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pää {n}  :: end, tip (physical end)
pää {n}  :: head (of an organism or organisation)
pää- {prefix}  :: main, head, prime, primary, principal, leading
p {abbr}  :: penni (Finnish penny, no longer used)
-pa {particle}  :: Appended to an imperative verb form in order to soften the command or request
-pa {particle}  :: Expresses that the speaker is proud of something, also to boast or brag about something
-pa {particle}  :: Expresses that the speaker is surprised at or astonished by something
-pa {particle}  :: When appended to a second-person imperative with the particle -s, gives the command or request a slightly more persuasive or inspiring tone
-pa {suffix} [rare]  :: Forms adjectives or nouns of a very limited amount of verbs
pašša {n}  :: A pasha
paaduttaa {vt}  :: to harden (to make less sensitive)
paahde {n}  :: Scorching heat
paahdella {v}  :: A frequentative form of the verb paahtaa
paahdettu {adj}  :: roast (cooked by roasting)
paahdin {n}  :: toaster
paahtaa {v} [colloquial]  :: To drive fast for a long period of time, as e.g. on a motorway
paahtaa {v}  :: [Of the sun] To heat
paahtaa {v}  :: To parch
paahtaa {v}  :: To roast
paahtaa {v}  :: To scorch, singe
paahtaa {v}  :: To toast
paahtimo {n}  :: roasting factory
paahto {n} [as modifier in compound terms]  :: roast, roasted, toasted
paahto {n}  :: roast (degree to which something is roasted)
paahtoleipä {n}  :: toast
paahtopaisti {n}  :: roast beef (meat)
paahtovanukas {n}  :: A crème brûlée
paahtua {vi}  :: To scorch
paaši {n}  :: page (serving boy)
paakari {n} [dialectal]  :: baker
paakku {n}  :: clod (lump of earth or clay)
paakku {n}  :: gob (lump of soft and moist material)
paakku {n}  :: lump
paakkuinen {adj}  :: clumpy
paakkuuntua {v}  :: to cake, stick together, get lumpy
paakkuuntuminen {n}  :: Action noun of the verb [[paakkuuntua to cake]], caking
paakkuuntumisenestoaine {n}  :: anticaking agent (substance added to another product to prevent it from forming lumps)
paalain {n}  :: baler
paalata {v} [agriculture]  :: to bale (hay or similar)
paalaus {n}  :: baling
paali {n}  :: A bale
paali {n}  :: A bolt (as a large roll of material)
paali {n}  :: A roll
paalittaa {v}  :: To bale (to wrap into a bale)
paalitus {n}  :: alternative form of paalaus
paalu {n}  :: A pile
paalu {n}  :: A pole
paalu {n} [slang]  :: money
paalujuntta {n} [construction]  :: pile driver
paalupaikka {n}  :: pole position
paalusolmu {n}  :: A bowline
paaluttaa {v} [construction]  :: To drive piles into the ground, usually in order to strengthen the foundations of a structure
paalutus {n}  :: pile-driving
paaluvarustus {n}  :: palisade
Paananen {prop}  :: Finnish surname
paanu {n}  :: A relatively thick wooden shingle
paanuttaa {v}  :: To shingle (to cover with wooden shingles)
paanutus {n}  :: shingle covering
paapattaa {v} [onomatopoetic]  :: To gabble, babble, blab (to speak fast and monotonously and/or incessantly)
paapero {n}  :: toddler
paapia {v} [child language]  :: To sleep
paapoa {v} [colloquial]  :: To pamper, coddle (to treat gently or with great care)
paappa {n} [dialectal, childish]  :: grandpa, grandfather
paapuuri {n} [nautical]  :: port (left-hand side of a vessel)
paarapähkinä {n} [dated]  :: alternative spelling of parapähkinä
paaria {n}  :: pariah
paarit {n} [pluralonly]  :: stretcher (simple litter designed to carry a sick, injured, or dead person)
paarlasti {n} [nautical]  :: A ballast (heavy material placed in the hold of a vessel to provide stability)
paarma {n}  :: horsefly, breezefly, gadfly, forest fly (fly of the family Tabanidae)
paarmalintu {n} [rare, obsolete]  :: flycatcher (any bird of the family Muscicapidae)
paarustaa {v}  :: to drag, struggle (to walk slowly and with difficulty carrying or as if carrying something heavy, or in deep snow)
paasata {v}  :: to drone (to speak tediously)
paasi {n}  :: alternative spelling of paaši
paasi {n}  :: boulder (large piece of stone)
Paasio {prop}  :: Finnish surname
paasto {n}  :: fast (act or practice of abstaining from or eating very little food)
paasto {n}  :: Lent
paastonaika {n}  :: Lent
paastota {vi}  :: To fast
paatoksekas {adj}  :: alternative form of paatoksellinen
paatoksellinen {adj}  :: full of pathos
paatoksellisesti {adv}  :: with pathos
paatos {n}  :: pathos
paatos {n}  :: rant
paatsama {n} [plant]  :: buckthorn (any tree or shrub of the genus Rhamnus)
paatsamanmarja {n}  :: Avignon berry, French berry (berry of buckthorn species Rhamnus saxafilis, used as yellow dye)
paatsamanmarja {n}  :: buckthorn berry (fruit of buckthorn)
paatsamasinisiipi {n}  :: holly blue, Celastrina argiolus (butterfly of the family Lycaenidae, native to Eurasia and North America)
paatti {n} [colloquial, nautical]  :: ship or boat
paatua {v}  :: To become hardened, callous (of soul)
paatuneisuus {n}  :: callousness
paatunut {adj}  :: hardened, callous
Paavali {prop}  :: male given name, rather rare in this biblical spelling
Paavali {prop}  :: Paul [biblical character]
paavalinkukka {n}  :: African violet, saintpaulia
paavi {n}  :: pope
paavillinen {adj}  :: hypocritical
paavillinen {adj}  :: papal
paavillisempi {adj}  :: comparative form of paavillinen
paavillisempi kuin paavi itse {phrase} [idiomatic]  :: more Catholic than the Pope (hypocritical, supporting someone's ideas more vigorously than the person itself)
paavillisempi kuin paavi itse {phrase}  :: olla ~ : to outpope the Pope (to try to act as a more authentic member of a group than one who is a genuine member of the group)
paavinuskoinen {n} [Christianity, derogatory]  :: A papist
paavius {n}  :: papacy
Paavo {prop}  :: male given name
Paavo {prop}  :: The letter "P" in the Finnish tavausaakkoset, a spelling system similar to ICAO spelling alphabet
Paavola {prop}  :: Any of a number of small places in Finland
Paavola {prop}  :: Finnish surname
padallinen {n}  :: potful
padota {vt}  :: To stem (e.g. a river)
paella {n}  :: paella
paeta {vit} [transitive + partitive, or intransitive + elative or ablative]  :: To escape, get away
paeta {v}  :: ~ onnettomuuspaikalta = to hit and run
paeta {vt} [transitive + partitive]  :: To flee from, run away from
pagelli {n}  :: bream, sea bream (any of several fish of the genus Pagellus)
pagodi {n}  :: A pagoda
paha {adj}  :: bad, ill
paha {adj}  :: difficult, hard, tricky
paha {adj}  :: evil
paha {adj}  :: See the adverb pahoillaan
paha {n}  :: The evil
pahaa-aavistamaton {adj}  :: unsuspecting
pahaenteinen {adj}  :: ominous, threatening, portentous, inauspicious, foreboding
pahaenteisempi {adj}  :: comparative form of pahaenteinen
pahainen {adj}  :: wretched
pahamaineinen {adj}  :: notorious
pahamaineisuus {n}  :: notoriety
pahanen {n}  :: poor thing, something to be pitied
pahanhajuinen {adj}  :: foul-smelling, smelly, fetid, mephitic, noisome, olid, whiffy (having a strong bad odor)
pahanhajuinen {adj}  :: funky (smelling foul, especially of a mouldy, musty, unwashed smell)
pahanhajuinen {adj}  :: malodorous (having a bad odor)
pahanhajuinen {adj}  :: Of breath; bad or foul
pahanhajuinen {adj}  :: reeking, stinking, stinky, rank (having a very strong and bad odor)
pahanhajuisempi {adj}  :: comparative form of pahanhajuinen
pahanilkisyys {n}  :: mischievousness
pahanilmanlintu {n}  :: jinx (person)
pahankurinen {adj}  :: mischievous
pahanlaatuinen {adj} [oncology]  :: malign, malignant (harmfully cancerous)
pahanlaatuistua {vi}  :: to become malign
pahanlaatuisuus {n}  :: malignancy
pahanmakuinen {adj}  :: unpalatable
pahannäköinen {adj}  :: bad-looking
pahantahtoinen {adj}  :: malevolent
pahantahtoisuus {n}  :: malevolence
pahantekijä {n}  :: evildoer (person who performs evil acts)
pahanteko {n}  :: evildoing, wrongdoing
pahapuolukka {n}  :: A regional variant of sianpuolukka
paha silmä {n}  :: evil eye
pahasti {adv}  :: badly
pahastua {vi}  :: To get upset
pahastuttaa {vt}  :: to upset
pahe {n}  :: vice
paheellinen {adj}  :: vicious, depraved
paheksua {vt} [transitive + partitive]  :: To censure, find fault with, reproach
paheksua {vt} [transitive + partitive]  :: To disapprove of, reprehend; to frown (up)on
paheksunta {n}  :: reprehension
pahemmin {adv}  :: very much, really (modifying a verb)
pahempi {adj}  :: comparative form of paha
pahennus {n} [archaic]  :: A moral evil, temptation, sin
pahennus {n} [archaic]  :: The cause of contempt, scorn or disdain
pahennus {n}  :: contempt, scorn, disdain; used mostly in expressions [[herättää to awake]] pahennusta, [[aiheuttaa to cause]] pahennusta
pahennus {n}  :: The event or process of getting worse, especially in moral respect
pahentaa {vt}  :: To exacerbate, aggravate
pahentaa {vt}  :: To worsen
pahentua {vi}  :: To worsen
paheta {vi}  :: To relapse
paheta {vi}  :: To worsen
pahimmassa tapauksessa {idiom}  :: In the worst case, worse comes to worst
pahimmillaan {adv}  :: at worst
pahimmin {adv}  :: most badly, in the worst way or manner
pahin {adj}  :: superlative form of paha
pahis {n} [colloquial]  :: A meanie, bad guy, villain, heavy (person doing bad things, especially in a movie or other story)
pahiten {adv}  :: most badly, in the worst way or manner
pahka {n}  :: burl [US], bur, burr, gnarl (tree growth in which the grain has grown in a deformed manner)
pahkainen {adj}  :: gnarled, gnarly
pahkaisempi {adj}  :: comparative form of pahkainen
pahkasika {n}  :: warthog
pahki {adv} [dialectal]  :: towards
pahkura {n}  :: wart
pahkurainen {adj}  :: gnarled, gnarly
pahna {n} [agriculture]  :: straws used in animal shelters
pahnanpohjimmainen {n}  :: lastborn
pahnanpohjimmainen {n}  :: runt
pahnue {n}  :: litter of pigs
pahoillaan {adv}  :: sorry (for somebody = genitive + puolesta)
pahoillaan {adv}  :: sorry; upset, sad (about something = elative)
pahoin {adv}  :: badly
pahoinpidellä {vt}  :: To abuse, mistreat, maltreat (an animal, machine, piece of furniture etc.)
pahoinpidellä {vt}  :: To maul, manhandle, assault, beat (up) (a person); to batter, be physically abusive of (one's spouse); to abuse (a child)
pahoinpitelijä {n}  :: assaulter, abuser
pahoinpitelijä {n}  :: thug, bully
pahoinpitely {n}  :: abuse (physical maltreatment)
pahoinpitely {n}  :: battery (crime)
pahoinvointi {n}  :: nausea, sickness
pahoinvoiva {adj}  :: queasy, nauseated
pahoitella {v}  :: To regret
pahoittaa {vi}  :: to hurt; only used in the idiomatic expressions pahoittaa mielensä = to hurt one's feelings and pahoittaa jonkun mieli + (possessive suffix) = to hurt someone's feelings
pahoittelu {n}  :: An apology
pahoittelu {n}  :: A regret
paholainen {n}  :: A devil, demon
paholainen {n}  :: An imp
paholainen {n}  :: The Devil, the devil (Satan)
paholaismainen {adj}  :: fiendish, diabolic, devilish
pahta {n}  :: A steep, rocky cliff
pahus {interj}  :: dang, darn, damn, blimey, drat, rats (a mild curse)
pahus {n}  :: devil, heck, hell (mild swearword)
pahuus {n} [archaic]  :: alternative spelling of pahus
pahuus {n}  :: evil (as opposed to good)
pahuus {n}  :: evilness (the property of being evil)
pahvi {n}  :: A versatile woodfibre-based packaging material produced by combining cardboard, fluting and/or paper. The usage of both Finnish and English terms is rather incoherent, but e.g. cardboard, corrugated board, paperboard and pasteboard may apply as translations for pahvi
pahvi {n}  :: Relatively thick and stiff cardboard. According to paper industry standards, pahvi weighs at least 250 g/sq.m
pahvikuppi {n}  :: paper cup
pahvilaatikko {n}  :: cardboard box
pahvimuki {n}  :: paper cup
pai {n}  :: pie
paiaani {n}  :: paean (any loud and joyous song; a song of triumph)
paidanpesijä {n} [jocular]  :: wife
paijata {v} [childish]  :: to pet
paijata {v} [colloquial]  :: to curry favor, to suck up (seek to gain favor by flattery or attention)
paijata {v} [colloquial]  :: to have sex
paikalla {adv}  :: in attendance, present
paikalla {adv}  :: in (its) place; usually with a personal suffix, also in plural
paikalla {adv} [rare]  :: on the spot, at once
paikalla {adv}  :: used as fortifier to the word [[heti at once]] to underline urgency
paikallaan {adv}  :: paikalla ("in place") + third person possessive suffix -an
paikallasi {adv}  :: paikalla ("in place") + 2nd person singular possessive suffix -si
paikalleen {adv}  :: Into his/her/its place/location
paikallinen {adj}  :: local [of a nearby location]
paikallinen {n} [colloquial]  :: local [nearest pub]
paikallisaika {n}  :: local time
paikallisesti {adv}  :: locally
paikallishallinto {n}  :: local government (any form of government whose remit covers an area less than that of the nation)
paikallisjuna {n}  :: local, local train, commuter train (train that stops at all, or almost all, stations between its origin and destination)
paikallisosasto {n}  :: A local, a local chapter (branch of a an nationwide organization such as a trade union)
paikallispuudutus {n} [medicine]  :: local anaesthesia
paikallissija {n} [grammar]  :: A grammatical case that primarily indicates location or movement from or towards a location. Most of them are used of time as well
paikallistaa {v}  :: To localize
paikallistua {vi}  :: alternative form of paikantua
paikallisuus {n}  :: locality
paikallisverkko {n}  :: LAN (Local Area Network)
paikallisväri {n}  :: colour (interest, especially in a selective area)
paikallisväri {n}  :: local colour
paikallisyhdistys {n}  :: local, local chapter (branch of a an nationwide organization such as a trade union)
paikannimi {n}  :: placename, toponym
paikannimitutkimus {n} [linguistics]  :: toponymy, toponomastics (lexicological study of place names)
paikannussatelliitti {n}  :: navigation satellite
paikan päällä {phrase} [idiomatic]  :: on the spot (in a particular place)
paikansija {n} [grammar, dated]  :: locative case
paikantaa {vt}  :: to localize
paikantaa {vt}  :: to locate, pinpoint
paikantua {vi}  :: To be localized
paikata {vt}  :: To be (sb's) understudy, take (sb's) place temporarily (e.g. at work)
paikata {vt}  :: To fill (gaps in one's knowledge)
paikata {vt}  :: To fix, repair (a shoe)
paikata {vt}  :: To patch, mend, sew (up) (a shirt; pants/trousers)
paikata {vt}  :: To patch up (a relationship)
paikata {vt}  :: To put in a filling (on a tooth)
paikata {vt}  :: To roll a pare (in bowling)
paikka {n}  :: Area, region, locality, neighbourhood/neighborhood
paikka {n}  :: Berth
paikka {n} [colloquial]  :: (often plural, paikat) Parts, bones
paikka {n} [colloquial]  :: Situation
paikka {n}  :: Filling (on a tooth)
paikka {n}  :: Job, post, position
paikka {n}  :: Patch (on clothes)
paikka {n}  :: Place, location, spot, site
paikka {n}  :: Scene (where something happens/has happened)
paikka {n}  :: Seat (to sit; in Parliament)
paikka {n}  :: Space, room
paikkailla {v}  :: To patch
paikkainen {adj}  :: having a certain number of seats; always used with a numeral or other modifier
paikkakunta {n}  :: locality
paikkakuntalainen {n}  :: A local (person who lives nearby)
paikkamaalata {v}  :: to patch paint (to repair a painted surface by painting only the damaged parts)
paikkansapitävä {adj}  :: accurate
paikkatasku {n}  :: patch pocket (pocket made of a piece of fabric by sewing it onto the outside of a garment)
paikkatietojärjestelmä {n}  :: GIS (geographic information system)
paikkaustiedosto {n} [computing]  :: patch file (input to a patch program)
paikkauttaa {v}  :: To have something patched, mended, sewn up etc. (see paikata for further senses)
paikko {n} [bowling]  :: spare
paikkuuttaa {v}  :: alternative form of paikkauttaa
paikoillaan {adv}  :: in place, in position
paikoillanne {interj} [sports]  :: ready; on your mark; on your marks (first part of the command phrase ready, steady, go!)
paikoilleen {adv}  :: panna ~ : to put up, put away
paikoilleen {adv}  :: to where they belong
paikoillenne {interj} [sports]  :: ready; on your mark; on your marks (first part of the command phrase ready, steady, go!)
paikoillenne, valmiina, nyt {phrase} [sports]  :: on your mark, get set, go; ready, set, go; ready, steady, go (three-command start when racing)
paikoin {adv}  :: at some places, locally (occurring in a limited number of locations)
paikoittaa {v} [rare]  :: to park (to bring a vehicle to a halt or store in a specified place)
paikoitus {n} [rare]  :: parking
paimen {n}  :: A herd (one who herds or assembles, a herdsman)
paimen {n}  :: A herdsman
paimen {n}  :: A shepherd (metaphorical: someone who watches over and guides)
paimenen piiras {n}  :: shepherd's pie, cottage pie
paimenkirje {n} [colloquial]  :: circular letter, circular; especially if it contains advice for corrective action
paimenkirje {n}  :: pastoral (letter of a pastor or bishop to his charge)
paimenkoira {n}  :: herding dog
paimentaa {vt}  :: to herd, tend (animals); to shepherd (people)
paimentolainen {n}  :: nomad
painaa {vi}  :: to weigh
painaa {v} [slang]  :: to fuck
painaa {vt}  :: to print (a book)
painaa {vt}  :: to push, press
painaa mieleen {v}  :: To memorise/memorize
painaa villaisella {vt} [idiomatic]  :: to downplay, soft-pedal
painajainen {n}  :: nightmare (also figuratively)
painajaismainen {adj}  :: nightmarish
painajaisuni {n}  :: nightmare (dream)
painanne {n}  :: depression (e.g. on ground)
painate {n}  :: alternative term for painotuote
painattaa {vt}  :: To have printed, published
painauma {n}  :: A depression (e.g. in terrain)
painautua {v}  :: to huddle (to crowd together as when distressed or in fear)
painautua {v}  :: to nestle (to press oneself against another affectionately)
painautua {v}  :: to press oneself (against something)
painava {adj}  :: heavy
painava {adj}  :: substantial
painavampi {adj}  :: comparative form of painava
pääaine {n}  :: major (academics)
paine {n}  :: pressure
paineastia {n}  :: pressure vessel
painehaavauma {n} [pathology]  :: A pressure ulcer, decubitus or bedsore
paineilma {n}  :: As modifier in compound terms, pneumatic
paineilma {n}  :: compressed air
paineistaa {v}  :: To pressurize
painekammio {n}  :: pressure chamber
painekattila {n}  :: pressure cooker (sealed cooking vessel that allows cooking in greater than atmospheric pressure)
painekeitin {n}  :: pressure cooker (cooking vessel)
painekyllästää {v}  :: to impregnate with pressure (to preserve something, especially wood, chemically in high pressure)
painella {v}  :: To press (with fingers)
paini {n} [sports]  :: wrestling
painia {vi}  :: To wrestle
painija {n}  :: wrestler
painike {n}  :: A button, push-button (button -like device meant to be pressed with a finger or clicked by a computer mouse)
painike {n}  :: In general, a mechanical device meant to be pressed to produce an action
painin {n}  :: A tool used to press an image on a surface, e.g. leather or paper
painin {n} [rare]  :: A generic term for a device that is designed to deliver an action when pressed, such as a push-button or door handle
painin {n} [rare]  :: A press (device used to apply pressure to an item)
painiote {n}  :: A hold, wrestling hold
painiskella {vi}  :: To wrestle, struggle with a problem
paino {n} [fishing]  :: sinker (weight used in fishing to cause the line or net to sink)
paino {n} [phonetics]  :: stress
paino {n}  :: press (general term for a printing machine)
paino {n}  :: press, weight (passive device to apply pressure to something)
paino {n}  :: weight
painoaika {n}  :: printing date
painoarvo {n}  :: clout ‎(political influence or effectiveness)
painoarvo {n}  :: importance, noteworthiness (quality or condition of being important or worthy of note)
painoarvo {n}  :: weight, importance, value (degree of importance)
painoindeksi {n} [physiology]  :: body mass index, BMI
painokangas {n}  :: print (cloth)
painokas {adj}  :: emphatic
painokerroin {n}  :: weight, weight coefficient
painokone {n}  :: printing press
painolasti {n} [nautical]  :: A ballast
painolastivesi {n} [nautical]  :: ballast water (water used as ballast in a watercraft)
painollinen {adj} [prosody]  :: stressed
painomittajärjestelmä {n}  :: A system of weights, such as avoirdupois or troy weight
painomuste {n}  :: printer's ink (rapidly drying ink made specifically for printing machines)
painonappi {n}  :: push-button, button (a mechanical device meant to be pressed with a finger)
painonnostaja {n}  :: weightlifter
painonnosto {n}  :: weightlifting
painopiste {n}  :: centre of gravity, center of gravity, centre of mass
painopiste {n}  :: focus (concentration of attention)
painopiste {n} [math]  :: centroid
painos {n}  :: edition (the whole number of copies of a work printed and published at one time)
painostaa {vt}  :: to coerce, to put pressure on, pressurize (to exert force or influence to compel one to act against his will)
painostus {n} [figuratively]  :: pressure, heat
painotettu {adj} [mathematics]  :: weighted
painotettu keskiarvo {n} [statistics]  :: weighted mean, weighted average
painoton {adj}  :: weightless
painottaa {v}  :: to accent
painottaa {v}  :: to highlight, emphasize
painottomuus {n}  :: weightlessness, zero gravity
painottua {vi}  :: To be emphasized
painotuote {n}  :: printed matter (any printed product from books to visiting cards)
painotus {n}  :: stress, emphasis
painovirhe {n}  :: typographical error, typing error, typo
painovoima {n} [physics]  :: gravity
painovoimakenttä {n}  :: gravitational field
painovoimalinssi {n} [astronomy]  :: gravitational lens
painovoimavuorovaikutus {n} [physics]  :: gravitational interaction (a fundamental interaction)
painua {v} [colloquial]  :: to go
painua {v}  :: To sink, sag, droop, fall, descend
painuksiin {adv}  :: droop, drooping (to the drooping state)
painuksissa {adv}  :: drooping; see also crestfallen
painu vittuun {interj}  :: fuck off
paise {n} [pathology]  :: abscess
paise {n}  :: (pathology, colloquial) bubo
paiserutto {n} [pathology]  :: bubonic plague
paiskata {vt}  :: To throw violently or forcefully (once); to hurl (once); to cast (once)
paiskautua {vr}  :: To be thrown
paiskella {v}  :: alternative form of paiskoa
paiskia {v}  :: ~ töitä: to work hard
paiskia {v}  :: to throw or slam something repeatedly
paiskoa {vt}  :: To throw things around
paistaa {vi} [figuratively]  :: to show
paistaa {vi} [of the sun]  :: to shine
paistaa {vi}  :: to beam
paistaa {vt}  :: to bake, roast
paistaa {vt}  :: to braise
paistaa {vt}  :: to fry
paistaa {vt}  :: to grill, barbecue
paistaa se päivä risukasaankin {proverb}  :: every dog has its day (literally: the day will shine to a pile of brushwood, too)
paistatella {v}  :: To expose (oneself) to the shine of something
paistattaa {v}  :: alternative form of paistatella
paistattaa {v} [rare, concretely]  :: to let fry or bake
paiste {n}  :: the light and often the heat from some source, e.g. shine (as in sunshine, moonshine), glow (as in fireglow)
paistettu {adj}  :: baked
paistettu {adj}  :: fried
paisti {n}  :: ham, leg (cut of pork)
paisti {n}  :: leg (cut of lamb or mutton)
paisti {n}  :: roast (any of the above when prepared for food by roasting)
paisti {n}  :: round (cut of beef)
paistikas {n}  :: A stewed root vegetable, potato etc
paistinpannu {n}  :: frying pan (flat vessel used for frying)
paisto {n}  :: baking, frying, roasting
paistopelti {n}  :: baking tray
paistos {n}  :: casserole or other type of baked dish (dish prepared by mixing the ingredients cold and baking them in an oven, often named according to the main ingredient)
paistua {v}  :: To bake
paistua {v}  :: To cook, fry
paistua {v}  :: To stew (to suffer under uncomfortably hot conditions)
paisua {v}  :: To bilge or to bulge (swell)
paisua {v}  :: To expand (to increase in volume or scope)
paisua {v}  :: To mushroom (to grow quickly to a large size)
paisua {v}  :: To swell (to become bigger, especially due to engorging)
paisuksiin {adv}  :: Used to indicate that something becomes or has become swollen
paisuksissa {adv}  :: swollen
paisutella {vi} [figuratively]  :: To fill, lengthen, pad
paisuttaa {v}  :: to inflate, swell
paisuvainen {n} [anatomy]  :: corpus cavernosum (cylindrical column of erectile tissue that forms the clitoris and the penis)
paisuvaiskudos {n} [anatomy]  :: erectile tissue
paita {n}  :: shirt
paitahihasillaan {adv}  :: in shirtsleeves (having only one's shirt covering the upper body, i.e. wearing no coat or jacket)
paitapusero {n}  :: A blouse (female garment)
paitsi {adv}  :: except
paitsi {adv}  :: jäädä paitsi: to miss out on something
paitsi {adv}  :: sitä paitsi: besides, in addition
paitsio {n}  :: limbo (in-between place, state or condition of neglect or oblivion which results in an unresolved status, delay or deadlock)
paitsio {n} [sports]  :: offside (situation in various ballgames, where a player has advanced further ahead of the ball than the rules of the game would allow. Exact definition varies by game)
paja {n} [slang]  :: workplace
paja {n}  :: smithy, forge
paja {n}  :: workshop
pajari {n} [historical]  :: boyar (rank of aristocracy in Russia, Bulgaria and Romania)
pajatso {n}  :: A payazzo, a traditional Finnish arcade game
pajattaa {v}  :: to patter
paju {n}  :: willow
pajukko {n}  :: willow thicket
pajukoitua {vi}  :: To become covered with willows
pajulintu {n}  :: A willow warbler, (Phylloscopus trochilus)
pajunkissa {n} [botany]  :: A furry catkin of a willow
pajunvitsamurtuma {n} [medicine]  :: greenstick fracture
pajupilli {n}  :: willow flute, willow whistle, sallow flute (whistle made of a twig of a willow)
pajuseitikki {n} [mushroom]  :: A webcap, Cortinarius cinnamomeoluteus
pakahduttaa {v} [figuratively]  :: to cause to break or burst
pakahtua {vi} [figuratively]  :: to burst
pakana {n}  :: pagan, heathen
pakanallinen {adj}  :: pagan, heathen
pakanuus {n}  :: paganism
pakara {n}  :: buttock
pakaralihas {n} [anatomy]  :: gluteus maximus
pakaravako {n} [anatomy]  :: gluteal cleft
pakari {n} [dialectal]  :: bakery
pakastaa {vi} [of weather]  :: To freeze, get colder (to drop below zero °C)
pakastaa {vt}  :: To freeze to a low (around –20 °C) for long-term storage
pakaste {n}  :: frozen food
pakastekala {n}  :: frozen fish
pakastekuivattaa {v}  :: to freeze-dry
pakastelokero {n}  :: icebox [UK], freezer (section of a refrigerator)
pakastevihannes {n}  :: frozen vegetable (especially ones that are sold in bags)
pakastin {n}  :: freezer
pakastinkaappi {n}  :: A refrigerator-style freezer with a door on the side, as opposed to chest freezer which has a lid on top
pakastinlokero {n}  :: alternative form of pakastelokero
pakastua {vi}  :: To become frozen
pakastusrasia {n}  :: A small, usually plastic container designed for freezing food in
pakata {v} [computing]  :: To zip, compress
pakata {v} [nautical]  :: Same as pakittaa
pakata {v}  :: To pack, package or wrap [to protect goods for shipment or for sale]
pakata {v}  :: To pack [to gather one's belongings together and put them into a pack for a trip]
pakeneminen {n}  :: escape, escaping, flight, fleeing (act)
pakenija {n}  :: escapee (one who escapes)
pakertaa {vi}  :: To work hard
paketoida {vt}  :: To pack, bundle, wrap up
paketointi {n}  :: packaging
paketti {n}  :: A package
paketti {n}  :: A parcel
paketti {n} [networking]  :: packet
pakettiauto {n}  :: delivery van (van designed for transporting goods)
pakettidata {n} [Internet]  :: packet data
pakettikytkentä {n}  :: packet switching
pakettiloma {n}  :: package holiday
pakina {n}  :: A causerie
pakinoitsija {n}  :: One who writes causeries
pakista {vi}  :: To chat
Pakistan {prop}  :: Pakistan
pakistanilainen {adj}  :: Pakistani
pakistanilainen {n}  :: A Pakistani
pakittaa {vi} [colloquial, esp. of a vehicle]  :: To move backward, to back
pakittaa {vi} [nautical, of a sail]  :: To be aback
pakka {n}  :: bolt (large roll of fabric or similar material)
pakka {n}  :: bundle
pakka {n}  :: chuck (e.g. of a lathe)
pakka {n}  :: deck (deck of cards)
pakka {n} [nautical]  :: forecastle
pakka {n}  :: roll
pakkaamaton {adj}  :: unpacked
pakkaantua {v}  :: to become packed, crowded
pakkailla {v}  :: To pack
pakkanen {n} [colloquial]  :: In the adessive case, financially "in the red"
pakkanen {n}  :: Frost, as sub-zero temperature of ambient air
pakkasenpurema {n}  :: frostbite
pakkaslumi {n}  :: powder snow (loose, powdery snow)
pakkaus {n}  :: package
pakkauskaasu {n}  :: packaging gas
pakkausmateriaali {n}  :: packaging (the materials used to pack something)
pakkeli {n} [colloquial]  :: makeup, especially when used in excess
pakkeli {n}  :: spackle, putty, filler
pakki {n}  :: A short form of työkalupakki, which is a box designed to serve as a portable tool storage, a tool box
pakki {n} [colloquial]  :: A defending player in various ballgames; a defenceman; a defender
pakki {n} [colloquial, rare]  :: The head of a person
pakki {n} [colloquial]  :: Reverse, in the sense of reverse gear
pakki {n} [colloquial]  :: The event of getting rejected, especially by the opposite sex when approaching her/him. Normally used in plural, pakit
pakki {n} [military]  :: mess kit, A metal container belonging to a soldier's field equipment. The container serves as a cooking vessel and the top doubles as a cup
pakki {n} [nautical]  :: If a sailing vessel or any of its sails is in such position relative to the wind that the wind blows from the wrong side of a sail, the sail is said to be pakilla (adessive case of the noun pakki)
pakko {n}  :: As a specifier in a compound term used to express compulsion or influence of an external force
pakko {n}  :: Used alone, can be translated as obligation, force, necessity or compulsion
pakko {n}  :: Used most often in the expression olla pakko ( + first infinitive of the verb), which can be translated into English as must, have to, be obliged to, be forced to, be compelled to. The one who is compelled is put in the genitive case (grammatically, pakko is the subject of the sentence) and the verb is always in the third-person singular (present on, past oli, present perfect on ollut, past perfect oli ollut)
pakkoajatus {n} [psychology]  :: obsession
pakkoavioliitto {n}  :: forced marriage
pakkohoito {n}  :: involuntary treatment
pakkokeino {n}  :: In plural (pakkokeinot), compulsion (lawful use of violence)
pakkokeino {n} [legal]  :: coercion (actual or threatened force for the purpose of compelling action by another person)
pakkolomauttaa {v} [dated]  :: variant of lomauttaa
pakkolunastaa {v} [legal]  :: to expropriate; condemn [US] (to seize a citizen's private property for public use with due monetary compensation, but without the owner's consent)
pakkolunastus {n}  :: eminent domain [US, Philippines], compulsory purchase [UK, NZ, Ireland], resumption [Hong Kong], resumption/compulsory acquisition [Australia], expropriation [S.Afr., Canada] (process of taking private property for public use by paying a compensation but against the will of the owner)
pakkoluovuttaa {v}  :: to surrender property in an expropriation
pakkomielle {n} [psychology]  :: An obsession
pakkomielteinen {adj}  :: obsessive, obsessional, compulsive
pakko-oireinen häiriö {n} [pathology]  :: obsessive-compulsive disorder
pakkopaita {n}  :: A straitjacket
pakkoruotsi {n} [education, pejorative]  :: The obligatory Swedish language taught in Finnish schools
pakkosyöttää {v}  :: To force-feed
pakkotyö {n}  :: forced labor
pakkovoitto {n}  :: must-win game
paklata {v} [colloquial]  :: to spackle (to fill with a spackle or other similar filler)
pako {n}  :: escape
pako {n}  :: flight
pako {n}  :: hole, tear (in a fishing net, sock etc.)
pako {n}  :: ladder (in stocking)
pakoilla {vi} [of a fugitive]  :: To flee, keep in hiding (for a longer time)
pakokaasu {n}  :: exhaust, exhaust gas (gas emitted from an internal combustion engine as result of combusting fuels)
pakokaasujärjestelmä {n}  :: exhaust system
pakokauhu {n}  :: panic
pakolainen {n}  :: refugee
pakolaisjärjestö {n}  :: refugee organization
pakolaisleiri {n}  :: refugee camp
pakollinen {adj}  :: compulsory, mandatory, obligatory
pakollistaa {vt}  :: To make compulsory, obligatory, mandatory
pakonomainen {adj}  :: compulsive (uncontrolled or reactive and unconscious, as if compelled by external force)
pakonopeus {n}  :: escape velocity
pakopiste {n}  :: A vanishing point (point in a perspective drawing)
pakoputki {n}  :: exhaust pipe
pakoputkisto {n}  :: exhaust system
pakoriski {n}  :: flight risk
pakosalle {adv}  :: fleeing, escaping, into exile
pakote {n}  :: sanction
pakotie {n}  :: escape route
pakottaa {vt}  :: to force, compel, coerce, make to do something
pakottaminen {n}  :: coercion, forcing, compulsion (act or process of coercing, forcing, compelling)
pakottaminen seksuaaliseen tekoon {n} [law]  :: indecent assault, sexual assault (unwanted sexual contact with another person that does not result in, or is not considered to be, rape)
pakottautua {vi}  :: To force oneself
pakottava {adj}  :: compelling
pakottava {adj}  :: compulsive
pakottava {adj}  :: compulsory
pakoventtiili {n}  :: exhaust valve
paksu {adj}  :: bold
paksu {adj} [colloquial]  :: pregnant
paksu {adj}  :: thick
paksuhko {adj}  :: Quite thick
paksujalka {n}  :: thick-knee, stone curlew, dikkop (birds of the family Burhinidae)
paksulti {adv}  :: thickly; as a thick layer
paksunahkainen {adj}  :: Having a thick skin
paksunahkainen {adj}  :: [metaphorically] Thick-skinned
paksunsuolen tulehdus {n} [pathology]  :: A colitis
paksuntaa {v}  :: To bold
paksuntaa {v}  :: To fatten
paksuntaa {v}  :: To thicken
paksuntua {vi}  :: to fatten (to become fatter)
paksuntua {vi}  :: to thicken (to become thicker)
paksusti {adv} [colloquial]  :: voida paksusti: to be pregnant
paksusti {adv}  :: [of a typeface] boldly
paksusti {adv}  :: [of liquid] densely
paksusti {adv}  :: thickly
paksusuoli {n}  :: large intestine
paksusuoliavanne {n} [medicine]  :: A colostomy (opening)
paksuta {vi}  :: alternative form of paksuntua
paksuuntua {v}  :: alternative form of paksuntua
paksuus {n}  :: thickness
pakti {n}  :: pact
pakurikääpä {n}  :: chaga mushroom, tinder mushroom, Inonotus obliquus
pala {n}  :: block
pala {n}  :: lump, chunk
pala {n}  :: piece, bit
pala {n}  :: tablet, bar
palaa {v} [colloquial]  :: To smoke, used when offering a cigarette
palaa {vi} [e.g. of a lamp]  :: To shine, emit light
palaa {vi}  :: To burn
palaaja {n} [Muslim usage]  :: revert; usually with attribute: islamiin palaaja (convert to Islam)
palaaja {n}  :: revert (one who, or that which, reverts)
palaa karrelle {vi}  :: To scorch, to become charred
palaa loppuun {v}  :: to burn out
paladiini {n}  :: paladin
palailla {v}  :: To return, come back, a little by little or slowly
pala kurkussa {adv}  :: frog in one's throat
palamaton {adj}  :: nonflammable
palamaton {adj}  :: unburned
palaminen {n}  :: burning
palaminen {n}  :: combustion
Palander {prop}  :: Finnish surname
palanen {n}  :: A small piece of almost anything
palanen {n}  :: diminutive form of pala
palankiini {n}  :: palanquin
palanut {adj} [baseball, cricket, pesäpallo]  :: out
palanut {adj}  :: burned down
palanut {adj}  :: burned, scorched
pala palalta {adv}  :: bit by bit, little by little, gradually (in small quantities)
palapeli {n}  :: jigsaw puzzle
palata {vi}  :: to return, come back
palata {v}  :: ~ pian - to be right back
palataalinen {adj}  :: palatal
palatalisaatio {n}  :: palatalization
palatalisointi {n}  :: palatalization
palatsi {n}  :: palace
palau {n}  :: Palauan (language)
Palau {prop}  :: Palau
palaulainen {adj}  :: Palauan
palaulainen {n}  :: Palauan
palaute {n}  :: feedback
palauttaa {vt}  :: To return, restore, revert
palauttaa mieleensä {v}  :: to recollect
palauttamaan {v} [fi-infinitive of, t=3a, palauttaa, c=ill]  ::
palautua {vi}  :: To recover, revert
palautus {n}  :: refund (An amount of money returned)
palautus {n}  :: return (item that is returned)
palautus {n}  :: return (the act of returning something)
palautuskaava {n} [mathematics]  :: reduction formula
palautuspäivä {n}  :: due date (date by which a book borrowed from a library must be returned)
palava {adj}  :: burning
palava {adj}  :: flammable, inflammable (capable of burning)
palavakivi {n}  :: oil shale
palavarakkaus {n}  :: Maltese cross, burning love (flowering plant Lychnis chalcedonica)
palaveri {n}  :: A meeting
palella {vi}  :: To be freezing
palella {v}  :: to feel cold
palelluttaa {vt}  :: to freeze
paleltaa {vi}  :: To feel cold
paleltua {vi} [dialectal]  :: To be freezing
paleltua {vi}  :: To get frostbitten
paleltuma {n} [pathology]  :: frostbite (injury caused by exposure to cold)
paleltuneempi {adj}  :: comparative form of paleltunut
paleltunein {adj}  :: superlative form of paleltunut
paleltunut {adj}  :: frostbitten
palentua {vi} [dialectal]  :: To be freezing
palentua {vi} [dialectal]  :: To get frostbitten
paleo- {prefix}  :: paleo-
paleoantropologia {n}  :: paleoanthropology
paleoarkeeinen {adj} [geology]  :: Paleoarchean
paleogeenikausi {n} [geology]  :: Paleogene, Paleogene period
paleogeenikautinen {adj} [geology]  :: Paleogene (of or pertaining to the Paleogene period)
paleografia {n}  :: paleography
paleografinen {adj}  :: paleographic
paleoklimatologia {n}  :: paleoclimatology
paleoliittinen {adj}  :: Paleolithic (of or referring to the Old Stone Age)
paleomaantiede {n}  :: paleogeography
paleomagnetismi {n}  :: paleomagnetism
paleontologi {n}  :: paleontologist
paleontologia {n}  :: paleontology
paleontologinen {adj}  :: paleontological
paleoproterotsooinen {adj} [geology]  :: Paleoproterozoic
paleoseeni {n}  :: The Paleocene
paleoseenikausi {n} [geology]  :: The Paleocene
paleotsooinen {adj} [geology]  :: Paleozoic
Palestiina {prop}  :: Palestine
palestiinalainen {adj}  :: Palestinian
palestiinalainen {n}  :: A Palestinian
paletti {n}  :: palette
palettiveitsi {n}  :: palette knife
palho {n} [botany]  :: filament (stalk of a stamen)
palikka {n}  :: block
palikka {n}  :: brick
palikka {n} [computing]  :: dongle used for copy protection
palimpsesti {n}  :: palimpsest
palindromi {n}  :: palindrome
paliskunta {n}  :: A cooperative of reindeer herdsmen administering a defined herding area
paljaampi {adj}  :: comparative form of paljas
paljakka {n}  :: The tundra-like treeless top of a fell
paljakkahapero {n}  :: A brittlegill, Russula nana
paljakkarousku {n} [mushroom]  :: A milk-cap (Lactarius pseudouvidus)
paljakkaseitikki {n} [mushroom]  :: A webcap, Cortinarius subtorvus
paljas {adj}  :: bare
paljas {adj}  :: barren
paljas {adj}  :: clear, blank
paljas {adj}  :: naked, unaided, unprotected
paljas {adj}  :: naked, unclothed
paljashäntävyötiäinen {n}  :: naked-tailed armadillo (armadillo of the genus Cabassous)
paljasjalkainen {adj}  :: barefoot, barefooted
paljasjalkainen {adj}  :: born and bred
paljaspäinen {adj}  :: bareheaded
paljassiemeninen {adj} [botany]  :: gymnospermous
paljassiemeninen {n} [botany]  :: gymnosperm
paljassiemeninen {n}  :: (botany, in plural) Gymnospermae
paljastaa {v}  :: to detect; eg. of a lie
paljastaa {v}  :: to reveal, disclose, expose, unfold, unveil, give away
paljastaja {n}  :: exposer (one who exposes)
paljastava {adj}  :: telltale, revealing
paljastin {n}  :: A detector (device that detects something hidden, such as lies or a radar)
paljastua {vi}  :: To become exposed or revealed, to dawn, to uncover, to come into daylight
paljastus {n}  :: An anecdote (previously untold, secret account of an incident)
paljastus {n}  :: An unveiling (ceremony for the first public showing of something, especially a statue)
paljastus {n}  :: A revelation, a disclosure, an exposure (act of revealing)
palje {n}  :: [often plural palkeet] bellows
paljetti {n}  :: sequin (sparkling spangle used for the decoration of ornate clothing)
paljo {adj}  :: voluminous, much, plenty
paljolti {adv}  :: largely (for the most part; mainly or chiefly)
paljon {adv}  :: a lot, plenty, much
paljonko {adv}  :: how much?
paljonko kello on {phrase}  :: what time is it, what's the time?
paljon melua tyhjästä {phrase} [idiomatic]  :: much ado about nothing
paljous {n}  :: quantity, volume, mass, multitude (considerable measure or amount)
palju {n} [colloquial]  :: an old fashioned bathing tub, typically wooden
palkallinen {adj}  :: salaried, paid (being paid a salary or wage)
palkankorotus {n}  :: A pay raise (US), pay rise (UK), a raise (US) or rise (UK) (increase in wages or salary)
palkanlaskenta {n}  :: calculation of salaries and wages, payroll calculation
palkanlaskenta {n}  :: payroll (department)
palkansaaja {n}  :: employee
palkansaaja {n}  :: wage earner
palkansaajajärjestö {n}  :: trade union
palkata {v}  :: to hire, employ
palkinto {n}  :: prize, award
palkintolautakunta {n}  :: jury
palkintopalli {n} [sports]  :: podium (result amongst the best three)
palkintopalli {n} [sports]  :: podium (steepled platform, standing on which the medalists in a sports event receive their medals and/or other trophies)
palkita {vt}  :: To award
palkita {vt}  :: To reward
palkitseva {adj}  :: rewarding
palkittaa {v}  :: to beam (to furnish with beams)
palkittain {adv} [heraldry]  :: bendwise
palkka {n}  :: wage, salary
palkkaaminen {n}  :: hiring (act)
palkkakilpailu {n}  :: wage competition
palkkalista {n}  :: payroll (list of employees who receive salary or wages from a particular organization)
palkkaluokka {n}  :: pay grade
palkkamenot {n}  :: labor costs
palkkamurhaaja {n}  :: contract killer, hitman, hatchet man
palkkaorja {n}  :: wage slave
palkkapussi {n}  :: pay packet
palkkaratkaisu {n}  :: Alternative term for tulopoliittinen sopimus ("income policy agreement"); see usage notes under tulopolitiikka for explanation of central income policy terminology
palkkaratkaisu {n}  :: More narrowly, the part of above which concerns wages; wages agreement, agreement on wages
palkkasotilas {n}  :: mercenary
palkkasoturi {n}  :: A mercenary
palkkatodistus {n}  :: salary certificate
palkkaus {n}  :: hiring (act of hiring a new employee)
palkkaus {n}  :: salary, when discussed on general or system level
palkki {n}  :: A beam (long piece of timber, metal or concrete used in construction as horizontal support)
palkki {n}  :: A horizontal bar on top or bottom of a newspaper page or article, television screen etc
palkki {n} [heraldry]  :: A bend (strip from dexter chief (upper right corner) to sinister base of the shield). A strip from sinister chief to dexter base is called vastapalkki
palkki {n} [music]  :: A beam (horizontal bar which connects the stems of two or more notes to group them and to indicate metric value)
palkkio {n}  :: fee, honorarium
palkkio {n}  :: reward, bounty
palkkiomatriisi {n} [game theory]  :: reward matrix
palkkionmetsästäjä {n}  :: bounty hunter
palko {n} [botany]  :: pod, legume
palladium {n}  :: palladium
pallas {n}  :: halibut
palle {n}  :: A doubled-back rim of anything, especially sheet metal
palle {n}  :: A groove along a board, such as the dado of a tongue and groove board
palle {n}  :: A hem (border of an article of clothing doubled back and stitched together)
palle {n}  :: A hem (rim or margin)
palle {n} [nautical]  :: bilge (rounded portion of a ship's hull, forming a transition between the bottom and the sides)
pallea {n} [anatomy]  :: The thoracic diaphragm
palleatyrä {n} [pathology]  :: hernia diaphragmatica, diaphragmatic hernia
pallero {n}  :: bolus, ball (round mass of anything)
palli {n}  :: stool (seat)
palli {n} [vulgar]  :: in plural, balls (testicles)
pallo {n}  :: ball
pallo {n}  :: orb, sphere, globe
palloaberraatio {n} [optics]  :: spherical aberration
pallobakteeri {n} [microbiology]  :: coccus
pallohiiri {n} [computing]  :: A trackball
palloilija {n}  :: ball player, especially a footballer
palloilla {vi}  :: to play a ball game (soccer etc.)
palloilla {v}  :: to hang out
pallokala {n}  :: pufferfish (any fish in the family Tetraodontidae)
pallokas {n} [nautical]  :: spinnaker
pallokivi {n} [geology]  :: orbicular granite
pallolaajennus {n}  :: balloon angioplasty
pallomaha {n}  :: potbelly (stomach)
pallomainen {adj}  :: spherical (shaped like a sphere)
pallomainen tähtijoukko {n} [astronomy]  :: globular cluster
pallomeri {n}  :: ball pit
pallonivel {n} [anatomy]  :: ball and socket joint, enarthrosis, spheroidal joint
pallonpuolisko {n}  :: A hemisphere as an object, as opposed to shape; also puolipallo
pallonpuolisko {n}  :: A hemisphere of the Earth or other celestial body
pallopeli {n}  :: ball game (game played with a ball)
pallopinta {n} [mathematics]  :: spherical surface
pallopoikkeama {n} [optics]  :: spherical aberration
pallopurje {n} [nautical]  :: balloon sail
pallorauta {n}  :: melon baller (small kitchen tool used to cut round sections of melons and other soft fruits)
pallosalama {n}  :: A ball lightning
pallotrigonometria {n}  :: spherical trigonometry
pallottaa {v} [games]  :: to throw a ball at another player aiming to touch that person (not to serve, nor hurt), used in some children's playful games
pallovyötiäinen {n}  :: southern three-banded armadillo, Tolypeutes matacus
pallovyötiäinen {n}  :: three-banded armadillo (armadillo of the genus Tolypeutes)
pallukka {n}  :: A round object
palmikko {n}  :: A plait
palmikoida {v}  :: To plait
palmitiinihappo {n} [chemistry]  :: palmitic acid
palmu {n}  :: A palm (tree)
palmuöljy {n}  :: palm oil
palmupuu {n}  :: palm (tropical tree)
palmurosvo {n}  :: palm thief (Birgus latro)
palmusunnuntai {n}  :: The Palm Sunday
palo {n}  :: ardor (great warmth of feeling)
palo {n} [baseball, pesäpallo]  :: out
palo {n} [cricket]  :: dismissal
palo {n}  :: fire (event of something burning, an occurrence of fire)
Palo {prop}  :: Any of a number of small places in Finland
Palo {prop}  :: Finnish surname
paloa {v} [rare]  :: To divide into pieces
paloasema {n}  :: fire station (building for fire fighters)
paloauto {n}  :: A fire engine or fire truck
palohaava {n}  :: burn (injury)
palohälytin {n}  :: A fire alarm (device)
palohälytys {n}  :: A fire alarm (warning made of a fire)
paloilmoitin {n}  :: fire alarm
paloitella {v}  :: to cut up, dismember, divide into pieces
paloittain {adv}  :: piecewise
paloitteluveitsi {n}  :: A chopper [knife for chopping food]
palokärki {n}  :: black woodpecker; Dryocopus martius
palokärki {n} [in plural]  :: the genus Dryocopus
palokunta {n}  :: A fire department, fire brigade
palolaitos {n}  :: fire department
paloletku {n}  :: A fire hose
palomies {n}  :: A fireman, firefighter (person who is skilled in the work of fighting fire)
palomuuri {n}  :: firewall (both in construction and computing)
palo-ovi {n}  :: fire door
palopaikka {n}  :: scene of fire, burning place
palopesäke {n}  :: fire pocket
palopäällikkö {n}  :: fire chief, fire marshal
palopommi {n}  :: firebomb, incendiary bomb, incendiary (bomb specially designed to cause fires)
paloposti {n}  :: fire hydrant
palopuhe {n}  :: rant, tirade, diatribe, harangue (oral exposition, where emotionality supersedes rationality)
palopuhuja {n}  :: firebrand (argumentative troublemaker or revolutionary)
palorakko {n}  :: A blister caused by burning
palorakkula {n}  :: A blister caused by burning
palorypälehappo {n} [chemistry]  :: pyruvic acid
palosirkka {n}  :: rattle grasshopper (Psophus stridulus)
palosotilas {n} [dated]  :: fireman
palosuojata {vt}  :: to protect from fire
palovaara {n}  :: risk of fire
palovahinko {n}  :: fire damage
palovakuuttaa {v}  :: to take a fire insurance policy
palovakuutus {n}  :: fire insurance
palovamma {n}  :: burn (a physical injury caused by heat or caustic chemicals)
palovaroitin {n}  :: A fire alarm [device]
paloviina {n} [dated]  :: spirit, liquor (distilled alcoholic beverage)
palpaatio {n}  :: palpation (act of examining a patient's body by feeling with hands)
palpakko {n}  :: bur-reed (plant of the genus Sparganium)
palpeerata {v} [medicine, dated]  :: to palpate (to examine by feeling with hands, especially as medical procedure)
palpitaatio {n} [medicine]  :: palpitation
palpoida {v} [medicine]  :: to palpate (to examine by feeling with hands, especially as medical procedure)
palpointi {n} [medicine]  :: palpation (act of examining a patient's body by feeling with hands)
palsa {n} [colloquial]  :: A long overcoat
palsa {n} [geomorphology]  :: palsa
palsami {n}  :: balsam, balm (any aromatic or fragrant ointment)
palsami {n}  :: balsam, balm (any of various aromatic resins exuded from certain plants, especially trees of the genus Commiphora of Africa, Arabia and India and Myroxylon of South America)
palsami {n}  :: balsam, balm (figurative: anything that heals or soothes)
palsami {n}  :: balsam, impatiens, touch-me-not; jewelweed [US] (any of several flowering plants belonging to the genus Impatiens, especially Impatiens balsamina
palsamikuusi {n} [botany, dated]  :: A balsam fir (North American species of fir tree Abies balsamea)
palsamoida {vt}  :: To embalm
palsamoija {n}  :: embalmer (one who embalms)
palsamoiminen {n}  :: An embalmer (one who embalms)
palsamointi {n}  :: embalming (act, process)
palsamoitu {adj}  :: embalmed (having been embalmed)
palsta {n}  :: column (vertically split text on a page)
palsta {n}  :: lot, plot, parcel of land
palsta {n}  :: newspaper column
palstamillimetri {n}  :: One millimeter of a printed column; a measure of space allocated for an article or advertisement on a newspaper. English speaking world uses column inch and column centimeter for the same purpose
palsternakka {n}  :: parsnip (Pastinaca sativa)
paltata {v}  :: To hem (to put hem on an article of clothing, to edge or put a border on something)
palte {n}  :: alternative form of palle
palterohapero {n}  :: The flirt or bare-toothed russula, Russula vesca
palttaa {v}  :: To hem (to put a hem on an article of clothing, to edge or put a border on something)
palttiarallaa {adv} [dialectal]  :: approximately, about
palttina {n}  :: linen
palttoo {n}  :: A long overcoat
paluu {n}  :: comeback (return to fame, popularity etc.)
paluu {n}  :: return
paluulippu {n}  :: return ticket
paluumuuttaja {n}  :: An ex-pat who is returning home to live in their birth country
paluuvirtaus {n}  :: return flow (any returning flow of a fluid)
paluuvirtaus {n}  :: rip current (particularly strong return flow of water from breaking waves, away from the shore, caused by underwater topology, which at some places concentrates the returning water into a powerful current)
paluuvirtaus {n}  :: undertow (flow of water returning seaward from the waves breaking on the shore)
palvata {vt}  :: to cure (to preserve meat by roasting it slowly)
palvaus {n}  :: curing (food preservation)
palvelija {n}  :: servant
palvelijatar {n}  :: maidservant, maid (female servant)
palvelin {n} [computing]  :: server
palvella {v}  :: To serve
palvelu {n}  :: service
palveluala {n}  :: service industry
palvelukeskus {n}  :: service center (centralized organisation that produces a service or services)
palvelunestohyökkäys {n} [internet]  :: denial-of-service attack, DoS attack
palveluntarjoaja {n}  :: service provider
palvelupiste {n}  :: service point
palvelus {n}  :: favor
palvelus {n}  :: service (event of providing a service)
palvelus {n}  :: service (state of being subordinate to someone)
palvelusaika {n}  :: period of service
palvelusektori {n}  :: service industry
palveluskoira {n}  :: service dog
palvelustyttö {n}  :: maid (female servant)
palvelut {n}  :: services, facilities, amenities
palvelutalo {n}  :: sheltered home, sheltered accommodation, assisted living building
palvelutaso {n}  :: service level (measure of the performance of a service provider)
palvelutasosopimus {n}  :: service level agreement
palvi {n}  :: meat cured slowly in mild heat, often also smoked
palvi {n}  :: Tissue grown on a scar of tree
palvoa {v}  :: To love ardently
palvoa {v}  :: To worship a deity
palvoja {n}  :: A worshipper (one who worships)
palvonta {n}  :: worship
palvontamenot {n}  :: A worship (religious ceremony, especially a non-Christian one)
pam {interj}  :: bam! bang!
pamahdella {vi}  :: to bang, boom (repeatedly)
pamahdus {n}  :: alternative form of pamaus
pamahtaa {v}  :: to bang, slam, crash, pop
pamahtaa {v}  :: to explode, go bang/blow
pamaus {n}  :: boom, bang
pamaus {n}  :: report (sharp, loud sound from a gun or explosion)
pamautella {vt}  :: to bang, boom (repeatedly)
pamauttaa {vt}  :: to bang, boom (to make or cause a banging sound, once)
pamfletti {n}  :: pamphlet
pampa {n}  :: pampa
pampattaa {vi}  :: to throb
pampavyötiäinen {n}  :: big hairy armadillo, large hairy armadillo, Chaetophractus villosus
pamppailla {v}  :: to throb, beat
pamppu {n}  :: baton, nightstick (short stout club used primarily by policemen)
pamppu {n} [slang]  :: bigwig (person of consequence)
pamppu {n} [slang]  :: turnkey (warder, prison officer)
pampula {n}  :: bobble
pamputtaa {v}  :: to baton, to strike with a nightstick
pan- {prefix}  :: pan-
Panama {prop}  :: Panama
panamahattu {n}  :: Panama hat
Panaman kanava {prop}  :: Panama Canal
panamanpuumuura {n}  :: western slaty antshrike
panamerikkalainen {adj}  :: Pan-American (covering or representing all of the Americas)
panda {n}  :: panda
pandakarhu {n}  :: panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca)
pandeismi {n}  :: pandeism
pandemia {n}  :: A pandemic
Pandora {prop} [Greek mythology]  :: Pandora
Pandoran lipas {prop} [Greek mythology]  :: Pandora's box
paneeli {n}  :: panel (group of people)
paneeli {n}  :: panel (rectangular section of surface)
paneelikeskustelu {n}  :: panel discussion, forum
paneerata {v} [cooking]  :: Same as leivittää
panelisti {n}  :: panelist
paneloida {vt}  :: To panel
panenteismi {n}  :: panentheism
paneroida {vt}  :: To bread
paneskella {vi} [vulgar, usually intransitive]  :: To have several sessions of sexual intercourse with one or more people (when that action is considered negative)
panetella {vt} [+ partitive]  :: To slander, vilify, smear, defame
panettaa {vt} [monopersonal, vulgar]  :: partitive + 3rd-pers. singular = to be horny, to crave sex (literally "to cause to fuck")
panettaa {vt} [rare]  :: To have something put/set/place by someone (= adessive) (somewhere)
panettelu {n}  :: aspersion
paneutua {vi} [intransitive + illative]  :: To delve into, take up, go into (an issue, a question; by studying or pondering it closely); to familiarize oneself with (an issue, a question)
pangasius {n}  :: pangasius (pangasius fish as food)
pangrammi {n}  :: pangram
panhuilu {n}  :: pan pipes, panpipes, pan-pipes
paniikki {n}  :: panic
paniikkihäiriö {n} [psychology]  :: panic disorder
paniikkikohtaus {n}  :: panic attack
panikoida {v}  :: To panic
panimo {n}  :: brewery
pankinjohtaja {n}  :: bank manager
pankkaluu {n} [anatomy]  :: An epipubic bone
pankki {n}  :: bank
pankkiaika {n}  :: bank opening hours
pankkiasiointi {n}  :: banking (act of dealing with a bank)
pankkiautomaatti {n}  :: An automated teller machine, cash machine, ATM
pankkiautomaattikortti {n}  :: ATM card
pankkiiri {n}  :: banker
pankkikelpoinen {adj}  :: bankable (acceptable to a bank)
pankkikortti {n}  :: bankcard, bank card
pankkikriisi {n}  :: banking crisis
pankkilaina {n}  :: bank loan
pankkipalvelu {n}  :: banking service (service typically provided by a bank)
pankkirosvo {n}  :: bank robber
pankkiryöstö {n}  :: bank robbery
pankkiryöstäjä {n}  :: bank robber
pankkisiirto {n}  :: giro
pankkitakaus {n}  :: bank guarantee, banker's guarantee (guarantee issued by a bank)
pankkitili {n}  :: bank account
pankration {n}  :: pankration
panna {n}  :: ban (law; clerical)
panna {vt} [+ genitive-accusative]  :: To deposit [money]
panna {vt} [+ genitive-accusative]  :: To put, set, place
panna {vt} [+ partitive]  :: To brew [beer]
panna {vt} [vulgar, + partitive]  :: To fuck, shag
panna jalalla koreasti {v} [idiomatic]  :: to dance
panna kiven sisään {phrase} [informal]  :: to immure, imprison, jail
panna liikettä niveliin {phrase}  :: To get one's ass in gear
panna merkille {v} [idiomatic]  :: to remark, notice, take note of
panna muistiin {v}  :: to take notes
panna paksuksi {v} [colloquial]  :: To make somebody pregnant
panna pystyyn {v} [idiomatic]  :: to arrange, put up, improvise
panna pystyyn {v} [literally]  :: to put something into upright position, erect
panna rautoihin {v} [idiomatic]  :: to iron (to shackle with irons)
pannari {n} [colloquial]  :: pancake
panna töpinäksi {v}  :: to step on it, to make haste, to get a move on
panna tuulemaan {v} [idiomatic]  :: to get into action, get going (strong) (to begin or commence with determination and energy)
pannoittaa {vt}  :: to collar an animal
pannu {n}  :: pan, pot
pannuhuone {n}  :: boiler room
pannukakku {n}  :: A thick (~ 1 cm) pancake baked in oven, eaten as dessert with whipped cream and jam
pannukakku {n}  :: failure, fiasco
pannunalunen {n} [cooking]  :: pot coaster, trivet (object placed under a hot dish to protect the table)
pannunalus {n}  :: alternative form of pannunalunen
pano {n}  :: A deposit (of money into a bank account)
pano {n}  :: Putting, setup, making (later two are only used in special cases)
pano {n} [vulgar]  :: A lay, a fuck, a session of sexual intercourse
panokone {n}  :: fucking machine, sex machine (machine used to produce sexual pleasure)
panokone {n}  :: sex machine (person with considerable sexual prowess)
panomies {n} [colloquial]  :: pussyman
panoraama {n}  :: panorama
panoroida {v} [photography]  :: To pan
panos {n} [economics]  :: contribution, investment, input
panos {n} [gambling, economics]  :: stake
panos {n} [weaponry]  :: cartridge, pellet
panos {n} [weaponry, construction, demolition, mining]  :: load (usually including a detonator)
panostaa {v}  :: + illative: to invest in something (to spend money, time, or energy into something)
panostaa {v}  :: + illative: to put effort on or into something
panostaa {vt}  :: to load (to fill with munition or raw material)
panostus {n}  :: investment (money, time or energy invested in something)
panostus {n}  :: loading (the act of filling with munition or raw material)
panpsykismi {n} [philosophy]  :: panpsychism
panpsykistinen {adj}  :: panpsychistic (relating to panpsychism)
panslavismi {n}  :: Pan-Slavism
panslavisti {n}  :: Pan-Slavist
panslavistinen {adj}  :: Pan-Slavistic
panssari {n}  :: armor, armour, armouring (for body or vehicle protection)
panssari {n}  :: carapace (hard protective covering of bone or chitin)
panssariajoneuvo {n}  :: armored vehicle
panssarikauhu {n}  :: Panzerschrek (German portable anti-tank rocket launcher developed during the WWII)
panssarimies {n} [military]  :: tanker, trooper, crewman, armoured soldier, armored soldier; zipperhead [Canadian] (member of tank crew)
panssarintorjunta {n}  :: antitank warfare
panssarintorjunta {n}  :: As modifier in compound terms (panssarintorjunta-), antitank
panssarintorjuntakivääri {n} [military]  :: anti-tank rifle
panssarintorjuntaohjus {n}  :: An anti-tank missile
panssarintorjuntavaunu {n} [military]  :: tank destroyer
panssarinyrkki {n}  :: Panzerfaust (German portable, single-shot anti-tank rocket launcher developed during the WWII)
panssarivaunu {n} [military]  :: A tank
panssarivaunumies {n} [military]  :: alternative term for panssarimies
panssaroida {vt}  :: To cover with armour/armor
panssaroitu {adj}  :: armored (equipped with armor)
panta {n}  :: A choker (jewelry)
panta {n}  :: A collar (device for restraining an animal)
panta {n}  :: Any ring that is used as an external support for example around a pole
pantata {vt}  :: To pledge, pawn (to deposit something as a security)
pantava {adj}  :: (neutral, non-comparable) "Suitable to be put [somewhere]". For example, suuhunpantava, "Suitable to be put into mouth."
pantava {adj} [vulgar, comparable]  :: Fuckable, suitable for having sex with
panteismi {n}  :: pantheism
panteisti {n}  :: A pantheist
panteistinen {adj}  :: pantheistic
pantheon {n}  :: pantheon (the gods of a religion as a group)
pantheon {n}  :: pantheon (temple or monument)
pantomiimi {n}  :: charades (party game)
pantomiimi {n}  :: mime (form of theatre)
pantoteenihappo {n} [chemistry]  :: pantothenic acid
pantteri {n}  :: leopard (Panthera pardus)
pantterikärpässieni {n}  :: panther cap, Amanita pantherina
pantti {n}  :: pledge (security to payment)
panttikonttori {n} [dated]  :: pawn shop
panttilainaamo {n}  :: A pawn shop
panttilainakonttori {n} [dated]  :: pawn shop
panttilainasto {n} [dated]  :: pawn shop
panttilainaus {n}  :: pawnbroking (business of advancing loans againts pledges of personal possessions)
panttilaitos {n} [dated]  :: pawn shop
panttivanki {n}  :: hostage
Panu {prop}  :: male given name
papaija {n}  :: papaya (Carica papaya)
Papa-koe {n} [pathology]  :: Pap test, smear test, cervical smear, Pap smear (gynecological screening test)
papana {n}  :: A piece of excrement from a small animal such as a hare
paparazzi {n}  :: paparazzi
paperi {n}  :: document
paperi {n} [informal]  :: In the plural paperit: ID
paperi {n}  :: paper
paperiarkki {n}  :: sheet of paper
paperiavioliitto {n}  :: Alternative term for näennäisavioliitto
paperihaava {n}  :: paper cut (wound caused by a piece of paper)
paperikarkki {n}  :: wrapped candy
paperikko {n}  :: Paper-machine
paperikone {n}  :: paper machine
paperilennokki {n}  :: A paper plane, paper airplane [US], paper aeroplane [UK]
paperiliitin {n}  :: A paper clip
paperimassa {n}  :: pulp
paperinen {adj}  :: bookish (characterized by a method of expression generally found in books)
paperinen {adj}  :: papery (being like paper)
paperinenäliina {n}  :: paper napkin, tissue, kleenex
paperiniitti {n}  :: staple (wire fastener used to secure stacks of paper by penetrating all the sheets and curling around)
paperinpala {n}  :: piece of paper
paperintuotanto {n}  :: paper production
paperinukke {n}  :: paper doll
paperinvalmistus {n}  :: papermaking (craft of making paper)
paperipaino {n}  :: paperweight
paperipiikki {n}  :: spindle (upright spike for holding papers)
paperiraha {n}  :: paper money
paperisota {n} [derisive]  :: red tape
paperitehdas {n}  :: A paper mill
paperiteollisuus {n}  :: paper industry
paperitiikeri {n}  :: paper tiger
paperiton {adj}  :: paper-free, paperless
paperityö {n} [usually plural]  :: paperwork
paperivene {n}  :: greater argonaut (Argonauta argo)
paperivene {n}  :: paper boat (origami item)
paperoida {v}  :: To paper (to apply paper to)
papiljotti {n}  :: hair roller
papilla {n} [anatomy, botany]  :: alternative form of papilli
papilli {n} [anatomy, botany]  :: papilla
papillinen {adj}  :: clerical, pastoral, ministerial
papillisesti {adv}  :: clerically, pastorally, ministerially
papillisuus {n}  :: The quality of behaving clerically, pastorally or ministerially
papillooma {n} [pathology, oncology]  :: papilloma
papinkaulus {n}  :: clerical collar
papintappaja {n}  :: A beetle, Callidium violaceum
papisto {n}  :: The clergy
papitar {n}  :: A priestess
pappa {n} [colloquial]  :: grandpa, grandfather
pappeus {n}  :: Priesthood (role or office of a priest)
pappi {n}  :: priest
pappila {n}  :: rectory, vicarage; manse [Scots] (residence of a priest)
pappismies {n}  :: clergyman
pappissääty {n} [historical]  :: clerical estate of the realm
pappisvalta {n}  :: theocracy
paprika {n}  :: paprika (spice made of dried, ground fruit of the milder varieties of Capsicum annuum)
paprika {n}  :: pepper, bell pepper, sweet pepper (the fruit of a sweet variety of Capsicum annuum, used as vegetable)
papru {n} [colloquial]  :: paper
papu {n}  :: bean (edible seed or pod of plants of several genera of Fabaceae)
papu {n}  :: bean (similar seed of some other plants, e.g. coffee)
papu {n}  :: common bean (plant Phaseolus vulgaris; short for tarhapapu)
papu {n} [informal]  :: muscle, especially the biceps
papuannauraja {n}  :: rufous-bellied kookaburra (Dacelo gaudichaud)
Papua-Uusi-Guinea {prop}  :: Papua New Guinea
papuauusiguinealainen {adj}  :: Papuan
papuauusiguinealainen {n}  :: Papua New Guinean
papukaija {n}  :: parrot (kind of bird)
papukaijapeippo {n}  :: Maui parrotbill, Pseudonestor xanthophrys
papupata {n}  :: very talkative person, bigmouth
papyrologi {n}  :: papyrologist
papyrologia {n}  :: papyrology
papyrus {n}  :: papyrus (material and document)
papyruskaisla {n}  :: papyrus (plant in sedge family)
para {n} [witchcraft]  :: A being created to bring milk or butter to its creator
paraabeli {n} [geometry]  :: parabola
paraabeli {n}  :: parable
paraati {n}  :: parade
paraatipuku {n} [informal]  :: One's best dress
paraatipuku {n} [military]  :: full dress uniform, dress uniform
parabolinen {adj}  :: parabolic
paraboloidi {n} [mathematics]  :: paraboloid
paradigma {n}  :: paradigm (model or example)
paradoksaalinen {adj}  :: paradoxical
paradoksaalisesti {adv}  :: paradoxically
paradoksaalisuus {n}  :: paradoxicalness
paradoksi {n}  :: paradox
paradoksinen {adj}  :: paradoxical
parafiini {n}  :: paraffin [paraffin wax]
parafilia {n} [psychology]  :: paraphilia
parafinoida {v}  :: To treat with paraffin
parafoida {v} [legal]  :: To initial a document, and thereby confirm it
parafyleettinen {adj} [taxonomy]  :: paraphyletic
paragrafi {n} [dated]  :: paragraph, article or section (of a contract or other legal document)
Paraguay {prop}  :: Paraguay
paraguaynvyötiäinen {n}  :: Chacoan naked-tailed armadillo (Cabassous chacoensis)
parahiksi {adv}  :: barely, just enough
parahiksi {adv}  :: just in time
parahin {adj} [literary]  :: superlative form of hyvä
parahtaa {vi}  :: to cry out
paraikaa {adv}  :: alternative form of parastaikaa
parakieli {n}  :: paralanguage (non-verbal elements of speech)
parakki {n}  :: barracks
paraldehydi {n} [chemistry]  :: paraldehyde
paralipsis {n} [rhetoric]  :: paraleipsis
parallaksi {n}  :: parallax
paralympialaiset {n}  :: Paralympics, Paralympic Games
parametri {n}  :: parameter
parametrinen {adj}  :: parametric
parametrisointi {n}  :: parametrization
paraneminen {n}  :: improvement, healing, mending, recovery, recuperation, betterment
parane pian {phrase}  :: get well soon
parannella {v}  :: To improve, incrementally, in small steps
parannella {vt}  :: To revamp, polish
parannus {n}  :: improvement, enchantment, betterment
paranoidi {adj}  :: paranoid
paranoidinen {adj}  :: paranoid
paranooikko {n}  :: A paranoid person
paranooinen {adj}  :: paranoid
paranormaali {adj}  :: paranormal
parantaa {vt}  :: to heal, cure
parantaa {vt}  :: to improve, better
parantaja {n}  :: healer
parantaminen {n}  :: act of healing or curing
parantaminen {n}  :: improvement (act of improving)
parantava {adj}  :: healing, curative
parantava {adj}  :: vulnerary (useful for healing wounds; in modern use primarily resricted to traditional medicine)
parantola {n}  :: sanitarium
parantua {vi} [medicine]  :: To heal, mend, get well/better, recover, recuperate
parantua {vi}  :: To improve, get better
parantumaton {adj}  :: dyed-in-the-wool
parantumaton {adj}  :: incorrigible
parantumaton {adj}  :: incurable, not healed
parantuminen {n}  :: improvement, healing, mending, recovery, recuperation, betterment
parapähkinä {n}  :: brazil nut
parapsykologi {n}  :: parapsychologist
parapsykologia {n}  :: parapsychology
parapsykologinen {adj}  :: parapsychological
pararosaniliini {n} [chemistry]  :: pararosaniline
paras {adj}  :: superlative form of hyvä
parasetamoli {n} [pharmacology]  :: acetaminophen, paracetamol
parasiitti {n}  :: parasite
parasitismi {n}  :: parasitism
parasitologia {n}  :: parasitology
parast'aikaa {adv}  :: dated form of parastaikaa
parastaikaa {adv}  :: right now, currently
parata {vi} [rare, medicine]  :: To heal, mend, get well/better, recover, recuperate
parata {vi} [rare]  :: To improve, get better
parataksi {n}  :: parataxis
paratiisi {n}  :: paradise
paratiisikaija {n}  :: paradise parrot, Psephotus pulcherrimus
paratiisilintu {n}  :: bird of paradise
Paratiisilintu {prop}  :: The constellation Apus, the Bird of Paradise
paratiisimainen {adj}  :: Resembling a paradise
parationi {n} [chemistry]  :: parathion
pareittain {adj}  :: By pairs
paremiologia {n}  :: paremiology (study of proverbs)
paremmin {adv}  :: better (comparative form of well: more well)
paremmuus {n}  :: superiority
parempi {adj}  :: comparative form of hyvä
parempi katsoa kuin katua {proverb}  :: better safe than sorry
parempi katsoa kuin katua {proverb}  :: haste makes waste
parempi katsoa kuin katua {proverb}  :: look before you leap
parempi laiha sopu kuin lihava riita {proverb}  :: It's often wiser to conclude an agreement that reasonably serves one's interests than to continue quarreling
parempi myöhään kuin ei milloinkaan {phrase}  :: better late than never (same meaning)
parempi pyy pivossa kuin kymmenen oksalla {proverb}  :: a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush (literally, better a hazel grouse in the hand than ten on the branch)
parfait {n}  :: parfait
parfee {n}  :: parfait
parfymeria {n}  :: perfumery
parfymisti {n}  :: perfumer (person who creates or makes perfumes)
parfymoida {vt}  :: To perfume
parfyymi {n}  :: perfume
pargasiitti {n} [mineral]  :: pargasite
parhaansa mukaan {adv}  :: as best one can
parhaiksi {adv}  :: alternative form of parahiksi
parhaillaan {adv}  :: currently, at the moment, at present
parhaimmillaan {adv}  :: at best
parhaimmisto {n}  :: elite (group with higher status)
parhain {adj}  :: superlative form of hyvä
parhain terveisin {phrase} [idiomatic]  :: best regards (used as a polite closing of a letter)
parhaiten {adv}  :: superlative form of hyvin
pari {adv}  :: A couple of
pari {n}  :: battery cell
pari {n}  :: couple, pair
parietaalilohko {n}  :: parietal lobe
pariin {adv}  :: to
Pariisi {prop}  :: Paris, the capital of France
pariisilainen {adj}  :: Parisian
pariisilainen {n}  :: A Parisian, both male and female
pariisilainen {n}  :: A Parisienne
pariisitar {n}  :: A Parisienne
parijono {n}  :: crocodile (line or procession of people)
pari kertaa {phrase}  :: once or twice (a small, indefinite number of times)
pari kolme {phrase}  :: a couple of, two or three (indicates a small but unsure number, certainly more than one and very likely less than five)
parikymmentä {num}  :: about twenty
parikymppinen {adj}  :: around twenty years old (about twenty years old)
parillinen {adj}  :: even (divisible by two)
pariloida {vt}  :: to roast, grill, broil
pariloitu {adj}  :: grilled
pariääntiö {n} [phonetics]  :: diphthong
parinvaihto {n}  :: swinging (sexual practice)
parisataa {num}  :: a couple hundred
parisen {adv}  :: about two, a couple
pariskunta {n}  :: A couple
parisänky {n}  :: double bed (bed designed for two adults)
parissa {adv}  :: among, amongst
paristo {n}  :: Not rechargeable battery
parisuhde {n}  :: intimate relationship
paritalo {n}  :: semi, semi-detached house
pariteetti {n}  :: parity
paritella {vi}  :: To copulate
pariton {adj}  :: odd (not divisible by two)
parittaa {v} [computing]  :: to pair (to form wireless connection)
parittaa {vt}  :: to pander, pimp (to offer illicit sex with a third party)
parittaja {n}  :: A pimp, panderer
parittelu {n}  :: copulation, mating
paritteluaika {n}  :: mating time
paritus {n}  :: pairing, matching
paritus {n}  :: pandering, pimping (offer for illicit sex with a third party)
parivaljakko {n} [comedy]  :: double act, comedy duo
parivaljakko {n} [figuratively]  :: two friends that spend a lot of time together
parivaljakko {n}  :: span (pair of horses or other animals driven together)
parivuode {n}  :: double bed (bed designed for two adults)
parjata {v}  :: to disrespect
parka {n}  :: parka
parka {n}  :: poor, someone pitiful
parkaista {vi}  :: To cry out, scream, shriek
parkaisu {n}  :: A cry, scream
parketoida {vt}  :: To parquet
parketti {n}  :: parquet
Parkinsonin tauti {n} [disease]  :: Parkinson's disease
parkinta {n}  :: tanning
parkita {vt}  :: To tan (leather)
parkita {vt}  :: To toughen, harden (sb's character or nature)
parkitsija {n}  :: tanner
parkkeerata {v} [informal]  :: to park a car
parkki {n}  :: A bark as a three-masted vessel, foremast and mainmast square-rigged, mizzenmast schooner-rigged
parkki {n}  :: bark, as the exterior covering of the trunk and branches of a tree
parkki {n}  :: tannic, in the compound parkkihappo (tannic acid)
parkki {n}  :: Used in everyday language to refer to parking or a vehicle being parked or a place where one can temporarily leave something
parkkihalli {n} [colloquial]  :: parking garage
parkkihappo {n}  :: tannic acid
parkkipaikka {n} [informal]  :: A parking lot
parkkipaikka {n} [informal]  :: A parking space
parkkitalo {n} [colloquial]  :: parking garage
parku {n}  :: cry (especially of a child)
parkua {vi}  :: To bawl, blubber, cry loudly
parkuna {n}  :: baby's cry
parlamentaarikko {n}  :: A parliamentarian (a member of parliament)
parlamentaarinen {adj}  :: parliamentary
parlamentarismi {n}  :: parliamentarism
parlamentti {n}  :: parliament
parlamenttivaali {n}  :: parliamentary election; normally used in plural, see parlamenttivaalit
parlamenttivaalit {n}  :: parliamentary elections
parmanjuusto {n}  :: parmesan
parmesaani {n}  :: parmesan
parmesaanijuusto {n}  :: parmesan
parodia {n}  :: parody [expression making fun of something else]
parodinen {adj}  :: parodic
parodioida {vt} [+ partitive]  :: to parody
parodiointi {n}  :: parodying, making parody of
paroni {n}  :: baron
paronitar {n}  :: baroness
paronyymi {n} [semantics]  :: a paronym
parotiitti {n} [pathology]  :: parotitis (inflammation of one or both parotid glands)
parrakas {adj}  :: bearded
parranajo {n}  :: shave (instance of shaving)
parranajokone {n}  :: A safety razor (instrument into which a razorblade can be inserted for shaving)
parranajokone {n}  :: Short of sähköparranajokone (electric razor)
parras {n}  :: A brink, verge or edge
parras {n} [nautical]  :: A rail
parras {n}  :: When used to express being very close to do something, about
parraton {adj}  :: beardless (lacking beard)
parraton {adj}  :: clean-shaven
parru {n}  :: beam
parrunpätkä {n}  :: A 2-liter, square-bottom, long-necked bottle of liquor which became popular in 1897 when sale of strong alcohol in smaller bottles was banned; probably no exact English equivalent, but handle (1.75 liters, US) comes close
parrunpätkä {n} [non-idiomatic]  :: A stump of a wooden beam
parsa {n}  :: An asparagus, the edible young shoot of the asparagus plant
parsa {n}  :: Any plant of the family Asparagus
parsa {n}  :: The asparagus plant, Asparagus officinalis
parsakaali {n}  :: broccoli
parsek {n} [astronomy]  :: parsec
parsi {n}  :: beam (long, usually round piece of timber for hanging goods for storage)
parsi {n}  :: stall (space for individual animal in a stable in which the animals are tied into a beam)
parsia {v}  :: To darn, repair
parsinneula {n}  :: darning needle
parsinta {n}  :: mending
parta {n}  :: beard
partaalla {adv}  :: on the brink (very nearly, imminent, close)
partageeli {n}  :: aftershave (gel used after finishing shaving)
partahöylä {n} [informal]  :: disposable razor, where the blade and handle are integrated into one unit; also kertakäyttöinen partahöylä
partahöylä {n} [informal]  :: safety razor (instrument into which a razorblade can be inserted for shaving)
partahylje {n}  :: bearded seal, Erignathus barbatus (Arctic species of seal)
partainen {adj}  :: bearded
partaisempi {adj}  :: comparative form of partainen
partakarva {n}  :: A whisker (hair of the beard)
partakone {n}  :: A safety razor, short of parranajokone (instrument into which a razorblade can be inserted for shaving)
partakone {n}  :: Short of sähköparranajokone, electric razor
Partanen {prop}  :: Finnish surname
partarousku {n}  :: A milk-cap, Lactarius citriolens
partaterä {n}  :: razorblade
partavaahdoke {n}  :: shaving cream
partaveitsi {n}  :: A razor (knife)
partavesi {n}  :: aftershave (lotion or liquid used after finishing shaving)
partenogeneesi {n}  :: parthenogenesis
partenogeneettinen {adj}  :: parthenogenetic
partia {n}  :: parcel
partikkeli {n} [grammar]  :: A particle
partikkeli {n} [physics]  :: A particle
partikkeliverbi {n}  :: phrasal verb
partio {n}  :: patrol
partio {n}  :: scouting
partioauto {n}  :: A patrol car; refers most often but not necessarily to a police car
partiohuivi {n}  :: scout neckerchief, neckerchief
partioida {v}  :: To scout (to explore a wide terrain)
partioiden {n}  :: genitive plural of partio
partioitten {n}  :: genitive plural of partio
partiolainen {n}  :: A scout (member of Scouts movement)
partioliike {n}  :: The Scouts
partiolippukunta {n}  :: scout group (local chapter of Scouts movement)
partisaani {n} [military]  :: An partisan (member of an irregular resistance forces)
partisiipin perfekti {n} [grammar]  :: past participle
partisiipin preesens {n} [grammar]  :: present participle
partisiippi {n} [grammar]  :: participle (verb form)
partitiivi {n} [grammar]  :: partitive, partitive case
partitio {n} [computing]  :: partition
partitioida {v} [computing]  :: To partition a hard disk
partituuri {n} [music]  :: full score, partiture (book showing the music of all instruments and voices in a composition)
partituuri {n} [music]  :: score (printing of each instrument's part on a separate stave)
partneri {n}  :: partner
partsi {n} [slang]  :: balcony
parttio {n} [dialectal]  :: alternative term for porotokka
parturi {n}  :: barber
parturi {n}  :: barbershop (place of business of a barber)
parturiliike {n}  :: barbershop (place of business of a barber)
parturoida {vt}  :: To barber
parturoida {vt}  :: To mow, cut (grass etc.)
parveilla {vi}  :: To swarm
parveiluitiö {n} [botany]  :: A zoospore
parveiluitiöpesäke {n} [biology]  :: A zoosporangium
parveke {n}  :: balcony
parveutua {vi}  :: To form a swarm
parvi {n} [astronomy]  :: cluster
parvi {n}  :: balcony, loft, gallery
parvi {n}  :: cast (group of crabs)
parvi {n}  :: flock (group of birds)
parvi {n}  :: gam (group of whales)
parvi {n}  :: group, cluster
parvi {n}  :: kettle (group of flying hawks)
parvi {n}  :: muster (group of peafowl)
parvi {n}  :: pod (group of marine mammals)
parvi {n}  :: school (group of fish or marine mammals such as dolphins or whales)
parvi {n}  :: swarm (group of insects)
Parviainen {prop}  :: Finnish surname
parvorokko {n} [disease]  :: fifth disease (erythovirus infection manifested as rash)
parvorokko {n} [pathology]  :: erythema infectiosum (erythovirus infection in general)
parvorokko {n} [pathology]  :: slap face, slapcheek, slapped cheek syndrome, slapped face (milder form of the disease manifested as redness of the face, especially cheeks)
parvovirus {n}  :: parvovirus
pas {interj} [card games]  :: I pass!
-pas {particle} [enclitic]  :: Used to stress a contradicting or surprising element in a sentence. Can be attached to all words. No clear translation into English
pasaasi {n}  :: arcade
pasaati {n}  :: A trade wind
pasaatituuli {n}  :: A trade wind
pasaativirta {n}  :: An ocean current caused by trade winds
Pascalin kolmio {n} [mathematics]  :: Pascal's triangle
paseerailla {v}  :: Frequentative form of paseerata (to walk back and forth)
paseerata {v} [archaic, dialectal]  :: To walk back and forth, as in order to have some activity while waiting for something
paseerata {v} [cooking]  :: To puree or squash by squeezing through a sieve
pasha {n}  :: alternative spelling of pašša
pasha {n}  :: paskha (traditional Eastern Orthodox dessert, eaten especially in Easter)
Pasi {prop}  :: male given name
pääasia {n}  :: main thing, main issue, central point
pääasiallinen {adj}  :: main, principal, chief (most important)
pasianssi {n}  :: solitaire (card game)
pääasiassa {adv}  :: mainly (chiefly; for the most part)
pasifismi {n}  :: pacifism
pasifisti {n}  :: pacifist
pasifistinen {adj}  :: pacifistic
paska {adj} [vulgar]  :: Broken (used in essive or translative)
paska {adj} [vulgar]  :: Of poor quality
paska {adj} [vulgar]  :: Very bad, shitty, crappy
paska {interj} [vulgar]  :: Shit!
paska {n}  :: bupkis
paska {n} [vulgar]  :: bullshit
paska {n} [vulgar]  :: shit, crap
paskaduuni {n} [slang, pejorative]  :: shitwork, grunt work, bitchwork, McJob (job paying low wages, requiring few skills and having little opportunity for promotion)
paskahalvaus {n} [vulgar]  :: losing one's temper
paskahousu {n}  :: A cardgame similar to shithead
paskahousu {n}  :: shithead (contemptible person)
paskainen {adj} [vulgar]  :: dirty
paskainen {adj} [vulgar]  :: shitty
paska juttu {phrase}  :: shit happens
paskamainen {adj} [vulgar]  :: shitty, unpleasant (person, thing)
paskanmarjat {interj}  :: dingleberries (original meaning)
paskanmarjat {interj} [vulgar]  :: bullshit!
paskanpuhuja {n} [vulgar]  :: bullshitter
paskantaa {vit} [intransitive, vulgar]  :: To shit
paskapää {n} [vulgar]  :: shithead
paskapaperi {n} [colloquial]  :: asswipe (toilet paper)
paskapuhe {n} [vulgar]  :: bullshit
paskat {interj}  :: shit!
paskattaa {v} [vulgar, monopersonal]  :: to need to shit, to have the urge to defecate
paskattaa {v} [vulgar]  :: to have somebody (especially a dog) taken to defecate
paskiainen {n} [vulgar]  :: bastard, asshole
paskoa {v} [colloquial, vulgar]  :: To destroy
paskoa {vi} [vulgar]  :: To shit
pasma {n}  :: A part of skein, consisting of a fixed number of rounds of yarn, normally 60
pasma {n} [figuratively, in plural]  :: mental balance, plans
pasmalanka {n}  :: A piece of thread used to separate the pasmas of a skein from each other
pasmata {v}  :: to divide a skein of yarn into pasmas
passa {n}  :: alternative spelling of pašša
passata {v} [card games]  :: to pass (to opt not to make a bid or to play a card)
passata {v} [dialectal]  :: to fit in
passata {v} [dialectal]  :: to serve
passata {v} [dialectal]  :: to suit (to please; to make content)
passata {v} [soccer, volleyball]  :: to pass
passauttaa {v} [dialectal]  :: to let other people serve oneself
passi {n} [horsemanship]  :: pace (2-beat, lateral gait of a horse)
passi {n} [hunting]  :: wait
passi {n}  :: passport
passi {n} [volleyball]  :: set (act of directing the ball to a teammate for an attack)
passiivi {n} [grammar]  :: fourth person
passiivi {n} [grammar]  :: passive voice
passiivinen {adj}  :: passive
passiivis-aggressiivinen {adj} [psychology]  :: passive-aggressive
passiivisesti {adv}  :: passively
passiivistaa {vt}  :: To make passive
passiivistua {vi} [rare]  :: to become passive
passio {n}  :: passion
passionhedelmä {n}  :: passion fruit (Passiflora edulis)
passittaa {v} [informal]  :: to dispatch, send; especially a person to a more or less undesirable location
passivoida {v}  :: to make passive
passivoida {v}  :: to passivate
passivoitua {vi}  :: To become passive
pasta {n}  :: pasta
pasteerailla {v}  :: A frequentative form of pasteerata
pasteerata {v}  :: To walk, especially slowly and/or back and forth, with one's back straight and chin up, as if wanting to make an impression to a possible onlooker
pasteija {n}  :: pasty
pastilli {n}  :: lozenge (small tablet or medicated sweet used to ease a sore throat)
pastilli {n}  :: pastille (small granular half spheroid piece of material)
pastilli {n}  :: pastille (soft flavoured candy)
pastilliaski {n}  :: box of lozenges, box of pastilles
pastori {n}  :: pastor
pastöroida {vt}  :: To pasteurize
pastörointi {n}  :: pasteurisation
pastöroitu {adj}  :: pasteurized
pasunisti {n}  :: trombonist
pasuri {n}  :: white bream (Abramis bjoerkna)
pasuttaa {v}  :: to calcine
pasutus {n}  :: calcination
pasuuna {n}  :: clarion
pasuuna {n}  :: trombone
pata {n} [card games]  :: spade (a card of spades)
pata {n} [card games]  :: spades (suit in playing cards)
pata {n}  :: pot, cauldron (vessel)
pata {n}  :: stew, hot pot (dish)
patagoniannandu {n}  :: Darwin's rhea, lesser rhea, Pterocnemia pennata (Rhea pennata)
patajätkä {n}  :: jack of spades, knave of spades
patakakkonen {n} [cards]  :: two of spades
patakasi {n} [cards]  :: eight of spades
pata kattilaa soimaa {phrase}  :: pot calling the kettle black
patakinnas {n}  :: oven glove, oven mitt
patakolmonen {n} [cards]  :: three of spades
patakuningas {n}  :: king of spades
patakuningatar {n}  :: queen of spades (a playing card)
patakuutonen {n} [cards]  :: six of spades
patakymppi {n} [cards]  :: ten of spades
pataljoona {n}  :: battalion
patanelonen {n} [cards]  :: four of spades
patarouva {n}  :: queen of spades
patarummut {n} [musical instruments]  :: timpani, kettledrums (set of precision kettledrums)
patarumpu {n} [musical instruments]  :: timpanum, kettledrum
pataruoka {n}  :: casserole (food)
pataseiska {n} [cards]  :: seven of spades
pataässä {n} [cards]  :: ace of spades
patavitonen {n} [cards]  :: five of spades
pataysi {n} [cards]  :: nine of spades
patee {n}  :: pâté
pateeni {n}  :: paten (plate used to hold the host during the Eucharist)
pateettinen {adj}  :: melodramatic, pompous; that has pathos
pateettisesti {adv}  :: pathetically
pateettisuus {n}  :: patheticness (state or quality of being pathetic)
patentoida {vt}  :: To patent
patentoitavuus {n}  :: patentability
patentoitu {adj}  :: patented (protected by a patent)
patentti {n}  :: patent
patenttilääke {n} [dated]  :: patent medicine (any medicine with proprietary formula)
patenttilääke {n} [figuratively]  :: cure-all, panacea, nostrum (solution for all problems)
patenttiloki {n} [nautical]  :: patent log
patenttinahka {n}  :: alternative term for kiiltonahka
paternosterhissi {n}  :: paternoster lift, elevator
pati {n}  :: A bullet (informal term for an unfired round of ammunition)
patikoida {v}  :: To hike, trek
patikointi {n}  :: hiking
patina {n}  :: patina (color or incrustation)
patinoida {vt}  :: To cover with patina
patinoitua {vi}  :: to become covered with patina
patio {n}  :: patio
patisson {n}  :: pattypan squash
patistaa {vt}  :: To push, press, urge (somebody to act)
patistella {v}  :: Frequentative form of patistaa (to urge someone to do something)
patja {n}  :: mattress
pato {n}  :: dam, dike
patogeeni {n} [pathology]  :: pathogen
patogeeninen {adj}  :: pathogenic
patologi {n}  :: pathologist
patologia {n}  :: pathology (branch of medicine)
patologinen {adj}  :: pathological
patonki {n}  :: baguette (the type of bread)
patoutua {vi}  :: To become dammed
patriarkaatti {n}  :: A patriarchate
patriarkia {n}  :: patriarchy
patriarkka {n}  :: A patriarch
Patrik {prop}  :: male given name
patrilineaarinen {adj}  :: patrilineal
patrilineaarisuus {n}  :: patrilineality
patriootti {n}  :: patriot
patrioottinen {adj}  :: patriotic
patriotismi {n}  :: patriotism
patronyymi {n}  :: patronym
patruuna {n}  :: cartridge
patruuna {n}  :: owner (of a factory or estate etc.)
patruunatehdas {n}  :: cartridge factory
patruunavyö {n}  :: belt, ammunition belt (belt-like device used to retain and feed cartridges into a firearm)
patsas {n}  :: A column formed by eg. water or clouds
patsas {n}  :: A statue
patsasaitta {n}  :: Same as niliaitta
patsastella {v}  :: To walk around as if showing off
patteri {n} [colloquial]  :: non-rechargeable electrical battery; nowadays used also of small (size AA and smaller) rechargable standard-size batteries
patteri {n} [informal]  :: pile of dung that gradually grows in an untended outdoor toilet
patteri {n} [military]  :: battery (coordinated group of artillery)
patteri {n}  :: radiator (finned metal fixture that carries hot water or steam in order to heat a room)
patti {n}  :: A firm, smooth swelling, a lump
patti {n} [chess]  :: stalemate
paštu {n}  :: Pashto, Pashtu (language)
patu {n} [colloquial]  :: old hand
patukka {n}  :: baton
patukka {n}  :: chocolate candy bar
patukka {n} [slang]  :: penis
pauhata {vi}  :: to thunder
pauhina {n}  :: roar
pauhu {n}  :: thunder, roar
pauhuta {v} [rare]  :: alternative form of pauhata
paukahdella {vi}  :: to bang, boom (repeatedly)
paukahtaa {vi}  :: to bang (to give a sudden loud voice, once)
paukama {n}  :: sting (bump on skin after having been stung)
paukaus {n}  :: bang
paukautella {vt}  :: To bang, boom (repeatedly)
paukauttaa {vt}  :: to bang (to make a sudden loud noise, once)
pauke {n}  :: sputter, trash
paukkaa {v} [rare, poetic]  :: alternative form of paukkua
paukku {n}  :: A bang (abrupt loud noise like that resulting of a detonation)
paukku {n}  :: A fart
paukku {n}  :: A shot (measure of alcohol)
paukku {n} [informal]  :: A detonation
paukku {n} [informal]  :: A shocking and/or surprising event or item of news
paukku {n} [informal]  :: tipple or booze (any alcoholic drink, often used like a mass noun)
paukku {n} [slang]  :: marijuana, usually in plural ("paukut") as in "Polttaa paukut" (= to get high)
paukkua {vi}  :: To bang (repeatedly)
paukkua {vi}  :: To thunder (of an instrument)
paukkumaissi {n}  :: popcorn
paukuttaa {v}  :: to bang, hammer, strike, hit (to strike something hard)
Paul {prop}  :: male given name
paula {n}  :: A cord, lace, string
paula {n} [figuratively]  :: A snare, trap
paula {n} [hunting]  :: A snare, trap
Paula {prop}  :: female given name
Pauli {prop}  :: male given name
Pauliina {prop}  :: female given name derived from Latin Paulina
Paulin kieltosääntö {n} [physics]  :: Pauli exclusion principle
pauna {n}  :: pound
paunikko {n}  :: plant of the genus Crassula
paussi {n}  :: rest, pause
paviaani {n}  :: A baboon (primate)
paviljonki {n}  :: pavilion
pavlova {n}  :: pavlova
pe {abbr}  :: perjantai (Friday)
pearsoninpäästäinen {n}  :: Pearson's long-clawed shrew, Solisorex pearsoni
peba {n} [colloquial]  :: bum, ass
pecorino {n}  :: pecorino (cheese)
pedaali {n}  :: pedal (used in instruments)
pedagogi {n}  :: pedagog
pedagogia {n}  :: pedagogy
pedagogiikka {n}  :: pedagogics, pedagogy
pedagoginen {adj}  :: Pedagogic, pedagogical (of or relating to pedagogy; teaching)
pedagogisesti {adv}  :: pedagogically
pedantti {adj}  :: pedantic
pedanttinen {adj}  :: pedantic
pedanttisesti {adv}  :: pedantically
pedanttisuus {n}  :: pedantry
pedari {n} [colloquial]  :: pedophile
pedata {v} [informal]  :: to give something a chance
pedata {v}  :: to make the bed
pederasti {n}  :: pederast
pederastia {n}  :: pederasty
pederastinen {adj}  :: pederastic
pediatri {n}  :: pediatrician (doctor specializing in children)
pediatria {n} [medicine]  :: pediatrics
pedikyristi {n}  :: pedicurist
pedikyyri {n}  :: pedicure
pedofiili {n}  :: pedophile
pedofiilinen {adj}  :: paedophilic/pedophilic
pedofilia {n}  :: pedophilia
pee {n} [uncountable, euphemistic]  :: arse
pee {n} [uncountable, euphemistic]  :: shit
peeaa {adj} [colloquial]  :: broke
peelo {n} [slang]  :: lamer
peeärrä {n} [colloquial]  :: public relations, PR
peeveli {interj}  :: damn, drat, crap, heck (mild swearword)
peffa {n} [colloquial]  :: buttocks
pegasos {n}  :: a pegasus
Pegasus {prop} [constellation]  :: The constellation Pegasus
pegmatiitti {n}  :: pegmatite
pehertää {v}  :: to dustbathe (of fowl, to take a dust bath)
pehko {n}  :: bush
pehko {n} [vulgar]  :: muff
pehku {n} [agriculture]  :: straws used in animal shelters
pehkut {n} [colloquial]  :: A sack (bed)
pehmeä {adj}  :: soft; (of hair) silky; (of skin) smooth; (of sb's character/nature) mellow, gentle
pehmeähkö {adj}  :: Quite soft
pehmeikkö {n}  :: soft ground
pehmeäkalvo {n} [anatomy]  :: pia mater (innermost of the meninges membranes that surround the brain and spinal cord)
pehmeäkantinen {adj}  :: paperback
pehmeämpi {adj}  :: comparative form of pehmeä
pehmennys {n}  :: softening
pehmentää {vt}  :: To soften, make soft or softer (concretely); to mellow (sb's character/nature/disposition)
pehmentyä {vi}  :: to soften, mellow, mellow out (to become softer)
pehmeä sankkeri {n} [pathology]  :: chancroid, soft chancre, ulcus molle (sexually transmitted infection)
pehmeästi {adv}  :: softly
pehmetä {vi}  :: To soften
pehmeys {n}  :: softness
pehmike {n}  :: padding
pehmis {n} [informal]  :: soft serve
pehmitä {vi}  :: To soften
pehmite {n}  :: softener
pehmittää {vt}  :: To soften
pehmo {n} [colloquial]  ::  softy (person)
pehmo {n}  :: When used as modifier in a compound term, soft, cuddly etc
pehmo {n}  :: When used as modifier in a compound term, soft; softly softly [UK] etc. (discreet, low-key, careful)
pehmoeläin {n}  :: stuffed animal, plush toy
pehmoilija {n}  :: softy (weak or sentimental person)
pehmoinen {adj}  :: soft
pehmojäätelö {n}  :: soft serve, soft ice cream
pehmolelu {n}  :: stuffed animal, plush toy, soft toy, cuddly toy
pehmopaperi {n}  :: tissue (soft, absorbent paper)
pehmustaa {v}  :: To pad (to furnish with a pad or padding)
pehmuste {n}  :: padding, cushion
pehmustettu {adj}  :: upholstered
pehmyempi {adj}  :: comparative form of pehmyt
pehmyin {adj}  :: superlative form of pehmyt
pehmyt {adj} [dialectal, literary]  :: soft
pehmytjäätelö {n}  :: soft serve, soft ice cream
pehmytpillike {n}  :: broad-leaved hemp-nettle, Galeopsis ladanum
pehtori {n}  :: A steward, estate manager, majordomo, caretaker, farm manager, farm superintendent (overseer of a farm)
pehva {n} [colloquial]  :: buttocks
peijakas {interj}  :: gosh
peijakkaasti {adv}  :: An intensifier
peijooni {n}  :: rascal
peikko {n} [folklore]  :: goblin, hobgoblin, gnome, gremlin (mythical man-like creature, often depicted hairy, tailed and mischievous)
peikko {n}  :: hobgoblin (cause of dread, fear or apprehension)
peikko {n}  :: troll (in modern children's literature often a good-natured forest-dwelling humanoid)
peikkokrotti {n}  :: batfish (anglerfish of the family Ogcocephalidae)
peikonlehti {n}  :: monstera (plant of the genus Monstera, endemic to Central and South America, some species of which are commonly used as houseplants)
peikonlehti {n}  :: short for jättipeikonlehti, ceriman, Swiss cheese plant, Monstera deliciosa (the most commonly cultivated species of this genus)
peilailla {v}  :: To watch oneself from a mirror
peilata {vt}  :: To mirror
peili {n}  :: A mirror
peilikaukoputki {n}  :: reflecting telescope, reflector
peilikirjoitus {n}  :: mirror writing (writing in such a way that the text appears correct when looked at through a mirror)
peilikuva {n}  :: A mirror image, reflection
peilikuva {n}  :: Compounded with other words, reversed
peilipalvelin {n} [computing]  :: mirror server
peilisolu {n}  :: mirror neuron
peiliteleskooppi {n}  :: reflecting telescope, reflector
peilityyni {adj}  :: dead calm (of a body of water, completely still with no waves)
peippo {n}  :: A chaffinch (any bird in the genus Fringilla)
peippo {n}  :: A chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs)
peippo {n}  :: A finch (any bird in the Fringillidae family)
peipponen {n}  :: finch
peite {n}  :: cover
peite {n}  :: spread, throw
peitellä {v}  :: To cover
peitenimi {n}  :: code name, assumed name
peiterooli {n} [espionage]  :: cover
peitetarina {n}  :: cover story (fictitious account that is intended to hide one's real motive)
peitinsiipi {n} [zoology]  :: elytron
peitota {vt}  :: to crush, to thrash (win by a landslide)
peitsi {n}  :: lance
peitsimies {n}  :: A lancer (cavalry); pikeman (infantry)
peittää {vt}  :: To cover
peitta {n}  :: mordant
peitta-aine {n}  :: mordant
peittaus {n} [metallurgy]  :: pickling
peittelemätön {adj}  :: overt
peittelemätön {adj}  :: uncovered
peitto {n}  :: blanket (part of bedding)
peitto {n}  :: cover, coverage (generally)
peittyä {v}  :: to become covered, to be coated; "with" is chiefly expressed with illative case, sometimes adessive
pejoratiivinen {adj}  :: pejorative
pekaanipähkinä {n}  :: pecan (nut)
pekani {n}  :: fisher, pekan (Martes pennanti)
pekari {n}  :: peccary
Peking {prop}  :: Peking
Pekingin ankka {n}  :: Peking duck (traditional Chinese dish)
pekinginihminen {n}  :: Peking Man, Homo erectus pekinensis
pekka {n} [colloquial]  :: Used in the idiom ei halunnut olla pekkaa pahempi
Pekka {prop}  :: male given name
Pekkala {prop}  :: Any of a number of small places in Finland
Pekkala {prop}  :: Finnish surname
Pekkanen {prop}  :: Finnish surname
Pekkarinen {prop}  :: Finnish surname
Pekko {prop} [mythology]  :: A god or spirit of cultivation in the Finnish mythology
Pekko {prop} [rare today]  :: male given name
pekoni {n}  :: bacon
pekonihampurilainen {n}  :: baconburger
Pekoraali {prop}  :: Jabberwock (monster)
Pekoraali {prop}  :: Jabberwocky (poem)
pektiini {n} [carbohydrate]  :: pectin
pektoliitti {n} [mineral]  :: pectolite
pelaaja {n}  :: player
pelaaminen {n}  :: playing (a game)
pelaginen {adj}  :: pelagic
pelailla {v}  :: To play (in a casual manner)
pelakuu {n} [dialectal]  :: geranium
pelakuuni {n}  :: A dialectal form of pelargoni
pelargoni {n}  :: pelargonium, storksbill; geranium (any plant in the genus Pelargonium)
pelargonia {n}  :: alternative form of pelargoni
pelargonihapero {n}  :: A brittlegill, Russula pelargonia
pelargoniseitikki {n} [mushroom]  :: A webcap, Cortinarius paleaceus
pelastaa {vt} [safety]  :: to save, rescue
pelastaja {n}  :: savior
pelastaminen {n}  :: rescue (act of rescuing)
pelastautua {vi}  :: To save oneself
pelastettu {adj}  :: rescued
pelastettu {n}  :: A rescuee
pelastua {vi}  :: To be saved, rescued
pelastus {n}  :: A rescue (act of rescuing), used also as modifier in compound terms
pelastus {n}  :: A salvation, redemption (religion: process or event of being saved)
pelastusalus {n}  :: rescue ship
Pelastusarmeija {prop}  :: The Salvation Army
pelastushissi {n}  :: rescue elevator
pelastuskoira {n}  :: rescue dog
pelastuslaitos {n}  :: rescue department
pelastuslautta {n} [nautical, aviation]  :: life raft
pelastuslento {n}  :: rescue flight
pelastusliivi {n} [nautical]  :: life jacket, life vest
pelastusnaru {n}  :: lifeline (line for drowning or falling person)
pelastusoperaatio {n}  :: rescue operation
pelastuspalkkio {n}  :: salvage fee
pelastuspalvelu {n}  :: rescue service
pelastusrengas {n} [nautical]  :: A life-buoy, life ring, life preserver
pelastusretkikunta {n}  :: rescue party
pelastussukka {n}  :: rescue chute
pelastustie {n}  :: rescue road
pelastustoimi {n}  :: emergency service, rescue service
pelastustuoli {n} [nautical]  :: A cradle (basket or apparatus in which people are brought off from a wreck)
pelastustyö {n}  :: rescue work
pelastustyöntekijä {n}  :: rescue worker
pelastusupseeri {n}  :: A Salvation Army officer
pelastusvene {n} [nautical]  :: A lifeboat
pelata {vt}  :: to play (a board or sports game or cards)
pelata upporikasta ja rutiköyhää {phrase} [idiomatic]  :: to take a flyer, roll the dice, take a gamble, take a risk, take a chance (to invest against odds; to make a choice with an uncertain outcome)
peledsiika {n}  :: peled, northern whitefish, Coregonus peled (species of whitefish originating from Arctic Russia)
pelehtiä {v}  :: to cavort
pelehtiä {v}  :: to fool around
pelehtiä {v}  :: to play
peli {n} [slang]  :: wheels (automobile)
peli {n} [sports]  :: match, game
peli {n}  :: tool, means, implement, vehicle; used especially in compound terms, e.g. ajopeli, kulkupeli, ankkuripeli
peliaika {n}  :: playing time
peliautomaatti {n}  :: An arcade game
pelihimoinen {adj}  :: Having addiction to gaming
pelihousut {n}  :: game pants (pair of pants or trousers used when playing a game)
pelihousut {n}  :: rag; in the colloquial idiomatic expression repiä pelihousunsa (lit. "to tear one's game pants") which may be translated as "to lose one's rag" (colloquial: to become angry)
peliitti {n} [geology]  :: pelite
pelikaani {n}  :: A pelican
pelikello {n}  :: game clock (clock used to time a ball game)
pelikenttä {n}  :: A playing field
pelikielto {n} [sports]  :: suspension (penalty in ice hockey and other ballgames consisting of prohibiting a player to play in one or more consecutive matches or for a period of time)
pelikonsoli {n} [video games]  :: game console, video game console
pelikortti {n}  :: A playing card, card
pelilauta {n}  :: game board
peliliivi {n} [sports]  :: bib (colourful light vest, with or without a number, worn over one's clothes to mark one's team)
pelimanni {n}  :: folk musician; especially one who plays accordion
pelimerkki {n}  :: A chip (token used in gambling to represent money)
pelimies {n} [slang]  :: womanizer, player, sport, gambler
pelinappula {n}  :: A man (piece in board games)
pelinavaus {n} [chess]  :: opening
pelinhoitaja {n} [profession]  :: banker, bank (dealer, or one who keeps the bank in a gambling house)
pelinjohtaja {n} [sports]  :: game leader (in team sports, a person responsible for keeping the game moving and assisting players to give their best contribution to the game)
pääelinkeino {n}  :: principal industry, primary industry
pelinrakentaja {n} [American football]  :: quarterback (offensive back whose primary job is to pass the ball in a play)
peliohjain {n} [computing]  :: A joypad or gamepad
pelipaikka {n} [sports]  :: position (place on the playing field, together with a set of duties, assigned to a player)
pelipaita {n}  :: A jersey (shirt worn by a member of an athletic team)
pelisääntö {n} [usually plural]  :: rule (of game)
pelissä {adv}  :: in (able to play)
peliteoria {n} [mathematics, economics]  :: game theory
pelivara {n}  :: leeway, elbowroom
peljätä {vt} [dated + partitive]  :: To fear, dread, be afraid of
pelkistää {vt} [chemistry]  :: To reduce
pelkistin {n} [chemistry]  :: A reducing agent
pelkistyä {vi} [chemistry]  :: To be(come) reduced (get electrons or lose hydrogen)
pelkistyä {vi}  :: To be(come) reduced, be(come) simplified
pelkkä {adj}  :: all
pelkkä {adj}  :: bare
pelkkä {adj}  :: mere
pelkkä {adj}  :: only, nothing but
pelkkä {adj}  :: sheer, pure
pelkka {n}  :: balk
pelko {n}  :: Fear, dread
pelkästään {adv}  :: only, merely
pelkuri {n}  :: coward
pellagra {n} [pathology]  :: pellagra
pellava {n}  :: linen
pellava {n} [plant]  :: flax
pellavakangas {n}  :: linen
pellavaöljy {n}  :: linseed oil (oil extracted from flax seeds, used as a drying agent in paints, varnishes etc.)
pellavansiemen {n}  :: linseed, flaxseed
pellavansiemenöljy {n}  :: flaxseed oil (oil of flaxseed, used as a food)
pelle {n}  :: A clown
pelleillä {v}  :: to clown, fool, play the fool
pelleily {n}  :: buffoonery (behaviour expected of a buffoon)
pellepuku {n} [military, slang]  :: camo (clothes made of camouflage fabric)
Pellervo {prop}  :: male given name
Pellervoinen {prop} [mythology]  :: A god of fields and growth in Finnish mythology
pelletoida {v}  :: to pelletize (to form into pellets)
pelletti {n}  :: pellet
Pellonpekko {prop} [mythology]  :: The god of grain in the Finnish mythology
peloissaan {adv}  :: afraid, terrified, frightened (of something = elative)
peloissaan {adv}  :: worried, anxious, apprehensive, intimidated
peloissani {adv}  :: peloissaan ("afraid") with the 1st person singular possessive suffix -ni
pelokas {adj}  :: fearful, timid
Peloponnesos {n}  :: Peloponnese
pelote {n}  :: A deterrent
pelotella {vt} [transitive + partitive]  :: To intimidate; to browbeat, bully
pelotin {n}  :: Anything that scares or makes think twice, like a scarecrow or deterrent
peloton {adj}  :: fearless, daring
pelottaa {vt} [+ genitive singular or nominative plural]  :: To scare
pelottaa {vt} [monopersonal]  :: partitive + 3rd-person singular = to be afraid, to be scared
pelottaa {vt} [+ partitive]  :: To frighten, to be intimidated or cowed by sthg
pelottava {adj}  :: daunting, discouraging
pelottava {adj}  :: frightening, scary
pelottavampi {adj}  :: comparative form of pelottava
pelottomuus {n}  :: fearlessness
pelästyä {vi}  :: to get scared, get frightened
pelätä {vt} [+ partitive]  :: To fear, dread, be afraid of
pelti {n}  :: A damper (a valve or movable plate in the flue duct of a stove, furnace, etc., used to regulate the draught of air)
pelti {n}  :: A plate (a flat, flexible, metallic object of uniform thickness). If a plate is thick enough to be stiff, it is called levy
pelti {n}  :: A sheet (a flat metal pan used for baking in oven)
pelti {n}  :: sheet metal
peltikolari {n}  :: A fender-bender (minor traffic accident that causes only easily repairable damage to the involved vehicles)
peltikorjaamo {n}  :: body shop (workshop in which damage to the bodywork of cars is repaired)
peltikorva {n}  :: tin ear (Insensitivity and inability to appreciate the elements of performed music)
pelätin {n}  :: scarecrow
pelto {n}  :: field (in farming)
peltoherkkusieni {n}  :: horse mushroom, Agaricus arvensis
peltohiiri {n}  :: striped field mouse, Apodemus agrarius
peltokana {n} [dated]  :: any bird of the family Phasianidae
peltokorte {n}  :: common horsetail or field horsetail, Equisetum arvense
Peltola {prop}  :: Any of a number of small places in Finland
Peltola {prop}  :: Finnish surname
peltoleinikki {n}  :: corn buttercup, Ranunculus arvensis (a flowering plant in the genus Ranunculus)
peltomaitikka {n} [plant]  :: field cow-wheat (Melampyrum arvense)
peltomyyrä {n}  :: field vole (Microtus agrestis)
Peltonen {prop}  :: Finnish surname
peltopillike {n}  :: bifid hemp-nettle, Galeopsis bifida
peltopyy {n}  :: A grey partridge, Perdix perdix
peltopyy {n}  :: Any bird in the genus Perdix
peltosarka {n} [agriculture]  :: bed (on field)
peltotulkku {n}  :: desert finch, Rhodospiza obsoleta
peltovillakko {n}  :: groundsel (Senecio vulgaris)
P/E-luku {n} [finance]  :: price-earnings ratio, PE ratio, P-E ratio (ratio of share price to earnings per share used as an indication of the relative value of the share)
peluri {n}  :: gambler, player
peluu {n}  :: playing (a game)
pemmikaani {n}  :: pemmican (emergency food made of dried meat, fat and sometimes other ingredients)
pemppu {n} [colloquial]  :: buttocks
penaali {n}  :: pencil case, pencil box
pendeli {n}  :: pendulum
pendelöinti {n}  :: commuting
peneplaani {n} [geography]  :: peneplain
penetraatio {n}  :: penetration
penetranssi {n} [genetics]  :: penetrance
penetroida {vt}  :: To penetrate
penger {n}  :: bank
penger {n}  :: embankment
penger {n}  :: terrace
pengerrys {n}  :: terracing
pengertää {vt}  :: To embank
pengertie {n}  :: causeway (elevated road)
peni {n} [archaic]  :: dog
penikka {n}  :: A puppy
penikka {n} [derogatory]  :: A child, brat
penikkatauti {n} [pathology, concerning animals]  :: Disease caused by the Canine Distemper Virus (CDV)
penikkatauti {n} [pathology, concerning humans]  :: Exertional compartment syndrome of the inner side of the leg(s)
penikoida {vi}  :: To pup
penikuorma {n} [obsolete]  :: A traditional measure of length equal to 10 versts
peninkulma {n}  :: A traditional measure of length equal to 10 versts
penis {n} [anatomy]  :: penis
penisilliini {n}  :: penicillin
peniskateus {n}  :: penis envy
penkere {n}  :: alternative form of penger
penkka {n}  :: bank, embankment
penkki {n}  :: bench
penkkihiomakone {n}  :: bench grinder
penkkipunnerrus {n} [weightlifting]  :: bench press
penkkiurheilu {n}  :: spectator sport
penkoa {vt}  :: To rummage
pennalismi {n}  :: Military bullying by peers
penni {n}  :: One hundredth of a markka, the Finnish currency until the introduction of euro in 2002
pennitön {adj}  :: penniless
pennonen {n}  :: diminutive form of penni
pennonen {n} [usually plural]  :: an insignificant amount of money
pensa {n} [colloquial]  :: gasoline, gas
pensaikko {n}  :: scrub, brush (vegetation of inferior quality, though sometimes thick and impenetrable, growing in poor soil)
pensaikko {n}  :: shrubbery (growth of shrubs, planted or natural)
pensas {n}  :: A bush (woody plant)
pensas {n}  :: A shrub
pensasaita {n}  :: hedge, hedgerow
pensasaro {n}  :: shrubland
pensaskataja {n}  :: A common, bush-like variant of common juniper, Juniperus communis
pensaskoira {n}  :: bush dog (Speothos venaticus)
pensasleppä {n}  :: A green alder, Alnus viridis
pensasmustikka {n}  :: highbush blueberry
pensastaa {v}  :: alternative form of pensoa
penseä {adj}  :: indifferent, lukewarm
penseys {n}  :: indifference
penska {n} [colloquial]  :: child
pensoa {vi}  :: To grow like a bush
pensseli {n}  :: paintbrush
pensselisika {n}  :: bush pig (wild pig of the genus Potamochoerus)
pensselisika {n}  :: red river hog (wild pig of the species Potamochoerus porcus)
pentaani {n} [organic compound]  :: pentane
pentaboraani {n} [chemistry]  :: pentaborane
pentagoni {n} [geometry]  :: pentagon (a polygon with five sides and five angles)
pentagrammi {n}  :: pentagram
pentametri {n}  :: pentameter
pentanoli {n} [chemistry]  :: pentanol
pentatoninen {adj} [music]  :: pentatonic
pentatoninen {adj}  :: pentatoninen asteikko = pentatonic scale
pentele {interj}  :: damn, drat, crap, heck (mild swearword)
pentlandiitti {n} [mineral]  :: pentlandite
pentobarbitaali {n} [chemistry]  :: pentobarbital
pentodi {n}  :: pentode
pentoksidi {n} [chemistry]  :: pentoxide
pentoosi {n} [chemistry]  :: pentose
pentriitti {n} [organic chemistry]  :: pentaerythritol tetranitrate (powerful explosive)
pentteri {n} [nautical]  :: pantry (small room or closet aboard a vessel, dedicated to food storage and/or storing kitchenware)
Pentti {prop}  :: male given name
Pentti {prop} [rare]  :: Finnish surname based on the given name
Penttilä {prop}  :: Any of a number of small places in Finland
Penttilä {prop}  :: Finnish surname
Penttinen {prop}  :: Finnish surname
pentu {n}  :: cub, puppy
pentu {n} [derogatory]  :: kid
pentue {n}  :: litter (offspring)
pentyyni {n} [chemistry]  :: pentyne
peoni {n}  :: peon
pääepäilty {n} [legal]  :: prime suspect
pepperoni {n}  :: A type of longish, relatively mild, pickled, yellowish green chili, often served as condiment to doner kebab
pepperoni {n}  :: pepperoni (pizza)
pepperoni {n}  :: pepperoni (sausage)
Peppi {prop}  :: female given name in regular use since the 1990s
peppu {n} [colloquial, childish]  :: bum, butt, caboose, tushie
pepsiini {n}  :: pepsin
peptidi {n} [biochemistry]  :: peptide
peptidisidos {n} [chemistry]  :: peptide bond
peptisoituminen {n}  :: peptization
perä {n} [archaic]  :: ground. The sense still lives in compound terms, such as:
perä {n} [colloquial]  :: The bottom or the ass
perä {n} [dialectal]  :: A neighbourhood
perä {n}  :: In certain idioms, the truth or the foundation
perä {n} [nautical]  :: The stern of a vessel
perä {n}  :: The aft part of anything, the rear, the back, the tail end
perä {n}  :: The butt of a gun
peräaalto {n}  :: The wash (wake of a ship), specifically the large waves produced
perata {vt}  :: To gut (a fish)
peräaukko {n} [anatomy]  :: anus
peräaukkokanava {n} [anatomy]  :: anal canal
peräaukon kohottajalihas {n} [anatomy]  :: levator ani (muscle that forms part of the pelvic floor; in humans it supports the viscera in pelvic cavity)
peregrinaatio {n} [historical]  :: A long journey abroad by the sons of noble families with the general purpose of gaining education and fostering relationships with the nobility of other countries
perehdyttäminen {n}  :: familiarization
perehtyä {vi} [+ illative]  :: to get acquainted with, make oneself familiar with, familiarize oneself with, orientate oneself, read up on
perehtyminen {n}  :: familiarization
perempi {adj} [of location]  :: further aback
perenna {n} [botany]  :: perennial plant
peräevä {n} [anatomy, of a fish]  :: An anal fin
perfekti {n} [grammar]  :: present perfect tense
perfektionismi {n}  :: perfectionism
perfektionisti {n}  :: perfectionist
perfektionistinen {adj}  :: perfectionistic
perfenatsiini {n} [pharmaceutical drug]  :: perphenazine
perfluoro-oktaanihappo {n} [chemistry]  :: perfluorooctanoic acid
perforaatio {n}  :: perforation
performanssi {n}  :: performance
perforoida {v}  :: to perforate
perfuusio {n}  :: perfusion
pergamentti {n}  :: parchment
pergamenttipaperi {n}  :: parchment (stiff paper resembling "true" parchment)
pergola {n}  :: pergola
perhana {interj}  :: darn
peräharus {n} [nautical]  :: A backstay
perhe {n}  :: family, nuclear family (parents and children, cf. suku)
perhe-elämä {n}  :: family life
perheenjäsen {n}  :: family member
perheenpää {n}  :: head of family
perhehoitaja {n} [legal]  :: foster parent
perhehoito {n}  :: foster care (formal system by which a child is cared for, in a foster family, by people other than its own parents, but without being adopted)
perhekalleus {n}  :: crown jewel (prized family possession or asset)
perhekalleus {n} [euphemism, in plural]  :: crown jewels, family jewels (male genitalia)
perhekuva {n}  :: family portrait
perhelääkäri {n}  :: family doctor
perhemajoitus {n}  :: homestay (form of tourism)
perhenimi {n}  :: cognomen
perhepäivähoitaja {n}  :: childminder
perheriita {n}  :: domestic dispute
perheterapeutti {n}  :: family therapist
perheterapia {n}  :: family therapy
perhetragedia {n}  :: family tragedy
perhetuttava {n}  :: family friend
perhetuttu {n}  :: family friend
perhevalmennus {n}  :: parent training
perheväkivalta {n}  :: domestic violence
perheyhtiö {n}  :: family business
perheyritys {n}  :: family business
perheystävä {n}  :: family friend
Perähikiä {prop} [colloquial]  :: An imaginary remote place, which is far from anything interesting; the middle of nowhere - equates to Bumfuck, Egypt in American slang and Woop Woop in Australian slang
perho {n}  :: A fly (fishing lure)
perho {n}  :: Short form of [[perhonen butterfly]], used poetically and in compound words
perhokalastus {n}  :: fly fishing
perhonen {n}  :: insect of the order Lepidoptera; butterfly, moth or skipper
perhonen {n} [sports]  :: butterfly
perhosentoukka {n}  :: caterpillar
perhoshaavi {n}  :: butterfly net
perhostaa {v}  :: to fly-fish
perhostella {v}  :: to swim the butterfly stroke
perhostus {n}  :: fly fishing
perhosuinti {n} [swimming]  :: butterfly
perhosvaikutus {n}  :: butterfly effect
perhosveitsi {n}  :: butterfly knife (folding knife with two rotating handles)
perhovapa {n}  :: fly fishing rod
periä {v} [idiomatic]  :: expression [[hukka perii to be doomed]]; literally 'wolf inherits'
periä {v}  :: to exact, tariff, dun
periä {v}  :: to inherit
periaate {n}  :: principle
periaatepäätös {n}  :: decision in principle
periaatteellinen {adj}  :: principled
periaatteellinen {adj}  :: of principle
periaatteessa {adv}  :: in principle
peridootti {n} [mineral]  :: peridot
peridotiitti {n} [geology]  :: peridotite
perifeerinen {adj}  :: peripheral
periferia {n}  :: fringe (region)
periferia {n}  :: periphery (region)
perifraasi {n} [linguistics]  :: periphrasis
perifrastinen {adj} [grammar]  :: periphrastic
perifyton {n}  :: periphyton
perigeum {n} [astronomy]  :: perigee (point in the orbit of any object which is at the shortest distance from the center of the central body)
periheli {n}  :: perihelion
perijä {n}  :: heir
perijätär {n}  :: dowager
perijätär {n}  :: heiress
perikardiitti {n} [pathology]  :: pericarditis
perikardium {n} [anatomy]  :: pericardium
perikarppi {n} [botany]  :: pericarp
perikato {n}  :: ruin, destruction, undoing
periksi {adv}  :: antaa periksi: to give up; [of supporting structures etc.] to give way
perikunta {n}  :: heirs collectively
perikuva {n}  :: An archetype
perillä {adv}  :: at the destination
perille {adv}  :: to/at the destination
perillinen {n} [legal]  :: beneficiary, heir, inheritor (one who benefits from the distribution of an estate)
perilymfa {n} [anatomy]  :: perilymph
perimä {n}  :: genome (complete genetic information of an organism)
perimä {n}  :: genotype (combination of alleles that determines a specific trait of an individual)
perimä {n}  :: inheritance (biological attributes passed hereditarily from ancestors to their offspring)
periminen {n}  :: inheritance (passing of title to an estate upon death)
perimmäinen {adj}  :: ultimate
perimätieto {n}  :: lore
perin {adv}  :: exceedingly
perinataaliaika {n}  :: perinatal period
perinataalinen {adj}  :: perinatal (of or pertaining to the time around birth)
perinatologia {n}  :: perinatology
-peräinen {adj}  :: of origin
perinne {n}  :: tradition
perinnelajike {n}  :: A heirloom (crop variety that has been passed down through generations)
perinneruoka {n}  :: traditional food
perinnöllinen {adj}  :: hereditary
perinnöllisyys {n}  :: heritability, heredity
perinnöllisyystiede {n} [biology, genetics]  :: genetics
perinnöllisyystieteilijä {n}  :: geneticist
perinnötön {adj}  :: disinherited (excluded from inheritance)
perinpohjainen {adj}  :: thorough
perinpohjaisesti {adv}  :: thoroughly
perinpohjaisuus {n}  :: thoroughness
perin pohjin {adv} [idiomatic]  :: thoroughly; radically
perintä {n}  :: debt collection
perintä {n}  :: recovery of taxes
perintö {n} [as modifier in compound terms]  :: inherited
perintö {n}  :: heritage
perintö {n}  :: inheritance
perintö {n}  :: legacy
perinteikäs {adj}  :: traditional
perinteinen {adj}  :: traditional
perinteinen {n}  :: classic skiing (style of cross-country skiing)
perinteinen hiihtotapa {n}  :: classic skiing
perinteisesti {adv}  :: traditionally
perintökaari {n} [legal]  :: law of inheritance, inheritance law (law governing inheritance and will, especially that of Finland or Sweden)
perintöprinsessa {n}  :: A runner-up (any of one or more nominated runner-ups in a beauty contest)
perintätoimisto {n}  :: collection agency
perintötuomioistuin {n} [legal]  :: probate court (court whose function is to administer estates and prove wills)
perintövero {n}  :: inheritance tax (tax charged on the beneficiaries of an estate)
periodi {n}  :: period (of time)
peräisin {adv}  :: Always used together with the verb olla (to be) signifying: to be original to, to have one's origins in, to originate from, to come from
periskooppi {n}  :: periscope
peristaltiikka {n} [physiology]  :: peristalsis (rhythmic, wave-like contraction of the digestive tract that forces food through it)
peristalttinen {adj} [physiology]  :: peristaltic
perisynti {n} [Christianity]  :: the original sin
peritoneaalidialyysi {n} [medicine]  :: peritoneal dialysis
peritoniitti {n} [pathology]  :: peritonitis
perivihollinen {n}  :: archenemy
periytyä {vi}  :: to be inherited
perjantai {n}  :: Friday
perjantaiaamu {n}  :: Friday morning
perjantai-ilta {n}  :: Friday night
perjantainen {adj}  :: Pertaining to Friday
perjantaisin {adv}  :: On Fridays
peräkanaa {adv}  :: One after another
peräkansi {n} [nautical]  :: taffrail
peräkastelli {n}  :: aftcastle, aftercastle, sterncastle (structure above the main deck in the aft of a sailship, often housing the officers' cabins)
perkeet {p}  :: parings (of fish etc.)
perkele {adj} [vulgar]  :: bloody, fucking (intensifier)
perkele {interj} [vulgar]  :: A swearword
perkele {n}  :: devil
perkele {n}  :: The Devil, Satan; also Perkele
perkeleesti {adv} [vulgar]  :: An intensifier
Peräkeula {prop}  :: The constellation Puppis
peräkkäin {adv}  :: one after the other, one after another, successively
peräkkäin {adv}  :: running
peräkkäin {adv}  :: straight, on the trot
peräkkäinen {adj}  :: successive, consecutive, serial (taking place or coming one after another)
peräkkäistulkkaus {n}  :: consecutive interpretation, consecutive interpreting
perkloorihappo {n} [chemistry]  :: perchloric acid
perkolaatio {n}  :: percolation
perkolointi {n}  :: percolation
peräkärry {n} [colloquial]  :: A light trailer suitable to be pulled by a small vehicle
perkussio {n}  :: percussion
perkussionisti {n}  :: percussionist
perälauta {n}  :: tailgate, tailboard (hinged board or hatch at the rear of a vehicle)
perliitti {n} [metallurgy]  :: pearlite (lamellar structure in steel)
perliitti {n}  :: perlite (volcanic glass)
permanentti {n}  :: permanent (chemical hair treatment)
permanganaatti {n} [chemistry]  :: permanganate
permanto {n} [archaic]  :: floor
permanto {n} [gymnastics]  :: floor
permanto {n} [theater]  :: parquet, stall
permeaasi {n}  :: permease
permeanssi {n} [physics]  :: permeance
perämerenmaruna {n} [botany]  :: Artemisia campestris subsp. bottnica, a highly endangered subspecies of ketomaruna (field sagewort), which occurs naturally only on the sandy shores of the Bothnian Bay
Perämeri {prop}  :: The Bay of Bothnia, Bothnian Bay
permetriini {n} [chemistry]  :: permethrin
perämies {n} [aviation, rank]  :: first officer, co-pilot
perämies {n}  :: coxswain (in a rowing crew, the member who steers the shell and coordinates the power and rhythm of the rowers)
perämies {n} [nautical]  :: helmsman (member of a ship's crew who is responsible for steering)
perämies {n} [nautical, rank]  :: chief officer, first mate, chief mate
perämies {n}  :: sweep (person who steers a dragon boat or surf boat)
permikausi {n}  :: Permian, Permian period
permikautinen {adj}  :: Permian
permiläinen {adj}  :: Permic (of or pertainig to Permians, their languages and culture)
permiläinen {n}  :: Permian (person belonging to Komi or Udmurt people)
permitiivisyys {n}  :: permittivity
perämoottori {n} [nautical]  :: outboard motor
permutaatio {n}  :: permutation
perään {adv}  :: Used to indicate that something goes, has gone or will go toward something else that has gone already; the corresponding English structure is usually "after + headword"
perään {postp}  :: genitive + ~: after; used to indicate movement towards something that is going or has gone away from the subject of the sentence
perään {postp}  :: genitive + ~: into; used to indicate liking
perna {n} [anatomy]  :: spleen
peräänantamaton {adj}  :: unyielding, never-say-die, indomitable
peräänantamattomuus {n}  :: The property of being unyielding; stubbornness
pernarutto {n} [pathology]  :: anthrax
pernisiöösi {adj} [medicine]  :: pernicious
peräänkuuluttaa {v}  :: to call for, demand (to demand something publicly, especially in politics)
perääntyä {v}  :: to back off, back away
perääntyä {v}  :: to retreat
perääntyä {v}  :: to stand back
peroksidi {n} [chemistry]  :: peroxide
peronismi {n} [politics]  :: Peronism
peräpää {n}  :: back (the part of something that goes last)
peräpää {n}  :: rear
peräparras {n} [nautical]  :: tafferel
peräpeili {n}  :: A carved ornament on the stern of a vessel, a badge
peräpuikko {n}  :: suppository
peräpukama {n} [medicine]  :: hemorrhoid
peräpuoli {n}  :: The hind part of anything, but especially that of a man, an animal, a boat or a ship
peräranka {n} [nautical]  :: A sternpost
peräruiske {n} [medicine]  :: enema
persaukinen {adj} [vulgar]  :: broke
persaus {n} [colloquial]  :: A hinder (the buttocks); often used in plural: persaukset
perse {interj} [vulgar]  :: shit, fuck
perse {n} [vulgar]  :: arse, ass, asshole
perseennuolija {n} [vulgar, derogatory]  :: ass-licker; sycophant
perseet olalla {phrase} [idiomatic, vulgar]  :: shit-faced, rat-arsed, heavily drunk (under the influence of large amount of alcohol)
perseet olalle {phrase} [idiomatic, vulgar]  :: shit-faced, rat-arsed (to the state of heavy drunkenness)
Persefone {prop} [Greek god]  :: Persephone
perseidit {n} [astronomy]  :: The Perseids
peräseinä {n}  :: back wall (wall forming the back side of a structure)
perseääliö {n} [vulgar]  :: A person whose idiotic behaviour surpasses that of a normal moron; a dumbass
persentiili {n} [statistics]  :: percentile
perseptiivinen {adj}  :: perceptive
perseptio {n}  :: A perception
persereikä {n} [anatomy, vulgar]  :: asshole (anus)
persereikä {n} [vulgar, of a person]  :: asshole, jerk, asswipe
persereikä {n} [vulgar, of a place]  :: shithole
Perseus {prop} [constellation]  :: The constellation Perseus
Perseus {prop} [Greek mythology]  :: Perseus
persia {n} [dated]  :: The modern Persian language
persia {n}  :: The old Persian language
Persia {prop}  :: Persia
persialainen {adj}  :: Persian
persialainen {n}  :: Persian (person)
persianapila {n}  :: Persian clover, shaftal, Trifolium resupinatum (annual clover used as fodder and hay)
persiankielinen {adj}  :: Expressed in Persian language
persiankielinen {adj}  :: Speaking Persian
Persianlahti {prop}  :: The Persian Gulf
persikka {n}  :: peach (fruit)
persikkahapero {n}  :: A brittlegill, Russula violeipes
persikkapuu {n}  :: peach tree
persilja {n}  :: parsley
persiljaseitikki {n} [mushroom]  :: A webcap, Cortinarius sulfurinus
persiljavoi {n}  :: butter flavored with parsley
persimon {n}  :: persimmon
persimoni {n}  :: persimmon
peräsin {n}  :: rudder
persläpi {n} [vulgar]  :: asshole, anus
perso {adj}  :: greedy for something
perso {adj}  :: The noun sweet tooth may be used when the greed is for sweet things in general
personaaliunioni {n}  :: personal union
personalismi {n}  :: personalism
personal trainer {n}  :: personal trainer
personifikaatio {n}  :: personification
personifioida {vt}  :: To personify
personifiointi {n}  :: personification
personoida {v}  :: to personalize (to adapt something to the needs of an individual)
personoida {v}  :: to personalize (to represent something abstract as a person; to embody)
personoida {v}  :: to personify (to be an example of; to have all the attributes of)
personoida {v}  :: to personify (to create a representation of an abstract quality in the form of a literary character)
personointi {n}  :: personification
persoona {n} [grammar]  :: person, grammatical person (linguistic category used to distinguish between the speaker of an utterance and those to whom or about whom he is speaking)
persoona {n}  :: personality
persoona {n} [rare]  :: person (human being; individual)
persoonallinen {adj}  :: distinctive (characteristic or typical to somebody)
persoonallisesti {adv}  :: personally (in a personal manner)
persoonallisuus {n}  :: personality
persoonallisuushäiriö {n} [psychology]  :: personality disorder
persoonallisuustesti {n} [psychology]  :: A personality test
persoonapronomini {n} [grammar]  :: A personal pronoun
persoonapääte {n} [grammar]  :: personal suffix
persoonaton {adj}  :: impersonal
persoonattomampi {adj}  :: comparative form of persoonaton
persoonattomin {adj}  :: superlative form of persoonaton
persoonaunioni {n}  :: personal union
perspano {n} [vulgar]  :: butt-fucking, butt sex (anal sex act)
perspektiivi {n}  :: perspective (appearance of depth in objects)
perspektiivi {n}  :: perspective (view, vista or outlook)
persreikä {n}  :: alternative form of persereikä
perässä {adv}  :: behind, later, afterward
perästäpäin {adv}  :: afterwards
persu {n} [colloquial]  :: perussuomalainen (true Finn; member or supporter of the Finnish political party Perussuomalaiset)
peräsuolentulehdus {n} [pathology]  :: proctitis (inflammation of the anus and the lining of the rectum)
peräsuoli {n} [anatomy]  :: rectum
peräsuolioppi {n} [medicine]  :: proctology
peräsuolisyöpä {n} [pathology]  :: rectal cancer
persus {n} [colloquial, somewhat vulgar]  :: behind, bottom, backside, bum, can (buttocks)
persvako {n} [anatomy, vulgar]  :: ass crack
perätä {vt}  :: to dun, inquire, try to find out; especially in a demanding tone
Perth {prop}  :: Perth (any place called Perth in English)
peräti {adv}  :: Used as fortifier for adjectives, most proper translation into English being often "very" or "quite"
peräti {adv}  :: Used with numerals to indicate that the figure is either in high or low end of the ordinary range. Translated into English as "as much as, up to, even" or "as little as"
perätilasynnytys {n}  :: breech birth
peräti yli {adv}  :: even more
pertsa {n} [informal]  :: classic, classic skiing (style of cross-country skiing)
Pertti {prop}  :: male given name
perättäinen {adj}  :: A variant of peräkkäinen
Perttu {prop}  :: male given name
Perttula {prop}  :: Any of a number of small places in Finland
Perttula {prop}  :: Finnish surname
pertuska {n}  :: a battle axe
pertuska {n}  :: a partisan (type of spear)
pertuska {n}  :: a wide-bladed axe used to cut thickets or peat
perätuuppari {n} [nautical, informal]  :: kicker (outboard motor, especially a small one)
perätysten {adv}  :: one after the other, in a row
peru {n}  :: heritage
peru {n}  :: origin
Peru {prop}  :: Peru
perua {vt} [colloquial]  :: To cancel, call off
perua {vt}  :: To withdraw, renege on, retract, (colloquially) take back, go back on, bum out on
peruke {n} [fishing]  :: wire trace, snood
perukka {n}  :: A back end, out-of-the-way corner or place; often used in plural (a place which is remote or otherwise difficult to reach)
perulainen {adj}  :: Peruvian
perulainen {n}  :: Peruvian
peruna {n}  :: potato, Solanum tuberosum (plant and the tuber)
perunajauho {n}  :: potato flour
perunakellari {n}  :: potato cellar
perunakuokka {n}  :: potato hook
perunakuutio {n}  :: potato cube
perunalaatikko {n}  :: Traditional Finnish potato casserole
perunalastu {n}  :: potato chip [US], potato crisp [UK]
perunamakkara {n}  :: A kind of sausage made with potato
perunamuhennos {n}  :: smashed potatoes
perunamuusi {n}  :: mashed potatoes
perunankuori {n}  :: potato skin
perunarupi {n}  :: common scab, as a relatively harmless variety of scab
perunarutto {n}  :: potato blight (plant disease)
perunasalaatti {n}  :: potato salad
perunasäkki {n}  :: potato sack
perunasäkki {n}  :: sackful of potatoes
perunasose {n}  :: smashed potatoes
perunatärkkelys {n}  :: potato starch
perus {n} [architecture, rare]  :: foundation
perus- {prefix}  :: basic, elemental, fundamental, rudimentary, normal, typical, average
perus- {prefix}  :: primal
perusasia {n}  :: essential (something basic, elementary or indispensable)
perusaste {n} [grammar]  :: positive
peruselintarvike {n}  :: staple (basic food stuff)
perushyödyke {n}  :: primary good
peruskallio {n}  :: bedrock
peruskirja {n}  :: charter (document issued by an authority, creating a public or private institution, and defining its purposes and privileges)
peruskirja {n}  :: charter (similar document conferring rights and privileges on a person, corporation etc.)
peruskivi {n}  :: cornerstone (ceremonial stone set at the foundation of a building, often in the corner and inscribed with the completion year and other details)
peruskivi {n} [figuratively]  :: cornerstone (that which is prominent, fundamental, noteworthy, or central)
peruskorjata {v}  :: to renovate, restore (especially of a building or a piece of machinery, to bring back to a previous or better condition or state)
peruskorjaus {n}  :: major overhaul, complete renovation (thorough reparation of a building or structure)
peruskoulu {n}  :: In the Finnish school system the 9-year comprehensive school starting at age of 7 years
peruskoulutus {n}  :: basic education
peruskoulutus {n} [military]  :: basic training
peruslaskutoimitus {n} [math]  :: arithmetic operation
peruslause {n} [logic, mathematics]  :: axiom
peruslämpö {n}  :: core temperature
perusluku {n} [grammar]  :: cardinal number
perusmetalli {n}  :: base metal [common metal]
perusmuoto {n} [linguistics]  :: lemma, basic form (canonical form of an inflected word; ie the form usually found in dictionaries)
perusoikeus {n}  :: fundamental right, basic right (right regarded as belonging without presumption to all human beings under a given jurisdiction, or universally)
perusolemus {n}  :: essence
perusoletus {n}  :: fundamental assumption, basic assumption
perusoletus {n}  :: principle (fundamental assumption)
perusosa {n}  :: A basic element or fundamental part of anything
perusosa {n} [linguistics]  :: head (morpheme that determines the category of a compound)
peruspalvelu {n}  :: Those government services which are considered to serve the basic human needs, usually understood to include health and social services
peruspalveluministeri {n}  :: The Minister of Health and Social Services in the Finnish government
perussopimus {n}  :: framework agreement (an agreement on general terms of cooperation between two or more parties, which forms the basis for more detailed or ad hoc agreements)
perussuomalainen {n}  :: A member of the Finnish political party Perussuomalaiset, known in English as the "Finns Party"
perussuomalainen {n}  :: A typical, normal, average Finn
perusta {n}  :: base, foundation
perusta {n}  :: basis
perustaa {vt}  :: To base (on = illative)
perustaa {vt}  :: To establish, found, set up, institute
perustaja {n}  :: founder
perustajaurakointi {n} [construction]  :: real estate development, property development (business activity in which a construction contractor also acts as property developer)
perustajaurakoitsija {n}  :: A real estate developer or property developer, who also constructs; often originally a construction contractor who has gotten involved in development in order to increase its profit margin
perustaminen {n}  :: foundation (act of founding)
perustanta {n} [business]  :: founding
perustarvike {n}  :: A staple, as a basic or essential supply
perustavanlaatuinen {adj}  :: basic, fundamental
peruste {n}  :: A basis, as foundation for an argument or hypothesis
peruste {n}  :: An argument, as a fact or statement used to support a proposition
peruste {n}  :: A principle, as fundamental assumption or foundation of a theory
peruste {n}  :: A reason, as a thought or a consideration offered in support, explanation or as cause of an opinion, a conclusion or an action
peruste {n}  :: grounds, as basis or justification
perusteella {adv}  :: based on, on the grounds of
perusteellinen {adj}  :: thorough
perusteellisesti {adv}  :: thoroughly
perusteeton {adj}  :: gratuitous, unjustified, uncalled-for, unfounded (not called for by the circumstances; without reason, cause, or proof)
perustekijä {n}  :: fundamental factor
perustella {vt}  :: To justify, to provide an explanation for
perusteltavissa {adv}  :: arguable (that can be plausibly defended in an argument)
perusteltu {adj}  :: justifiable (that can be justified)
perustelu {n}  :: rationale, argument (process of reasoning)
perusteos {n}  :: seminal work
perustiedot {n}  :: elementary knowledge, basic knowledge, basics
perustiedot {n}  :: grounding
perustiedot {n}  :: working knowledge
perustua {vi} [of an opinion, + illative]  :: To be based on, be grounded in
perustua {vi} [of a work of art, + illative]  :: To be based on
perustua {vi} [of some sort of system, + illative]  :: To be founded on, be based on, rest on
perusturva {n}  :: basic social security (the minimum level of social security to which the poorest people are entitled)
perustus {n}  :: Foundation, groundwork
perustuslaillinen {adj}  :: constitutional (of or relating to a constitution, a law)
perustuslaki {n}  :: Constitution (the formal or informal system of primary principles and laws that regulates a government or other institutions; a legal document describing such a formal system)
perustuslakioikeus {n} [legal]  :: constitutional law
perustuslakivaliokunta {n}  :: (in the Finnish Parliament) The Constitutional Law Committee
perusväite {n}  :: axiom (especially in philosophy)
perusvuorovaikutus {n} [physics]  :: fundamental interaction
peruukki {n}  :: wig (head of artificial hair)
peruuntua {vi}  :: to be canceled, be withdrawn, be called off, be revoked
peruuttaa {vi} [of a vehicle]  :: To back, (of a computer) to backspace
peruuttaa {vt}  :: ~ avioliitto = to annul a marriage
peruuttaa {vt}  :: ~ käsky = to countermand an order
peruuttaa {vt}  :: ~ sopimus = to nullify a contract
peruuttaa {vt}  :: To revoke, cancel, call off, invalidate
peruuttaa {vt}  :: To withdraw, retract, rescind, recant, renege, take back (a statement)
peruutus {n}  :: A cancellation
peruutus {n}  :: A revocation
peruutus {n}  :: A withdrawal
peruutuspeili {n}  :: rear-view mirror
perävako {n} [anatomy]  :: anal cleft
perävalo {n}  :: taillight (one of a pair of red lights, mounted on the rear of a vehicle)
perävannas {n} [nautical]  :: A sternpost
perävaunu {n} [vehicles]  :: A trailer (any kind)
perversio {n}  :: perversion
perverssi {adj}  :: perverted
pervo {n}  :: perv
pesä {n} [baseball, pesäpallo]  :: base
pesä {n} [colloquial]  :: vagina
pesä {n} [curling]  :: house
pesä {n}  :: den (home of certain animals)
pesä {n}  :: hive (structure, which a swarm of honeybees inhabits or has inhabited)
pesä {n} [legal]  :: estate (property of a deceased person)
pesä {n}  :: nest (cozy residence)
pesä {n}  :: nest (hideout for bad people to frequent)
pesä {n}  :: nest (parental home)
pesä {n}  :: nest (structure built by a bird or other animal as a place to incubate eggs and hatch and/or rear young)
pesaista {vt}  :: To wash quickly
pescovegetaristi {n}  :: pescetarian
peseta {n}  :: peseta
peseytyä {vi}  :: to wash oneself, wash up
pesiä {v}  :: To nest
pesijä {n}  :: nester
pesijä {n}  :: washer
pääesikunta {n} [military]  :: (main, supreme etc.) headquarters (central command centre of a military organization)
pesimäaika {n}  :: nesting time
pesintä {n}  :: nesting
pesis {n} [colloquial]  :: Finnish baseball, pesäpallo
pesiytyä {v}  :: to nest (to make a nest, settle into a nest)
pesäke {n}  :: hot spot (center of dangerous activity, normally used with a modifier to specify the kind of danger, as in kriisipesäke)
pesäke {n} [microbiology]  :: colony (of bacteria e.g. in a Petri dish)
pesäke {n} [military]  :: nest (as in: machine gun nest)
pesäke {n} [pathology]  :: growth (mass of cells affected by a disease)
pesäkekovettumatauti {n} [pathology]  :: multiple sclerosis
peski {n}  :: A type of reindeer fur coat
pesämuna {n}  :: nest egg (egg placed in a bird's nest, to encourage the bird to lay its own eggs there)
pesämuna {n}  :: nest egg (savings)
pesänhoitaja {n} [legal]  :: administrator, estate administrator (someone appointed to administer a bankruptcy estate)
pesänjakaja {n}  :: executor, administrator (someone appointed by a testator to administer a will)
peso {n}  :: peso (currency)
Pesonen {prop}  :: Finnish surname
pesäpallo {n}  :: A variety of baseball developed in Finland in 1920's. There's no "official" translation into English, but "Finnish baseball" might be used, or simply "baseball" in contexts where the differences between the two games are not essential
pesäpallo {n}  :: The ball used in the game of pesäpallo
pesäpalloilija {n}  :: A pesäpallo player
pesäpalloilu {n}  :: The sport and practice of playing pesäpallo
pessaari {n}  :: A cervical cap, pessary (female contraceptive device)
pessaari {n}  :: A pessary (medical device used to treat the prolapse of the uterus)
pessimismi {n}  :: pessimism
pessimisti {n}  :: pessimist
pessimistinen {adj}  :: pessimistic
pessimistisesti {adv}  :: pessimistically
pestä {vt} [colloquial]  :: to win
pestä {vt}  :: To launder
pestä {vt}  :: To wash
pestata {v}  :: to hire
pestautua {v}  :: to sign up, to sign on, to enlist oneself, to hire oneself out
pesti {n}  :: job, task
pestisidi {n}  :: pesticide
pestä kätensä {phrase} [idiomatic]  :: wash one's hands of (to absolve oneself of responsibility or future blame for; to refuse to have any further involvement with)
pesto {n}  :: pesto
pesu {n}  :: wash, washing
pesuaine {n}  :: detergent
pesuallas {n}  :: A sink (washbasin)
pesuallas {n}  :: A washbasin
pesue {n}  :: A litter (animals born in one birth)
pesuhuone {n}  :: shower room, bath room
pesujauhe {n}  :: washing powder (powder used e.g. in washing clothes)
pesukarhu {n}  :: raccoon (any species in the genus Procyon)
pesukarhu {n}  :: raccoon, Procyon lotor
pesukone {n}  :: washing machine
pesula {n}  :: laundry (place or room where laundering is done)
pesuneste {n}  :: washing liquid
pesusieni {n}  :: bath sponge (Spongia officinalis)
pesusieni {n}  :: sponge, bath sponge (implement for washing)
pesusienikurkku {n}  :: A loofah, luffa, a tropical vine of the species Luffa aegyptiaca
pesusooda {n}  :: washing soda, soda ash, Na2CO3
pesutupa {n}  :: laundry room
pesuvesi {n}  :: gray water, greywater (washing water as wastewater)
pesuvesi {n}  :: water used in washing
pesye {n}  :: alternative form of pesue
peta- {prefix}  :: peta-
petankisti {n}  :: pétanque player
petankki {n}  :: pétanque
petatavu {n} [computing]  :: petabyte
petetty {adj}  :: betrayed, short-changed, put-upon
peti {n} [colloquial]  :: bed
petidiini {n} [chemistry]  :: pethidine
petiitti {n} [typography]  :: brevier
petikaveri {n}  :: bedfellow
petipuhe {n}  :: pillow talk
petäjä {n}  :: A large, lone pine tree
petkel {n}  :: pestle
petkele {n}  :: alternative form of petkel
petkuttaa {v}  :: to cheat
petkuttaja {n}  :: cheater
petkutus {n}  :: hoax, spoof, cheat
peto {n}  :: carnivore
peto {n}  :: meat-eating beast, predator
peto {n}  :: monster
petoeläin {n}  :: carnivore, any member of the order Carnivora
petokala {n}  :: predatory fish
petolintu {n}  :: bird of prey
petollinen {adj}  :: treacherous, deceptive, perfidious
petollisesti {adv}  :: treacherously, deceptively
petollisuus {n}  :: treacherousness
petomainen {adj}  :: beastlike
petomainen {adj} [figuratively]  :: predatory
petos {n} [legal]  :: fraud
petosyritys {n}  :: deceit (attempt to deceit)
petra {n} [dialectal]  :: alternative form of peura
Petra {prop}  :: female given name
petrata {vt} [colloquial]  :: to better, to improve
Petri {prop}  :: male given name
petrimalja {n}  :: A Petri dish
petrografia {n}  :: petrography
petrokemia {n} [chemistry]  :: petrochemistry
petrokemiallinen {adj}  :: petrochemical
petrokemikaali {n}  :: petrochemical
petroli {n}  :: kerosene (US), paraffin (UK)
petroli {n} [military slang]  :: battery acid (coffee)
petrologi {n}  :: petrologist
petrologia {n}  :: petrology
petrologinen {adj}  :: petrologic
Petsamo {prop} Pechenga, or ru|Печенга (Pečenga) in Russian
petsi {n}  :: stain (substance)
pettää {vi}  :: To give way, break down, fall/tumble down
pettää {vt}  :: To betray
pettää {vt}  :: To cheat, con, swindle, defraud
pettää {vt}  :: To cheat on (to be unfaithful to)
pettää {vt}  :: To deceive, delude, mislead
pettää {vt}  :: To let down, disappoint, desert, fail
Petteri {prop}  :: male given name
Petteri Punakuono {prop}  :: Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
pettäjä {n}  :: traitor, betrayer, deceiver
pettu {n} [botany]  :: bark
pettuleipä {n}  :: A bread whose ingredients include pine bark; it was eaten during famines when the crop had failed
petturi {n}  :: traitor
pettyä {vi}  :: To be disappointed
pettymys {n}  :: disappointment
pettymys {n}  :: disenchantment, letdown
pettymys {n}  :: olla ~ : to be disappointing
pettynyt {adj}  :: disappointed, unsatisfied
pettynyt {adj}  :: disenchanted
petunia {n}  :: petunia
peuhapaikka {n}  :: playroom, playing corner (room or corner dedicated for children's playing)
peuhata {v}  :: to romp, frolic, play
peuhupaikka {n}  :: alternative term for peuhapaikka
peuhuta {v}  :: alternative form of peuhata
peuhutunti {n}  :: play hour (event of physical but non-sportive playing for kids, especially one that is supervised)
peukalo {n}  :: thumb
peukaloida {v}  :: To tamper, meddle with
peukaloinen {n}  :: Eurasian wren, Troglodytes troglodytes
Peukaloinen {prop}  :: Tom Thumb
peukalo keskellä kämmentä {phrase} [idiomatic]  :: all thumbs (clumsy; awkward; not dextrous)
peukalokyyti {n}  :: hitchhiking
peukalokyytiläinen {n}  :: hitchhiker
Peukalo-Liisa {prop}  :: Thumbelina
peukalonjälki {n}  :: thumbprint
peukalopotti {n} [childish]  :: thumb
peukaloputti {n} [childish]  :: alternative form of peukalopotti
peukaloruuvi {n}  :: thumbscrew
peukalosääntö {n}  :: rule of thumb
peukalovarvas {n} [anatomy, colloquial]  :: big toe
peukku {n} [colloquial]  :: thumb
peura {n}  :: Any medium-sized deer of unspecified species
peura {n}  :: A reindeer or a caribou, a general term used to refer to the deer species Rangifer tarandus and its twelve sub-species
peura {n}  :: A short form of metsäpeura, the Finnish forest reindeer, Rangifer tarandus fennicus
peuranliha {n}  :: deer, venison
peuranmetsästys {n}  :: deer hunting
peurannahka {n}  :: deerskin
peuranpyynti {n}  :: deer hunting
peuranvasa {n}  :: The fawn of a deer
pezzotaiitti {n}  :: pezzottaite
pfennig {n}  :: pfennig
pöhö {n} [pathology]  :: edema
pH-asteikko {n} [chemistry]  :: pH scale (scale for measuring acidity and alcality of a substance)
päheä {adj} [colloquial]  :: cool
pöheikkö {n}  :: thicket
päähenkilö {n}  :: protagonist, hero
philanderinopossumi {n}  :: gray four-eyed opossum, Philander opossum
philanderinvillapussirotta {n}  :: bare-tailed woolly opossum, white-eared opossum, Caluromys philander
pH-indikaattori {n} [chemistry]  :: pH indicator
päähine {n}  :: headdress, headwear
päähine {n}  :: headgear, head covering, headcover
pöhkö {n}  :: A fool
pähkähullu {adj}  :: raving mad, mad as a hatter, insane
pähkähullu {n}  :: A raving mad person
pähkinä {n}  :: hazel
pähkinä {n}  :: nut
pähkinä {n}  :: puzzle, riddle; difficult problem
pähkinähakki {n}  :: spotted nutcracker, Eurasian nutcracker, nutcracker, Nucifraga caryocatactes
pähkinänakkeli {n}  :: Eurasian nuthatch, Sitta europaea
pähkinänkuoressa {adv} [idiomatic]  :: in a nutshell
pähkinänkuori {n}  :: nutshell
pähkinänrousku {n}  :: A milk-cap, Lactarius pyrogalus
pähkinänsärkijä {n}  :: nutcracker (tool for breaking nuts)
pähkinäpensas {n} [plant]  :: A member of the taxonomic genus Corylus
pähkinäpensas {n} [plant]  :: common hazel, Corylus avellana
pähkinäpuu {n}  :: walnut (tree, wood)
pähkylä {n} [botany]  :: achene (type of dry fruit, in botanical sense of the word)
päähänpiintymä {n}  :: idée fixe (idea dominating the mind)
päähänpinttymä {n}  :: alternative form of päähänpiintymä
päähänpisto {n}  :: A whim, freak, vagary, caprice
photoshopata {v}  :: to photoshop (to digitally edit or alter a digital image)
pöhöttyä {v}  :: To bloat, swell
phui {interj}  :: yuck
päähuivi {n}  :: headscarf
phyi {interj}  :: yuck
piä {n} [dialectal, eastern]  :: head
-pi {suffix} [personal, dialectal]  :: Forms the third-person singular indicative present of verbs
piaffe {n}  :: piaffe (movement)
piaffi {n}  :: piaffe (movement)
piakkoin {adv}  :: In the near future, soon
pian {adv}  :: soon
pianismi {n} [music]  :: pianism
pianisti {n}  :: pianist
piano {n}  :: piano
pianokoulu {n}  :: piano school
pianokvartetto {n} [music]  :: piano quartet
pianomusiikki {n}  :: piano music
pianonsoittaja {n}  :: pianist
pianonviritys {n} [music]  :: piano tuning
piano-oppilas {n}  :: piano student
pianosonaatti {n} [music]  :: piano sonata
pianotuoli {n}  :: piano bench
picardienpaimenkoira {n}  :: Berger Picard
picassokala {n}  :: lagoon triggerfish, Picassofish, Rhinecanthus aculeatus
piccolo {n}  :: alternative spelling of pikkolo
piccolohuilu {n} [musical instruments]  :: piccolo
piccolo-pullo {n}  :: alternative form of pikkolopullo
piccolopullo {n}  :: alternative spelling of pikkolopullo
pidellä {vt}  :: To hold, to handle
pidempi {adj}  :: comparative form of pitkä
pidentää {vt}  :: To elongate
pidentää {vt}  :: To lengthen
pidentää {vt}  :: To prolong
pidentyä {vi}  :: To lengthen
pidetä {vi}  :: To grow longer; to lengthen
pidetty {adj}  :: liked
pidä hauskaa {phrase}  :: Have fun! (2nd person singular)
pidike {n}  :: holder, support
pidin {n}  :: holder, bracket
pidäke {n}  :: hamper (anything which impedes)
pidäkkeetön {adj}  :: unrestrained
pidot {n} [pluralonly]  :: feast, banquet (usually a traditional one)
pidätellä {v}  :: to hold back
pidätellä {v}  :: to hold, especially a physical need
pidätellä {v}  :: to restrain
pidätellä {v}  :: to suppress
pidätetty {adj} [legal]  :: under arrest, arrested
pidätin {n}  :: clog, stop
pidättää {v} [physics, + partitive]  :: to absorb
pidättää {vt} [+ accusative]  :: to hold back, restrain, hinder, curb; to suppress; to suspend
pidättää {vt} [+ accusative]  :: to reserve (a right)
pidättää {vt} [+ accusative]  :: to withhold, deduct (advance taxes)
pidättää {vt} [law, + accusative]  :: to arrest, detain, apprehend, place under arrest, take into custody, put in detention, put under custody (both in legal contexts and elsewhere)
pidättää {vt} [+ partitive]  :: to delay, detain, slow down, hold up
pidättyä {vi}  :: To refrain
pidättynyt {adj}  :: reserved (slow to reveal emotion)
pidättäytyä {v}  :: To abstain or refrain (from doing something = active 3rd infinitive in elative)
pidättyväinen {adj}  :: Abstemious, temperate, moderate (with alcohol)
pidättyväinen {adj}  :: Continent, celibate, abstinent (in respect to sex)
pidättyväinen {adj}  :: Reserved, reticent, inhibited
pidättyväinen {adj}  :: Retiring, withdrawn, aloof, standoffish, distant
pidättyväisyys {n}  :: Abstention, temperance, moderation (with alcohol)
pidättyväisyys {n}  :: Continence, abstinence, celibacy
pidättyväisyys {n}  :: Reserve, reticence, inhibition
pidättyväisyys {n}  :: Withdrawal, aloofness, standoffishness, distance
pidätys {n}  :: arrest, seizure
pidätys {n}  :: detention
pidätyskyky {n} [medicine]  :: continence (ability to control one's urination and defecation)
pidätysmääräys {n}  :: arrest warrant
pidätysoikeus {n} [legal]  :: distraint (legal right of a landlord to seize the property of a tenant in the event of nonpayment of rent)
piehtaroida {vi}  :: To roll on ground; to wallow, welter
piekana {n}  :: rough-legged buzzard (Buteo lagopus)
pieksää {vt}  :: to beat, trash
pieleen {adv}  :: wrong (in a way that isn't right)
pielestää {v} [agriculture]  :: To build a pieles
pieli {n}  :: gatepost
pieli {n}  :: jamb, post; doorjamb, doorpost (vertical component forming the sides of a door frame, window frame or other opening in a wall)
pieli {n} [nautical, archaic]  :: mast
pieli {n} [usually with attribute or modifier]  :: side
pielikukka {n}  :: pelargonium, storksbill
pien {adj}  :: The stem of the adjective [[pieni little, small]]. Appears as modifier in compound words
pien- {prefix}  :: small, micro-
piena {n}  :: cleat
pienaakkonen {n}  :: lowercase letter (one of the letters a,b,c.. as opposed to A,B,C..)
pienase {n}  :: small arms
pienehkö {adj}  :: quite small, smallish
pieneksyä {v}  :: To belittle
pieneliö {n}  :: microorganism
pienellä painettu {adj}  :: fine print
pienempi {adj}  :: comparative form of pieni
pienennys {n}  :: diminishment, reduction (act of making smaller)
pienennysleikkaus {n} [medicine]  :: reduction surgery (surgery to reduce the size of an organ or a part of body)
pienennysmuoto {n} [grammar]  :: diminutive
pienenpieni {adj}  :: minute (very small), tiny
pienentää {vt}  :: to make smaller
pienentää {vt}  :: to reduce, diminish
pienentyä {vi}  :: To diminish
pienentyä {vi}  :: To grow smaller
pienestä pitäen {adv} [idiomatic]  :: since one was child, since one's childhood
pienetä {vi}  :: To grow smaller
pienet häpyhuulet {n} [anatomy]  :: the labia minora
pieni {adj}  :: little, small
pieniä {vi}  :: To cut into pieces
Pieni hevonen {prop}  :: The constellation Equuleus
pieniin päin {phrase} [euphemistic]  :: with child (pregnant)
Pieni karhu {prop}  :: Ursa Minor, Little Dipper
pieni kohtaus {n} [pathology, epilepsy]  :: petit mal
Pieni koira {prop}  :: The constellation Canis Minor, the Lesser Dog
pienikokoinen {adj}  :: small-sized
Pieni leijona {prop}  :: The constellation Leo Minor
pienilläkin padoilla on korvat {proverb}  :: little pitchers have big ears
pienilmasto {n}  :: microclimate
Pieni Magellanin pilvi {prop} [astronomy]  :: Small Magellanic Cloud
pienimittakaavainen {adj}  :: small-scale (of a map or drawing, drawn in a scale which does not allow showing of much detail)
pienimünsterinseisoja {n}  :: Small Münsterländer
pieni monikulmaluu {n} [anatomy]  :: trapezoid bone (os trapezoideum)
pienimuotoinen {adj}  :: small-scale
pienin {adj}  :: superlative form of pieni
pienin yhteinen nimittäjä {n}  :: The lowest common denominator
Pieni Otava {prop}  :: Little Dipper (asterism)
pienipäinen {adj} [pathology]  :: microcephalic (having an abnormally small head)
pienipäinen {adj}  :: small-headed
pienipäisyys {n} [pathology]  :: microcephaly
pieni verenkierto {n}  :: pulmonary circulation
pienjännite {n} [electrical engineering]  :: low voltage
pienloistelamppu {n}  :: compact fluorescent lamp
piennar {n}  :: headland (unplowed boundary of a field)
piennar {n}  :: The shoulder of a road
piennarherkkusieni {n}  :: An agaric, Agaricus subperonatus or Agaricus vaporarius
pienois- {n}  :: miniature
pienoisbussi {n}  :: minibus
pienoisgolf {n} [colloquial]  :: miniature golf
pienoisjännite {n} [electrical engineering]  :: extra-low voltage
pienoiskoko {n}  :: in inessive case also: microcosm
pienoiskoko {n}  :: miniature size
pienoismalli {n}  :: microcosm
pienoismalli {n}  :: miniature, model
pienoisromaani {n}  :: novella
pientalo {n}  :: A small residential building, small house
pientalo {n}  :: bungalow (small house or cottage usually having a single story)
pientare {n}  :: alternative form of piennar
pientietokone {n} [computing]  :: minicomputer
pienuus {n}  :: smallness
pienviljelijä {n}  :: smallholder
pienyrittäjä {n}  :: A small entrepreneur (owner of a small business)
pienyritys {n}  :: small enterprise
pieraista {vi}  :: To fart (once)
piereksiä {vt}  :: to fart (repeatedly)
piereskellä {v}  :: To fart (repeatedly)
pierrä {v}  :: To fart
pieru {n}  :: A fart
pierutyyny {n}  :: whoopee cushion
piestä {vt}  :: to beat, thrash, whip, lash
pietä {vt}  :: To pitch, coat with (oily) pitch
Pietari {prop}  :: male given name, a rather old-fashioned equivalent of the English Peter
Pietari {prop}  :: Peter [biblical character]
Pietari {prop}  :: Saint Petersburg, the second largest city in Russia
Pietarila {prop}  :: Finnish surname
pietarilainen {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to the city of Saint Petersburg or its citizens
pietarilainen {n}  :: A person from, or an inhabitant of, Saint Petersburg
Pietarinen {prop}  :: Finnish surname
pietarinkala {n}  :: John Dory, Zeus faber
pietaryrtti {n}  :: tansy, Tanacetum vulgare syn. Chrysanthemum vulgare
pieteetti {n}  :: piety (towards traditions)
Pietilä {prop}  :: Any of a number of small places in Finland
Pietilä {prop}  :: Finnish surname
pietismi {n}  :: pietism
pietisti {n} [Christianity]  :: pietist
pietsosähkö {n}  :: piezoelectricity
pietsosähköinen {adj}  :: piezoelectric
pigmentoitua {vi}  :: To become pigmented
pigmentti {n}  :: pigment
pigmenttisolusyöpä {n} [pathology]  :: melanoma
piha {n} [idiomatic, in adessive case]  :: at sea (in a state of confusion or bewilderment)
piha {n}  :: yard (small, usually uncultivated area of land adjoining or within the precincts of a house or other building)
pihahdus {n}  :: alternative term for pihaus
pihakatu {n}  :: living street (street designed primarily with the interests of pedestrians and cyclists while motor vehicles are allowed to use it with caution)
pihamaa {n}  :: piha
pihamaina {n}  :: common myna, Indian myna, mynah (originally Asian passerine bird, common as cage bird)
pihan perä {n} [euphemism, informal]  :: toilet, restroom
pihan perä {n} [literally]  :: back of the yard
pihapiiri {n}  :: courtyard, court
piharatamo {n}  :: greater plantain, common plantain, soldier's herb, waybread (a common weed, Plantago major)
pihatto {n}  :: A cowshed where the cows are kept unchained
pihaus {n}  :: fizz, whoosh, (short and dull sound of releasing gas, as heard e.g. when opening the cap of a slightly pressurized bottle)
pihaus {n}  :: peep (feeble utterance or complaint)
pihdata {v}  :: to not put out (not to consent to sex)
pihdata {v}  :: to skimp, scrimp, to be stingy
päihde {n}  :: intoxicant, psychoactive drug
pihdit {n}  :: pliers
pihdit {n} [surgery]  :: forceps
pihdit {n}  :: tongs
päihdyttää {vt}  :: To intoxicate
pihein {adj}  :: superlative form of pihi
pihi {adj}  :: miserly, stingy
pihiä {vi} [dialectal]  :: to scrimp
pihiä {vt} [dialectal]  :: to snatch, steal
pihimpi {adj}  :: comparative form of pihi
pihinä {n}  :: A wheeze (piping or whistling sound caused by difficult respiration)
pihistää {vi}  :: to skimp (to live stingily)
pihistää {vt}  :: to snitch, steal
pihistä {vi}  :: To fizzle; to release a fizzling sound (e.g. when a tire is punctured)
pihistä {v}  :: To wheeze (to breathe with difficulty, with a piping or whistling sound)
pihistellä {v}  :: To skimp, scant, scrimp (to make insufficient allowance for)
pihistellä {v}  :: To skimp (to be parsimonious or stingy)
pihisti {adv}  :: stingily
päihittää {v}  :: to beat, vanquish, best
päihittää {v}  :: to outsmart, outdo
pihka {n} [informal]  :: love, in the expression olla pihkassa
pihka {n}  :: resin (hydrocarbon secretion of many plants, particularly coniferous trees, in its natural state)
pihkaantua {vi} [+ illative]  :: To get a crush on
pihkaantua {vi}  :: To become stained with pitch (from trees)
pihkainen {adj}  :: resinous, pitchy
pihkamaito {n} [informal]  :: colostrum
pihkaniska {n} [jocular]  :: orienteer
Pihkova {prop}  :: Pskov (a city in Russia)
Pihla {prop}  :: female given name of modern usage
pihlaja {n}  :: Any tree in the genus Sorbus
pihlaja {n}  :: rowan, mountain ash, Sorbus aucuparia
pihlajanmarja {n}  :: rowan berry
pihlajanmarjakoi {n}  :: apple fruit moth, Argyresthia conjugella
pihlajansarviruoste {n}  :: A fungus, Gymnosporangium juniperinum
pihta {n}  :: A fir of the genus Abies
pihti {n}  :: A pile of birchbark sheets set between two boards and tied tightly together to flatten the barks and thus make them suitable roofing and isolation material
pihti {n} [archaic]  :: Any two-pronged handtool or artifact to hold, press together or punch something, now usually in plural; a pincer
pihti {n} [gymnastics]  :: scissors
pihti {n} [plural]  :: pliers, tongs etc., see pihdit
pihti {n}  :: State of being stuck between something, as if held with pliers
pihti {n}  :: The front claw of a crustacean such as lobster, pincer
pihti {n}  :: Used as modifier in compound terms to indicate similarity to or use of pliers, see list below
pihtihäntäinen {n}  :: earwig (insect of the order Dermaptera)
pihtiliike {n} [military]  :: pincer attack
pihtipolvi {n}  :: knock knee, genu valgum (person or animal who's got knock knees)
pihtipolvinen {adj}  :: knock-kneed
Pihtiputaan mummo {n} [humorous]  :: Joe Average
päihtyä {vi}  :: To get drunk, to become intoxicated
päihtynyt {adj}  :: intoxicated, inebriated
päihtynyt {n}  :: An intoxicated, inebriated person
pihvi {n}  :: patty
pihvi {n}  :: steak
pihvikarja {n}  :: beef cattle
pihviveitsi {n}  :: steak knife (table knife with a sharp, narrow, and often serrated blade designed for cutting meat)
pii {n} [archaic]  :: A tooth
pii {n} [dated]  :: A thorn, prong, tooth or similar element e.g. in a plant, a saw or a rake
pii {n} [dated]  :: flint (hard, fine-grained quartz or a piece of it)
pii {n} [mathematics]  :: pi (constant 3.14159…)
pii {n} [nautical]  :: The position of a sailing vessel, when she is set so that its bow points steadily to the direction of the wind. Used in expressions:
pii {n}  :: pi (Greek letter)
pii {n}  :: silicon (element, symbol Si)
Piia {prop}  :: female given name popular in the latter half of the twentieth century
piidioksidi {n} [chemistry]  :: silicon dioxide
piihappo {n} [chemistry]  :: silicic acid
piika {n}  :: A maid (female servant)
piikarbidi {n} [chemistry]  :: silicon carbide
piikikäs {adj}  :: thorny
piikitellä {vt}  :: to needle, nettle
piikivi {n} [mineral]  :: flint
piikkari {n} [colloquial]  :: A pump (very high-heeled shoe)
piikkari {n} [colloquial]  :: A track spike (track and field shoe)
piikki {n}  :: A peak
piikki {n}  :: A spike
piikki {n}  :: A spindle (upright spike for holding papers)
piikki {n}  :: A tab, slate (a record of money owed)
piikki {n}  :: A tine (spike or point on an implement or tool, especially a prong of a fork or a tooth of a comb)
piikkiherne {n}  :: gorse, Ulex europaeus (evergreen shrub)
piikkihiiri {n}  :: spiny mouse (rodent of the genus Acomys)
piikkikenkä {n}  :: A track spike (track and field shoe)
piikkikorkokenkä {n}  :: [US] pump, stiletto (high-heeled women's shoe)
piikkilanka {n}  :: barbed wire
piikki lihassa {n} [idiomatic]  :: thorn in the flesh (persistent annoyance)
piikkimonni {n}  :: brown bullhead, Ameiurus nebulosus
piikkinahkainen {n}  :: echinoderm
piikkinen {adj}  :: spiky, spiny
piikkinen {adj}  :: thorny
piikkipaatsama {n}  :: American holly, Ilex opaca
piikkipensas {n}  :: thornbush, thorn (any of many thorny shrubs and bushes)
piikkirotta {n}  :: spiny rat (New World rodent of the family Echimyidae)
piikkisika {n}  :: porcupine
piikkisimppu {n}  :: sea scorpion, long-spined bullhead, Taurulus bubalis
piikkiviulu {n} [music]  :: spike fiddle
piikkokauris {n}  :: brocket (South American deer of the genus Mazama)
piikoa {vi} [colloquial]  :: To work as a domestic
Piilaakso {prop}  :: The Silicon Valley
piileksiä {vi}  :: to hide (for a longer period of time)
piileksijä {n}  :: hider
piilevä {adj}  :: latent, hidden, concealed, occult
pii-levä {n}  :: alternative spelling of piilevä
piilevä {n}  :: diatom
piilipuu {n}  :: crack willow, Salix fragilis
piillä {vi} [figuratively]  :: To be hidden in, lie in
piilo {n}  :: hideout, lair
piilo {n}  :: (in compounds) hidden
piilokamera {n}  :: candid camera [type of TV show]
piilokarsastus {n} [pathology]  :: heterophoria
piilokas {n}  :: bean weevil, seed beetle in the Bruchinae subfamily of the Chrysomelidae family of beetles
piilolasit {n}  :: contact lenses
piilolinssi {n}  :: contact lens
piilosana {n}  :: cryptic crossword
piilosarana {n}  :: butt hinge
piilosilla {adv} [idiomatic]  :: olla ~ : to play hide and seek
piilossa {adv}  :: hidden, in hiding
piilosta {adv} [idiomatic]  :: leikkiä ~ : to play hide and seek
piilotajuinen {adj}  :: subconscious
piilottaa {vt}  :: to hide, conceal
piiloutua {vi}  :: To hide oneself
piilukko {n}  :: flintlock
piimä {n}  :: buttermilk
piimä {n}  :: cultured milk; the texture and taste resemble kefir but piimä is thicker and the bacteria used in the fermentation process are different
piimaa {n}  :: diatomite, diatomaceous earth, kieselgur
piimiä {vi}  :: of milk: to become sour like cultured buttermilk
piimonoksidi {n} [inorganic chemistry]  :: silicon monoxide, SiO
piina {n}  :: torment, misery
piinaava {adj}  :: tormenting
piinaavampi {adj}  :: comparative form of piinaava
piinapenkki {n}  :: rack (torture device)
piinata {v}  :: To torment
piinaviikko {n} [dated]  :: The Holy Week
piioksidi {n}  :: silicon oxide
piip {interj}  :: beep
piipahdus {n}  :: A high-pitched beep
piipahdus {n}  :: quick visit
piipahtaa {vi} [colloquial]  :: to drop by (to make a short, informal visit)
piipata {vi}  :: To beep, tweet (of electronics, e.g.)
piipittää {v}  :: To tweet (to make several short high-pitched, unmelodic sounds, such as the young of birds in a nest)
piipitys {n}  :: beeping
piipitys {n}  :: The high-pitched sound produced by mice etc
piippaus {n}  :: beep, pip
piippu {n}  :: A common short form of savupiippu, meaning chimney
piippu {n}  :: barrel (a metallic tube, as of a gun, from which a projectile is discharged)
piippu {n}  :: pipe (smoking gear)
piippumies {n}  :: A pipe-smoking man, pipe-smoker
piippurassi {n}  :: pipe cleaner
piipputupakka {n}  :: pipe tobacco
piipullinen {n}  :: pipeful
piipunpolttaja {n}  :: pipe-smoker
piipunpuhdistaja {n}  :: pipe cleaner
piipunrassi {n}  :: alternative form of piippurassi
piirakka {n}  :: (colloquial) pussy, vagina
piirakka {n}  :: pasty
piirakka {n}  :: pie
piirakka {n}  :: pierogi
piiras {n}  :: pie
piiri {n}  :: circle (specific group of persons)
piiri {n}  :: district, region (administrative division of an organization)
piiri {n} [electronics]  :: circuit, virtapiiri
piiri {n} [mathematics]  :: perimeter
piirikunta {n}  :: county
piirikunta {n}  :: raion
piirikytkentä {n}  :: circuit switching
piirilevy {n}  :: circuit board
piirittää {vt} [+ partitive]  :: To (be)siege, lay siege to, blockade
piirittää {vt} [+ partitive]  :: To circle, surround
piiritys {n}  :: siege
piirityskone {n} [military, historical]  :: siege engine
piirityssota {n}  :: siege warfare
piiritystorni {n}  :: siege tower (type of siege engine)
piironki {n}  :: chest of drawers, dresser
piirre {n}  :: cast (visual appearance)
piirre {n}  :: feature (physical constituent)
piirre {n}  :: trait (an identifying characteristic, habit or trend)
piirretty {n}  :: A cartoon (animated piece of film)
piirrin {n}  :: stylus
piirros {n}  :: drawing
piirrosanimaatio {n}  :: animation
piirroselokuva {n}  :: animation
piirrosfilmi {n}  :: animation
piirtää {vt} [architecture]  :: piirtää taloa = To design a house
piirtää {vt} [mathematics]  :: To describe
piirtää {vt}  :: To draw, sketch
piirtää {vt}  :: To outline, draft
piirtäjä {n}  :: drawer (artist who primarily makes drawings)
piirtäjä {n}  :: drawer (one who draws)
piirtäminen {n}  :: graphics (making of architectural or engineering drawings)
piirtäminen {n}  :: The act or instance of drawing
piirto {n}  :: stroke (line drawn with a pen or other writing implement)
piirtoheitin {n}  :: overhead projector (projector that projects an image over the head of the user of the projector onto a screen behind him)
piirtojärjestys {n} [calligraphy]  :: stroke order
piirtopaukamointi {n} [pathology]  :: dermatographia
piirturi {n} [computing]  :: plotter (output device that draws graphs and other pictorial images on paper)
piiru {n} [artillery]  :: angular mil, mil (unit of angle equal to 1/6000, 1/6300 or 1/6400 of full circle, depending on country)
piiru {n} [construction]  :: rafter (one of the sloping beams that support a pitched roof')
piiru {n} [dialectal]  :: in plural, piirut, a feast. Same as pidot
piiru {n}  :: inch (unspecified but very short distance)
piiru {n}  :: mark (indication or sign used for reference or measurement)
piiru {n} [nautical]  :: point (unit of angle equal to 1/32 of full circle or 11.25 degrees)
piirustaa {v}  :: To draw
piirustus {n}  :: a drawing (picture)
piirustus {n}  :: the act of drawing
piisami {n}  :: muskrat
piisata {vi} [colloquial]  :: to be enough, to suffice
piisi {n}  :: alternative form of biisi
piisi {n}  :: fireplace
piisiru {n}  :: A silicon chip
piiska {n}  :: A short whip, crop
piiska {n} [slang, obsolete]  :: A black and white (police patrol car)
piiskakäärme {n}  :: oriental whipsnake, Ahaetulla prasina, Dryophis prasinus
piiskamato {n}  :: whipworm (parasitic roundworm of the species Trichuris trichiura)
piiskata {vt}  :: To whip (to hit with a whip)
piiskata kuollutta hevosta {phrase}  :: to flog a dead horse, beat a dead horse
piiskujänis {n}  :: pika (small mammal of the family Ochotonidae)
piispa {n} [Christianity]  :: bishop
piispanhiippa {n}  :: elfin saddle, Gyromitra infula (species of mushroom)
piispanhiippa {n}  :: mitre of a bishop; usually only [[hiippa mitre]] unless there's a need to be specific
piispanistuin {n}  :: apse (ceremonial seat or throne of a bishop)
piispanistuin {n}  :: see (office of a bishop or archbishop)
piispanristi {n}  :: pectoral cross, pectorale
piispatar {n}  :: The wife of a bishop
piitata {vi}  :: to care about, worry about, bother oneself about, trouble oneself about
piiteräs {n}  :: silicon steel
piitetrafluoridi {n} [chemistry]  :: silicon tetrafluoride
Piitime {prop}  :: The Finnish name of the Swedish municipality of Piteå in the north of Sweden
piitimensaame {n}  :: The Pite Sami language
piittaamaton {adj}  :: laeista ~ , laista ~ : lawless
piittaamaton {adj}  :: lax, neglectful, negligent (lacking care)
piittaamaton {adj}  :: regardless, heedless, careless (having no regard)
piittaamaton {adj}  :: unconcerned, nonchalant, indifferent (not worried, anxious or apprehensive)
piittaamaton {adj}  :: unresponsive, apathetic, emotionless
piittaamattomasti {adv}  :: recklessly
piittaamattomasti {adv}  :: unconcernedly
piittaamattomuus {n}  :: disregard
Päijänne {prop}  :: The second largest lake in Finland
pika {adj}  :: See: pika-
pika {n}  :: A pika
pika {n}  :: In plural (pikat), the taxonomic family Ochotonidae
pika- {prefix}  :: quick, fast, express
pika- {prefix}  :: summary (performed speedily and without formal ceremony)
pikainen {adj}  :: quick
pikaisesti {adv}  :: promptly
pikajuna {n}  :: An express train
pikajuoksu {n} [athletics]  :: A sprint (short race at top speed)
pikakahvi {n}  :: instant coffee
pikakirje {n}  :: express letter (individual letter)
pikakirje {n} [mail]  :: express mail (service)
pikakirjoitus {n}  :: shorthand (compendious and rapid method of writing)
pikakurssi {n}  :: crash course (quick, intense course of learning)
pikaluistelu {n}  :: speed skating
pikamatka {n}  :: sprint (short race at top speed)
pikanäppäin {n} [computing]  :: keyboard shortcut, shortcut
pikantisti {adv}  :: poignantly
pikantti {adj}  :: poignant
pikanttius {n}  :: poignancy
pikanuudeli {n}  :: instant noodle
pikapikaa {adv}  :: quickly
pikapuoliin {adv} [colloquial]  :: shortly, in a moment
pikari {n}  :: goblet
pikaruoka {n}  :: fast food
pikashakki {n}  :: speed chess
pikataival {n} [motor racing]  :: special stage (timed stretch in a rally race)
pikatreffit {n}  :: speed dating
pikatuomio {n}  :: A short shrift (quick rejection)
pikavalinta {n}  :: speed dial
pikavene {n}  :: speedboat (fast boat, usually a motorboat)
pikavierailu {n}  :: flying visit
pikaviesti {n}  :: instant message
pikaviestittää {v}  :: to instant message
pikavoitto {n}  :: fast buck (money earned quickly)
pikavuoro {n}  :: express (bus)
pikee {n}  :: pique (fabric)
pikemmin {adv} gloss=soon
pikemminkin {adv}  :: rather
piki {n}  :: pitch (material made by distilling tar)
pikimmiten {adv}  :: at once, right away, immediately
pikimusta {adj}  :: Pitch black (colour)
pikipöksy {n} [archaic]  :: A tar (sailor)
pikipuumuura {n}  :: black bushbird
pikivälke {n} [mineral]  :: pitchblende
pikkelsi {n}  :: pickle
pikkiriikkinen {adj} [colloquial]  :: tiny
pikkolo {n}  :: bellboy, hall porter
pikkolo {n} [musical instruments]  :: piccolo (type of flute)
pikkolo {n}  :: piccolo, snipe, quarter bottle (wine bottle of 0,1875 l)
pikkolopullo {n}  :: piccolo, snipe, quarter bottle (wine bottle containing 0.1875 l)
pikku {adj}  :: little old
pikku {adj}  :: little, small
pikku- {prefix}  :: small, minor
pikkuaavikkokiuru {n}  :: bar-tailed lark, Ammomanes cinctura
pikkuaivot {n} [anatomy]  :: cerebellum
pikkuakseli {n} [geometry]  :: minor axis (an axis of symmetry of a conic section; the shorter one in an ellipse, in a hyperbola the one that does not intersect the curve)
pikkuakselin puolikas {n}  :: semiminor axis
pikkuauto {n} [colloquial]  :: a toy car
pikkuauto {n} [informal]  :: a small passenger car
pikkubussi {n}  :: minibus
pikkuflamingo {n}  :: lesser flamingo, Phoenicopterus minor
pikkugrisoni {n}  :: lesser grison, Galictis cuja (smaller of the two species of the genus Galictis of South American mustelid mammals)
pikkuhaikara {n}  :: bittern (any of the species in the genus Ixobrychus)
pikkuhaikara {n}  :: little bittern, Ixobrychus minutus
Pikku hevonen {prop}  :: The constellation Equus
pikkuhiirenhäntälepakko {n}  :: lesser mouse-tailed bat, Rhinopoma hardwickei
pikkuhiljaa {adv}  :: little by little, gradually
pikkuhäiveperhonen {n}  :: lesser purple emperor, Apatura ilia
pikkuhousunsuoja {n}  :: pantyliner (pad worn on the inner surface of women's underwear)
pikkuhousut {n}  :: briefs (underpants worn by men or boys)
pikkuhousut {n}  :: panties (women's and girls' small underpants)
pikkuinen {adj}  :: little, tiny
pikkuinen {n}  :: little one
pikkuisen {adv}  :: a little, a bit
pikkuitiö {n} [botany]  :: microspore
pikkuitiöpesäke {n} [botany]  :: microsporangium
pikkujoulu {n} [Finland]  :: pre-Christmas party (celebration of approaching Christmas, originally held on the eve of Advent Sunday, but now dispersed over a period of five to two weeks before Christmas)
pikkujoulujuhla {n}  :: alternative term for pikkujoulu
pikkujoutsen {n} [informal]  :: a young swan
pikkujoutsen {n}  :: tundra swan, Cygnus columbianus
pikkujuttu {n}  :: peanuts, small potatoes, small fry, small beer (thing of little importance)
pikkukaivajavyötiäinen {n}  :: pink fairy armadillo, Chlamyphorus truncatus
pikkukajava {n}  :: black-legged kittiwake, Rissa tridactyla
pikkukala {n}  :: small fish, small fry
pikkukasuaari {n}  :: dwarf cassowary, Casuarius bennetti
pikkukaupunki {n}  :: small town
pikkukiivi {n}  :: little spotted kiwi, Apteryx owenii
pikkukiljukotka {n}  :: lesser spotted eagle, Aquila pomarina
pikkukiuru {n}  :: lesser short-toed lark, Calandrella rufescens
pikkukivi {n}  :: A pebble (small stone)
pikkukorppikotka {n}  :: Egyptian vulture, Neophron percnopterus
pikkukotka {n}  :: booted eagle, Hieraaetus pennatus
pikkukäpylintu {n}  :: red crossbill or common crossbill, species
pikkukultarinta {n}  :: booted warbler, Iduna caligata
pikkukultasiipi {n}  :: small copper, Lycaena phlaeas
pikkukuovi {n}  :: whimbrel (Numenius phaeopus)
pikkukylä {n}  :: hamlet
pikkulainen {n} [affectionate]  :: child, kid, kiddo (literally, little one)
pikkulapasotka {n}  :: lesser scaup, Aythya affinis
pikkulapsi {n}  :: A small child
pikkulavantauti {n} [pathology]  :: paratyphoid fever
pikkuleinikki {n}  :: pygmy buttercup, Ranunculus pygmaeus (a flowering plant in the genus Ranunculus)
pikkuleipä {n}  :: biscuit
pikkulepakko {n}  :: Nathusius' pipistrelle, Pipistrellus nathusii
pikkulepinkäinen {n}  :: red-backed shrike, Lanius collurio
pikkuliitäjä {n}  :: Manx shearwater, Puffinus puffinus
pikkulimakotilo {n}  :: Galba truncatula, a snail
pikkulintu {n}  :: small bird, sparrow (any small bird)
pikkulokki {n}  :: little gull (Hydrocoloeus minutus, formerly Larus minutus)
pikkumainen {adj} [derogative]  :: pedantic, nitpicky (excessively concerned with rules or details)
pikkumusta {n} [by extension, military, slang]  :: The short black underpants used in the Finnish military
pikkumusta {n}  :: little black dress (woman's black cocktail dress)
pikkumuurahaiskarhu {n}  :: silky anteater, Cyclopes didactylus
pikkunahkiainen {n}  :: A brook lamprey, Lampetra planeri
Pikku Otava {prop}  :: Little Dipper (asterism)
pikkupanda {n}  :: red panda, lesser panda (Ailurus fulgens)
pikkuplaneetta {n} [astronomy]  :: A minor planet
pikkupoika {n}  :: A little boy
pikkuporvaristo {n}  :: petty bourgeoisie (social class according to Karl Marx)
pikkuraha {n}  :: petty cash, loose change
pikkuraha {n}  :: small potatoes, peanuts (small amount of money)
pikkurikollinen {n}  :: petty criminal
pikkurilli {n} [anatomy, colloquial]  :: little finger
pikkurokko {n} [disease]  :: fifth disease (erythovirus infection manifested as rash)
pikkurokko {n} [pathology]  :: erythema infectiosum (erythovirus infection in general)
pikkurokko {n} [pathology]  :: slap face, slapcheek, slapped cheek syndrome, slapped face (milder form of the disease manifested as redness of the face, especially cheeks)
pikkurousku {n}  :: birch milk-cap, Lactarius tabidus
pikkuruinen {adj}  :: diminutive, tiny
pikkurumpu {n}  :: snare drum
pikkuseikka {n}  :: bagatelle (trifle; unsubstantial thing)
pikkuserkku {n}  :: second cousin
pikkusikari {n}  :: cigarillo
pikkusirri {n}  :: little stint, Calidris minuta (small wading bird)
pikkusisar {n}  :: little sister
pikkusisko {n}  :: little sister
pikkusormi {n} [anatomy]  :: little finger
pikkutakki {n}  :: A type of cut of men's jacket, such as used in men's suit jacket, blazer or sportcoat, the main difference between which is in the material
pikkutarkka {adj}  :: painstaking, pedantic (concerned with details)
pikkutekijä {n}  :: small fry (person of little importance)
pikkutelkkä {n}  :: bufflehead, Bucephala albeola (bird of the duck family)
pikkutunnit {n}  :: small hours, wee hours (the period from midnight to dawn)
pikkutuulenkala {n}  :: lesser sand eel, sand lance, Ammodytes tobianus
pikkutyttö {n}  :: little girl
pikkuvanha {adj}  :: precocious
pikkuvarpunen {n}  :: tree sparrow (Passer montanus)
pikkuvarvas {n} [anatomy]  :: little toe
pikkuveli {n}  :: little brother
pikkuvika {n}  :: minor defect
pikkuväki {n}  :: small fry (one or more children)
pikkuvyötiäinen {n}  :: pichi, Zaedyus pichiy
pikkuvyötiäismyyrä {n}  :: pink fairy armadillo (Chlamyphorus truncatus)
pikkuyksiö {n}  :: bachelorette (very small single room apartment)
piknikki {n}  :: picnic
piko- {prefix}  :: pico-
pikometri {n}  :: picometer (unit of distance)
pikornavirus {n}  :: picornavirus
pikosekunti {n}  :: picosecond
pikriinihappo {n} [chemistry]  :: picric acid
pikseli {n} [computing]  :: pixel
pikti {n}  :: Pict
pila {n}  :: joke, jest
pila {n}  :: practical joke, jest
pilaaja {n}  :: spoiler (somebody or something that spoils)
pilaantua {vi} [of food]  :: To spoil
pilaantumaton {adj}  :: imperishable
pilaantumattomampi {adj}  :: comparative form of pilaantumaton
pilaantuminen {n}  :: spoilage (process)
pilaantunut {adj}  :: spoilt (gone bad)
pilaantuva {adj}  :: perishable, putrescible, rottable (easily decayed, as food)
pilahvi {n}  :: A pilaf
pilahvi {n}  :: A rice pilaf
pilahviriisi {n}  :: A rice pilaf [dish]
pilailla {v}  :: to joke
pilakuva {n}  :: caricature
pilalla {adv}  :: ruined (not good for use or consumption)
pilalla {adv}  :: spoilt, spoiled (having lost its original value)
pilalla {adv}  :: spoilt, spoiled, pampered (of a person, usually a child, having a selfish or greedy character due to pampering)
pilalla {adv}  :: spoilt, spoiled, rancid, off (of food, deteriorated to the point of no longer being usable or edible)
pilalle {adv}  :: ruined (not good for use or consumption, indicates transformation to this state)
pilapiirros {n}  :: a caricature; a drawing that intentionally exaggerates real or imagined characteristics of the subject
pilapiirros {n}  :: a satirical cartoon
pilapiirtäjä {n}  :: editorial cartoonist
pilari {n} [colloquial]  :: prank call
pilari {n}  :: pillar, column
pilasteri {n} [architecture]  :: pilaster
pilata {v}  :: To blemish, soil (to spoil the appearance of)
pilata {v}  :: To bugger, cock up, fuck up, screw up (obscene slang expressions for ruining or spoiling things)
pilata {v}  :: To bugger up, mess up, muck up (mild slang expressions for ruining or spoiling things)
pilata {v}  :: To contaminate (to introduce impurities or foreign matter)
pilata {v}  :: To damage or mar (to make something less intact or even destroy it; to harm or cause destruction)
pilata {v}  :: To foil, scupper, thwart (to prevent something from being accomplished)
pilata {v}  :: To spoil, ruin, blight, destroy (to cause the ruin of)
pilata {v}  :: To spoil (to coddle or pamper to excess)
pili {n} [childish]  :: A pee-pee
pilkata {v}  :: To mock, deride, ridicule, jeer at, make fun of
pilke {n}  :: a type of firewood
pilke {n}  :: twinkle
pilkintä {n}  :: ice fishing
pilkistää {vi}  :: to peek out
pilkka {n}  :: bullseye (center of target)
pilkka {n}  :: jeer, mock, ridicule, jest
pilkkaaja {n}  :: mocker
pilkkakirjoitus {n}  :: A lampoon (written attack ridiculing a person, group, or institution)
pilkkasiipi {n}  :: velvet scoter, Melanitta fusca
pilkkiä {v} [informal]  :: to doze off
pilkkiä {v}  :: to ice fish (to fish through a hole cut into ice)
pilkki {n}  :: As a contracted form of pilkkiminen, ice fishing
pilkki {n}  :: The lure used in ice fishing
pilkkijä {n}  :: ice fisher
pilkkiminen {n}  :: ice fishing (act or instance of fishing through a hole cut into ice)
pilkkoa {vt}  :: To chop, chip
pilkkopimeä {n}  :: pitch-dark
pilkkoutua {vi}  :: To shatter, break up into pieces
pilkku {n} [colloquial]  :: last call
pilkku {n}  :: comma (punctuation mark ,)
pilkku {n} [mathematics]  :: dot (symbol , used for separating the fractional part of a decimal number from the whole part)
pilkku {n} [slang]  :: hashish (cannabis extract)
pilkku {n}  :: spot, dot (small spot or mark)
pilkkukuume {n} [disease]  :: typhus
pilkkusilli {n}  :: allis shad, Alosa alosa (formerly Clupea alosa) (migratory fish of the family Clupeidae: family of herrings, shads, sardines, hilsa, and menhadens)
pilkukas {adj}  :: spotty (having spots)
pilkullinen {adj}  :: spotty, dotted
pilkunnussija {n} [vulgar, pejorative]  :: A person with exceptional and unnecessary attention to detail; a grammar Nazi, a nitpicker
pilkuntarkka {adj}  :: meticulous, punctilious, fastidious
pilkunviilaaja {n}  :: A pettifogger, inkhorn
pillahtaa {vi}  :: ~ itkuun: = to burst out crying
pillastua {vi} [of horses]  :: To bolt
pilleri {n}  :: pill
pillerinpyörittäjä {n}  :: scarab (beetle of the genus Scarabaeus)
pilli {n} [colloquial]  :: bag (breathalyzer)
pilli {n}  :: drinking straw, straw
pilli {n}  :: pipe (musical instrument)
pilli {n}  :: whistle (device)
pillike {n}  :: A hemp-nettle, any plant of the genus Galeopsis
pillisipuli {n}  :: A spring onion, Japanese bunching onion, scallion or green onion; Allium fistulosum
pillittää {vi} [colloquial]  :: To cry, shed a tear
pillu {n} [vulgar]  :: vulva
pääilmansuunta {n} [geography]  :: A cardinal direction or cardinal point
piloilla {adv}  :: Alternative form of pilalla
piloillaan {adv}  :: in jest (as a joke)
piloille {adv}  :: Alternative form of pilalle
pilotti {n} [informal]  :: aviator, pilot, airman (one who pilots an aircraft)
pilotti {n} [informal]  :: pilot project
pilottiprojekti {n} [informal]  :: pilot project
pilsneri {n} [colloquial]  :: A small beer (In Finland, any beer with less than 2,8 percent alcohol)
pilsneri {n}  :: pilsner (pale bottom-fermenting type of beer originally brewed in the city of Pilsen in current Czech republic)
pilssi {n}  :: The lowest inner part of a ship's hull, the bilge
pilssipumppu {n} [nautical]  :: bilge pump (pump located in the bilge of a ship or a boat to allow emptying of the bilgewater)
pilssivesi {n} [nautical]  :: bilgewater
piltti {n} [literally, religious]  :: child
pilttuu {n}  :: A stall (compartment for a single animal in a stable or cattle shed)
pilvenhattara {n}  :: A cloudlet
pilvenlonka {n}  :: A single, large cloud
pilvenpiirtäjä {n}  :: skyscraper
pilves {n} [rare]  :: A shaded place outdoors, where sunlight comes filtered e.g. through the leaves of trees
pilvessä {adv} [slang]  :: high, stoned
pilvetön {adj}  :: cloudless, unclouded
pilvettömyys {n}  :: cloudlessness
pilvi {n}  :: cloud
pilvi {n} [computing]  :: cloud
pilvi {n} [slang]  :: hashish, marijuana
Pilvi {prop}  :: female given name
pilvilaskenta {n}  :: cloud computing
pilvilinna {n}  :: fool's paradise (happiness based on illusion)
pilvilinna {n}  :: pipe dream (plan, desire, or idea that will not likely work)
pilvimetsä {n}  :: cloud forest
pilvinen {adj}  :: cloudy
pilviraja {n} [meteorology]  :: cloud base
pilvistyä {vi} [of the sky]  :: To grow cloudy
pilvisyys {n}  :: cloudiness
pimahtaa {v}  :: To flip (to go berserk or crazy)
pimatsu {n} [slang]  :: chick (attractive woman)
pimeä {adj} [colloquial]  :: crazy
pimeä {adj}  :: dark (lack of light)
pimeä {adj}  :: under-the-counter, cash in hand (receiving money in cash with the purpose of avoiding taxes)
pimeä {n}  :: The time of darkness
pimeä aine {n} [astronomy]  :: dark matter
pimeämpi {adj}  :: comparative form of pimeä
pimeänäkö {n}  :: night vision (ability to see in the dark)
pimeänäkölaite {n}  :: night vision device (appliance which allows the user to see even in complete darkness)
pimennys {n}  :: eclipse
pimennysmuuttuja {n} [astronomy]  :: eclipsing variable
pimeänpelko {n}  :: nyctophobia, scotophobia
pimentää {vt}  :: to darken (to reduce light)
pimento {n} [figuratively]  :: dark, darkness (place hidden from the sight)
pimentyä {vi}  :: To darken (having less light)
pimeästi {adv}  :: cash in hand (in a manner receiving direct payment by cash, often without paying tax)
pimeästi {adv}  :: darkly, obscurely
pimeästi {adv}  :: under-the-table, under-the-counter, secretly, covertly
pimetä {vi}  :: To darken (to lose light)
pimeys {n}  :: darkness
pimiö {n}  :: darkroom
pimittää {vt}  :: to conceal
pimppi {n} [anatomy]  :: pussy (female genitalia, especially of a girl)
pimu {n}  :: chick (young woman, especially attractive one)
päin {adv}  :: towards, in/to the direction of
-päin {suffix}  :: towards
pinaatti {n}  :: spinach (Spinacia oleracea)
pinaattiohukas {n}  :: A kind of crêpe or thin pancake that includes spinach
pineeni {n} [chemistry]  :: pinene
-päinen {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to a head; used only as headword in compound terms. Sometimes translated into English as -headed, but often the compound has a translation of its own
pingis {n} [colloquial]  :: table tennis, ping-pong or ping pong
pingotin {n}  :: stretcher
pingottaa {vi} [figuratively, colloquial]  :: to study hard (e.g. for exams)
pingottaa {vt}  :: to stretch, tension (to apply tension to something in order to straighten it out)
pingviini {n}  :: penguin
pinja {n}  :: A stone pine, Pinus pinea
Pinja {prop}  :: female given name
pinjansiemen {n}  :: A pine nut
pinkaista {vi}  :: To sprint
pinkaisu {n}  :: dash (short run)
pinkka {n}  :: pile, stack
pinkki {adj} [colloquial]  :: pink
pinkki {n}  :: A pinky (baby mouse, especially when used as food for a snake, etc.)
pinkki {n} [colloquial]  :: colour pink
pinko {n} [colloquial]  :: swot (studious student)
pinkoa {vi} [figuratively, colloquial]  :: to study hard [e.g. for exams]
pinkoa {vi}  :: to run, to dash
pinna {n} [colloquial]  :: percent
pinna {n} [colloquial]  :: point (unit of scoring in a game or competition)
pinna {n} [colloquial]  :: temper, nerve, fuse (in the sense of loosing one's temper)
pinna {n} [nautical]  :: tiller
pinna {n}  :: spoke (of a wheel, ie. in bicycle)
pinnaaja {n}  :: alternative form of pinnari
pinnallinen {adj}  :: superficial, shallow
pinnallistaa {vt}  :: to make (more) superficial
pinnallistua {vi}  :: To become (more) superficial
pinnanalainen {adj}  :: subsurface
pinnari {n}  :: truant
pinnasänky {n}  :: crib, cot (baby’s bed with high, slatted, often moveable sides)
pinnata {v}  :: (rare) To skimp (to do carelessly)
pinnata {v}  :: To play truant, skip class or work
pinnatuoli {n}  :: spoke chair (a light chair, often used around a table, the back of which is made of spokes)
pinne {n} [idiomatic]  :: A difficult situation, jam, bind. In this sense only used in inessive, elative and illative cases in set expressions
pinne {n} [pathology]  :: A condition in which a nerve is pressed by other body parts causing pain, cramps or other symptoms
pinne {n} [rare, dialectal]  :: Any device or part that keeps something in its place through tension (as contrasted with e.g. weight or friction), such as a clamp or clip
pinni {n}  :: pin
pinnistää {vi}  :: to push, to strain
pinnoite {n}  :: coat, lining
pino {n} [computing]  :: stack
pino {n}  :: stack, pile
Pinokkio {prop}  :: Pinocchio
pinota {vt}  :: To stack
pinseri {n}  :: pinscher
pinsetit {n}  :: tweezers
pinssi {n}  :: pin (simple accessory that can be attached to clothing with a pin or fastener)
pinta {n}  :: surface
pinta-aktiivinen {adj}  :: surface-active (capable of lowering the surface tension of a liquid)
pinta-ala {n}  :: area
pintaintegraali {n} [mathematics]  :: surface integral
pintajännitys {n} [physics]  :: surface tension
pintakiilto {n}  :: gloss (superficially or deceptively attractive appearance)
pintakivilaji {n} [geology]  :: extrusive (rock which has been formed through volcanic extrusion)
pintakäsittely {n}  :: surface finish
pintaloinen {n}  :: ectoparasite
pintamaa {n}  :: topsoil
pintaremontoida {v}  :: to reface (to replace the face or surface of something; to create a new outer layer)
pintaremontti {n}  :: facelift (activity undertaken to renew, revamp, update, or improve the appearance of something)
pintavesi {n}  :: surface water
pintavika {n}  :: surface defect
pinteessä {adv}  :: in a pinch
pintopapu {n}  :: pinto bean
pinttynyt {adj}  :: grimy
päinvastainen {adj}  :: reciprocal, backward, contrary
päinvastainen {n}  :: converse
päinvastoin {adv}  :: vice versa, on the contrary
pioneeri {n} [military ranks]  :: A private in the engineer corps
pioni {n}  :: peony
pioni {n} [physics]  :: pion
pipana {n}  :: A small child
pipana {n}  :: A small clump of material (e.g. earth)
pipari {n} [computing]  :: cookie
pipari {n}  :: gingersnap, ginger biscuit
pipari {n} [vulgar]  :: cookie (female genitalia)
piparjuuri {n}  :: horseradish, Armoracia rusticana (syn. Cochlearia armorica)
piparkakku {n}  :: gingerbread, gingersnap, ginger biscuit (brown ginger-flavoured biscuit)
piparkakkutalo {n}  :: gingerbread house
piparkakku-ukko {n}  :: gingerbread man (ginger-flavoured biscuit/cookie in the shape of a person)
piparminttu {n}  :: peppermint
piperatsiini {n} [chemistry]  :: piperazine
piperidiini {n} [chemistry]  :: piperidine
pipetoida {v}  :: To pipet
pipetti {n}  :: pipet
pipi {adj} [colloquial]  :: crazy
pipi {adj} [hypocoristic, baby talk]  :: owie, hurt
piplia {n} [colloquial]  :: Bible
pipo {n}  :: knit cap, stocking cap, watch cap; bobble hat; beanie [US], toque/tuque [Canada] (knitted hat of varying shape, often woollen, and sometimes topped by a pom-pom or tassel)
pippeli {n} [colloquial, childish, hypocoristic]  :: pee-pee (penis)
pippuri {n}  :: pepper, chili (as head word in a compound term may also refer to the spicy varieties of Capsicum, notably in words chilipippuri and turkinpippuri)
pippuri {n}  :: pepper (plant of the family Piperaceae and spice prepared from the berries of this plant)
pippurihapero {n}  :: A brittlegill, Russula badia
pippurikastike {n}  :: creamy pepper sauce
pippurimylly {n}  :: A pepper mill
pippurinen {adj} [figuratively]  :: temperamental
pippurinen {adj}  :: peppery
pippurirousku {n}  :: peppery milk-cap, Lactarius piperatus
pippurisirotin {n}  :: A pepper shaker
pippurisumute {n}  :: pepper spray
pippurisumutin {n}  :: A hand-held self-defense spraying device containing pepper spray
pippuroida {v}  :: To devil (to add cayenne pepper to)
pippuroida {v}  :: To pepper (to add pepper to)
piraatti {n}  :: pirate (one who reproduces copyrighted works for distribution)
piraija {n}  :: piranha
piratismi {n}  :: piracy (unauthorized duplication of goods, software, music etc. protected by intellectual property law)
pirauttaa {v} [colloquial]  :: (with a telephone) to call
Pirhonen {prop}  :: Finnish surname
piri {n} [slang]  :: speed (metamphetamine)
pirinä {n}  :: ringing
piristää {vt}  :: to cheer up
piristää {vt}  :: to refresh
piristä {vi} [of a telephone]  :: To ring
piriste {n}  :: stimulant
piristyä {vi}  :: To cheer up
piristyä {vi}  :: To perk up
piristäytyä {vi}  :: to refresh
Pirita {prop}  :: female given name
Piritta {prop}  :: female given name
Pirjo {prop}  :: female given name
Pirkanmaa {prop}  :: A province (maakunta) of Finland
Pirkka {prop}  :: male given name
Pirkko {prop}  :: female given name
pirpana {n} [informal]  :: shrimp, squirt, tyke (child)
pirskeet {n}  :: party
pirskotella {v}  :: to spurt, spatter or sprinkle lightly (to splash lightly with small droplets)
pirskottaa {v}  :: to spurt, spatter, sprinkle (to splash with small droplets)
pirssi {n} [colloquial]  :: taxi
pirssiauto {n} [rare]  :: taxicab
pirsta {n}  :: shard
pirstale {n}  :: shard
pirstaleinen {adj}  :: shattered, splintered, broken
pirstoa {v}  :: to shatter, smash (to violently break something into pieces)
pirstoutua {vi}  :: to shatter, shard
pirta {n}  :: rail
pirteä {adj}  :: perky, vivacious, lively
pirtelö {n}  :: A milkshake, shake
pirteämpi {adj}  :: comparative form of pirteä
pirtti {n}  :: cabin, cottage
pirtu {n}  :: rectified spirit (spirit that has been purified to or close to the maximum concentration obtainable by using conventional distillation processes, i.e. about 96% by volume)
piru {adv} [vulgar]  :: An intensifier; used in genitive singular form (pirun)
piru {n}  :: A devil
piru {n}  :: The Devil (Satan)
piru asuu yksityiskohdissa {phrase}  :: devil is in the details
piruetti {n}  :: pirouette
pirullinen {adj}  :: devilish
pirunpuolukka {n}  :: A regional variant of sianpuolukka
piruntatti {n}  :: Devil's bolete or Satan's mushroom (Boletus satanas)
piruntusina {n}  :: baker's dozen (group of 13)
piruparka {n}  :: A poor devil
pirusti {adv}  :: An intensifier
pisama {n}  :: freckle
pisamainen {adj}  :: freckled
pisara {n}  :: drop (a small mass of liquid)
pisaroida {v}  :: To drip
pisiä {v} [childish]  :: to piss
piski {n}  :: A mutt, mongrel, pooch or cur (mixed-bred dog)
piski {n} [slang]  :: A pooch (dog)
pisoaari {n}  :: urinal
pissa {n}  :: pee
pissaliisa {n} [slang, pejorative]  :: A teenage girl obsessed with outer appearances (as for clothing, hair style, makeup, etc.), having self-conscious behavior, boasting with alcohol consumption and having an indifferent attitude towards everything; partially corresponds to the terms chav [girl], Essex girl and Valley girl, but does not connote any social status
pissapoika {n} [colloquial]  :: windscreen washer (device to clean windscreens)
pissata {v}  :: to pee, wee, wee-wee
pissattaa {v} [impersonal]  :: to have the urge to urinate
pissiä {v} [colloquial]  :: To fail
pissiä {v} [colloquial]  :: To piss, wee
pissi {n}  :: pee
pissis {n} [slang]  :: teenybopper; partially corresponds to the terms chav [girl], Essex girl and Valley girl, but does not connote any social status (teenage girl obsessed with outer appearances (as for clothing, hair style, makeup, etc.), having self-conscious behavior, often drinking alcohol excessively and having an indifferent attitude towards everything)
pissittää {vi} [childish]  :: to have the urge to urinate
päissään {adv} [idiomatic]  :: olla ~: to be drunk, wasted, smashed
päissään {adv} [idiomatic]  :: [While being] very drunk, wasted, smashed
pistää {vi} [monopersonal]  :: illative + 3rd-pers singular = to smart
pistää {vt}  :: To inject (administer an injection)
pistää {vt}  :: To poke, thrust
pistää {vt}  :: To put, place
pistää {vt}  :: To stick, prick, stab, puncture; (of insects) to bite, sting
pistää {vt} [vulgar]  :: To fuck
pistaasi {n}  :: pistachio
pistaasipähkinä {n}  :: pistachio nut
päiste {n}  :: headland
piste {n} [mathematics]  :: point (zero-dimensional object)
piste {n}  :: point (mark or stroke above a letter)
piste {n}  :: point (particular location)
piste {n}  :: point (something tiny)
piste {n}  :: point (unit of scoring)
piste {n} [typography]  :: point, dot, full stop, period
piste {n} [typography]  :: point (unit of font size or spacing)
pisteittäinen {adj} [mathematics]  :: pointwise
pistekirjoitus {n}  :: Braille
pisteliäs {adj}  :: sarcastic, mordant
pisteliäs {adj}  :: tart, pungent
pistellä {v}  :: Frequentative form of pistää; all senses
pistemäärä {n}  :: score (total number of points earned by a participant in a game)
pistemusiikki {n} [music]  :: punctualism
pistepörssi {n}  :: player statistics
pistetulo {n}  :: scalar product
pistiäinen {n}  :: Any insect in the order Hymenoptera, especially those in the sawfly suborder Symphyta
pistiäinen {n} [zoology]  :: In plural (pistiäiset) the insect order Hymenoptera comprising the sawflies, wasps, bees and ants
päistikkaa {adv}  :: head over heels, headlong (at top speed; frantically)
päistikkaa {adv}  :: head over heels, headlong (tumbling upside down)
pistin {n}  :: bayonet
pistin {n}  :: stinger (of animals, e.g. wasp stinger)
pisto {n}  :: sting, bite
pisto {n}  :: stitch
pistohaava {n}  :: puncture wound, stab (deep narrow wound caused by a pointed object)
pistokas {n} [gardening]  :: cutting (leaf, stem, branch, or root removed from a plant and cultivated to grow a new plant)
pistoke {n} [electricity]  :: A plug (connecting device)
pistokärpänen {n}  :: stable fly, Stomoxys calcitrans
pistomiekka {n}  :: rapier
pistooli {n}  :: pistol
pistooliammunta {n}  :: pistol shooting (sport)
pistoolikahva {n}  :: pistol grip (grip shaped like that of a pistol)
pistorasia {n}  :: socket, outlet, wall socket; point [UK]; receptacle, wall plug [US] (opening for connecting an electric plug)
pistotulppa {n}  :: plug (electric connecting device)
pistää päänsä pensaaseen {phrase}  :: to bury one's head in the sand (to deliberately ignore the reality of a situation)
pistävä {adj}  :: pungent
pistäytyä {vi} [intransitive + inessive]  :: To drop by
pisu {n} [childish]  :: pee
pisuaari {n}  :: alternative spelling of pisoaari
pitää {vt} [+ elative + kiinni]  :: To hold onto
pitää {vt} [+ genitive-accusative]  :: To keep, take
pitää {vt} [impersonal]  :: genitive + 3rd-pers. singular + infinitive = to have (to do); (in conditional mood) should (do), ought (to do), be supposed (to do), would have (to do)
pitää {vt} [+ partitive]  :: To hold, grasp, grip
pitää {vt} [+ partitive]  :: To keep (an animal)
pitää {vt} [transitive + elative]  :: To like, be fond of
pitää {vt} [transitive + partitive + essive]  :: To consider (to be), to assess, to see as
pitää {vt}  :: Used in very many collocations with nouns, translated often into "engage in", "have", "do", "transact", "pursue", "conduct", "carry out" "keep up", "maintain", "lead/teach" etc
pita {n}  :: pita
pitaali {n} [pathology, rare]  :: alternative spelling of spitaali
pitaleipä {n}  :: pita bread, pita
pitchi {n} [golf]  :: pitch
pitempi {adj}  :: comparative form of pitkä
pitentää {v}  :: alternative form of pidentää
pitentyä {v}  :: alternative form of pidentyä
pitää hallussaan {vt}  :: To command, hold, control the use of, maintain in one's possession, obtain
pitää hauskaa {v}  :: To enjoy oneself
pitää hauskaa {v}  :: To have fun, have a ball, have a good time
pitää huolta {vi}  :: (+ elative) To take care of
pitää huolta {v}  :: To mind
pitää huolta omista asioistaan {phrase}  :: To mind one's own business
pitäjä {n}  :: holder
pitäjä {n}  :: keeper
pitäjä {n}  :: (old-fashioned) rural municipality
pitkä {adj} [of an object]  :: long
pitkä {adj} [of a person]  :: tall
pitkäaikainen {adj}  :: chronic
pitkäaikainen {adj}  :: long-term
pitkäaikainen {adj}  :: secular (going on for a long period of time)
pitkäaikainen vastuu {n} [accounting, finance]  :: long-term liability
pitkäaikainen vieras pääoma {n} [accounting, finance]  :: long-term debt
pitkäaikaisin {adj}  :: superlative form of pitkäaikainen
pitkäaikaispotilas {n}  :: long-term patient (seriously injured or chronically ill person who has to spend long periods of time in hospital care)
pitkäaikaistyötön {n}  :: long-term unemployed (person who has been unemployed for an elongated period of time)
pitkäaikaistyöttömyys {n}  :: long-term unemployment
pitäkää hauskaa {phrase}  :: Have fun! (2nd person plural)
pitkähiuksinen {adj}  :: [of humans] longhaired
pitkähäntämuurahaiskäpy {n} [zoology]  :: long-tailed pangolin, Manis tetradactyla
pitkähuilu {n} [musical instruments]  :: willow flute
pitää kiirettä {v}  :: To hurry
pitkäikäinen {adj}  :: long-lasting (persisting or enduring for a long time)
pitkäikäinen {adj}  :: long-lived (having a long lifespan; surviving for a long period of time)
pitkin {postp}  :: along
pitkittää {v}  :: to prolong, draw out, extend (to make something last for more time than is necessary)
pitkittäin {adv}  :: lengthwise
pitkittäinen {adj}  :: longitudinal (running in the direction of the long axis of a body)
pitkittäisaalto {n} [physics]  :: longitudinal wave (wave in which the direction of disturbance is parallel to the direction of travel)
pitkittäisleikkaus {n}  :: lengthwise cross-section
pitkäjalka {n}  :: black-winged stilt, Himantopus himantopus
pitkäjalka {n}  :: stilt (three species of bird in the genera Himantopus and Cladorhynchus)
pitkäjalkainen {adj}  :: long-legged
pitkäjänteinen {adj}  :: long-term (extending over a relatively long time period)
pitkäkarvainen {adj}  :: [of furred animals] longhaired
pitkäkarvainen collie {n}  :: rough collie (breed of dog)
pitkäkaulaluuttu {n} [music]  :: tanbur (type of long-necked lute commonly used in Central and South Asian music)
pitkä kiekko {n} [ice hockey]  :: An icing
pitkäkseen {adv}  :: down (to a reclining position); mostly used in the expression [[käydä pitkäkseen to lie down]]
pitkälleen {adv}  :: to a horizontal position, horizontally; often translated into English with down
pitkällään {adv}  :: in a horizontal position, horizontally; often translated into English with down
pitkälti {adv}  :: to a large extent
pitkämiekka {n}  :: A longsword, greatsword, bastard sword or bastardsword
pitkämielinen {adj}  :: long-suffering, patient, forbearing (characterized by patience and indulgence)
pitkään {adv}  :: for long, at length
pitkään aikaan {phrase}  :: in a long time, for a long time
pitkän aikavälin vastuu {n} [accounting, finance]  :: long-term liability
Pitkänen {prop}  :: Finnish surname
pitkänomainen {adj}  :: elongated, longish
pitko {n}  :: A [[pulla cardamom bread]] that has been baked in the form of a plait
pitkospuu {n}  :: duckboard (one of a long series of boards laid as a path across wet or muddy ground)
pitkospuu {n}  :: in plural (pitkospuut), duckboards (path made that way)
pitkäperjantai {n}  :: Good Friday
pitkäpiimä {n} [dairy products]  :: A type of piimä typical for western Finland
pitkäpiimäinen {adj} [idiomatic]  :: ponderous (extremely dull or boring)
pitkäpiimäinen {adj} [idiomatic]  :: prolix (tediously lengthy)
pitkäpiimäinen {adj}  :: of or pertaining to pitkäpiimä
pitkäpiimäisesti {adv}  :: ponderously, dully
pitkäpiimäisyys {n}  :: ponderousness, dullness
pitkäsiima {n} [fishing]  :: longline
pitkäsoitto {n}  :: As modifier in compound terms: long-playing, LP
pitkäsoitto {n}  :: LP record
pitkäsäärinen {adj}  :: leggy
pitkästä aikaa {interj}  :: long time no see; it has been a long time
pitkästyä {v}  :: to get bored
pitkästyttää {vt}  :: to bore (to make boring, tiresome)
pitkästyttävä {adj}  :: tiresome, dull
pitkästyttävästi {adv}  :: tiresomely, dully
pitkulainen {adj}  :: elongated
pitkäveteinen {adj}  :: dull, tedious, boring
pitkäveteisesti {adv}  :: tediously
pitää kynttiläänsä vakan alla {phrase} [idiomatic]  :: to hide one's light under a bushel (to conceal one's talents or positive qualities, especially due to modesty or shyness; to avoid attention)
pitää mykkäkoulua {v} [idiomatic]  :: To give someone the cold shoulder, to refuse to speak to someone for an extended period of time
pito {n}  :: traction (friction)
-pitoinen {adj}  :: When combined with a term that refers to a non-food material, containing or -bearing (including as a part). Sometimes the English equivalent is a substance-specific adjective (e.g. rautapitoinen = ferrous)
-pitoinen {adj}  :: When combined with other nouns, the resulting adjective usually indicates a relatively large share. The translation into English varies, and one may have to think through synonyms
pitoisuus {n}  :: concentration
pitoisuus {n}  :: percentage
pitää paikkansa {v}  :: to hold true, be true (to be true, valid or applicable)
pitää peukkua {phrase} [idiomatic]  :: to cross one's fingers, keep thumbs up (to wish good luck)
pitää puhe {phrase}  :: To speak, to give a speech, to deliver a speech, to address an audience (to deliver a message to a group)
pitää puheensa {v} [idiomatic]  :: To walk the talk [US] (to do what one said one could do, or would do, not just making empty promises)
pitsa {n}  :: pizza
pitseria {n}  :: pizzeria
päitset {n}  :: headgear (harness that fits on a horse's head)
pitää seuraa {v}  :: to keep someone company
pitsi {n}  :: lace
pitää silmällä {v}  :: To keep an eye on
pitää silmäpeliä {phrase} [idiomatic]  :: to give someone the eye, make eyes at (to show flirtatious signs with one's eyes)
pitsipuumuura {n}  :: chestnut-backed antshrike
pitää sisällään {v}  :: encase
pittoreski {adj}  :: picturesque
pituinen {adj}  :: long; tall [in case of humans]
pituus {n}  :: height (vertical distance from the ground to the highest part of a standing person)
pituus {n}  :: in combination with [[itäinen eastern]] or [[läntinen western]]: longitude (angular distance east or west from Greenwich meridian)
pituus {n}  :: length
pituusaste {n}  :: longitude (angular distance east or west from the Greenwich meridian)
pituushyppääjä {n}  :: long jumper (athlete)
pituushyppy {n} [athletics]  :: long jump
pituuspiiri {n} [geography]  :: longitude
pituusyksikkö {n}  :: unit of length
pitävä {adj}  :: firm, as in pitävä ote ("firm grip")
pitävä {adj}  :: proof (in compound terms, firm or successful in resisting)
pitävä {adj}  :: solid, as in pitävä väite ("solid argument")
pitää varansa {vi} [idiomatic]  :: To watch out, watch one's step, be on one's guard, keep one's eyes open (literally: "to maintain one's room/space")
pitää vettä {v}  :: to hold water; both literally (to not leak) and figuratively (to withstand scrutiny, to be valid)
pitävästi {adv}  :: conclusively
pitää yhtä {vi}  :: To band together, stick together, speak with one voice
pitää yhteyttä {v}  :: to follow up (to maintain communication)
pitää yhteyttä {v}  :: to keep in touch
pitää yllä {vt} [+ partitive]  :: To maintain; to keep up (to maintain the good condition of sth); to sustain
piuha {n} [colloquial]  :: electrical cord
piukea {adj}  :: alternative form of piukka
piukempi {adj}  :: comparative form of piukka
piukka {adj}  :: tight
päivää {interj}  :: good day, hello; short of hyvää päivää
päivä {n}  :: A day (from midnight to midnight)
päivä {n}  :: A day (period between sunrise and sunset)
päivä {n}  :: A day (period of 24 hours)
päivä {n}  :: A day (the part of a day period which one spends at one’s job, school, etc.)
päivä {n} [poetic]  :: The sun
päiväaika {n}  :: daytime
päiväaikainen {adj}  :: diurnal (happening during daylight)
päiväaktiivinen {adj} [zoology]  :: diurnal (primarily active during daylight)
päivähoito {n}  :: daycare
Päiviö {prop}  :: male given name
Päiviö {prop} [rare, obsolete]  :: female given name
Päivi {prop}  :: female given name
Päivikki {prop}  :: female given name
päiviltä {n}  :: ablative plural of päivä
päivineen {adv}  :: and all (including every item associated with preceding item or series of items)
päivisin {adv}  :: In the daytime (habitually taking place during the day)
päivitellä {v} [computing]  :: to update, in a leisurely manner
päivitellä {v}  :: to bemoan, complain, regret; to dismay or worry about something
päivitellä {v}  :: to wonder or admire, with plentiful words
päivittää {vt}  :: To update (to make up-to-date)
päivittäin {adv}  :: daily
päivittäinen {adj}  :: daily (that happens every day)
päivittäistavara {n}  :: grocery (an item of foodstuffs or other household supplies)
päivittäistavarakauppa {n}  :: business or trade of retailing groceries
päivittäistavarakauppa {n}  :: grocery store, grocery, grocer's
päivitys {n}  :: update
päiväkirja {n}  :: A diary, especially one kept by an individual
päiväkirja {n}  :: A log
päiväkorento {n}  :: alternative form of päivänkorento
päiväkoti {n}  :: day care center
päiväkoti {n}  :: kindergarten
päivälehti {n}  :: daily paper
päivällä {adv}  :: at day, in the daytime
päivällä {adv}  :: later or earlier today, depending on context
päivällinen {n}  :: dinner
päivällisaika {n}  :: dinnertime, dinner hour, suppertime, supper hour (time when dinner is ready and served)
päivällispöytä {n}  :: dinner table
päivämäärä {n}  :: A date (time reference)
päivämääräraja {n}  :: date line
päivänjatko {n}  :: rest of the day; used mainly in the expression hyvää päivänjatkoa for which the best English translation is probably have a nice day
päivänkakkara {n}  :: daisy
päivänkoite {n}  :: crack of dawn
päivänkoitto {n}  :: daybreak, break of dawn, dawn
päivänkorento {n}  :: mayfly [any of the insects in the order Ephemeroptera]
päivänkukka {n} [archaic]  :: oxeye daisy, marguerite (Leucanthemum vulgare)
päivänkukka {n} [archaic]  :: sunflower (Helianthus annuus)
päivänpaiste {n}  :: sunshine
päivänsankari {n}  :: A person whose birthday or other anniversary it is at present
päivänsäde {n}  :: sunray
päivänsäde {n}  :: sunshine
päivänseisaus {n} [Calendar terms]  :: solstice; as modifier in compound terms also solstitial
päivänseisauspiste {n} [astronomy]  :: solstice point, solstitial point (point on a planet's orbit at which a solstice occurs)
päivänselvä {adj}  :: crystal clear, literally: "clear as day"
päivänselvä {adj}  :: obvious
päivänselvästi {adv}  :: obviously
päivänselvyys {n}  :: obviousness
päiväntasaaja {n}  :: equator
Päiväntasaajan Guinea {prop}  :: Equatorial Guinea
päiväntasaus {n} [Calendar terms]  :: equinox
päiväntasauspiste {n} [astronomy]  :: equinoctial point, equinox point (point on a planet's orbit at which an equinox occurs)
päivänvalo {n}  :: daylight
päivänvalo {n}  :: light (in certain idiomatic expressions)
päivänvarjo {n}  :: parasol, umbrella (cloth-covered frame used for protection against sun)
päivän virsi {n}  :: alternative term for graduaalivirsi
pivo {n} [archaic]  :: A hand, palm
päiväpeite {n}  :: bedcover, bedspread (part of bedding)
päiväpuoli {n} [astronomy]  :: dayside
päiväraha {n}  :: daily allowance
päiväraha {n}  :: per diem (daily stipend)
päiväsaika {n}  :: daytime (the time of daylight)
päiväsaikaan {adv}  :: In daytime
päiväsakko {n}  :: day-fine, day fine, unit fine (fine, the amount of which is based on the daily personal income of the offender)
päivästä toiseen {adv}  :: day in, day out
päivätä {v}  :: to date (to note the time of)
päivät ovat luetut {phrase} [idiomatic]  :: days are numbered (some period of time is coming to an end)
päiväunelma {n}  :: daydream
päiväuni {n}  :: daydream
päiväuni {n}  :: in plural päiväunet also: (afternoon) nap
päiväuni {n}  :: pipe dream
päivyri {n}  :: diary
päiväys {n}  :: date
päivystää {vi}  :: To be on call (e.g. by a phone at a workplace)
päivystys {n}  :: emergency duty, on call duty, duty, service
päivystyspoliklinikka {n}  :: emergency room, emergency department, accident and emergency]] [Australia], casualty [UK], emergency ward (department of a hospital primarily used for the treatment of the most serious, often life-threatening conditions)
päiwä {n}  :: obsolete spelling of päivä
pizza {n}  :: pizza
pizzeria {n}  :: pizzeria
pääjakso {n} [taxonomy]  :: A phylum
pääjalkainen {n}  :: A cephalopod
pääjohtaja {n}  :: director-general
pääjohtaja {n}  :: general director, chief executive officer
pääjohto {n}  :: main, main line, trunk line (large pipe or cable providing utility service to a building or area)
Pjongjang {prop}  :: Pyongyang
pääjoukko {n} [cycling]  :: peloton
pääjoukko {n}  :: main group
pääjäristys {n} [geology]  :: mainshock (maximum shock in an earthquake event)
pääjuhla {n}  :: main celebration
pääkallo {n} [anatomy]  :: skull
pääkallokiitäjä {n}  :: death's-head hawkmoth (Acherontia atropos)
pääkallonmetsästäjä {n}  :: headhunter
pääkallonpaikka {n} [informal]  :: headquarters
pääkampa {n}  :: A comb, often decorated, designed to be worn as part of a hairdo rather than used for combing; hair-comb
pääkatu {n}  :: main street, high street
pääkaupunki {n}  :: capital (city)
pääkaupunkiseutu {n}  :: Helsinki metropolitan area (Helsinki, Espoo, Vantaa, and Kauniainen)
pökerryksissä {adv}  :: stunned, dazed
pökerryttää {vt}  :: to stun
pökertyä {vi}  :: To become stunned
päkiä {n} [anatomy]  :: ball (of a foot)
pääkipu {n} [pathology]  :: headache
pääkirja {n} [accounting]  :: general ledger (central accounting record of a company or organization)
pääkirjasto {n}  :: main library
pääkirjoitus {n}  :: editorial, leader (principal article in a publication giving the opinion of its editors)
päkistää {v} [colloquial]  :: to strain oneself
pökkö {n}  :: log, stock, block of wood
PKK {initialism}  :: PKK (Kurdistan Workers' Party)
pökkelö {n}  :: (rotten) log
pökäle {n}  :: A piece of excrement
pää kolmantena jalkana {adv} [idiomatic]  :: juosta ~ = to run head over heels; at top speed, frantically (literally: with head as the third leg)
pääkomponenttianalyysi {n} [statistics]  :: principal component analysis
pääkonsuli {n}  :: consul general
pääkonttori {n}  :: head office (main administrative centre for a company or organisation)
pääkoppa {n}  :: cranium
pääkäsittely {n} [legal]  :: A main hearing of a legal case
pöksyt {n} [colloquial]  :: pants, especially women's underpants and children's trousers
pk-teollisuus {n}  :: small and medium industry (industrial enterprises employing 10 to 250 people)
pk-yrittäjä {n}  :: small and medium entrepreneur (entrepreneur who employs 10 to 250 people)
pk-yritys {n}  :: small and medium enterprise, SME (enterprise employing 10 to 250 people)
pääkäyttäjä {n} [computing]  :: root user, root, superuser, administrator (user with complete access to the operating system and its configuration)
plaanata {v} [nautical]  :: to plane
päälaenlohko {n} [anatomy]  :: parietal lobe
päälaenluu {n} [skeleton]  :: the parietal bone
plafondi {n}  :: ceiling light
plagiaatti {n}  :: A plagiarism
plagioida {vt}  :: To plagiarize
plagioija {n}  :: plagiarizer
plagiointi {n}  :: plagiarizing
plagioklaasi {n} [mineral]  :: plagioclase
päälaki {n} [anatomy]  ::  A crown, pate, vertex (top of the head)
päälakilohko {n} [anatomy]  :: parietal lobe
plakki {n} [dentistry]  :: plaque
planeetta {n}  :: planet
planeettainvälinen {adj}  :: interplanetary
planetaarinen {adj} [astronomy]  :: planetary
planetaarinen sumu {n} [astronomy]  :: planetary nebula
planetaario {n}  :: planetarium
planetoidi {n} [astronomy]  :: planetoid
planetologi {n}  :: planetologist
planetologia {n} [astronomy]  :: planetology
plankki {n} [dialectal]  :: shoe polish
plantaasi {n}  :: plantation
plarata {v} [dialectal]  :: to browse, leaf
plasebo {n} [pharmacology]  :: placebo
plasma {n} [biology, physics, hematology]  :: plasma
plasmafysiikka {n}  :: plasma physics
plasmanäyttö {n}  :: plasma screen
plasmapallo {n}  :: plasma ball
plastiikka {n}  :: plastic art
plastiikka {n}  :: plasticity
plastiikkakirurgi {n}  :: plastic surgeon
plastiikkakirurgia {n}  :: plastic surgery
plastinen {adj}  :: plastic (biology: capable of adapting to varying conditions)
plastinen {adj}  :: plastic, malleable; flexible, pliant (capable of being moulded)
plastinen {adj}  :: plastic (of or pertaining to the inelastic, non-brittle, deformation of a materia)
plataani {n}  :: sycamore (tree of the genus Platanus)
platina {n}  :: platinum
platinafasaani {n}  :: Lady Amherst's pheasant, Chrysolophus amherstiae
platinoida {vt}  :: To platinize
Platon {prop}  :: Plato
platonikko {n}  :: Platonist
platoninen {adj}  :: platonic (of love or relationship, nonsexual)
platoninen rakkaus {n}  :: platonic love
Platonin kappale {n} [geometry]  :: A Platonic solid
platonismi {n}  :: Platonism
päälause {n} [grammar]  :: main clause, independent clause
playboy {n}  :: playboy
plebeiji {n}  :: A plebeian, pleb
pleikkari {n} [colloquial]  :: Playstation
pleiotrooppinen {adj}  :: pleiotropic
pleissata {v}  :: To splice (to unite ropes by interweaving the strands)
pleissi {n}  :: splice (junction or joining of ropes made by splicing them together)
pleistoseenikausi {n} [geology]  :: The Pleistocene
Plejadit {prop} [astronomy]  :: The Pleiades
Plejadit {prop} [mythology]  :: The Pleiades
pleksilasi {n}  :: plexiglass (tough transparent plastic used sometimes in lieu of glass)
plektra {n} [music]  :: plectrum, pick
pleonasmi {n} [rhetoric]  :: pleonasm (rhetorical device)
pliisu {adj} [colloquial]  :: mediocre, bland, boring
plikka {n} [dialectal]  :: girl
pölinä {n}  :: dusting
pölinä {n}  :: twaddle
plioseeni {n} [geology]  :: The Pliocene
plioseenikausi {n} [geology]  :: The Pliocene
päälipeitto {n}  :: coverlet (blanket used as a bed covering, usually quilted)
pölistä {vi} [colloquial]  :: to babble, prattle; jabber
pölistä {vi}  :: to emit dust
pöljä {n}  :: A dumb person
pläkä {n} [nautical, slang]  :: calm, dead calm (period of no wind)
pälkähtää päähän {v}  :: to come to mind, spring to mind, cross one's mind, occur (to come or be presented to the mind)
pölkky {n}  :: log, stock, block of wood
pölkkypää {n}  :: blockhead (dumb person)
päällä {adv} [static]  :: On (in an operating state)
päällä {postp} [static]  :: (Physically) on top of (sth)
pöllö {adj} [slang]  :: batty, stupid, crazy, silly
pöllö {n} [colloquial]  :: fool
pöllö {n}  :: owl
päälle {adv}  :: On (into an operating state)
päälle {postp} [of movement]  :: On(to), on (top of)
päällekkäin {adv}  :: One on the other, one upon the other
päälleni {adv}  :: on (me)
päällesi {adv}  :: on (you)
pölliä {v} [colloquial]  :: To steal, nick
pölli {n} [colloquial]  :: log, stock, block of wood
päällikkö {n}  :: boss, manager
päällikkö {n}  :: chief
päällikkö {n}  :: commander
päällikkö {n}  :: head
päällikkö {n}  :: leader
päällimmäinen {adj} [comparable]  :: most urgent
päällimmäinen {adj} [uncomparable]  :: topmost, uppermost (at or nearest to the top of a pile, stack or similar)
päällimmäisin {adj}  :: superlative form of päällimmäinen
päällinen {n}  :: case, slip
päällinen {n}  :: covering, cover, spread, jacket (removable or replaceable protective or insulating cover for an object)
päällinen {n}  :: throw (piece of fabric used to cover a bed, sofa or other soft furnishing)
päällinen {n}  :: topping (food item added on top of another)
päälliskangas {n}  :: Any fabric used as outmost layer of material in a garment
päälliskangas {n}  :: Any fabric used as outmost layer of material in upholstery
päällitse {postp}  :: over, above; also other translations, depending on context (by the way of going over or above something)
pöllökehrääjä {n}  :: frogmouth (bird of the family Podargidae)
pöllämystynyt {adj}  :: dumbfounded, stunned
pöllönen {n}  :: part of the common name of some other small owls in other genera
pöllönen {n}  :: scops owl (bird of the genus Otus)
pöllönen {n}  :: screech owl (bird of the genus Megascops, formerly classified to belong to Otus)
päällys {n}  :: top, cover
päällyskenkä {n}  :: overshoe
päällyslakana {n}  :: top sheet (part of bedding)
päällystää {vt}  :: To coat, overlay, pave
päällystä {n}  :: alternative form of päällys
päällyste {n}  :: covering, especially one that is meant to be used together with the covered object
päällyste {n}  :: flooring, (floor) covering, pavement (surfacing on an interior floor, especially in technical sense)
päällyste {n}  :: pavement, paving (paved exterior surface, as with a road or sidewalk)
päällyste {n}  :: topping, such as on pizza etc
päällystys {n}  :: covering, paving
pöllyttää {vt}  :: to spank, to pull someone's hair as a punishment
plokata {v}  :: to pick
plotata {v} [colloquial]  :: To plot (a diagram)
pälpättää {vi}  :: to chatter, blabber, gab
pälpätys {n}  :: gab
plörinä {n}  :: See mennä plörinäksi
päläs {n}  :: In a ski, the place on which the foot is supported
pläsi {n} [slang]  :: face, especially an ugly one
päältä {postp} [of movement]  :: From top of
pälättää {v}  :: to prattle
pälätys {n}  :: prattle
pääluku {n}  :: headcount (number of people present)
pääluku {n}  :: main chapter
pääluokka {n} [grammar]  :: voice
pääluottamusmies {n}  :: A head shop steward; in a large workplace there may be several shop stewards, in which case one of them is appointed to represent them as a group towards the employer
pluraali {n}  :: plural
pluralismi {n} [philosophy]  :: pluralism
pluralismi {n} [social sciences]  :: pluralism
pluraliteettijärjestelmä {n}  :: first past the post, simple majority voting, plurality voting (voting system where the candidate with the most votes (a plurality) wins, without any form of preference transfer)
pluratiivi {n}  :: plurale tantum
plus {conj}  :: plus
pluskvamperfekti {n} [grammar]  :: past perfect, pluperfect, pluperfect tense
plusmerkki {n}  :: plus sign
plussa {n}  :: plus sign
plussata {v} [colloquial]  :: To sum
Pluto {prop}  :: Pluto (dwarf planet)
Pluto {prop} [Roman mythology]  :: Pluto (Roman god)
plutokraatti {n}  :: plutocrat
plutokratia {n}  :: plutocracy
plutoni {n} [geology]  :: pluton
plutoninen {adj} [mineralogy]  :: plutonic
plutonium {n}  :: plutonium
pääluu {n} [skeleton]  :: the cranium (neurocranium and facial skeleton considered as one bone)
pluumi {n} [geology]  :: mantle plume
pälvi {n}  :: A patch of snow-free ground, especially in the spring when the snow melts
pälvi {n}  :: bald patch (area of baldness on a partially bald head)
päälävistäjä {n} [mathematics]  :: main diagonal
pölvästi {n}  :: A dumb person
pöly {n}  :: dust
pölyhuiska {n}  :: feather duster
pälyillä {v}  :: to glance (to look briefly at something)
pölyinen {adj}  :: dusty
pölykapseli {n}  :: hubcap, wheel cover
pölykeuhko {n} [pathology]  :: pneumoconiosis
pölykoira {n}  :: dust bunny
pölynimuri {n}  :: vacuum cleaner, hoover
pölypilvi {n}  :: dust cloud
pölypunkki {n}  :: dust mite, house dust mite (Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus)
pölytä {vi}  :: To make dust
pölyttää {v} [botany]  :: to pollinate
pölyttää {v}  :: to dust (to remove dust by shaking or similar mechanical treatment, but not vacuuming)
pölyttää {v}  :: to dust (to sprinkle over with fine powder)
pölyttäjä {n}  :: duster (person who dusts)
pölyttäjä {n}  :: pollinator (insect etc. that pollinates)
pölyttäjä {n}  :: pollinator (plant that is the source of pollen for cross-pollination)
pölytys {n} [botany]  :: pollination
pölytys {n}  :: dusting (removal of dust)
pölytys {n}  :: dusting (spraying or covering something with fine powder)
plyyshikangas {n}  :: alternative spelling of plyysikangas
plyysikangas {n}  :: plush, especially the type that's used for upholstery (fabric)
päämaja {n}  :: base
päämaja {n}  :: headquarters
päämies {n} [legal]  :: client
pääministeri {n}  :: prime minister
pämppäilijä {n}  :: boozer
pämppäillä {v}  :: to booze
pömppömaha {n}  :: A protruding belly
pämpätä {v}  :: to booze
päämäärä {n}  :: goal, aim, objective
päämäärätietoisuus {n}  :: sense of direction
PN {initialism}  :: Pohjoismaiden neuvosto, the Nordic Council
päänahka {n} [anatomy]  :: scalp
pää-äänenkannattaja {n}  :: (leading) organ, party organ (newspaper representing the official opinion of a political party)
pneumaattinen {adj}  :: pneumatic
pneumaattinen sireeni {n}  :: pneumatic siren
pneumaattisesti {adv}  :: pneumatically
pneumatiikka {n}  :: pneumatics
pneumonia {n} [pathology]  :: pneumonia
päänkipu {n} [rare]  :: alternative form of pääkipu
pönkittää {v}  :: to prop up, shore up
päänkivistys {n} [figuratively]  :: headache
pönäkkä {adj}  :: squat, thickset, stout
pänniä {v} [informal]  :: to annoy, vex
päännyökkääjälihas {n} [anatomy]  :: sternocleidomastoid muscle, sternomastoid
päännyökkäys {n}  :: nod (of the head)
päänoja {n}  :: headrest (part of a seat designed to support the head)
päänsisäinen {adj}  :: mental, inner
päänsärky {n} [figuratively]  :: headache (nuisance or unpleasant problem)
päänsärky {n}  :: headache (pain or ache in the head)
pääntie {n}  :: neckline
päntätä {vt} [colloquial]  :: to study, to cram
pönttö {n} [colloquial]  :: A blockhead (stupid person)
pönttö {n} [informal]  :: A bin, can (any clumsy and/or ugly container, often open on top, with or without a lid)
pönttö {n} [informal]  :: A toilet seat
pääntuki {n}  :: head support, as in a car seat etc
päänäyttämö {n}  :: mainstage (largest performing space in a venue)
podcast {n}  :: A podcast
podcastata {v}  :: To podcast (to deliver audio via an RSS feed over the internet to a subscriber)
podsoli {n}  :: podsol
poeettinen {adj}  :: poetic
poetiikka {n}  :: poetics
pogromi {n}  :: pogrom
pohatta {n}  :: tycoon
pohdinta {n}  :: deliberation, consideration, pondering
pohdiskella {v}  :: To reflect, contemplate
pohdittava {n}  :: food for thought (information or knowledge that is worthy of contemplation)
pohja {n} [archaic, poetic]  :: north; also with capital initial
pohja {n}  :: bottom (lowest part of anything, especially of a container)
pohja {n}  :: fundament (underlying basis or principle)
pohja {n}  :: layout (spatial arrangement of a building or flat)
Pohja {prop}  :: A former municipality in western Uusimaa, now part of Raasepori
Pohja {prop}  :: alternative capitalization of pohja (in the sense "north")
Pohja {prop}  :: Finnish surname
pohjaeliöstö {adj}  :: benthos
pohjahinta {n}  :: reserve price (price set by a seller in an auction, below which the lot or item cannot be sold)
-pohjainen {adj}  :: -bottomed
-pohjainen {adj} [not comparable]  :: -based
pohjainflaatio {n}  :: core inflation
pohjalainen {adj}  :: Ostrobothnian (of or pertaining to the region of Ostrobothnia)
pohjalainen {n}  :: Ostrobothnian (person)
pohjallinen {adj}  :: Having a bottom
pohjallinen {n}  :: insole
pohjalukema {n} [sports]  :: The best result reached so far in an ongoing contest; the leading score which other competitors have to beat, if they wish to win
pohjalukema {n}  :: The lowest value in a set of observations, the rock bottom, a minimum
pohjamaa {n} [construction]  :: subgrade
pohjanhorsma {n} [plant]  :: Hornemann's willowherb (Epilobium hornemannii)
pohjanhyytelöjäkälä {n}  :: Collema curtisporum (a lichen)
pohjankatkarapu {n}  :: deep-sea prawn, Pandalus borealis (species of shrimp found in cold parts of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans)
Pohjan kruunu {prop}  :: The constellation Corona Borealis, the Northern Crown
Pohjanlahti {prop}  :: The Gulf of Bothnia
pohjanleinikki {n}  :: arctic buttercup, Ranunculus hyperboreus (a flowering plant in the genus Ranunculus)
pohjanlepakko {n}  :: northern bat, Eptesicus nilssonii
Pohjanmaa {prop}  :: Ostrobothnia (historical province of Finland)
Pohjanmaan kautta {interj}  :: bottoms up
Pohjanmeri {prop}  :: The North Sea
pohjanmerikarhu {n}  :: northern fur seal, Callorhinus ursinus (species of fur seal native to the northern Pacific)
pohjanoteeraus {n} [idiomatic]  :: low point, all-time low, rock bottom, the worst
pohjanpika {n}  :: northern pika, Ochotona hyperborea
pohjanpystykorva {n}  :: Norrbottenspets, Nordic spitz
pohjanrousku {n}  :: A milk-cap, Lactarius subcircellatus
pohjantamandua {n}  :: northern tamandua, Tamandua mexicana
Pohjantähti {prop} [astronomy]  :: Polaris, North Star or Pole Star
pohjantikka {n}  :: Eurasian three-toed woodpecker, Picoides tridactylus
pohjasakka {n}  :: dreg, dregs (sediment in a liquid)
pohjasakka {n}  :: dreg (lowest and most worthless part of something)
pohjata {v} [rare]  :: to run aground, ground
pohjata {v}  :: to base on
pohjaton {adj}  :: bottomless
pohjatrooli {n} [fishing]  :: A dragnet
pohjatuuli {n} [poetic, literary]  :: north wind
pohjautua {vi}  :: To be based on
pohjavesi {n}  :: groundwater
pohjavesikerros {n}  :: An aquifer
pohjavilla {n}  :: undercoat (layer of hairs under fur)
pohje {n} [anatomy]  :: A calf
pohjeluu {n} [skeleton]  :: calf bone, fibula (smaller of the two bones of the lower leg)
pohjoinen {adj}  :: northern
pohjoinen {n}  :: north
Pohjoinen jäämeri {prop}  :: The Arctic Ocean
pohjoinen napapiiri {n} [geography]  :: Arctic Circle
pohjois- {prefix}  :: north, northern
Pohjois-Afrikka {prop}  :: North Africa
Pohjois-Amerikan suuret järvet {prop}  :: The Great Lakes
Pohjois-Amerikka {prop}  :: North America
pohjoisamerikkalainen {adj}  :: North American
pohjoisamerikkalainen {n}  :: North American
Pohjois-Atlantin liitto {prop}  :: North Atlantic Treaty Organization
Pohjois-Atlantti {prop}  :: The North Atlantic
Pohjois-Carolina {prop}  :: North Carolina (state of the United States)
Pohjois-Dakota {prop}  :: North Dakota
pohjoisempi {adj}  :: comparative form of pohjoinen
pohjoisenpuoleinen {adj}  :: northerly
Pohjois-Eurooppa {prop}  :: Northern Europe
pohjoiseurooppalainen {adj}  :: Northern European
pohjoiseurooppalainen {n}  :: A Northern European person
pohjoisfriisi {n}  :: North Frisian (Frisian language)
pohjoisfriisi {n}  :: North Frisian (person)
Pohjois-Irlanti {prop}  :: Northern Ireland
Pohjois-Jemen {prop}  :: North Yemen
pohjoiskalotti {n}  :: northern polar cap
Pohjois-Karjala {prop}  :: North Karelia (a province of Finland)
pohjoiskarjalainen {adj}  :: North Karelian (of or pertaining to North Karelia)
pohjoiskoillinen {n}  :: north-northeast
Pohjois-Korea {prop}  :: North Korea
pohjoiskorealainen {adj}  :: North Korean
pohjoiskorealainen {n}  :: North Korean
pohjoisluode {n}  :: north-northwest
pohjoismaa {n}  :: A Nordic country
Pohjoismaat {prop}  :: the Nordic countries
pohjoismainen {adj}  :: Nordic
Pohjois-Mariaanit {prop}  :: Northern Marianas (state)
pohjoisnapa {n}  :: A north pole
pohjoisosa {n}  :: northern part
Pohjois-Ossetia {prop}  :: North Ossetia
Pohjois-Pohjanmaa {prop}  :: Northern Ostrobothnia, (a province of Finland)
pohjoispuoli {n}  :: northside
pohjoisraja {n}  :: northern border
pohjoissaame {n}  :: The Northern Sami language
Pohjoissaari {prop}  :: North Island
Pohjois-Suomi {prop}  :: northern Finland
Pohjoisterritorio {prop}  :: Northern Territory
pohjoistuuli {n}  :: north wind
Pohjois-Vietnam {prop}  :: North Vietnam
pohjoisviitta {n} [nautical]  :: cardinal mark for north
pohjola {n}  :: the North, especially the Arctic and subarctic regions of the world in general, without reference to any particular place
Pohjola {prop}  :: Alternative capitalization of pohjola
Pohjola {prop}  :: An important mythical location in the Finnish national epic Kalevala, translated as Northland in the English-language Kalevala. Pohjola is depicted as rival and opponent of Kaleva, the home of the heroes of the epic
Pohjola {prop}  :: Finnish surname
Pohjola {prop}  :: The Nordic countries
pohjukaissuoli {n}  :: A duodenum
pohjukaissuolihaava {n} [pathology]  :: duodenal ulcer
pohjukka {n} [anatomy]  :: A fornix (archlike fold)
pohjustaa {v}  :: to underlay, set up
pohmelo {n}  :: hangover (sickness caused by excessive drinking)
pohtia {vt} [transitive + partitive]  :: to ponder, consider, reflect, mull over (to think about something deeply)
poies {adv} [dialectal]  :: away
poiju {n}  :: A buoy
poika {n}  :: boy
poika {n}  :: son
poika {n}  :: young (an offspring of an animal, especially of bird)
poikabakteeri {n} [childish]  :: cootie, boy germ (imaginary germ that the boys are supposed to have, used as a pretence to avoid their company or just to make a fuss about nothing)
poikabändi {n}  :: boy band
poikakoulu {n}  :: boy school
poikalapsi {n}  :: A boy child
poikamainen {adj}  :: boyish
poikamies {n}  :: bachelor (unmarried man)
poikamiesboksi {n}  :: bachelor pad, garçonnière
poikanen {n}  :: diminutive form of poika
poikanen {n}  :: little boy
poikanen {n}  :: tuulen ~ : puff of wind, light breeze
poikanen {n}  :: young (an animal offspring, especially one for which there's no specific term - see hyponyms below)
poikaparka {n}  :: poor (pitiful) boy
poikapuoli {n}  :: stepson
poikarakkaus {n} [euphemistic]  :: A homosexual relationship between males
poikarakkaus {n} [euphemistic]  :: homosexual love between males
poikasopraano {n} [music]  :: boy soprano
poikatyttö {n}  :: tomboy
poikavauva {n}  :: baby boy
poikaystävä {n}  :: boyfriend
poiketa {vi} [intransitive + elative]  :: to differ from, be different from, depart, deviate, diverge (not to have the same traits, characteristics)
poiketa {vi} [intransitive + elative]  :: to digress, deviate (to turn aside from the main subject of attention, or course of argument)
poiketa {vi}  :: to deviate, stray, wander; to diverge, swerve, veer (to change course or plan; to go off course; to fall outside, e.g. of a norm)
poiketa {vi}  :: to drop by, drop in (to visit without an appointment)
poikia {v}  :: to calve
poikia {v}  :: to litter (to give birth to, used of animals)
poikien {v} [fi-infinitive of, t=2a, poikia, c=ins]  ::
poikin {adv}  :: pitkin ~ far and wide, here and there, this way and that, every which way, crisscross
poikitse {adv} [rare, dated, poetic, dialectal]  :: (Scattered/strewn) here and there, all over (the place), (all) spread out
poikitse {postp} [rare, dated, poetic, dialectal]  :: Across, through
poikittain {adv}  :: crosswise, diagonally, obliquely
poikittain {adv} [nautical]  :: abeam
poikittainen {adj} [nautical]  :: abeam (being at a right angle to the centerline)
poikittainen {adj}  :: transverse, traverse (crossing from one side to the other)
poikittaisaalto {n} [physics]  :: transverse wave (wave in which the direction of disturbance is perpendicular to the direction of travel)
poikittaisleikkaus {n}  :: crosswise cross-section
poikittaispalkki {n}  :: A transverse beam
poikittaistutkimus {n}  :: cross study
poikkeama {n}  :: aberration
poikkeama {n}  :: anomaly
poikkeama {n}  :: deflection
poikkeama {n} [math]  :: deviation
poikkeava {adj}  :: abnormal, aberrant, deviant, anomalous
poikkeavampi {adj}  :: comparative form of poikkeava
poikkeavuus {n}  :: abnormality (the state of being abnormal)
poikkeuksellinen {adj}  :: Exceptional
poikkeuksellisen {adj}  :: Exceptionally
poikkeuksellisesti {adv}  :: exceptionally
poikkeukseton {adj}  :: exceptionless
poikkeuksetta {adv}  :: without exception, bar none
poikkeus {n}  :: Exception
poikkeuslupa {n}  :: permit of exception
poikkeustila {n} [legal]  :: state of emergency
poikkeustilanne {n}  :: exceptional situation (any out-of-ordinary situation, especially one in which exception from established practices or rules is justified)
poikkeutin {n}  :: deflector
poikkeuttaa {vt}  :: to deflect, to make deviate
poikki {adv}  :: broken into two or more pieces:
poikki {adv} [colloquial]  :: exhausted, beat, dead tired:
poikki {adv}  :: with a verb describing the means of breaking into two or more pieces; off:
poikki {postp}  :: across, through
poikki- {prefix}  :: cross-, transverse
poikkihuilu {n}  :: Western concert flute, transverse flute
poikkilaiva {n} [architecture]  :: transept
poikkileikkaus {n}  :: cross-section (section formed by a plane cutting through an object)
poikkinainen {adj}  :: broken, cut
poikkinainti {n} [colloquial]  :: marrying across Torne River from Finland to Sweden or from Sweden to Finland
poikkitieteellinen {adj}  :: multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary (relating to multiple areas of study)
poikue {n}  :: litter (offspring of a mammal born in one birth)
poikuus {n}  :: boyhood
poikuus {n}  :: male virginity
poimia {vt}  :: To excerpt, extract (to take by selection; to choose out; to cite or quote, as a passage from a book)
poimia {vt}  :: To pick
poimia rusinat pullasta {phrase} [idiomatic]  :: to cherry pick (to select only the best from a range of options)
poimija {n}  :: collector, picker (e.g. of berries)
poiminta {n}  :: collecting, picking
poimu {n}  :: fold, warp, crease, wrinkle, ruga
poimuinen {adj} [botany]  :: plicate
poimuinen {adj}  :: corrugated
poimuinen {adj}  :: pleated
poimuinen {adj}  :: wrinkled
poimukas {adj} [botany]  :: plicate
poimukas {adj}  :: wrinkled
poimuttaa {vt}  :: To corrugate
poimuttaa {vt}  :: To fold, pleat (fabric, cloth); to drape; to ruffle, crimp, crimple
poimuttua {v} [botany]  :: To be plicated
poimuttua {v}  :: To be corrugated
poimuttua {v}  :: To be folded, be pleated; to be draped; to be ruffled, be crimp(l)ed
pointe {n}  :: pointe (ballet position)
pointillismi {n}  :: pointillism
pointillisti {n}  :: pointillist
pointillistinen {adj}  :: pointillistic
pointsi {n} [colloquial]  :: point
pointteri {n} [computing]  :: pointer (e.g. of mouse or memory)
pointteri {n}  :: pointer (dog breed)
pointti {n} [colloquial]  :: point
pois {adv} [of movement]  :: away:
poislukien {adv}  :: excluding, disregarding
poismeno {n} [euphemistic]  :: Decease, demise (= death)
pois päältä {adv} [of a machine, device]  :: Off (into a state of non-operation)
poissa {adv}  :: poissa + elative = out of, away from:
poissa {adv}  :: [static] absent, gone, not there/here, away:
poissa hyvä, kotona paras {proverb}  :: there's no place like home
poissaoleva {adj}  :: absent
poissaolevana {adv} [legal]  :: in absentia (while not present; while absent)
poissaolo {n}  :: absence
poissaoloaika {n}  :: period of absence
poissaoloviesti {n}  :: out-of-office reply
poissa silmistä, poissa mielestä {proverb}  :: long absent, soon forgotten
poissa silmistä, poissa mielestä {proverb}  :: out of sight, out of mind
poissulkeminen {n}  :: exclusion (act of excluding or shutting out; removal from consideration or taking part)
poissulkeva {adj}  :: exclusive (excluding items or members that do not meet certain conditions)
poistaa {v} [accounting]  :: to depreciate
poistaa {v}  :: to delete
poistaa {v}  :: to remove
poistaa {v}  :: ~ tuotannosta, myynnistä, valikoimasta etc.: to discontinue (to put an end to, especially as regards commercial productions; to stop producing, making, or supplying something)
poistaminen {n}  :: abolishment
poistaminen {n}  :: removal
poiste {n}  :: remover (substance)
poisto {n} [accounting]  :: amortization (of intangible assets)
poisto {n} [accounting]  :: depreciation
poisto {n}  :: deletion
poisto {n}  :: removal
poistoaine {n}  :: remover, stripper (chemical)
poistohöyry {n}  :: exhaust (steam let out of a cylinder after it has done its work there)
poistoilma {n}  :: exhaust (foul air let out of a room)
poistoleikkaus {n} [surgery]  :: surgical removal (surgery which removes something from the body)
poistua {vi}  :: To leave (a place = elative or ablative)
poistuma {n} [genetics]  :: deletion (mutation in which a gene, or other section of DNA, is removed from a chromosome)
poistuma {n} [technical]  :: deletion, loss, wastage, reduction, drain (that which is removed, lost or retired, especially within a given time frame)
poistuminen {n}  :: The act of leaving
pojanpoika {n}  :: A grandson (son of someone's son)
pojantytär {n}  :: A granddaughter (daughter of someone's son)
pojanviikari {n}  :: rascal (misbehaving and wild, but not intentionally bad boy)
pojat ovat poikia {proverb}  :: boys will be boys
pojintima {n} [dialectal]  :: stepson
pojo {n} [colloquial]  :: a point (e.g. in a sports match or video game)
Po-joki {prop}  :: Po (river in northern Italy)
poju {n} [colloquial]  :: boy, lad
poka {n} [colloquial, usually plural]  :: frame
pokaali {n}  :: cup (trophy in the shape of an oversized cup)
pokata {v} [slang]  :: to pick up (to seduce)
pokata {v}  :: to ask to dance
pokata {v}  :: to bow in a handsome manner, especially by bringing one foot to the side and back while bowing
poke {n} [slang]  :: doorman, bouncer (at a bar or nightclub)
poke {n} [slang]  :: pornography
pokeri {n}  :: poker (any of various card games in which the players make tactical bets or drop out, and the superior hand remaining in the game at the end of betting rounds collects the pot)
pokerinaama {n} [poker]  :: Poker face
pokka {n} [colloquial]  :: poker face (short form of pokerinaama)
pokka {n} [colloquial]  :: poker (game)
pokkari {n} [colloquial]  :: pocketbook, paperback
pokkuroida {v}  :: to fawn and seek favour by flattery
poksi {n}  :: alternative form of boksi
pokstaavi {n} [dated]  :: letter, character
pola {n}  :: A buoyant mark put on a fishing net or similar non-moving fishing equipment
polaarinen {adj}  :: polar (having a dipole)
polaarinen {adj}  :: polar (of a certain coordinate system)
polaarinen {adj}  :: polar (of an orbit passing near a geographic pole)
polaarinen {adj}  :: polar (relating to a geographic pole)
polaarisuus {n}  :: polarity
polakka {n}  :: A type of wheat bread
polakki {n} [archaic, now derogatory]  :: A Polack (Polish person)
polanne {n}  :: A hard ridge of snow on road
polarisaatio {n}  :: polarization
polarisoida {vt}  :: To polarise/polarize
polarisoitua {vi}  :: To be(come) polarised/polarized
polariteetti {n}  :: polarity
polaroida {vt}  :: To polarise/polarize
polaroitua {vi}  :: To be(come) polarised/polarized
polderi {n}  :: polder
poleeminen {adj}  :: polemic (having the characteristics of a polemic)
polemikoida {v}  :: alternative form of polemisoida
polemisoida {v}  :: to polemicize
polenta {n}  :: polenta
poletti {n}  :: token (substitute for money)
poli {n} [colloquial]  :: polyclinic
poliisi {n}  :: policeman
poliisi {n}  :: police (organization)
poliisiaakkonen {n}  :: in plural only, police alphabet, spelling alphabet (set of standard words used by the police to represent the letters of alphabet when spelling in telephone or otherwise in conditions where misunderstanding may easily happen)
poliisiaakkonen {n}  :: spelling word (word used to represent a letter when spelling)
poliisiajoneuvo {n}  :: police vehicle
poliisiarvo {n}  :: police rank
poliisiasema {n}  :: police station
poliisiauto {n}  :: A police car
poliisikoira {n}  :: police dog
poliisikomentaja {n}  :: police commander
poliisilaitos {n}  :: A building housing a police department
poliisilaitos {n}  :: police department (local or regional branch of a national police force)
poliisimies {n}  :: policeman
poliisipäällikkö {n}  :: chief constable (UK: chief of territorial police force)
poliisitoimi {n}  :: police (police as branch of government)
poliisivaltio {n}  :: police state
poliisivoima {n}  :: in plural, police force (police as an institution)
poliisivoima {n}  :: in singular, police force (force as used by the police)
poliitikko {n}  :: A politician
poliittinen {adj}  :: political
poliittisesti {adv}  :: politically
poliittistaa {vt}  :: To politicize; to turn into a political issue
poliittistua {v}  :: alternative form of politisoitua
poliklinikka {n}  :: outpatient clinic (false friend: polyclinic)
polio {n}  :: poliomyelitis
politbyroo {n}  :: politburo
politiikka {n}  :: policy (as a course of action)
politiikka {n}  :: politics
politikoida {v}  :: to politicize (to discuss politics)
politikoida {v}  :: to politick (to engage in politics)
politisoida {vt}  :: to politicize (to turn something into a political issue)
politisoitua {v}  :: to become politicized
politologia {n}  :: political sociology
polje {n}  :: a polje
poljento {n}  :: rhythm
poljettu {adj}  :: downtrodden
poljettu {adj}  :: oppressed
poljin {n}  :: pedal
poljin {n}  :: treadle
polkea {vt}  :: to pedal
polkea {vt}  :: to stamp (with one's foot or feet)
polkeutua {v}  :: To get trampled, stomped
polkka {n}  :: polka
polkkatukka {n}  :: bob haircut
polku {n}  :: Act of treading, stomping; used only in compounds
polku {n} [computing, graph theory]  :: path
polku {n}  :: path, trail, track
polkuantura {n}  :: pad (cushion-like thickening of the skin on the underside of the toes of animals)
polkuauto {n}  :: pedal car (toy car fitted with pedal drive)
polkuauto {n}  :: velomobile, quadracycle (road vehicle)
polkupyörä {n}  :: bicycle
polkupyöräilijä {n}  :: bicyclist, cyclist
polkupyöräillä {v}  :: to ride a bike, cycle
polkupyöräily {n}  :: cycling
polkupyöräpoliisi {n}  :: bicycle police (police that patrols on bicycles)
polkupyöräriksa {n}  :: cycle rickshaw (vehicle)
polkupyörätaksi {n}  :: pedicab, cycle rickshaw, bike taxi (cycle rickshaw used as taxi)
polkusin {n} [rare]  :: A pedal
polla {n} [slang]  ::  head
pollari {n} [informal]  :: police officer
pollari {n} [nautical]  :: A bollard
polle {n} [colloquial]  :: Big H, boy, dope, junk, H, horse, Ron, shit, skag, smack (street name of heroin)
polle {n} [humorous, childish]  :: horse
pollusiitti {n} [mineral]  :: pollucite
polo {n}  :: poor (one to be pitied)
poloinen {n} [oldish, dialectal or poetic]  :: poor, wretch (one to be pitied)
poloneesi {n} [dance]  :: polonaise
polonium {n}  :: polonium
polskia {vi}  :: to splash
polskuttaa {v}  :: To dabble
polte {n}  :: burning sensation
poltella {vt}  :: To smoke
poltin {n}  :: burner
poltinrauta {n}  :: A branding iron
polttaa {v} [baseball]  :: To put out
polttaa {vit}  :: To smoke (to deliberately inhale smoke from cigarettes, other tobacco products or some other substances such as marijuana)
polttaa {vt} [medicine]  :: To cauterize
polttaa {vt}  :: To burn
polttaa siltansa {v} [idiomatic]  :: to burn one's bridges (to destroy one's connections, reputation, opportunities, etc.)
polttaja {n}  :: A field position in pesäpallo, the Finnish variant of baseball
polttaja {n}  :: burner (someone or something which burns)
polttaja {n} [in compounds]  :: smoker (person who smokes tobacco habitually)
polttaminen {n}  :: burning
polttaminen {n}  :: combustion
polttaminen {n}  :: incineration
polttarit {n}  :: bachelorette party; hen party, hen night, hen do
polttarit {n}  :: stag party [Commonwealth]; bachelor party [US, South Africa], buck's party [Australia], stag do [UK]
polttava {adj}  :: hot (spicy)
polttavampi {adj}  :: comparative form of polttava
polttiaishapero {n}  :: Russula consobrina
poltto {n}  :: burn, burning (act of burning something intentionally)
poltto {n}  :: burn (operation or result of burning or baking)
poltto {n}  :: burn (physical sensation in the muscles following strenuous exercise)
poltto {n}  :: incineration [act of destroying by burning]
poltto {n}  :: pain, smarting, especially the labor pains,
polttoaine {n}  :: fuel
polttoainesäiliö {n}  :: fuel tank
polttoainetankki {n}  :: fuel tank (container of fuel, especially one inside a vehicle)
polttohautaus {n}  :: cremation (act or practice of cremating the dead, burning a corpse)
polttoitsemurha {n}  :: self-immolation
polttoitsemurhata {v} [rare]  :: to self-immolate
polttokenno {n}  :: fuel cell
polttolaiva {n} [nautical]  :: A fire ship
polttomerkitä {vt}  :: To brand (mark (especially cattle) with a brand as proof of ownership)
polttomerkki {n}  :: A brand (mark made by burning)
polttomerkki {n}  :: A stigma
polttomoottori {n}  :: internal combustion engine
polttopallo {n}  :: dodgeball
polttopallo {n}  :: murderball
polttopiste {n}  :: focus
polttopullo {n}  :: Molotov cocktail
polttopuu {n}  :: cordwood
polttopuu {n}  :: wood, firewood (pieces of wood gathered to make fire)
polttouhri {n}  :: A holocaust (sacrifice to a god, completely burned to ashes)
polttouuni {n}  :: kiln
polveke {n}  :: bend, curve, turn
polvenkorkuinen {adj}  :: knee-high
polveutua {vi}  :: To stem from
polvi {n}  :: a knee
polvi {n}  :: a stifle (horse's hind knee)
polvihousut {n}  :: breeches (tight-fitting knee-length trousers worn by men until early 19th century)
polvihousut {n}  :: knickerbockers (baggy knee-length trousers worn by men and boys in 20 th century)
polvillaan {adv}  :: On knees
polvilumpio {n} [skeleton]  :: kneecap, patella (bone)
polvinivel {n} [anatomy]  :: knee joint
polviorsi {n} [heraldry]  :: chevron
polvipussi {n}  :: baggy knee (bag-like formation at the knees of trousers)
polvipussinen {adj}  :: of trousers, having bags in the knees
polvistaa {vt}  :: To force somebody to his knees
polvistua {v}  :: To kneel (to stoop down and rest on the knee)
polvitaive {n} [anatomy]  :: ham (region back of the knee)
polvitaive {n}  :: popliteal (adjective referring to the back of the knee, used often as translation of polvitaive- or polvitaipeen. There's no corresponding adjective in Finnish.)
polyamidi {n} [chemistry]  :: polyamide
polybutyleenitereftalaatti {n} [chemistry]  :: polybutylene terephthalate
polydimetyylisiloksaani {n} [chemistry]  :: polydimethylsiloxane
polyesteri {n} [organic chemistry]  :: polyester
polyeteeni {n} [chemistry]  :: polyethylene
polyetyleenitereftalaatti {n} [chemistry]  :: polyethylene terephthalate
polyfenoli {n} [chemistry]  :: polyphenol
polyfonia {n}  :: polyphony
polyfoninen {adj}  :: polyphonic
polyfyleettinen {adj} [taxonomy]  :: polyphyletic
polygaaminen {adj}  :: polygamous
polygamia {n}  :: polygamy
polygeneettinen {adj}  :: polygenetic
polyglotti {n}  :: polyglot
polygoni {n} [geometry, dated]  :: A polygon [plane figure bounded by straight edges]
polyhistori {n} [rare, academic]  :: A polyhistor
polykarbonaatti {n} [chemistry]  :: polycarbonate
polykloorattu {adj} [chemistry]  :: polychlorinated
polykloorattu bifenyyli {n} [chemistry]  :: polychlorinated biphenyl
polykromia {n}  :: polychromy
polymeeri {n} [chemistry]  :: polymer
polymeraasi {n} [enzyme]  :: polymerase
polymerisaatio {n}  :: polymerization
polymerisoida {v} [dated]  :: alternative form of polymeroida
polymerisoitua {v}  :: dated form of polymeroitua
polymeroida {v} [organic chemistry]  :: to polymerize (to convert into a polymer)
polymeroitua {v} [chemistry]  :: to polymerize (to undergo polymerization)
polymorfia {n}  :: polymorphism
Polynesia {prop}  :: Polynesia
polynomi {n} [algebra]  :: polynomial
polynominen {adj} [mathematics]  :: polynomial
polynomiyhtälö {n} [mathematics]  :: polynomial equation
polyomino {n} [geometry]  :: polyomino
polyploidia {n} [genetics]  :: polyploidy
polypropeeni {n} [chemistry]  :: polypropylene
polyrytmi {n} [music]  :: polyrhythm
polysakkaridi {n} [organic chemistry]  :: polysaccharide
polysemia {n} [semantics]  :: polysemy
polystyreeni {n} [chemistry]  :: polystyrene
polysyklinen {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: polycyclic
polysytemia {n} [pathology]  :: polycythemia
polyteismi {n}  :: polytheism
polyteisti {n}  :: A polytheist
polyteistinen {adj}  :: polytheistic
polyteknillinen {adj}  :: alternative form of polytekninen
polytekninen {adj}  :: polytechnic
polytetrafluorieteeni {n}  :: polytetrafluoroethylene (tough synthetic resin)
polyuretaani {n} [organic chemistry]  :: polyurethane
polyvinyylikloridi {n} [chemistry]  :: polyvinyl chloride
polyyni {n} [chemistry]  :: polyyne
polyyppi {n}  :: A polyp
pääoma {n} [accounting, finance]  :: capital
pääomaintensiivinen {adj}  :: capital-intensive
pääomatulo {n} [taxation]  :: unearned income
pääomatulovero {n}  :: capital income tax (tax levied on income generated from capital assets including capital gains, rents, dividends etc.)
pääomavero {n}  :: Short for [[pääomatulovero capital income tax]]
pomeranssi {n}  :: sour orange
pomiloida {v} [dialectal]  :: To talk
pääomistaja {n}  :: main owner, largest owner
Pommeri {prop}  :: Pomerania
Pommerinlahti {prop}  :: The Bay of Pomerania
pommi {n}  :: bomb
pommi {n} [idiomatic]  :: see nukkua pommiin
pommi-isku {n}  :: bomb strike
pommikoira {n}  :: bombdog (dog trained to sniff explosives)
pommikone {n} [aircraft]  :: bomber
pomminkestävä {adj}  :: bombproof
pomminvarma {adj} [idiomatic, of a person]  :: safe as houses, bulletproof, foolproof (very certain, very sure)
pommisuoja {n} [dated]  :: bomb shelter, bombproof
pommittaa {vt}  :: To bombard
pommittaa {vt}  :: To bomb (to attack with bombs)
pommittaja {n}  :: bomber (aircraft)
pommittaja {n}  :: bomber (person)
pommitus {n}  :: bombing
pommituskone {n} [rare]  :: bomber (aircraft)
pomo {n} [colloquial]  :: boss
pomottaa {v}  :: to boss, boss around
pompata {v}  :: to fail, to flunk, to defect
pompata {v}  :: to jump, to leap, to bounce
Pompeiji {prop}  :: Pompeii
Pompeji {prop}  :: Pompeii
pompotella {v} [colloquial]  :: to continuously recruit or force someone to do odd jobs and chores
pompotella {v}  :: to bounce (to cause to move quickly up and down)
pompottaa {v}  :: bounce (cause to move quickly up and down)
pomppia {vi}  :: to bounce, bump, bobble
pomppu {n}  :: bounce
pomppulinna {n}  :: bouncing castle, bouncy castle (large inflatable structure, resembling a castle etc., on which children jump and play)
pompöösi {adj}  :: pompous
ponape {n}  :: Pohnpeian (language)
pondi {n}  :: pond [unit of measure]
poni {n}  :: pony
poninhäntä {n}  :: ponytail (hairstyle)
ponnahduslauta {n} [figuratively]  :: stepping stone (something used as a way to progress to something or somewhere)
ponnahduslauta {n}  :: springboard
ponnahtaa {vi}  :: To spring (back/off), bound (back/off), rebound (back/off)
ponnekaasu {n}  :: propellant (pressurized gaseous substance used to expel the contents of an aerosol package)
ponnekas {adj}  :: alternative form of ponteva
ponnin {n}  :: spur, stimulus
ponnistaa {vi}  :: To push off, leap, jump
ponnistaa {vi}  :: To push; to bear down
ponnistaa {vi}  :: To try hard, make a massive/great/supreme effort, put one's back into it: to struggle, strive
ponnistella {vi}  :: To struggle, strive
ponnistelu {n}  :: effort
ponnistus {n}  :: effort
ponnistus {n}  :: takeoff (in long jump and similar sports, the act that sends the athlete in the air)
ponsi {n} [botany]  :: anther (pollen-bearing part of the stamen of a flower)
ponsi {n} [politics]  :: motion (parliamentary action to propose something)
ponsi {n}  :: pommel (of sword, knife, axe or such)
ponsi {n}  :: The part of a kantele that holds the varras
ponteva {adj}  :: energetic, vigorous
pontikka {n}  :: moonshine (home-distilled liquor)
ponttilauta {n}  :: tongue and groove board (board with tongue on one side and groove on the other to allow tongue and groove joint between them)
ponttiliitos {n} [construction]  :: tongue and groove joint
ponttoni {n}  :: pontoon
ponttonisilta {n}  :: pontoon bridge
ponttooni {n}  :: pontoon
ponttoonisilta {n}  :: pontoon bridge (temporary bridge built over floating pontoons)
pop {adv}  :: pop (popular)
pop {n}  :: pop (popular music)
popidoli {n}  :: pop idol
popin {adj}  :: superlative form of poppa
popkulttuuri {n}  :: pop culture
poplaulaja {n}  :: pop singer
popmusiikki {n}  :: alternative spelling of pop-musiikki
pop-musiikki {n}  :: pop music
popmuusikko {n}  :: pop musician
poppa {adj} [childish]  :: hot
poppa {n} [childish]  :: fire, hot thing
poppakonsti {n} [colloquial]  :: magic trick, charm
poppamies {n}  :: medicine man, witch doctor
poppana {n}  :: A type of traditional Karelian woven fabric, made with hand loom of strips that have been cut obliquely out of (used) cloth, resulting in soft, nubby texture; used e.g. as tablecloth and bedcover
poppari {n}  :: pop musician
poppeli {n}  :: poplar
poppoo {n} [colloquial]  :: A group of people; gang, lot
popsia {v}  :: [of children or small animals] to eat, munch
poptaide {n}  :: pop art
poptaiteilija {n}  :: pop artist
poptähti {n}  :: pop star
popula {n} [colloquial]  :: group of people, gang
populaari {adj}  :: popular
populaarimusiikki {n}  :: popular music
populaaristaa {vt}  :: to popularize; to present something in an easily understood form
populaatio {n}  :: population
popularisoida {vt}  :: To popularise/popularize
populariteetti {n}  :: popularity
populismi {n}  :: populism
populisti {n}  :: populist
populistinen {adj}  :: populist
populääri {adj}  :: alternative form of populaari
pora {n}  :: drill
poraaja {n}  :: driller
poranterä {n}  :: A drill bit (tool)
porata {vi} [colloquial, dialectal]  :: To cry
porata {vt} [computer/internet slang]  :: To shoot through walls in shooting games, to wallbang
porata {vt}  :: To drill
poraus {n}  :: crying
poraus {n}  :: drilling
porauslautta {n}  :: drilling rig
porausreikä {n}  :: borehole
porautua {vi}  :: To drill into
pore {n}  :: An area of molten water near the edge of ice in a melting lake
pore {n}  :: bubble (gas bubble in water)
poreallas {n}  :: hot tub
porevesi {n}  :: sparkling water, seltzer
porfyyri {n} [geology]  :: porphyry
porhaltaa {vi} [colloquial]  :: To drive fast, to race
porho {n} [colloquial]  :: A very wealthy or affluent person; moneybags
Pori {prop}  :: Pori
porilainen {adj}  :: Of or pertainig to the city of Pori or its people
porilainen {n}  :: A hamburger-style snack, where the beef is replaced with a thick slice of sausage
porilainen {n}  :: A person living in, or originating from the city of Pori
porina {n}  :: hum (indistinct sound, like that produced by several simultaneous discussions in one room)
porista {vi}  :: To bubble
porkka {n} [dated, dialectal, skiing]  :: ski pole
porkkana {n}  :: carrot (Daucus carota ssp. sativus)
porkkana {n} [figuratively]  :: carrot (incentive, motivational tool)
porkkanalaatikko {n}  :: box of carrots
porkkanalaatikko {n}  :: carrot casserole (traditional hot side dish made with carrot and rice as main ingredients and stewed in the oven)
porkkanamehu {n}  :: carrot juice
porkkanaraaste {n}  :: grated carrot
pormestari {n}  :: mayor ("general director" of a city's or other municipality's staff and chairman of the board of the municipality)
porno {n}  :: A short form of pornografia
porno {n}  :: As modifier in a compound word, pornographic, porn
porno- {prefix}  :: porn-
pornoelokuva {n}  :: porn movie
pornofilmi {n}  :: porn film
pornografia {n}  :: pornography
pornografinen {adj}  :: pornographic, blue
pornografisempi {adj}  :: comparative form of pornografinen
pornografisin {adj}  :: superlative form of pornografinen
pornoleffa {n} [colloquial]  :: porn movie
pornotähti {n}  :: porn star
poro {n}  :: A semi-domesticated reindeer of the subspecies Rangifer tarandus tarandus
poro {n} [idiomatic, in transitive case]  :: into ashes
poro {n} [normally, in plural]  :: grounds (e.g. in coffee)
porohirvas {n}  :: reindeer stag
poronkäristys {n}  :: sautéed reindeer
poronkusema {n}  :: A traditional "measure" of travel, not well defined but allegedly 7.5 kilometers at maximum
poronsarvi {n}  :: reindeer antler
poropeukalo {n}  :: ham-fisted person
poroporvari {n}  :: An extremely or very bourgeois person
poroporvarillinen {adj}  :: Of, or having very bourgeois values
porotokka {n}  :: reindeer herd
porottaa {vi} [descriptive, with paistaa]  :: To shine (scorchingly)
porras {n}  :: A step (stair)
porrasfunktio {n} [mathematics]  :: step function
porraskäytävä {n}  :: A stairwell
porraslimaseitikki {n} [mushroom]  :: A webcap, Cortinarius trivialis
porrasperä {n}  :: sedan (automobile body style with a separate luggage compartment)
porrastaa {vt}  :: To scale, grade
porrastaa {vt}  :: To step, terrace
porsaankyljys {n}  :: pork chop
porsaanreikä {n}  :: loophole (method of escaping; also a loophole in a document, agreement, etc. that can be taken advantage of)
porsas {n}  :: A piglet
porsas {n}  :: Pork (meat)
porsas {n}  :: (Usually young) person who eats messily
porsia {v}  :: To farrow
porsliini {n}  :: alternative form of posliini
porstua {n} [dialectal]  :: porch (covered and inclosed entrance to a building)
portaali {n} [Internet]  :: portal
portaikko {n}  :: staircase
portata {v} [computing, colloquial]  :: to port
portatiivi {n} [musical instruments]  :: portative organ
portfolio {n}  :: portfolio
portieeri {n}  :: doorman, especially in a restaurant or hotel
portimo {n} [rare]  :: A stoat
portsari {n} [colloquial]  :: bouncer
portteri {n}  :: porter (strong, dark ale)
portti {n} [anatomy]  :: hilum, hilus (fissure through which ducts, nerves, or blood vessels enter and leave a gland or organ)
portti {n} [computing]  :: port (ie. of a web server)
portti {n} [croquet]  :: hoop; wicket [US]
portti {n} [electronics]  :: gate
portti {n} [electronics]  :: port (connector of an electronic device)
portti {n}  :: gate
portti {n}  :: portal
porttikielto {n}  :: entry ban (from a building, place, area, event)
portto {n} [pejorative]  :: A harlot, whore, (female) prostitute
porttola {n} [dated]  :: brothel
portugali {n}  :: The Portuguese language
Portugali {prop}  :: Portugal
portugalilainen {adj}  :: Luso- (combining form; Finnish equivalent portugalilais-)
portugalilainen {adj}  :: Portuguese (of or relating to Portugal)
portugalilainen {n}  :: A citizen of, or a person originating from Portugal
portugalinsotalaiva {n}  :: Portuguese man-of-war (Physalia physalis)
portugalinvesikoira {n}  :: Portuguese Water Dog
portviini {n}  :: port wine
poru {n} [colloquial]  :: cry
porukka {n} [colloquial]  :: gang, band, crowd
porukka {n} [colloquial, in the plural]  :: folks (one's parents and immediate family)
porvari {n}  :: As a determiner in compound terms (porvari-), right-wing, non-socialist, conservative
porvari {n} [historical]  :: A merchant or shopowner
porvari {n} [politics]  :: A person having bourgeois opinions
porvari {n} [politics, leftist terminology]  :: A capitalist
porvarihallitus {n}  :: bourgeois government (in a multiparty parliamentary system, a government formed by the bourgeois parties)
porvarillinen {adj}  :: bourgeois
porvarillistaa {vt}  :: to make somebody or something bourgeois
porvaristo {n}  :: bourgeoisie (the bourgeois as a social class)
porvaristo {n} [marxism]  :: bourgeoisie (the owners of capital, the capitalists)
Porvoo {prop}  :: Porvoo
pääosa {n} [drama, film]  :: leading role, lead role
pääosa {n}  :: majority, main part (most in a given group)
pose {n} [slang]  :: jail
poseerata {vi}  :: To pose (when being photographed)
posetiivari {n}  :: organ grinder
posetiivi {n}  :: barrel organ, street organ, roller organ
pääosin {adv}  :: mainly (chiefly; for the most part)
posio {n} [dialectal, northern]  :: In a kota (Sami tipi-like dwelling), an area opposite to the door opening, reserved for storage of kitchen utensils and foodstuffs
positiivi {n} [grammar]  :: positive
positiivinen {adj} [physics]  :: Having positive charge
positiivinen {adj}  :: Positive (inspiring positive reactions)
positiivisesti {adv}  :: positively
positio {n}  :: position
positivismi {n}  :: positivism
positivisti {n}  :: positivist
positivistinen {adj}  :: positivistic
positroni {n} [physics]  :: positron
positroniemissiotomografia {n}  :: positron emission tomography
posketon {adj} [colloquial]  :: very funny, absurd
poski {n}  :: cheek
poskihammas {n} [anatomy]  :: molar
poskilihas {n} [anatomy]  :: cheek muscle
poskiluu {n}  :: A cheekbone, zygomatic bone, malar bone or malar
-poskinen {adj}  :: cheeked
poskiontelo {n} [anatomy]  :: maxillary sinus
poskiontelontulehdus {n} [medicine]  :: sinusitis
poskipää {n} [anatomy]  :: cheekbone
poskiparta {n}  :: sideburns
poskipuna {n} [makeup]  :: rouge, blusher
poskipussi {n} [anatomy, zoology]  :: A cheek pouch
posliini {n}  :: porcelain
posliinikauppa {n}  :: china shop
posliinikotilo {n}  :: A cowry (any of the marine molluscs of the genus Cypraea)
posliininen {adj}  :: Made of porcelain
posliiniseitikki {n} [mushroom]  :: A webcap, Cortinarius cumatilis
possessiivinen {adj}  :: possessive
possessiivipronomini {n} [grammar]  :: A possessive pronoun
possessiivisuffiksi {n} [linguistics]  :: Possessive suffix
possu {n} [hypocoristic, childish]  :: a slovenly person
possu {n} [hypocoristic, childish]  :: piggy, pig, piglet
possu {n}  :: pork
possumunkki {n}  :: A flat, rectangular doughnut with a pocket of jam inside, rolled in granular sugar
possunkorva {n}  :: pig's ear
possunliha {n}  :: pork
postata {v} [internet]  :: to post (To publish a message to a newsgroup, forum, blog, etc.)
posti {n}  :: appointment, position, post
posti {n}  :: mail
posti {n}  :: postal office
posti {n}  :: post, postal service
postiennakko {n}  :: Payment on receipt, cash on delivery
postikortti {n}  :: A postcard
postikorttien keräily {n}  :: deltiology, collecting postcards (study and collection of postcards)
postilaatikko {n} [espionage]  :: live drop, dead drop
postilaatikko {n}  :: inbox, in-tray
postilaatikko {n}  :: mailbox
postileima {n}  :: postmark (marking made by a postal service on a mailed item that records the time of receival of the item and cancels the stamp)
postiljooni {n} [dated]  :: postman, mailman
postilla {n}  :: postil (collection of homilies)
postilokero {n}  :: post-office box, postal box
postiluukku {n}  :: A mail slot
postimaksu {n}  :: postage (charge for posting an item)
postimaksukone {n}  :: postage meter, franking machine
postimerkittää {v} [rare]  :: to stamp, frank (to place a stamp on an envelope)
postimerkkeilijä {n}  :: philatelist
postimerkkeily {n}  :: philately
postimerkki {n}  :: stamp, postage stamp (small piece of printed paper indicating amount of postage paid)
postimestari {n} [archaic]  :: postmaster (head of a post office)
postimies {n}  :: Heliconius erato
postimies {n}  :: postman [male]
postimyyntimorsian {n}  :: mail-order bride
postinjakaja {n}  :: mailman (post office employee)
postinkantaja {n}  :: A postman, mailman, letter carrier
postinumero {n}  :: A postal code [British], zip code [US]
postinumeroalue {n}  :: ZIP code (region within which all addresses share the same postal code)
postiosoite {n}  :: postal address
postiosoitus {n}  :: postal order, postal money order (money order arranged by a postal service)
postitoimisto {n}  :: post office (place concerned with the business of delivering letters, post or mail and selling stamps, etc.)
postitorvi {n} [musical instruments]  :: post horn
postitorvi {n} [zoology]  :: little post horn squid, ram's horn squid, tail-light squid, Spirula spirula; the only extant species in the order Spirulida
postitse {adv}  :: by mail, by post
postittaa {vt}  :: to mail
postitus {n}  :: mailing
postituslista {n}  :: mailing list
postivaunut {n}  :: A stage-coach, stagecoach
postmoderni {adj}  :: postmodern
postmodernismi {n}  :: postmodernism
postmodernistinen {adj}  :: postmodern
postnataalinen {adj}  :: postnatal
postpositio {n} [grammar]  :: A postposition
postpositionaalinen {adj} [grammar]  :: postpositional (of or pertaining to postpositions)
postpositionaalisesti {adv} [grammar]  :: postpositionally
poststrukturalismi {n}  :: post-structuralism
postulaatti {n}  :: A postulate
postuloida {v}  :: To postulate
postuumi {adj}  :: posthumous
postuumisti {adv}  :: posthumously
potaatti {n} [colloquial]  :: potato
potaska {n} [figuratively]  :: nonsense, rubbish, piffle
potaska {n}  :: potash
potea {vt} [+ partitive]  :: To be sick with, have, suffer from (a disease or, figuratively, a mental state)
potenssi {n} [mathematics]  :: Power (product of equal factors)
potenssi {n}  :: Potency (sexual potency; see sexuality)
potenssijoukko {n} [mathematics]  :: power set
potenssisarja {n} [mathematics]  :: power series
potentaatti {n} [archaic]  :: potentate (powerful leader)
potentiaali {n} [physics, grammar]  :: potential
potentiaalienergia {n} [physics]  :: potential energy
potentiaalinen {adj}  :: potential
potentiaalisesti {adv}  :: potentially
potentiometri {n}  :: potentiometer
potentsiaali {n} [archaic]  :: potential
potero {n} [figuratively]  :: position, standpoint; especially one that is defended vigorously against contradictory or challenging ideas
potero {n} [military]  :: foxhole
potikka {n} [colloquial]  :: A potentiometer
potilas {n}  :: patient
potilastiedot {n} [pluralonly]  :: Medical report(s), medical record(s)
potka {n}  :: gaskin (part of horse's hind leg)
potka {n}  :: shank (meat from that part of an animal)
potka {n}  :: shank (the lower part of the leg of an animal)
potkaista {vt}  :: To kick (once)
potkaista tyhjää {v} [idiomatic]  :: To kick the bucket, buy the farm, bite the dus