
Hirvonen {prop} :: surname
his {n} [music] :: B-sharp
hisahtaa {vi} :: alternative form of hiiskahtaa
Hisin kimppu {n} [anatomy] :: bundle of His, AV bundle, atrioventricular bundle (bundle of specialized heart muscle cells that transmit electrical impulses from the AV node in the heart to the muscle cells of the heart wall, which contract in response producing the heart beat)
häiskä {n} [colloquial] :: dude, guy, chap
Hiskia {prop} :: Hezekiah [biblical character]
hissa {n} [slang] :: history as a school subject
hissata {vt} :: To heave
hissi {n} :: elevator, lift
hissikori {n} :: A car (the moving, load-carrying component of an elevator)
hissikuilu {n} :: shaft (vertical passage housing a lift)
hissilippu {n} :: lift ticket (badge, slip, card etc. that entitles one to ride a lift, especially a skiing lift)
hissimusiikki {n} [music] :: elevator music
hissipuhe {n} :: elevator pitch
hissitön {adj} [usually of a building] :: without a/an lift(UK)/elevator(US)
hissukka {n} :: milquetoast (timid, quiet person)
hissuttaa {vi} :: To tiptoe
histamiini {n} :: histamine
histidiini {n} [amino acid] ::  histidine
histogrammi {n} :: histogram
histologi {n} :: histologist
histologia {n} [biology] :: histology
historia {n} :: history
historiallinen {adj} :: historic (very important in history or having a long history)
historiallinen {adj} :: historical (of or pertaining to things that are connected with or found in the past)
historiallinen maakunta {n} :: historical province (any of the nine regions of Finland conventionally regarded as "historical", although their borders have varied in the course of the history)
historiallisesti {adv} :: historically
historiallisuus {n} :: historicalness
historianfilosofia {n} :: philosophy of history
historiankirjoitus {n} :: historiography, writing of history
historiikki {n} :: history (description of events)
historiografia {n} :: historiography (study of the discipline and practice of history and the writings of past historians)
historioida {v} :: To study history
historioitsija {n} :: historian
hitaammin {adv} :: comparative of hitaasti
hitaampi {adj} :: comparative of hidas
hitaasti {adv} :: slowly
hitaimmin {adv} :: superlative of hitaasti
hitain {adj} :: superlative of hidas
hitaus {n} :: slowness
hitaus {n} :: inertia
hitausmomentti {n} [physics] :: moment of inertia
hitiö {n} [archaic] :: synonym of bakteeri
Hitler-viikset {n} :: Hitler mustache, Charlie Chaplin mustache
hitosti {adv} [vulgar] :: An intensifier
hitsaaja {n} :: welder
hitsaaminen {n} :: welding (action)
hitsaantua {vi} :: alternative form of hitsautua
hitsari {n} :: A welder (one who welds)
hitsata {vt} :: to weld
hitsaus {n} :: welding
hitsautua {v} :: to become welded
hitsautua {v} [figuratively] :: to knit (to become closely joined)
hitsi {n} :: weld
hitsi {interj} :: gee
Hittavainen {prop} [mythology] :: In Finnish mythology, a deity that helped hare hunters
hitti {n} [of a book, song, movie, any product, etc.] :: Hit, success
hitto {n} [vulgar, mild expletive or intensifier] :: damn, heck, hell, rats or crap. Somewhat comparable to geezers!
hitu {n} :: bit, little bit, tiny bit, ounce (figuratively)
hitunen {n} :: A very small amount of something, a jot, an iota
hiuduttaa {vt} :: to make languish
hiue {n} :: loam (type of mineral soil consisting of sand, silt and clay)
hiuka {n} [dialectal] :: hunger
hiukaista {v} :: To feel hungry
hiukan {adv} :: a little, bit, slightly
hiukapala {n} :: alternative form of hiukopala
hiukka {n} :: nugget, pinch
hiukkanen {n} [physics] :: A particle
hiukkasen {adv} [colloquial] :: a little (really little)
hiukkasfysiikka {n} [physics] :: particle physics
hiukkasfyysikko {n} :: particle physicist
hiukkaskiihdytin {n} :: particle accelerator
hiukoa {v} :: To feel hungry
hiukopala {n} :: snack, especially something salty eaten at night after a few drinks
hiuksenhalkominen {n} :: hairsplitting
hiukseton {adj} :: hairless
hius {n} :: a single hair, strand of hair (on a human head)
hiusgeeli {n} :: A hair gel
hiusharja {n} :: hairbrush
hiuskarva {n} :: An individual hair
hiuskarva {n} :: A whisker (very short distance)
hiuslakka {n} :: hairspray
hiuslenkki {n} :: bobble, scrunchie, gogo (elasticated band used for securing hair)
hiuslisäke {n} :: toupee
hiusmarto {n} :: scalp (part of the head where the hair grows from, or used to grow from)
hiusneula {n} :: hairpin
hiuspanta {n} :: headband (hair accessory)
hiuspidike {n} :: Any accessory worn in the hair to keep it in order
hiuspinni {n} :: bobby pin, hairgrip
hiusputki {n} :: capillary (narrow tube)
hiusputki-ilmiö {n} :: capillary action
hiusraja {n} :: hairline (line of where hair starts growing)
hiussaniainen {n} :: Southern maidenhair fern, black maidenhair fern, venus hair fern, Adiantum capillus-veneris
hiussolki {n} :: barrette, hairclip, hair-slide (clasp or clip for gathering and holding the hair)
hiussuoni {n} [anatomy] :: capillary (thin blood vessel)
hiussuonikeränen {n} [anatomy] :: glomerulus
hiustenhalkaisu {n} :: hairsplitting
hiustenhalkoja {n} :: hairsplitter
hiusten halkominen {n} :: alternative spelling of hiustenhalkominen
hiustenhalkominen {n} :: hairsplitting
hiustenhoito {n} :: hair care
hiustenhoitoaine {n} :: hair conditioner
hiustenkasvu {n} :: hair growth
hiustenkiharrin {n} :: hair curler
hiustenkuivaaja {n} :: blowdryer, hairdryer, hair dryer
hiustenkuivain {n} :: blowdryer, hairdryer, hair dryer
hiustenleikkaus {n} :: haircutting
hiustenleikkuu {n} :: haircutting
hiustenlähtö {n} :: hair loss, loss of hair
hiustenpesuaine {n} :: shampoo
hiustukko {n} :: A tangle of hair
hiusverisuoni {n} [anatomy] :: capillary (thin blood vessel)
hiusverkko {n} :: hairnet, snood
hiusvesi {n} :: hair lotion
hiusviiva {n} :: hairline (thin line)
hiusväri {n} :: hair dye
hiutale {n} :: flake
hiutua {vi} :: to languish, to wilt
häivä {n} :: trace
hivauttaa {vt} :: to jab, to tap (hit lightly and quickly)
häive- {prefix} :: stealth (designed to be invisible to radar)
häivehapero {n} :: An edible brittlegill, Russula nauseosa
häivehävittäjä {n} :: stealth fighter
häivelaite {n} [science fiction] :: cloaking device, stealth device
hiveltää {vt} :: to perform superfinishing
hiven {n} :: A trifle, bit (amount)
hivenaine {n} :: A mineral essential to nutrition; trace substance, dietary mineral
häiveperhonen {n} :: purple emperor, Apatura iris (a butterfly)
häivepommittaja {n} :: stealth bomber
häivähtää {vi} :: to appear or project momentarily
HI-virus {n} :: human immunodeficiency virus, HIV
HIV-positiivinen {adj} :: HIV positive
hivutella {v} :: frequentative form of hivuttaa
hivuttaa {v} :: to chafe, rub (to wear by rubbing)
hivuttaa {v} :: to edge (to move something slowly and deliberately)
hivuttaa {v} :: to wear away, gnaw, consume (to erode or weaken gradually and progressively)
hivuttautua {vi} :: To inch towards, slowly and perhaps imperceptibly
häivyttää {vt} :: To fade out
hääjuhla {n} :: wedding
häjy {n} [historical] :: A type of troublemakers who were common in Ostrobothnia mostly in the 19th century
häkä {n} :: carbon monoxide
hääkakku {n} :: wedding cake
hääkellot {n} :: wedding bells
häkellyttää {vt} :: To stupefy
häkeltyä {vi} :: To be stupefied
häkäilmaisin {n} :: carbon monoxide detector
hökkeli {n} :: shack, shanty
hökkelikaupunki {n} :: shantytown
hökkelikylä {n} :: A shantytown
häkki {n} :: cage
häkki {n} [colloquial] :: goal (e.g. in ice hockey)
häkkikana {n} :: battery hen (hen kept in a battery cage)
häkkikanala {n} :: battery cage
häkkilintu {n} :: cage bird
häkkilintu {n} [colloquial] :: yardbird (imprisoned person)
Häkkinen {prop} :: surname
häkkisukellus {n} :: cage diving
häkkyrä {n} [colloquial] :: gadget
Häkämies {prop} :: surname
häkämyrkytys {n} :: carbon monoxide poisoning
-hko {suffix} :: an adjectival suffix used with adjectives with back vowel harmony (a, o or u) in order to give the original adjective the meaning "quite, relatively, somewhat"; -ish
häkäpönttö {n} [colloquial] :: A gasifier that produces carbon monoxide from carbonaceous material such as wood, especially one used in a vehicle; wood gasifier
häkärä {n} [dialectal] :: mist, fog
hääkutsu {n} :: wedding invitation
hlö {n} :: abbreviation of henkilö
hölö {n} :: windbag
häälahja {n} :: wedding gift
HLBT {initialism} :: homo, lesbo, biseksuaali, transsukupuolinen, LGBT
hälinä {n} :: hustle and bustle
hölinä {n} :: blabber
hälinöidä {v} :: alternative form of hälistä
hälistä {vi} :: to clamor, make noise, be noisy
hölistä {vi} [colloquial] :: To blabber, talk nonsense
hölkkä {n} :: a jog
hölkkääjä {n} :: jogger
hölkäsen pöläys {n} :: diddly squat
hölkätä {vi} :: To jog
hölökyn kölökyn {interj} :: chin chin! (toast)
hölökynkölökyn {interj} :: alternative form of hölökyn kölökyn
hölkynkölkyn {interj} :: alternative form of hölökyn kölökyn
hölkyttää {v} :: Alternative term for lönkyttää
höllä {adj} :: loose (not tight)
höllä {adj} :: lenient (not strict)
hälle {pron} [poetic] :: Shortened form of hänelle (to him/her)
höllentää {vt} :: To loosen, relax
höllentyä {vi} :: To loosen, relax
hölletä {vi} :: To relax, unfasten
höllässä {adv} :: loosely; not tightly
höllästi {adv} :: loosely; not tightly
höllätä {vt} :: To loosen
hällä väliä {interj} :: who cares, so what
hölmö {adj} :: silly, foolish
hölmö {n} :: fool
hölmöillä {vi} :: To act stupidly
hölmöillä {v} :: To piffle
hölmistyä {vi} :: To be stupefied
hölmistyttää {vt} :: To stupefy
Hölmölä {prop} :: cloud-cuckoo-land (imaginary place where silly or unrealistic people reside)
hölmöläinen {n} :: cloudcuckoolander (resident of cloud-cuckoo-land)
hölmösti {adv} :: foolishly
hölpöttää {vi} [colloquial] :: alternative form of höpöttää
hölskyä {vi} :: To slosh
hölskyttää {vt} :: To slosh
hölösuu {n} :: blabbermouth
hölöttää {vi} :: to blabber (to run one's mouth in such a way as to spoil a surprise)
höltyä {vi} :: to loosen
hälventää {vt} :: To dispel
hälventyä {vi} :: To clear
hälvetä {vi} [of clouds] :: To disappear
häly {n} :: noise
häälyä {vi} :: häälyä jonkin yllä: to hang over (menacingly)
hölynpöly {n} :: nonsense, claptrap (meaningless words)
hälytä {v} :: alternative form of hälistä
hälytin {n} :: An alarm (mechanical contrivance for rousing attention)
hälyttää {vt} :: To alarm (to call to arms; to give notice of approaching danger; to rouse to vigilance and action; to put on the alert)
höläyttää {vi} :: To blurt
hälyttävä {adj} :: alarming
hälyttävästi {adv} :: alarmingly
hälyttyä {vi} :: To become alarmed
hälytys {n} :: alarm (summons to arms)
hälytys {n} :: alarm (any sound or information intended to give notice of approaching danger; a warning sound to arouse attention)
hälytysajoneuvo {n} :: emergency vehicle
hälytyskello {n} :: An alarm bell, a tocsin
häämarssi {n} :: wedding march (music to annnounce the arrival of the participants of the wedding)
häämatka {n} :: A honeymoon (trip taken by a newly married couple)
Häme {prop} :: Tavastia, a historical province and area in Finland
Hämeenkyrö {prop} :: Hämeenkyrö
Hämeenlinna {prop} :: Hämeenlinna
hämeenlinnalainen {n} :: A person from, or an inhabitant of, Hämeenlinna
hämeenlinnalainen {adj} :: Of or pertaining to the city of Hämeenlinna or its citizens
hömelö {n} [colloquial] :: numbnuts, ignoramus, lummox
hämähäkinseitti {n} :: spiderweb
hämähäkki {n} :: spider
hämähäkkiapina {n} :: spider monkey (any New World monkey of the genus Ateles, with long, spindly limbs)
hämähäkkiapina {n} :: ateline (any New World monkey of the subfamily Atelinae of the family Cebidae, the subfamily comprising genera Ateles, Brachyteles (murikit) and Lagothrix (villa-apinat))
hämähäkkiapina {n} [in plural] :: subfamily Atelinae
hämähäkkiapina {n} [in plural] :: genus Ateles
hämähäkkieläin {n} :: An arachnid
hämillään {adv} :: embarrassed, confused (in the state of shameful discomfort)
hämis {n} [colloquial] :: spider
Hämis {prop} :: Spidey
hämäläinen {n} :: A person living in or originating from the area of the historical province of Häme, sometimes called Tavastian or Tavastlander in English texts
hämäläinen {adj} :: Of or pertaining to Häme, sometimes the word Tavastian is used in English
Hämäläinen {prop} :: surname
hämmennin {n} :: mixer
hämmennys {n} :: confusion, bafflement
hämmennyttää {vt} [monopersonal] :: partitive + 3rd-pers. singular = to be confused
hämmennyttää {vi} :: to confuse
hämmentää {vt} :: to stir, agitate (to disturb the relative position of the particles of, as of a liquid, by passing something through it)
hämmentää {vt} :: to roil (to render turbid by stirring up the dregs or sediment of)
hämmentää {vt} :: to confuse, perplex, befuddle (to throw into a state of confusion)
hämmentyä {vi} :: To be confused
hämmentynyt {adj} :: embarrassed, confused
hämminki {n} :: confusion, disorder, fuss
hämmälillukka {n} [regional] :: synonym of lillukka
hämmästellä {v} :: to be amazed, astonished
hämmästyä {vi} :: To be surprised, be amazed, be astonished
hämmästynyt {adj} :: astounded, surprised, amazed, staggered
hämmästynyt {adj} :: dumbfounded
hämmästynyt {adj} :: awful (struck or filled with awe)
hämmästys {n} :: surprise, awe
hämmästyttää {vt} :: To amaze, astonish
hämmästyttävä {adj} :: amazing, astonishing
hämäännyttää {v} :: synonym of hämätä
hämääntyä {vi} :: To get confused
hmong {n} :: Hmong (member of Hmong people)
hmong {n} :: Hmong (their language)
hmong {n} [in plural] :: Hmong (ethnic group living in the mountains of southern China, Vietnam, Laos and Thailand)
hömppä {n} [colloquial] :: froth (unimportant events)
hömpsöttää {vi} [colloquial] :: to make a fuss
hömpöttää {vi} [colloquial] :: To make a fuss over something
hämärä {n} :: dusk, twilight, dark, dimness
hämärä {adj} :: dim, dusky, shadowy, dark, gloomy
hämärä {adj} :: dim, indistinct, obscure(d)
hämärä {adj} :: dim, vague, obscure, mysterious, unknown
hämärä {adj} :: shady, fishy, suspicious
hämärin {adj} :: superlative of hämärä
hämärämpi {adj} :: comparative of hämärä
hämäränäkö {n} :: night vision (ability to see in very faint light)
hämäränäkölaite {n} :: night vision device (appliance which strengthens ambient light so that one may see in very faint light)
hämäräperäinen {adj} :: shady, obscure, murky, sallow (having a dubious background)
hämärryttää {vt} :: alternative form of hämärtää
hämäräsokeus {n} :: night blindness, nyctalopia
hämärästi {adv} :: Dimly
hämärtää {vi} [monopersonal, 3rd-pers. sg., of an evening] :: To darken, get/grow dim/dusky/dark(er)
hämärtää {vt} :: To blur, make more indistinct
hämärtyä {vi} :: To get/grow dim/dusky/dark(er), darken
hämärtyä {vi} [of sight] :: To be(come) blur, become dim; (of thoughts) to get confused/diffused; (concretely or figuratively) to become more indistinct
hämätä {vt} [+ partitive] :: To confuse, to obfuscate, to jive
hömötiainen {n} :: willow tit, Poecile montanus
häämöttää {v} :: to be barely visible, seem to be, be in sight (at a distance)
häämöttää {v} [figuratively] :: to be imminent, be near, be in sight
häämöttää {v} [usually of something threatening] :: to loom
hämy {n} :: twilight, gloom
hämyinen {adj} :: twilighty
hämyisä {adj} :: alternative form of hämyinen, ("twilighty")
hämäys {n} :: trickery, misrepresentation, skulduggery
hän {pron} [personal] :: he, she, one or singular they (only of a human being; the pronoun does not determine the sex of the person)
-hän {particle} :: (enclitic) A particle to express that the speaker had some (more or less) certain view on something but is surprised after having got to know the truth about it:
-hän {particle} :: (enclitic) A particle to express that the speaker had some (more or less) certain view on something but is surprised at the controversial view expressed by some other person:
-hän {particle} :: (enclitic) A particle to express that the speaker is determined about or resistant towards something:
-hän {particle} :: (enclitic) A particle attached to an indicative (more rarely: conditional or potential) verb form in order to express the speaker's wish about something; also to politely ask someone to do something—i.e., to avoid the imperative:
-hän {particle} :: (enclitic) With a negation verb form and the enclitic particle -kö to express "I suppose":
-hän {particle} :: (enclitic) With the particle -kö (kö required by the vowel harmony) to express "I wonder if":
-hän {suffix} :: alternative form of -hVn
-hön {suffix} :: alternative form of -hVn
hönö {n} [colloquial] :: mug, face
hönö {n} [colloquial] :: intoxication, drunkenness
hänen {pron} :: his, her; used with the possessive suffix -nsa/-nsä appended to the main word owned
hänen {pron} :: his, hers (that which belongs to him or her, used without a following noun)
hänen {pron} :: he, she; with monopersonal verbs which require genitive, such as pitää, täytyä, tulla, olla + passive present participle etc
Hänen Majesteettinsa {n} :: His Majesty
Hänen Majesteettinsa {n} :: Her Majesty
hänestä {pron} :: about him/her; of him/her:
hänestä {pron} :: in his/her opinion, s/he thinks that:
hänet {pron} :: The accusative singular of the personal pronoun hän, in most cases translated into English him or her (direct object):
hönkäistä {vi} :: to huff (once)
hänkkä {n} [skateboarding, slang] :: handrail
hän-muotoinen {adj} :: third-person (using verbs in the third person)
Hänninen {prop} :: surname
hännällinen {adj} :: tailed (having a tail)
hännänpää {n} :: tip of tail
hännätön {adj} :: tailless
hännätönleikko {n} :: tailless bat (bat of the genus Anoura)
hännys {n} :: tail of a tailcoat
hännystakki {n} :: A tailcoat
hännystelijä {n} :: lackey
hännystellä {v} :: To toady, truckle to
häntä {n} [anatomy] :: a narrow tail (e.g., of most mammals)
häntä {n} :: back
häntäheikki {n} :: womanizer
häntäheikki {n} :: wolf ?
häntäinen {adj} :: (in combination) tailed, as in long-tailed, short-tailed etc
häntälihas {n} [anatomy] :: coccygeus (muscle of the pelvic wall, that in combination with the levator ani forms the pelvic diaphragm)
häntäluu {n} [skeleton] :: coccyx, tailbone
häntänikama {n} [skeleton] :: caudal, caudal vertebra, coccygeal vertebra
häntänuija {n} :: thagomizer
häntäpää {n} :: tail end
häntäpää {n} :: end, rear
häntärekursio {n} [computing] :: tail recursion
hönöttää {v} [colloquial] :: to cheat, swindle
hönöttää {v} [colloquial] :: to deceive, mislead
hönöttää {vi} :: alternative form of honottaa
hönttö {n} :: alternative form of höntti
höntti {n} :: simpleton
häntätumake {n} [anatomy] :: caudate nucleus
hoatsin {n} :: hoatzin, stinkbird (Opisthocomus hoazin)
hobby {n} [nonstandard] :: hobby (activity)
hobitti {n} :: hobbit
Ho Chi Minhin kaupunki {prop} :: Ho Chi Minh City
hockey {n} :: hockey
hodari {n} [colloquial] :: hot dog
Hodgkinin tauti {n} [pathology] :: Hodgkin's lymphoma (type of malignant lymphoid neoplasm)
hoenta {n} :: the act of repeating (saying something repeatedly)
hoffmanninlaiskiainen {n} :: Hoffmann's two-toed sloth, Choloepus hoffmanni
hohde {n} :: shine (brightness from a source of light)
hohdokas {adj} :: glamorous
hohhoijaa {interj} :: ho-hum (used to express boredom, disinterest or lack of novelty)
hohka {n} :: glow
hohka {n} :: porous material
hohkakivi {n} [geology] :: pumice
hohkasilikaatti {n} [mineralogy] :: tectosilicate, silica (silicate mineral having a silicon to oxygen ratio of 1:2)
hohkasilikaatti {n} [in plural] :: silica group
hohkasilikaattiryhmä {n} [mineralogy] :: silica group (group of silicate minerals having a silicon to oxygen ratio of 1:2)
hohkata {v} :: To radiate heat
hohkua {v} :: alternative form of hohkaa
hohottaa {vi} :: To guffaw
hohotus {n} :: guffaw
hohtaa {vi} :: To glow, shine, glimmer, gleam
hohtava {adj} :: gleaming, glowing, luminous, shimmering
hohtimet {n} :: pincers
hohto {n} :: shining
hohto {n} :: gleaming
hohto {n} :: glowing
hohtodiodi {n} :: light-emitting diode, LED
hohtomuura {n} :: glossy antshrike
hohtoturpiaali {n} :: shiny cowbird
hoi {interj} :: ohoy, hey
hoidattaa {v} :: to let nurse, care, cure, fix, handle etc., to have nursed, cared, cured, fixed, handled etc
hoide {n} :: conditioner (of hair etc.)
hoidella {vt} :: To see to, take care (continuously and/or indifferently)
hoidella {vt} [slang + genitive-accusative] :: To do, have sex with
hoidokki {n} :: An inmate, ward of a mental asylum etc
hoikempi {adj} :: comparative of hoikka
hoikentaa {vt} :: To make slender
hoikentua {vi} :: To become slender
hoiketa {vi} :: To become slimmer
hoikistaa {vt} :: To make slender
hoikistua {vi} :: To become slender
hoikka {adj} :: slim
hoikka {adj} :: lean
hoikkadelfiini {n} :: bridled dolphin, Stenella attenuata
hoikkalori {n} :: red slender loris, Loris tardigradus
hoikkamangusti {n} :: slender mongoose, Galerella sanguinea
hoikkaorava {n} :: slender squirrel, Sundasciurus tenuis
hoikkapäästäinen {n} :: slender shrew, Sorex gracillimus
hoikkasäärinen {adj} :: slender-legged
hoikkatupaija {n} :: slender tree shrew, Tupaia gracilis
hoilata {vi} :: To sing badly, not being able to follow the melody or beat
hoilata {vi} :: To yell out, to cry out
hoilata hoosiannaa {phrase} :: (very colloquial) to give out, to burn out, to beg for mercy
hoilottaa {v} :: To holler, call out (to vocalize audibly; announce)
hoiperrella {vi} :: To walk unsteadily; to stagger
hoipertaa {vi} :: To walk unsteadily; to stagger
hoipertelu {n} :: stagger
hoippua {vi} :: To teeter
hoippuroida {vi} :: To walk unsteadily; to stagger
hoippurointi {n} :: staggering (uneasy walking)
hoitaa {v} :: to nurse, care
hoitaa {v} :: to cure
hoitaa {v} :: to deal with, fix (e.g. a problem)
hoitaa {v} :: to take care of, see to, do, handle
hoitaa {v} :: to finish, complete, tidy, put in order, square away
hoitaja {n} :: caretaker (one who takes care of someone or something)
hoitaja {n} :: carer, care-giver
hoitaja {n} :: nurse
hoitajatar {n} :: female nurse
hoitamaton {adj} :: uncured, untreated
hoitamaton {adj} :: unkempt
hoito {n} :: care (treatment of those in need)
hoito {n} :: care (maintenance, upkeep)
hoito {n} :: nurture (act of nursing)
hoito {n} :: treatment, cure, therapy, remedy (method of healing a disease or disability)
hoito {n} :: handling, management (manner of dealing with a situation, problemetc.)
hoito {n} [slang] :: fuck, one-night stand (casual sexual partner)
hoitoaine {n} :: hair conditioner
hoitohistoria {n} [medicine] :: medical history (details about a patient's previous medical experiences)
hoitokoti {n} :: nursing home, care home
hoitopaikka {n} :: A place in a caretaking institution such as hospital, sanatorium, nursing home, children's home, daycare etc. English translation varies according to context
hoitotyö {n} :: care work, care (treatment of those in need as a profession)
hoitovirhe {n} :: malpractice (improper treatment of a patient by a physician)
hoitua {vi} :: To be fixed, to happen in an effortless manner
hoituri {n} :: nurse
hoiva {n} :: care
hoivata {vt} :: To nurse, foster
hokea {v} :: To repeat (over and over again)
hokea {v} :: To parrot (to repeat without understanding)
hokea {v} :: To cuckoo (to repeat incessantly)
hokea {v} :: To roll (to utter copiously, especially with sounding words)
hokema {n} :: parroting, cuckooing, mantra
hokema {n} :: catchphrase, bumper sticker, slogan
Hokkanen {prop} :: surname
hokko {n} :: curassow (four genera of birds in the family Cracidae)
hokkuspokkus {interj} :: hocuspocus
hoksata {vi} [colloquial] :: To figure out
hoksata {vi} [colloquial] :: To notice
hoksottimet {n} [colloquial] :: wits
hoku {n} :: rhyme
hokutoryu {n} :: A style of jujitsu developed in Finland since the 1970s
holahtaa {vi} :: to gush, to spurt (of relatively small amounts of liquid)
holauttaa {v} :: alternative form of hulauttaa
holding-yhtiö {n} :: holding company
holhokki {n} :: ward (person)
holhonta {n} :: patronizing
holhooja {n} [legal, dated] :: guardian
holhoojahallitus {n} :: caretaker government
holhota {v} :: To patronize
holhottava {n} :: ward (person under guardianship, minor looked after by a guardian)
holhotti {n} :: A ward (person under guardianship)
holhousvaltio {n} :: nanny state
holismi {n} :: holism
holisti {n} :: holist
holistinen {adj} :: holistic
holistoonata {v} [nautical, slang] :: To holystone (to scrub ship's wooden deck with a piece of sandstone)
holkeri {n} :: Greenland shark, Somniosus microcephalus
Holkeri {prop} :: surname
holkki {n} :: bushing
hollandaisekastike {n} :: hollandaise sauce
hollannikas {n} :: clog (shoe)
hollanninjalavatauti {n} :: Dutch elm disease (disease of elm trees)
hollanninkastike {n} :: hollandaise sauce
hollannin kieli {n} :: The Dutch language
hollanninkielinen {adj} :: Dutch-speaking
hollanninkielinen {adj} :: Expressed in the Dutch language
hollanninpaimenkoira {n} :: Dutch shepherd dog
hollannintaa {v} :: to translate into Dutch
hollannitar {n} :: A Dutchwoman
hollanti {n} :: Dutch (language)
hollanti {n} [rare] :: Hollandic (dialect of Dutch)
Hollanti {prop} :: Holland, the Netherlands
hollantilainen {adj} :: Dutch
hollantilainen {n} :: a Dutch
hollantilainen ovi {n} :: Dutch door (horizontally divided door)
hollantilaisuus {n} :: Dutchness (quality of being Dutchr)
Hollo {prop} :: surname
Hollola {prop} :: Hollola (municipality)
holmium {n} :: holmium
holodomor {n} [historical] :: Holodomor (period of famine and alleged genocide in Ukraine in 1932 to 1933)
holografia {n} :: holography
hologrammi {n} :: hologram
holokausti {n} :: holocaust
holokausti {n} :: The Holocaust
holomorfinen {adj} :: holomorphic
holonyymi {n} [linguistics] :: holonym
Holopainen {prop} :: surname
holoriimi {n} :: holorime
holoseeni {n} :: Holocene
holoseenikausi {n} [geology] :: Holocene, the Holocene epoch
holoseenikautinen {adj} [geology] :: Holocene
holtiton {adj} :: reckless
holtittomasti {adv} :: recklessly
holtittomuus {n} :: recklessness
holtti {n} :: controllability, controllableness
holtti {n} :: self-control
holtti {n} :: sense, rationality
holvata {vt} :: To vault
holvata {v} :: To pour something, especially wastefully
holvaus {n} :: arching
holvaus {n} :: vaulting
holvaus {n} [colloquial] :: an act of wasting or squandering something, like money or other resources
holvautua {vi} :: to form or create a vault naturally or by itself
holvi {n} :: vault
holvi {n} [anatomy] :: fornix (archlike structure)
holvikaari {n} [architecture] :: arch
holvikatto {n} :: A vault
holvikäytävä {n} :: archway
holvisilta {n} :: arch bridge (type of arch bridge built with vaulted arches)
holvittaa {vt} [rare] :: Alternative form of the sense "to vault" of the verb holvata
home {n} :: mildew, mold
homeallergia {n} :: mold allergy
homeerinen {adj} :: Homeric
homehduttaa {vt} :: To mildew (to taint with mildew)
homehtua {vi} :: To grow moldy, mildew
homehtua {vi} [figuratively] :: To become stale
homehtunut {adj} :: One that has become covered with mold; molded
homeinen {adj} :: moldy
homejuusto {n} :: A cheese that is produced with cultures of mold
homeomorfinen {adj} [mathematics] :: homeomorphic
homeomorfismi {n} [mathematics] :: homeomorphism
homeopaatti {n} :: homeopath
homeopaattinen {adj} :: homeopathic
homeopatia {n} :: homeopathy
homeostaasi {n} :: homeostasis
homeostaattinen {adj} :: homeostatic
Homeros {prop} :: Homer (the Greek poet)
hominidi {n} :: hominid
homma {n} :: job, work (task at hand)
homma {n} :: thing, case (object of scrutiny)
homma {n} :: hullun ~ : fool's errand
hommata {vt} [colloquial] :: To acquire, arrange
hommata {vt} [colloquial] :: To do (to perform or execute)
hommautua {vi} [colloquial] :: synonym of hankkiutua
hommeli {n} [slang] :: synonym of homma
homo {n} :: gay man
homo {n} :: [rarely] any gay person
homo {n} [offensive, derogatory] :: Used as a general slur
homo- {prefix} :: homo- (same; only in loanwords directly adapted from a term in which "homo-" appears in this sense, e.g. homogeeninen, homoseksuaali, homonyymi)
homo- {prefix} :: homo-, gay (homosexual; with common language words, e.g. homobaari, homoliitto, homomies)
homoavioliitto {n} :: gay marriage, same-sex marriage
homobaari {n} [colloquial] :: A gay bar
homoeroottinen {adj} :: homoerotic
homofiili {n} :: homophile
homofilia {n} :: homophilia
homofobia {n} :: homophobia (fear of homosexuals)
homofonia {n} :: homophony
homogeeninen {adj} :: homogeneous
homogeenistaa {vt} :: to homogenize
homogeenisuus {n} :: homogeneity
homogenisoida {v} :: alternative form of homogenoida
homogenisointi {n} :: homogenization
homogenoida {vt} :: to homogenize
homogenointi {n} :: homogenization
homografi {n} :: homograph
homoikoni {n} :: gay icon
homoilla {vi} [rare, colloquial, usually said of men] :: to have gay sex; to do gay stuff
homokammo {n} :: homophobia (fear or hatred of homosexuals)
homokysteiini {n} [chemistry] :: homocysteine
homoliitto {n} :: gay marriage; short form of homoavioliitto (gay marriage)
homologia {n} :: homology
homologinen {adj} :: homologous
homomies {n} :: gay man (homosexual male)
homomorfismi {n} :: homomorphism
homonainen {n} :: gay woman, gay female, lesbian (homosexual female)
homonymia {n} :: homonym
homonyymi {n} :: homonym
homopari {n} :: gay couple
homosalaatti {n} :: homosalate
homoseksi {n} :: gay sex
homoseksuaali {n} :: A homosexual
homoseksuaalinen {adj} :: homosexual, gay
homoseksuaalisesti {adv} :: homosexually
homoseksuaalisuus {n} :: homosexuality
homoseksualismi {n} :: homosexualism
homoseksualisti {n} [dated] :: A homosexual
homoteettinen {adj} :: homothetic
homotella {vt} :: To call someone homosexual (in a negative sense)
homotetia {n} [mathematics] :: homothety
homotooppinen {adj} [topology] :: homotopic
homotopia {n} :: homotopy
homotsygootti {n} :: homozygote
homotsygoottinen {adj} :: homozygotic
homotutka {n} :: gaydar
homous {n} :: homosexuality
homppeli {n} [colloquial] :: A gay, homosexual
hompsottaa {vi} :: to fuss
homssu {n} [colloquial] :: unclean woman
-hon {suffix} :: alternative form of -hVn
honata {vi} [colloquial] :: To understand, to get it
Honduras {prop} :: Honduras
hongankolistaja {n} [humorous] :: beanpole, beanstalk (tall, slim person)
hongikko {n} :: A mature pine forest, with tall, handsome trees
Hongisto {prop} :: surname
Hongkong {prop} :: Hong Kong (Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China)
Hong Kong {prop} :: alternative spelling of Hongkong
hongkongilainen {adj} :: Hongkonger, Hongkongese (of or pertaining to Hong Kong, its culture and people)
hongkongilainen {n} :: A Hongkonger, Hongkongite (person)
hongkongilainen {n} :: The Hong Kong flu
honka {n} :: A large pine tree with a straight trunk
Honkala {prop} :: surname
Honkala {prop} :: Any of a number of small places in Finland
Honkanen {prop} :: surname
honkapuu {n} [rare] :: pinewood (wood of the pine)
honkapuu {n} [biblical] :: gopher wood
honkio {n} :: A dugout made of pine
honottaa {vi} :: to produce nasally phonemes that normatively are non-nasal; to talk or sing through the nose
hontelo {adj} :: lanky
hoo {n} :: aitch (letter: h)
hoonata {vt} :: To hone (to produce a precision bore with a hone)
hoonata {v} [slang] :: To fuck, have sex
hoopo {adj} [colloquial] :: dumb, crazy
hoosata {v} :: alternative form of höösätä
Hoosea {prop} [Bible] :: Hosea (prophet and a book of the Bible named after him)
hoosianna {interj} :: hosanna
hoosianna {n} :: hosanna
hop {interj} :: General spurring interjection
hop {interj} :: Used to entice a horse into a run
hopea {n} :: silver (metal)
hopea {n} [jewelry] :: silver (alloy of silver and copper which contains at least 83 % silver)
hopea {adj} :: silver (colour)
hopeabarbi {n} :: tinfoil barb, Barbonymus schwanenfeldii
hopeagibboni {n} :: silvery gibbon, Hylobates moloch
hopeahanhikki {n} :: hoary cinquefoil, Potentilla argentea
hopeahääpäivä {n} :: A silver anniversary (the 25th anniversary of a marriage)
hopeahäät {n} :: silver wedding (25th wedding anniversary)
hopeajodidi {n} [chemistry] :: silver iodide
hopeakaivos {n} :: silver mine
hopeakettu {n} :: silver fox
hopeakuore {n} :: argentine, herring smelt (fish of the genus Argentina)
hopeakuore {n} :: argentine, European argentine (fish of the species Argentina sphyraena)
hopeakuusi {n} :: blue spruce (Picea pungens)
hopeakylki {n} :: silverside (any small fish of the family Atherinidae that are characterized by bright, silvery scales)
hopeakylki {n} :: Nickname for anything that has silvery sides, especially another fish, such as silakka (Baltic herring), lohi (salmon), siika (whitefish) or meritaimen (sea trout)
hopealusikka {n} [literally] :: silver spoon (spoon made of silver)
hopealusikka {n} [idiomatic] :: silver spoon (wealth passed down or inherited)
hopeamaali {n} :: silver paint
hopeamalmi {n} :: silver ore
hopeamitali {n} :: silver medal
hopeamitalisti {n} :: silver medalist (silver medal winner)
hopeanharmaa {adj} :: silver-grey
hopeanitraatti {n} :: silver nitrate
hopeanvärinen {adj} :: silver, silvery (having a color/colour like silver)
hopeapoppeli {n} :: white poplar, abele, silver poplar, Populus alba (species of poplar native to an area reaching from Morocco to cantral Asia via central Europe)
hopeaposkimuura {n} :: silvery-cheeked antshrike
hopeareunus {n} :: silver lining
hopeaseppä {n} :: A silversmith
hopeatäplä {n} :: longwing, heliconian (member of the subfamily Heliconiinae)
hopeavaahtera {n} :: silver maple (Acer saccharinum)
hopeinen {adj} :: Silvery
hopeoida {vt} :: To silver-plate, to plate with silver
hopeointi {n} :: silver-plating, silver plate
hopeoitu {adj} :: silver-plated, silvered
hopeoitua {vi} :: To be silver-plated, to be plated with silver
hopiainen {adj} [dialectal] :: silvery
hopi hopi {interj} :: chop-chop (used to urge someone to hurry up)
hopista {v} [dialectal] :: alternative form of höpistä
hopo {n} [dialectal, mainly southwestern] :: fool, blabbering person
hopoo {n} [dialectal] :: alternative form of hopo
hopoti {n} [archaic] :: forest horse
hopoti {interj} :: Used to entice a horse to run
hopoti hoi {interj} :: synonym of hopoti
hopoti hoijaa {interj} :: synonym of hopoti
hopottaa {v} [dialectal] :: alternative form of höpöttää
hoppa {n} :: alternative form of heppa (horse, childishly)
hoppa {n} [archaic] :: horse
hoppa {n} :: A car, especially a T-Model Ford
hoppu {n} :: hurry, hustle
hoputtaa {vt} :: To rush, busy
horina {n} :: twaddling, prattle
horisontaali {adj} :: horizontal
horisontaali {n} :: horizontal line
horisontaalinen {adj} :: horizontal
horisontaalitaso {n} [anatomy] :: transverse plane, horizontal plane, axial plane, transaxial plane (any plane that divides the body into upper and lower parts)
horisontaalitaso {n} :: synonym of vaakataso
horisontti {n} :: horizon
horista {vi} :: To chatter, blather
horjahtaa {vi} :: To sway, reel
horjahtelu {n} :: stumble, swaying, stagger, weaving
horjua {vi} :: To stagger, totter, lurch, teeter (also figuratively)
horjua {vi} [figuratively] :: To totter, be(come) shaky
horjua {vi} [figuratively] :: To waver, falter, vacillate, shilly-shally
horjumaton {adj} :: unwavering
horjunta {n} :: wobble
horjuttaa {vt} :: To destabilize
horjuttaa {vt} :: To reel
horjuva {adj} :: staggering, unstable, titubant
horkka {n} [pathology] :: ague, malaria
horkkahyttynen {n} :: malaria mosquito, Anopheles gambiae
horkkasääski {n} :: malaria mosquito (Anopheles gambiae)
hormi {n} :: flue
hormonaalinen {adj} :: hormonal
hormoni {n} [physiology] :: hormone
hormonikorvaushoito {n} [medicine] :: hormone replacement therapy (practice of introducing hormones to the body of a patient to replace its own insufficient production of hormones)
Hormuzinsalmi {prop} :: Strait of Hormuz
horna {n} :: hell
hornankattila {n} :: Any real or imaginary place which is hot and dreadful, like the crater of a live volcano. Approximately hell-fire or abyss
hornantuutti {n} :: (common) "cornucopia from hell"
hornantuutti {n} :: (common) hell
hornantuutti {n} [derogatory] :: area remote from dense population (see korpi or erämaa)
hornblendiitti {n} [geology] :: hornblendite
horo {n} [slang, pejorative] :: ho, slut, whore
horologia {n} :: horology
horoskooppi {n} [astrology] :: horoscope
horoskooppimerkki {n} [astrology] :: astrological sign, sign of the zodiac
horre {n} :: alternative form of horros
horros {n} :: hibernation
horros {n} :: slumber
horrostaa {vi} :: to hibernate
horsma {n} :: One of several plants of the genus Epilobium; willowherb
horsti {n} [geology] :: horst
hortensia {n} :: hydrangea
hortonomi {n} :: horticulturist
hospitsi {n} :: hospice
hostaus {n} [computing] :: hosting (running and maintaining a computer system on someone's behalf)
hostelli {n} :: hostel
hosua {vi} :: To rush, fluster
hota {n} :: A one-year-old vendace
hotaista {vi} :: To gulp down
hot dog {n} :: hot dog (frankfurter in a bun)
hotelli {n} :: hotel
hotellihuone {n} :: hotel room
hotelli- ja ravintola-ala {n} [business] :: hospitality, hospitality business, hotel and restaurant business
hotellipoika {n} :: A bellboy
hotkaista {vi} :: To wolf down
hotkia {vt} :: To wolf down, eat quickly, gulp, gobble, hog, gorge oneself on, stuff oneself with (without regard for table manners)
hotpot {n} :: hot pot (communal meal, popular in China, wherein diners share a hot bowl of broth or stock into which uncooked foods such as mushrooms, vegetables, and cuts of meat are dipped until they are cooked enough to be eaten)
hotsi {n} [colloquial] :: hot dog
hotsittaa {v} [slang, impersonal] :: To want, especially in negations
hottamuikku {n} :: A one year old vendace
hottentotti {n} [dated] :: Hottentot
houkka {n} :: fool
houkkio {n} :: fool
houkute {n} :: bait
houkutella {vt} :: To tempt, entice, lure, allure
houkutella {vt} :: To coax, persuade, talk into
houkutella {vt} :: To cheat, con, trick
houkutin {n} :: A lure
houkuttaa {v} :: to tempt; to be drawn, attracted or allured
houkutteleva {adj} :: attractive, tempting, alluring
houkuttua {v} :: to become tempted
houkutus {n} :: temptation (something attractive, tempting or seductive)
houkutuslintu {n} :: decoy
houre {n} :: raving (wild or incoherent speech)
houreinen {adj} :: delirious
houria {vi} :: To rave
houru {n} [dated, dialectal] :: synonym of hullu; now chiefly used as modifier in compound terms
hourula {n} :: madhouse
house {n} [music] :: house music, house
housu {n} :: trouser (used as modifier in compound terms)
housuhame {n} :: culottes
housukangas {n} :: Any cloth used for trousers
housunkannattimet {n} :: braces, suspenders
housunkäänne {n} :: turn-up; cuff, trouser cuff [US]
housunlahje {n} :: trouser leg [UK]; pant leg, pantleg [US]
housunnappi {n} :: trouser button
housunprässi {n} :: crease pressed on the legs of trousers
housunpuntti {n} :: A leg of trousers
housuntasku {n} :: trouser pocket
housuprässi {n} :: trouser press
housut {n} :: trousers, pants
housut kintuissa {phrase} :: with one's pants down
hovi {n} :: court (of a king or nobleman)
hovietiketti {n} :: court etiquette
hovimestari {n} :: headwaiter (waiter who has a supervisory position over the other wait staff)
hovimestari {n} :: butler, majordomo (chief male servant of a household)
hovimies {n} :: courtier
hovinarri {n} :: jester (person who amused a mediaeval royal court)
hovioikeus {n} [legal, in Finland] :: A court of appeal
hovirunoilija {n} :: court poet
höpö {n} [colloquial] :: nonsense
hääpari {n} :: wedding couple
häpeä {n} :: shame
häpeissään {adv} :: ashamed (of something = elative)
häpeällinen {adj} :: shameful, disgraceful
häpeällisesti {adv} :: shamefully
häpeällisyys {n} :: shamefulness
häpeämätön {adj} :: unashamed
häpeämättömyys {n} :: shamelessness
häpeäpaalu {n} [historical] :: pillory
höperö {adj} :: senile
höperö {adj} :: Somewhat crazy; batty, potty
häpeärangaistus {n} :: public humiliation (as a punishment)
häpeätahra {n} :: taint, blemish, blot, stigma (mark of disgrace on one's character)
höpö-höpö {interj} :: tosh (silly nonsense)
höpö-höpö {interj} :: humph
höpinä {n} :: drivel
häpäisijä {n} :: desecrater, defamer
häpäistä {v} [nonstandard] :: alternative form of häväistä
höpistä {vi} :: To drool, babble
häpäisy {n} :: desecration
hääpäivä {n} :: A wedding day
hääpäivä {n} :: An anniversary of a wedding day
höpönpöpö {n} :: claptrap
höpönpöpön {interj} :: alternative form of höpö-höpö
häppä {n} [colloquial, childish] :: drink
hääppöinen {adj} [colloquial] :: mediocre, not very good
höppänä {n} :: dotard
höppänä {n} :: muddle-headed person
höppänöityä {v} :: to become senile
höpöpuhe {n} :: drivel, nonsense, bilgewater (stupid talk or writing)
höpsähtävä {adj} :: slightly crazy or batty, often due to early stages of senility
höpsiä {vi} [colloquial] :: To drivel, to talk nonsense
höpöttää {vi} :: to drivel (to talk nonsense)
höpöttely {n} :: nonsense
hääpuku {n} :: A wedding dress, wedding gown, bridal gown
häpy {n} [anatomy] :: vulva
häpy {n} [anatomy] :: genitalia
häpy {n} :: shame
häpy {n} :: When used as modifier in compound terms, often translated as pubic into English, see "Compounds" below.
HPY {initialism} [dated] :: Former Helsingin Puhelinyhdistys ("The Telephone Association of Helsinki"), the predecessor of the current publicly held telecom company Elisa Oyj
häpyhuulen rauhanen {n} [anatomy] :: Bartholin's gland
häpyhuuli {n} [anatomy] :: labium
häpykannus {n} :: synonym of palsami (flower of the genus Impatiens)
häpykarva {n} :: Pubic hair (single hair that grows in the pubic region)
häpykarvat {n} :: pubic hair
häpykarvoitus {n} :: pubic hair (hair that grows in the pubic region, collectively)
häpykieli {n} [anatomy] :: clitoris
häpykukkula {n} [anatomy] :: mons veneris
häpykumpu {n} [anatomy] :: mons veneris
häpyliitos {n} [skeleton] :: A symphysis pubis or pubic symphysis
häpyluu {n} [skeleton] :: pubis, pubic bone
häpyrako {n} [anatomy] :: cleft of venus
härö {n} :: a flat bark beetle; any member of the family Cucujidae
Hård {prop} :: surname of Swedish origin
hörhö {n} :: crackpot
hörähtää {vi} [momentane, semelfactive] :: to chortle once or shortly
hääriä {vi} :: To busy
hääräillä {v} :: to bustle, scamper, scurry, hustle, run about
häärinä {n} :: bustling
häärintä {n} :: bustle
höristää {vt} :: To listen attentively, to prick up one's ears
härkä {n} :: An ox
härkä {n} :: Meat from a bull, beef
Härkä {prop} :: Taurus (a constellation)
Härkä {prop} :: Taurus (an astrological sign)
härkägemssi {n} :: takin, Budorcas taxicolor
härkähai {n} :: bull shark (Carcharhinus leucas)
härkki {n} [plant] :: chickweed
härkki {n} [dialectal] :: a branchy piece of wood used for multiple purposes
härkkiä {v} [dialectal] :: to poke repeatedly
härkälintu {n} :: red-necked grebe (Podiceps grisegena)
Härkönen {prop} :: surname
hörökorva {n} :: A jug-eared person
hörökorva {n} :: Each of the pair of jug ears
hörökorvainen {n} :: jug-eared
hörökorvaisuus {n} :: The quality of having jug ears
hörökorvat {n} :: jug ears
härkäpapu {n} :: fava bean, broad bean (Vicia faba)
härkäpari {n} :: Pair of oxen joined by a yoke
härkäsammakko {n} :: bullfrog, Rana catesbeiana
härkäsimppu {n} :: fourhorn sculpin (Myoxocephalus quadricornis or Triglopsis quadricornis)
härkätaistelija {n} [bullfighting] :: bullfighter
härkätaistelu {n} :: bullfight
härkylä {n} [plant] :: A fern of the genus Polystichum
härmä {n} :: frost
härmä {n} :: mildew
Härmä {prop} :: A subregion and township in the region of Southern Ostrobothnia, known for its puukkojunkkari tradition
Härmä {prop} :: A nickname for Finland
härme {n} [chemistry] :: sublimate
härmettyä {vi} :: to frost (to get covered with frost)
härmähapero {n} :: A brittlegill, Russula lilacea
härmistää {vt} :: to deposit, sublimate (to cause a gas to turn directly to a solid substance; the technique is used in producing thin films of material on the surface of another material)
härmistyä {vi} [physics, chemistry] :: To undergo deposition; change from gas into solid
härmistyminen {n} [physics] :: deposition (transformation of a gas into a solid without an intermediate liquid phase)
Härmälä {prop} :: surname
härmäläinen {n} :: A person from Härmä
härmäläinen {n} [colloquial] :: Finn
härmämalikka {n} :: A mushroom, Clitocybe nebularis or Lepista nebularis, also known as the clouded agaric
härmääntyä {vi} :: to frost (to get covered with frost)
härmäsieni {n} :: A fungus of the order Erysiphales
härmäsieni {n} :: powdery mildew ‎(mildew affecting many important food crops caused by these fungi)
hörönauru {n} :: guffaw
häränhäntäkeitto {n} :: oxtail soup
härnääjä {n} :: teaser (one who teases)
häränliha {n} :: beef
häränsilmä {n} :: A bullseye [centre of a target in darts and shooting competitions]
häränsilmä {n} [plant] :: A golden marguerite, yellow chamomile, Anthemis tinctoria
häränsilmä {n} :: A sunny-side up egg
häränsilmä {n} :: A raw yolk of an egg when used as ingredient in a dish
härnätä {vt} :: to tease
härpäke {n} :: synonym of kilke (accessory, attachment)
hörppiä {vt} :: To slurp, drink noisily
hörppy {n} :: gulp
hörpätä {vi} :: To sip
hrr {interj} :: brr
härski {adj} [of food] :: rancid
härski {adj} [of a story, joke etc.] :: dirty, raunchy
härski {adj} [of a person or deed] :: dirty, unscrupulous, dishonourable (displaying contempt of what is right; having no honour, conscience, or decency)
härskiintyä {vi} [of butter] :: To become rancid
härskiintynyt {adj} :: rancid
härskisti {adv} :: grossly
härskisti {adv} :: unscrupulously
härskiys {n} :: grossness
härskiytyä {vi} [of butter] :: To become rancid
häärätä {vi} :: bustle, hustle, run about
höröttää {vi} :: to chortle
Hrushtshev {prop} [dated] :: alternative spelling of Hruštšov
Hruštšev {prop} [dated] :: alternative spelling of Hruštšov
Hruštšov {prop} :: Khrushchev (transliteration of the Russian surname Хрущёв)
härveli {n} :: gimmick, gadget
HS {initialism} :: Helsingin Sanomat (the leading newspaper in Finland)
höskä {n} [colloquial] :: junk
hässiä {v} [colloquial, vulgar, + partitive] :: to fuck, screw, have sex
hässäkkä {n} :: hassle, palaver, ruckus
hässäkkä {n} :: kerfuffle (disorderly outburst, disturbance, commotion or tumult)
hässäkkä {n} [vulgar] :: vulva
hössöttää {vi} :: To fuss
hössötys {n} :: fuss
höösätä {v} [colloquial] :: To bustle
hästäkki {n} [colloquial] :: hashtag
hätä {n} :: emergency
hätä {n} :: agony
hätä {n} :: need
häät {n} :: Wedding
häät {n} :: As a former part of compound (in the singular form hää-) signifies wedding
häätää {v} :: to evict
häätää {v} :: to drive away (force someone or something to leave)
häätää {v} :: to unhouse
häätö {n} :: eviction
hötö {adj} [colloquial] :: fluffy
hätiköidä {v} :: to hurry
hätiköinti {n} :: haste
hätäillä {v} :: to act prematurely, be too quick; jump the gun
häätöilmoitus {n} :: eviction notice (landlord's announcement to a tenant of him being evicted)
hätäinen {adj} :: hasty (acting in haste)
hätäinen {adj} :: rash (not careful or considered)
hätistää {vt} :: To drive off
hätäjarru {n} :: emergency brake
hätäjarrutus {n} :: emergency braking
hätäkatkaisin {n} :: emergency switch
hätä keinon keksii {proverb} :: necessity is the mother of invention
hätäkeskus {n} :: A public-safety answering point, PSAP (telephone center responsible for answering public emergency calls)
hätkähdyttää {vt} :: alternative form of hätkäyttää, to startle
hätkähtää {vi} :: To startle
hätäkutsu {n} :: mayday (distress signal)
hätkäyttää {vt} :: to startle (excite by sudden alarm, surprise, or apprehension)
hätämasto {n} [nautical] :: jurymast
häätömääräys {n} :: eviction order (court order allowing forced eviction of a tenant)
hätäännyttää {vt} :: to alarm (to fill with anxiety in regard to threatening evil; to excite with sudden fear)
hätääntyä {vi} :: to become distressed, to panic, to be alarmed
hätänumero {n} :: emergency number
hätäpalvelunumero {n} :: emergency number
hätäpoistumistie {n} :: In a building, a fire escape (entire escape route)
hätäriki {n} [nautical] :: A jury-rig (improvised rigging)
hätäsavu {n} :: smoke signal (type of flare or combustion device used as a distress signal)
höttö {adj} [colloquial] :: alternative form of hötö
hätätakila {n} [nautical] :: A jury-rig (improvised rigging)
hätätapaus {n} :: An emergency situation
hätätila {n} [colloquial] :: state of emergency
hätätilahallitus {n} :: emergency government
hätätilanne {n} :: emergency (situation such as a natural or man-made disaster requiring urgent assistance)
hätäuloskäynti {n} :: emergency exit
hätävilkku {n} :: hazard flasher
hätyyttää {vt} :: To drive off, to try to force someone or something to leave
huasteekki {n} :: Huastec, Huaxtec (member of an indigenous people of Mexico)
hubbinvalas {n} :: Hubbs' beaked whale, Mesoplodon carlshubbi
Hubblen vakio {n} [astronomy] :: Hubble constant
Hudžand {prop} :: Khujand (city in Tajikistan)
Hudson {n} [geography] :: Hudson (river)
Hudsoninlahti {prop} :: The Hudson Bay
Hudsonjoki {n} [geography] :: Hudson (river in the United States chiefly in the state of New York)
hugenotti {n} :: A Huguenot
huhhuh {interj} :: phew; whew
huhkia {vi} :: To work hard, sweat
huhmar {n} :: mortar (vessel used to grind ingredients)
huhmar {n} :: mortar and pestle (device)
huhmare {n} :: mortar (vessel)
huhta {n} :: woodland cleared for cultivation in slash-and-burn method of agriculture
Huhtala {prop} :: surname
Huhtala {prop} :: Any of a number of small places in Finland
Huhtamäki {prop} :: surname
huhtasieni {n} :: morel
huhtasinisiipi {n} :: silvery argus, Aricia nicias (butterfly of the Lycaenidae family)
huhtikuinen {adj} :: Pertaining to April
huhtikuu {n} :: April
huhtoa {vt} :: To bustle
huhu {n} :: rumour/rumor
huhuilla {v} :: To cry (owl's cries)
huhuilla {v} :: To call (by shouting)
huhuilla {v} :: To rumor/rumour
huhuilu {n} :: The act of hooting (making the sound of an owl)
huhumylly {n} :: rumour mill, rumor mill
huhupuhe {n} [legal] :: hearsay
huhupuhe {n} :: scuttlebutt
huhuta {vi} :: To rumour/rumor
huhuu {interj} :: yoo-hoo
hui {interj} :: oh! (an exclamation when scared or startled)
huijari {n} :: conman, charlatan, fraudster, phoney etc
huijata {vt} [+ partitive] :: To con, swindle, cheat, trick, deceive, hoax
huijaus {n} :: A hoax, scam, cheat, sham, swindle
huikaista {vt} :: To dazzle
huikaistua {vi} :: to become dazzled
huikata {v} :: to call out (to vocalize audibly; announce)
huikea {adj} :: Very large; immense, enormous, huge, whopping, incomparable
huikeampi {adj} :: comparative of huikea
huikennella {vi} :: to fritter, to frivol, to wanton (live frivolously)
huikenteleva {adj} :: fickle
huikentelevainen {adj} :: fickle, flighty
huikka {n} [colloquial] :: A draught (the amount of liquid in one swallow)
huikkaista {v} :: alternative form of huikata
huilata {v} [colloquial] :: To rest, to have a break
huilia {vi} [colloquial] :: To rest for a while for relaxation
huilisti {n} :: A flautist, flutist
huilu {n} :: flute
huiluniekka {n} :: flutist
huilunsoittaja {n} :: piper
huima {adj} :: reckless, wild
huimaava {adj} :: dizzying
huimapää {n} :: daredevil
huimapäinen {adj} :: dauntless, foolhardy, reckless
huimapäisyys {n} :: foolhardiness
huimasti {adv} :: hugely
huimata {vt} [_, + partitive] :: To make someone (feel) dizzy (also figuratively)
huimata {vt} [impersonal] :: partitive + 3rd-pers. singular = to feel dizzy
huimaus {n} :: dizziness, vertigo (sensation of whirling and loss of balance)
huimeta {vi} :: to become reckless
huimia {vt} [archaic] :: To slap repeatedly, to lash
huimin {adj} :: superlative of huima
huipata {vt} [impersonal, colloquial] :: partitive + 3rd-pers. singular = to feel dizzy
huipennus {n} :: zenith, culmination, climax
huipennus {n} :: punch line (of a joke)
huipentaa {vt} :: To finalize, form the climax
huipentua {vi} :: + illative To culminate (in something)
huipentua {v} [rare] :: To narrow (intransitive: to get narrower)
huipentuma {n} :: climax
huipeta {v} [rare] :: A variant of huipentua
huipistaa {vt} :: alternative form of huipentaa
huipistua {v} :: alternative form of huipentua
huippu {n} :: top, peak, summit
huippu {n} :: climax, culmination
huippu {n} :: As modifier in compound terms (huippu-) indicates that the thing referred to is among the best of its kind. English equivalents include top-class, state-of-the-art, leading, top-flight, top-level, top, peak, super
huippuhieno {adj} :: exquisite, superfine
-huippuinen {adj} :: -peaked, -topped (used only in compounds)
huippujohtaja {n} :: top manager
huippukohta {n} :: climax
huippukokous {n} :: summit (gathering)
huippukunto {n} :: top form, prime (of physical form or condition)
huippukunto {n} [sports] :: zone (high performance phase or period)
huippuluokka {n} :: state of the art, highest quality; often translated into English with expressions involving adjectives first-class, top-quality, top-notch
huippuälykäs {adj} :: supersmart
huippusalainen {adj} :: top secret
huippusesonki {n} :: high season, peak season
huippusävel {n} [music] :: dominant
huipputaso {n} :: top quality
huipputaso {n} :: top level
huipputeknologia {n} :: high technology
huipputähti {n} :: star, celebrity
huippu-urheilija {n} :: top athlete
huippu-urheilu {n} :: competitive sports at the highest level
Huippuvuoret {prop} :: Svalbard
huipuke {n} :: pinnacle
huipukkuus {n} [statistics] :: kurtosis
huiputtaa {v} :: to trick, cheat
huiska {n} :: whisk (bunch of twigs or hair etc, used as a brush)
huiskaa {v} :: alternative form of huiskia
huiskahtaa {vi} :: to wave suddenly, to swing suddenly
huiskaista {v} :: To sweep once
huiskauttaa {vt} :: to make wave, to make sweep (once)
huiske {n} :: swinging
huiskia {v} :: to wave, to flail
huiskia {v} :: to hash (make a quick, rough version)
huiskilo {n} [botany] :: corymb
huiskina {n} :: act of waving, flailing
huiskina {n} :: act of hashing (make a quick, rough version)
huiskinta {n} :: act of waving, flailing
huiskinta {n} :: act of hashing (make a quick, rough version)
huisku {n} :: A whisk (broom)
huiskuttaa {v} :: To wave one's arm
huispaus {n} :: Quidditch
huitaista {v} :: To slog
huitaisu {n} :: A swing, wave (of hand etc.)
huitoa {vi} :: To wave one's arms (about), flail (about), gesticulate
huitoa {vt} :: (+ partitive) To flail, lay about (with one's own hands or with a long object in a violent manner)
Huitsin Nevada {prop} :: Timbuktu (any proverbially distant or remote place)
huitti {n} :: crake (bird of the genus Porzana)
Huittinen {prop} :: A town in the Satakunta region
huivi {n} :: headscarf (piece of cloth worn over the head)
huivi {n} :: neckerchief, necker (type of neckwear, consisting of a rolled piece of cloth and often a woggle)
huivi {n} :: scarf
huiviholkki {n} [scouting] :: woggle
hujahtaa {vi} :: to zoom (by), to zip (by), to swoosh (by)
hujan {adv} :: see: hujan hajan
hujan hajan {adv} :: topsy-turvy (disorderly; chaotically)
hujauttaa {vt} :: to slash, to slap (move quickly, rapidly, suddenly)
hujeltaa {vi} :: to dash, to zoom
hujoppi {n} :: beanpole (a tall, thin man)
hukari {n} :: A cutlass (short sable)
hukassa {adv} :: wasted, lost (in an unknown location)
hukata {vt} :: To lose, misplace (sth in a manner that it is then missing)
hukata {vt} :: To waste, especially in the expression hukata aikaa (to waste time)
huki {n} [colloquial] :: turn
hukka {n} [familiarly] :: wolf
hukka {n} [idiomatic, with the verb periä] :: doom, peril (adverse or terrible fate)
hukka {n} :: waste, loss; often used as head of compound terms, in which the modifier reveals what is lost, e.g. rahanhukka (waste of money), verenhukka (blood loss); see also hukassa, hukkaan
hukka {n} [hunting] :: A situation in which a hound loses the scent and is not able to find it again
hukkaamiskielto {n} [legal] :: prohibition of transfer, sequestration
hukkaan {adv} :: wasted, lost (to the state of being wasted or lost)
hukkaantua {vi} :: to be wasted, lost
hukkakaura {n} :: common wild oats, Avena fatua (common weed of oats, which is difficult to get rid of due to its likeness to cultivated oats)
hukkapätkä {n} [colloquial] :: pansy, weed (a puny person)
hukkautua {v} :: alternative form of hukkaantua
hukki {n} [golf] :: hook (shot that curves unintentionally)
hukkua {vi} :: To drown
hukkua {vi} :: To get lost
hukkuminen {n} :: drowning
hukuttaa {vt} :: To drown (both in concrete and abstract sense)
hukuttaa {vt} :: To lose (sth; in a manner that it is missing)
hukuttautua {vi} :: To drown oneself
hula {n} :: hula
hulabaloo {n} [colloquial] :: hullabaloo, hoo-ha, fuss
hulahtaa {vi} :: to gush, pour out (to flow out suddenly in one swoop, in large or larger than intended volume)
hulatanssija {n} :: hula dancer
hulauttaa {vt} :: to gush, to spill
hulavanne {n} :: hula hoop
Hulda {prop} :: Huldah (biblical figure)
Hulda {prop} :: given name popular in the 19th century
hulevesi {n} :: urban runoff (surface runoff of rainwater created by urbanization)
huligaani {n} :: hooligan
huliganismi {n} :: hooliganism
hulikupteri {n} :: (with children etc.) A hobidopter, a helicopter
hulina {n} :: hullabaloo, ruckus, ado, fuss, to-do, uproar
hulinoida {v} :: to make a hullabaloo, ruckus, ado, fuss, to-do, or uproar
hulinointi {n} :: riot, rioting (wanton or unrestrained behavior; excessive feasting; wild and loose festivity)
hulinoitsija {n} :: hooligan
hulivili {n} :: rascal
huljahtaa {vi} :: to spill, to pour out
huljauttaa {vt} :: to spill, to splash
huljua {vi} :: To slosh
huljuttaa {vt} :: To wash in running water
hullaannuttaa {vt} [causative] :: to cause someone to become infatuated with something
hullaantua {vi} :: To infatuate
hullu {adj} :: crazy, mad, insane
hullu {n} :: A crazy, mad or insane person
hullu {n} [colloquial] :: A reckless person
hullu {n} [in compounds] :: enthusiast, addict, freak, aficionado, junkie
hulluin {adj} :: superlative of hullu
hullujenhuone {n} [colloquial, pejorative] :: madhouse, nuthouse, nutfarm, funny farm (house where insane persons are confined; a mental hospital)
hullujenhuone {n} :: madhouse, nuthouse (place exhibiting stereotypical characteristics of such a house)
hullukaali {n} :: henbane (Hyoscyamus niger)
hullumpi {adj} :: comparative of hullu
hullun homma {n} :: fool's errand (foolish undertaking)
hullunkurinen {adj} :: comical
hullun lailla {adv} [simile] :: madly, like mad, like crazy
hullun lehmän tauti {n} :: mad cow disease
hullunmylly {n} :: A snafu, bedlam (ridiculously chaotic situation)
hulluruoho {n} :: thorn apple (Datura stramonium)
hulluruoho {n} :: Any plant in the genus Datura
hullutus {n} :: fool's errand, lost errand (foolish undertaking)
hullutus {n} :: fool's errand, snipe hunt (prank)
hulluus {n} :: madness, insanity (unsoundness of mind)
hulluus {n} :: folly, madness (foolishness)
hulmahtaa {vi} :: to waft
hulmahtaa {vi} :: to ignite suddenly and quickly, to burst into flames (usually with liekkeihin)
hulmauttaa {vt} :: to make swing, to make waft
hulmuta {v} :: to fly, flow in a current of air, as e.g. a flag or long hair
hulpa {n} [dialectal, northern] :: alternative form of hulpio
hulpio {n} [weaving] :: selvage (edge of a woven fabric, where the weft threads run around the warp, creating a finished edge)
hulpio {n} [geology] :: selvage
hulppea {adj} [colloquial] :: gorgeous
hulttio {n} :: good-for-nothing, layabout, ne'er-do-well
hulvahtaa {vi} :: to waft, to drift (of intangible things through the air)
hulvaton {adj} :: hilarious, side-splitting
humaani {adj} :: humane
humaaninen {adj} :: humane
humaanistaa {vt} :: To humanize
humaanistua {vi} :: To humanize
humahtaa {vi} :: to swoosh (to make a swooshing sound)
humajaa {v} [poetic, dialectal] :: alternative form of humista; used in third person only
humala {n} [plant] :: hop (plant)
humala {n} :: drunkenness, intoxication, high
humalaan {adv} [of the change of sb's condition; with the verb juoda and a reflexive pronoun] :: Drunk, intoxicated
humalainen {adj} :: Drunk, inebriate
humalainen {n} :: A drunk
humalankäpy {n} :: hop flower, strobile, cone (female flower of the hop plant, Humulus lupulus)
humalanvieras {n} [plant] :: greater dodder, Cuscuta europaea
humalaperhonen {n} :: ghost moth, Hepialus humuli
humalasalko {n} :: hop pole
humalassa {adv} :: (static, of sb's condition) drunk, intoxicated, under the influence
humalikas {n} [dialectal] :: drunk, drunkard
humalikko {n} :: drunk, drunkard
humalisto {n} :: A hop garden
humalluttaa {vt} :: To intoxicate
humaltua {vi} :: To get drunk, become intoxicated
humanismi {n} :: humanism
humanismi {n} :: humanities (branch of learning)
humanisoida {v} :: To humanize
humanisoitua {vi} :: To humanize
humanisti {n} :: humanist
humanistinen {adj} :: humanistic
humanitaarinen {adj} :: humanitarian
humanitarismi {n} :: humanitarianism
humanitäärinen {adj} :: alternative form of humanitaarinen
humanoidi {n} :: humanoid
humauttaa {vt} :: To beat
humboldtinvilla-apina {n} :: yellow-tailed woolly monkey (Oreonax flavicauda)
humidori {n} :: humidor
humina {n} :: whoosh (indistinct sound, like that produced by the wind in the crowns of trees)
huminoida {v} [poetic] :: A variant of humista
humista {vi} :: to drone (produce a low-pitched hum or buzz), wuther
humma {n} [children] :: horse
humma {n} [tech slang, colloquial] :: horsepower
hummata {vi} :: To romp
hummeli {n} [musical instruments] :: hummel
hummeri {n} :: lobster (large marine crustacean of the family Nephropidae, especially the two species of the genus Homarus)
hummus {n} :: hummus
humoraalioppi {n} :: humorism
humoreski {adj} :: humoresque
humoristi {n} :: A humourist/humorist
humoristinen {adj} :: humorous (full of humor)
humpata {v} :: To dance humppa
humppa {n} :: humppa
humpsahtaa {vi} :: to fall suddenly and unintentionally, dropping into something soft
humpuuki {n} :: humbug
humpuukki {n} :: dialectal form of humpuuki (humbug)
humu {n} :: hum
humu {n} :: whirl (in a party etc.)
humus {n} :: humus
-hun {suffix} :: alternative form of -hVn
hunaja {n} :: honey
hunajahapero {n} :: A brittlegill, Russula melliolens
hunajahyrrä {n} :: A honey dipper
hunajainen {adj} :: honey
hunajakakku {n} :: honey cake
hunajakenno {n} :: A honeycomb in the sense of a hexagonal cell structure made by bees
hunajalusikka {n} :: honey dipper (turned kitchen tool used to transfer honey)
hunajamehiläinen {n} :: synonym of tarhamehiläinen
hunajameloni {n} :: honeydew (Cucumis melo)
hunajankeltainen {adj} :: honey (yellowish-brown colour, like that of honey)
hunajaopas {n} :: honeyguide (bird of the family Indicatoridae)
hunajapupu {n} :: honeybunny
hunni {n} :: A Hun
hunningolla {adv} :: In a state or condition of neglect or oblivion; may often be translated into English with the noun mess, or the verb neglect
hunninko {n} :: A state or condition of neglect or oblivion, hardly ever used in cases other than adessive and allative, see hunningolla and hunningolle
hunnuttaa {v} :: To veil
hunsvotti {n} :: rascal, scoundrel
hunterinantilooppi {n} :: hirola, Hunter's hartebeest, Beatragus hunteri or Damaliscus hunteri
Huntingtonin tauti {n} [pathology] :: Huntington's chorea
huntti {n} [colloquial] :: A hundred-euro or markka bill
huntti {n} [colloquial] :: A set of a hundred units of some item
hunttu {n} [dialect, humorous] :: A dog or hound
huntu {n} :: A veil
huntu {n} [astronomy] :: coma
huntukielto {n} :: veil ban
huntupäinen {adj} :: Veiled, having head covered by a veil
huoahtaa {v} :: to sigh briefly
huoahtaa {v} :: to rest briefly, to take a break
huoata {vi} :: To sigh
huoh {interj} :: sigh
huohotin {n} [automotive] :: breather
huohottaa {vi} :: To pant
huohotus {n} :: panting
huoistaa {v} :: alternative form of huojistaa
huoistua {vi} [archaic] :: to cheapen (to become cheaper, go down in price)
huojahtaa {vi} :: to swing once and suddenly
huojas {adj} [archaic] :: easy
huojas {adj} [archaic] :: cheap
huojennus {n} :: relief
huojentaa {v} :: to relieve (to reduce the burden, lighten the load)
huojentua {vi} :: to be relieved
huojeta {v} :: alternative form of huojentua
huojistaa {vt} :: To cheapen
huojistua {vi} :: To become cheaper
huojua {vi} :: To sway
huojunta {n} :: wobble, sway, fluctuation
huojunta {n} [astronomy] :: libration (apparent wobble of the Moon or other celestial object)
huojutella {vt} [frequentative] :: To make sway (repeatedly)
huojuttaa {vt} :: To sway, rock
huokailla {vt} [frequentative] :: To sigh (repeatedly)
huokailu {n} :: sighing
huokaista {vi} :: to sigh (briefly)
huokaista {vi} :: to take a break
huokaus {n} :: A sigh
huokaus {n} :: helpotuksen huokaus: a sigh of relief
huokea {adj} :: inexpensive, cheap
huokeampi {adj} :: comparative of huokea
huokeasti {adv} :: inexpensively, cheaply
huokein {adj} :: superlative of huokea
huokeus {n} :: inexpensiveness, cheapness
huokoinen {adj} :: porous
huokoistua {vi} :: To become porous
huokoisuus {n} :: porosity
huokonen {n} [anatomy] :: pore
huoku {n} :: air current
huokua {v} :: to exhale, emanate (to pass off in the form of vapour, to emit an odor etc.)
huokua {v} [figuratively] :: to emanate, radiate
huolehdinta {n} :: tending, looking after; taking care; worrying (act)
huolehtia {v} :: to care, tend to, tend, look after, take care of
huolehtia {v} :: to take care, mind (to be in charge of)
huolehtia {v} :: to worry
huolekas {adj} :: Thorough
huolekas {adj} :: Worried
huolellinen {adj} :: careful
huolellinen {adj} :: thorough, meticulous
huolellinen {adj} :: painstaking, diligent
huolellisesti {adv} :: carefully
huolenaihe {n} :: cause of worry (something to worry about)
huolestua {vi} [_, + elative] :: To get worried about
huolestunut {adj} :: worried
huolestuttaa {vt} :: To worry
huoleti {adv} :: worryless, free of worry
huoleton {adj} :: carefree
huoleton {adj} :: scatterbrained
huolettaa {vt} :: to worry
huolettomasti {adv} :: carelessly, unsafely, indifferently, blithely
huolettomasti {adv} :: negligently (carelessly)
huolettomasti {adv} :: unconcernedly (in a way that is not worried, anxious or apprehensive)
huolettomuus {n} :: carelessness
huoli {n} :: worry, concern
huolia {v} :: To accept (a present etc.)
huolia {v} :: To care about
huolia {v} :: To mind