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öö {interj}  :: er, uh
ödeema {n} [medicine]  :: oedema
ööga {n} [Helsinki slang]  :: An eye
öh {n}  :: uh (expression of uncertainty)
ööh {interj}  :: uh, erm, um (expression of confusion or uncertainty)
öinen {adj}  :: nocturnal
öisin {adv}  :: in the night, at night
öitä {interj} [colloquial]  :: night, good night
öky {adj}  :: rich, powerful, mighty; used chiefly as modifier in compound terms
ökyrikas {adj} [colloquial]  :: Extremely rich
ökytalo {n}  :: mansion (large house or building, built for the wealthy in order to show their wealth)
Öölanti {prop}  :: Öland
ööli {n} [slang]  :: beer
ölinä {n}  :: bawling
ölistä {vi} [colloquial]  :: To make voices (loudly)
öljy {n}  :: crude oil
öljy {n}  :: oil
öljy {n}  :: Oscar Echo (the letter "Ö" in the Finnish spelling system similar to ICAO spelling alphabet)
öljyala {n}  :: oil industry
öljyalue {n}  :: oil area (area with crude oil reserves)
öljyauto {n} [rare]  :: fuel tanker, petrol tanker, road tanker (tanker for liquid fuels)
öljyšeikki {n}  :: An oil sheikh
öljyemulsio {n}  :: oil emulsion
öljyesiintymä {n}  :: oil deposit
öljyhana {n}  :: oil tap
öljyhappo {n}  :: oleic acid
öljyhiekka {n}  :: tar sand
öljyhoito {n}  :: oil treatment
öljyinen {adj}  :: oily
öljyinen {adj}  :: oleaginous
öljyisempi {adj}  :: comparative form of öljyinen
öljyisyys {n}  :: oiliness
öljyjohto {n}  :: oil pipeline
öljyjäte {n}  :: oil waste
öljykakku {n}  :: oil cake (cake made with vegetable oil instead of butter)
öljykakku {n}  :: oil cake (solid residue remaining after any oilseed has been pressed to remove the vegetable oil; used as animal food)
öljykalvo {n}  :: oil film
öljykamiina {n}  :: oil stove (stove which uses heating oil or kerosene as fuel)
öljykangas {n}  :: oilskin (cloth made from cotton and treated with oil and pigment to make it waterproof)
öljykangastakki {n}  :: oilcloth coat
öljykangastakki {n}  :: oilcloth jacket
öljykanisteri {n}  :: oil canister
öljykankainen {adj}  :: Made of oilcloth
öljykannu {n}  :: oil can
öljykastike {n}  :: oil dressing (salad dressing with vegetable oil as main ingredient, with vinegar, salt, spices and herbs as seasoning)
öljykasvi {n}  :: oil plant (plant cultivated for raw material of vegetable oil)
öljykatastrofi {n}  :: oil catastrophe
öljykeitin {n}  :: oil cooker (cooker in which the food is cooked in heated oil)
öljykeitin {n}  :: oil cooker (cooker using oil as fuel)
öljykenttä {n}  :: oilfield
öljykerrostuma {n}  :: oil stratum
öljykriisi {n}  :: oil crisis
öljykulttuuri {n} [rare]  :: oil culture (culture and way of life based on excessive consumption of mineral oil)
öljylaiva {n} [rare]  :: oil tanker (vessel used to transport large quantities of oil or oil products)
öljylamppu {n}  :: oil lamp
öljylasti {n}  :: oil cargo
öljylautta {n}  :: oil slick
öljylähde {n}  :: oil well
öljyläikkä {n}  :: oil slick, oil spot
öljyläiskä {n}  :: oil spot, oil slick (unwanted small amount of oil on a surface etc.)
öljyliuske {n} [geology]  :: oil shale
öljylämmitin {n}  :: oil heater (heating device that uses oil as fuel)
öljylämmitteinen {n}  :: oil heated
öljylämmitys {n}  :: oil heating
öljylöytö {n}  :: oil find
öljymaa {n}  :: An oil-producing country
öljymaalaus {n}  :: oil painting
öljymaali {n}  :: oil paint
öljymarja {n} [dated]  :: olive
öljymäinen {adj}  :: oily, greasy
öljymittari {n}  :: oil meter, oil pump
Öljymäki {prop}  :: Mount of Olives (mountain on which the garden of Gethsemane lied)
öljymylly {n}  :: oil mill (mill for crushing oil-bearing seeds to prepare them for the pressing stage of the oil-producing process)
öljynetsintä {n}  :: oil exploration
öljynimeytysaine {n}  :: oil absorbent (any solid material used to absorb an oil spill)
öljynjalostamo {n}  :: oil refinery
öljynjalostus {n}  :: oil refining
öljynjalostusteollisuus {n}  :: oil refining industry
öljynkeräysalus {n}  :: oil spill recovery vessel, oil spill response vessel, skimmer (vessel equipped to collect spilled oil from the surface of a body of water)
öljynkestävä {adj}  :: oilproof
öljynkuljetus {n}  :: oil transport, oil transportation
öljynkulutus {n}  :: oil consumption
öljynpaine {n}  :: oil pressure
öljynpainemittari {n}  :: oil pressure meter
öljynporaaja {n}  :: oil driller
öljynporaus {n}  :: oil drilling
öljynporauslautta {n}  :: An oil platform, oil rig
öljynporaustorni {n}  :: rig (special apparatus used for drilling oil wells)
öljynpuhdistamo {n} [dated]  :: oil refinery
öljynpuhdistamo {n}  :: oil purification plant
öljynpuristamo {n}  :: oil pressing plant (facility for extracting crude vegetable oil from oil-rich seeds or other raw material by pressing)
öljynsekainen {adj} [of liquids]  :: oil-contaminated
öljynsuodatin {n}  :: oil filter
öljyntorjunta {n}  :: oil spill control
öljyntuonti {n}  :: oil import
öljyntuotanto {n}  :: oil production
öljyntuottaja {n}  :: oil producer
öljyntuottajamaa {n}  :: oil producing country
öljynvaihto {n}  :: oil change
öljynviejä {n}  :: oil exporter
öljynviejämaa {n}  :: oil exporting country
öljynvienti {n}  :: oil export
öljynvälitys {n}  :: oil trading
öljynäyte {n}  :: oil sample
öljyonnettomuus {n}  :: oil accident
öljypalmu {n}  :: oil palm
öljyparoni {n}  :: oil baron
öljypastelli {n} [painting]  :: oil pastel
öljypellava {n}  :: Any cultivar of flax that is specifically bred to produce raw material for linseed oil production
öljypisara {n}  :: oil drop, drop of oil
öljypitoinen {adj}  :: oil-containing, oil-bearing, oil-rich
öljypitoisuus {n}  :: oil content
öljypohatta {n}  :: oil tycoon, oil baron
öljypohja {n}  :: oil pan, crank pan (lowest part of crankcase which acts as lubricating oil reservoir for an engine)
öljypohjainen {n}  :: oil-based
öljypolitiikka {n}  :: oil politics
öljypoltin {n}  :: oil burner
öljypumppu {n}  :: oil pump
öljypuomi {n}  :: containment boom (temporary floating barrier used to contain an oil spill)
öljyputki {n}  :: oil pipe
öljypuu {n}  :: olive tree
öljypuukasvi {n}  :: Any plant in this family
öljypuukasvi {n} [botany, in plural]  :: Oleaceae (family of 25 genera of generally oil-rich shrubs and trees)
öljyraha {n}  :: oil money, petrodollar
öljysampoo {n}  :: oil shampoo
öljysatama {n}  :: oil harbor
öljysheikki {n}  :: alternative spelling of öljyšeikki
öljysäiliö {n}  :: oil tank
öljysora {n}  :: tarmac
öljysorapäällyste {n}  :: tarmac paving
öljysorapäällysteinen {adj}  :: tarmac-paved, tarmac-laid, tarmac paved, tarmac laid
öljysorastaa {v}  :: to pave with tarmac
öljysorastus {n}  :: tarmac paving (act of paving with tarmac)
öljysoratie {n}  :: tarmac road (road paved with tarmac)
öljysuoni {n}  :: oil vein
öljytä {vt}  :: To lubricate
öljytä {vt}  :: To oil (grease)
öljytä {vt}  :: To oil (lubricate)
öljytahra {n}  :: oil stain
öljytakki {n}  :: oilcloth coat
öljytakki {n}  :: oilcloth jacket
öljytankkeri {n}  :: oil tanker
öljytankki {n}  :: oil tank
öljytempera {n}  :: tempera grassa (painting made with this technique)
öljytempera {n}  :: tempera grassa (painting technique)
öljyteollisuus {n}  :: oil industry
öljyterminaali {n}  :: oil terminal
öljytikku {n}  :: dipstick
öljytila {n}  :: A farm that specializes in cultivation of oil producing plants
öljytila {n}  :: engine oil space (the volume at the bottom of crank case in which lubricating oil accumulates when the engine is not running)
öljyttyä {vi}  :: To be spoiled by oil
öljytuho {n}  :: oil disaster
öljytuikku {n}  :: oil candle (small light comparable to a candle, consisting of an oil bottle or vessel and a wick that goes through the cap of the bottle)
öljytulo {n}  :: oil income
öljytuote {n}  :: oil product
öljyturma {n}  :: oil accident
öljytyö {n}  :: short for öljyvärityö
öljytyöläinen {n}  :: oil worker
öljytynnyri {n}  :: oil barrel (unit of measure)
öljytyöntekijä {n}  :: oil worker
öljyvaate {n} [dated]  :: oilskin
öljyvahinko {n}  :: oil accident
öljyvalaistus {n}  :: oil lighting (lighting arranged with oil lights)
öljyvalo {n}  :: oil lamp
öljyvaltio {n}  :: oil producing country
öljyvaluutta {n}  :: oil currency (currency of an oil producing country)
öljyvaranto {n}  :: oil reserve
öljyvarasto {n}  :: oil storage
öljyvarat {n}  :: oil reserves
öljyvernissa {n}  :: oil varnish (varnish that consists chiefly of processed oils and solvents, i.e. lacking resin component)
öljyväkirehu {n}  :: oil fodder (fodder with high concentration of vegetable or animal oils)
öljyvoimala {n}  :: oil plant
öljyvoimalaitos {n}  :: oil fired power plant
öljyväri {n}  :: oil paint
öljyväriliitu {n}  :: oil pastel, wax oil crayon (crayon made of pigments, oil base and wax binder)
öljyvärimaalaus {n}  :: oil painting
öljyvärityö {n}  :: oil painting
öljyvuoto {n}  :: oil spill
öljy-yhtiö {n}  :: An oil company
öljyyntyä {vi}  :: To be spoiled with oil
öllöttää {v}  :: to loll (to act lazily or indolently, or not at all)
Ö-mappi {n}  :: A figurative binder into which any unwanted proposals are archived in order to be forgotten
-ön {suffix}  :: Suffix variant for the illative singular: see -Vn
-o {suffix}  :: Forms result or action nouns from verbs
-o {suffix}  :: Forms variants from a few nominal roots
oaasi {n} [dated]  :: oasis
OAJ {initialism}  :: Opetusalan Ammattijärjestö (trade union representing the majority of teachers in the public sector, excluding university professors)
oas {n}  :: thorn
O-aukko {n}  :: O neckline, O-neckline (O-shaped neckline)
O-aukkoinen {adj}  :: O-neckline, o-neckline (having an O-shaped neckline, in English this is a case of attributive use of a noun)
Obadja {prop}  :: Obadiah
Obadja {prop}  :: the book of Obadiah
obduktio {n}  :: autopsy
obdusoida {v}  :: To conduct an autopsy
obeliski {n}  :: obelisk
obesiteetti {n} [medicine]  :: obesity
obinugrilainen {adj}  :: Ob-Ugrian
objekti {n}  :: object
objektiivi {n}  :: objective (lens or system of lenses)
objektiivi {n}  :: objective, objective case (grammatical case in some languages)
objektiivinen {adj}  :: objective
objektiivinen genetiivi {n} [linguistics]  :: genitive-accusative
objektiivisesti {adv}  :: objectively
objektiivisuus {n}  :: objectivity
oblaatti {n} [Christianity, archaic]  :: A wafer
oblasti {n}  :: An oblast
obligaatio {n} [economics]  :: bond
obligaatio {n}  :: obligation
obligaatiokauppa {n} [finance]  :: bond trade
obligaatiolaina {n} [finance]  :: bond loan
obligaatiomarkkina {n} [finance, usually in plural]  :: bond market
obligaatiomeklari {n} [finance]  :: bond trader
obligatorinen {adj}  :: obligatory
obliikvisija {n} [grammar]  :: oblique case
oboe {n} [musical instruments]  :: oboe
oboekonsertto {n}  :: oboe concerto
oboensoitto {n}  :: oboe playing
oboesonaatti {n}  :: oboe sonata
oboesoolo {n}  :: oboe solo
oboisti {n}  :: oboist
obseeni {adj}  :: obscene
observaatio {n}  :: observation (record)
observaatio {n}  :: observation (the act of observing)
observaattori {n}  :: observer
observatorio {n}  :: observatory
observoida {v}  :: To observe
observoija {n}  :: observer
observointi {n}  :: observation
obsessio {n} [psychology]  :: obsession
obsidiaani {n}  :: obsidian
obskuuri {adj}  :: obscure
obstetriikka {n} [medicine]  :: obstetrics
obstruentti {n} [phonetics]  :: obstruent
obstruktio {n}  :: obstruction
Occamin partaveitsi {n}  :: Occam's razor
odelma {n} [agriculture]  :: aftergrass
odelmikko {n} [agriculture]  :: The grass grown after haymaking
odontiitti {n} [pathology]  :: odontitis
odontologi {n}  :: odontologist, dentist
odontologia {n}  :: odontology, dentistry
odontologinen {adj}  :: odontological
odota {interj}  :: wait up
odote {n}  :: expectancy
odotella {v}  :: To wait about
odotettavissa {v}  :: olla odotettavissa: to be expected
odotettu {adj}  :: expected
odotetunlainen {adj}  :: expected
odotetusti {adv}  :: expectedly
odottaa {vt}  :: to expect (someone = genitive, to do something = active present participle singular in genitive, -van/-vän); to anticipate
odottaa {vt} [transitive + partitive]  :: to be expecting, be pregnant
odottaa {vt} [transitive + partitive]  :: to wait for, await, expect, anticipate
odottaja {n}  :: One who waits; waiter
odottamaton {adj}  :: unexpected, unheralded, unannounced, abrupt (without prior warning)
odottamatta {adv}  :: unexpectedly
odottamattomasti {adv}  :: unexpectedly
odottamattomuus {n}  :: unexpectedness
odottava {adj}  :: expectant (marked by expectation)
odottava {adj}  :: expecting, expectant, pregnant
odottava {adj}  :: waiting
odottelu {n}  :: waiting
odotuksenmukainen {adj}  :: anticipated, expected (corresponding with the expectations)
odotuksenmukaisesti {adv}  :: as expected
odotuksenvastainen {adj}  :: unanticipated, unexpected (being against the expectations)
odotuksenvastaisesti {adj}  :: unexpectedly (against the expectations)
odotus {n}  :: expectation, anticipation
odotus {n}  :: wait, waiting
odotusaika {n}  :: pregnancy
odotusaika {n}  :: waiting time, waiting period
odotusarvo {n} [statistics]  :: expected value
odotushalli {n}  :: waiting hall
odotushuone {n}  :: waiting room
odotuskatos {n}  :: waiting shelter
odotuskierros {n} [aviation]  :: holding pattern (path taken by an aircraft waiting to land)
odotuslisä {n}  :: waiting time allowance (extra payment for having to wait for work)
odotuslista {n}  :: waiting list
odotuspäivä {n}  :: waiting day
odotussali {n}  :: waiting hall
odotussiirto {n} [chess]  :: waiting move (passive move that puts the burden to move on the opposing player)
odotustila {n}  :: waiting space
odotuttaa {vt}  :: To cause someone to wait
odysseia {n}  :: odyssey
offensiivi {n}  :: offensive
offensiivinen {adj}  :: offensive
offsetlitografia {n} [printing]  :: offset lithography
offsetmenetelmä {n}  :: offset (printing method)
offsetpainate {n} [printing]  :: A printed matter produced with offset printing
offsetpaino {n}  :: offset (printing method)
offshorerakenne {n}  :: offshore structure
offshoretekniikka {n}  :: offshore technology
offshoreteollisuus {n}  :: offshore industry
offshore-yhtiö {n}  :: offshore company
ofikleidi {n} [musical instruments]  :: ophicleide
oftalmia {n} [disease]  :: Any eye inflammation
oftalmiatriikka {n}  :: ophthalmiatrics
oftalmiitti {n} [disease]  :: Any eye inflammation
oftalminen {adj}  :: ophthalmic
oftalmo- {prefix}  :: ophthalmo-
oftalmologi {n}  :: ophthalmologist
oftalmologia {n}  :: ophthalmology
oftalmometria {n}  :: ophthalmometry
oftalmopatia {n}  :: ophthalmopathy
oftalmoplegia {n}  :: ophthalmoplegia
oftalmoskooppi {n}  :: ophthalmoscope
oftalmoskopia {n}  :: ophthalmoscopy
oftalmotonometria {n}  :: ophthalmotonometry
ogilbynsukeltaja-antilooppi {n}  :: Ogilby's duiker, Cephalophus ogilbyi (West African species of antelope)
oglala {n} [in plural]  :: This tribe
oglala {n}  :: Oglala Lakota (member of a subtribe of the Lakota people, who belong to the Great Sioux Nation)
ogoni {n}  :: Ogoni (language)
ogoni {n}  :: Ogoni (member of SE Nigerian ethnic group)
ohari {n} [colloquial]  :: cheating, swindle, spoof, deception (act of not keeping one's promise)
ohari {n} [medicine, colloquial]  :: bypass
ohdake {n}  :: thistle
ohdakeperhonen {n}  :: painted lady [UK], cosmopolitan [North America], Vanessa cardui, alt. Cynthia cardui (common butterfly)
ohdakkeinen {adj} [figuratively]  :: thorny
ohdakkeinen {adj}  :: having many thistles
oheen {postp} [figuratively]  :: alongside
oheen {postp}  :: to the side of, alongside
oheinen {adj}  :: enclosed, attached
oheinen {adj}  :: supplementary
oheisaineisto {n}  :: supplementary material
oheisilmiö {n}  :: supplementary phenomenon
oheiskulu {n}  :: incidental expense (minor expense incurred in the course of an activity)
oheislaite {n} [computing]  :: peripheral device
oheislaitteisto {n} [collectively]  :: peripheral devices
oheislaji {n}  :: supplementary sports activity (sport activity that is supplementary to one's main sport)
oheislukemisto {n}  :: supplementary reading material, supplementary reading
oheismateriaali {n}  :: supplementary material
oheismyynti {n}  :: supplementary sales
oheisohjelma {n}  :: supplementary program
oheispalvelu {n}  :: supplementary service, ancillary service
oheissakko {n} [criminal law]  :: supplementary fine (fine as supplementary punishment, see oheisseuraamus)
oheisseuraamus {n} [criminal law]  :: supplementary punishment, ancillary sanction (punishment, such as a fine or community service, given in addition to a main punishment, typically a suspended imprisonment)
oheistaa {v}  :: To enclose (to add as enclosure, as to a letter or e-mail)
oheistapahtuma {n}  :: supplementary event
oheistarvike {n}  :: accessory (something that belongs to part of another main thing; something additional and subordinate, an attachment)
oheistilaisuus {n}  :: supplementary event
oheistoiminta {n}  :: supplementary activity
oheistuote {n}  :: supplementary product
oheisviestintä {n}  :: supplementary communication
ohella {postp} [figuratively]  :: together with, alongside, along with, while
ohenema {n}  :: alternative term for ohentuma
ohenne {n}  :: thinner (liquid substance used to thin the consistency of another liquid)
ohennin {n}  :: thinner (liquid substance used to thin the consistency of another liquid)
ohennus {n}  :: thinning (act of making thinner)
ohennusaine {n}  :: thinner (substance, usually a liquid, used to thin the consistency of another liquid)
ohentaa {vt}  :: To dilute
ohentaa {vt}  :: To thin
ohenteinen {adj}  :: soluble, thinnable (of paint, capable of being thinned with something, always used with a modifier which specifies the type of thinner)
ohentua {vi}  :: to thin, to grow thinner
ohentuma {n}  :: thin, thin point, thin area, thin spot etc. (part of an object that is, has become or has been made thinner than its environment)
ohessa {adv}  :: attached, enclosed
ohessa {postp}  :: by, at the side, alongside
ohessa {postp} [figuratively]  :: together with, alongside, along with, while
ohesta {postp}  :: from the side of
ohestalyönti {n} [chess]  :: en passant
oheta {v}  :: to thin (out), become/get thinner
ohhoh {interj}  :: uh-oh (exclamation of error, concern, awareness of a problem, or surprise)
ohhoijaa {interj}  :: sigh (expression of fatigue, exhaustion, grief, sorrow, frustration, or the like)
ohi {adv} [spatial]  :: used to indicate movement past or beyond a certain point
ohi {adv} [temporal]  :: over
ohi {interj}  :: miss! (used like an interjection to indicate that a shot missed the target)
ohi {n} [archaic]  :: side, flank
ohi {postp} [spatial]  :: by, past (when one goes through the space that is next to something):
ohi {postp} [spatial]  :: wide
ohi- {prefix}  :: by-
ohi {prep}  :: (spatial) past
ohikiitävä {adj}  :: fleeting, transient
ohikulkija {n}  :: passer-by
ohikulkutie {n}  :: bypass, bypass road (road that passes around something)
ohimarssi {n} [colloquial]  :: cheating, swindle, spoof, deception (act of not keeping one's promise)
ohimarssi {n} [military]  :: march-past
ohimenevä {adj}  :: transient, transitory, passing
ohimenevästi {adv}  :: transiently, momentarily, briefly
ohimennen {adv}  :: in passing, passing (done only in passing; vague, cursory)
ohimo {n} [anatomy]  :: temple
ohimohius {n}  :: temple hair (individual hair on the temple of a person)
-ohimoinen {adj}  :: -templed
ohimokihara {n}  :: sidelock (lock of hair worn at the side of the head, such as that worn by some orthodox Jews)
ohimolihas {n}  :: temporal muscle, temporalis
ohimolohko {n} [anatomy]  :: temporal lobe
ohimoluu {n} [skeleton]  :: The temporal bone
ohitella {v}  :: To overtake (repeatedly)
ohitse {postp} [with genitive]  :: by, past (when one goes through the space that is next to something):
ohittaa {v}  :: To pass, overtake
ohittua {vi}  :: To be passed
ohitus {n}  :: bypass
ohitus {n}  :: overtaking
ohituskaista {n}  :: overtaking lane
ohituskielto {n}  :: no overtaking (traffic sign)
ohituskielto {n}  :: prohibition of overtaking
ohituskirurgia {n} [medicine]  :: bypass surgery (class of surgeries involving rerouting a tubular body part)
ohituskolari {n}  :: overtaking collision, overtaking accident
ohitusleikkaus {n}  :: bypass operation (surgical operation involving rerouting a tubular body part)
ohitusonnettomuus {n}  :: overtaking accident
ohitustie {n}  :: bypass, bypass road (road that passes around something)
ohitustilanne {n} [motoring]  :: overtake situation
ohivalintanumero {n} [telephony]  :: direct number, direct dial number
ohivirtausmoottori {n}  :: A turbofan
ohja {n}  :: [usually plural] rein (strap or rope attached to the bridle or bit, used to control a horse or other animal)
ohjaaja {n}  :: director
ohjaaja {n}  :: driver, pilot
ohjaaja {n}  :: tutor, mentor, counselor, adviser, instructor, for example camp counselor, guidance counselor, physical education instructor
ohjaaminen {n}  :: diversion
ohjaaminen {n}  :: instructing
ohjaaminen {n}  :: steering
ohjaamo {n}  :: cockpit
ohjailla {v}  :: To steer
ohjain {n} [computing]  :: a piece of hardware such as a video card
ohjain {n} [computing]  :: in Microsoft Windows, a device driver
ohjain {n}  :: controller, a controlling mechanism
ohjainpinta {n} [aeronautics]  :: A control surface
ohjanta {n}  :: alternative form of ohjaus
ohjas {n}  :: A rein (strap or rope attached to the bridle or bit, used to control a horse or other animal)
ohjasdelfiini {n}  :: pantropical spotted dolphin, Stenella attenuata
ohjaskelkka {n}  :: luge (type of racing sled)
ohjaskelkkailija {n}  :: luger (one who rides a luge)
ohjaskelkkailu {n}  :: luge (the sport of racing with luges)
ohjaskenguru {n}  :: bridled nailtail wallaby, Onychogalea fraenata
ohjasnokitiira {n}  :: bridled tern, Onychoprion anaethetus, formerly Sterna anaethetus
ohjasperät {n} [horsemanship]  :: ends of the reins
ohjastaa {vt}  :: to drive (to direct a horse e.g. in harness racing)
ohjastaja {n}  :: driver (in harness racing, the person who directs the horse)
ohjastus {n}  :: driving
ohjata {v}  :: to control, monitor, oversee, govern, steer, regulate, supervise, direct an activity, task, organization, operations (in general and medical operations), government authorities, the enforcement of (and implementation of and compliance with) laws and regulations, etc
ohjata {v}  :: to control, regulate a device, appliance, or system
ohjata {v}  :: to direct a play, film, etc
ohjata {v}  :: to direct, guide, conduct, lead, channel a moving object, flowing substance, traffic, etc
ohjata {v}  :: to give information to, give instructions to, give directions to, tell someone what to do, counsel, instruct, guide, direct, tutor, mentor, encourage people, patients, employees, students, studies, traffic, etc
ohjata {v}  :: to show the way, give directions, show to somewhere, usher, direct, guide, lead
ohjata {v}  :: to steer, pilot, navigate, drive a vehicle (car, ship, airplane, etc.)
ohjattava {adj}  :: controllable, controlled; often used as headword in compound terms
ohjattavuus {n}  :: controllability
ohjattavuus {n}  :: steerability
ohjattu {adj} [especially as headword in compound terms]  :: controlled
ohjauksentehostin {n}  :: alternative term for ohjaustehostin
-ohjauksinen {adj}  :: alternative form of ohjattu (equipped with certain type of steering or control)
ohjaus {n} [cinema, theater]  :: direction
ohjaus {n} [ice hockey]  :: deflection (practice of changing the direction of the puck with the stick without actually shooting)
ohjaus {n}  :: the action noun of the verb ohjata; control, guidance, steering, instruction etc
ohjausakseli {n} [cars]  :: steering axle
ohjausautomatiikka {n} [cars]  :: steering automation
ohjausautomatiikka {n}  :: control automation
ohjauselektroniikka {n}  :: control electronics
ohjausjärjestelmä {n}  :: control system
ohjauskeino {n}  :: means of control
ohjauskorko {n}  :: key central bank interest rate, central bank interest rate (interest rate determined by a central bank with which the bank intends to influence market interest rates; typically the annualized rents at which the central bank lends money overnight to or from the commercial banks)
ohjauskäsky {n}  :: steering command
ohjauskyky {adj}  :: steerability
ohjauskykyinen {adj}  :: steerable
ohjauskyvytön {adj}  :: unsteerable
ohjauslaite {n}  :: control device
ohjauslaite {n}  :: steering device
ohjausliike {n}  :: steering movement
ohjauslukko {n} [cars]  :: steering lock
ohjausmekanismi {n}  :: control mechanism
ohjauspaneeli {n}  :: alternative term for ohjaustaulu
ohjauspotkuri {n} [nautical]  :: steering thruster (propeller installed at the bow, or more rarely at the stern, of a vessel to provide sideways thrust that improves the vessel's manoeuvrability in the harbor)
ohjauspylväs {n} [cars]  :: steering column
ohjauspyörä {n}  :: steering wheel
ohjauspöytä {n}  :: A horizontally mounted control panel
ohjausryhmä {n}  :: steering group (a group charged with developing an agenda or policy for a legislative assembly or other organisation)
ohjaussauva {n}  :: stick (control column of an aircraft)
ohjaussuunta {n} [nautical, aviation]  :: heading (guideline value for the direction into which a vessel should be heading according to the vessel's main navigation instrument. With a magnetic compass it is the desired course corrected with the effects of wind, sea currents and compass declination (apparent heading or the direction into which the bow points), with GPS navigation it is the desired course)
ohjaussysteemi {n}  :: alternative term for ohjausjärjestelmä
ohjaustanko {n}  :: handlebar (bar for steering)
ohjaustaulu {n}  :: control panel
ohjaustehostin {n}  :: power steering
ohjaustermi {n} [information science]  :: non-descriptor, non-preferred term (within an indexing language, an auxiliary term that is synonymous to an index term and is used to redirect a search to the proper index term)
ohjausvaihde {n} [mechanics, cars]  :: steering gear (mechanism by which the rotation of the steering column is transferred to the horizontal movement that turns the wheels)
ohjausvirhe {n}  :: steering mistake
ohjausväline {n}  :: guidance tool
ohjautua {vi}  :: To move into (unwanted) direction; to drift
ohje {n}  :: help, instruction (instance of the information or knowledge furnished)
ohjehinta {n}  :: recommended retail price (consumer or retail price recommended by a manufacturer or wholesaler)
ohjeistaa {vt}  :: To instruct; to give instructions
ohjeistus {n}  :: instructions, rubric
ohjekirja {n}  :: manual (book)
ohjekirjanen {n}  :: instruction booklet
ohjelma {n}  :: cycle (program on a washing machine)
ohjelma {n}  :: playbill (program for theater or other performance)
ohjelma {n}  :: program, programme
ohjelma {n}  :: show (broadcast program)
ohjelma {n}  :: software, program (piece of software)
ohjelmaformaatti {n}  :: format (form of presentation of a radio or TV program)
ohjelmaidea {n}  :: program idea
ohjelmajohtaja {n}  :: program director
ohjelmajulistus {n}  :: manifesto, program declaration
ohjelmakaavio {n}  :: program schedule
ohjelmakirja {n}  :: program book (printed schedule of events, locations of function rooms and other pertinent information pertaining to a convention, conference or cultural event)
ohjelmakirjasto {n} [computing]  :: software library; also program library
ohjelmalaskuri {n} [computing]  :: program counter
ohjelmalehtinen {n}  :: program sheet
ohjelmaluonnos {n}  :: draft program
ohjelmamusiikki {n}  :: program music (form of art music)
ohjelmanjulistus {n}  :: alternative term for ohjelmajulistus
ohjelmanmuutos {n}  :: change in the program
ohjelmanumero {n}  :: number (performance, especially as part of a larger show)
ohjelmanvalitsin {n}  :: program selector
ohjelmaopas {n}  :: program guide
ohjelmapolitiikka {n} [radio, TV]  :: programming policy
ohjelmasarja {n} [TV, radio]  :: series (television or radio program which consists of several episodes that are broadcast in regular intervals)
ohjelmasuunnittelu {n}  :: program planning
ohjelmatarjonta {n}  :: program supply
ohjelmatoimisto {n}  :: talent agency, booking agency (firm who finds jobs for artists and other people in various entertainment or broadcast businesses)
ohjelmatuotanto {n}  :: program production
ohjelmatuotantoyhtiö {n}  :: program production company
ohjelmatuottaja {n}  :: program producer
ohjelmavihkonen {n}  :: program booklet
ohjelmisto {n}  :: repertoire
ohjelmisto {n}  :: software
ohjelmistoinsinööri {n}  :: software engineer
ohjelmistokehitys {n}  :: software development
ohjelmistostandardi {n}  :: software standard
ohjelmistosuunnittelu {n}  :: software design
ohjelmistotalo {n}  :: software house
ohjelmistotekniikka {n}  :: software technology
ohjelmistoteollisuus {n}  :: software industry
ohjelmistotuotanto {n}  :: software production
ohjelmistoyhtiö {n}  :: a software company
ohjelmistoyritys {n}  :: software company
ohjelmoida {vt}  :: To program
ohjelmoija {n}  :: A programmer (one who designs software)
ohjelmointi {n} [computing]  :: programming
ohjelmointikieli {n} [computing]  :: programming language
ohjelmointivirhe {n}  :: programming error
ohjelmointiympäristö {n}  :: programming environment
ohjemerkki {n}  :: A type of traffic sign that deliver information and instructions on local circumstances, such as signs for parking, bus stop, reserved lane, change of type of road etc
ohjenopeus {n}  :: advisory speed, recommended speed
ohjenuora {n}  :: guideline
ohjepaketti {n}  :: instruction package
ohjepalkka {n}  :: recommended salary
ohjesääntö {n}  :: guideline, directive
ohjeteksti {n}  :: instructional text
ohjevähittäishinta {n}  :: recommended retail price, manufacturer's suggested retail price, list price
ohjus {n}  :: missile, guided missile
ohjusase {n} [inaccurately]  :: missile (self-propelled projectile whose trajectory can be adjusted after having been launched)
ohjusase {n}  :: missiles (missiles collectively as weapon class)
ohjushyökkäys {n}  :: missile attack
ohjusjärjestelmä {n}  :: missile system
ohjusristeilijä {n}  :: guided missile cruiser
ohjussiilo {n}  :: missile silo
ohjussukellusvene {n}  :: missile submarine
ohjustentorjuntaohjus {n}  :: anti-missile missile
ohjustukikohta {n}  :: missile base
ohjustyyppi {n}  :: missile type
ohjusvene {n}  :: missile boat
ohkainen {adj} [rare]  :: thin
ohkolevy {n}  :: relief foil (aluminum foil typically less than 0.1 mm thick but clearly thicker than ordinary household foil, used chiefly for art and handicrafts)
ohmi {n} [physics, electronics]  :: ohm
Ohmin laki {prop} [physics]  :: Ohm's law
oho {interj}  :: Acknowledging a minor mistake: oops, whoops-a-daisy
oho {interj}  :: An indication of excitement or surprise: wow, whoa, oh, ooh, ay, chihuahua
ohoh {interj}  :: uh-oh
ohoi {interj}  :: ahoy
Ohotanmeri {prop}  :: The Sea of Okhotsk
ohra {n}  :: barley
ohrahiutale {n}  :: barley flake
ohrahiutalepuuro {n}  :: barley flake porridge
ohrainen {adj}  :: (made of) barley
ohraisesti {adv} [idiomatic]  :: käydä ~ : to end up unluckily or unfortunately, to be unlucky
ohrajauho {n}  :: barley flour
ohrajauhovelli {n}  :: barley gruel
ohraleipä {n}  :: barley bread
ohraleipä {n}  :: ottaa ohraleipä = to undergo hard or tough times
ohramallas {n}  :: barley malt
ohrana {n} [informal, derogative]  :: policeman
ohrana {n} [informal]  :: police, especially the Russian secret police corps of 1866 to 1917
ohranjyvä {n}  :: barley grain
ohranjyvä {n} [idiomatic]  :: ~ silmässä ("barley grain in the eye"): drunk
ohransiemen {n}  :: barley seed
ohrantähkä {n}  :: barley ear
ohranverkkolaikku {n}  :: barley net blotch (disease of barley caused by the fungus Pyrenophora teres a.k.a. Drechslera teres)
ohranviljely {n}  :: barley growing
ohrapelto {n}  :: barley field
ohrapirtelö {n} [humorous]  :: beer
ohrapuuro {n}  :: barley porridge
ohrarieska {n}  :: A "rieska" -bread made of barley
ohraruumen {n}  :: barley husk
ohraryyni {n}  :: barley groat
ohraryynipuuro {n}  :: barley groat porridge, barley porridge
ohrasuurimo {n}  :: barley groat
ohravelli {n}  :: barley gruel
Ohto {prop} [rare]  :: male given name
ohuehko {adj}  :: quite thin
ohuelti {adv}  :: in a thin layer
ohuempi {adj}  :: comparative form of ohut
ohuesti {adv}  :: thinly
ohuin {adj}  :: superlative form of ohut
ohuinen {adj}  :: thin (being of certain thinness)
ohukainen {n}  :: A thin pancake resembling crepe / crêpe
ohukaisjauhe {n}  :: pancake mix
ohukaispannu {n}  :: pancake pan
ohukaispino {n}  :: stack of pancakes
ohukaistaikina {n}  :: pancake dough
ohukas {n}  :: A type of pancake resembling crêpe
ohut {adj}  :: thin
ohuthuulinen {adj}  :: thin-lipped
ohutkalvo {n} [technology]  :: thin film
ohutkalvotekniikka {n}  :: thin film technology
ohutkaulainen {adj}  :: thin necked
ohutkuorinen {n}  :: thin-barked (of a tree)
ohutkuorinen {n}  :: thin-crusted (of bread, Earth)
ohutkuorinen {n}  :: thin-shelled
ohutkuorinen {n}  :: thin-skinned (of fruit or vegetable)
ohutlevy {n}  :: sheet metal (metal worked into a thin, flat sheet, used widely as construction material and raw material for a multitude of industrial products)
ohutneulabiopsia {n} [medicine]  :: fine-needle biopsy, fine-needle aspiration (procedure of taking a sample of cells from an internal organ with a fine and long needle)
ohutneulanäyte {n} [medicine]  :: fine-needle aspiration sample, FNA sample, fine-needle sample
ohutpiikkipiikkisika {n}  :: alternative term for bahianpiikkirotta, Chaetomys subspinosus
ohutpäällyste {n}  :: low coat
ohutpohjainen {adj}  :: thin-bottomed
ohutrunkoinen {adj}  :: thin-trunked
ohutsarvilammas {n}  :: Dall sheep (species of sheep native to northwestern North America, Ovis dalli')
ohutsuoli {n} [anatomy]  :: small intestine
ohutsuolisairaus {n}  :: disease of the small intestine
ohutsuolisyöpä {n}  :: small intestine cancer
ohuttukkainen {adj}  :: thin-haired
ohuus {n}  :: rarity (e.g. of air)
ohuus {n}  :: thinness
oi {interj} [poetic]  :: o, oh
-oida {suffix}  :: Forms verbs from nouns or adjectives
oidipaalinen {adj} [psychoanalysis]  :: oedipal
oidipuskompleksi {n} [psychoanalysis]  :: Oedipus complex
oieta {vi}  :: To straighten (up/out)
oi'istaa {v}  :: alternative term for oikaista
oi'istua {v}  :: alternative term for oikaistua
oi'istus {n}  :: alternative term for oikaisu
oijoi {interj}  :: ouch
oikaista {vi}  :: To take a shortcut
oikaista {vt}  :: To straighten, correct, rectify, amend, revise
oikaista koipensa {v} [idiomatic, colloquial]  :: To check out, die (literally: "to straighten (up) one's legs")
oikaistua {v}  :: alternative term for oieta
oikaisu {n} [aeronautics]  :: recovery from an abnormal flight state such as stall or spin
oikaisu {n}  :: correction (substitution for an error or mistake)
oikaisu {n}  :: shortcut (method to accomplish something that omits one or more steps)
oikaisu {n}  :: taking a shortcut (act of taking a path between two points that is faster than the commonly used paths)
oikaisulukija {n}  :: alternative term for oikolukija
oikaisuluku {n}  :: alternative term for oikoluku
oikaisuvedos {n}  :: alternative term for oikovedos
oikea {adj}  :: appropriate, proper, fitting
oikea {adj}  :: just, fair
oikea {adj}  :: real, true
oikea {adj}  :: right, correct (morally good, acceptable; free from error, true; opposite of wrong)
oikea {adj}  :: right (opposite of left)
oikea-aikainen {adj}  :: timely (done, happening or appearing at the proper time)
oikea-aikaisesti {adv}  :: in a timely manner
oikea-aikaisuus {adv}  :: timeliness
oikeakielinen {adj}  :: grammatically correct
oikeakielisyys {n}  :: grammatical correctness
oikeakielisyysohje {n}  :: grammar guide
oikeakierteinen {adj}  :: right-hand threaded
oikeakätinen {adj}  :: right-handed
oikeakätisyys {n}  :: right-handedness
oikealla {adv}  :: On the right
oikealle {adv}  :: To the right
oikealta {adv}  :: From the right
oikeamielinen {adj}  :: righteous
oikeamielisesti {adv}  :: righteously
oikeamielisyys {n}  :: righteousness
oikeammin {adv}  :: comparative form of oikein
oikeampi {adj}  :: comparative form of oikea
oikeanlaatuinen {adj}  :: alternative term for oikeanlainen
oikeanlainen {adj}  :: of the right kind
oikeanlainen {adj}  :: of the right quality
oikeanpuoleinen {adj}  :: right, right-hand
oikeanpuoleisempi {adj}  :: comparative form of oikeanpuoleinen
oikeanpuoleisin {adj}  :: superlative form of oikeanpuoleinen
oikeaoppinen {adj}  :: orthodox
oikeaoppisesti {adv}  :: orthodoxly
oikeaoppisuus {n}  :: orthodoxy
oikeassa {adv}  :: olla ~ to be right/correct, have the correct view
oikeastaan {adv}  :: actually, in fact
oikeasti {adv}  :: correctly
oikeasti {adv}  :: really
oikeauskoinen {adj}  :: orthodox
oikein {adv} [of a view, opinion]  :: only used in olla oikea (to be correct, correspond to the reality)
oikein {adv}  :: properly
oikein {adv}  :: right (in a correct manner)
oikein {adv}  :: right (in a morally correct/upright way)
oikein {adv}  :: very, really
oikeinkirjoituksen tarkistin {n} [computing]  :: spell checker
oikeinkirjoitus {n}  :: spelling, orthography
oikeinkirjoitusjärjestelmä {n} [linguistics]  :: orthography, also orthographic system (method of representing a language or the sounds of language by written symbols)
oikeinkirjoitussääntö {n}  :: orthographic rule
oikein-merkki {n}  :: A symbol consisting of a slash (/) and two dots, one on the upper left side of the slash and the other on the lower right side. Alternative way to describe the symbol is that it's like a %-sign in which the o's are replaced with dots. This symbol is used in Finland to indicate agreement, correctness or acknowledgement. When ticking a box, an X (rasti) is normally used as the sign of acceptance
oikein-merkki {n}  :: checkmark, tick (mark made to indicate agreement, correctness or acknowledgement); see also "Usage notes" below
oikeisto {n} [politics]  :: the (political) right, the conservatives, right wing
oikeistodiktatuuri {n}  :: right-wing dictatorship
oikeistoenemmistö {n}  :: right-wing conservative majority
oikeistohallitus {n}  :: right-wing government
oikeistolainen {adj}  :: right-wing
oikeistolainen {n}  :: rightwinger
oikeistolaistua {vi}  :: To move right (politically)
oikeistolaisuus {n}  :: conservatism (political philosophy)
oikeistolehdistö {n}  :: conservative press, right-wing press
oikeistolehti {n}  :: conservative newspaper
oikeistoliike {n}  :: conservative movement
oikeistopiiri {n}  :: conservative circle
oikeistopoliitikko {n}  :: conservative politician
oikeistopolitiikka {n}  :: conservative politics
oikeistopuolue {n}  :: right-wing party
oikeistoradikaali {n}  :: right-wing radical
oikeistoradikalismi {n}  :: right-wing radicalism
oikeistosiipi {n} [politics]  :: right wing
oikeistosuuntaus {n}  :: conservative orientation
oikeistosuuntaus {n}  :: conservative trend
oikeistovoima {n}  :: right-wing power
oikeudellinen {adj}  :: forensic
oikeudellinen {adj}  :: judicial
oikeudellisesti {adv}  :: judicially
oikeudenala {n}  :: field of law
oikeuden halventaminen {n} [legal]  :: contempt of court (open disrespect of a court of law)
oikeudenistunto {n}  :: session of the court
oikeudenkäymiskaari {n} [legal, in Finnish legislation]  :: The Code of Judicial Procedure
oikeudenkäynti {n}  :: A trial, (legal) process, judicial proceedings {p}
oikeudenkäyntiasiamies {n} [legal]  :: An attorney
oikeudenkäyntiavustaja {n}  :: legal assistant (person who assists a party in a trial)
oikeudenkäyntikulu {n}  :: legal cost (all costs caused by a judicial process)
oikeudenkäyntimenettely {n} [legal]  :: A (judicial) procedure
oikeudenkäyttö {n}  :: judicature (administration of justice by judges and courts)
oikeudenloukkaus {n} [legal]  :: infringement, tort (violation or breach of legal rights of another)
oikeudenmukainen {adj}  :: Just, fair
oikeudenmukainen oikeudenkäynti {n} [legal]  :: fair trial
oikeudenmukaisesti {adv}  :: justly, fairly
oikeudenmukaisuus {n}  :: fairness, justice; rectitude
oikeudenomistaja {n} [legal]  :: successor in title (one to whom rights of another person have been transferred, typically through trade, gift or inheritance)
oikeudentunto {n}  :: sense of justice
oikeudenvastainen {adj}  :: unlawful, illegal (against the law)
oikeudeton {adj}  :: rightless (lacking rights)
oikeudeton {adj}  :: unjust (morally wrong or unfair, but not necessarily against the law)
oikeudeton {adj}  :: unlawful (against the law)
oikeus {n}  :: court (place, where justice is administered)
oikeus {n} [in the plural]  :: license
oikeus {n}  :: justice, law
oikeus {n}  :: law (legal system)
oikeus {n}  :: rightness, fairness
oikeus {n}  :: right (to something = illative; to do something = infinitive)
oikeus {n} [social security]  :: entitlement
oikeusala {n}  :: judicature
oikeusapu {n}  :: legal advice
oikeusapu {n}  :: legal aid (free or low-cost service in the field of law, for the indigent)
oikeusasiamies {n}  :: ombudsman
oikeusavustaja {n}  :: public defender [US], duty solicitor [Commonwealth], duty counsel [Canada] (lawyer appointed to represent people who cannot afford to hire an attorney, usually paid from public funds)
oikeushammaslääketiede {n}  :: Forensic dentistry
oikeushammaslääkäri {n}  :: Forensic dentist
oikeushenkilö {n} [legal]  :: Body corporate, legal person
oikeushistoria {n}  :: legal history
oikeusinformatiikka {n}  :: legal informatics (application of informatics within the context of the legal environment)
oikeusjuttu {n}  :: lawsuit, suit, case
oikeuskansleri {n}  :: (the official full name: eduskunnan oikeuskansleri) the Attorney General:
oikeuskäsittely {n} [legal]  :: judicial process (series of actions required in order to deliver justice in a court)
oikeuskäsitys {n}  :: Concept of justice
oikeuskäytäntö {n} [legal]  :: Legal praxis (within one jurisdiction)
oikeuslaitos {n}  :: judiciary, judicial system
oikeuslääketiede {n}  :: forensic medicine
oikeuslääketieteellinen {adj}  :: forensic
oikeuslääketieteellinen kuolemansyyn selvittäminen {n} [legal]  :: inquest (a formal investigation into the cause of death)
oikeusministeri {n}  :: (where there are "Ministers" in the Cabinet, e.g. in Finland) Minister of justice; (in the USA) attorney general (in the Cabinet)
oikeusministeriö {n}  :: (referring to countries where that governmental branch is called "Ministry", e.g. Finland) the Ministry of Justice; (referring to the USA) the Department of Justice
oikeusmurha {n}  :: miscarriage of justice (error at a trial which led to an unjust outcome)
oikeusoppinut {n}  :: law scholar
oikeussali {n}  :: courtroom
oikeussosiologia {n}  :: sociology of law, legal sociology
oikeussubjekti {n} [legal]  :: legal subject (entity - natural person or legal person - capable of interacting legally, i.e. of holding rights, duties and capacities)
oikeustalo {n}  :: courthouse (public building housing courts of law)
oikeustaloustiede {n}  :: law and economics, economic analysis of law
oikeusteitse {adv}  :: through the court
oikeusteologia {n}  :: juridical theology (study of the principles of law from the theological point of view)
oikeusteoria {n}  :: theory of justice
oikeustiede {n}  :: jurisprudence (philosophy, science, and study of law)
oikeustieteellinen {adj}  :: jurisprudential (of or pertaining to jurisprudence)
oikeustieteellinen {adj}  :: of law
oikeustieteen kandidaatti {n} [historical]  :: Master of Laws
oikeustieteen tohtori {n}  :: Doctor of Jurisprudence, Doctor of Law, Juris Doctor
oikeustoimi {n} [legal]  :: Legal act/transaction, judicial act/transaction (an action by which a right to something or to do something is established, revised or invalidated)
oikeustoimikelpoisuus {n} [legal]  :: legal capacity (capacity of a person to make binding amendments to their rights, duties and obligations, such as getting married or merging, entering into contracts, making gifts, or writing a valid will)
oikeusturva {n}  :: due process, protection under the law
oikeusvaikutus {n} [legal]  :: legal effect
oikeusvaltio {n}  :: constitutional state (state which has rule of law)
oikeuteen {n}  :: illative singular of oikeus
oikeutettu {adj}  :: justifiable, righteous (that can be justified)
oikeutetusti {adv}  :: justly
oikeuttaa {vt}  :: to entitle
oikeuttaa {vt}  :: to justify
oikeutus {n}  :: justification
oikku {n}  :: quirk, whim, fancy, freak, caprice, vagary
oikkuilija {n}  :: alternative form of oikuttelija
oikkuilla {vi}  :: To be whimsical
oikkuilu {n}  :: whimsicality (whimsical activity)
oikoa {vt}  :: To correct, rectify
oikoa {vt}  :: To make a shortcut
oikoa {vt}  :: To straighten
oikohöylä {n}  :: surface planing machine
oikoilla {vt}  :: to straighten (legs etc.)
oikokulma {n} [geometry]  :: straight angle
oikolukea {vt}  :: To proofread
oikolukija {n}  :: proofreader
oikoluku {n} [computing]  :: spell checker; short for oikolukuohjelma
oikoluku {n}  :: proofreading (act or art)
oikolukuohjelma {n} [computing]  :: spell checker
oikomishoito {n} [dentistry]  :: orthodontics
oikopolku {n}  :: shortcut
oikopäätä {adv}  :: straight away
oikosarvinen {n}  :: orthocone
oikosulkea {v} [electronics]  :: To short circuit, to short
oikosulku {n} [electronics]  :: short circuit (a connection of low resistance or impedance in a circuit)
oikosulkumoottori {n}  :: induction motor
oikosulkupala {n} [electronics]  :: jumper
oikotie {n}  :: shortcut
oikovedos {n}  :: proof print (preliminary print of a book, magazine etc. for proofreading)
oikukas {adj}  :: moody
oikukas {adj}  :: whimsical, capricious
oikullinen {adj}  :: whimsical, capricious
oikullisesti {adv}  :: whimsically, capriciously
oikullisuus {n}  :: whimsicality (the quality of being whimsical)
oikutella {vi}  :: to act up
oikutteleva {adj}  :: temperamental, whimsical
oikuttelija {n}  :: whimsy (character)
oikuttelu {n}  :: whimsicality (whimsical activity)
Oili {prop}  :: female given name
oinas {n} [archaic]  :: ram (male sheep)
oinas {n} [astrology]  :: person born under the sign of Aries
oinas {n}  :: wether (castrated ram)
Oinas {prop} [astrology]  :: The zodiac sign Aries
Oinas {prop} [constellation]  :: Aries, the Ram
oionta {n}  :: correcting, rectifying
oionta {n}  :: straightening
oire {n}  :: symptom
oireellinen {adj}  :: symptomatic
oireeton {adj}  :: symptomless
oirehtia {vi} [of a person or a person's medical condition]  :: To show symptoms
oirehtia {vt} [of a sign or behaviour + partitive]  :: To be symptomatic of
oireilla {vi}  :: (of a person or a person's medical condition) To show symptoms
oireilla {vt}  :: (of a sign or behaviour, + partitive) To be symptomatic of
oireisto {n}  :: syndrome
oirekirjo {n}  :: spectrum of symptoms
oireyhtymä {n} [pathology]  :: syndrome
ois {v} [colloquial]  :: alternative form of olisi
oitis {adv}  :: at once, right now, immediately
oiva {adj}  :: fine, splendid
Oiva {prop}  :: male given name
Oiva {prop} [rare]  :: Finnish surname
oivallinen {adj}  :: excellent, outstanding
oivallinen {adj}  :: fine (of superior quality)
oivallisesti {adv} [academic degree]  :: summa cum laude
oivallisesti {adv}  :: excellently
oivallisuus {n}  :: excellency (quality of being excellent)
oivallus {n}  :: idea, inspiration, realization
oivalluskyky {n}  :: insightfulness
oivaltaa {vt} [transitive + genitive-accusative]  :: To realise/realize, become aware of, understand, perceive, recognise/recognize
oivin {adj}  :: superlative form of oiva
Oivio {prop}  :: Finnish surname
oja {n}  :: ditch, trench
oja {n}  :: (Uusimaa) small natural brook
Ojala {prop}  :: Any of a number of small places in Finland
Ojala {prop}  :: Finnish surname
ojaleinikki {n}  :: lesser spearwort, Ranunculus flammula (a flowering plant in the genus Ranunculus)
ojennella {vi}  :: To stretch (hands etc.)
ojennus {n}  :: reprimand
ojennus {n}  :: stretching
ojennusliike {n}  :: stretch move
ojentaa {v}  :: to chastise, scold, chew out, yell at
ojentaa {v}  :: to dress (troops)
ojentaa {v}  :: to hand, give, reach, pass; to present (a price)
ojentaa {v}  :: to lend, in the expressions lend a hand, lend a helping hand, which may translated into Finnish as ojentaa auttava käsi or simply with the verb auttaa
ojentaa {v}  :: to straighten (out), stretch (out), reach (out)
ojentajalihas {n}  :: extension muscle (muscle that extends a limb, as opposed to a muscle that flexes)
ojentautua {vi}  :: To stretch, straighten oneself
ojentua {vi}  :: To stretch oneself
ojikko {n}  :: A recently drained swamp
ojittaa {v}  :: To ditch, to cut a trench
ojitus {n}  :: ditching, trenching, draining
ojitusalue {n}  :: ditching area (area over which man-made ditches extend in a particular site)
ojolla {adv}  :: outstretched
ojollaan {adv}  :: outstretched
ojolle {adv}  :: outstretched; describes the change to the outstretched state, usually can be translated into English with the verb "stretch out"
ojolleen {adv}  :: outstretched; describes the change to the outstretched state, usually can be translated into English with the verb "stretch out"
ojoon {adv}  :: outstretched; describes the change to the outstretched state, usually can be translated into English with the verb "stretch out"
ojossa {adv}  :: outstretched
ojuke {n}  :: wild blackcurrant
ojukepistiäinen {n}  :: blackcurrant sawfly, Pachynematus pumilio (pest of blackcurrant native to northeast Europe, i.e. Sweden, Finland and northern Russia)
oka {n}  :: thorn
okahaarake {n} [skeleton]  :: spinous process
okahiiri {n}  :: Cairo spiny mouse, Acomys cahirinus
okainen {adj}  :: thorny
okakuusi {n}  :: Colorado blue spruce, blue spruce, Picea pungens
okapi {n}  :: okapi
okapäämato {n}  :: A mud dragon, an animal of the phylum Kinorhyncha
okarausku {n}  :: thornback ray, thornback skate, Raja clavata
okariina {n} [music]  :: ocarina
okariinansoittaja {n}  :: ocarinist
okasolu {n} [anatomy]  :: squamous cell
okei {interj}  :: okay
okkluusio {n} [dentistry]  :: occlusion
okkluusio {n} [medicine]  :: occlusion
okkultaatio {n} [astronomy]  :: occultation
okkultismi {n}  :: occultism
okkultisti {n}  :: occultist
okkultistinen {adj}  :: occultic
okkulttinen {adj}  :: occultic
okluusio {n}  :: occlusion
okluusiorintama {n} [meteorology]  :: occlusion front
okra {adj}  :: ochre (having a yellow-orange colour)
okra {n}  :: ochre (color)
okra {n}  :: ochre (pigment)
okra {n}  :: okra
okrankeltainen {adj}  :: ochre (having a yellow-orange colour)
okranväri {n}  :: ochre (colour)
okranvärinen {adj}  :: ochre (having a yellow-orange colour)
okraseitikki {n} [mushroom]  :: A webcap, Cortinarius ochrophyllus
okratulkku {n}  :: orange bullfinch, Pyrrhula aurantiaca
okraväri {n}  :: alternative form of okranväri
oksa {n}  :: bough (firm branch)
oksa {n}  :: branch (woody part of a tree arising from the trunk)
oksa {n}  :: knot (a whorl left in lumber)
oksaalihappo {n} [chemistry]  :: oxalic acid
oksahanka {n}  :: alternative form of oksanhanka
oksainen {adj}  :: branchy; of trees with many branches
oksaisa {adj}  :: alternative term for oksainen
oksaisuus {n}  :: branchiness
oksakas {adj}  :: branchy
oksakiehkura {n}  :: whorl of branches (group of branches growing on the same height in a trunk of a tree)
oksalakka {n}  :: knotting varnish
oksamainen {adj}  :: branchlike
Oksanen {prop}  :: Finnish surname
oksanhaara {n}  :: alternative term for oksanhanka
oksanhanka {n}  :: fork of branch (point where a branch separate from a tree's trunk or from its parent branch)
oksankanta {n}  :: branch collar (swelling in a woody plant that forms at the base of a branch where it is attached to its parent branch or to the tree's trunk)
oksanreikä {n}  :: knothole
oksapahvi {n} [dated]  :: cheap, brittle paperboard quality, made of branches and similar pieces of wood not ideally suited for paper making
oksapaperi {n} [dated]  :: cheap, brittle paper quality, made of branches and similar pieces of wood not ideally suited for paper making
oksapistokas {n}  :: branch cutting (branch removed from a tree for growing a new tree out of it)
oksasaha {n}  :: pruning saw
oksasakset {n}  :: pruning shears
oksasilppuri {n}  :: branch shredder
oksastaa {v} [gardening]  :: To graft (to insert a graft in a branch or stem of another tree)
oksasto {n}  :: alternative form of oksisto
oksennella {vi}  :: To vomit (repeatedly)
oksennos {n}  :: alternative form of oksennus
oksennus {n}  :: vomit
oksennuslääke {n}  :: antiemetic
oksennuslääke {n}  :: emetic drug
oksennuspallo {n}  :: pellet (compressed byproduct of digestion regurgitated by owls)
oksennuspussi {n}  :: sick bag, sick bag, vomit bag
oksennustauti {n} [pathology]  :: vomiting
oksennuttaa {vi}  :: to feel ill (to have an urge to vomit)
oksennuttaa {vt}  :: to make to vomit
oksentaa {vit}  :: to vomit, regurgitate, throw up, puke, barf, bowk
oksentelu {n}  :: (repeated) vomiting
oksete {n}  :: emetic, vomitive, vomitory
oksettaa {vi}  :: to feel sick (to have an urge to vomit)
oksettaa {vt}  :: to make sick (to make vomit)
oksettava {adj}  :: disgusting
oksettava {adj}  :: emetic
oksettava {adj}  :: nauseating, sickening
oksetus {n}  :: nausea (feeling of illness or discomfort in the digestive system characterized by an urge to vomit)
oksetusaine {n}  :: emetic, vomitive, vomitory (substance that causes vomiting)
oksetuslääke {n}  :: emetic, vomitive, vomitory (substance that causes vomiting)
oksetuttaa {vt}  :: To cause to vomit
oksi {n} [archaic]  :: bear (Ursus arctos)
oksia {v}  :: To trim (a tree), remove branches from
oksidaatio {n}  :: oxidation
oksidantti {n}  :: oxidant
oksidentalismi {n}  :: occidentalism
oksidi {n}  :: oxide
oksidoida {vt} [chemistry]  :: To oxidize
oksidoitua {vi} [chemistry]  :: To become oxidized
oksikodoni {n} [pharmaceutical drug]  :: oxycodone
oksimetoloni {n}  :: oxymetholone (an anabolic steroid)
oksinta {n}  :: trimming (of trees)
oksipitaalilohko {n} [anatomy]  :: occipital lobe
oksisto {n}  :: branches of a tree
oksitaani {n}  :: The Occitan language
oksittua {vi} [of a tree]  :: to grow branches
oksoniumioni {n} [chemistry]  :: oxonium ion
oksymoron {n} [rhetoric]  :: oxymoron
oktaalinen {adj}  :: octal
oktaani {n} [chemistry]  :: octane
oktaanihappo {n} [fatty acid]  :: caprylic acid
oktaaniluku {n}  :: octane number
-oktaaninen {adj}  :: octane
oktaavi {n} [music]  :: octave
oktaedri {n} [geometry]  :: octahedron
oktagoni {n} [geometry]  :: octagon
oktanitrokubaani {n} [chemistry]  :: octanitrocubane
oktanoli {n} [chemistry]  :: octanol
oktantti {n}  :: octant
Oktantti {prop}  :: The constellation Octans
oktetti {n} [music, computing, physics, chemistry]  :: octet
oktetto {n} [music]  :: octet
okulaari {n}  :: eyepiece
olake {n}  :: A shoulder structure
olakkain {adv}  :: shoulder-to-shoulder
olantsapiini {n} [pharmaceutical drug]  :: olanzapine
olas {n}  :: The long groove on the bottom of a ski
Olavi {prop}  :: male given name
oleanteri {n}  :: oleander
oleanteripuu {n} [botany]  :: oleander, Nerium oleander (poisonous shrub in the family Apocynaceae, widely grown as an ornamental)
oleellinen {adj}  :: Essential; relevant
oleellisesti {adv}  :: essentially
ole hyvä {phrase}  :: here you are, there you go
ole hyvä {phrase}  :: you’re welcome
oleiinihappo {n}  :: oleic acid
oleilla {vi}  :: alternative form of oleskella
oleilu {n}  :: loitering
oleilu {n}  :: stay
oleksia {v}  :: alternative form of oleskella
olemalla {v} [fi-infinitive of, t=3a, olla, c=ade]  ::
oleman {v} [fi-infinitive of, t=3a, olla, c=ins]  ::
olemassa oleva {adj}  :: existing
olemassa oleva {adj}  :: preexisting
olemassaolo {n}  :: Existence
olematon {adj}  :: negligible
olematon {adj}  :: nonexistent
olemattomuus {n}  :: nothingness
oleminen {n}  :: Behaving, acting (as if...)
oleminen {n}  :: Being
oleminen {n}  :: Constituting, making up, forming
oleminen {n}  :: (olemassa) ~ = existing, existence
olemista {v} [fi-infinitive of, t=4, olla, c=par]  ::
olemistapa {n} [philosophy]  :: dasein, Dasein
olemus {n}  :: essence
olemus {n}  :: general appearance of a person
olemus {n}  :: substance
olen hetero {phrase}  :: I'm straight
olennainen {adj} [accounting]  :: material
olennainen {adj}  :: essential, relevant
olennainen {adj}  :: integral (being a non-omittable or removable part of a whole)
olennaisempi {adj}  :: comparative form of olennainen
olennaisesti {adv}  :: essentially
olennaisin {adj}  :: superlative form of olennainen
olennaisuus {n}  :: essentialness
olennoituma {n}  :: personification
olento {n}  :: being
olento {n}  :: creature
olento {n} [grammar, rarely used]  :: essive
ole rehellinen itsellesi {phrase}  :: to thine own self be true
oleskella {v}  :: To stay, linger
oleskella {v}  :: To stay, sojourn, live, reside (temporarily)
oleskelu {n}  :: sojourn
oleskelu {n}  :: stay
oleskelulupa {n}  :: residence permit (document that proves the above right)
oleskelulupa {n}  :: residence permit (right to legally reside in a country)
oleskelulupakortti {n}  :: residence permit (card that proves the cardholder's right to legally reside in a country)
oletettavasti {adv}  :: presumably, supposedly
oletettu {adj}  :: putative
olet mitä syöt {proverb}  :: you are what you eat
olettaa {v} [logic]  :: to premise, postulate
olettaa {v}  :: to assume, suppose, presuppose
olettaa {v}  :: to hypothesize (in empiric research)
olettamus {n}  :: hypothesis
olettamus {n}  :: presumption
oletus {n}  :: assumption, supposition
oletusarvo {n}  :: default value
oletustehtävä {n}  :: default task
oletustieto {n}  :: default information
oleutua {vi} [rare]  :: To adjust, adapt, conform, get used (to = illative), fall into the habit (of = illative or the verb as active 3rd infinitive in illative, -maan/-mään)
olevainen {n}  :: existence
olevaisuus {n}  :: existence
Olga {prop}  :: female given name
olifantti {n} [musical instruments]  :: olifant
oligarkia {n}  :: oligarchy
oligarkki {n}  :: oligarch
oligarkkinen {adj}  :: oligarchic
oligofagi {n}  :: oligophage
oligofagia {n}  :: oligophagy
oligomeeri {n} [chemistry]  :: oligomer
oligonukleotidi {n}  :: oligonucleotide
oligopoli {n}  :: oligopoly
oligosakkaridi {n}  :: oligosaccharide
oligoseeni {n}  :: the Oligocene
oligoseenikausi {n} [geology]  :: The Oligocene epoch
oligoseenikautinen {adj}  :: Oligocene
oligospermia {n} [pathology, ]  :: oligospermia
oliivi {n}  :: olive
oliivihapero {n}  :: A brittlegill, Russula postiana
oliivikultarinta {n}  :: olive-tree warbler, Hippolais olivetorum
oliivilehto {n}  :: olive grove
oliiviöljy {n}  :: olive oil
oliivinvihreä {n}  :: olive (colour)
oliivipaviaani {n}  :: olive baboon, Papio anubis
oliivipuu {n}  :: olive tree
oliiviruostegueretsa {n}  :: olive colobus, Procolobus verus
oliiviseitikki {n} [mushroom]  :: A webcap, Cortinarius olivaceofuscus
olija {n}  :: Agent noun of the verb [[olla to be]]; one who is
oli miten oli {phrase}  :: be that as it may
olingo {n}  :: olingo
olinpaikka {n}  :: whereabouts, location (place where somebody or something is located)
olio {n}  :: creature, being, thing
olio {n} [philosophy]  :: object
olio {n} [programming]  :: object
oliokeskeinen {adj} [computing, programming]  :: object-oriented ‎(using entities called objects that can process data and exchange messages with other objects)
oliokeskeisyys {n} [programming] object-orientation
olio-ohjelmointi {n}  :: object-oriented programming
olioperustainen {adj} [computing, programming]  :: object-oriented ‎(using entities called objects that can process data and exchange messages with other objects)
olioperustaisuus {n} [programming] object-orientation
olipa kerran {phrase}  :: once upon a time there was (traditional way to begin a fable)
olisi parasta {phrase}  :: had better (ought to; need to)
Oliver {prop}  :: male given name
Olivia {prop}  :: female given name of modern usage, cognate to Olivia
oliviini {n} [mineral]  :: olivine
oljenkeltainen {adj}  :: straw, straw-colored (of a pale, yellowish beige colour, like that of a dried straw)
oljenkeltainen {n}  :: straw (pale, yellowish beige colour, like that of a dried straw)
oljenkorsi {n}  :: straw
oljenvaalea {n}  :: straw (color)
olka {n} [anatomy]  :: shoulder
olkaa hyvä {phrase}  :: [politely] here you are, there you go
olkaa hyvä {phrase}  :: [politely] you’re welcome
olkaa hyvät {phrase}  :: [addressed to more than one person] here you are, there you go
olkaa hyvät {phrase}  :: [addressed to more than one person] you’re welcome
olka-akseli {n}  :: swivel pin (short axle into which the front wheel of a car is attached)
olkahermopunos {n} [anatomy]  :: alternative term for hartiapunos
olkahermopunosvaurio {n} [dated]  :: Erb's palsy
olkahihna {n}  :: shoulder strap
olkaimellinen {adj}  :: braced (having braces or similar supports)
-olkaiminen {n}  :: -braced (having certain type of braces or suspenders)
olkain {n}  :: brace, suspender; normally used in plural olkaimet
olkain {n}  :: epaulet
olkalaukku {n}  :: satchel (rectangular bag with one or sometimes two straps, meant for carrying books and papers)
olkalaukku {n}  :: shoulder bag (any bag with a single strap designed to be carried on the shoulder)
olkalihas {adv} [anatomy]  :: brachialis (muscle in the upper arm that flexes the elbow joint)
olkalinja {n} [tailoring]  :: shoulder line (imaginary line that connects the tops of the shoulders)
olkalisäke {n} [anatomy]  :: acromion
olkaluu {n} [skeleton]  :: humerus
olkanauha {n}  :: shoulder ribbon
olkanivel {n} [skeleton]  :: A shoulder joint, glenohumeral joint or humeral joint
olkapää {n} [anatomy]  :: shoulder
olkapäälihas {n} [anatomy]  :: alternative term for hartialihas
olkapääohjus {n}  :: shoulder-fired missile
olkatappi {n} [automotive]  :: A kingpin
olkatoppaus {n}  :: shoulder pad
olkavarsi {n} [anatomy]  :: upper arm
olki {n}  :: As modifier in compound terms: straw, thatched
olki {n}  :: straw
olki {n}  :: thatch (straw etc. as material for building roofs)
olkihattu {n}  :: straw hat
olkihimmeli {n}  :: alternative term for himmeli, specifically one made with straw
olkijauho {adv}  :: straw flour (flour made of straw, historically used during famines together with ordinary grain flour for baking bread and making gruel, now various agricultural and industrial uses)
olkikatto {n}  :: thatched roof
olkikattoinen {n}  :: thatched roof
olkikukka {adv}  :: strawflower, everlasting (flowering plant of the genus Helichrysum)
olkileipä {adv}  :: straw bread (bread made with straw flour, see olkijauho)
olkimaja {n}  :: straw hut
olkimatto {n}  :: straw mat
olkinen {n}  :: straw (made of straw)
olkinukke {n} [dialectics]  :: straw man (type of argument based on deliberate misrepresentation of an opponent's position)
olkinukke {n}  :: straw man, straw doll (doll or scarecrow stuffed with or made of straw)
olkipaali {n}  :: straw bale
olkipatja {n}  :: palliasse, straw mattress
olkipelletti {n}  :: straw pellet
olkipuriste {n}  :: straw briquet
olkisilppuri {n}  :: straw shredder
olkituppo {n}  :: tuft of straw
olkityö {n}  :: straw work
olkiukko {n} [dialectics]  :: straw man (type of argument based on deliberate misunderstanding of the opponent)
olkivelli {n}  :: straw gruel (gruel made with straw flour, see olkijauho)
olkkari {n} [colloquial]  :: living room
olla {v} [copular]  :: To be, constitute, make up, form
olla {v} [copular]  :: To be (indicating that the subject and the complement of the verb form the same thing)
olla {vi}  :: adessive + 3rd-pers. singular + nominative/partitive/accusative = to have; to own, to possess
olla {vi}  :: genitive + 3rd-pers. singular + passive present participle, -tava/-tävä = to have to do something, must do something; be obliged/forced to do something
olla {vi}  :: missä + 3rd-pers. singular + nominative/partitive = there is / are + subject + where?
olla {vi}  :: ~ (olemassa) = to exist - the subject often indefinite = in partitive case -> verb in 3rd-pers. singular
olla {vi}  :: To behave, act (as if...) (when followed by a subordinate clause beginning with (ikään,) kuin, requiring conditional mood)
olla {vi}  :: To be (to occupy a place)
olla {vt} [auxiliary]  :: To have (a verb to build active present perfect tense and active past perfect tense, taking active past participle, ending -nut/-nyt (singular) or -neet (pl.))
olla {vt} [auxiliary]  :: To have (a verb to build impersonal simple past tense, impersonal passive present perfect tense and impersonal passive past perfect tense, taking passive past participle, ending -tu/-ty)
olla eri mieltä {v}  :: to disagree
olla hengissä {v}  :: To be alive, to breathe (to live)
olla häpeissään {vi}  :: To be ashamed
olla hukassa {}  :: to be lost; see olla and hukassa
olla ihan pihalla {phrase} [idiomatic]  :: To not know which end is up; to lack common sense
olla jollekin oikein {phrase}  :: To serve somebody right
olla jonkun kannoilla {v} [idiomatic]  :: at one's heels, on one's heels
olla jonkun kintereillä {v} [idiomatic]  :: at one's heels, on one's heels
olla järkeä {phrase}  :: To make sense (to be coherent or reasonable)
olla jumissa {v}  :: to be stuck; see olla and jumissa
olla kadoksissa {}  :: to be lost; see olla and kadoksissa
olla kateissa {vi}  :: To be lost
olla kiihdyksissä {}  :: to be upset; see olla and kiihdyksissä
olla kiikarissa {v} [idiomatic, figuratively]  :: to have one's eye on, seek, pursue, aim at
olla lukossa {vi}  :: To be locked
olla nukuksissa {vi}  :: To be asleep
olla olemassa {vi} [idiomatic]  :: To exist - the subject often indefinite = in partitive case → verb in 3rd-pers. sg.
olla olemassa {v}  :: to preexist
olla olevinaan {phrase}  :: To feign, fake, pretend
olla olevinaan {phrase}  :: To think or believe to be something
olla omillaan {v}  :: to break even (to neither gain nor lose money)
olla pahoillaan {v}  :: to be sorry, to regret
olla pakko {v} [impersonal]  :: to have to, must
olla pihkassa {v} [informal]  :: To have fallen in love; to be taken, enamored. The object of the amorous feelings is in illative case
olla pinteessä {vi}  :: To be in a trouble
olla poissa tolaltaan {} [idiomatic]  :: to be out of one's mind, to be out of one's right mind (to be temporarily mentally unstable; very distressed)
olla pulla uunissa {v}  :: to have a bun in the oven (same meaning)
olla rästissä {v} [informal]  :: to have unfinished work to do
olla saatavilla {v}  :: To be available
olla samaa mieltä {v}  :: To agree, concur
olla sanomista {v}  :: to find fault (to criticize excessively)
olla sukua {phrase}  :: to be kin to, be relative of (gloss|to belong to same family)
olla varaa {v}  :: to afford (with an auxiliary verb: to incur, stand, or bear without serious detriment, to have sufficient funds for)
olla yllään {v}  :: to wear
ollenkaan {adv}  :: at all
ollenkaan {adv}  :: never
olleti {adv} [very rare]  :: especially; normally used with suffixes -kin, -kaan, see olletikin, olletikaan
olletikaan {adv} [rare, chiefly in literature]  :: not especially, not particularly, not notably
olletikin {adv} [rare, chiefly in literature]  :: especially, particularly, notably
Olli {prop}  :: male given name, also used as a diminutive of Olavi
Olli {prop} [rare]  :: Finnish surname based on the given name
Ollila {prop}  :: Any of a number of small places in Finland
Ollila {prop}  :: Finnish surname
ollut {adj}  :: As an attribute indicates past, ended action; in English the same idea is expressed with a different kind of structure
olmeekki {n}  :: An Olmec
olmi {n}  :: An olm, (Proteus anguinus)
olmi {n} [colloquial]  :: nerd
olo {n}  :: being, the action of the verb olla
olo {n}  :: feeling
oloaika {n}  :: stay
oloasu {n}  :: leisurewear
-ologi {suffix}  :: -ologist
olohuone {n}  :: living room
oloinen {adj}  :: appearing to be something, -like; always used with a qualifier, which is usually an adjective in genitive case
olomuoto {n}  :: state of matter
olomuotoalue {n} [physics, chemistry]  :: alternative term for faasi
oloneuvos {n} [humorous]  :: pensioner
olosuhde {n}  :: singular of olosuhteet
olosuhteet {n}  :: circumstances, conditions
olot {n} [pluralonly]  :: conditions, circumstances
oltaman {v} [fi-infinitive of, t=3p, olla, c=ins]  ::
oltavat {n} [pluralonly]  :: conditions, circumstances; always with an attribute; various other ways of translating into English exist
oltermanni {n}  :: An honorary title in many student organizations, usually granted to one person at a time, often a professor
oltermanni {n} [chiefly historical]  :: master of guild
oluenjuonti {n}  :: beer drinking
oluenmyynti {n}  :: beer sales, beer selling
oluenpano {n}  :: beer brewing
oluenvalmistus {n}  :: beer production
olut {n}  :: A beer; a portion (glass, bottle, etc.) of such beverage
olut {n}  :: A fermented beverage made of malt: beer, ale
olut {n}  :: Compounded with a prefix that defines the raw material, a fermented or nowadays usually carbonated drink made, for example, of roots: a beer or an ale. Examples: ginger ale = inkivääriolut, root beer = juuriolut
olutastia {n}  :: beer vessel (any vessel or container containing beer)
olutbaari {n}  :: beer bar
olutfestivaali {n}  :: beer festival
oluthana {n}  :: beer tap
oluthiiva {n}  :: beer yeast
oluthumala {n}  :: beer drunk, beer high (high caused by beer)
oluthumala {n}  :: beer hop (variety of hop used in beer brewing)
oluthuuruinen {n}  :: drunken (characterized by drunkenness caused by consumption of beer; may be used of a person, his behavior or atmosphere in a party, pub etc.)
olutjuhla {n}  :: beer party
olutjuoppo {n}  :: beer drunkard, beer drunk
olutkapakka {n}  :: beer tavern
olutkauppias {n}  :: beer trader
olutkolpakko {n}  :: beer jug
olutkori {n}  :: beer box
olutkulttuuri {n}  :: beer culture
olutlasi {n}  :: beer glass
olutlippu {n}  :: beer ticket (slip of paper that entitles the bearer to get a serving of beer)
olutmaa {n}  :: beer drinking nation
olutmakkara {n}  :: A strongly flavoured German sausage often served with beer
olutmerkki {n}  :: beer brand
olutpaikka {n}  :: beer spot (pub or bar of low standard in which beer is the main attraction)
olutpanimo {n}  :: brewery
olutpanimosuku {n}  :: beer brewing family
olutpubi {n}  :: beer pub
olutpullo {n}  :: beer bottle
olutpöytä {n}  :: A table from which beer is served, such as in a garden party
olutpöytä {n}  :: A type of traditional beer party
olutravintola {n}  :: beer restaurant (restaurant that specializes in offering a good selectionn of beers)
olutsarvi {n}  :: beer horn (beer drinking vessel made out of a horn, or into the shape of a horn)
oluttankki {n}  :: beer tank
oluttarvike {n}  :: beer accessory
oluttaverna {n}  :: beer tavern
oluttehdas {n}  :: beer factory
olutteltta {n}  :: A beer tent
olutteollisuus {n}  :: beer industry
oluttölkki {n}  :: beer can
oluttuoppi {n}  :: A beer stein, both as a container and as a drink
oluttupa {n}  :: A beer parlour
oluttynnyri {n}  :: keg
olvi {n} [dated]  :: beer
olympia- {adj}  :: Truncated form of [[olympialainen Olympic]], used as modifier in compound terms
olympia-aate {n}  :: Olympic ideology
olympiadi {n}  :: Olympiad (period of four years between the Olympic games)
olympiaedustaja {n}  :: Olympic representative, Olympic participant (one who participates in the Olympic Games as competitor)
olympiaedustus {n}  :: Olympic representation {gloss|the manner in which a nation is represented in the Olympic Games}}
olympiaennätys {n}  :: Olympic record
olympiafanfaari {n}  :: Olympic fanfare
olympiahistoria {n}  :: Olympic history
olympiahopea {n}  :: Olympic silver medal
olympiahuuma {n}  :: Olympic fever
olympiahymni {n}  :: Olympic Hymn
olympiajoukkue {n}  :: Olympic team
olympiakarsinta {n}  :: Olympic qualification (process, tournament or competition through which the participants in the Olympic Games are selected; the process is usually national but in the case of team sports it's international)
olympiakatsastus {n}  :: alternative term for olympiakarsinta
olympiakelpoinen {adj} [figuratively]  :: Olympic-class (of high standard)
olympiakelpoinen {adj} [sports]  :: Olympic (of a sports event, included in the Olympic program)
olympiakelpoisuus {adj} [sports]  :: of a sports event, state of being included in the Olympic program
olympiakesä {n}  :: The summer of 1952, when the Olympic Games were held in Helsinki
olympiakilpailija {n}  :: Olympic participant , Olympic contestant
olympiakilpailu {n}  :: Olympic contest (individual contest within the Olympic Games)
olympiakisat {n} [colloquial]  :: The Olympic Games
olympiakomitea {n}  :: Olympic committee
olympiakulta {n}  :: Olympic gold medal
olympiakuume {n}  :: Olympic fever
olympiakävijä {n}  :: alternative term for olympiaedustaja, especially one who already took part in the games but didn't win a medal
olympiakylä {n}  :: Olympic village
olympialainen {adj}  :: in plural (olympialaiset) also the Olympic Games
olympialainen {adj}  :: Olympic (of or pertaining to Olympic Games)
olympialainen {adj}  :: Olympic (of or pertaining to the mountain Olympus)
olympialaiset {n} [pluralonly]  :: Olympic Games
olympialaji {n}  :: Olympic event
olympialiike {n}  :: Olympic movement
olympialippu {n}  :: Olympic flag
olympialuokka {n} [sports]  :: Olympic class (class of standardized rowing boats, sailing boats, canoes etc. in which an Olympic event is held)
olympiamitali {n}  :: Olympic medal
olympiamitalisti {n}  :: Olympic medalist
olympianiemenmurmeli {n}  :: Olympic marmot, Marmota olympus
olympiaohjelma {n}  :: Olympic program
olympiapaikka {n}  :: Olympic site, Olympic venue (sports facility for Olympic games)
olympiapistooli {n}  :: 25 metre rapid fire pistol (Olympic shooting event)
olympiapistooliammunta {n}  :: 25 metre rapid fire pistol (Olympic shooting event)
olympiapronssi {n}  :: Olympic bronze medal
olympiarenkaat {n}  :: Olympic Rings (graphic symbol of the Olympic games)
olympiasankari {n}  :: Olympic hero
olympiasoihtu {n}  :: Olympic torch
olympiastadion {n}  :: Olympic stadium
olympiatuli {n}  :: Olympic flame
olympiaurheilija {n}  :: Olympic athlete (athlete who participates in the Olympic Games)
olympiaurheilu {n}  :: Olympic sports (sports contested in the Olympic Games)
olympiavala {n}  :: Olympic oath
olympiavalmennus {n}  :: Olympic training program (training program into which the potential Olympic athletes are invited in order to maximize their chance for success)
olympiavene {n}  :: Olympic boat (sailing boat or rowing boat built according to the standards of an Olympic class of boats)
olympiavoittaja {n}  :: Olympic winner
olympiavoitto {n}  :: Olympic victory
olympiavuosi {n}  :: Olympic year (year in which Olympic games are held)
olympolainen {adj}  :: Olympian (of or pertaining to the mountain Olympus)
oma {adj} [military]  :: friendly
oma {adj}  :: own
oma {n} [military]  :: Usually in plural (omat, omia), friendly (someone/s on the same side)
oma-aloitteinen {adj}  :: self-imposed (voluntarily imposed upon oneself)
oma-aloitteinen {adj}  :: spontaneous (done by one's own free choice)
oma-aloitteinen {adj}  :: unprompted (without prompting, out of one's own initiative)
oma-aloitteisesti {adv}  :: spontaneously
oma-aloitteisuus {n}  :: initiative (the ability to act first or on one's own)
oma-apuryhmä {n}  :: self-help group, support group (group in which members provide each other with various types of help for a particular shared characteristic)
omaa sukua {adv}  :: nee, née
omaehtoinen {adj}  :: spontaneous (done by one's own free choice)
omaehtoinen {adj}  :: voluntary
omaelämäkerrallinen {adj}  :: autobiographical
omaelämäkerta {n}  :: autobiography
Omaha-pokeri {n}  :: Omaha hold 'em (variant of poker)
oma harkinta {phrase}  :: discretion, one's own decision making
omahyväinen {adj}  :: self-satisfied, smug (irritatingly pleased with oneself)
omahyväisyys {n}  :: smugness, self-righteousness
omaijadi {n}  :: alternative spelling of umaijadi
omainen {adj}  :: genitive + ~ : resembling, -like, -ish; often used to form compound terms
omainen {n}  :: close relative/relation (member of the same family)
omainen {n} [in plural]  :: the (immediate) family
omaisuus {n}  :: one's properties (combined), possessions, assets; estate:
omaisuus {n}  :: wealth, fortune
omaisuusrikos {n}  :: crime against property
omaisuusvakuudellinen {n} [finance]  :: asset-backed
omaisuusvero {n} [dated]  :: property tax
omaisuusveroaste {n}  :: property tax rate, millage (the rate at which fixed and/or movable property is taxed)
omakohtainen {adj}  :: personal (done or experienced in person)
omakotitalo {n}  :: detached house
omakotitontti {n}  :: small house lot (lot for a small detached house intended for one family)
omaksua {vt}  :: To adopt, absorb, embrace (ideas etc.)
omakuva {n}  :: selfie (photographic self-portrait)
omakuva {n}  :: self-portrait
omalaatuinen {adj}  :: Peculiar, odd, strange
omalaatuinen {adj}  :: Special, of its own kind, out of the ordinary
omaleimainen {adj}  :: original, unique
omaleimaisuus {n}  :: originality, uniqueness
omalitsumabi {n} [medicine]  :: omalizumab (monoclonal antibody used in allergy-related asthma therapy)
omalta osaltaan {phrase}  :: for one's part; as far as one is concerned
oma maali {} [figuratively]  :: own goal
oma maali {} [sports]  :: own goal
Oman {prop}  :: Oman
omaneduntavoittelija {n}  :: self-seeker
omanilainen {adj}  :: Omani
omanilainen {n}  :: An Omani person
oman onnensa seppä {phrase} [idiomatic]  :: self-made person, one's own man
oman tiensä kulkija {phrase}  :: free spirit
omanto {n} [grammar, rare]  :: genitive
omantunnon tuska {n}  :: compunction
omaperäinen {adj}  :: original (fresh, different)
omapäinen {adj}  :: opinionated, set (fixed in one’s opinion)
omapäinen {adj}  :: self-willed, obstinate
oma pääoma {n} [accounting]  :: equity (ownership interest in a company as determined by subtracting liabilities from assets)
omari {n} [colloquial]  :: own goal
omassa elementissään {adv}  :: in one's element
omata {vt}  :: to have
oma tuli {n} [military]  :: friendly fire
omatunto {n}  :: conscience
omavarainen {adj} [biology]  :: autotrophic
omavarainen {adj}  :: self-sufficient, self-contained, materially independent (and therefore autonomous)
omavaraistaa {vt}  :: To make self-contained
omavaraistalous {n}  :: subsistence economy (non-monetary economy characterized by minimal exchange of goods and services, low division of labor and rudimentary technology)
omavaraistua {vi}  :: To become self-contained
omavaraisuus {n}  :: self-sufficiency
omavastuu {n} [insurance]  :: deductible; excess [UK] (the amount of expenses that the insured party must pay out of pocket before an insurer will pay any expenses)
ombi {n}  :: obsolete spelling of ompi
omeletti {n}  :: An omelette
omena {n}  :: apple
omenahappo {n}  :: malic acid
omenahillo {n}  :: apple jam
omenahyve {n}  :: A dessert consisting of pieces of apple baked with oat flakes, ground almonds, sugar, butter and cinnamon
omenahyve {n}  :: A type of crumbly apple pie, often decorated with meringue
omenakaira {n}  :: apple-corer
omenakakku {n}  :: apple cake
omenakemppi {n}  :: apple sucker, apple psyllid, pear leaf sucker (Cacopsylla mali)
omenakirva {n}  :: green apple aphid, Aphis pomi
omenakääriäinen {n}  :: codling moth (Cydia pomonella)
omenalajike {n}  :: apple cultivar
omenaleivos {n}  :: apple pastry
omenalihavuus {n}  :: central obesity (type of obesity in which the overweight concentrates in the belly rather than the bottom)
omenalohko {n}  :: apple slice (slice of apple cut lengthwise so that its cross-section resembles a triangle)
omenamato {n}  :: apple worm
omenamehu {n}  :: apple juice
omenankara {n}  :: apple core
omenankukka {n}  :: apple blossom
omenanlohko {n}  :: alternative term for omenalohko
omenanraakile {n}  :: raw apple
omenansiemen {n}  :: apple seed
omenantuottaja {n}  :: apple producer
omenanvihreä {n}  :: apple green
omenanviipale {n}  :: alternative form of omenaviipale
omenanviljelijä {n}  :: apple grower
omenanviljely {n}  :: apple growing
omenapiirakka {n}  :: apple pie
omenapiirakka {n}  :: apple strudel
omenapora {n}  :: apple-corer
omenaposkinen {n}  :: rose-cheeked
omenapuu {n}  :: apple tree
omenapuutarha {n}  :: apple garden
omena-riisipuuro {n}  :: apple-rice porridge
omenarupi {n}  :: apple scab
omenasammal {n}  :: apple moss, Bartramia pomiformis
omenasato {n}  :: apple harvest
omenasose {n}  :: apple purée
omenatarha {n}  :: apple orchard
omenatorttu {n}  :: apple tart
omenatuote {n}  :: apple product
omenavaras {n}  :: apple thief
omenavartalo {n}  :: apple-shaped body (body type which has the tendency of accumulating fat in the middle, i.e. on the waist)
omenaviina {n}  :: apple spirit
omenaviini {n}  :: apple wine
omenaviinietikka {n}  :: apple vinegar
omenaviipale {n}  :: apple slice (slice of apple cut "across" such that it is round in shape)
ometta {n} [dialectal]  :: barn (for cows), cattle shed
omia {v}  :: To take control or possession of something arbitrarily
omiaan {adv}  :: apt to
omikron {n}  :: omicron (Greek letter)
ominainen {adj}  :: typical, characteristic
ominaisarvo {n}  :: eigenvalue
ominaisavaruus {n}  :: eigenspace
ominaisfunktio {n}  :: eigenfunction
ominaislämpökapasiteetti {n} [physics]  :: specific heat capacity
ominaispaino {n} [physics]  :: specific gravity
ominaistila {n}  :: eigenstate
ominaisuus {n}  :: feature
ominaisuus {n}  :: property
ominaisuus {n}  :: quality
ominaisvektori {n} [mathematics]  :: eigenvector
omintakeinen {adj}  :: original (fresh, different)
omissa oloissaan {adv}  :: minding one's own business, on one's own, alone
omistaa {vt}  :: To dedicate, inscribe (a book, to someone = allative)
omistaa {vt}  :: To devote, dedicate
omistaa {vt}  :: To own, have, possess
omistaja {n}  :: owner
omistaminen {n}  :: ownership
omistautua {v}  :: ~ + allative: to devote oneself to, dedicate oneself to (to commit oneself to a particular course of thought or action)
omiste {n}  :: dedication (note)
omistus {n}  :: ownership
omistuskirjoitus {n}  :: acknowledgment
omistusliite {n} [linguistics]  :: Possessive suffix
omistusoikeus {n}  :: right of ownership
omistusosuus {n}  :: share of ownership
omituinen {adj}  :: bizarre, peculiar, strange
omituinen {adj} [dialectal]  :: own
omituinen {adj}  :: zany, wacky, kinky, oddball
omituisesti {adv}  :: strangely
omituisuus {n}  :: quirk
omituisuus {n}  :: strangeness, bizarreness
ommatidi {n} [zoology]  :: ommatidium
ommel {n}  :: seam, suture (seam formed by sewing two edges (especially of skin) together)
ommel {n}  :: stitch (single pass of a needle in sewing; the loop or turn of the thread thus made)
ommella {vt}  :: to sew
ommella {vt}  :: to suture
omnipotenssi {n}  :: omnipotence
omnipresenssi {n} [theology]  :: omnipresence (the ability of God to be at all places at the same time)
omnipresentti {adj}  :: omnipresent
omnivori {n} [science, jargon]  :: omnivore
ompele {n}  :: alternative form of ommel
-ompeleinen {n}  :: -stitched (sewn with certain type of stitch)
ompelija {n}  :: dressmaker
ompelija {n}  :: sewer
ompelijatar {n}  :: seamstress
ompelimo {n}  :: dressmaker's shop
ompelu {n}  :: dressmaking
ompelu {n}  :: sewing
ompeluhalli {n}  :: sewing hall (hall in which sewing machines have been arranged for industrial-scale production)
ompelukehys {n}  :: tambour, embroidery frame, taboret
ompelukerho {n}  :: sewing club
ompelukone {n}  :: sewing machine
ompelukoneöljy {n}  :: sewing machine oil
ompelukori {n}  :: sewing basket
ompelukurssi {n}  :: sewing course
ompelulanka {n}  :: sewing thread
ompeluneula {n}  :: sewing needle
ompelus {n}  :: needlework, embroidery (decoration)
ompelus {n}  :: sewing work (sewn item, especially one under work)
ompelusauma {n}  :: sewn seam
ompeluseura {n}  :: sewing circle (social meeting of women, who congregate to sew and talk together)
ompeluseura {n}  :: sewing club
ompelusilkki {n}  :: silk sewing thread (sewing thread made of silk)
ompelutarvike {n}  :: An item of haberdashery, sewing good
ompelutarvikkeet {n}  :: haberdashery
ompeluttaa {vt}  :: to have sewn by somebody else, to let be sewn
ompelutyö {n}  :: sewing work
omppu {n} [colloquial]  :: apple
-on {suffix}  :: Suffix variant for the illative singular, see -Vn
onageri {n}  :: An onager, Equus onager or Equus hemionus hemionus (Asian wild ass)
onageri {n}  :: An onager (siege weapon)
onania {n}  :: onanism
onanoida {vi}  :: To masturbate
oneirologia {n} [rare]  :: oneirology
oneiromantia {n}  :: oneiromancy
Onerva {prop}  :: female given name
ongelma {n}  :: problem, trouble
ongelma {n}  :: puzzle
ongelma-alue {n}  :: problem area
ongelmaiho {n}  :: problem skin
ongelmainen {adj}  :: problematic (having problems)
ongelmajäte {n}  :: hazardous waste (dangerous waste that can not be dumped in a normal dump)
ongelmajäteauto {n}  :: hazardous waste truck
ongelmajätelaitos {n}  :: hazardous waste treatment plant
ongelmakenttä {n}  :: field of problems, problematics
ongelmakeskeinen {adj}  :: problem-centered
ongelmakimppu {n}  :: bundle of problems
ongelmakohta {n}  :: problem spot
ongelmakäyttö {n}  :: abuse (of substances)
ongelmakäyttäjä {n}  :: abuser (of substances)
ongelmalapsi {n}  :: problem child (child who is particularly difficult to raise or educate)
ongelmalapsi {n} [rare]  :: problem child (something difficult to deal with)
ongelmalähtöinen {adj}  :: problem-oriented
ongelmallinen {adj}  :: problematic
ongelmallisesti {adv}  :: problematically
ongelmallisuus {n}  :: The quality of being problematic
ongelmanasettelu {n}  :: problem setting
ongelmanratkaisija {n}  :: problemsolver
ongelmanratkaisu {n}  :: problem solving (act of solving a problem)
ongelmanratkaisukyky {n}  :: problem solving ability
ongelmanratkaisutaito {n}  :: problem solving skill
ongelmanuori {n}  :: problem youth (young person whose behavior is problematic from the point of view of the rest of society)
ongelmaperhe {n}  :: problem family
ongelmasyöjä {n} [euphemism]  :: problem eater (person to whom eating is a problem one way or other, such as e.g. a glutton)
ongelmatilanne {n}  :: problematic situation
ongelmaton {adj}  :: trouble-free
ongelmavanki {n}  :: problem prisoner, problem inmate
ongelmavuori {n}  :: mountain of problems
ongelmavyyhti {n}  :: bundle of problems
ongelmayhtiö {n}  :: troubled firm
ongelmayritys {n}  :: troubled firm
ongelmisto {n} [rare]  :: field of problems, problematics (the problems or difficulties experienced in a given field as a whole)
ongenkoho {n}  :: angling float
ongenkoukku {n}  :: A fishhook
ongenkoukku {n}  :: A hook (fishhook)
ongenvapa {n}  :: fishing rod
onginta {n}  :: angling
ongintalammikko {n}  :: angling pond
on jotain mätää Tanskanmaalla {phrase}  :: something is rotten in the state of Denmark (something is not right)
onka {n} [dialectal]  :: steam
onkalo {n}  :: cavity, pit
onki {n}  :: fishing rod, fishing pole
onki {n} [ichthyology]  ::  esca (growth from an anglerfish's head that acts as a lure)
onkia {v}  :: To angle, fish using a rod and line
onkija {n}  :: angler
onkiliero {n} [colloquial]  :: angleworm (any earthworm species used as bait)
onkiliero {n} [zoology]  :: red earthworm, Lumbricus rubellus (earthworm species)
onkimato {n} [fishing]  :: angleworm (worm, usually earthworm, used as bait)
onkimies {n}  :: angler
onkivapa {n} [fishing]  :: fishing rod, especially an angling rod
onkivehkeet {n} [fishing]  :: tackle (angling gear)
onko- {prefix}  :: onco-
onkogeeni {n} [oncology, genetics]  :: oncogene
onkogeeninen {adj}  :: oncogenic
onkogeenisuus {n} [medicine]  :: oncogenicity
onkologi {n}  :: oncologist
onkologia {n}  :: oncology
online {adv}  :: online; used also as modifier in compound terms, often with a hyphen and as uninflected attribute
onlinejärjestelmä {n}  :: online system
onnahdella {v} [figuratively]  :: to be somewhat illogical or inconsistent
onnahdella {v}  :: to limp; occasionally but repetitively
onnahdus {n} [figuratively]  :: minor inconsistency in a story etc
onnahdus {n}  :: limping (act of taking one individual limping step)
onnahtaa {v}  :: to limp once or just a little
onnahtelu {n} [figuratively]  :: minor inconsistencies in a story etc
onnahtelu {n}  :: limping (irregular limping, such that one doesn't limp on every step)
onnekas {adj}  :: lucky, fortunate
onnekkaasti {adv}  :: luckily
onnekkain {adj}  :: superlative form of onnekas
onnekkuus {n}  :: luckiness
onneksi {adv}  :: fortunately
onneksi {adv}  :: luckily
onneksi olkoon {interj}  :: congratulations!
onnela {n} [figuratively]  :: paradise, Eden
onnellinen {adj}  :: happy
onnellinen luku {n} [mathematics]  :: happy number
onnellisesti {adv}  :: happily
onnellistaa {vt}  :: to make happy
onnellistuttaa {vt}  :: To create happiness; to make someone happy
onnellisuus {n}  :: happiness
onnellisuuspilleri {n} [science fiction]  :: happiness pill (hypothetical pill the taking of which would result in happiness)
onnellisuustutkija {n}  :: happiness researcher
onnenaika {n}  :: golden age, halcyon days
onnenapila {n}  :: four-leaf clover
onnenapila {n}  :: iron cross, lucky clover, four-leaf sorrel, Oxalis tetraphylla (house plant)
onnenhattu {n}  :: caul (remnants of amnion which sometimes shrouds a baby’s head at birth)
onnenhetki {n}  :: moment of happiness, happy moment
onnenkantamoinen {n}  :: stroke of luck (especially in sports, a feat resulting from luck rather than skill)
onnenkauppa {n}  :: game of luck, lottery (activity whose outcome depends on one's luck)
onnenkeksi {n}  :: A fortune cookie
onnenkäpy {n}  :: Mexican shrimp plant, shrimp plant, false hop, Justicia brandegeeana
onnenluku {n}  :: lucky number
onnenmaa {n}  :: alternative term for onnela
onnenmyyrä {n}  :: lucky duck, lucky dog, lucky devil, happy camper
onnennumero {n}  :: lucky number
onnenonginta {n}  :: fortune hunting (activity of seeking wealth without working to earn it)
onnenonkija {n}  :: fortune hunter (person who eagerly seeks wealth without working to earn it)
onnenpekka {interj}  :: lucky!, lucky you!
onnenpekka {n}  :: lucky duck, lucky dog, lucky devil, happy camper
onnenpeli {n}  :: game of chance (game in which the outcome is determined by random variables rather than by strategy or skill of the players)
onnenpensas {n}  :: forsythia (plant of the genus Forsythia)
onnenpäivä {n}  :: lucky day
onnenpoika {n}  :: lucky duck, lucky dog, lucky devil, happy camper
onnenpotkaus {n}  :: alternative term for onnenpotku
onnenpotku {n}  :: stroke of luck
onnenpyörä {n}  :: spinner
onnenpyörä {n}  :: wheel of Fortune
onnentoivottaja {n}  :: congratulator (one who congratulates)
onnentoivotus {n}  :: congratulation
onnentunne {n}  :: feel of joy, happiness
onnestaa {v}  :: alternative form of onnistaa
onnetar {n}  :: Lady Luck
onnetar {n}  :: The one who selects the winners in a draw
onneton {adj}  :: unhappy
onnettomasti {adv}  :: unhappily
onnettomin {adj}  :: superlative form of onneton
onnettomuus {n}  :: accident (event caused by non-human factors with negative consequences)
onnettomuusaltis {adj}  :: accident-prone
onnettomuusalue {n}  :: accident scene
onnettomuusauto {n}  :: A vehicle involved in an accident
onnettomuushetki {n}  :: The moment when an accident takes place
onnettomuusjakautuma {n}  :: accident distribution
onnettomuuskone {n}  :: An airplane involved in an accident
onnettomuuskonetyyppi {n}  :: An airplane type involved in an accident
onnettomuuskronologia {n}  :: accident chronology (detailed timeline description of the sequence of events leading to an accident)
onnettomuuspaikka {n}  :: accident site, accident scene, site of an accident, scene of an accident
onnettomuuspaikkatutkimus {n}  :: accident scene investigation
onnettomuusraportti {n}  :: accident report
onnettomuustapaus {n} [euphemism]  :: accident
onnettomuustilanne {n}  :: accident situation (circumstances in which an accident takes place or right after the accident)
onnettomuustutkija {n}  :: accident investigator
onnettomuustutkinta {n}  :: accident investigation
onnettomuusuutinen {n}  :: news of an accident
onni {n}  :: happiness
onni {n}  :: luck
Onni {prop}  :: male given name
onnikka {n} [dialectal]  :: coach, bus
-onninen {adj}  :: Having luck
onnistaa {vi}  :: to luck
onnistua {v}  :: To manage, succeed (as opposed to fail)
onnistuminen {n}  :: success
onnistumisprosentti {n}  :: success rate
onnistuneesti {adv}  :: successfully
onnistuneisuus {n}  :: successfulness
onnistunut {adj}  :: successful
onnitella {v}  :: To congratulate
onnittelu {n}  :: congratulation
onnittelukortti {n}  :: greeting card
onnittelukäynti {n}  :: congratulation visit
onnittelulaulu {n}  :: congratulation song
onnittelupuhe {n}  :: congratulation speech
onnittelusähke {n}  :: congratulation telegram
onnittelutilaisuus {n}  :: congratulation event
onnitteluviesti {n}  :: congratulation message
onnunta {n}  :: alternative term for ontuminen
onomastiikka {n}  :: onomastics (branch of lexicology devoted to the study of names and naming)
onomatopoeettinen {adj}  :: onomatopoetic
onomatopoeettisuus {n}  :: onomatopoeia
onomatopoesia {n}  :: onomatopoeia
onomatopoieettinen {adj}  :: alternative form of onomatopoeettinen
onsilla {n}  :: oncilla, Leopardus tigrinus
onsilo {n} [geology]  :: cirque, cwm (curved depression in a mountainside)
ontelo {n} [anatomy]  :: sinus
ontelo {n}  :: cavity
ontelo {n} [zoology]  :: coelenteron (body cavity of a coelenterate - onteloeläin)
onteloammus {n} [military]  :: shaped charge, hollow charge
onteloeläin {n} [label, en, dated]  :: coelenterate; any animal of the phyla Ctenophora or Cnidaria
onteloharmaa {n} [anatomy]  :: central gray matter
onteloida {vt}  :: to hollow out (to make hollow)
onteloinen {adj}  :: cavitied (having cavities)
onteloitua {vi}  :: to hollow out (to become hollow)
ontelokangas {n}  :: A technical term for a textile sewn together from two or more layers of fabric leaving a space between them. The space may be filled with insulating or padding. When padded, ontelokangas may be called quilted fabric in English
ontelolaatta {n} [construction]  :: hollow core slab, voided slab, hollow core plank, concrete plank (precast slab of prestressed concrete typically used in the construction of floors in multi-story buildings)
onteloluu {n} [skeleton]  :: A pneumatic bone (bone that contains hollows)
ontelomainen {adj} [anatomy]  :: sinusoid (resembling a sinus)
ontelosyylä {n} [pathology]  :: molluscum contagiosum
ontologia {n}  :: ontology
ontologinen {adj}  :: ontological
ontosti {adv}  :: hollowly
ontto {adj}  :: hollow
onttojalkainen {adj}  :: hollow-legged
onttolaskimo {n} [anatomy]  :: A vena cava
onttosarvinen {n}  :: A bovid
onttous {n}  :: hollowness
ontua {vi}  :: to limp
ontuminen {n}  :: limping (motion)
ontuva {adj}  :: limping
onykogryfoosi {n} [pathology]  :: onychogryphosis
onyksi {n} [mineral]  :: onyx
oo- {prefix}  :: oo-
oodi {n}  :: ode
ooforiitti {n} [medicine]  :: oophoritis
oogeneesi {n} [biology]  :: oogenesis
Oolannin sota {n}  :: A British-French naval campaign along the Finnish coasts during the Crimean War in 1854 and 1855
Oolanti {prop} [obsolete]  :: Aland (archipelago and province)
ooliitti {n} [geology]  :: An oolith (granule)
ooliittinen {adj}  :: Consisting of ooliths
oologi {n}  :: oologist
oologia {n}  :: oology
oomega {n}  :: omega (Greek letter)
Oona {prop}  :: female given name. Popular in the 1990s and the 2000s
oopiumi {n}  :: opium
oopiumihumala {n}  :: opium high
oopiumiluola {n} [historical]  :: opium den (establishment where opium was sold and smoked)
oopiuminpolttaja {n}  :: opium smoker
oopiumipiippu {n}  :: opium pipe (pipe designed for vaporization and inhalation of opium)
oopiumiunikko {n}  :: opium poppy (Papaver somniferum)
ooppera {n}  :: opera
ooppera-aaria {n}  :: opera aria
ooppera-alkusoitto {n}  :: opera prelude, opera overture
oopperaelokuva {n}  :: opera movie
oopperafestivaali {n} [often in plural]  :: opera festival
oopperajuhla {n} [usually in plural]  :: opera festival
oopperakapellimestari {n}  :: opera conductor
oopperakilpailu {n}  :: opera competition, opera contest
oopperakirjallisuus {n}  :: opera literature
oopperakohtaus {n}  :: opera scene
oopperakonsertti {n}  :: opera concert
oopperakoulutus {n}  :: opera education
oopperakuoro {n}  :: opera choir
oopperalaulaja {n}  :: opera singer
oopperalaulajatar {n}  :: female opera singer
oopperalava {n}  :: opera stage
oopperamaailma {n}  :: world of opera
oopperamelodia {n}  :: opera melody
oopperamonttu {n}  :: opera pit (in an opera house, the pit in which the orchestra plays)
oopperamusiikki {n}  :: opera music
oopperamuusikko {n}  :: opera musician
oopperanäyttämö {n}  :: opera stage
oopperaorkesteri {n}  :: opera orchestra
oopperarakennus {n}  :: opera building
oopperarepertoaari {n}  :: opera repertoire
oopperarooli {n}  :: opera role
oopperaserenadi {n}  :: opera serenade
oopperaseurue {n}  :: opera company
oopperasävellys {n}  :: opera composition
oopperasävelmä {n}  :: opera melody
oopperasäveltäjä {n}  :: opera composer
oopperataide {n}  :: opera (opera as art form)
oopperataiteilija {n}  :: opera artist
oopperatalo {n}  :: opera house
oopperateatteri {n}  :: opera theater
oopperatenori {n}  :: opera tenor
oopperatähti {n}  :: opera star
oopperavieras {n}  :: opera guest
oopperaväki {n}  :: opera folks (the people involved with opera collectively, including the audience, sponsors, cast and supporting personnel)
oopperavoileipä {n}  :: A sandwich consisting of toasted white bread, hamburger patty and fried egg sunny side up, decorated with parsley and sometimes served with pickles on side
oopperayleisö {n}  :: opera audience
Oortin pilvi {prop} [astronomy]  :: The Oort cloud
oosyytti {n} [cytology]  :: oocyte (cell that develops into an egg or ovum)
ootheka {n} [zoology, rare]  :: ootheca
ootrata {v}  :: To grain (to imitate the grain of wood by painting)
ootraus {n}  :: graining (art and practice of producing imitated wood surfaces by painting)
opaakki {adj}  :: opaque
opaali {n}  :: opal
opaalilasi {n}  :: opal glass (type of glass)
opalisoida {v}  :: To opalize (to make opalescent)
opas {n}  :: A guide book, guide (book)
opas {n}  :: A guide (person)
opaskartta {n}  :: tourist map
opaskirja {n}  :: guidebook
opaskirjanen {n}  :: (small) guidebook, leaflet
opaskoira {n}  :: guide dog; seeing-eye dog [US]
opaskoira {n}  :: sometimes also used of a [[kuulokoira hearing dog]]
opastaa {v}  :: to guide, help
opastaa {v}  :: to lead
opastaa {v}  :: to mentor
opastaja {n}  :: adviser
opaste {n}  :: guide, sign, guidepost
opastus {n}  :: guiding, instruction
opasvihko {n}  :: guide booklet
opasvihkonen {n}  :: guide booklet
ope {n} [school, colloquial]  :: teacher
operaatio {n}  :: operation
operaatioanalyysi {n}  :: operations research, operational research
operaattori {n}  :: operator
operatiivinen {adj}  :: operational
operatiivisesti {adv}  :: operatively
operationaalinen {adj}  :: operational
operetti {n} [music]  :: operetta
operoida {v}  :: To operate
operoija {n}  :: operator (one who operates)
operointi {n}  :: operation (act of operating)
opetella {vi}  :: To (gradually) learn (to do something = active 3rd infinitive in illative, -maan/-mään)
opetella {vt}  :: To (gradually) learn (something), study (something)
opettaa {vt}  :: To teach someone (= allative) about something (= elative)
opettaa {vt}  :: To teach someone (= partitive) to do something (= active 3rd infinitive in illative, -maan/-mään)
opettaja {n}  :: teacher
opettajakokelas {n}  :: student teacher
opettajakunta {n}  :: The teachers of a school etc
opettajatar {n}  :: Female teacher
opettaminen {n}  :: teaching
opettava {adj}  :: teaching
opettavainen {adj}  :: didactic
opettavainen {adj}  :: instructive
opettavaisesti {adj}  :: instructively, didactically
opetuksellinen {adj}  :: educational
opetus {n}  :: education (process or art of imparting knowledge, skill and judgment)
opetus {n}  :: lesson (something learned or to be learned)
opetus {n}  :: lesson (something that serves as a warning or encouragement)
opetus {n}  :: moral (of a narrative: its ethical significance or practical lesson)
opetus {n}  :: teaching (something taught by a religious or philosophical authority)
opetus {n}  :: tuition (training or instruction provided by a teacher or tutor)
opetuselokuva {n}  :: educational film
opetusfilmi {n}  :: educational film
opetushallitus {n}  :: A similar agency in another country
opetushallitus {n}  :: National Board of Education (an agency subordinate to the Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture, responsible for all government business concerning education from pre-primary to secondary level)
opetusharjoittelija {n}  :: student teacher
opetuskieli {n}  :: teaching language
opetuslapsi {n}  :: Disciple
opetuslupa {n}  :: teaching license
opetusmateriaali {n}  :: teaching material
opetusmenetelmä {n}  :: teaching method
opetusmetodi {n}  :: teaching method
opetusministeri {n}  :: minister of education, secretary of education
opetusministeriö {n}  :: ministry of education
opetussuunnitelma {n}  :: curriculum (set of courses, coursework, and their content, offered at a school or university)
opetustaito {n}  :: teaching skills
opetustapa {n}  :: teaching method
opetustapahtuma {n}  :: teaching event
opetustilanne {n}  :: teaching situation
opiaatti {n}  :: opiate
opinahjo {n} [figuratively]  :: school
opinnot {n}  :: studies (academic field of study concerning a given subject)
opin sauna {idiom} [idiomatic, archaic]  :: The school, as institution
opinto {n}  :: study; normally used in plural, see opinnot
opinto- {prefix}  :: study
opintojakso {n}  :: study module
opintolaina {n}  :: student loan (type of loan designed to help students pay for their studying costs, often specifically regulated by law)
opintomenestys {n}  :: study success
opinto-ohjaaja {n}  :: student counsellor
opinto-ohjaaja {n}  :: study advisor
opinto-ohjaaja {n}  :: tutor
opinto-ohjaaja {n}  :: vocational counsellor
opinto-ohjaus {n}  :: student counselling
opintopiste {n}  :: credit, academic credit, course credit
opintoraha {n}  :: student grant, allowance
opintotuki {n}  :: student allowance
opioidi {n}  :: opioid
opiskeleminen {n}  :: studying
opiskelija {n}  :: A student
opiskelija-alennus {n}  :: student discount
opiskelija-asunto {n}  :: student apartment
opiskelija-asuntola {n}  :: student dormitory
opiskelijaliike {n}  :: student movement
opiskelijavaihto {n}  :: student exchange
opiskella {vit}  :: To study something (to pursue studies of, e.g. at a university)
opiskelu {n}  :: coursework (work carried out by students of a particular course)
opiskelu {n}  :: study (act of acquiring knowledge)
opiskeluaika {n}  :: study time
opiskelupaikka {n}  :: degree place, place (spot for studying in a university, college or other learning institution)
opisto {n}  :: institute
O-pääntie {n}  :: O neckline, O-neckline (O-shaped neckline)
opo {n} [colloquial]  :: guidance counsellor
opossumi {n}  :: opossum
oppi {n}  :: doctrine
oppi {n}  :: knowledge
oppi {n}  :: study, -logy; in this sense usually the head of a compound term
oppia {vi}  :: To learn (to do something = active 3rd infinitive in illative, -maan/-mään)
oppia {vt}  :: To learn (something)
oppia ikä kaikki {proverb}  :: live and learn
oppiaine {n}  :: subject (particular area of study)
oppia kantapään kautta {v}  :: to learn the hard way
oppiarvo {n}  :: A degree, as an award bestowed by a university or a college as an indication of academic achievement (an honorary degree is referred to as arvo)
oppi-isä {n}  :: mentor
oppikirja {n}  :: A textbook
oppikoulu {n}  :: Formerly in the Finnish school system an 8-year grammar school. In order to go to oppikoulu the pupil had to do four years of kansakoulu and pass an exam
oppilaanohjaaja {n}  :: school counselor (professional member of an educational team who assists students in their personal, social, academic, and career development)
oppilaanohjaus {n}  :: student/pupil counselling
oppilainen {adj}  :: student (having x-number of students)
oppilaitos {n}  :: A learning institution; anything from elementary school to university
oppilas {n}  :: pupil
oppilaskunta {n}  :: student body, students' union
oppilasmäärä {n}  :: number of students, student count
oppilas-opettajasuhde {n}  :: student-teacher relationship
oppimaton {adj}  :: uneducated
oppiminen {n}  :: learning
oppimiskyky {n}  :: learning skill
oppimiskäyrä {n}  :: learning curve
oppimisprosessi {n}  :: learning process
oppimistavoite {n}  :: learning objective
oppinut {adj}  :: learned
oppinut {n}  :: scholar
oppipoika {n}  :: apprentice
oppiprosessi {n}  :: learning process
oppisali {n} [dated]  :: classroom
oppisopimus {n}  :: (apprentice) indenture
oppisopimusaika {n}  :: apprenticeship time
oppitunti {n}  :: lesson
oppituoli {n}  :: academic chair
oppivelvollisuus {n}  :: A person's liability to participate in compulsory education
opponentti {n}  :: An opponent, especially in an academic public examination, where a respondent defends his/her doctoral dissertation
opponoida {v}  :: To oppose, especially in an academic dissertation
opportunismi {n}  :: opportunism
opportunisti {n}  :: opportunist
opportunistinen {adj}  :: opportunistic
oppositiivi {n} [grammar]  :: oppositive
oppositio {n} [astronomy]  :: opposition
oppositio {n} [politics]  :: opposition
oppositiojohtaja {n}  :: opposition leader
oppositiopuolue {n}  :: opposition party
optiikka {n}  :: optics
optikko {n}  :: optician
optillinen {adj} [dated]  :: optic, optical
optimaalinen {adj}  :: optimal
optimi {n}  :: optimum
optimiarvo {n}  :: optimal value
optimismi {n}  :: optimism
optimisti {n}  :: optimist
optimistijolla {n}  :: optimist (dinghy), oppy
optimistinen {adj}  :: optimistic
optimistisesti {adv}  :: optimistically
optimistisuus {n}  :: optimism
optimoida {vt}  :: To optimise/optimize
optimointi {n}  :: optimization
optinen {adj}  :: optical
optio {n} [finance]  :: Option (a contract giving the holder the right to buy or sell an asset at a set strike price)
optisesti {adv}  :: optically
optoelektroniikka {n}  :: optoelectronics
optoelektroninen {adj}  :: optoelectric
optometria {n}  :: optometry
optometristi {n}  :: optometrist
opuntia {n}  :: opuntia (flower)
ora {n}  :: thorn
oraakkeli {n}  :: oracle
oraakkelimainen {adj}  :: oracular
oraakkelimaisesti {adv}  :: oracularly
oraali {n} [phonetics]  :: An oral phoneme
oraali- {prefix}  :: oral
oraalinen {adj}  :: oral
orahytykkä {n}  :: toothed jelly fungus, false hedgehog mushroom or white jelly mushroom, Pseudohydnum gelatinosum
orakas {n} [mushroom]  :: A tooth fungus, type of mushroom, especially in the genus Hydnum
oralehti {n} [botany]  :: spike leaf
orangutangi {n} [obsolete]  :: An orangutan
oranialainen {adj}  :: Orange
oranialaisveljeskunta {n}  :: Orange Order (organization in North Ireland)
oranki {n}  :: orangutan (ape of the genus Pongo)
oranssi {adj}  :: of the colour orange
oranssi {n}  :: color orange
oranssikaviokuonoyökkö {n}  :: orange leaf-nosed bat (Rhinonicteris aurantia)
oranssikeltano {n} [botany]  :: An orange hawkweed, Hieracium aurantiacum
oranssinen {adj}  :: Having orange colour
oranssinkeltainen {adj}  :: orange yellow (shade of yellow with some orange in it)
oranssinpunainen {adj}  :: orange red (shade of red with some orange in it)
oranssinuppiseitikki {n} [mushroom]  :: A webcap, Cortinarius elegantissimus
oranssinvärinen {adj}  :: orange (of the colour orange)
oranssirousku {n}  :: A milk-cap, Lactarius mitissimus
oranssisuomuseitikki {n} [mushroom]  :: A webcap, Cortinarius rubicundulus
orapaatsama {n}  :: buckthorn, common buckthorn, purging buckthorn (Rhamnus cathartica)
orapihlaja {n} [plant]  :: hawthorn (any bush of the genus Crataegus)
orapihlaja-aita {n}  :: hawthorn hedge
orapihlajanmarja {n}  :: haw (fruit of hawthorn)
oras {n} [botany]  :: shoot or shoots of cereal or cultivated hay, usually collectively
oraspelto {n}  :: A cereal or hay field with a growth of shoots
orastaa {v}  :: to dawn
orastaa {v}  :: to emerge
orastaa {v}  :: to sprout
orastoukka {n}  :: cutworm (larva of turnip moth, Agrotis segetum, notorious for eating the shoots of cereals)
orastua {vi}  :: to sprout
orastus {n}  :: dawning
orastus {n}  :: emergence
orastus {n}  :: sprouting
orasyökkönen {n}  :: turnip moth, Agrotis segetum (moth of the family Noctuidae)
oratorio {n}  :: oratorio
oratuomi {n}  :: blackthorn, sloe, Prunus spinosa
orava {n}  :: squirrel
orava {n}  :: The European red squirrel, Sciurus vulgaris
oravanmarja {n} [plant]  :: false lily of the valley, May lily, Maianthemum bifolium
oravannahka {n}  :: A squirrel fur
oravannahka {n} [colloquial]  :: money
oravannahka {n} [heraldry]  :: vair
oravannahkainen {adj}  :: Made of squirrel fur
oravannahkakauppa {n} [colloquial]  :: barter (trade by exchange, instead of money)
oravanpesä {n}  :: drey, squirrel's nest
oravanpoika {n}  :: A young of squirrel (of either sex)
oravanpoikanen {n}  :: A young of squirrel
oravanpyörä {n}  :: rat race
oravanpyörä {n}  :: treadmill
oravanseitikki {n} [mushroom]  :: A webcap, Cortinarius variecolor
oravasaimiri {n}  :: common squirrel monkey, Saimiri sciureus
orbitaali {n} [chemistry]  :: orbital
orda {n} [historical]  :: Mongol horde
ordinaali {n}  :: alternative term for ordinaaliluku
ordinaali {n}  :: alternative term for ordinaalilukusana
ordinaali {n} [mathematics]  :: ordinal number (generalized kind of number to denote the length of a well-order on a set)
ordinaali {n}  :: ordinal (book used in the ordination of Anglican ministers)
ordinaaliluku {n} [grammar]  :: ordinal number
ordinaalilukusana {n}  :: ordinal numeral, ordinal number (word that expresses the relative position of an item in an ordered sequence)
ordinaalinen {adj}  :: ordinal (indicating position in a sequence)
ordinaatta {n} [mathematics]  :: ordinate
ordoviikki {n}  :: Ordovician (geological period)
ordoviikkikausi {n}  :: Ordovician, Ordovician period (geological period)
ordoviikkinen {adj} [geology]  :: Ordovician (of a geologic period within the Paleozoic era; comprises lower, middle and upper epochs from about 488 to 443 million years ago)
ordoviki {n}  :: The Ordovician period
ordovikikausi {n}  :: The Ordovician period
ordovikikautinen {adj}  :: Ordovician
oreksiini {n} [biochemistry]  :: orexin
orellaniini {n} [chemistry]  :: orellanine
Orfeus {prop}  :: Orpheus
orfeuskerttu {n}  :: Orphean warbler (Sylvia hortensis)
orgaani {n}  :: organ
orgaaninen {adj} [biology]  :: organic
orgaaninen {adj} [chemistry]  :: organic
orgaaninen kemia {n}  :: organic chemistry
orgaaninen yhdiste {n} [chemistry]  :: organic compound
orgaanisesti {adv}  :: organically
orgaanisuus {n}  :: organicity (state of being organic)
organdi {n}  :: organdy
organisaatio {n}  :: organization
organisaatioilmasto {n}  :: organizational climate
organisaatiokaavio {n}  :: organization chart, organigram
organisaatiokulttuuri {n}  :: organizational culture
organisaatiokäyttäytyminen {n}  :: organizational behavior
organisaatiomalli {n}  :: organizational model
organisaatiomuutos {n}  :: organizational change
organisaatiopsykologia {n}  :: organizational psychology
organisaatiorakenne {n}  :: organizational structure
organisaatiorikos {n}  :: organizational crime
organisaatiososiologia {n}  :: organizational sociology
organisaatiotiede {n}  :: organizational science, organization science
organisaatiotutkimus {n}  :: organizational research
organisaatiouudistus {n}  :: organizational reform
organisaatioviestintä {n}  :: organizational communication
organisaattori {n}  :: organizer
organisatorinen {adj}  :: organizational
organismi {n}  :: organism
organisoida {v}  :: To organise/organize
organisoija {n}  :: organizer
organisointi {n}  :: organizing
organisointikyky {n}  :: organizational skill
organisointikykyinen {n}  :: capable of organizing
organisoitua {vi}  :: To become organized
organoboraani {n} [chemistry]  :: organoboran
organogeeninen {adj} [geology, biology]  :: organogenic
organologia {n}  :: organology
orgasmi {n}  :: orgasm
orgastinen {adj}  :: orgiastic
orgiat {n}  :: orgy, debauch
orhi {n}  :: alternative form of ori
ori {n}  :: stallion
oribletti {n} [rare]  :: alternative term for resoribletti
orientaalinen {adj}  :: oriental
orientaatio {n}  :: orientation
orientalismi {n}  :: orientalism
orientalisti {n}  :: orientalist
orientalistiikka {n} [linguistics]  :: orientalism
orientoida {vt}  :: to orientate
orientointi {n}  :: orientation
orientoitua {vi}  :: To orientate
orientoituminen {n}  :: orientation
orientti {n}  :: the Orient
originaali {n}  :: original
originaalikappale {n}  :: original (object or other creation from which all later copies and variations are derived)
originaalinen {adj}  :: original
originaalisuus {n}  :: originality
originaliteetti {n}  :: originality
originelli {adj}  :: original (fresh, different)
origo {n}  :: (coordinate) origin
orija {n}  :: The Oriya language
Orion {prop} [constellation]  :: The constellation Orion
Orion {prop} [Greek mythology]  :: Orion
Orionin sumu {prop} [astronomy]  :: The Orion Nebula
orisilla {n} [dated]  :: oncilla, little spotted cat, tigrillo, tiger cat, Leopardus tigrinus (small spotted cat native to montane and tropical rainforests of Central and South America)
orja {n}  :: slave
orjailla {vi}  :: to act or behave slavishly
orjailu {n}  :: slavish behavior
orjakauppa {n}  :: slave trade
orjalaiva {n}  :: slaver, slave ship
orjallinen {adj} [usually, figuratively]  :: slavish
orjallisesti {adv}  :: slavishly
orjallisuus {n}  :: slavishness
orjamainen {adj}  :: slavish
orjamaisesti {adv}  :: slavishly
orjamaisuus {n}  :: slavishness
orjamarkkinat {n}  :: slave market
orjanlaakeri {n}  :: holly (any of various shrubs or small trees of the genus Ilex)
orjanomainen {adj}  :: slavelike (resembling conditions of slavery)
orjanomistaja {n}  :: slaveowner, slaveholder
orjanomistuksellinen {adj}  :: slave ownership, slaveholding (of or related to the practice of owning slaves)
orjanomistus {n}  :: slaveholding, slave ownership (practice ow owning slaves)
orjanomistusyhteisö {n}  :: slave owning society
orjanruusu {n}  :: glaucous dog rose, Rosa dumalis
orjantappura {n} [biblical]  :: thorn (any shrub or small tree that bears thorns)
orjantappura {n}  :: glaucous dog rose, Rosa dumalis
orjantappurakruunu {n}  :: crown of thorns
orjantappurapensaikko {n}  :: thornbush, thorn (relatively large growth of thorny bushes)
orjapiiskuri {n}  :: slave driver (employer who demands excessive work from the employee)
orjapiiskuri {n}  :: slave driver (overseer of slaves at work)
orjatar {n}  :: female slave
orjatyö {n}  :: slave work
orjatyövoima {n}  :: slave labor
orjuus {n}  :: slavery
orjuuttaa {vt}  :: to enslave
orjuuttaja {n}  :: enslaver (one who enslaves)
orjuutus {n}  :: enslaving (act or process of enslaving)
orkaani {n} [meteorology, rare]  :: A hurricane-speed wind; hurricane, typhoon
orkesteri {n}  :: An orchestra
orkesteri {n}  :: An orchestra (semicircular space in front of the stage used by the chorus in ancient Greek theatres)
orkesterikappale {n} [music]  :: orchestral piece
orkesteriklassikko {n} [music]  :: orchestral classic
orkesterikonsertti {n} [music]  :: orchestral concert
orkesterilaulu {n} [music]  :: orchestral song (genre of classical music for solo voices and orchestra)
orkesterimonttu {n}  :: orchestra pit (the pit in which the orchestra plays during opera and musical performances)
orkesterimusiikki {n}  :: orchestral music
orkesterimuusikko {n}  :: orchestral musician
orkesterinjohtaja {n} [music]  :: conductor (of an orchestra)
orkesterisarja {n} [music]  :: orchestral suite (musical composition for an orchestra, consisting of a string of pieces)
orkesterisäestys {n} [music]  :: orchestral accompaniment
orkesterisoitin {n}  :: orchestral instrument
orkesterisovitus {n}  :: orchestration (arrangement of music for performance by an orchestra)
orkesterisovitus {n}  :: orchestration (composition that has been orchestrated)
orkesterisävellys {n}  :: orchestral composition
orkesterisyvennys {n}  :: orchestra pit
orkesteritaide {n} [music]  :: orchestral art
orkesteritausta {n} [music]  :: orchestral background
orkesteriteos {n} [music]  :: orchestral work
orkesteritoiminta {n} [music]  :: orchestral activity
orkestra {n}  :: An orchestra (semicircular space in front of the stage used by the chorus in ancient Greek theatres)
orkestraalinen {adj}  :: orchestral
orkestraatio {n} [music]  :: orchestration (arrangement of music for performance by an orchestra)
orkestraatio {n}  :: (music) orchestration (composition that has been orchestrated)
orkestroida {v} [music]  :: To orchestrate
orkestrointi {n} [music]  :: orchestration (arrangement of music for performance by an orchestra)
orkestrointi {n}  :: orchestration (control of diverse elements)
orkidea {n}  :: An orchid
orkidektomia {n}  :: orchidectomy
orkiitti {n} [pathology]  :: orchitis
orkku {n} [colloquial]  :: orgasm
orkku {n} [colloquial]  :: squirrel
ormio {n} [botany]  :: pillwort (Pilularia globulifera)
ornamentaalinen {adj}  :: ornamental
ornamentiikka {n}  :: ornamentation
ornamentoida {vt} [rare]  :: to ornament (to add to)
ornamentti {n}  :: ornament
ornamenttitaide {n}  :: ornament art, ornamentation (art form)
orneerata {v}  :: to decorate, ornament, especially with ornaments or excessively
ornitologi {n}  :: ornithologist
ornitologia {n}  :: ornithology
ornitologinen {adj}  :: ornithological
ornitopteri {n}  :: ornithopter (aircraft)
oro {n} [rare, poetic]  :: stallion
orogenia {n} [geology]  :: orogeny
oromo {n}  :: An Oromo
oromo {n}  :: The Oromo language
oromon kieli {n}  :: Oromo (language)
orongo {n}  :: Tibetan antelope, chiru, Pantholops hodgsonii (medium-sized bovid native to the Tibetan plateau)
orpana {n} [dated, dialectal]  :: orphan
orpana {n} [dialectal]  :: cousin
orpo {adj} [figuratively]  :: lonely
orpo {n}  :: orphan
orpokoti {n} [dated]  :: orphanage
orpolapsi {n}  :: orphan
orpopoika {n}  :: orphan boy
orpotyttö {n}  :: orphan girl
orpous {n}  :: orphanhood
orpovauva {n}  :: orphan baby
orsi {n}  :: A balance beam (in a balance)
orsi {n}  :: A perch, roost (for a bird)
ortodoksi {n}  :: An Orthodox person
ortodoksia {n}  :: orthodoxy
ortodoksijuutalaisuus {n} [religion]  :: Orthodox Judaism
ortodoksikirkko {n}  :: An Orthodox church
ortodoksiliturgia {n}  :: An Orthodox liturgy
ortodoksiluostari {n}  :: An Orthodox monastery
ortodoksimunkki {n}  :: An Orthodox monk
ortodoksinen {adj}  :: orthodox
ortodoksinen {adj}  :: Orthodox (of or pertaining to Orthodox Judaism)
ortodoksinen {adj}  :: Orthodox (of or pertaining to the Eastern Orthodox Church)
ortodoksinen kirkko {n} [Christianity]  :: The Eastern Orthodox Church
ortodoksiseurakunta {n}  :: An Orthodox parish
ortodoksisuus {n}  :: orthodoxy (correctness in doctrine and belief, conformity to established and accepted beliefs)
ortodoksisuus {n} [religion]  :: Orthodoxy (Eastern Orthodoxy)
ortodontia {n}  :: orthodontics
ortogonaalinen {adj} [mathematics]  :: orthogonal
ortografia {n}  :: orthography
ortografinen {adj}  :: orthographic
ortoklaasi {n} [mineral]  :: orthoclase
ortokuva {n}  :: orthophoto
ortopedi {n}  :: orthopedist
ortopedia {n} [medicine]  :: orthopedics
ortopedinen {adj}  :: orthopedic
ortopiihappo {n} [chemistry]  :: orthosilicic acid
ortoreksia {n} [psychology]  :: orthorexia
ortorektikko {n}  :: orthorexic
ortorektinen {adj}  :: orthorexic (having the obsession of eating healthy food)
ortosilikaatti {n} [mineralogy]  :: orthosilicate (mineral)
ortostaattinen {adj} [pathology]  :: orthostatic (of or related to upright posture)
ortouni {n}  :: slow sleep
orvaskesi {n} [anatomy]  :: epidermis (outer, protective layer of the skin)
Orvo {prop}  :: male given name
orvokinsininen {adj}  :: pansy (of pansy color)
orvokinsininen {n}  :: pansy (color)
orvokki {n}  :: pansy (cultivated variety of this plant, with considerably larger flowers)
orvokki {n}  :: violet (flower of the genus Viola)
Orvokki {prop}  :: female given name
orvokkihopeatäplä {n}  :: dark green fritillary (Argynnis aglaja)
orvokkikasvi {n}  :: A plant of the taxonomic family Violaceae
orvokkikasvi {n} [in plural]  :: Violaceae (family of flowering plants consisting of about 800 species in 21 genera)
orvonhapero {n}  :: A brittlegill, Russula neglecta
o.s. {initialism}  :: nee
-os {suffix}  :: Forms nouns denoting the result of the action of a verb
osa {n} [music]  :: A movement, a large division of a larger composition
osa {n}  :: part
osa {n}  :: with an ordinal number as modifier, used to create nouns meaning "nth part"; works with numbers from three upwards
osa-aikainen {adj}  :: part-time
osa-aikatyö {n}  :: part-time job
osaaja {n} [in plural]  :: skilled labour [UK], skilled labor [US]
osaaja {n}  :: skilled worker, pro, expert (one who knows his trade)
osa-alue {n}  :: division
osa-alue {n}  :: field
osa-alue {n}  :: sector
osaaminen {n}  :: know-how
osaamiskeskus {n}  :: A regional operating unit in a Ministry of Employment and the Economy of Finland's (työ- ja elinkeinoministeriö) programme to enhance the know-how of enterprises in order to strengthen their global competitiveness; officially translated as Centre of Expertise into English
osajoukko {n}  :: subset
osajärjestelmä {n}  :: A subsystem
osakas {n}  :: stakeholder
osake {n}  :: apartment in an housing cooperative
osake {n} [finance]  :: share (of stock)
osakeanti {n} [finance]  :: float (offering of shares to the public)
osakeanti {n} [finance]  :: share issue
osakekauppa {n} [business]  :: stock trade
osakepääoma {n}  :: The share capital of a company (total outstanding capital)
osakesalkku {n}  :: portfolio
osakeyhtiö {n}  :: limited liability company
osakilpailu {n} [sports]  :: partial race, event (any of a series of races that constitute a competition for championship in a certain sport)
osakkeenomistaja {n} [economics]  :: shareholder, shareowner
osakkuus {n}  :: share ownership; interest, share, stake, ownership (quality of being a shareowner)
osaksi {adv}  :: partly
osakunta {n}  :: (closest equivalents) fraternity (USA), college (UK)
osakunta {n}  :: (historically) nation, student nation (organization of students at a university, gathering students who originate from the same region; historical in most countries, but still active in some old universities of Finland and Sweden)
osallinen {n}  :: involved, participating (associated with others)
osallistua {vi} [intransitive + illative or (rare) allative]  :: To participate in, take part in, partake in, be involved/included in
osallistua {vi}  :: To attend (e.g. a lecture, a course = allative)
osallistua {vi}  :: To share (the costs = illative)
osallistuja {n}  :: participant
osallistujalahja {n}  :: party favor (small gift given to a guest at a party, as a souvenir)
osallistuminen {n}  :: attendance
osallistumisprosentti {n}  :: participation percentage
osallisuus {n}  :: complicity
osallisuus {n}  :: participation, share
osaltaan {adv}  :: for one's part, as far as one is concerned
osamaksu {n}  :: instalment (individual payment made within a hire purchase plan)
osamaksu {n}  :: part payment (any payment that is part of a larger payment)
osamaksu {n}  :: Short for [[osamaksukauppa hire purchase]] (method of payment)
osamäärä {n} [mathematics]  :: A quotient
osamurtokehitelmä {n} [mathematics]  :: partial fraction
osanen {n}  :: part, fragment
osanottaja {n}  :: A participant
osanotto {n}  :: participation
osanotto {n}  :: sympathy, condolence
osanto {n} [grammar, rarely used]  :: partitive
osapuoli {n} [legal]  :: party
osasto {n}  :: A compartment
osasto {n}  :: A department
osasto {n}  :: Especially in military use, a unit
osasto {n} [slang]  :: An area, field of activity; always compounded, no direct translation
osastoida {vt}  :: To subdivide into different compartments
osastonjohtaja {n}  :: department manager
osastopäällikkö {n}  :: department chief
osata {vt} [+ infinitive]  :: To know how (to do something), can (do something)
osata {vt} [+ partitive]  :: To know (usually a language)
osataso {n}  :: sublevel
osatekijä {n}  :: component
osaton {adj}  :: dispossessed
osatotuus {n}  :: Some of the facts; partial truth
osavaali {n}  :: partial elections
osavaltio {n}  :: A state (political division of a federation retaining a degree of autonomy)
osaväli {n}  :: subinterval
osavuosikatsaus {n} [finance]  :: quarterly report
Oseania {prop}  :: Oceania
oseano- {prefix}  :: oceano-
oseanografia {n}  :: oceanography
oseanologi {n}  :: oceanologist
oseanologia {n}  :: oceanology
oselotti {n}  :: ocelot (Leopardus pardalis)
osiensa summa {n}  :: sum of its parts
osin {adv}  :: part
osin {adv}  :: partly
osinko {n}  :: A dividend (pro rata payment of money by a company to its shareholders)
osio {n}  :: An item, section of a text
osio {n} [computing]  :: A partition of a hard disk
ositella {v}  :: A frequentative form of the verb osittaa
osittaa {vt}  :: to partition
osittain {adv}  :: partly
osittainen {adj}  :: partial (as opposed to total)
osittaisderivaatta {n} [mathematics]  :: partial derivative
osittaisdifferentiaaliyhtälö {n} [mathematics]  :: A partial differential equation
osittelulaki {n} [mathematics]  :: distributive law
ositus {n}  :: partition
Oskari {prop}  :: male given name
oskarinkokoinen {adj} [jocular, of a boy]  :: small
oskillaatio {n}  :: oscillation
oskillaattori {n}  :: oscillator
oskilloskooppi {n}  :: oscilloscope
Oslo {prop}  :: Oslo
osma {n} [archaic]  :: wolverine (Gulo gulo)
osmani {n}  :: An Osman, an archaic name for Turks
osmankäämi {n}  :: cattail
osmankäämikerttunen {n}  :: moustached warbler, Acrocephalus melanopogon
osmansolmu {n}  :: alternative form of osmonsolmu
osmium {n}  :: osmium
Osmo {prop}  :: male given name
osmologia {n}  :: osmology
osmonsolmu {n}  :: woggle (decorative knot, often used as neckerchief slide)
osmoosi {n}  :: osmosis
osmoottinen {adj}  :: osmotic
osoite {n}  :: address
osoitekirja {n}  :: address book
osoitella {v}  :: To point (with a finger)
osoitin {n}  :: A hand (index or pointer especially in a clock)
osoitin {n}  :: An indicator (pointer or index that indicates)
osoitin {n}  :: A pointer (anything that points)
osoitin {n}  :: A pointer, cursor (in graphical user interfaces)
osoitin {n}  :: A pointer (needle-like component of a timepiece or measuring device that indicates the current reading)
osoitin {n} [programming, databases]  :: A pointer
osoitintappi {n} [computing]  :: pointing stick
osoittaa {v} [mathematics]  :: to prove (to demonstrate that something is true)
osoittaa {v} [sciences]  :: with vääräksi, to falsify (to prove that something is false)
osoittaa {v}  :: to approve (demonstrate)
osoittaa {v}  :: to demonstrate (to show the steps taken to create a logical argument or equation)
osoittaa {v}  :: to direct (a letter etc. to someone)
osoittaa {v}  :: to direct (to aim at)
osoittaa {v}  :: to exhibit (demonstrate)
osoittaa {v}  :: to find (point out)
osoittaa {v}  :: to indicate (to show or manifest by symptoms)
osoittaa {v}  :: to manifest (to make clear or evident, prove)
osoittaa {v}  :: to point (direct or encourage (someone) in a particular direction)
osoittaa {v}  :: to point out (to identify with a bodily gesture)
osoittaa {v}  :: to point (to extend the index finger in the direction of something)
osoittaa {v}  :: to show (to indicate (a fact) to be true; to demonstrate)
osoittaa mieltä {v}  :: alternative form of osoittaa mieltään
osoittaa mieltään {vi}  :: to demonstrate
osoittaa sormella {v} [idiomatic]  :: to put one’s finger on (to identify, specify, name or pick out, usually something negative)
osoittaa sormella {v} [literally]  :: to point with one's finger
osoittaa todeksi {vt}  :: To prove
osoittaja {n} [arithmetic]  :: numerator
osoittautua {vi} [+ translative]  :: To prove (to be)
osoitus {n}  :: indication, demonstration, manifestation
ossa {n} [colloquial]  :: address
osseetti {n}  :: An Ossetian person
osseetti {n}  :: The Ossetic language
ossi {n}  :: A person from the former East Germany
Ossi {prop}  :: male given name
Ossian {prop}  :: male given name; mostly used as a middle name
ossifikaatio {n}  :: ossification
osso buco {n}  :: osso buco
ossuaari {n}  :: ossuary (place where bones of the dead are kept)
ostaa {vt}  :: To buy, purchase
ostaja {n}  :: A buyer
ostalgia {n}  :: Ostalgie
ostari {n} [colloquial]  :: mall, shopping mall
ostattaa {vt}  :: To make someone buy
ostella {vi}  :: To shop, buy (carelessly); to make impulsive purchases
ostelu {n}  :: shopping
osteoblasti {n} [cytology]  :: osteoblast
osteofyytti {n}  :: osteophyte (any small, abnormal but usually harmless growth of bone, often near a joint)
osteokondroosi {n} [pathology]  :: osteochondrosis
osteologia {n} [anatomy]  :: osteology
osteologinen {adj}  :: osteological
osteomalasia {n} [medicine]  :: osteomalacia
osteopaatti {n}  :: osteopath
osteopatia {n}  :: osteopathy
osteopetroosi {n} [disease]  :: osteopetrosis
osteoporoosi {n} [pathology]  :: osteoporosis
osteoporoottinen {adj}  :: osteoporotic
osteosarkooma {n}  :: osteosarcoma
osteri {n}  :: An oyster
osterikastike {n}  :: The oyster sauce
osteriviljelmä {n}  :: An oyster farm
osterivinokas {n}  :: oyster mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus)
ostinato {n} [music]  :: ostinato
ostjakki {n} [dated]  :: A Khanty
ostjakki {n} [dated]  :: The Khanty language
osto {n}  :: A purchase
ostohimo {n}  :: oniomania
ostohinta {n}  :: purchase price
ostokurssi {n} [securities trading]  :: bid price
ostokyky {n}  :: purchasing power
ostokykyinen {adj}  :: able to buy
ostomääräys {n}  :: purchase order
ostoparatiisi {n}  :: shopping paradise
ostopokeri {n}  :: draw poker (form of poker in which players can trade in cards for new ones and their cards are not shown until the showdown)
ostos {n}  :: In adessive, ablative and allative plural also shopping (the event of specifically going out for shopping)
ostos {n}  :: In plural also shopping (things bought)
ostos {n}  :: purchase (item bought)
ostoskassi {n}  :: shopping bag
ostoskeskus {n}  :: shopping centre, shopping center
ostoskori {n}  :: shopping basket
ostoskärry {n}  :: shopping cart [US], shopping trolley [UK]
ostoslaukku {n}  :: shopping bag
ostoslista {n}  :: grocery list
ostoslista {n}  :: shopping list
ostosparatiisi {n}  :: shopping paradise
ostosrobotti {n}  :: shopping bot, shopping agent (bot that searches the internet for the best price for a product)
ostotarjous {n}  :: buying offer
ostovoima {n} [economics]  :: Purchasing power, buying power
ostovoimainen {adj}  :: having purchasing power
ostovoimapariteetti {n}  :: purchasing power parity
osua {vi} [+ illative]  :: To hit, strike, get (a spot, target)
osuma {n}  :: hit
osuus {n}  :: share, part (of something)
osuuskassa {n} [obsolete]  :: until 1970, credit union; predecessor of osuuspankki
osuuskauppa {n}  :: cooperative shop
osuuskunta {n}  :: A cooperative
osuuspankki {n} cooperative bank
osuuspankki {n}  :: credit union
osuuspankki {n} [legal, Finland]  :: A form of cooperative banking in which the customers may but are not obliged to become members of the cooperative (credit union) that runs the bank
osuuspankkiryhmä {n}  :: A common term sometimes used to refer to a finance group formed by about 200 Finnish credit unions. The group is now known as OP-Pohjola
osuustoiminnallinen {adj}  :: cooperative, co-operative (relating to the way of operation of cooperatives as type of company)
osuva {adj}  :: apt, pertinent
osuvasti {adv}  :: aptly
osviitta {n}  :: guide
ota {n} [biblical]  :: A sting
otakilokki {n}  :: barilla, Kali turgida, formerly Salsola kali
otaksua {v}  :: To presume, suppose, assume
otaksuma {n}  :: presumption
otaksuttavasti {adv}  :: presumptively
otalgia {n} [pathology, jargon]  :: earache, otalgia
otanta {n} [statistics]  :: taking a sample, sampling
otantatekniikka {n} [statistics]  :: sampling technique
otantatutkimus {n} [statistics]  :: sample survey
ota tai jätä {phrase}  :: take it or leave it
otattaa {vt}  :: to cause to take, to let take
otava {n} [obsolete]  :: A kind of fish trap
Otava {prop}  :: The Plough, Big Dipper
otaviitti {n} [mineral]  :: otavite
ote {n}  :: citation, excerpt, extract
ote {n}  :: grasp, grip
ote {n} [rarely]  :: maneuver, see e.g. Heimlich maneuver
otelauta {n} [music]  :: fingerboard
otella {v}  :: To compete
oteääni {n} [dated]  :: A vote cast outside one's own electoral district, an extract of electoral register serving as proof of right to vote
oteääni {n} [imprecisely]  :: early vote
otin {n}  :: A handle; server (utensil with which one takes something)
otoliitti {n} [anatomy]  :: otolith
otollinen {adj}  :: favourable/favorable, auspicious
otollisesti {adv}  :: favourably, auspiciously
otollisuus {n}  :: favourableness (state or condition of being favourable)
otorinolaryngologi {n}  :: otorhinolaryngologist
otorinolaryngologia {n}  :: otorhinolaryngology
otos {n} [movies]  :: take
otos {n} [photography]  :: snap, photo
otos {n} [statistics]  :: sample
otosalue {n}  :: sample area (area from which a sample or samples are collected)
otoskleroosi {n} [pathology]  :: otosclerosis
otsa {n}  :: forehead
otsaharja {n}  :: forelock (part of a horse's mane that lies on the forehead)
otsahihna {n}  :: browband (part of horse's bridle)
otsahius {n}  :: forehead hair (single hair on the forehead)
-otsainen {adj} [in compound terms]  :: foreheaded (having some specific type of forehead)
otsake {n}  :: heading
otsakiehkura {n}  :: A lock of hair hanging on the forehead
otsakihara {n}  :: A curl or tress of hair over the forehead
otsalamppu {n}  :: headlamp (lamp worn on head)
otsalihas {n} [anatomy]  :: frontalis muscle
otsalohko {n} [anatomy]  :: frontal lobe
otsalohkoleikkaus {n}  :: frontal lobe surgery
otsaluu {n} [skeleton]  :: The frontal bone
otsanahka {n}  :: forehead skin
otsanauha {n}  :: headband (strip of fabric worn around the head)
otsaontelo {n} [anatomy]  :: frontal sinus
otsaontelotulehdus {n} [pathology]  :: infection of frontal sinus
otsapanta {n}  :: alternative term for hiuspanta
otsapanta {n}  :: browband (part of a horse's bridle)
otsapeili {n}  :: frontal mirror
otsaripa {n}  :: diadem, tiara (ornamental headband)
otsaryppy {n}  :: forehead wrinkle
otsasuoni {n}  :: forehead vein
otsatukka {n}  :: forelock, bangs, fringe (forehead hair)
otsatöyhtö {n}  :: quiff (hairstyle whereby the forelock is brushed and/or gelled upward)
otsavanne {n}  :: diadem, tiara (ornamental headband)
otselotti {n}  :: alternative spelling of oselotti
otsikko {n}  :: heading, header, title, headline
otsikkoaine {n}  :: An essay which a student writes of a given title, as opposed to aineistoaine in which the student writes an essay under a title of his choice, but based on a given reading material
otsikkohakusana {n}  :: guide word, guideword (word that is printed at the top or bottom of the page in a reference work, in order to help readers find a specific entry)
otsikkojuliste {n}  :: alternative term for lööppi
otsikkokoe {n}  :: An exam in which the students write an otsikkoaine
otsikkokoriste {n}  :: headpiece (decorative page heading)
otsikoida {vt}  :: to title, entitle (to give a title to a book, article etc.)
otsikointi {n}  :: titling
otso {n} [poetic]  :: bear (animal)
Otso {prop}  :: male given name
otsoni {n} [chemistry]  :: ozone
otsoniaukko {n}  :: ozone hole
otsonidi {n} [chemistry]  :: ozonide
otsonikato {n}  :: ozone depletion
otsonikerros {n}  :: ozone layer
otsonikokous {n}  :: ozone conference (conference to assess the state of the ozone layer)
otsonikysymys {n}  :: alternative term for otsoniongelma
otsonimittaus {n}  :: ozone measurement
otsonimolekyyli {n}  :: ozone molecule
otsoniongelma {n}  :: ozone problem, ozone issue (ozone-related problem, especially that of the thinning of ozone layer and existence of the ozone hole)
otsonipitoisuus {n}  :: ozone content
otsonireikä {n}  :: ozone hole
otsonisoida {vt}  :: To ozonize
otsonisointi {n}  :: alternative term for otsonointi
otsonisuoja {n}  :: A device that warns for high ozone content in the air
otsonivyöhyke {n}  :: ozone layer
otsoniystävällinen {adj}  :: ozone-friendly
otsonoida {vt}  :: To ozonize
otsonointi {n}  :: ozonization
ottaa {vi} [intransitive + illative]  :: To touch, reach down/up to, hang down to
ottaa {vt} [periphrase]  :: To drink (alcohol), take (medicine)
ottaa {vt}  :: To take; to deprive of, bereave of
ottaa aika {v}  :: To time (to measure a finite time)
ottaa aurinkoa {v}  :: To sunbathe, to sun
ottaa hengiltä {vt} [+ genitive-accusative]  :: To kill, slay (literally: "to take off lives")
ottaa härkää sarvista {v} [idiomatic]  :: to take the bull by the horns
ottaa huomioon {v} [idiomatic]  :: to take into account, consider; to cater to; to factor in
ottaa iisisti {v} [slang]  :: to take it easy
ottaa johtoonsa {v}  :: to take command
ottaa kantaa {vi} [idiomatic + illative]  :: to editorialise/editorialize (to express ones opinion as if in an editorial)
ottaa kantaa {vi} [idiomatic + illative]  :: to take a stance on
ottaa kiinni {v}  :: To catch (to seize an object, especially in the hands)
ottaa käyttöön {v}  :: to put to use
ottaa lämpöä {phrase} [informal]  :: to lose one's temper
ottaa lämpöä {phrase} [informal]  :: to overheat (to become excessively hot)
ottaa lämpöä {phrase} [informal]  :: to warm up (to become physically warmer)
ottaa lämpöä {phrase} [informal]  :: to warm up (to flex one's muscles before exercise or a contest)
ottaa luku {v}  :: To perform a headcount (to count the number of people present)
ottaa lukua {v} [informal]  :: To lie still for a while after receiving a blow
ottaa lukua {v} [informal]  :: To pass out
ottaa lusikka kauniiseen käteen {v} [idiomatic]  :: To swallow one's pride (and humbly do as one is told or supposed to do) (literally: "to take the spoon into the beautiful hand")
ottaa nokkiinsa {v}  :: To take offense
ottaa onkeensa {vt} [idiomatic]  :: to heed, pay attention to, take seriously, tuck away for later reference (e.g. a piece of advice; lit.: "to take [sth] onto one's fishing rod")
ottaa osaa {v}  :: to express one's condolences
ottaa osaa {v}  :: to participate, take part, partake, attend
ottaa parempaan käyttöön {v} [euphemistic, idiomatic]  :: to steal
ottaa parempaan käyttöön {v}  :: to repurpose, reuse (to reuse for a different purpose, with or without alteration)
ottaa päähän {vi} [idiomatic, colloquial]  :: To be annoyed, vexed, pissed off
ottaa rennosti {vi} [colloquial]  :: To relax, chill
ottaa selvää {vi} [idiomatic, +elative]  :: to determine, find out about
ottaa selvää {v}  :: to get to the bottom of (to understand, discover the truth about, or solve)
ottaa sydämelleen {vt} [idiomatic]  :: To take to heart
ottaa todesta {vt} [idiomatic + genitive-accusative]  :: To take seriously
ottaa vaarin {v}  :: take advantage (of a situation)
ottaa vaarin {v}  :: to heed, take into account, obey
ottaa varteen {v}  :: to take into account, take into consideration
ottaa vastaan {vt}  :: meet, welcome, greet, pick up, see (a visitor, in an official function), take (a phone call)
ottaa vastaan {vt}  :: to receive, accept
ottaa yleisönsä {v} [idiomatic]  :: to work the room (to interact with one's audience, eliciting the audience's attention and enthusiasm)
ottaja {n}  :: A taker, one who takes
ottajainen {n} [informal, usually in plural]  :: drinking spree (occasion of heavy drinking)
ottamo {n}  :: intake (place where water or air is taken into a pipe or conduit)
otteeseen {adv}  :: useaan otteeseen: several times
-otteinen {adj}  :: Having a certain manner of acting; no singular English equivalent. Examples:
ottelija {n}  :: contestant
ottelu {n} [sports]  :: match (sporting event)
ottelukeskiarvo {n} [sports]  :: per game average (average of something, such as goals or penalties, per match played over a given period of time)
ottelukierros {n}  :: round of games
ottelupalkkio {n} [sports]  :: match fee (fee paid for a professional sportsman for participating in a game or match)
ottelupallo {n}  :: match point (state in a game where a player can win the entire match by winning the next point; used in tennis, volleyball and similar games)
ottelurangaistus {n} [ice hockey]  :: match penalty
ottelutaulu {n} [sports]  :: alternative term for tulostaulu
ottelutilanne {n}  :: score (number of wins accrued by each of the participants in a series of games, e.g. playoffs, expressed as a ratio or a series of numbers)
ottelutulos {n} [sports]  :: match result
otto {n}  :: [as prefix] adopted
otto {n}  :: intake
otto {n}  :: taking
otto {n}  :: withdrawal
Otto {prop}  :: male given name
Otto {prop}  :: The letter "O" in the Finnish tavausaakkoset, a spelling system similar to ICAO spelling alphabet
ottoaika {n}  :: administration time (time when a prescribed medicine is to be taken)
ottolainaus {n} [banking]  :: borrowing, funding (the business of accepting deposits, issuing debt securities and otherwise attracting borrowed capital)
ottolapsi {n}  :: adoptee (adopted child or a person who was adopted as a child)
ottomaani {n} [furniture]  :: ottoman, hassock
ottomaani {n}  :: Ottoman
ottomaani {n} [textile]  :: ottoman
Ottomaanien valtakunta {prop}  :: Ottoman Empire
ottomoottori {n}  :: petrol engine
ottopoika {n}  :: An adopted son
ottotytär {n}  :: An adopted daughter
ottotyttö {n}  :: An adopted daughter
ottovanhempi {n}  :: adoptive parent
otus {n}  :: creature
oudohko {adj}  :: quite strange
oudokseltaan {adv}  :: due to not being used to or familiar with something
oudoksua {vt} [transitive + partitive]  :: To consider something strange, be amazed by; to wonder
oudoksunta {n}  :: wonderment
oudoksuttaa {v}  :: To make someone feel strange or weird, to cause suspicion
oudonmakuinen {adj}  :: strange tasting
oudonnäköinen {adj}  :: strange looking
oudostella {vi} [rare]  :: Same as oudoksua
oudosti {adv}  :: strangely
oudostuttaa {v}  :: alternative form of oudoksuttaa
oukki doukki {interj}  :: alternative spelling of oukki-doukki
oukki-doukki {interj}  :: okey-dokey
Oulu {prop}  :: Oulu
oululainen {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to the city of Oulu or its citizens
oululainen {n}  :: A person from, or an inhabitant of, Oulu
ounastaa {v} [rare]  :: to have a hunch/suspicion/feeling (that…), suspect, anticipate, sense
ounastella {vi}  :: to have a hunch/suspicion/feeling (that...), suspect, anticipate, sense
Outi {prop}  :: female given name
outo {adj}  :: strange
outokainen {n} [physics]  :: A strangelet
outokumpu {n}  :: A large belly; a beer belly
outokvarkki {n}  :: strange quark
outo lintu {n}  :: rara avis
outo luku {n} [mathematics]  :: weird number
outous {n}  :: strangeness
ovaali {adj}  :: oval
ovaali {n}  :: oval
ovaalimainen {adj}  :: oval-like, ovalish (approximately oval-shaped)
ovaario {n} [anatomy]  :: ovary
ovariaalinen {adj} [medicine]  :: ovarian (relating to the ovaries)
ovela {adj}  :: shrewd, sly, wily
ovelampi {adj}  :: comparative form of ovela
ovelasti {adv}  :: cunningly, slyly, wilily
ovelin {adj}  :: superlative form of ovela
ovellinen {adj}  :: Equipped with a door
ovelta ovelle {phrase}  :: [used adverbially] door to door
ovelta ovelle {phrase}  :: [used attributively] door-to-door
oveluus {n}  :: cunning, shrewdness
ovenavaus {n}  :: door opening, opening of the door (act of opening a door)
ovenkahva {n}  :: door handle, doorknob
ovenkarmi {n}  :: door frame, doorframe, doorcase
ovenpieli {n}  :: doorjamb, doorpost
ovenrako {n}  :: chink of a door, door chink
ovenripa {n}  :: door handle
ovensuljin {n}  :: door closer
ovensuu {n}  :: doorway
ovensuukysely {n}  :: exit poll
ovenvartija {n}  :: doorkeeper
overheadprojektori {n}  :: overhead projector (projector that projects an image over the head of the user of the projector onto a screen behind him)
oveton {adj}  :: doorless
ovi {n}  :: door
oviaukko {n}  :: doorway
ovikello {n}  :: doorbell
oviketju {n}  :: door chain
ovikilpi {n}  :: doorplate
ovilevy {n}  :: door board
ovilokero {n}  :: door compartment
ovimaksu {n}  :: door charge, entrance fee
ovimatto {n}  :: doormat
ovimies {n}  :: doorman, janitor
ovimikko {n}  :: doorman
ovinaapuri {n}  :: next door neighbor
-ovinen {n}  :: -door
ovipaarinen {adj}  :: oviparous
ovipieli {n}  :: alternative form of ovenpieli (doorjamb, doorpost)
ovipuhelin {n}  :: door phone
ovipumppu {n}  :: door pump
ovisilmä {n}  :: A peephole, especially one with a fisheye lens that allows the viewer a wide-angle view to the other side of the door
ovisummeri {n}  :: door buzzer
ovisuu {n}  :: alternative form of ovensuu (doorway)
ovituotanto {n}  :: door production
ovivahti {n}  :: door announcer (device that gives a chime when someone enters through a doorway)
ovivahti {n}  :: door guard (device that provides additional mechanical protection against attempts to open a locked door)
ovivahti {n}  :: doorman, doorkeeper
ovivalo {n}  :: door light
oviverho {n}  :: door curtain, portière
ovoidi {adj}  :: ovoid, ovate, egg-shaped, ooid (something egg-shaped)
ovoidi {n}  :: ovoid (something egg-shaped)
ovosyytti {n} [cytology]  :: oocyte (cell that develops into an egg or ovum)
ovovivipaarinen {adj}  :: ovoviviparous
ovovivipaarisuus {adj}  :: ovoviviparity
ovulaatio {n} [physiology]  :: ovulation
ovulaatioaika {n}  :: overhead time (the time when ovulation occurs)
ovuloida {vi} [physiology]  :: To ovulate
owstoninpalmunäätä {n} [dated]  :: Owston's palm civet, Chrotogale owstoni (civet native to Indochina)
oxfordilainen {adj}  :: Oxfordian (of or pertaining to Oxford)
oxfordilainen {adj}  :: Oxfordian (of or relating to the theory explained above)
oxfordilainen {n}  :: Oxfordian (believer in the theory that Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford, wrote the plays traditionally attributed to William Shakespeare of Stratford-Upon-Avon)
oxfordilainen {n}  :: Oxfordian (native or resident of Oxford)
Oxfordin sanakirja {prop}  :: Oxford English Dictionary
oy {initialism}  :: LLC (Limited Liability Company)
Oy {initialism}  :: alternative form of oy
OY {initialism}  :: alternative spelling of Oy An LLC, Limited Liability Company
oyj {initialism}  :: PLC (public limited company)
OyJ {initialism}  :: alternative spelling of oyj A PLC, public limited company
OYJ {initialism}  :: alternative spelling of oyj A PLC, public limited company
örähdellä {v}  :: to grunt (repeatedly)
örähdys {n}  :: grunt (sound)
örähtää {v}  :: to grunt
örähtely {n}  :: grunting
örinä {n}  :: Incoherent speech of a drunk
örisijä {n}  :: growler, snarler
öristä {vi}  :: To growl, snarl
öristä {vi}  :: To speak incoherently as when drunk
örkki {n} [fantasy]  :: orc
örsted {n} [physics]  :: oersted
ötökkä {n} [colloquial]  :: A bug
öty {n} [dialectal]  :: alternative form of yty
överi {n} [slang]  :: exaggeration
öykkäri {n}  :: braggart, bragger, boaster, swaggerer
öykkäri {n}  :: troublemaker, ruffian, roughneck, rowdy, bully
öykkäröidä {v}  :: to brag, boast, swagger
öykkäröidä {v}  :: to make trouble, ruff, bully
öykkärimäinen {adj}  :: braggartly, boastful
öykkärimäinen {adj}  :: troublesome, ruffian, rowdy, bully
öykkärimäisesti {adv}  :: boastfully
öykkärimäisesti {adv}  :: rowdily, noisily
öykkärimäisyys {n}  :: boastfulness
öykkärimäisyys {n}  :: rowdiness
öykkäröinti {n}  :: bragging, boasting, swagger
öykkäröinti {n}  :: troublemaking, ruffing, roughnecking, bullying
öykätä {v} [rare, onomatopoeic]  :: to puke
öykätä {v} [slang]  :: to stone (to get severely intoxicated, especially by drugs)
öykätä {v} [through back-formation]  :: Alternative term for öykkäröidä
öylätti {n} [Christianity]  :: A host, wafer, the Holy Bread
öylättilautanen {n}  :: paten (plate used to hold the host during the Eucharist)
öylättirasia {n}  :: pyx, ciborium