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t. {abbr}  :: abbreviation of terveisin
{interj} [colloquial]  :: what (exclamation used to express stupefaction or failure to understand somebody else's words)
-t {suffix}  :: [case suffix] Forms the accusative forms of the personal pronouns and the interrogative pronoun ken
-t {suffix}  :: [case suffix] Forms the nominative plural
-t {suffix} [personal]  :: Forms the second person singular of verbs
T {letter}  :: letter: tee
-ta {suffix}  :: A suffix for the partitive singular case
-ta {suffix}  :: Forms verbs from nouns
taa {postp} [poetic, dialectal]  :: Of movement, behind; a shorter form of taakse
-taa {suffix}  :: Forms causative verbs
-taa {suffix}  :: Forms verbs from nouns and adjectives
taaempi {adj}  :: alternative form of taempi
taaimmaksi {adv}  :: farthest back (transferring to the position which is most distant from the speaker and behind comparable items)
taaimpana {adv}  :: farthest back (being in the position which is most distant from the speaker and behind comparable items)
taain {adj}  :: alternative form of tain (located farthest back, behind other objects)
taaja {adj}  :: thick, dense
taajaan {adv}  :: densely, thickly
taajalti {adv}  :: densely
taajama {n}  :: (densely) populated community, population centre (locality with at least 200 inhabitants, and the individual houses not further than 200 metres from each other)
taajasti {adv}  :: densely
taajentaa {vt}  :: To make more frequent
taajeta {vi}  :: To become denser
taajuus {n} [physics]  :: frequency
taajuusalue {n}  :: band (part of radio spectrum)
taajuuskaista {n} [physics]  :: frequency band, frequency range
taajuusmodulaatio {n}  :: frequency modulation
taakka {n}  :: burden
taakka {n}  :: pack
taakse {adv} [nautical]  :: abaft, astern
taakse {adv}  :: Of movement, behind:
taakse {postp} [nautical]  :: abaft, aft, astern of
taakse {postp}  :: Of movement, behind
taakseen {adv}  :: back, behind (oneself) (towards the back)
taaksepäin {adv}  :: In the direction towards the back, backward
taala {n} [colloquial]  :: dollar, buck
taalari {n}  :: synonym of taaleri
taaleri {n}  :: daalder (historic Dutch currency)
taaleri {n}  :: taler, thaler (historical monetary unit in a number of European countries)
taamoa {v}  :: [reindeer herding] To tame
taannehtiva {adj} [legal]  :: Ex post facto, retroactive (of a law or another decision made by an official)
taannoin {adv}  :: recently
taannoinen {adj}  :: recent
taantua {vi}  :: To revert
taantuma {n} [economics]  :: A recession, depression, economic downturn
taantumuksellinen {adj}  :: reactionary (very conservative)
taapero {n} [colloquial]  :: toddler
taapertaa {vi}  :: To toddle
taaplata {vt}  :: to stack planks
taara {n} [transport]  :: tare (empty weight of a container)
taarata {v}  :: to tare
taaraus {n}  :: The act of taring
taari {n}  :: Alternative term for ruskolevä
taari {n}  :: beer
taari {n}  :: kvass
taaro {n}  :: taro
taas {adv}  :: again
taas kerran {adv}  :: once again (once more, one more time, but probably not the last time)
taaskin {adv}  :: again, once again
taata {n}  :: grandfather
taata {n}  :: old man
taata {vt}  :: To warrant; to guarantee
taateli {n}  :: date (fruit)
taatelipalmu {n}  :: A date palm
taatti {n} [dialectal]  :: synonym of juhlapuku
taatti {n}  :: Tat (language)
taatto {n} [dialectal]  :: grandfather
taatto {n}  :: father
taattu {adj}  :: guaranteed
taatusti {adv}  :: certainly
Taava {prop}  :: given name
taavetti {n} [nautical]  :: davit (crane to sling a lifeboat, maintenance trapeze etc)
Taavetti {prop}  :: given name
Taavi {prop}  :: given name, short form of Taavetti ( =David)
tabascokastike {n}  :: Tabasco sauce
tabasko {n}  :: tabasco (hot sauce)
tabaskopippuri {n}  :: tabasco pepper (particular variety of chili pepper)
tabernaakkeli {n} [Bible]  :: tabernacle (portable tent used by the Jewish before the construction of the temple of Jeusalem)
tabernaakkeli {n}  :: tabernacle (small ornamented cupboard or box used for the sacrament of the Eucharist in a Roman Catholic church)
tabernaakkeli {n}  :: tabernacle (sukkah, booth used during the Jewish feast of Sukkot)
Tabita {prop}  :: Tabitha [biblical character]
tablatuuri {n} [music]  :: tablature
tabletti {n} [computing]  :: tablet, tablet computer
tabletti {n}  :: pill, tablet
tabletti {n}  :: place mat (protective table mat for a single setting of plates and dishes)
tabloidi {n}  :: tabloid
tabu {n}  :: taboo
tabulaattori {n}  :: tabulator, tab
tabulatuuri {n} [music]  :: tablature
tabuloida {v}  :: To tabulate
Tšad {prop}  :: Chad (country)
Tšad {prop}  :: Chad (lake)
Tadžikistan {prop}  :: Tajikistan
tadikko {n}  :: pitchfork
tšadilainen {adj}  :: Chadian (of or pertaining to Chad)
tšadilainen {n}  :: Chadian (person)
tšador {n}  :: chador (loose robe worn by Moslem women, especially in Iran)
tae {n}  :: guarantee
tae {n}  :: Something made of wrought iron, a forged object
taekwondoin {n}  :: taekwondoka (person skilled in taekwondo)
taempi {adj}  :: further/farther behind, hinder (comparative of hind)
taeta {vi} [relatively rare]  :: To go backwards, retrogress (temporally or locally)
taffelipiano {n} [musical instruments]  :: square piano
tafti {n}  :: taffeta (crisp, smooth plain-woven fabric used e.g. in gowns, slips, curtains)
tag {n}  :: alternative form of tagi
tagaali {n}  :: Tagalog (member of the second largest Filipino ethnic group)
tagalog {n}  :: Tagalog (language)
tšagatai {n}  :: Chagatai (extinct Turkic language)
tagi {n}  :: tag (graffiti)
tahallaan {adv}  :: intentionally, on purpose, purposely, deliberately
tahallinen {adj}  :: deliberate, intentional
tahallisesti {adv}  :: intentionally, on purpose, purposely
tahansa {adv}  :: Used with interrogative pronouns (kuka, mikä, missä, milloin, millainen, kumpi etc.) to indicate that a choice between available options (which may be infinite) is indifferent or arbitrary in at least one respect; the English equivalents include any, -ever and either
tahaton {adj}  :: unintended, involuntary, unintentional, unplanned, inadvertent
tahdas {n}  :: dough
tahdikas {adj}  :: tactful, discreet
tahdikkuus {n}  :: tactfulness, discreetness
tahdistaa {vt}  :: to synchronise/synchronize
tahdistin {n}  :: pacemaker
tahdistin {n}  :: synchronizer
tahditon {adj}  :: tactless
tahdittaa {vt}  :: To set the pace
tahdittomasti {adv}  :: tactlessly
tahdon {phrase}  :: I do (a traditional phrase said upon acceptance of marriage)
tahdonvaltainen {adj} [legal]  :: dispositive (that may be decided freely between or by parties)
tahdonvoima {n}  :: willpower
tahdoton {adj}  :: Involuntary; without or having no free will
tahi {conj}  :: (coordinating; law) or
tahikka {conj} [archaic]  :: alternative form of tahi
tahko {n} [geometry]  :: face
tahko {n}  :: grindstone
tahko {n} [of a, cheese]  :: wheel
tahkoa {v} [colloquial]  :: to effectively earn something
tahkoa {v}  :: to use a grindstone
tahma {n}  :: gunk, goo (sticky substance)
tahmaantua {vi}  :: To become sticky
tahmainen {adj}  :: sticky
tahmariisi {n}  :: sticky rice, glutinous rice
tahmata {v}  :: To jam, block, to make something to stuck
tahmata {v}  :: to make sticky
tahmautua {vi}  :: alternative form of tahmaantua
tahmea {adj}  :: sticky, gooey, tacky
tahmentaa {vt}  :: To make stickier, make more viscous
tahmeta {vi}  :: To become stickier
tahmeus {n}  :: stickiness, tack
tahna {n}  :: paste
taho {n} [buzzword]  :: any group of humans or human institution (what type of human institution is meant, is given in the context)
taho {n}  :: direction
taho {n}  :: facet
tahokas {n}  :: polyhedron
tahra {n}  :: A speck of dirt, blemish, blot
tahraantua {v}  :: To get dirty, blemished
tahrainen {adj}  :: stained
tahrata {vt}  :: To dirty, foul, defile
tahrata maineensa {v} [idiomatic]  :: to have egg on one's face
tahraton {adj}  :: spotless, stainless
tahraton {adj}  :: unblemished
tahrattomuus {n}  :: spotlessness
tahrautua {v}  :: alternative form of tahraantua
tahria {vt}  :: to smudge
tahriintua {vi}  :: To be stained (lose reputation)
tahriintua {vi}  :: To get dirty, be soiled
tahriintumaton {adj}  :: spotless
tahti {n} [music]  :: bar [musical section]
tahti {n}  :: pace, rate, rhythm
tahtilaji {n} [music]  :: meter (number of beats in a measure)
tahtilaji {n} [music]  :: time signature (numerical sign that indicates the meter)
tahtimittari {n}  :: metronome
tahtipuikko {n} [music]  :: A baton
tahtiviiva {n} [music]  :: bar line
tahto {n}  :: will
tahtoa {vi}  :: to tend (to have a tendency to)
tahtoa {vt} [auxiliary, + infinitive]  :: to want (to do something)
tahtoa {vt}  :: to want
Tahvanainen {prop}  :: surname
tai {conj}  :: [coordinating; in affirmative clauses] or:
taianomainen {adj}  :: magical (wonderful, amazing or incredible)
taide {n}  :: art
taidegalleria {n}  :: An art gallery
taidehistoria {n}  :: art history
taidehistorioitsija {n}  :: art historian (expert in the history of art)
taidekokoelma {n}  :: art collection
taidelainaamo {n}  :: art rental shop
taidemaalari {n}  :: painter (artist)
taidemuseo {n}  :: art museum
taidenäyttely {n}  :: art exhibition
taideteos {n}  :: artwork, work of art
taidetoimikunta {n}  :: art committee (body responsible for art purchases of an organization)
taidetoimikunta {n}  :: arts council (in Finnish government, a board responsible for distributing the public funds reserved for promotion of art)
taidokas {adj}  :: skillful, skilled
taidoton {adj}  :: unskilled
taifuuni {n}  :: typhoon
taiga {n}  :: taiga
Taija {prop}  :: given name
taiji {n}  :: tai chi (Chinese martial art)
taika {n}  :: magic
taika {n}  :: spell, enchantment
taikaneliö {n} [mathematics]  :: magic square
taikapeili {n}  :: magic mirror
taikasana {n}  :: A magic word, open sesame
taikasauva {n}  :: magic wand
taikatemppu {n}  :: magic trick
taikausko {n}  :: superstition (a set of beliefs that future events may be influenced by one's behaviour in some magical or mystical way)
taikauskoinen {adj}  :: superstitious
taikauskoisesti {adv}  :: superstitiously
taikauskoisuus {n}  :: superstition
taikavarpu {n}  :: A divining rod
taikina {n}  :: batter
taikina {n}  :: dough, paste
taikinajuuri {n}  :: starter dough
taikinamarja {n}  :: alpine currant (Ribes alpinum)
taikinoida {vt}  :: To cover or wrap, wholly or in part, in dough
taikka {conj}  :: or
taikoa {vi}  :: To conjure, perform magic tricks
taikoa {vt}  :: ~ (esiin) = to conjure up
taikoa {vt}  :: To turn (into = translative; by using magic)
taikominen {n}  :: [[witchcraft]
taikonautti {n}  :: A taikonaut
taikuri {n}  :: A magician, conjurer/conjuror
taikuus {n}  :: magic
taimen {n}  :: brown trout (Salmo trutta)
taimi {n}  :: sapling (young tree, taller than a seedling)
taimi {n}  :: seedling (any young plant grown from the seed)
Taimi {prop}  :: given name
taimikko {n}  :: A recently planted forest; group of saplings
tain {adj}  :: The most posterior
Taina {prop}  :: given name
Tainio {prop}  :: surname
tainnuttaa {vt}  :: to stun
taintua {vi}  :: to faint
taionta {n}  :: synonym of taikominen
taipale {n}  :: alternative form of taival
taipua {vi} [grammar, of an adjective, noun]  :: To be declinable
taipua {vi} [grammar, of a verb]  :: To (be) conjugate(d)
taipua {vi}  :: To become curved, to bend
taipua {vi}  :: To change one's opinion due to external influence, to give in or bend
taipuisa {adj}  :: bendy, pliable, supple
taipumaton {adj}  :: (mentally) inflexible, uncompromising, unyielding, unbending
taipumaton {adj} [of a word]  :: indeclinable
taipumaton {adj}  :: (physically, mentally) inflexible
taipumus {n}  :: tendency
taipuva {adj}  :: bendable, pliable, flexible (able to be bent, flexed or twisted without breaking)
taipuva {adj} [linguistics]  :: inflectable (that can be inflected)
taipuvainen {adj}  :: inclined (having a tendency, preference, likelihood, or disposition)
taipuvaisempi {adj}  :: comparative of taipuvainen
taipuvaisin {adj}  :: superlative of taipuvainen
taira {n}  :: tayra (Eira barbara)
taistelija {n}  :: A combatant
taistelija {n}  :: A fighter (someone who fights)
taistelija {n}  :: A warrior
taistella {vi} [figuratively, + partitive + vastaan]  :: To combat, fiercely counteract
taistella {vi} [figuratively]  :: To fight, compete, contest (usually followed by the goal, e.g. voitosta, "for the victory")
taistella {vi}  :: To fight, struggle (to contend in physical conflict; with weapons; if the enemy is mentioned, it is in the partitive case, followed by the postposition vastaan)
taistelu {n}  :: A battle
taistelu {n}  :: A combat
taistelu {n}  :: A fight
taistelu {n}  :: A struggle
taistelu {n} [military]  :: An engagement (actual instance of active hostilities)
taisteluaine {n} [military]  :: A chemical or biological substance other than explosive which is or may be used as weapon
taisteluhansikas {n}  :: A gauntlet
taisteluharjoitus {n}  :: A combat exercise (small-scale rehearsal of military maneuvers as practice for warfare)
taisteluhelikopteri {n}  :: attack helicopter
taistelukenkä {n}  :: combat boot
taistelukenttä {n} [military]  :: battlefield
taistelukirves {n}  :: A battle axe
taistelukärki {n}  :: warhead (part of a missile or other munition which contains the materials intended to inflict damage to the enemy)
taistelukukko {n}  :: gamecock (fighting cock)
taistelulaiva {n}  :: battleship
taistelulaji {n}  :: synonym of kamppailulaji
taistelumarssi {n}  :: tab (fast march or run with full kit)
taistelunhaluinen {adj}  :: pugnacious
taistelupanssarivaunu {n} [military]  :: A main battle tank
taistelutanner {n}  :: battleground
taistelu-urheilu {n}  :: synonym of kamppailu-urheilu
taisteluväline {n}  :: ordnance
taisteluväsymys {n}  :: combat fatigue
taisto {n}  :: A battle
taisto {n} [poetic]  :: A fight
Taisto {prop}  :: given name
taistolainen {n} [politics]  :: A follower of taistolaisuus
taitaa {vt} [active past part. taitanut]  :: to know, master, command, have a command of, have a proficiency in
taitaa {vt} [auxiliary , + infinitive, active past part. taitanut or tainnut]  :: to probably do, think that one does
taitaja {n}  :: whiz (someone who is remarkably skilled at something)
taitava {adj}  :: Expert, skilled, skillful, capable, able, experienced; competent, proficient
taitavasti {adv}  :: ably (with great ability)
taitavasti {adv}  :: skillfully (with great skill)
taitavuus {n}  :: proficiency, skill, competence
taite {n}  :: fold
taite {n}  :: turn (e.g. vuosisadan taitteessa, at the turn of the century)
taiteellinen {adj}  :: Artistic; relating to arts
taiteellinen vapaus {n}  :: artistic licence, artistic license
taiteellisesti {adv}  :: artistically
taiteellisuus {n}  :: artisticness (quality of being artistic)
taiteellisuus {n}  :: artistry (artistic skill)
taiteenfilosofia {n}  :: art philosophy
taiteikas {adj} [rare]  :: skillful
taiteilija {n}  :: artist (person who creates art)
taiteilijatar {n}  :: female artist
taiteilijatar {n}  :: paintress (female painter)
taiteilla {v} [figuratively]  :: To walk a tightrope (to undertake a precarious course of action)
taiteilla {v}  :: To do something that demonstrates high skill, especially with one's hands or by performing a tricky set of motions
taiteilla {v}  :: To produce a work of art such as a skillful drawing or painting (but not e.g. a piece of music or literature)
taitekatto {n}  :: A gambrel roof
taitekerroin {n} [physics]  :: refractive index
taitekulma {n} [optics]  :: angle of refraction (angle between the perpendicular and a ray refracted at a surface)
taiten {adv}  :: in a tactful manner
taiten {adv}  :: with skill
taito {n}  :: art (skill attained by study, practice, or observation)
taito {n}  :: skill
Taito {prop}  :: given name
taitolento {n}  :: aerobatics
taitoluistelu {n} [sports]  :: figure skating
taitoniekka {n} [dated]  :: master, whiz
taitopeli {n}  :: game of skill (game in which the outcome depends mainly on the physical and mental skills of the players)
taitos {n}  :: fold, crease
taitotieto {n}  :: know-how
taitse {postp} [with genitive, rare, or, dialectal]  :: by the back of (when one goes through the space that is behind something):
taittaa {v} [idiomatic]  :: ~ matka = to make a trip, cover a distance
taittaa {v} [physics]  :: to refract (to cause light to change direction as a result of entering a different medium)
taittaa {v}  :: to break (e.g. one's leg)
taittaa {v}  :: to fold (e.g. paper)
taittaa {v}  :: to lay out (a page of a newspaper)
taitto {n} [publishing]  :: layout
taittovika {n} [ophthalmology]  :: refractive error
taittua {vi}  :: To break (due to bending)
taittua {vi}  :: To fold
taittua {vi}  :: To refract
taittuvateräinen {adj}  :: Having a folding blade
taituri {n}  :: master, whiz
taiturikultarinta {n}  :: melodious warbler, Hippolais polyglotta
taiturillisuus {n}  :: wizardry (great ability in some specified field)
taiturimaisuus {n}  :: wizardry (great ability in some specified field)
taiturimatkija {n}  :: northern mockingbird, Mimus polyglottos
taituruus {n}  :: wizardry (great ability in some specified field)
taivaallinen {adj}  :: celestial
taivaallinen {adj}  :: divine
taivaallinen {adj}  :: heavenly
taivaanekvaattori {n} [astronomy]  :: The celestial equator
taivaankansi {n}  :: firmament, vault of the sky
taivaankappale {n} [astronomy]  :: A celestial body, heavenly body
taivaanmekaniikka {n} [astronomy]  :: celestial mechanics
taivaanpallo {n}  :: The celestial sphere
taivaanrannan maalari {n}  :: daydreamer(one who wastes time daydreaming)
taivaanranta {n}  :: horizon
taivaanranta {n}  :: skyline
taivaansininen {adj}  :: azure, sky-blue
taivaansininen {n}  :: azure, sky-blue
taivaantähystäjä {n}  :: stargazer, a fish in the family Uranoscopidae
taivaanvuohi {n}  :: common snipe, Gallinago gallinago
taivaaseenastuminen {n} [Christianity]  :: Ascension (entry of Jesus Christ into heaven after his resurrection)
taival {n}  :: passage (part of journey)
Taivalkoski {prop}  :: A municipality in nothern Ostrobothnia, Finland
Taivalkoski {prop}  :: surname
taivaltaa {vi}  :: to travel (especially by foot)
taivas {n}  :: heaven
taivas {n}  :: sky
taivaspallo {n} [astronomy]  :: armillary sphere
taivassukellus {n}  :: skydive (instance)
taivassukellus {n}  :: skydiving (art, sport and practice)
taivastella {v}  :: to wonder, complain
taive {n}  :: bend, crook
taivo {n} [literary]  :: sky, heaven
taivukas {n}  :: layer (a shoot of a plant, laid underground for growth)
taivuksiin {adv}  :: bent, bending (to the bent state)
taivuksissa {adv}  :: bent
taivutin {n} [machinery]  :: A bender (device to aid bending of pipes etc. to a specific angle)
taivuttaa {vt} [grammar]  :: To conjugate (a verb)
taivuttaa {vt} [grammar]  :: To decline (an adjective / a noun)
taivuttaa {vt} [grammar]  :: To inflect (a word)
taivuttaa {vt}  :: To make something curved, to bend
taivuttaa {vt}  :: To persuade or bend somebody to change their opinion or make up their mind for something
taivutus {n}  :: Conjugation (act of conjugating a verb)
taivutus {n}  :: Declension (act of listing the inflections of a noun, pronoun or adjective in order)
taivutus {n}  :: Inflection (change in the form of a word )
taivutus {n}  :: The act of bending
taivutusluokka {n} [grammar]  :: declension (way of categorizing nouns, pronouns, or adjectives according to the inflections they receive)
taivutusmuoto {n} [grammar]  :: inflected form
Taiwan {prop}  :: Taiwan
taiwanilainen {adj}  :: Taiwanese
taiwanilainen {n}  :: A Taiwanese person
taiwaninmakaki {n}  :: Taiwan macaque (Macaca cyclopis)
taju {n}  :: consciousness
taju {n}  :: sense
tajuinen {adj} [rare]  :: conscious; used mostly as head in compound terms
tajuissaan {adv}  :: olla tajuissaan to be conscious (sense: alert, awake)
tajunnanvirta {n}  :: stream of consciousness
tajunta {n}  :: consciousness
tajuta {v} [slang]  :: To dig (to understand or show interest in)
tajuta {v}  :: to get the idea of something, to grasp
tajuta {v}  :: to realize (become aware of something)
tajuton {adj}  :: unconscious
tajuttomuus {n} [medicine]  :: unconsciousness
taka {n}  :: In the expression omasta takaa the word refers to self-support
taka {n} [rare, poetic]  :: the backside
taka- {prefix}  :: A prefix signifying back, rear or hind
takaa {adv}  :: from behind (both abstractly and concretely)
takaa {postp}  :: From behind
takaa-ajo {n}  :: chase, pursuit
takaaja {n}  :: guarantor (one that gives a guarantee)
taka-ajatus {n}  :: hidden agenda
taka-ajatus {n}  :: ulterior motive
taka-ala {n}  :: A background, mainly as a physical place
takaapäin {adv}  :: From behind
takaapäin {adv} [sex]  :: doggy style
takaheitto {n} [linguistics]  :: metathesis
takahuone {n}  :: backroom
takainen {adj}  :: located behind something
takaisin {adj}  :: superlative of takainen
takaisin {adv}  :: Back
takaisin {adv} [colloquial, static]  :: Back
takaisinkäännös {n} [translation studies]  :: back-translation (text that is translated from a translation back to its original language)
takaisinkääntäminen {n} [translation studies]  :: back-translation (activity of translating a translated text back to the original language)
takaisinkytkentä {n}  :: feedback
takaisinmallinnus {n}  :: reverse-engineering
takaisinmallintaa {v}  :: To reverse-engineer
takaisinosto {n}  :: buyback, repurchase
takaisinpäin {adv}  :: backwards
takaisinsironta {n} [physics]  :: backscattering
takaisinsirota {v} [physics]  :: to backscatter
takaisku {n}  :: Setback
takaistuin {n} [legal]  :: back seat
takajalka {n}  :: hind leg
takakansi {n}  :: back cover
takakohtainen {adj} [grammar]  :: relative; as in relative pronoun
takakohtainen asemo {n} [grammar, rare]  :: relative pronoun
takakäpälä {n}  :: hind paw
Takala {prop}  :: surname
takalisto {n}  :: The buttocks
takamaa {n}  :: hinterland, backwater
takamus {n}  :: behind, bottom, backside, bum, can (buttocks)
takana {adv} [nautical]  :: abaft, astern
takana {adv}  :: [static] behind
takana {postp} [idiomatic]  :: around
takana {postp} [nautical]  :: abaft, aft of
takana {postp} [nautical]  :: astern of
takana {postp}  :: [static] behind
takaneljännes {n}  :: hindquarter (rear half of a side of an animal)
takaosa {n}  :: back (the part of something that goes last)
takaovi {n}  :: A back door, (subsidiary entrance to a building or house at its rear)
takaovi {n} [slang]  :: A back door (anus)
takapajuinen {adj}  :: underdeveloped, backward
takapajuisuus {n}  :: backwardness
takapajula {n}  :: middle of nowhere, backwater
takapakkia {adv} [colloquial]  :: Used postpositionally with verbs ottaa and mennä to signify: to backpedal, to reverse
takapeili {n}  :: rear-view mirror
takapenkki {n}  :: back seat (seat in the back)
takapenkki {n} [figuratively]  :: back seat (powerless position)
takaperin {adv}  :: In the direction reverse to normal, backwards
takaperoinen {adj}  :: backward (of a movement)
takaperoinen {adj}  :: illogical, unpractical, backward, topsy-turvy (of a way of thinking or doing things)
takaperoisesti {adv}  :: backwardly
takaperoisjohdos {n} [linguistics]  :: back-formation (word)
takaperoisjohto {n} [linguistics]  :: back-formation (process)
takaperoisuus {n}  :: backwardness
takapiha {n}  :: backyard
takapolvi {n}  :: hind knee
takapolvi {n}  :: stifle (hind knee of various mammals)
takaportti {n}  :: A rear gate (a gate at the back of a yard)
takaportti {n} [computing]  :: A trapdoor or backdoor (secret access to a program)
takapotku {n} [music]  :: back beat
takapuoli {n} [anatomy]  :: behind, bottom, bum, buttocks, backside
takapuoli {n}  :: rear, backside, behind of something
takapuolustaja {n} [American football]  :: safety
takaraaja {n}  :: hind limb
takaraivo {n} [anatomy]  :: The back of the skull
takaraivolohko {n} [anatomy]  :: occipital lobe
takaraivoluu {n} [skeleton]  :: occipital bone
takaraivonluu {n} [anatomy]  :: occipital bone
takaraja {n}  :: deadline
takaraja {n}  :: rear boundary or limit
takaruumis {n} [anatomy]  :: abdomen (of an arthropod)
takas {adv} [colloquial]  :: takaisin
takasatula {n}  :: pillion (pad behind the saddle of a horse for a second rider; second saddle on a motorcycle)
takaseinä {n}  :: back wall (wall forming the hind side of a structure)
takasiipi {n}  :: hind wing
takasääriluu {n}  :: cannon bone (metatarsal bone of a horse)
takastaagi {n} [nautical, slang]  :: backstay
takatalvi {n}  :: A prolonged and sometimes extreme cold spell in spring, experienced as a "return" of winter (understood as such in the past)
takatalvi {n}  :: Wintry weather in spring; a cold snap with or without snowfall
takatasku {n}  :: rear pocket, hip pocket
takauma {n}  :: flashback
takaus {n}  :: guarantee, guaranty (undertaking to answer for the payment of a debt, or the performance of a contract or duty, of another, in case of the failure of such other to pay or perform)
takautuvasti {adv}  :: retroactively
takavalo {n}  :: taillight
takavarikko {n}  :: confiscation, seizure
takavarikoida {v}  :: to confiscate, seize
takavarikointi {n}  :: confiscation
takaveto {n}  :: rear-wheel drive
takavetoinen {adj}  :: rear-wheel drive (being rear-wheel driven)
takavetoisuus {n}  :: rear-wheel drive (quality of being rear-wheel driven)
takavokaali {n} [phonetics]  :: A back vowel; a vowel which is pronounced so that the tongue is drawn back, as in Finnish a, o and u
takavuosi {n}  :: A year of the past; normally used in plural to denote past
Taškent {prop}  :: Tashkent (capital of Uzbekistan)
takia {postp}  :: because of, due to
takiainen {n} [botany]  :: burdock
takila {n} [nautical]  :: rig
takiloida {v}  :: To rig (a ship)
takimmainen {adj}  :: most behind
takini {n}  :: takin, Budorcas taxicolor
takinkääntö {n}  :: tergiversation (act of abandoning something or someone, of changing sides; desertion; betrayal)
takinkääntö {n}  :: volte-face, backflip, somersault, U-turn (reversal of policy, attitude or principle)
takinkääntäjä {n}  :: turncoat
takioni {n} [physics]  :: tachyon
takka {n}  :: fireplace
takkahuone {n}  :: fireplace room
takki {n}  :: coat
takki {n}  :: jacket
takkirauta {n} [metallurgy]  :: pig iron
takku {n}  :: tangle, frizz (mass of tightly curled hair)
takkuilla {v}  :: frequentative form of takuta
takkuilu {n}  :: unsmooth operation of a process caused by any reason
takkuinen {adj}  :: tangled, straggly
taklaaja {n}  :: tackler
taklata {v}  :: to tackle
taklaus {n} [sports]  :: In ice hockey, checking
tšakma {n}  :: alternative spelling of tsakma
takoa {vt}  :: to beat, pound, hammer, strike (to deliver a series of quick blows)
takoa {vt}  :: to forge
takoja {n}  :: forger (one who operates a forge)
takoja {n}  :: hammerer (one who hammers)
takometri {n}  :: A tachometer
takomo {n}  :: forging plant (an industrial scale facility for forging metals)
takoniitti {n}  :: taconite (low-grade flint-like iron ore)
takorauta {n}  :: wrought iron
tšakra {n} [Hinduism]  :: alternative spelling of chakra
taksa {n}  :: fee
taksamerkki {n} [dated]  :: at sign, when used in the sense "at the rate of"
taksamittari {n}  :: taximeter
taksi {n}  :: taxi
taksia {n} [biology]  :: taxis (movement of an organism in response to a stimulus)
taksiasema {n}  :: taxi stand
taksikuski {n} [informal]  :: A cabdriver, a cabby
taksimies {n}  :: taxi driver
taksinkuljettaja {n}  :: taxi driver, cabdriver
taksisuhari {n} [colloquial]  :: cabbie
taksitolppa {n}  :: taxi pole, taxi stand
taksonomia {n}  :: taxonomy
taksonominen {adj} [science]  :: taxonomic
taktiikka {n}  :: tactic, tactics
taktikko {n}  :: A tactician
taktikoida {vi}  :: To maneuver
taktinen {adj}  :: tactical
takuta {v}  :: to get tangled, to jam (to be congested, slow or difficult)
takuu {n}  :: guarantee (anything that assures a certain outcome)
takuu {n}  :: guarantee (written declaration that a product will be fit for a purpose and work correctly)
takuu {n} [usually in plural]  :: bail bond, bail (surety or money posted as bail)
takuu {n}  :: warrant
takuu {n}  :: warranty (engagement or undertaking, that a certain fact regarding the subject of a contract is, or shall be, as it is expressly implied or promised to be)
takuuaika {n}  :: guarantee period
takuulla {adv}  :: most certainly
takuutalletus {n}  :: security deposit (amount of money paid in advance as security against the payor's non-performance of a contractual obligation)
takykardia {n} [cardiology]  :: tachycardia
takykiniini {n} [chemistry]  :: tachykinin
takymetri {n}  :: A tachymeter
takyoni {n} [physics]  :: alternative form of takioni
talamokortikaalinen {adj} [anatomy, pathology]  :: thalamocortical (relating to, or connecting the thalamus and the cerebral cortex)
talamus {n} [anatomy]  :: thalamus
talari {n}  :: alternative form of taalari
talas {n}  :: boat shed (simple shelter for boats, nets and other fishing gear)
talentti {n}  :: talent (unit of weight and money)
tali {n}  :: sebum (thick oily substance, secreted by the sebaceous glands of the skin)
tali {n}  :: suet (fatty tissue that surrounds and protects the kidneys)
tali {n}  :: tallow (hard animal fat obtained from suet)
taliaivo {n} [derogatory]  :: blockhead, idiot
talikko {n}  :: digging fork, fork, manure fork
talinen {adj}  :: sebaceous (exhibiting the presence of tallow, greasy)
talinvuoto {n} [pathology]  :: seborrhea (skin disorder)
talipää {n} [vulgar]  :: blockhead, idiot
talirauhanen {n} [anatomy]  :: sebaceous gland
talismaani {n}  :: talisman
talitiainen {n} [bird]  :: great tit
talitintti {n} [colloquial, bird]  :: great tit
talja {n}  :: fleece (garment)
talja {n}  :: hide (prepared skin of an animal)
talja {n}  :: tackle (a system of ropes and blocks (pulleys))
taljasto {n} [nautical]  :: tackle (system of ropes and blocks)
talkita {vt}  :: To spread talc on
talkki {n} [mineral]  :: talc
talkkuna {n}  :: Finnish/Estonian finely milled flour mixture (kama in Estonian)
talkoot {n}  :: Alternative term for talkootyö
talkoot {n}  :: [usually plural] bee (gathering for carrying out a major task, such as harvesting or construction)
talkootyö {n}  :: volunteering, volunteer work (work done by volunteers)
talkootyö {n}  :: work performed in the form of talkoot
talla {n} [music]  :: bridge of a string instrument
tallaaja {n}  :: stomper
tallaantua {v}  :: alternative form of tallautua
tallata {vt}  :: To stomp, pad
tallautua {v}  :: To be trampled
tallella {adv}  :: left
tallelokero {n}  :: a safe deposit box
tallenne {n}  :: A record, recording
tallennin {n}  :: recorder (apparatus)
tallennus {n}  :: recording, data recording (act of recording data)
tallennusväline {n} [computing]  :: storage device (piece of hardware whose main function is to store data)
tallentaa {vt}  :: To capture (to store, as in sounds or image, for later revisitation)
tallentaa {vt}  :: To download (to transfer a file/files to removable media)
tallentaa {vt}  :: To record (to make a record or recording)
tallentaa {vt}  :: To save or to file (to store a datafile on a storage medium)
tallentaja {n} [computing]  :: keyboarder
tallentamaton {adj} [computing]  :: unsaved
tallentamaton {adj}  :: unrecorded
tallentua {vi}  :: to be recorded
tallessa {adv}  :: safe, secure (in a safe place, free from the danger of theft)
tallete {n}  :: deposit
tallettaa {v}  :: to deposit
tallettaa {v}  :: to store
talletus {n}  :: A deposit (asset left to the care of someone)
talli {n} [car racing]  :: team
talli {n}  :: garage
talli {n}  :: stable
tallikaveri {n} [motor sports]  :: teammate (member of same motor sports team)
tallikaveri {n}  :: stablemate
tallimestari {n}  :: equerry
tallimestari {n}  :: stablemaster, stable master, head groom
Tallinna {prop}  :: Tallinn
tallipäitset {n}  :: A halter (horse's headgear)
tallitonttu {n} [folklore]  :: An elf said to inhabit the stables and take care of animals
tallium {n}  :: thallium
talloa {vt}  :: To stomp
tallukas {n}  :: A traditional Finnish footwear
tallukka {n}  :: Same as tallukas
talo {n} [archaic]  :: farm, homestead
talo {n}  :: building
talo {n}  :: house
talon etu {n} [gambling]  :: hold (the percentage the house wins on a gamble as an average)
talonmies {n}  :: A janitor, caretaker (someone who looks after the maintenance and cleaning of a building)
talonpoika {n} [chess]  :: pawn
talonpoika {n}  :: farmer (non-dependent person who earns his living by cultivating his own or rented land)
talonpoika {n}  :: freeholder (person who holds tenure by freehold)
talonpoikainen {adj}  :: peasantly
talonpoikaiskapina {n}  :: peasant revolt, peasant uprising, peasant rebellion
talonvaltaaja {n}  :: squatter
talonvaltaus {n}  :: squatting
taloudellinen {adj}  :: economic
taloudellinen {adj}  :: financial
taloudellinen {adj}  :: prudent, frugal, thrifty
taloudellisesti {adv}  :: economically (in an economical manner)
taloudellisesti {adv}  :: economically (in an economic manner)
taloudenhoitaja {n}  :: char, charwoman, charlady, cleaning lady (similar, but the tasks are less responsible, such as cleaning)
taloudenhoitaja {n}  :: matron, housekeeper (person employed to run someone else's household)
talous {n}  :: economy
talous {n}  :: finance
talous {n}  :: household
talousalue {n}  :: economic region (often vaguely defined geographic region within which economic actors are interdependent on each other; often centered by a major city)
talousapu {n}  :: economical aid, assistance
talousarvio {n}  :: budget (itemized summary of intended expenditure and revenue)
talouselämä {n}  :: economy
talousfolio {n}  :: aluminum foil, especially when packed for household use
taloushallinto {n}  :: financial management, financial administration
talousjohtaja {n}  :: financial director, chief financial officer
talouskasvu {n}  :: economic growth
talouskehitys {n}  :: economic development
talouskriisi {n}  :: economic crisis
talouskupla {n}  :: economic bubble (trade in products or assets with unreasonably inflated prices)
talouslama {n}  :: economic depression
talousmaantiede {n} [geography]  :: economic geography
talousmatematiikka {n}  :: mathematical economics
talouspakolainen {n}  :: economic refugee (person fleeing poverty)
talouspaperi {n}  :: kitchen paper, household towel, tissue (material: soft paper towel sold in rolls)
talouspaperi {n}  :: paper towel, kitchen towel, tissue (individual sheet)
talouspäällikkö {n}  :: financial manager
talouspoliittinen {adj}  :: economic policy (of or pertaining to economic policy)
talouspolitiikka {n}  :: economic policy
taloussaarto {n}  :: economic blockade (blockade aimed at stopping the international trade of a country)
taloussooda {n}  :: washing soda, soda ash, Na2CO3
talousteoria {n} [social sciences]  :: economics
taloustiede {n}  :: economics (social science)
taloustieteellinen {adj}  :: economical (related to economics)
taloustieteellisesti {adv}  :: economically (pertaining to economics)
taloustieteilijä {n}  :: economist
taloustilanne {n}  :: economic situation
talousvaikeudet {n}  :: economic problems
talousvaikeus {n}  :: economic or financial difficulty / problem / trouble
taloyhtiö {n}  :: condominium (company established to own and govern one or more buildings, which may be residential or office building)
talsia {v}  :: to tramp
taltata {vt}  :: to chisel
talteen {adv}  :: safe, secure (into a safe place, out of the danger of theft)
talteenotto {n}  :: recovery (act or process of regaining or repossession of something lost, like heat, substances from wastewater etc.)
taltio {n}  :: file copy
taltioida {v}  :: To record
taltiointi {n}  :: recording (reproduction of sound and or image on any media)
taltta {n}  :: A chisel
talttua {vi}  :: to abate
taltuttaa {vt}  :: To tame
talutin {n}  :: leash (animal restraint)
taluttaa {v}  :: To lead (a child, dog etc.)
taluttaa {v}  :: To walk (to push (a vehicle) alongside oneself as one walks)
taluttaa {v}  :: To walk (to walk someone with a firm grip)
talutushihna {n}  :: leash, lead
talutusnuora {n}  :: leash, a rope to restrain an animal
talvehdittaa {vt}  :: to winter
talvehtia {vi}  :: to winter, overwinter (spend the winter in)
talvehtimissilmu {n} [botany]  :: turion, hibernaculum (wintering bud of certain aquatic plants)
talvella {adv}  :: in the winter
talvempana {adv}  :: Later in the winter
talveton {adj}  :: winterless
talvi {n}  :: winter
talviaika {n}  :: standard time
talviaika {n}  :: wintertime
talviasuttava {adj}  :: A building where one can live in winter
talvihorros {n}  :: The deep hibernation where the internal temperature of an animal is close to freezing point
talvijuurekas {n}  :: enoki mushroom, Flammulina velutipes (mushroom with a long, thin stem, used in East Asian cuisine)
talvikausi {n}  :: winter season
talvikisa {n}  :: in plural, Winter Olympics
talvikisa {n} [rare]  :: Any sports- or other competitive event held in winter
talvikisat {n}  :: Any winter sports event
talvikisat {n}  :: Winter Olympics
talvikki {n}  :: wintergreen (any of the evergreen herbaceous plants of the genus Pyrola in the family Ericaceae)
Talvikki {prop}  :: given name
talvikkiöljy {n}  :: oil of wintergreen
talvikuu {n} [obsolete]  :: Old Finnish name of December
talvilaji {n}  :: a winter sport
talviloma {n}  :: A winter break, winter vacation, winter holidays
talvinen {adj}  :: wintry
talvio {n}  :: periwinkle
talviolympialaiset {n}  :: Winter Olympics, Olympic Winter Games
talvipäivä {n}  :: winter day
talvipäivänseisaus {n} [calendar]  :: winter solstice, midwinter
talvipuku {n}  :: winter coat (winter appearance of an animal]
talvirengas {n}  :: snow tire, winter tire [US]; winter tyre [UK] (tire intended for use on snow and ice)
talvisaika {n}  :: wintertime
talvisin {adj}  :: superlative of talvinen
talvisin {adv}  :: during winters
talvisipuli {n}  :: spring onion, Japanese bunching onion, scallion or green onion; Allium fistulosum
talvisota {n} [uncountable]  :: The Winter War, fought between Finland and Soviet Union in 1939-40
talvisydän {n} [poetic]  :: midwinter
talvitakki {n}  :: winter coat (warm coat)
talvitammi {n}  :: sessile oak (large deciduous tree, Quercus petraea)
talvitela {n} [automotive]  :: winter track (caterpillar track designed for winter use)
talvitela {n}  :: in plural also (see: talvitelat), state of being stored for winter
talvitelat {n}  :: in adessive, ablative and allative cases only, state of being stored away for wintering; no direct English equivalent
talvitie {n}  :: winter road
talviturkki {n}  :: A thick fur coat intended to be used in winter
talviturkki {n}  :: winter coat (winter appearance of a furred animal)
talviuni {n}  :: winter sleep, hibernation, denning (winter rest of animals like bears)
talviurheilulaji {n}  :: winter sport event
talviyö {n}  :: winter night
tamaani {n}  :: hyrax (African rodent-resembling animal of the order Hyracoidea)
tamarao {n}  :: tamaraw, Bubalus mindorensis
tamariini {n}  :: tamarin
tambopatanmuura {n}  :: A bamboo antshrike
tamburiini {n}  :: tambourine
tamili {n}  :: A Tamil (person)
tamili {n}  :: Tamil (language)
tamili {n}  :: When used as modifier in a compound terms, Tamil (of or pertaining to Tamils, their culture or language)
tamma {n}  :: mare (adult female horse)
Tammela {prop}  :: A municipality in the region of Tavastia Proper
Tammela {prop}  :: A suburb of the city of Tampere
Tammela {prop}  :: surname
tammenrousku {n}  :: A milk-cap, Lactarius quietus
tammensavurousku {n}  :: A milk-cap, Lactarius azonites
tammenterho {n}  :: acorn
tammi {n}  :: checkers, draughts (boardgame)
tammi {n} [dialectal, archaic]  :: heart, core, axis
tammi {n} [dialectal]  :: dam
tammi {n}  :: king (doubled piece in checkers)
tammi {n}  :: oak
tammi {n}  :: pedunculate oak, Quercus robur
Tammi {prop}  :: Any of a number of small places in SW Finland (warm enough for oaks)
Tammi {prop}  :: surname
tammihapero {n}  :: A brittlegill, Russula pseudointegra
tammihiiri {n}  :: garden dormouse, Eliomys quercinus. Despite its name it is not zoologically a mouse, but belongs to the family Gliridae (dormice)
tammihärkä {n}  :: stag beetle, Lucanus cervus
tammikuinen {adj}  :: Pertaining to January
tammikuu {n}  :: January
tamminen {adj}  :: oak, oaken (made from oak tree)
Tamminen {prop}  :: surname
tamminkainen {n}  :: stag beetle, Lucanus cervus
tammisunnuntai {n}  :: The day when the Finnish civil war broke out, i.e. Sunday the 27th of January 1918
tammivireo {n}  :: Hutton's vireo (Vireo huttoni)
tammukka {n}  :: brown trout (Salmo trutta morph fario, Salmo trutta morph lacustris)
tammukka {n}  :: sea trout (Salmo trutta morph trutta)
tampata {v}  :: to tamp (to pack down by frequent gentle strokes)
Tampere {prop}  :: Tampere
tamperelainen {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to the city of Tampere or its citizens
tamperelainen {n}  :: A person from, or an inhabitant of, Tampere
tamponi {n}  :: tampon
tamppu {n}  :: the stem of an ear of grain
tanakka {adj}  :: firm, strong (e.g. of a grip)
tanakka {adj}  :: hearty, plentiful, nourishing, rich, abundant (of a meal, sufficient, at least quantity-wise)
tanakka {adj}  :: steady (capable of keeping one’s balance or staying put)
tanakka {adj}  :: stocky, sturdy, beefy (of a person or an animal, solidly built, heavy and compact)
tanakka {adj}  :: strong, stiff, stout, thick (of an object, materially strong)
tanakoitua {v}  :: To become sturdier
tanatologia {n}  :: thanatology
tandempyörä {n}  :: tandem (bicycle)
tandooriuuni {n}  :: tandoor
Taneli {prop}  :: given name
Tanganjikajärvi {prop}  :: Lake Tanganyika
tangentiaalinen {adj}  :: tangential
tangentti {n}  :: the push-to-talk button (PTT) in a two-way radio
tangentti {n} [trigonometry]  :: tangent
tangenttitaso {n}  :: tangent plane
tangeriini {n}  :: tangerine
tango {n}  :: tango
tangolaulaja {n}  :: tango singer
tangonreuna {n}  :: hoist (the vertical edge of a flag closest to the staff)
tangrammi {n}  :: A tangram
tanhu {n}  :: A Finnish folk dance
tanhua {n}  :: stockyard
tanhuta {vi}  :: To dance tanhu
Tanja {prop}  :: given name
tanka {n}  :: tanka (Japanese verse)
tankata {v}  :: to fuel
tankea {adj}  :: stiff
tankeroenglanti {n}  :: badly pronounced English
tankkaus {n}  :: refueling, tanking up
tankkaustauko {n}  :: A pit stop (brief stop for fuel, rest, and refreshment during an automobile journey)
tankkeri {n} [nautical]  :: tanker (vessel designed for carrying liquids)
tankki {n}  :: A tank, armor
tankki {n}  :: A tank (container)
tankkiauto {n} [informal]  :: tank truck (US), road tanker (UK), tanker (truck equipped with a tank for transporting liquids or sometimes powders)
tankkilaiva {n} [nautical]  :: tanker (vessel used to transport large quantities of liquid)
tanko {n} [ballet]  :: barre (handrail fixed to a wall to aid exercises)
tanko {n}  :: loaf (large block of soap); see saippuatanko
tanko {n} [metallurgy]  :: billet
tanko {n}  :: quill (thin dried piece of something, especially cinnamon); see kanelitanko
tanko {n}  :: rod, bar, pole, staff (long stick)
tanko {n}  :: stick (dried fruit of vanilla); see vaniljatanko
tankojuoppo {n}  :: drunk driver of a bicycle etc
tankojuoppous {n}  :: drunk driving of a bicycle etc
tankotanssi {n}  :: pole dance
tanner {n}  :: field
tanner {n}  :: ground
Tanner {prop}  :: surname
tanniini {n}  :: tannin
tanrekki {n} [zoology]  :: tenrec (mammal of the family Tenrecidae, found in Madagascar and parts of African continent)
Tansania {prop}  :: Tanzania (United Republic of Tanzania)
tansaniitti {n} [mineral]  :: tanzanite
tanska {n}  :: Danish (language)
Tanska {prop}  :: Denmark
tanskalainen {adj}  :: Danish, of or relating to Denmark
tanskalainen {adj}  :: Danish, related to the Danish language:
tanskalainen {n}  :: Dane, Danish (person)
tanskalaisuus {n}  :: Danishness (state or property of being Danish)
tanskandoggi {n}  :: Great Dane
Tanskanen {prop}  :: surname
tanskankielinen {adj}  :: Danish-speaking
tanskankielinen {adj}  :: Expressed in the Danish language
Tanskan kuningaskunta {prop}  :: The Kingdom of Denmark
Tanska-Norja {prop}  :: Denmark-Norway
tanskantaa {vt}  :: to translate into Danish
tanskatar {n}  :: A Danish woman
tanssi {n}  :: dance
tanssia {vi}  :: To dance
tanssiaiset {n}  :: ball (dancing event)
tanssiaiset {n}  :: dance (social event)
tanssiaskel {n}  :: dance step
tanssija {n}  :: dancer
tanssijatar {n}  :: A female dancer
tanssikoulu {n}  :: dance school
tanssikurssi {n}  :: dancing course
tanssilattia {n}  :: dance floor
tanssiminen {n}  :: dancing
tanssiryhmä {n}  :: dance group
tanssisali {n}  :: ballroom (large room used for dancing and banquets)
tanssit {n}  :: dance (social event)
tanssitauti {n} [disease]  :: chorea
tanssittaa {vt}  :: To dance with (someone), spin (someone around the floor)
tanssittaa {vt}  :: To make someone dance
tantaali {n}  :: tantalum
tantere {n}  :: alternative form of tanner
tantrinen {adj} [Buddhism, yoga]  :: tantric
tantta {n}  :: An elder, plump woman
tantti {n}  :: alternative form of tantta
tanu {n}  :: A traditional Finnish bonnet worn by women
tao {n}  :: tao
taoismi {n} [rare]  :: Taoism
taolainen {adj}  :: Taoist
taolainen {n}  :: A Taoist
taolaisuus {n}  :: Taoism
taonta {n}  :: forging
taonta {n}  :: hammering, beating
taos {n}  :: That which has been forged, any product of the work of a blacksmith
taottaa {v}  :: to have forged by a smith
taottava {adj} [metallurgy]  :: ductile (capable to be shaped very thin)
taottava {adj} [metallurgy]  :: malleable (capable to be shaped by hammering, or by pressure)
taottavuus {n}  :: malleability
tapa {n}  :: custom
tapa {n}  :: habit
tapa {n}  :: manner
tapa {n}  :: way (to do a thing)
tapaaminen {n}  :: meeting, appointment, gathering, rendezvous, get-together (informal meeting)
tapaamisoikeus {n}  :: access, visitation (right of a separated or divorced parent to visit a child)
tapahtua {vi}  :: To happen, take place, occur, come about, come up
tapahtuma {n}  :: event, happening, occurrence, incident
tapahtumahorisontti {n} [astrophysics]  :: event horizon
tapahtumaketju {n}  :: A chain of events
tapahtumapaikka {n}  :: Venue, scene
tapahtumarikas {adj}  :: eventful
tapahtumasarja {n}  :: A chain of events, cascade
tapahtunut tosiasia {n}  :: fait accompli
tapailla {v}  :: To date (to take someone on a series of dates)
tapainen {adj}  :: mannered (as headword of a compound term: behaving in a way defined by the modifier)
tapainen {adj}  :: resembling, similar, like
tapaluokka {n} [grammar]  :: mood, grammatical mood, modus
tapani {n}  :: Boxing Day
Tapani {prop}  :: given name
tapaninpäivä {n}  :: Boxing Day
tapaoikeus {n}  :: common law
tapas {n}  :: An individual item of tapas; mostly used in plural
tapattaa {v}  :: to order to kill
tapaturma {n}  :: accident, particularly one resulting in injury or death
tapaturmaisesti {adv}  :: accidentally
tapauksekas {adj}  :: eventful
tapaus {n}  :: An event, incident, occurrence, occasion
tapaus {n}  :: (yksittäinen) ~ case, instance
tapauskohtainen {n}  :: case-by-case, on occasion
tapella {vi}  :: To fight (to contend in physical conflict; without weapons, with fists etc.)
tapetoida {vt}  :: to wallpaper, to paper (to apply wallpaper to)
tapetointi {n}  :: wallpapering
tapetti {n}  :: wallpaper
tapiiri {n}  :: tapir
Tapio {prop}  :: given name
Tapio {prop} [rare compared to given name]  :: surname
Tapio {prop}  :: The god of forest in Finnish mythology
tapioka {n}  :: tapioca (starchy foodstuff)
tapionherkkusieni {n} [mushroom]  :: An agaric, Agaricus silvaticus
tapiseerata {v} [dialectal, dated]  :: to wallpaper (to cover with wallpaper)
tapisoida {v} [rare]  :: to wallpaper
tapittaa {v} [colloquial]  :: to stare, ogle
tapittaa {v} [rare]  :: to peg (to fasten using pegs)
tappaa {vt} [+ genitive-accusative]  :: To kill, slay
tappaa aikaa {v}  :: To kill time
tappaa kaksi kärpästä yhdellä iskulla {v} [idiomatic]  :: To kill two birds with one stone (literally: "to kill two flies with one slap")
tappaja {n}  :: killer, slayer
tappajaetana {n} [colloquial]  :: Spanish slug, Arion vulgaris (highly invasive slug species)
tappamattomuus {n}  :: nonkilling (moral principle)
tappaminen {n}  :: killing
tappara {n}  :: battle axe, axe (weapon)
tappelu {n}  :: A fight, as a heated verbal or physical dispute between two or more parties; an altercation; a wrangle
tappeluhalu {n}  :: alternative form of tappelunhalu
tappeluhaluinen {adj}  :: alternative form of tappelunhaluinen
tappelukukko {n}  :: cockfighter
tappelupukari {n}  :: rowdy, brawler
tappi {n}  :: cone cell, short for tappisolu
tappi {n}  :: peg (cylindrical wooden, metal etc. object used to fasten or as a bearing between objects)
tappi {n}  :: peg (protrusion used to hang things on)
tappi {n}  :: pin, dowel (cylinder often of wood or metal used to fasten or as a bearing between two parts)
tappi {n}  :: plug (any piece of wood, metal, or other substance used to stop or fill a hole)
tappi {n}  :: stopper, bung (object to prevent fluid passing through the neck of a bottle, a hole in a vessel etc.)
tappi {n}  :: tap, spigot (pin or peg used to stop the vent in a cask)
tappi {n}  :: tenon
tappihiiri {n} [computing]  :: pointing stick
tappiliitos {n}  :: mortise-and-tenon joint
tappio {n}  :: defeat
tappio {n} [economics]  :: operating loss
tappio {n} [military]  :: loss, casualty
tappiollinen {adj}  :: unprofitable
tappiomieliala {n}  :: defeatism
tappioputki {n} [sports]  :: A losing streak
tappisolu {n} [anatomy]  :: A cone cell
tappo {n} [common language]  :: Voluntary manslaughter under mitigating circumstances
tappo {n}  :: Killing or kill
tappo {n} [legal]  :: A manslaughter
tapporaha {n}  :: bounty, reward (reward for killing an unwanted animal, such as formerly paid for killing wolves in many countries)
tappouhkaus {n}  :: death threat
tappura {n} [dated]  :: Rough, low-quality fibres of hemp or cotton – waste fibres
tapsi {n} [fishing]  :: wire trace
tapuli {n} [archaic, now only in compounds]  :: tower; storage
taputella {v}  :: to pat (baking and other uses), to clap, to applaud
taputtaa {v}  :: To applaud
taputtaa {v}  :: To pat
taputtaa {v}  :: To tap
taputus {n}  :: applause
taputus {n}  :: clapping
taputus {n}  :: pat, patting
-tar {suffix}  :: Forms the female counterpart of nouns indicating a person
tarakka {n} [colloquial]  :: The rear luggage carrier (rack) of a bicycle or moped or similar
taranteli {n}  :: tarantula
tarantella {n}  :: tarantula
tarha {n}  :: corral (enclosure for livestock)
tarha {n}  :: Short for lastentarha
tarha {n}  :: yard (enclosed area designated for a specific purpose, e.g. on farms)
tarhaherkkusieni {n}  :: An agaric, Agaricus hortensis
tarhakäärme {n}  :: A colubrid, a snake of the family Colubridae
tarhamehiläinen {n}  :: honey bee, especially the western honey bee, Apis mellifera, which is the only honey bee species that survives the Finnish winter
tarhapapu {n}  :: common bean, Phaseolus vulgaris (herbaceous annual plant, grown for its edible bean)
tarhapöllö {n} [dated]  :: Tengmalm's owl or boreal owl, Aegolius funereus
tarhata {v}  :: To ranch, farm (animals in a farm)
tari {n}  :: tahr (any of three species of large Asian wild goats)
tariffi {n}  :: tariff (rate at which government-imposed duties on imports or exports are paid; a list of such duties, or the duties themselves)
tariffi {n}  :: tariff (schedule of rates, fees or prices; especially if determined by a public authority)
tariffoida {v}  :: to set a tariff
tarina {n}  :: story, tale
tarinankertoja {n}  :: storyteller
tarinoida {v}  :: To tell stories
tarita {vt} [dated]  :: To offer
Tarja {prop}  :: given name
tarjeta {vi}  :: To (be able to) withstand the cold, be warm enough (in order not to shiver with cold)
tarjoaja {n}  :: bidder
tarjoaja {n}  :: offeror
tarjoaja {n}  :: provider
tarjoilija {n}  :: server (unisex term for "waiter" and "waitress")
tarjoilija {n}  :: waiter (male], waitress (female) (server in a restaurant or similar)
tarjoilijatar {n}  :: A waitress
tarjoilla {v}  :: to serve, dish out
tarjoilu {n}  :: service (in a restaurant etc.)
tarjoiluaukko {n}  :: pass through, hatch (opening in a wall for the purpose of serving food or other items, especially one without a door)
tarjoiluhenkilökunta {n}  :: waitstaff (waiters collectively)
tarjoiluhuone {n}  :: buffet
tarjoiluluukku {n}  :: hatch, pass through (opening in a wall for the purpose of serving food or other items, especially one equipped with a door)
tarjokas {n}  :: volunteer
tarjolla {adv}  :: available
tarjonta {n}  :: selection
tarjonta {n}  :: supply
tarjota {v}  :: to offer
tarjota {v}  :: to pay, pick up the tab (the bill, e.g. in restaurant)
tarjota {v}  :: to serve
tarjota {v}  :: to treat (to entertain with food or drink, especially at one's own expense; to show hospitality to; to pay for as celebration or reward)
tarjotin {n}  :: A tray
tarjotinpöytä {n}  :: tray-table
tarjous {n} [commerce]  :: offer, tender
tarjous {n} [in inessive singular, adverbially]  :: on sale [US]; on offer [UK] (for sale at a reduced price)
tarjouskilpailu {n}  :: bidding competition (process in which suppliers file competing bids to a purchaser who consequently chooses the most suitable as winner)
tarjouslaskenta {n}  :: offer calculation
tarjouspyyntö {n} [accounting, finance]  :: call for bids, call for tenders, request for proposals
tarjoutua {v}  :: To occur (to present or offer itself)
tarkalleen {adv}  :: just, precisely
tarkastaa {vt} [+ genitive-accusative]  :: to check, inspect
tarkastaja {n}  :: inspector, supervisor, superintendent
tarkastaja {n}  :: revisor
tarkastella {v}  :: To examine, scrutinise/scrutinize
tarkastelu {n}  :: examination, inspection
tarkasti {adv}  :: accurately, precisely, in detail
tarkastus {n}  :: examination, inspection, supervision, survey
tarkastuskortti {n} [aviation]  :: boarding pass
tarkastusleima {n}  :: hallmark (official marking)
tarkastuslista {n}  :: checklist
tarke {n} [typography]  :: diacritic
tarkemmin {adv}  :: comparative of tarkasti
tarkempi {adj}  :: comparative of tarkka
tarkenne {n} [grammar]  :: determiner
tarkenne {n}  :: specifier
tarkentaa {vt}  :: To define, delineate, specify, particularise/particularize, itemise/itemize
tarkentaa {vt}  :: To focus (a camera, projector)
tarkentua {vt}  :: To sharpen, become more accurate/precise/exact
tarketa {vi}  :: To sharpen, become more accurate/more precise/exacter
tarkin {adj}  :: superlative of tarkka
tarkistaa {vt} [+ genitive-accusative]  :: to check, inspect, verify, check up (to ensure something is functioning properly or is in the state or condition it is supposed to be)
tarkistin {n}  :: checker (device or computer program to check something)
tarkistus {n}  :: inspection, revision
tarkka {adj}  :: exact, precise, pedantic, strict, accurate
tarkkaamaton {adj}  :: inattentive (not paying attention)
tarkka-ampuja {n}  :: sniper, marksman, sharpshooter
tarkkaan {adv}  :: carefully
tarkkaan {adv}  :: precisely
tarkkaan {adv}  :: strictly
tarkkaavainen {adj}  :: attentive, observant
tarkkailija {n}  :: observer
tarkkailla {v}  :: to watch, to observe, to monitor
tarkkailu {n}  :: monitoring
tarkkailu {n}  :: watching, specifically in terms like lintujen tarkkailu, valas
tarkkailulista {n}  :: watchlist
tarkkailupiste {n}  :: vantage point, observation post, lookout (place that provides a good view for keeping an eye on something)
tarkk'ampuja {n}  :: dated form of tarkka-ampuja
tarkkampuja {n}  :: dated form of tarkka-ampuja
tarkkanäköinen {adj}  :: discerning, perceptive, perspicacious (having keen insight)
tarkkanäköinen {adj}  :: sharp-eyed (attentive, given to noticing things, aware)
tarkkanäköinen {adj}  :: sharp-eyed (having good eyesight)
tarkkuus {n}  :: accuracy, precision
tarkkuus {n}  :: exactness
tarkkuuskello {n}  :: chronometer
tarkoin {adv}  :: carefully
tarkoite {n} [semantics]  :: referent
tarkoittaa {vt}  :: To mean
tarkoituksella {adv}  :: intentionally, on purpose, purposely
tarkoituksellinen {adj}  :: deliberate, intentional
tarkoituksellisesti {adv}  :: intentionally, on purpose, purposely
tarkoituksenmukainen {adj}  :: appropriate, expedient (fitting to the purpose)
tarkoitus {n}  :: function, what something does or is used for
tarkoitus {n} [linguistics]  :: skopos
tarkoitus {n}  :: meaning
tarkoitus {n}  :: purpose, end
tarmo {n}  :: energy, vigour
Tarmo {prop}  :: given name
tarmokas {adj}  :: vigorous, energetic
tarokki {n}  :: tarot
tarokkikortti {n}  :: A tarot card
tarpeeksi {adv}  :: enough
tarpeeksi {adv}  :: saada tarpeekseen: to get enough
tarpeellinen {adj}  :: essential (being necessary)
tarpeellinen {adj}  :: necessary (needed, required)
tarpeellisuus {n}  :: necessity (quality or state of being necessary)
tarpeen {adj}  :: (with olla) necessary
tarpeen mukaan {phrase}  :: (non-idiomatic, with possessive suffix) according to one's needs
tarpeen mukaan {phrase}  :: when needed
tarpeeton {adj}  :: useless, unnecessary, redundant, superfluous
tarpoa {v}  :: to wade (to progress with difficulty)
tarpoa {v}  :: to wade (to walk through something that impedes progress, especially snow or marsh)
tarponi {n}  :: tarpon
tarra {n}  :: sticker, decal
tarrata {vt} [+ elative + kiinni]  :: to grab something
tarrautua {vi} [ , + illative]  :: to cling
tartar {adj}  :: tartare (chopped fine and served raw)
tartar {n}  :: A dish prepared with finely chopped, raw ingredients; in English the names of these dishes are formed with the adjective "tartare"
tartar-kastike {n}  :: tartare sauce
tartratsiini {n}  :: tartrazine (lemon-yellow azo dye used as a food colouring; E102)
Tartto {prop}  :: Tartu
tarttua {vi} [ , + illative]  :: To adhere, stick
tarttua {vi} [ , + illative]  :: To catch, grab
tarttua {vi} [of a disease]  :: to be transmitted; to be infectious, be contagious
tarttumaelin {n}  :: prehensile organ
tarttuminen {n}  :: transmission, infection
tarttumisreseptori {n} [cytology]  :: integrin (protein that functions as receptor in communication between cells)
tarttuva {adj} [medicine]  :: infectious, contagious
tarttuva {adj} [music]  :: of a tune or song: catchy
tarttuva {adj}  :: tenacious, adhesive
tartu hetkeen {phrase}  :: carpe diem
tartunnanlevittäjä {n} [epidemiology]  :: carrier, vector
tartunta {n}  :: contagion, infection (spread or transmission of a contagious disease)
tartuntareitti {n} [pathology]  :: infection route
tartuntatauti {n} [pathology]  :: contagious disease
tartuntavaara {n}  :: risk of infection
tartuttaa {vt}  :: To infect (someone = illative, with something = genitive-accusative)
taru {n}  :: epic, saga
taru {n}  :: fiction, false
taru {n}  :: legend, myth
Taru {prop}  :: given name
tarumainen {adj}  :: fabulous (of the nature of a fable; unhistorical)
tarumainen {adj}  :: legendary
tarunhohtoinen {adj}  :: fabled
taruolento {n}  :: mythical creature
Tarvainen {prop}  :: surname
tarve {n}  :: need, demand
tarveharkinta {n}  :: means-testing (process of evaluating whether an individual qualifies for financial assistance, usually in the form of a social security benefit); see also means test, which may provide easier ways to translate tarveharkinta into English
tarvii {v} [dialectal, colloquial]  :: alternative form of tarvitsee
tarviin {v} [dialectal, colloquial]  :: alternative form of tarvitsen
tarviit {v} [dialectal, colloquial]  :: alternative form of tarvitset
tarvike {n}  :: A minor utensil
tarvike {n}  :: An accessory (supplementary part)
tarvike {n}  :: An article (object)
tarvike {n}  :: In plural (tarvikkeet), the gear
tarvita {vi} [impersonal]  :: genitive + 3rd-pers. singular = to need (to do something), have (to do something)
tarvita {vt}  :: to come in handy (to be useful or helpful)
tarvita {vt}  :: to need, require
tarvitsen ... {phrase}  :: I need ... (use the accusative case to say "I need a ...", use the partitive case to say "I need (some) ...")
tarvitsen lakimiehen {phrase}  :: I need a lawyer
tarvitsen lääkärin {phrase}  :: I need a doctor
tarvitsen vettä {phrase}  :: I need water
tarvitsija {n}  :: needer
tarvittaessa {adv}  :: when necessary, where necessary, if necessary, when needed
Tarvo {prop}  :: given name
tasa {adj} [archaic]  :: of equal height
tasa {adj} [archaic]  :: of the same level
tasa- {prefix}  :: equi-, equal (indicates equality)
tasa-aineinen {n}  :: homogeneous
tasa-arvo {n}  :: equality
tasa-arvokäyrä {n}  :: contour
tasain {n}  :: balancer
tasain {n}  :: equaliser/equalizer
tasainen {adj}  :: constant
tasainen {adj}  :: even, flat
tasainen {adj}  :: stable
tasaisempi {adj}  :: comparative of tasainen
tasaisesti {adv}  :: smoothly, constantly, evenly
tasaisin {adj}  :: superlative of tasainen
tasaisuus {n}  :: flatness, smoothness
tasakkain {adv}  :: On the same level
tasakulmainen {adj}  :: equiangular (of a polygon, having all interior angles equal)
tasakylkinen {adj} [geometry]  :: isosceles
tasakylkinen kolmio {n} [geometry]  :: isosceles triangle
tasakylkinen puolisuunnikas {n} [geometry]  :: isosceles trapezoid
tasalla {postp}  :: At the level of, abreast (up to a certain level or line; equally advanced)
tasalämpöinen {adj} [biology]  :: homeothermic, homothermic, warm-blooded, endothermic (capable of maintaining a relatively constant body temperature)
tasalämpöinen {adj}  :: Having a constant temperature
tasalämpöisyys {n} [biology]  :: warm-bloodedness
tasamaa {n}  :: flatland
tasan {adv}  :: exactly
tasanko {n} [geography]  :: plain, flatland
tasanne {n}  :: deck, landing
tasapaino {n}  :: An equilibrium, balance or stability (condition of a system in which competing influences are balanced)
tasapaino {n}  :: An equilibrium or sanity (mental balance)
tasapaino {n} [economics]  :: An equilibrium (condition of an economy, in which there is no excess or deficit in supply and demand)
tasapaino {n} [physics, chemistry]  :: An equilibrium
tasapainoaisti {n}  :: equilibrioception
tasapainoilla {vi}  :: To balance oneself
tasapainoilu {n}  :: balancing (action of maintaining one's balance, as in a dangerous position)
tasapainoinen {adj}  :: balanced
tasapainokivi {n} [anatomy]  :: otolith
tasapainotaiteilija {n}  :: acrobat
tasapainoton {adj}  :: Unbalanced, random, or unpredictable (irrational or mentally deranged)
tasapainoton {adj}  :: Unbalanced (not balanced, or in equilibrium)
tasapainottaa {v}  :: to balance, to stabilize
tasapainotus {n}  :: balancing (act of putting something into balance)
tasapeli {n}  :: draw, tie
tasapäistää {vt}  :: to make homogenous, equalize/equalise (socially, in a negative sense)
tasapuolinen {adj}  :: evenhanded (fair and having no partiality)
tasapuolisesti {adv}  :: evenhandedly
tasapuolisuus {n}  :: evenhandedness (quality or state of being evenhanded)
tasaraha {n}  :: exact change (the amount of money given to a vendor that exactly matches the price of the bought item)
tasasaumainen {adj} [boatbuilding]  :: carvel-built (having the planks of the hull laid flush)
tasasivuinen {adj} [geometry]  :: equilateral
tasasivuinen kolmio {n} [geometry]  :: equilateral triangle
tasasoukka {adj} [botany]  :: linear
tasasuhtaisuus {n}  :: symmetry
tasata {vt}  :: to divide into equal parts
tasata {vt}  :: to level
tasaus {n}  :: equalisation
tasaus {n}  :: justified (text alignment)
tasaus {n}  :: leveling
tasauslasku {n}  :: balancing bill
tasauspyörästö {n}  :: differential gear
tasauttaa {v}  :: to have leveled
tasavalta {n}  :: republic
tasavaltaisuus {n}  :: republicanism
tasavaltalainen {adj}  :: republican
tasavertainen {adj}  :: equal
tasavirta {n} [electricity]  :: direct current
tasaväkinen {adj}  :: well-matched (of comparable strength or power)
tase {n} [accounting]  :: balance sheet
tasinko {n}  :: leveling compensation paid for by one party to another when property is divided
tasku {n} [bowling]  :: pocket (ideal point to hit the pins that maximizes the chance for a strike)
tasku {n}  :: pocket
taskubiljardi {n} [vulgar]  :: pocket pool (act of a male secretly toying with his genitals while keeping the hands in the pocket)
taskukello {n}  :: pocket watch
taskukirja {n}  :: pocketbook, paperback
taskulamppu {n}  :: flashlight, torch
taskulaskin {n}  :: pocket calculator
taskumatti {n}  :: hip flask, pocket flask (pocket-size container for alcoholic beverages)
taskunauris {n} [archaic, colloquial]  :: pocket watch
taskuraha {n}  :: pocket money, allowance (money given to a child for small expenses according to its will)
taskuraha {n}  :: pocket money (small amount of money carried on person for daily expenses)
taskuraha {n}  :: small potatoes, peanuts, pin money (small amount of money)
taskurapu {n}  :: crab
taskurotta {n}  :: pocket gopher (burrowing rodent of the family Geomyidae)
taskusanakirja {n}  :: pocket dictionary
taskuvaras {n}  :: pickpocket
taskuveitsi {n}  :: A pocketknife
Tasmania {prop}  :: Tasmania
tasmanialainen {adj}  :: Tasmanian
tasmanialainen {n}  :: Tasmanian (person)
tasmanianmerileijona {n}  :: Australian sea lion, Neophoca cinerea
taso {n} [aviation]  :: wing
taso {n} [geometry]  :: plane
taso {n}  :: level
taso {n}  :: standard
taso {n}  :: tray (flat carrier for items)
tasogeometria {n}  :: plane geometry
tasohiiri {n} [computing]  :: touchpad, trackpad
tasohyppely {n}  :: platform game
tasohyppelypeli {n}  :: platform game
tasoinen {adj}  :: -level (featuring a number of levels)
tasoinen {adj}  :: of or having a certain standard or level
tasoite {n}  :: filler, putty
tasoitin {n}  :: flat brush
tasoitin {n}  :: leveler
tasoittaa {v}  :: To even
tasoittaa {v}  :: To flatten
tasoittaa {v}  :: To level
tasoittua {v}  :: to be leveled, flattened or evened
tasoittua {v}  :: to calm down
tasoittua {v}  :: to moderate (to become less excessive)
tasoitus {n}  :: leveling (act or process)
tasoitus {n} [sports]  :: handicap
tasoitus {n}  :: trim (moderate haircut)
tasoituslasta {n}  :: A trowel (smoothing tool)
tasoitusmaali {n} [sports, ballgames]  :: A goal made by the trailing team that makes the play even
tasokas {adj}  :: qualified
tasokas {adj}  :: upscale, high-class
tasokuvio {n} [geometry]  :: plane figure
tasoristeys {n}  :: A level crossing
tasotikas {n}  :: stepladder with tray (stepladder with a tray attached on top of the frame for holding small items)
tassi {n} [dialectal]  :: saucer
tassu {n}  :: A paw of dog or cat
tassun {interj}  :: pad [indicating sound of soft footstep]
tassutella {v}  :: to pad (to walk softly, quietly or steadily)
tassuttaa {vi}  :: to tiptoe
tassutus {n}  :: pad (sound of soft footsteps)
tataari {n}  :: A Tatar
tataari {n}  :: The Tatar language
tatami {n}  :: tatami
tatar {n}  :: plant of the family Polygonaceae (knotweed, buckwheat etc.)
tatarkasvi {n} [plant]  :: A plant in the family Polygonaceae
tati {n}  :: In plural (tatit) Tat (people)
tati {n}  :: Tat (person or language)
tatska {n} [slang]  :: tattoo
tattari {n}  :: buckwheat (cereal)
tatti {n}  :: bolete
tattis {adj} [slang, colloquial]  :: tired
tattis {interj} [slang, colloquial]  :: thanks
Tatu {prop}  :: given name
tatuoida {vt}  :: to tattoo (to apply a tattoo on)
tatuoija {n}  :: tattooist, tattoo artist
tatuointi {n}  :: tattoo
tatuointi {n}  :: tattooing
tatuointikone {n}  :: tattoo machine
tau {n}  :: tau
taudinaiheuttaja {n} [pathology]  :: pathogen
taudinaiheuttaja {n}  :: (pathology) pathogenic (when used as modifier in compound terms)
taudinkantaja {n} [epidemiology]  :: carrier, vector
tauhka {n} [colloquial]  :: Unnecessary stuff; junk
taukki {n} [colloquial]  :: A dumb person
tauko {n}  :: break (interruption)
tauko {n}  :: caesura (break in a speech, play, poem etc.)
tauko {n}  :: hiatus
taukomerkki {n}  :: rest (symbol indicating pause in music)
taula {n}  :: Fine-grained tinder made from the polypore Fomes fomentarius
taulakääpä {n} [mushroom]  :: horse's hoof fungus, tinder fungus, tinder bracket, Fomes fomentarius (polypore species)
taulu {n} [archaic, mathematics, science]  :: table (collection of data organized as a set to cover a certain area of interest or point of view; continues to be used in some compound terms.)
taulu {n} [art]  :: picture, print etc., especially a framed one
taulu {n}  :: board, as for example a billboard, switchboard, blackboard or whiteboard
taulu {n} [colloquial]  :: face (front part of the head)
taulu {n} [databases]  :: table
taulu {n}  :: dial (face of a clock, analogue meter etc.)
taulu {n}  :: painting
taulu {n}  :: Short for maalitaulu
taulukko {n} [computing]  :: array (arrangement of memory elements)
taulukko {n}  :: table, matrix, grid (of data)
taulukkolaskenta {n}  :: spreadsheet computation
taulukoida {v}  :: To tabulate
taulutelevisio {n}  :: table television
taulutietokone {n}  :: tablet computer
Tauno {prop}  :: given name
tauota {vi}  :: To pause
tauotta {adv}  :: nonstop, incessantly (without stopping; without interruption or break)
tauottaa {v}  :: to pause
tauottaa {vt}  :: to make pauses
tauriini {n}  :: taurine
tauriontatti {n} [mushroom]  :: lurid bolete, Boletus luridus
taus {n}  :: behind, backside
tausta {n}  :: background
taustakangas {n}  :: backcloth, backdrop
taustakulissi {n}  :: backdrop
taustakuva {n} [computing]  :: background image
taustalevy {n} [basketball]  :: backboard
taustamusiikki {n}  :: background music
taustapeili {n}  :: rear-view mirror
taustaprosessi {n} [computing]  :: daemon
taustasäteily {n} [physics]  :: background radiation
taustatieto {n}  :: background (relevant information)
taustaväri {n} [computing]  :: background color
tauti {n}  :: disease
tautioppi {n}  :: pathology (branch of medicine)
tautofonia {n}  :: tautophony
tautofoninen {adj}  :: tautophonical
tautologia {n}  :: tautology
tautologinen {adj}  :: tautological
tavaaminen {n}  :: spelling, saying the letters of a word
tavallaan {adv}  :: in a way
tavalla tai toisella {phrase}  :: one way or another, one way or the other
tavallinen {adj}  :: habitual (being regular or usual)
tavallinen {adj}  :: normal (usual; ordinary)
tavallinen {adj}  :: ordinary
tavallinen {adj}  :: plain (ordinary; lacking adornment or ornamentation)
tavallinen {adj}  :: random (from population at large)
tavallinen {adj}  :: standard
tavallinen {adj}  :: trivial (common, ordinary)
tavallinen {adj}  :: usual
tavallisempi {adj}  :: comparative of tavallinen
tavallisesti {adv}  :: usually
tavallisuus {n}  :: The state of being normal, normality, normalcy, ordinariness
tavanomainen {adj}  :: commonplace, ordinary, conventional (having no remarkable characteristics)
tavanomainen {adj}  :: conventional (pertaining to a convention)
tavanomainen {adj}  :: habitual (recurring)
tavanomainen {adj}  :: habitual (regular or usual)
tavanomainen {adj}  :: ordinary, mundane (not new)
tavan vuoksi {phrase}  :: as a matter of course
tavara {n}  :: A good, goods, ware (item of merchandise)
tavara {n}  :: meat (volume or substance)
tavara {n}  :: Usually in plural (tavarat), belongings (possessions or personal items)
tavara {n} [vulgar]  :: Female genitalia
tavarajuna {n}  :: goods train, freight train
tavaramerkki {n} [legal]  :: trademark
tavaramerkkinimi {n}  :: name brand (trademark, or a distinctive name for a brand, or for a range of products by a single manufacturer)
tavarankuljetus {n}  :: cargo transport
tavaratalo {n}  :: department store
tavata {vt} [ , + accusative]  :: To meet (someone)
tavata {vt} [auxiliary, + infinitive]  :: To have a habit (of doing something), to usually (do) (something), used to (do) (something) (past tense sense)
tavata {vt}  :: To decipher (to read obscure or almost illegible text)
tavata {vt}  :: To spell (a word; to pronounce a word letter by letter)
tavaton {adj}  :: unusual, extraordinary
tavattavissa {adj}  :: available (for a meeting), in
tavattomasti {adv}  :: unusually, extraordinarily
tavaus {n}  :: spelling
tavausaakkonen {n}  :: in plural only, spelling alphabet, radio alphabet, telephone alphabet (set of standard words used to represent the letters of alphabet when spelling on the telephone or in other conditions where misunderstanding is likely)
tavausaakkonen {n}  :: spelling word (word used to represent a letter when spelling)
tavi {n}  :: common teal (Anas crecca)
tavis {n} [colloquial]  :: An ordinary person, a random (unimportant person), a nobody, Mr. Nobody
tavoite {n}  :: objective, aim
tavoite {n}  :: target, goal
tavoitella {v}  :: (transitive) To go for
tavoittaa {v}  :: to catch, catch up
tavoittaa {v}  :: to reach (someone)
tavoittelu {n}  :: action noun of the verb tavoitella
tavu {n} [computing]  :: A byte
tavu {n} [grammar, linguistics]  :: A syllable
tavuheitto {n} [linguistics]  :: haplology
tavukirjoitus {n}  :: A syllabary (writing system)
tavumerkki {n}  :: A syllabogram (writing symbol representing a syllable)
tavunraja {n} [linguistics]  :: A syllable break
tavuraja {n}  :: syllable boundary
tavuttaa {vt}  :: To syllabify, to hyphenate
tavuttua {vi}  :: to hyphenate
tavutus {n}  :: hyphenation, syllabation, syllabification
tavuviiva {n}  :: a hyphen used to divide words between two lines
tax-free {adj}  :: tax-free
tax-free {n}  :: Short for tax-free-myymälä ("tax-free shop")
tax-free-myymälä {n}  :: tax-free shop
tax-free-myynti {n}  :: tax-free sales
täbäri {n} [military slang]  :: full kit
täbärimarssi {n} [military, slang]  :: yomp
täditellä {v}  :: to call someone aunt (to use the word täti as an address)
tädyke {n}  :: speedwell
te {pron} [personal]  :: you (second-person plural; when addressing many persons or when addressing politely or formally one person)
Te {pron} [address]  :: You (formal 2nd person address both in singular and in plural)
Tea {prop}  :: given name shortened from Dorotea ( =Dorothea)
teak {n}  :: teak (timber or tree)
teaniini {n} [amino acid]  :: theanine
teatraalinen {adj}  :: theatrical (exaggerated)
teatraalisesti {adv}  :: theatrically
teatraalisuus {adv}  :: theatricality
teatteri {n}  :: theatre
teatterielokuva {n}  :: feature film (film produced to be principally shown in cinemas)
teatterikiikari {n}  :: opera glasses
teatterikuiskaus {n}  :: A stage whisper
teatterikuiskaus {n}  :: A wheeze (exaggerated whisper)
teatterillinen {adj}  :: theatrical (of or relating to the theatre)
tebaiini {n} [chemistry]  :: thebaine
teddykangas {n}  :: soft plush, like that used on stuffed toys (fabric)
teddykarhu {n}  :: teddy bear
tee {n} [countable]  :: tea, cup of tea (cup of any one of these drinks)
tee {n} [countable]  :: tea (variety of the tea plant)
tee {n}  :: letter: t
tee {n} [uncountable, by extension]  :: tea (any drink made by infusing parts of various other plants)
tee {n} [uncountable]  :: tea (dried leaves or buds of the tea plant, Camellia sinensis)
tee {n} [uncountable]  :: tea (drink made by infusing these dried leaves or buds in hot water)
teeastiasto {n}  :: tea service
teeastiasto {n}  :: tea set
teehuone {n}  :: teahouse (restaurant that sells tea and light refreshments)
teekalusto {n}  :: tea service
teekalusto {n}  :: tea set
teekannu {n}  :: teapot
teekkari {n}  :: A person studying for the degree of diplomi-insinööri in a university, a tech student or a student of technology
teekkarilakki {n}  :: A tech student version of ylioppilaslakki, differentiated from the ordinary student cap with a hanging tussle
teekupillinen {n}  :: teacupful, teacup (unit of measure)
teekupillinen {n}  :: tea (cup of tea)
teekuppi {n}  :: teacup (cup for drinking tea)
teelehti {n}  :: tea leaf
teelusikallinen {n}  :: A teaspoonful
teelusikka {n}  :: teaspoon
teema {n}  :: subject
teema {n}  :: theme
teemapuisto {n}  :: theme park
Teemu {prop}  :: given name
teenlehti {n}  :: tea leaf (dried fragment of a leaf of the tea plant used in making the drink tea, usually used in the plural)
teennäinen {adj}  :: artificial, affected, fake
teennäinen {adj}  :: forced
teepannu {n}  :: A teakettle, or, especially in the UK, kettle
teepussi {n}  :: teabag
teerenpeli {n}  :: flirtation, dalliance, sport
teerenpilkku {n}  :: freckle
teeri {n}  :: black grouse, Lyrurus tetrix, formerly Tetrao tetrix
teeriparvi {n}  :: A flock of black grouses
teesi {n}  :: thesis (a statement)
teesiivilä {n}  :: tea strainer
teeskennellä {vt}  :: To pretend; to feign, make believe; to affect, assume an air/a look of, put on airs of
teeskentelijä {n}  :: pretender
teettää {vt}  :: To commission
teettää {vt}  :: To have something done
teettää {vt}  :: To subcontract
teetättää {v}  :: alternative form of teettää
teetätyttää {v}  :: alternative form of teetättää
teevati {n}  :: saucer
teevee {n} [colloquial]  :: television
tefhirssi {n}  :: teff (grain of Eragrostis tef)
teflon {n} [colloquial]  :: Teflon (synthetic resin, used as surfactant due to its nonstick property)
tefloninen {adj}  :: Teflon (containing Teflon)
tehdä {vt}  :: to commit, perpetrate, carry out, conduct (to do, as a crime, sin, or fault)
tehdä {vt}  :: to do, perform, execute
tehdä {vt}  :: to make, cost [said often by the salesperson to the customer]
tehdä {vt}  :: to make, manufacture
tehdä {vt}  :: to make, render (somebody: accusative, adjective: translative or somebody: elative, noun: accusative)
tehdas {n}  :: A factory
tehdas {n}  :: A mill (factory)
tehdaspalo {n}  :: factory fire
tehdastyöläinen {n}  :: factory worker, factoryworker
tehdastyöntekijä {n}  :: factory worker, factoryworker
tehdä bänät {v} [colloquial]  :: to break up with someone, to end a relationship, to make a clean break, to dump someone
tehdä huorin {v}  :: to commit adultery
tehdä kauppansa {vi} [idiomatic]  :: To sell fast, sell like hot cakes
tehdä kärpäsestä härkänen {idiom}  :: make a mountain out of a molehill
tehdä mieli {vt} [idiomatic]  :: To feel like, to would like, to fancy
tehdä oharit {v}  :: to stand somebody up
tehdä perinnöttömäksi {v}  :: to disinherit, disown, abdicate (to exclude from inheritance)
tehdä sopimus {v} [business]  :: To make an agreement
tehdä tenä {v}  :: to refuse to do something, to stop cooperating
tehdä tenä {v}  :: to stop working (of a machine or device)
tehdä tiettäväksi {v} [formal]  :: to announce
tehdä tiettäväksi {v} [idiomatic]  :: to make clear, let know
tehdä töitä {v}  :: To work, job
tehdä työtä {v}  :: To work, job
Teheran {prop}  :: Tehran, the capital city of Iran
tehkää hyvin {phrase} [dated]  :: here you are, there you go
teho {n}  :: As modifier in compound terms (teho-) indicates boosting of the base term in one way or other. English equivalents include power, intensive, intense, super-
teho {n} [informal]  :: An ICU; a short of teho-osasto
teho {n} [physics, electronics]  :: power
tehohoito {n} [medicine]  :: intensive care (support and monitoring of critically ill patients)
tehoisa {adj}  :: powerful
tehokas {adj}  :: effective
tehokas {adj}  :: powerful, potent
tehokeino {n} [literature]  :: A device, as in kirjallinen tehokeino
tehokeino {n} [rhetoric]  :: A (rhetorical) device
tehokkaampi {adj}  :: comparative of tehokas
tehokkaasti {adv}  :: efficiently, effectively
tehokkuus {n}  :: effectivity, effectiveness
teholähde {n}  :: power source
teholähde {n}  :: power supply
tehollisarvo {n}  :: quadratic mean, root mean square
teho-osasto {n} [medicine]  :: intensive care unit, ICU
tehopiste {n}  :: score point, point (unit of measuring the efficiency of an individual player in a ball game)
tehosekoitin {n}  :: A blender (machine)
tehostaa {v}  :: to increase the performance, effect, or effectiveness of something; to intensify, make more effective, enhance, strengthen, boost, beef up, step up
tehostaa {v}  :: to optimize (to make something more efficient)
tehoste {n} [film]  :: effect
tehostin {n}  :: A device that enhances or strengthens a small force into a larger one. Translations into English vary by application. Despite the etymology, booster is normally something else than tehostin in Finnish
tehota {v}  :: To affect, to have an effect on something
tehoton {adj}  :: ineffective, powerless
tehtailija {n}  :: industrialist
tehtailu {n}  :: milling, manufacturing
tehtävä {n}  :: A commission (mission)
tehtävä {n}  :: A function (professional or official position)
tehtävä {n}  :: A function (what something does or is used for)
tehtävä {n}  :: A job (task)
tehtävä {n}  :: A mission (duty that involves fulfilling a request)
tehtävä {n}  :: A situation (position of employment; a post)
tehtävä {n}  :: A task (a difficult or tedious undertaking)
tehtävä {n}  :: A task (an objective)
tehtävä {n}  :: A task (a piece of work done as part of one’s duties)
tehtävänimike {n}  :: job title (specific designation of a post within an organization, normally associated with a job description that details the tasks and responsibilities that go with it)
teidän {pron}  :: The genitive plural of the personal pronoun te, in most cases (with the possessive suffix -nne appended to the main word owned) translated with the possessive pronoun your; after the verb olla: yours - when addressing many persons or when addressing politely or formally one person:
teidän {pron}  :: Used with verbs or verb structures that are used monopersonally such as pitää, täytyä, tulla, olla + passive present participle etc., and require genitive: translated into English you - when addressing many persons or when addressing politely or formally one person:
teidät {pron}  :: The accusative plural of the personal pronoun te, in most cases translated into English you (direct object, addressing many persons):
teiini {n}  :: caffeine in tea
Teija {prop}  :: given name
Teijo {prop}  :: given name
teilata {v}  :: to dismember (to remove the limbs from)
teilata {v}  :: to reject, pan:
teilata {v}  :: to wheel (to execute on the wheel):
teili {n}  :: A pole where a person subjected to breaking wheel execution was tied
teilipyörä {n}  :: breaking wheel
teiliratas {n}  :: breaking wheel
teini {n}  :: A teen
teini-ikä {n}  :: teens (age)
teini-ikäinen {adj}  :: teenage
teini-ikäinen {n}  :: teenager
teinipeili {n}  :: A selfie taken through a mirror, especially one that is published in the internet
teipata {vt}  :: To tape (to fasten with adhesive tape)
teippi {n}  :: adhesive tape, sellotape, tape
teismi {n}  :: theism
teistä {pron}  :: about you; of you (addressing many persons or politely or formally one person):
teistä {pron}  :: in your opinion, you think that (addressing many persons or politely or formally one person):
teistä {pron}  :: of you (addressing many persons):
teisti {n}  :: rock gunnel (Pholis gunnellus)
teisti {n}  :: theist
teistinen {adj}  :: theistic
teititellä {vt} [+ partitive]  :: to address with the polite V-form, to address someone (especially the elderly and people with higher social status) formally in the second-person (in languages in which such form is distinguishable)
teitittely {n}  :: using V-form (act or custom of addressing someone formally in second person)
teitittelymuoto {n} [inguistics]  :: V-form (second-person form of address used in formal situations)
teitse {adv} [archaic]  :: by way of; now chiefly used as headword in compound terms
tekaista {vt}  :: To make up (dishonestly: a story; legal charges)
tekeillä {adv}  :: in the making (in the process of being made)
tekele {n}  :: A product of poor quality, an example of poor workmanship
tekeminen {n}  :: Action noun of the verb tehdä, making
tekemätön {adj}  :: not done, undone
te-keskus {n} [dated]  :: alternative form of TE-keskus
TE-keskus {n} [Finland]  :: A regional office of työ- ja elinkeinoministeriö, discontinued in 2010 and merged with offices of two other ministries to ELY-keskus
tekeytyä {vi} [ , + translative]  :: to feign, to pretend to be, to pose as or play the role of
tekijä {n}  :: author, auteur
tekijä {n} [chiefly, mathematics]  :: factor
tekijä {n}  :: doer
tekijä {n}  :: maker
tekijä {n}  :: perpetrator
tekijännimi {n} [grammar]  :: agent noun (noun that denotes an agent who does the action denoted by the verb from which the noun is derived)
tekijänoikeudettomuus {n}  :: public domain (feature of intellectual property being not protected under patent or copyright,)
tekijänoikeus {n}  :: copyright (right to determine who may publish, copy and distribute a piece of writing, music or other work of authorship)
tekijänoikeuslaki {n} [law]  :: copyright act
tekijänoikeusmerkki {n}  :: copyright symbol, copyright (symbol ©)
tšekin kieli {n}  :: Czech (language)
tšekinmaalainen {adj}  :: Czech (of or pertaining to the Czech Republik or its people or culture)
tšekinmaalainen {n}  :: Czech (person)
Tšekin tasavalta {prop}  :: The Czech Republic (a country in Central Europe)
tšekki {n}  :: Czech (language)
tšekki {n}  :: Czech (person)
Tšekki {prop}  :: The Czech Republic
tšekkiläinen {adj}  :: Czech
tšekkiläisyys {n}  :: Czechness (state or property of being Czech)
Tšekkoslovakia {prop}  :: Czechoslovakia (former country in Central Europe)
tšekkoslovakialainen {adj}  :: Czechoslovakian
tšekkoslovakialainen {n}  :: Czechoslovakian
Tekla {prop}  :: given name
teknetium {n}  :: technetium
tekniikan ylioppilas {n}  :: student of technology
tekniikka {n}  :: engineering
tekniikka {n}  :: method
tekniikka {n}  :: technique
tekniikka {n}  :: technology
teknikko {n} [archaic]  :: engineer
teknikko {n}  :: technician
teknillinen {adj}  :: technical
tekninen {adj}  :: technical
tekninen piirustus {n}  :: technical drawing, drafting
teknisesti {adv}  :: technically
tekno {n} [music]  :: techno
tekno- {prefix}  :: techno-
teknokraatti {n}  :: technocrat
teknokratia {n}  :: technocracy
teknologia {n}  :: technology (the study of or a collection of techniques)
teknologiateollisuus {n}  :: technology industry
teknologinen {adj}  :: technological
teknomusiikki {n} [music]  :: techno
teko {n}  :: achievement
teko {n}  :: act, deed
teko {n}  :: As modifier in a compound term, refers to a deed, especially in a legal context
teko {n}  :: As modifier in a compound term, signifies artificial, manmade, false, mock, cod, simulated
tekoallas {n}  :: reservoir
tekoelin {n}  :: artificial organ
tekoelämä {n}  :: artificial life
tekohampaat {n} [colloquial]  :: artificial denture
tekohengitys {n} [first aid]  :: artificial respiration
tekoinen {adj} [as headword in compound terms]  :: -made, -built
tekojärvi {n}  :: reservoir, artificial lake
tekojäsen {n}  :: prosthesis
tekokieli {n}  :: constructed language, artificial language
tekokuitu {n}  :: man-made fiber
tekokuu {n}  :: artificial satellite
tekoäly {n} [artificial intelligence]  :: artificial intelligence
tekonen {n}  :: offense, misdeed, violation
tekonivelleikkaus {n} [medicine]  :: joint replacement surgery
tekopyhä {adj}  :: hypocritical
tekopyhä {adj}  :: sanctimonious
tekopyhästi {adv}  :: sanctimoniously
tekopyhyys {n}  :: hypocrisy
tekopyhyys {n}  :: sanctimony
tekosyy {n}  :: An excuse, a plea
tekosyy {n}  :: A pretext
tekotukka {n}  :: hairpiece
tekovika {n}  :: defect
Teksas {prop}  :: Texas (US state)
teksasilainen {adj}  :: Texan
teksasilainen {n}  :: A Texan
tekstaaja {n}  :: texter
tekstailla {v}  :: To text message (to engage in the activity of sending and receiving text messages)
tekstari {n} [informal]  :: text message
tekstata {v}  :: To text message (to send as a text message)
tekstata {v}  :: To text message (to transmit a text message to)
teksti {n} [journalism]  :: copy (text of a newspaper article)
teksti {n} [marketing]  :: copy (output of copywriter; short for mainosteksti)
teksti {n}  :: text
tekstiili {n}  :: fabric, textile, cloth
tekstinkäsittely {n}  :: word processing
tekstinkäsittelyohjelma {n}  :: text editor
tekstitelevisio {n}  :: Teletext
tekstittää {vt}  :: To subtitle
tekstitys {n}  :: subtitle (textual versions of the dialog in films)
tekstitys {n}  :: subtitling (act or art of creating subtitles)
tekstiviesti {n}  :: text message (SMS)
tekstuaalinen {adj}  :: textual
teksturoida {v}  :: To texturise/texturize
tekstuuri {n}  :: texture
tektiitti {n} [geology]  :: tektite
tektoniikka {n}  :: tectonics
tektoninen {adj}  :: tectonic
tektosilikaatti {n} [in plural]  :: silica group
tektosilikaatti {n} [mineralogy]  :: tectosilicate, silica (silicate mineral having a silicon to oxygen ratio of 1:2)
tektosilikaattiryhmä {n} [mineralogy]  :: silica group (group of silicate minerals having a silicon to oxygen ratio of 1:2)
teku {n} [colloquial]  :: technical college
tela {n} [by extension]  :: A place where something is left or stored; usually in adessive, ablative or allative plural
tela {n}  :: One of a set of round logs used as support to keep something, such as a boat or a pile of firewood, from touching directly the ground, or to help move a large object by rolling it over the logs
tela {n}  :: roller, cylinder
tela {n}  :: track (short of telaketju - "caterpillar track")
tšelada {n}  :: alternative spelling of tselada
telahermo {n} [anatomy]  :: trochlear nerve
telaketju {n}  :: A caterpillar track
telakka {n} [computing]  :: docking station, dock (piece of hardware into which a laptop computer can be plugged for use as a desktop computer)
telakka {n}  :: dockyard (place to repair and outfit ships)
telakka {n}  :: shipyard (place to build and repair ships)
telakoida {v}  :: to dock (to connect a vessel to another; such as a spaceship to a space station)
telakoida {v}  :: to take a vessel to a dockyard for service or repair
telakointi {n}  :: docking
telakoitua {vi}  :: to dock (to join two moving items)
telaluu {n} [skeleton]  :: talus, astragalus
telata {vt}  :: To paint using a paint roller
tele {n} [photographing, colloquial]  :: telephoto lens
tele- {prefix}  :: tele-
telefoni {n} [obsolete]  :: alternative term for puhelin
telekinesia {n}  :: telekinesis
telekommunikaatio {n}  :: telecommunication
telekopio {n}  :: fax
telematiikka {n}  :: telematics
telemetria {n}  :: telemetry
teleologia {n}  :: teleology
telepaatikko {n}  :: telepath
telepaatti {n}  :: telepath
telepaattinen {adj}  :: telepathic
telepatia {n}  :: telepathy
teleportaatio {n}  :: teleportation
teleportti {n}  :: teleportation
teleskooppi {n}  :: telescope
televisio {n}  :: A television set
televisio {n} [television]  :: television
televisioantenni {n}  :: television antenna, TV aerial
televisioasema {n}  :: television station
televisiodokumentti {n}  :: A TV documentary
televisioelokuva {n}  :: A TV movie, made-for-TV movie (movie made for and initially broadcast by a television channel)
televisioida {v}  :: to televise (to air an event etc. on TV)
televisiointi {n}  :: telecast (television broadcast, especially outside of a studio)
televisiointi {n}  :: televising, telecasting (action)
televisiokanava {n}  :: television channel (radio frequency or band of frequencies used for transmitting television)
televisiokanava {n}  :: television channel (station or broadcaster using the band)
televisiolähetin {n}  :: television transmitter
televisio-ohjelma {n}  :: television program, television show
televisioruutu {n}  :: television screen
televisiosatelliitti {n}  :: television satellite
teli {n} [railroading]  :: bogie
teline {n} [gymnastics]  :: apparatus
teline {n}  :: rack, stand
teline {n} [usually in plural]  :: scaffold, staging (structure supporting workmen on a construction site etc.)
telinevoimistelu {n} [sports]  :: artistic gymnastics
Tšeljabinsk {prop}  :: Chelyabinsk (city)
telje {n}  :: alternative form of telki
teljetä {vt}  :: To bar, to bolt, to latch (to secure a door by locking or barring it)
teljo {n} [nautical]  :: thwart
telki {n}  :: bolt (door bolt)
telkien taakse {adv} [idiomatic]  :: behind bars (to prison)
telkien takana {adv} [idiomatic]  :: behind bars (in prison)
telkkä {n}  :: Any of the ducks in the goldeneye genus Bucephala
telkkä {n}  :: The type species of the goldeneye genus, the common goldeneye, Bucephala clangula
telkka {n} [colloquial]  :: television
telkkari {n} [colloquial]  :: television, telly
telkku {n} [colloquial]  :: television
-tella {suffix}  :: Forms verbs for calling someone by a name or a label
-tella {suffix}  :: Forms verbs that describe act of pretending to be something
Tellervo {prop}  :: given name
Tellervo {prop}  :: In Finnish mythology, a goddess of forest, wife or daughter of Tapio
telluuri {n}  :: tellurium
telluurio {n}  :: tellurion
telmää {v}  :: alternative form of telmiä
telmiä {v}  :: to romp, frolic
teloa {vi}  :: To hurt oneself
teloittaa {v}  :: to electrocute (to execute by electric shock, as in an electric chair)
teloittaa {v}  :: to execute (to kill as a punishment for capital crimes)
teloittaja {n}  :: executioner
teloitus {n}  :: execution (act of putting to death)
telomeeri {n}  :: telomere
teltta {n}  :: a tent
telttailija {n}  :: camper
telttailla {vi}  :: To camp (to live in a tent, temporarily, usually for pleasure)
telttakangas {n}  :: canvas
telttamaja {n} [Bible]  :: tabernacle (portable tent used by the Jewish before the construction of the temple of Jeusalem)
telttasänky {n}  :: camp bed
temaattinen {adj}  :: thematic (relating to, or having a theme or a topic)
tematiikka {n}  :: thematics
temmata {v} [figurative]  :: To draw (e.g. a sword)
temmata {vt}  :: To snatch, grab, jerk, pull, tear
temmeltää {vi}  :: To frolic
temmi {n} [dialectal]  :: penis
temminckinmuurahaiskäpy {n} [zoology]  :: ground pangolin (Manis temminckii)
tempaista {vt}  :: To wrench
tempaus {n}  :: An act of snatching, yanking or jerking
tempaus {n}  :: escapade (daring or adventurous act; an undertaking which goes against convention)
tempe {n}  :: tempeh
tempera {n}  :: tempera
temperamentikas {adj}  :: temperamental
temperamentti {n}  :: temperament
temperamenttinen {adj}  :: temperamental
tempoa {v}  :: to tear at (to pull something violently and repeatedly as in an attempt to tear it apart or break loose of it)
temporaalilohko {n} [anatomy]  :: temporal lobe
temporaalinen {adj}  :: temporal
temppeli {n}  :: temple (place of worship)
temppeliblokki {n} [musical instruments]  :: temple block
temppeliherra {n}  :: Templar
temppeliritari {n}  :: paladin
temppeliviikuna {n}  :: sacred fig, bodhi tree, Ficus religiosa (species of fig venerated by Buddhists because they believe the Buddha attained enlightenment while sitting underneath such a tree)
temppu {n}  :: trick, stunt
temppuilija {n}  :: trickster
temppuilla {v}  :: monkey around, monkey about
tempus {n} [linguistics]  :: tense
tenä {n}  :: hindrance, obstacle
tenä {n}  :: tehdä ~ : to stop working (a machine), to refuse to do sthg
tenava {n} [colloquial]  :: kid, child
tendenssi {n}  :: tendency
tenderi {n} [rail transport]  :: tender (railroad car towed behind a steam engine to carry fuel)
tenho {n}  :: enchantment
Tenho {prop}  :: given name
tenhota {vt}  :: To enchant
tenkkapoo {n} [colloquial]  :: problem
tennari {n} [colloquial]  :: plimsoll (rubber-soled, laced canvas shoe)
tennis {n}  :: tennis
tenniskenkä {n}  :: tennis shoe (athletic shoe designed for playing tennis)
tenniskenttä {n}  :: tennis court
tenniskyynärpää {n}  :: tennis elbow
tennismaila {n}  :: A tennis racket
tennispallo {n}  :: A tennis ball
tennispelaaja {n}  :: tennis player
tennistossu {n} [dated]  :: tennis shoe (low-ankle sneaker)
tensidi {n} [chemistry]  :: surfactant
tensio {n}  :: tension
tensori {n} [mathematics, physics]  :: tensor
tenttiä {v}  :: to take an examination, especially in a university
tentti {n}  :: examination
tenttijä {n}  :: A participant of an exam
tenu {n} [colloquial]  :: spirit (denatured strong alcohol used e.g. as fuel)
teo- {prefix}  :: theo-
teobromiini {n} [chemistry]  :: theobromine
teodoliitti {n}  :: theodolite
teofylliini {n}  :: theophylline
teokraatti {n}  :: theocrat
teokraattinen {adj}  :: theocratic
teokratia {n}  :: theocracy
teollinen {adj}  :: industrial
teollinen muotoilu {n}  :: industrial design
teollistaa {vt}  :: to industrialize (to develop industry)
teollistua {vi}  :: to industrialize (to become industrial)
teollistuminen {n}  :: industrialization
teollistunut {adj}  :: industrialized (having undergone industrialization)
teollisuudenharjoittaja {n}  :: industrialist
teollisuus {n}  :: industry
teollisuusalue {n}  :: industrial area, industrial region
teollisuusalue {n}  :: industrial park, industry park
teollisuusmaa {n}  :: developed country
teollisuusministeri {n}  :: A minister of industry
teollisuusmittakaava {n}  :: In attributive use, may also be translated with industrial strength
teollisuusmittakaava {n}  :: industrial scale (large quantity)
teollisuuspuisto {n}  :: industrial park
teollisuustyöntekijä {n}  :: industrial worker
teollisuusvakoilu {n}  :: industrial espionage
teologi {n}  :: theologian
teologia {n}  :: theology
teologinen {adj}  :: theological
teologisesti {adv}  :: theologically
teonsana {n} [grammar]  :: verb (a grammatical category of words that indicate an action, event or a state)
teoreema {n}  :: theorem
teoreetikko {n}  :: theorist
teoreettinen {adj}  :: theoretic, theoretical
teoretisoida {v}  :: to theorize (to formulate theories)
teoria {n}  :: theory
teorioida {v}  :: alternative form of teoretisoida
teos {n}  :: oeuvre, opus (work of art)
teos {n}  :: work (literary, artistic, or intellectual production)
teosofia {n}  :: theosophy
teosofinen {adj}  :: theosophic
tepä {pron}  :: te + -pä
Teppo {prop}  :: given name
tepsiä {v} [colloquial]  :: to do the trick, to work okay
tepsuttaa {v}  :: To walk in short quick steps, as a little dog might do
tepuinpuumuura {n}  :: streak-backed antshrike
tequila {n}  :: tequila
terä {n}  :: blade, edge
terä {n}  :: head (of an axe)
terä {n}  :: the degree of sharpness of a cutting tool
tera- {prefix}  :: tera-
terapeutti {n}  :: therapist
terapeuttinen {adj}  :: therapeutic
terapia {n}  :: therapy
terapoida {v}  :: To therapize
teräase {n}  :: An edged weapon
terassi {n}  :: A beer garden
terassi {n}  :: A terrace
teratavu {n}  :: terabyte
teratogeeni {n}  :: teratogen
teratogeeninen {adj}  :: teratogenic
teratogeneesi {n} [teratology]  :: teratogenesis
teratologia {n}  :: teratology
teratologinen {adj}  :: teratologic
terawatti {n}  :: terawatt
terawattitunti {n}  :: terawatt-hour
terbium {n}  :: terbium
tere {n} [textiles]  :: piping
tereftaalihappo {n} [chemistry]  :: terephthalic acid
tšeremissi {n} [dated]  :: Mari (language spoken by these people)
tšeremissi {n} [dated]  :: Mari (member of a Volga-Finnic people in the Volga region)
tšeremissin kieli {n} [dated]  :: Mari (language)
tšeremissinkielinen {n} [dated]  :: synonym of marinkielinen
terhakas {adj}  :: brisk
terhakasti {adv}  :: briskly
terhakka {adj}  :: brisk
terhakkaasti {adv}  :: briskly
terhen {n}  :: Thin fog, mist
Terhi {prop}  :: given name
Terhikki {prop}  :: given name, variant of Terhi
terho {n}  :: an acorn
Terho {prop}  :: given name
Terho {prop}  :: surname
terhotikka {n}  :: acorn woodpecker, Melanerpes formicivorus
teriö {n} [botany]  :: A corolla
tšerkessi {n}  :: Cherkess (person belonging to the Circassian population of northern Karachay-Cherkessia)
terkku {n} [colloquial]  :: greetings
teräkäs {n}  :: A legless sock
teräksinen {adj} [figuratively]  :: steely
teräksinen {adj}  :: steel
terälehti {n} [botany]  :: petal
termari {n}  :: thermos
termi {n}  :: A term (word or phrase)
termiikki {n}  :: A thermal (column of rising air in the lower atmosphere created by uneven heating of Earth's surface)
termiitti {n} [chemistry]  :: thermite
termiitti {n}  :: termite
termiittikeko {n}  :: termite mound
termiittipesä {n}  :: termite colony (termite colony as society of termites)
termiittipesä {n}  :: termite mound, termitarium (termite colony as physical structure in which the termites live)
termiittisammakko {n}  :: red-banded frog, Phrynomerus bifasciatus
terminaali {n}  :: terminal
terminaalihoito {n}  :: hospice (provision of palliative care for terminally ill patients)
terminaattori {n} [astronomy]  :: terminator
terminaattori {n} [electronics]  :: terminator
terminatiivi {n}  :: terminative case
terminen {adj}  :: thermal
terminoida {vt} [finance]  :: To hedge
terminologi {n}  :: terminologist
terminologia {n}  :: terminology (doctrine of terms)
terminologinen {adj}  :: terminological
termistö {n}  :: terminology (set of terms), nomenclature
termistori {n}  :: thermistor
termo- {prefix}  :: thermo-
termoanalyysi {n} [chemistry, metallurgy]  :: thermal analysis
termodynaaminen {adj}  :: thermodynamic
termodynaaminen lämpötila {n} [physics]  :: thermodynamic temperature
termodynamiikka {n} [physics]  :: thermodynamics
termofysiikka {n}  :: thermophysics
termokemia {n} [chemistry, physics]  :: thermochemistry
termokliini {n} [hydrology]  :: thermocline
termoluminesenssi {n}  :: thermoluminescence
termolyysi {n}  :: thermolysis
termonukleaarinen {adj}  :: thermonuclear
termoplastinen {adj}  :: thermoplastic
termosfääri {n}  :: thermosphere
termospullo {n}  :: A thermos, thermos flask
termostaatti {n}  :: thermostat
termoterapia {n}  :: thermotherapy
ternimaito {n}  :: colostrum, beestings, first milk
Tšernobyl {prop}  :: Chernobyl (city in Ukraine)
Tšernomyrdin {prop}  :: A Finnish transliteration of the Russian surname Черномы́рдин
Tero {prop}  :: given name
teroitin {n}  :: A pencil sharpener
teroittaa {vt}  :: to sharpen
teroittamaton {adj}  :: unsharpened
terpeeni {n} [chemistry]  :: terpene
teräpuoli {n}  :: cutting edge (sharp edge of the blade of a knife or other cutting tool)
terraario {n}  :: terrarium
terrakotta {n}  :: terracotta (hard red-brown unglazed earthenware)
terramysiini {n}  :: terramycin
terrieri {n}  :: terrier
territoriaalinen {adj}  :: territorial
territorio {n}  :: territory
terrori {n}  :: terror (terror as tool of terrorists)
terrori-isku {n}  :: terrorist strike
terrorismi {n}  :: terrorism
terrorisminvastainen {adj}  :: antiterrorist
terrorisoida {vt}  :: To terrorize
terroristi {n}  :: terrorist
terroristihyökkäys {n}  :: terrorist attack
terroristijohtaja {n}  :: terrorist leader
terroristijärjestö {n}  :: terrorist organization
terroristinen {adj}  :: terroristic
terroriteko {n}  :: An act of terror
teräs {n}  :: steel
teräsbetoni {n}  :: reinforced concrete (with steel)
teräsjää {n}  :: A type of bright, solid ice that is formed when the water body freezes
terska {n} [anatomy]  :: glans penis
teräsmies {n}  :: superman (person of extraordinary powers)
Teräsmies {prop}  :: Superman (fictional character)
terssi {n} [music]  :: third
teräste {n}  :: The ingredient used in strengthening of a drink
teräsvilla {n}  :: steel wool
tertiili {n} [by extension]  :: tertile (subset thus obtained)
tertiili {n} [statistics]  :: tertile (each of the two numerical values that divide an ordered sample into three equally numerous subsets)
tertiäärikausi {n}  :: Tertiary
tertiäärinen {adj}  :: tertiary
tertiäärinen alkoholi {n} [chemistry]  :: tertiary alcohol
terttu {n} [botany]  :: raceme
terttu {n}  :: cluster
Terttu {prop}  :: given name
terävä {adj}  :: sharp
terävä {adj}  :: smart, clever, bright, quick-witted
terva {n}  :: tar
tervaantua {v}  :: alternative form of tervautua
tervainen {adj}  :: tarry
tervaisempi {adj}  :: comparative of tervainen
tervakko {n} [plant]  :: A plant of the genus Viscaria
tervaleppä {n}  :: A black alder, common alder, Alnus glutinosa
tervapaperi {n}  :: tarpaper
tervapeippo {n}  :: chestnut-breasted negrita (Nigrita bicolor)
tervaporvari {n} [historical]  :: tar trader, especially one active during the heyday of Finnish tar exports to the rest of Europe in the 19th century
tervapääsky {n}  :: swift, especially the common swift (Apus apus)
tervata {vt}  :: To tar, coat with tar
tervaus {n}  :: tarring
tervautua {vi}  :: To become tarred
terve {adj}  :: able-bodied (having a sound, strong body)
terve {adj}  :: healthy, sane (enjoying health and vigor of body, mind, or spirit)
terve {adj}  :: healthy, sound (beneficial)
terve {adj}  :: sound (complete, solid, or secure)
terve {adj}  :: sound, well (free from injury, disease)
terve {interj} [informal]  :: Said when departing, bye
terve {interj} [informal]  :: Said when meeting, hello
terveellinen {adj} [of food etc.]  :: healthy
terveempi {adj}  :: comparative of terve
terveesti {adv}  :: healthily
tervehdys {n}  :: A greeting
tervehdys {n}  :: A salute, salutation
tervehtiä {vt} [military , + partitive]  :: to salute
tervehtiä {v}  :: to give the time of day, to say hello (to acknowledge somebody; to give some respect or attention)
tervehtiä {vt} [ , + partitive]  :: to greet
tervehtijä {n}  :: greeter
terveiset {n}  :: regards, wishes, greetings, compliments
tervemenoa {interj} [informal]  :: good riddance (indicates that a departure, or loss is welcome)
tervetullut {adj}  :: welcome
tervetuloa {interj}  :: [after having arranged a visit] looking forward to seeing you
tervetuloa {interj}  :: [when greeting] welcome, great to see you, nice you could come
tervetuloa {interj}  :: [when inviting someone] Would you like to visit us? It'd be nice to have you over sometime. (Please) come again! (only by salespeople:) (Please) call again!
terveydeksi {interj}  :: bless you
terveydeksi {n}  :: Translative singular form of terveys.
terveydenhoitaja {n}  :: public health nurse, community health nurse
terveydenhoito {n}  :: health care
terveydenhuolto {n}  :: health care
terveydentila {n}  :: health, state of one's health
terveys {n}  :: health
terveysala {n}  :: health sector (people, institutions and businesses that work to promote, restore and maintain health)
terveysasema {n}  :: medical center, municipal clinic, clinic (municipal facility for providing outpatient services for residents of a designated area)
terveysjärjestö {n}  :: health organization
terveyskeskus {n}  :: (public, free) health center, health care center, clinic (municipal facility providing medical services for residents of a designated area, not: outpatient clinic, which is a poliklinikka in Finnish)
terveyskeskuslääkäri {n}  :: physician who works in an outpatient clinic
terveyslautakunta {n}  :: health board (in municipal government, a board responsible for organizing and overseeing the health services provided for the citizens)
terveysministeri {n}  :: minister of health, secretary of health
terveysministeriö {n}  :: ministry of health
terveyspalvelu {n}  :: health service
terveysside {n}  :: sanitary towel, sanitary napkin
terveystarkastus {n}  :: physical
terveystieto {n}  :: health education
terveystoimi {n}  :: health services; usually as a branch of municipal government
terveysturismi {n}  :: medical tourism
terveysvaara {n}  :: health risk
terävähampainen {adj}  :: sharp-toothed
teräväkulmainen {adj} [geometry]  :: acute-angled (of a triangle, having all angles smaller than 90°)
terävämpi {adj}  :: comparative of terävä
Tervo {prop}  :: surname
teräväpiirtotelevisio {n}  :: high-definition television, HDTV
teräväpäinen {adj}  :: sharp-witted
teryleeni {n}  :: terylene [UK], dacron [US] (fiber and fabric made of polyethylene terephthalate)
tesaurus {n}  :: A glossary (list of terms in a particular domain of knowledge with the definitions for those terms)
tesla {n}  :: tesla
teslamuuntaja {n}  :: Tesla coil (resonant transformer circuit used to produce high voltage, low current, high frequency alternating current electricity)
tesma {n} [plant]  :: American milletgrass (Milium effusum)
tesserakti {n} [geometry]  :: tesseract
testaaja {n}  :: tester
testaaminen {n}  :: testing
testamentata {vt}  :: to bequeath, devise, will
testamentti {n} [Christianity]  :: testament
testamentti {n}  :: will (a legal document stating who is to receive a person's estate and assets after his/her death)
testata {vt}  :: to test
testaus {n}  :: testing
testi {n}  :: test
testitulos {n}  :: test result
testosteroni {n} [biochemistry]  :: testosterone
tet {pron} [personal, dialectal, including, Kven]  :: you (plural; in archaic English: ye)
tšetšeeni {n}  :: Chechen (person or language)
tšetšeeni {n}  :: in plural also the Chechen ethnic group
tšetšeenin kieli {n}  :: Chechen (language)
tšetšeeninkielinen {adj}  :: Chechen, Chechen-language (expressed in Chechen language)
Tšetšenia {prop}  :: Chechnya
tšetšenialainen {adj}  :: Chechen (of or pertaining to Chechnya)
tetra {n}  :: tetra (fish of the family Characidae, commonly kept as aquarium fish)
tetra {n}  :: Tetra Pak (type of container)
tetraedri {n} [geometry]  :: tetrahedron
tetraetyylilyijy {n} [chemistry]  :: tetraethyl lead
tetrahydrofuraani {n} [chemistry]  :: tetrahydrofuran
tetrahydrogestrinoni {n} [chemistry]  :: tetrahydrogestrinone
tetrahydrokannabinoli {n} [chemistry]  :: tetrahydrocannabinol
tetrahydrotiofeeni {n} [chemistry]  :: tetrahydrothiophene
tetrametri {n}  :: A tetrameter
tetrapakkaus {n}  :: synonym of tetra (type of container)
tetroksidi {n} [chemistry]  :: tetroxide
tetum {n}  :: The Tetum language
teuras {n}  :: An animal to be slaughtered
teurastaa {v}  :: To massacre
teurastaa {v}  :: To slaughter, butcher
teurastaja {n}  :: A butcher (brutal killer)
teurastaja {n}  :: A butcher (person who slaughters animals, usually for meat)
teurastamo {n}  :: slaughterhouse, abattoir
teurastus {n} [figuratively]  :: slaughter of people, bloodbath
teurastus {n}  :: slaughter (killing of animals)
teurgia {n}  :: theurgy
teutoni {n}  :: A Teuton
Teuvo {prop}  :: given name, cognate to Theodore
texasilainen {adj}  :: Texan
texasilainen {n}  :: A Texan
texmexruoka {n}  :: Tex-Mex
tägi {n}  :: tag (graffiti)
thai {n}  :: Thai (language)
thai {n}  :: Thai (person)
thaihieronta {n}  :: Thai massage (massage in traditional Thai style)
thaikieli {n}  :: Tai language (language in the Tai group of the Tai-Kadai family of languages)
Thaimaa {prop}  :: Thailand
thaimaalainen {adj}  :: Thai
thaimaalainen {n}  :: A Thai
thaimaalaisuus {n}  :: Thainess
Thaimaan kuningaskunta {prop}  :: The Kingdom of Thailand
thaimusiikki {n}  :: Thai music
thain kieli {n}  :: Thai (language)
thainkielinen {adj}  :: Thai, Thai language, Thai speaking (written or expressed in Thai)
thairavintola {n}  :: Thai restaurant (restaurant serving food prepared in Thai style)
thairuoka {n}  :: Thai food (food prepared in Thai style)
thaisilkki {n}  :: Thai silk
thanatologia {n}  :: alternative spelling of tanatologia
thangka {n}  :: thangka
thatcherismi {n}  :: Thatcherism
tähde {n}  :: leftovers, table scraps (food remaining after a meal; excess food eaten later)
tähde {n} [usually plural]  :: residue, remnant, leftover (whatever remains when something - usually the useful part - has been removed)
tähdekäs {adj}  :: starry
tähdellinen {adj}  :: significant, necessary, meaningful
tähdellinen {adj}  :: starry, having (pictures of) stars
tähdellisesti {adv}  :: meaningfully, in a meaningful way
tähdellisyys {n}  :: meaningfulness
tähden {adv}  :: because of, for the sake of
tähdenlento {n}  :: A person who had short-lived fame
tähdenlento {n}  :: A shooting star, meteor
tähdenlentoparvi {n}  :: meteor shower
tähdenpeitto {n} [astronomy]  :: occultation
tähdenpilkku {n} [astronomy]  :: starspot
tähdenpilkkujakso {n} [astronomy]  :: starspot cycle (cycle similar to solar cycle but observed in stars)
tähdentää {vt}  :: To emphasize, highlight
tähdetön {adj}  :: starless
tähdikki {n}  :: star-of-Bethlehem (plant of the genus Ornithogalum)
tähdikäs {adj}  :: starry
tähdistö {n} [astronomy]  :: constellation (any of the 88 officially recognized regions of the sky)
tähdistäennustaja {n}  :: alternative term for astrologi
tähdittää {v}  :: To star (to appear as a featured performer)
tähdätä {vi} [figuratively , + illative]  :: To aim at, strive for
tähdätä {vt} [ , + partitive]  :: To aim at, target
thebanlepakko {n}  :: Egyptian slit-faced bat, Nycteris thebaica
theeta {n}  :: theta (Greek letter)
thelema {n} [religion]  :: Thelema (type of spiritual and social philosophy)
theremin {n} [musical instruments]  :: theremin
tähkä {n}  :: The ear of a grain plant
töhkä {n}  :: dirt
tähkähelmikkä {n}  :: hairy melic, Melica ciliata (grass)
tähkiö {n}  :: catstail (plant of the genus Phleum)
tähkäidäntä {n} [agriculture]  :: ear sprouting
tähkämaitikka {n} [plant]  :: crested cow-wheat (Melampyrum cristatum)
Tähkäpää {prop}  :: Rapunzel
tähkylä {n} [botany]  :: spikelet
tähän {pron}  :: to this, to here
tähän asti {adv}  :: so far, thus far, heretofore, until now, as yet
tähän asti kaikki hyvin {phrase} [idiomatic]  :: so far so good
tähänastinen {adj}  :: Used to refer to action that has taken place from undetermined past to this day, usually implying that some sort of continuation is expected; translated into English with adverbial expressions such as until now, up to now, until this day
tähän mennessä {adv}  :: by now
tähän mennessä {adv}  :: so far, thus far, heretofore, until now, as yet
tähän saakka {adv}  :: so far, thus far, heretofore, until now, as yet
thomsoningaselli {n}  :: Thomson's gazelle, Eudorcas thomsonii (common species of gazelle)
thorax {n}  :: thorax
thoraxkirurgia {n}  :: thorax surgery, cardiothoracic surgery (field of medicine involved in surgical treatment of diseases affecting organs inside the thorax)
töhriä {vt}  :: to smudge, smear
töhrijä {n}  :: smearer, smudger
tähtevä {adj} [poetic]  :: starry
tähteys {n}  :: stardom
tähti {n}  :: a famous person, celebrity
tähti {n} [astronomy]  :: star (astronomical object)
tähti {n}  :: a white spot on the forehead of a horse
tähtiaika {n} [astronomy]  :: sidereal time
tähtianis {n}  :: star anise (dried fruit of the plant Illicium verum, used as spice)
tähtiassosiaatio {n} [astronomy]  :: stellar association
tähtienvälinen {adj}  :: interstellar
tähtienvälinen aine {n} [astronomy]  :: interstellar medium (matter that exists in the space between star systems in a galaxy)
tähtihalma {n}  :: alternative term for kiinanšakki
tähtiharrastus {n}  :: astronomy as an hobby
tähtihedelmä {n}  :: carambola, the fruit and the plant (Averrhoa carambola)
tähtihetki {n}  :: culmination, climax, acme, pinnacle (all-time high; a point of greatest achievement or success)
tähtihetki {n}  :: highlight, high point (especially significant or interesting detail or event)
tähtiholvi {n} [architecture]  :: Gothic vault
tähtiholvi {n} [poetically]  :: vault of the stars (the starry sky)
tähtihyppy {n}  :: The star jump exercise
tähtihyytelö {n}  :: star jelly (mythical substance that falls on the Earth during meteor showers)
tähtijoukko {n} [astronomy]  :: star cluster
tähtijärjestelmä {n} [astronomy]  :: star system
tähtikaksikko {n} [sports]  :: star duo (two stars seen as a unison in team sports)
tähtikirkas {adj}  :: [of night sky] clear
tähtikuonokontiainen {n}  :: star-nosed mole, Condylura cristata
tähtikuonomaamyyrä {n}  :: alternative term for tähtikuonokontiainen
tähtikuvio {n} [astrology]  :: constellation (configuration of planets at a given time)
tähtikuvio {n} [astronomy]  :: asterism
tähtikuvio {n} [colloquial]  :: constellation (any of the 88 officially recognized regions of the sky)
tähtikuvio {n}  :: constellation (formation of stars perceived as pattern)
tähtikuvio {n}  :: constellation (image associated with a group of stars)
tähtimö {n} [plant]  :: starwort
tähtimerkki {n}  :: alternative term for asteriski (typographical symbol)
tähtimerkki {n}  :: alternative term for horoskooppimerkki (zodiac sign)
tähtimäinen {adj}  :: starlike
tähtimoottori {n}  :: radial engine
tähtäin {n}  :: sight (aiming device of a weapon)
Tähtinen {prop}  :: surname
tähtiparvi {n}  :: star cluster
tähtiryöppygalaksi {n} [astronomy]  :: starburst galaxy
tähtisade {n}  :: A similar light effect in fireworks, consisting of glowing pieces of material falling down from the sky
tähtisade {n}  :: The light effect caused by a cluster of meteorites entering the atmosphere
tähtisadetikku {n}  :: sparkler (hand-held firework that emits sparks)
tähtisampi {n}  :: sevruga, starry sturgeon (Acipenser stellatus)
tähtisara {n} [plant]  :: star sedge, Carex echinata
tähtisikermä {n} [astronomy, dated]  :: A star cluster
tähtisumu {n} [astronomy]  :: nebula, stardust
tähtitaivas {n}  :: starry sky
tähtitiede {n}  :: astronomy
tähtitieteellinen {adj}  :: astronomical
tähtitieteellinen yksikkö {n} [astronomy]  :: astronomical unit
tähtitieteellisesti {adv}  :: astronomically
tähtitieteilijä {n}  :: astronomer
tähtitorni {n}  :: observatory (building or tower-like part of a larger building equipped for observing celestial phenomena)
tähtituuli {n}  :: stellar wind
tähtivuorokausi {n} [astronomy]  :: stellar day, sidereal day
tähtivuosi {n} [astronomy]  :: sidereal year
tähtönen {n}  :: diminutive of tähti
tähtönen {n}  :: starlet
tähyillä {v}  :: to peer
tähystää {v}  :: To keep a lookout
tähystäjä {n}  :: lookout
tähystys {n}  :: lookout
tähystys {n} [medicine]  :: endoscopy
tähystys {n}  :: viewing
täi {n}  :: louse
ti {abbr}  :: tiistai (Tuesday)
ti {n}  :: dit (spoken representation of a dot in radio and telegraph Morse code)
tiaara {n}  :: alternative spelling of tiara
tiabendatsoli {n}  :: thiabendazole
tiainen {n}  :: a chickadee, tit (a small passerine bird of the genus Parus or the family Paridae)
Tiainen {prop}  :: surname
tiaiskerttuli {n}  :: northern parula, Parula americana (a New World warbler)
tiamiini {n}  :: thiamine
tiara {n}  :: tiara (papal crown or ornamental coronet)
tic-oire {n} [pathology]  :: tic
tie {n}  :: avenue
tie {n}  :: path
tie {n}  :: road
tie {n}  :: way [by which to go/walk/move]
tiede {n}  :: one of the liberal arts or humanities
tiede {n}  :: science
tiedeakatemia {n}  :: academy of sciences
tiedehenkilö {n}  :: A scientist; a gender-neutral term sometimes used to replace tiedemies, literally “science man”
tiedekeskus {n}  :: science center
tiedekunta {n}  :: faculty (in a university)
tiedelehti {n}  :: A magazine focused on science
tiedemies {n}  :: scientist
tiedenainen {n}  :: scientist, female scientist
tiedepuisto {n}  :: science park
tiedeseura {n}  :: learned society
tiedoksianto {n} [legal]  :: A notification
tiedonanto {n}  :: notification, announcement, notice (formal act of informing or a document delivering the information)
tiedonjanoinen {adj}  :: inquisitive
tiedonjyvä {n}  :: piece of information, bit of information
tiedonlouhinta {n}  :: data mining
tiedonpakkaus {n} [computing]  :: data compression
tiedonsiirto {n}  :: data transfer
tiedon valtatie {n} [dated]  :: information superhighway (high-speed data transfer network)
tiedostaa {vt} [+ genitive-accusative]  :: To be aware of
tiedostamaton {adj}  :: subconscious
tiedosto {n} [computing]  :: file
tiedostomuoto {n} [computing]  :: file format
tiedote {n}  :: bulletin
tiedoton {adj}  :: unconscious
tiedottaa {v}  :: to inform, make known, announce
tiedottaja {n}  :: A public communicator, communicator, mouthpiece; spokesman, spokesperson
tiedottaminen {n}  :: informing, reporting
tiedotus {n}  :: advice, information, guidance
tiedotus {n}  :: announcement, publicity
tiedotuslehti {n}  :: bulletin, newsletter
tiedotuspäällikkö {n}  :: communications manager
tiedotustilaisuus {n}  :: briefing
tiedotusväline {n}  :: news medium
tiedustaa {v}  :: alternative form of tiedustella
tiedustelija {n}  :: A scout (one who conducts reconnaissance)
tiedustella {v}  :: to inquire, enquire
tiedustella {v}  :: to reconnoitre
tiedustelu {n}  :: inquiry, enquiry
tiedustelu {n}  :: intelligence (spying)
tiedustelu {n} [military]  :: reconnaissance
tiedustelu {n}  :: scout (act of scouting or reconnoitering)
tiedustelupalvelu {n}  :: intelligence agency, intelligence service (governmental agency devoted to gathering of information for purposes of national security and defense; used mostly of other than Finnish agencies)
tiehöylä {n}  :: grader
tiehyt {n} [anatomy]  :: duct
tiehytmato {n}  :: flukeworm (worm of the class Trematoda)
tiejyrä {n} [construction]  :: road roller
tiekartta {n}  :: road map
tielaitos {n}  :: public roads authority, public roads administration (government body responsible for planning, construction and/or maintenance of public roads)
tielaitos {n}  :: with capital initial, a former (until 2001) Finnish government authority responsible for planning, construction and maintenance of public roads
tieliikenne {n}  :: road traffic
tieliikennelaki {n}  :: traffic code, traffic act
tienata {v} [colloquial]  :: To earn money
tienhaara {n}  :: crossroads
tienhaara {n}  :: fork in the road (junction of roads where on road becomes two)
tienoilla {adv}  :: about, around
tienoo {n}  :: neighbourhood, region, tract
tienristeys {n}  :: road crossing, intersection
tienvarsi {n}  :: roadside
tienvarsipommi {n}  :: roadside bomb
tienviitta {n}  :: signpost
tieoikeus {n}  :: right of way (legal right)
tiepiiri {n} [dated]  :: A former regional organizational unit of Finland's Ministry of Transport and Communications, which was responsible for maintenance and construction of roads in its designated area. The term is no longer in official use as their tasks have been transferred to the ELY-keskus
tiera {n}  :: Snow that sticks to or flies off the hoof of a horse in the winter
tieraivo {n}  :: road rage
ties {adv}  :: God knows, who knows
tiesulku {n}  :: roadblock
tietää {vt}  :: To know, be aware of (meaning the superficial knowledge on, see the usage notes below)
tietää {vt}  :: To signify, mean, presage, spell
tieteellinen {adj}  :: scientific
tieteellinen nimi {n}  :: A binomial name, scientific name
tieteellisesti {adv}  :: scientifically
tieteenala {n}  :: A branch of science
tieteenfilosofia {n} [philosophy]  :: philosophy of science
tieteenteoria {n}  :: philosophy of science
tieteidenvälinen {adj}  :: multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary (relating to multiple areas of study)
tieteilijä {n}  :: -ologist, scientist
tieteiselokuva {n}  :: sci-fi film, sci-fi movie
tieteiskirjallisuus {n}  :: science fiction
tieteislaskin {n} [mathematics, computing]  :: scientific calculator
tieteisleffa {n} [colloquial]  :: science fiction film
tieten {adv}  :: knowingly
tieten {adv}  :: tieten tahtoen: wilfully and knowingly
tietenkin {adv}  :: Of course
tietenkään {adv}  :: of course not
tieten tahtoen {adv}  :: willfully, purposely, knowingly
tietäjä {n}  :: wise man, sage, seer
tietääkseni {adv}  :: as far as I know
tietääkseni {adv}  :: as if not noticing, treating like air
tietämätön {adj}  :: clueless
tietämätön {adj}  :: unaware, oblivious
tietämättömämpi {adj}  :: comparative of tietämätön
tietämättömyys {n}  :: ignorance
tietämyksenhallinta {n}  :: knowledge management
tietämys {n}  :: knowledge
tietön {adj}  :: roadless
tieto {n}  :: data
tieto {n}  :: information
tieto {n}  :: intelligence
tieto {n}  :: knowledge
tieto {n}  :: notice
tietoinen {adj}  :: cognizant
tietoinen {adj}  :: conscious
tietoinen läsnäolo {n} [Buddhism, psychology]  :: mindfulness
tietoisesti {adv}  :: consciously, knowingly, volitionally (in a conscious manner)
tietoisuus {n}  :: consciousness
tietojenkäsittely {n}  :: data processing
tietojenkäsittelytiede {n}  :: computer science
tietojärjestelmä {n}  :: information system
tietokanta {n}  :: database
tietokantahallinnoija {n} [computing]  :: database administrator
tietokantaohjelma {n} [computing]  :: database(software)
tietokantasuunnittelija {n}  :: database designer
tietokilpailu {n}  :: quiz
tietokirjallisuus {n}  :: nonfiction
tietokone {n}  :: A computer
tietokoneasiantuntija {n}  :: computer expert
tietokoneavusteinen {adj}  :: computer-aided
tietokonegrafiikka {n}  :: computer graphics
tietokoneinsinööri {n}  :: A computer engineer
tietokoneistaa {vt} [computing]  :: to computerize
tietokoneistua {vi} [computing]  :: To become computerized
tietokoneistus {n}  :: computerization
tietokonekieli {n}  :: computer language (language associated with computers)
tietokonelingvistiikka {n} [linguistics, computer science]  :: computational linguistics (interdisciplinary field dealing with the statistical and/or rule-based modeling of natural language from a computational perspective)
tietokoneohjelma {n}  :: A computer program
tietokonepeli {n}  :: An electronic game
tietokonepeli {n} [computer games]  :: A computer game
tietokonepohjainen {n} [computing]  :: computer-based
tietokonetaitto {n}  :: desktop publishing
tietokonetekniikka {n}  :: computer engineering (branch of engineering)
tietokonetekniikka {n}  :: computer technology
tietokonevirus {n} [computing]  :: virus, computer virus
tietolähde {n}  :: A source of information
tietoliikenne {n}  :: telecommunication
tietoniekka {n} [dated]  :: someone knowing remarkably much of something; a master of quiz
tietopankki {n}  :: A data bank
tietorakenne {n}  :: data structure
tietorikas {adj}  :: knowledgeable
tietosanakirja {n}  :: encyclopedia
tietosisältö {n}  :: data content
tietotaito {n}  :: know-how
tietotekniikka {n}  :: information technology
tietotekniikkaoikeus {n} [computing, law]  :: information technology law (branch of law)
tietotekniikkarikollisuus {n}  :: cybercrime (crime committed using a computer, usually over the internet)
tietotekniikkarikos {n}  :: cybercrime (criminal act committed using a computer, usually over the internet)
tietoteoria {n}  :: epistemology, theory of knowledge
tietotoimisto {n} [dated]  :: news agency
tietoturva {n}  :: data security
tietoturvauhka {n}  :: data security threat
tietotyöläinen {n}  :: A knowledge worker
tietotyöntekijä {n}  :: A knowledge worker
tietotyyppi {n}  :: datatype
tietoverkko {n}  :: data network
tietoviisas {n}  :: a whiz of quiz
tietoviisas {n}  :: [sarcastic or ironic] someone pretending to know remarkably much of something
tietovisa {n}  :: quiz
tietoyhteiskunta {n}  :: information society
tietsikka {n} [colloquial]  :: computer
tiettävästi {adv}  :: as far as is known, presumably
tietty {adj}  :: certain (having been determined but unspecified)
tietty {adj}  :: designated
tietty {adv} [dialectal, colloquial]  :: alternative form of tietenkin
tietue {n} [computing]  :: record (a set of data)
tietulli {n}  :: road toll
tietävä {v}  :: in the know (informed, aware)
tietyö {n}  :: Roadworks
tietynlainen {adj}  :: of certain type, of certain kind
tietyntyyppinen {adj}  :: of a certain kind, certain
tietysti {adv}  :: of course, naturally
tieverkosto {n}  :: road network
Tigris {prop}  :: Tigris
tiheä {adj}  :: dense, thick
tiheikkö {n}  :: thicket, copse
tiheä joukko {n} [mathematics]  :: dense set
tiheämpi {adj}  :: comparative of tiheä
tihentää {vt}  :: To make more dense or frequent
tihentyä {vi}  :: To become denser
tihentyä {vi}  :: To become more frequent (in time)
tiheästi {adv}  :: densely
tihetä {vi}  :: To become denser
tiheä virtsaaminen {n}  :: pollakiuria
tiheys {n}  :: density
tiheys {n}  :: frequency
tiheys {n}  :: rate
tihku {n}  :: drizzle (mist or sprinkle)
tihkua {v} [figuratively]  :: to exude
tihkua {v}  :: to percolate, seep
tihkuinen {adj}  :: drizzly
tihkuminen {n}  :: percolation, seepage (process by which a liquid leaks through a porous substance)
tihkusade {n}  :: A drizzle (light rain)
tihkusateinen {adj}  :: drizzly
tihkuta {vi}  :: To drizzle (light rain)
tihkuttaa {v}  :: to drizzle (to rain lightly)
tihkuttaa {v}  :: to exude (to discharge small quantities of a substance through pores or incisions)
tihu {n}  :: drizzle
tihuttaa {v}  :: To drizzle (to rain lightly)
tii {n} [golf]  :: tee (peg)
Tiia {prop}  :: given name. Popular in the end of the 20th century
tiiata {v}  :: to tee off (to hit the first shot of the hole, from the tee)
tiibet {n}  :: The Tibetan language
Tiibet {prop}  :: Tibet
tiibetiläinen {adj}  :: Tibetan
tiibetiläinen {n}  :: A Tibetan person
tiibetinhanhi {n}  :: bar-headed goose, Anser indicus
tiibetinmakaki {n}  :: Tibetan macaque, Macaca thibetana
tiibetinmastiffi {n}  :: Tibetan Mastiff
tiibetinspanieli {n}  :: Tibetan spaniel
tiibetinterrieri {n}  :: Tibetan terrier
tiibetinvesipäästäinen {n}  :: elegant water shrew (Nectogale elegans)
Tiihonen {prop}  :: surname
tiikeri {n}  :: tiger (Panthera tigris)
tiikerihai {n}  :: A requiem shark (any of the 52 species in the family 'Carcharhinidae')
tiikerihai {n}  :: A tiger shark, Galeocerdo cuvier
tiikerikakku {n}  :: marble cake
tiikerikissa {n}  :: oncilla, Leopardus tigrinus
tiikerilinsanki {n}  :: banded linsang, Prionodon linsang
tiikerinsilmä {n} [mineral]  :: tiger's eye
tiikeripussikissa {n}  :: spotted-tailed quoll, Dasyurops maculatus
tiikerisalamanteri {n}  :: tiger salamander
tiikki {n}  :: teak (timber or tree)
tiikoni {n}  :: tigon
tiilenpunainen {adj}  :: fire brick (of colour)
tiilenpunainen {n}  :: fire brick (colour)
tiili {n}  :: brick (construction block)
tiili {n}  :: brick (material)
tiili {n}  :: tile (used mostly of unglazed heavy tiles, such as roof tiles)
tiilihissi {n} [construction]  :: elevator designed for lifting construction materials on a construction site
Tiilikainen {prop}  :: surname
tiiliseinä {n}  :: brick wall (in both concrete and idiomatic sense)
tiiliskivi {n}  :: brick
tiiliskivi {n} [colloquial]  :: a very thick book
tiilitehdas {n}  :: brick factory
tiilittää {v} [computing]  :: to tile (to arrange tile-like objects in a regular pattern)
tiima {n} [archaic]  :: A moment
tiima {n} [archaic]  :: An hour
tiimalasi {n}  :: An hourglass
tiimalasivartalo {n}  :: hourglass figure
tiimi {n} [colloquial]  :: team
tiimityö {n} [colloquial]  :: teamwork
Tiina {prop}  :: given name
tiine {adj} [of animals]  :: pregnant
tiinehtiä {vi} [of animals]  :: To become pregnant
tiineys {n}  :: pregnancy, gestation, gravidity; especially of an animal
tiineysaika {n}  :: pregnancy, gestation, gravidity, period of pregnancy (period between conception and birth)
tiipii {n}  :: tipi
tiira {n}  :: tern (birds, mostly of the genus Sterna but also of Chlidonias and Phaetusa in the family Laridae - gulls and terns)
tiirailla {v}  :: to peer (to look with difficulty, or as if searching for something)
tiirikka {n}  :: lockpick
tiirikoida {v}  :: To pick a lock
tiirikointi {n}  :: lock picking
tiistai {n}  :: Tuesday
tiistaiaamu {n}  :: Tuesday morning
tiistai-ilta {n}  :: Tuesday evening
tiistainen {adj}  :: Pertaining to Tuesday
tiistaisin {adv}  :: On Tuesdays
tiisti {n} [archaic]  :: mongrel (dog of mixed breed)
Tiitinen {prop}  :: surname
Tiitus {prop}  :: given name
Tiitus {prop}  :: Titus [in older versions of the Bible]
tiiviö {n}  :: airtight container
tiiviimpi {adj}  :: comparative of tiivis
tiiviisti {adv}  :: closely
tiiviisti {adv}  :: densely
tiiviisti {adv}  :: tightly
tiivis {adj}  :: tight, compact, dense
tiivistää {v}  :: To seal (to close securely to prevent leakage)
tiivistää {v}  :: To squeeze up (to move closer together to make space for someone else.)
tiivistää {v}  :: To weatherstrip [US], draughtproof [British] (to apply a weatherstrip)
tiivistää {vt}  :: To condense (to decrease size or volume by concentration toward the essence)
tiiviste {n}  :: A concentrate
tiiviste {n}  :: A sealant
tiiviste {n}  :: A seal, gasket
tiiviste {n}  :: A weatherstrip
tiivistelmä {n}  :: summary, synopsis, compendium
tiivistenauha {n}  :: Any sealant supplied in the form of a strip
tiivistenauha {n}  :: A weatherstrip
tiivistyä {vi}  :: to condense
tiivistymisjuova {n}  :: condensation trail, contrail
tiivistymisvana {n}  :: condensation trail, contrail
tiivistysaine {n}  :: A sealant (sealing material)
tikahtua {vi}  :: to choke, especially of laughter (to be unable to breathe because of obstruction of the windpipe)
täikampa {n}  :: louse comb
tikanheitto {n} [countable]  :: The act of throwing a dart
tikanheitto {n} [rare]  :: synonym of darts
tikanheitto {n} [uncountable]  :: A simplified version of darts popular in Finland in which the board consists of concentric rings numbered from 1 to 10; also the darts are more robust than those used in the game of "darts"
tikankontti {n}  :: lady's slipper, slipper-orchid, Cypripedium calceolus
tikankonttikasvi {n}  :: lady's slipper, lady's slipper orchid (orchid in the subfamily Cypripedioideae)
tikapuut {n} [pluralonly]  :: ladder
tikarappuset {n}  :: synonym of tikapuut
tikaraput {n}  :: synonym of tikapuut
tikari {n}  :: A dagger (stabbing weapon)
tikasauto {n}  :: A ladder truck; a fire truck equipped with a rescue ladder
tikittää {vi}  :: to tick
tikitys {n}  :: tick, ticking (relatively quiet but sharp sound generally made repeatedly by moving machinery)
tikka {n}  :: dart (sharp-pointed missile used in the games of darts and tikanheitto)
tikka {n}  :: woodpecker (bird in the family Picidae)
tikkaat {n}  :: ladder
Tikkanen {prop}  :: surname
tikkari {n}  :: A lollipop
tikkataulu {n}  :: dartboard
tikkaus {n}  :: suture (seam formed by sewing two edges of skin together)
tikki {n} [card games]  :: trick
tikki {n}  :: stitch
tikkikangas {n}  :: quilted cloth (type of fabric)
tikku {n}  :: chip (of wood)
tikku {n}  :: sliver
tikku {n}  :: splinter
tikku {n}  :: stick
tikkua ristiin {phrase} [idiomatic, of work or effort, used with negation verb ei]  :: not anything, nothing
tikkukaramelli {n}  :: A lollipop
tikkukirjain {n}  :: A block letter, block capital
tikkunekku {n}  :: rock (confectionary made from sugar)
tikkuri {n} [archaic]  :: Old Finnish unit of amount; ten squirrel furs
tikku-ukko {n}  :: stick man, stick figure
tikli {n}  :: European goldfinch, (Carduelis carduelis)
täikärpänen {n}  :: ked (parasitic fly of the family Hippoboscidae)
tiäksä {interj} [slang]  :: you know
tikutaku {n}  :: chipmunk
tila {n}  :: A condition (state of an object, especially health status)
tila {n}  :: As a short form of maatila, a farm
tila {n}  :: A space (area or volume occupied by or intended for a person or thing)
tila {n}  :: A space (volume)
tila {n}  :: A state (condition or situation)
tila {n}  :: A stead (place or room which another person had, has, or might have)
tila {n}  :: room (space)
tilaaja {n}  :: subscriber
tila-auto {n}  :: minivan
tilaisuus {n}  :: occasion
tilaisuus {n}  :: opportunity (chance for advancement, progress or profit)
tilalla {postp}  :: in place of, instead, in lieu of
tilallinen {adj}  :: Having a farm
tilallinen {n}  :: An owner of a farm
tilanhoitaja {n}  :: A steward, estate manager, majordomo, caretaker, farm manager, farm superintendent (person in charge of managing a farm that belongs to someone else)
tilanne {n}  :: circumstances
tilanne {n}  :: occasion
tilanne {n}  :: position
tilanne {n}  :: situation
tilannetaju {n}  :: discretion, the ability to make circumspect decisions
tilapäinen {adj}  :: makeshift (made to work or suffice; improvised; substituted)
tilapäinen {adj}  :: occasional, casual (limited to certain occasion)
tilapäinen {adj}  :: temporary, provisional (limited in time)
tilapäisasumus {n}  :: temporary dwelling, tabernacle
tilapäisesti {adv}  :: temporarily
tilasto {n}  :: statistics (organized data)
tilastoida {v}  :: To compile statistics
tilastokeskus {n}  :: A national authority for collecting and compiling statistics on various fields of society and economy. The English terminology varies by country: see United States Census Bureau, Statistics Canada, Australian Bureau of Statistics, Office for National Statistics [UK]. The Finnish Tilastokeskus is officially Statistics Finland in English
tilastollinen {adj}  :: statistical
tilastomatematiikka {n}  :: mathematical statistics
tilastotiede {n} [sciences]  :: statistics
tilastotieteellinen {adj}  :: statistical
tilastotieteilijä {n}  :: statistician
tilata {v}  :: to order (to request some product or service)
tilata {v}  :: to sign up for (to agree to purchase some good or service)
tilata {v}  :: to subscribe to (a magazine etc.)
tilaus {n}  :: order (request for some product or service), subscription, booking, reservation
tilauskanta {n}  :: order backlog (orders for goods or services that are waiting to be fulfilled)
tilausnumero {n}  :: order number
tilausvahvistus {n}  :: confirmation of order
tilava {adj}  :: spacious, roomy
tilavampi {adj}  :: comparative of tilava
tilavasti {adv}  :: spaciously
tilavin {adj}  :: superlative of tilava
tilavuus {n}  :: Capacity
tilavuus {n}  :: Volume
tilavuusintegraali {n} [math]  :: volume integral
tilavuusyksikkö {n}  :: unit of volume
Tilda {prop}  :: given name, short form of Matilda
tilde {n}  :: tilde
tilhi {n}  :: Bohemian waxwing, Bombycilla garrulus
tili {n}  :: account
tilikausi {n} [accounting]  :: accounting period (the period with reference to which accounting books of an entity are prepared); usually synonymous to fiscal year
tilikirja {n}  :: ledger, account book
tilinauha {n}  :: payslip
tilinpäätös {n} [accounting]  :: financial statement (formal record of all relevant financial information of a business, person, or other entity)
tilintarkastaja {n}  :: auditor (one who audits bookkeeping accounts)
tilinumero {n}  :: account number
tilinylitys {n}  :: overdraft (act of overdrawing a bank account)
tilinylitys {n}  :: overdraft (amount overdrawn)
tiliote {n}  :: bank statement, account statement, statement of accounts (record of transactions and their effect on bank account balances)
tilisiirto {n}  :: wire transfer, account transfer, credit transfer, bank transfer
tilitoimisto {n}  :: firm of accountants, accounting company, accounting firm
tilittää {v}  :: to account for, account, report (to make or render a reckoning of funds, persons, or things)
tilittää {v}  :: to recount, reminisce (to relate in detail, especially to tell or narrate the particulars of one's life or some painful event)
tilivuosi {n} [accounting]  :: fiscal year, financial year, budget year (accounting period of twelve months usually, but not necessarily, coinciding with the calendar year)
tilke {n}  :: stuffing
tilkesana {n}  :: filled pause, filler word
tilkintä {n}  :: sealing, stuffing
tilkitä {vt}  :: to seal, stuff
tilkka {n}  :: A small amount of liquid; dribble, dash, drop
tilkku {n}  :: A piece of textile; patch, clout, swatch
tilkkutäkki {n}  :: patchwork quilt
tilli {n}  :: dill (Anethum graveolens, syn. Peucedanum graveolens)
tilliitti {n} [geology]  :: tillite
tilpehööri {n}  :: accessories, attachments
tilpehööri {n}  :: assorted goods, stuff, things
tilsa {n}  :: Snow that sticks, for example, to the hooves of a horse or the bottom of a ski
tiltaltti {n}  :: chiffchaff (Phylloscopus collybita)
tilus {n}  :: A piece of land
tiluttaa {v} [music, slang]  :: to shred (to play an instrument, especially guitar, very fast)
timali {n}  :: Old World wabbler, timaliid
timantti {n}  :: diamond (material)
timantti {n}  :: diamond (precious stone)
timanttihäät {n}  :: diamond wedding (60th wedding anniversary)
timanttikirjoahven {n}  :: African butterfly cichlid, Anomalochromis thomasi (cichlid fish native to West Africa, popular as aquarium fish)
timanttisormus {n}  :: diamond ring (finger ring with a diamond or diamonds)
timanttisormus {n}  :: diamond ring (optical phenomenon during a solar eclipse)
timanttitetra {n}  :: diamond tetra, Moenkhausia pittieri (characin fish native to Venezuela, popular as aquarium fish)
timanttitonkija {n}  :: whitespotted eartheater, Satanoperca leucosticta (cichlid fish native to South America, popular as aquarium fish)
timbaali {n} [musical instruments]  :: in plural (timbaalit) timbales (pair of tunable Latin American drums)
timbaali {n}  :: timbale (mould or dish)
timbaalit {n} [music]  :: timbales (pair of tunable single-headed, metal-shelled cylindrical drums, used in Latin American music)
Timbuktu {prop}  :: Timbuktu
Timi {prop}  :: given name
Timișoara {prop}  :: Timișoara
timjami {n}  :: thyme (as spice)
Timo {prop}  :: given name
Timonen {prop}  :: surname
timorinhirvi {n}  :: Javan rusa, Sunda sambar, Rusa timorensis (species of deer native to Java, Bali and Timor)
timotei {n}  :: timothy
Timoteus {prop}  :: Timothy [biblical character] or either Book of Timothy
timperi {n} [dialectal]  :: carpenter (carpentry person of any kind)
timpermanni {n} [dialectal]  :: carpenter
timpuri {n}  :: alternative form of timperi
timpurinkynä {n}  :: carpenter's pencil
timpurinsaha {n}  :: crosscut handsaw
tina {n}  :: pewter (tin alloy containing 85-99% tin plus copper and antimony, used e.g. for making tableware)
tina {n}  :: tin
tinakannu {n}  :: tin-pot
tinakivi {n} [mineral]  :: cassiterite
tinamalmi {n}  :: tin ore
tinami {n}  :: A tinamou
tinanvalanta {n}  :: molybdomancy (ancient form of divination by interpreting shapes formed when molten metal, typically lead or tin is dropped into water; now chiefly practised for fun on New Year's Eve)
tinanvalanta {n}  :: tin casting (act of casting objects of molten tin)
tinapilli {n} [musical instruments]  :: tin whistle
tinaseppä {n}  :: whitesmith, tinsmith
tinasotamies {n}  :: tin soldier
tinasotilas {n}  :: tin soldier
tinata {v}  :: to solder with tin
tinata {v}  :: to tin
tinata {v}  :: to tin-plate
tinattu {adj}  :: tinned, tin-plated
tinka {n}  :: quarrel
tinka {n}  :: shortage
tinkiä {v}  :: To bargain, haggle
tinki {n}  :: haggling
tinktuura {n}  :: tincture (alcoholic extract of plant material, used as a medicine)
tinktuuri {n} [heraldry]  :: tincture (colour or metal used in the depiction of a coat of arms)
tinktuuri {n} [rare]  :: tincture (alcoholic extract used as medicine)
tinneri {n}  :: paint thinner (volatile mixture of solvents used for thinning paint and cleaning paint brushes)
tinnitus {n}  :: tinnitus
tintti {n} [colloquial]  :: tit (bird)
Tintti {prop}  :: Tintin (comic book character)
töin tuskin {adv}  :: hardly
tiofeeni {n} [chemistry]  :: thiophene
tioli {n} [chemistry]  :: thiol
tiomersaali {n}  :: thimerosal
tionyylikloridi {n} [chemistry]  :: thionyl chloride
tiopentaali {n} [chemistry]  :: thiopental
tiosulfaatti {n} [chemistry]  :: thiosulfate
tiosyanaatti {n} [chemistry]  :: thiocyanate
tipahdella {vi} [frequentative]  :: To drop (over a period of time), keep dropping (one by one)
tipahtaa {v}  :: to drop off
tipahtaa {v}  :: to drop (once)
tippa {n}  :: A (least) bit, in the saying ei tippaakaan, "not a bit" or "not the least bit"
tippa {n}  :: drop
tippaakaan {adv} [colloquial, with a negation verb]  :: not a bit
tippaleipä {n}  :: funnel cake
tippi {n}  :: A tip (small amount of money)
tippua {vi}  :: to drop
tippukivi {n}  :: dripstone
tippuri {n} [disease]  :: Gonorrhea
tipsuttaa {vi}  :: to tiptoe
tipu {n}  :: any small bird
tipu {n}  :: chick, chicken (very young chick of hen, when still yellow with its natal down)
tipu {n}  :: chick (young of bird)
tipu {n} [colloquial]  :: chick (attractive young woman)
tipula {n} [informal]  :: girls' school
tiputella {vt} [frequentative]  :: To drop (repeatedly)
tiputtaa {vi}  :: to drip (to fall one drop at a time)
tiputtaa {vt} [informal]  :: to drop, down
tiputus {n} [medicine, colloquial]  :: intravenous therapy, drip (infusion of liquid substances directly into a vein)
tiputus {n}  :: the act of dripping
tiramisu {n}  :: tiramisu (dessert)
tirehtööri {n}  :: ringmaster
tiristä {vi}  :: To sizzle
tirkistelijä {n}  :: voyeur, peeping tom
tirkistellä {v}  :: to engage in voyeurism
tirkistellä {v}  :: to peek (to look with the eyes half closed, or through a crevice)
tirkistellä {v}  :: to peep (to look, while trying not to be seen or noticed)
tirkistely {n}  :: voyeurism (derivation of sexual satisfaction by watching people secretly)
Tiroli {prop}  :: Tyrol (mountainous region in Austria and Italy)
Tiroli {prop}  :: Tyrol (state in Austria)
tirri {n}  :: A small fish
tirsat {n} [colloquial]  :: nap
tiskaaja {n}  :: dishwasher (one who washes dishes)
tiskata {vt}  :: To wash (the dishes)
tiski {n} [colloquial]  :: dishes (dirty containers, utensils etc. to be washed after eating)
tiski {n}  :: counter
tiski {n}  :: desk
tiskiaine {n}  :: dishwashing liquid, detergent
tiskijukka {n}  :: disk jockey
tiskikone {n} [colloquial]  :: A dishwasher (machine)
tiskipöytä {n} [colloquial]  :: draining board
tiskirätti {n}  :: dishcloth (cloth used to wash dishes)
tiskivesi {n} [informal]  :: dishwater
tislaamo {n}  :: distillery
tislain {n}  :: distiller
tislata {vt}  :: To distill
tislattu {adj}  :: distilled, rectified
tislattu vesi {n}  :: distilled water
tisle {n}  :: distillment
tismalleen {adv} [colloquial]  :: precisely, to a tee
tissi {n} [colloquial]  :: tit, boob
tissutella {v}  :: To tipple (to drink regularly but not in excess)
tissuttaa {vi}  :: to tiptoe
tisu {n} [colloquial]  :: tit, teat
titaani {n} [Greek mythology]  :: A titan
titaani {n}  :: Titanium
titaanidioksidi {n}  :: titanium oxide
titaaninitridi {n} [chemistry]  :: titanium nitride
titaanioksidi {n}  :: titanium oxide
titaanitetrakloridi {n} [chemistry]  :: titanium tetrachloride
titaniitti {n}  :: titanite or sphene
Titta {prop}  :: given name of modern usage
titteli {n} [colloquial]  :: title (prefix or suffix added to name)
tituloida {vt}  :: To address
tiu {interj}  :: Imitation of a small bird's sound
tiu {n}  :: score (quantity of twenty pieces, used mainly of eggs)
tiuha {adj}  :: dense (e.g. forest)
tiuha {adj}  :: frequent
tiuhentaa {vt}  :: To increase frequency
tiukasti {adv}  :: tightly, fast
tiukempi {adj}  :: comparative of tiukka
tiukentaa {vt}  :: To make stricter
tiukentaa {vt}  :: To tighten
tiukentua {v}  :: alternative form of tiuketa
tiuketa {vi}  :: To tighten
tiukka {adj}  :: taut
tiukka {adj}  :: tight
tiukkapipoinen {adj} [slang]  :: straight-laced, prudish (having narrow views on moral matters)
tiukkua {vi}  :: To trickle
tiukkuus {n}  :: tightness
tiuku {n}  :: A small bell
tiuskahdella {vi} [frequentative]  :: To keep snapping (to say abruptly or sharply)
tiuskaista {vi}  :: to snap (to say abruptly or sharply)
tiuskia {vi} [frequentative]  :: to be snappy
tivata {vt} [+ ablative + partitive]  :: To ask (someone) tirelessly/persistently (about/for something), demand (from someone), press (someone for something)
tivata {vt}  :: To dun (someone = ablative, for a payment = partitive)
tivoli {n}  :: funfair
Tizian {prop}  :: Titian
tj {initialism}  :: CEO, MD
tj {initialism} [military slang]  :: Days left of military service
tjs. {initialism}  :: or something like that
tökerö {adj}  :: uncouth (unrefined, crude)
tökerösti {adv}  :: uncouthly
täkki {n} [nautical, slang]  :: deck
täkki {n}  :: quilt [US]; duvet, continental quilt [UK]; doona [Australia]
tökkiä {v}  :: to poke (repeatedly)
tökkäistä {vt}  :: To jab, poke (once)
tökkäys {n}  :: jab (quick stab)
täkäläinen {adj}  :: local (referring to here)
täkänä {n} [textiles]  :: double-weave
tökätä {v} [internet]  :: to poke
tökätä {v}  :: to poke, jab
tökötti {n} [colloquial]  :: slime, ooze, goo
tökötti {n} [dated]  :: birch tar
täky {n}  :: bait
tl {abbr}  :: tsp (teaspoon as a unit of measure)
tölkinavaaja {n}  :: can opener, tin opener
tölkki {n}  :: can, tin, carton (small container of hard or stiff material)
tölkkiolut {n}  :: canned beer
täällä {adv}  :: over here (in this place)
täällä {adv}  :: [static] here (around)
tällä {pron}  :: at this, on this; with this
töllö {n} [colloquial]  :: TV, telly
tällainen {adj}  :: this kind of
tällä erää {adv}  :: for now (at the moment; until later)
tällä haavaa {adv}  :: for now (at the moment; until later)
tällä hetkellä {adv}  :: at the moment, currently (at this moment; right now)
tällä hetkellä {adv}  :: nowadays (at the present time)
tölli {n}  :: cottage, house
tällöin {adv}  :: now, then, at this time
tällätä {vt}  :: To deck
töllötin {n} [colloquial]  :: boob tube (television set)
töllöttää {v} [colloquial]  :: To ogle
täältä {adv}  :: from here
tältä osin {phrase}  :: for this part (as far as this specific issue is concerned)
täältä pesee {phrase}  :: catch it, get it (used primarily as interjection to show readiness to deliver a response or to fight)
täältä pesee {phrase}  :: definitely, certainly, you bet (used to strengthen a positive response to a request for action)
töltti {n}  :: tölt, tolt (type of horse's gait)
T-luupihvi {n}  :: T-bone steak
tämä {pron} [demonstrative]  :: this
tömähtää {vi}  :: To thump, thud
töminä {n}  :: thud, clump (low noise)
tömistellä {vt} [frequentative]  :: To stomp (ground, floor)
tömäkkä {adj}  :: assertive
tömäkkä {adj}  :: robust
tämmöinen {pron} [dialectal]  :: this kind of
tämän {pron} [accusative]  :: this (direct object):
tämän {pron}  :: (genitive) of this:
tämänaamuinen {adj}  :: Occurring on this morning
tämänhetkinen {adj}  :: Occurring now; current, actual
tämäniltainen {adj}  :: Occurring on this evening
tämänkaltainen {adj}  :: this kind of
tämänkertainen {adj}  :: taking place this time
tämänkesäinen {adj}  :: Occurring in this summer
tämänkeväinen {adj}  :: Occurring on this spring
tämänpäiväinen {adj}  :: Occurring today
tämänsyksyinen {adj}  :: Occurring on this autumn, fall
tämän takia {phrase}  :: because of this, due to this, this is why
tämäntalvinen {adj}  :: Occurring on this winter
tämäntyyppinen {adj}  :: this type of, this kind of
tämänviikkoinen {adj}  :: Occurring on this week
tämän vuoksi {phrase}  :: because of this
tämänvuotinen {adj}  :: This year's
tämä päivä {n} [literally]  :: this day, present day
tämä päivä {n}  :: Used in certain cases adverbially and adjectivally in the sense current time as a wider concept:
tönö {n}  :: A shack
töniä {vi}  :: To push, shove, jostle (people physically, for example in a line)
tönäistä {vt}  :: To nudge
tänään {adv}  :: today
tänne {adv}  :: here (to this place), hither
tännepäin {adv}  :: this way, here, toward me (towards the direction of the speaker)
to {abbr}  :: Thu (abbreviation of Thursday)
toaletti {n}  :: toilet, water closet
toalettipaperi {n}  :: toilet paper, bathroom tissue
toccata {n} [music]  :: toccata
todella {adv}  :: really
todellinen {adj}  :: actual
todellinen {adj}  :: real
todellisempi {adj}  :: comparative of todellinen
todellisin {adj}  :: superlative of todellinen
todellisuus {n}  :: reality
todellisuustelevisio {n}  :: synonym of tosi-tv
todenmukainen {adj}  :: realistic
todenmukainen {adj}  :: truthful
todenmukaisesti {adv}  :: realistically
todenmukaisesti {adv}  :: truthfully
todenmukaisuus {n}  :: veracity, truthfulness
todennäköinen {adj}  :: likely, probable
todennäköisempi {adj}  :: comparative of todennäköinen
todennäköisesti {adv}  :: probably, likely
todennäköisyys {n}  :: probability, likelihood, odds
todennäköisyysharkinta {n}  :: balance of probabilities
todennäköisyysjakauma {n} [mathematics]  :: probability distribution
todennäköisyyslaskelma {n}  :: probability calculation (result of calculating probability)
todennäköisyyslaskenta {n} [math]  :: probability calculus
todennäköisyyspaperi {n}  :: probability paper
todennus {n}  :: authentication
todentaa {vt}  :: to authenticate
todentua {vi}  :: To be realized (become real)
toden tullen {adv}  :: if push comes to shove
todeta {vt}  :: To diagnose
todeta {vt}  :: To notice, discover, find (out)
todeta {vt}  :: To state, note
todistaa {vi} [legal]  :: To testify, depose, take the stand
todistaa {vt} [+ genitive-accusative]  :: To prove, demonstrate, substantiate
todistaa {vt} [+ genitive-accusative]  :: To witness, give/bear witness to, testify to, attest to; (religiously) to give a testimonial of/to
todistaja {n} [figuratively]  :: witness
todistaja {n} [legal]  :: witness
todistajanlausunto {n} [legal]  :: testimony; deposition
todistamaton {adj}  :: unproved
todiste {n}  :: A piece of evidence; in plural (todisteet) evidence (both in legal contexts and elsewhere)
todistua {vi}  :: To become proven
todistuksen maja {n}  :: tabernacle (tent)
todistus {n}  :: certificate
todistus {n}  :: diploma, report card
todistus {n} [mathematics]  :: proof
todistusaineisto {n}  :: evidence
todistuskappale {n}  :: A piece of evidence, exhibit
todistustaakka {n} [legal]  :: burden of proof
toe {n} [rare]  :: A small dam, usually made of logs
toeta {v} [obsolete]  :: To be able to
toeta {v} [rare]  :: To build a toe
toeta {v}  :: To calm down, abate, subside
toffee {n}  :: toffee
toffeekastike {n}  :: butterscotch (sauce)
toffeeomena {n}  :: candy apple [US], toffee apple [UK] (aple dipped in toffee)
tofujäätelö {n}  :: tofu ice cream
toga {n}  :: alternative form of tooga
Togo {prop}  :: Togo
tohelo {n}  :: A lummox
toheloida {v} [informal]  :: to bungle, botch up (to mess up)
tohina {n}  :: A fuss, hassle (excessive activity, worry, bother, or talk about something)
tohina {n}  :: A kind of low-pitch noise, like the sound of a welding flame or of a lively burning gas burner
tohkeissaan {adv}  :: enthusiastic, enthusiastically, excited, excitedly, [colloquially] jazzed up (about = elative)
Tohmajärvi {prop}  :: A municipality in the region of North Karelia
tohtia {vt} [auxiliary, + infinitive]  :: To can bring oneself (to do), dare ((to) do), venture (to do), have the nerve (to do)
tohtori {n}  :: doctor (degree)
tohtori {n} [informal]  :: physician
tohtorikoulu {n}  :: graduate school
tohtorinväitöskirja {n}  :: doctoral thesis
tohtoroida {v}  :: To doctor
tohveli {n}  :: slipper (shoe)
tohvelieläin {n}  :: paramecium, slipper animalcule (any animal of the genus Paramecium)
Toijala {prop}  :: A former town in the region of Pirkanmaa, now part of Akaa and its largest population center
toiletti {n}  :: toilet
toim. {abbr}  :: ed., eds. (editor, editors)
toim. {abbr}  :: In toim.joht., executive
toim {abbr}  :: See: toim.
toimeenpano {n}  :: execution (act of executing a decision or the state of being executed)
toimeenpano {n}  :: execution (process of carrying a court decision, contract, will etc. into effect)
toimeenpano {n}  :: implementation
toimeenpanovalta {n}  :: executive branch
toimeenpanovalta {n}  :: executive power
toimeentulo {n}  :: A livelihood, subsistence or living (means of supporting oneself)
toimeentulotuki {n}  :: income support [UK], supplementary benefit [UK 1966 to 1988]
toimekas {adj}  :: energetic
toimeksianto {n}  :: assignment (act of assigning, or an assigned task)
toimeksianto {n}  :: order
toimelias {adj}  :: energetic
toimenkuva {n}  :: job description
toimenpide {n}  :: action
toimenpide {n}  :: intervention
toimenpide {n}  :: measure
toimenpide {n}  :: operation
toimenpide {n}  :: procedure
toimesta {postp}  :: by, at the hands of (by the actions of)
toimeton {adj}  :: idle, unoccupied
toimettomuus {n}  :: inaction, idleness, inertness
toimi {n}  :: action measure
toimi {n}  :: chore, task, job, duty
toimi {n} [plural only]  :: activities, business, operations, affairs, action
toimi {n}  :: post, job, position
toimi {n}  :: service (in compounds, branch of government, e.g. pelastustoimi)
Toimi {prop}  :: given name
toimia {v}  :: to be powered (by = adessive)
toimia {v}  :: to serve, act, work (as = essive)
toimia {v}  :: to work, function, run (to act as intended, to be in action)
toimiaika {n}  :: term of office
toimiala {n}  :: (branch of) industry, branch (of business), (industrial) sector, line of business, trade (businesses of the same type, considered as a whole)
toimielin {n} [mechanics]  :: actuator (device that actuates)
toimielin {n}  :: organ (body of an organization dedicated to performing of certain functions)
toimihenkilö {n}  :: official, clerk
toimija {n}  :: actor, agent
toimikas {n}  :: twill (pattern created by the way threads are passed over and under each other during weaving)
toimikausi {n}  :: term
toimikunta {n}  :: task force, working group, committee
toimilupa {n}  :: concession, franchise (permission to run a regulated business, exploit a natural resource etc.)
toiminimi {n} [accounting, economics, business, legal]  :: sole trader, sole proprietor (type of business enterprise or proprietorship)
toiminimi {n}  :: trade name (name under which a business or firm operates)
toiminnallinen {n} [business, accounting, finance]  :: active
toiminnallinen {n}  :: functional
toiminnallisuus {n} [computing]  :: functionality (ability of a programme or device to perform a task or function)
toiminnanharjoittaja {n} [legal]  :: A natural or juristic person who has the control of the facility he operates
toiminnanjohtaja {n}  :: A leading executive position in a non-profit organization. English terms for corresponding position include CEO, secretary-general
toiminne {n}  :: feature (capability)
toiminta {n}  :: action, activity
toiminta-aika {n}  :: operating time
toiminta-alue {n}  :: sphere (region in which something or someone is active)
toimintaedellytys {n}  :: prerequisite for operation
toimintaelokuva {n}  :: action movie
toimintakalenteri {n}  :: calendar (a list of planned events)
toimintakyky {n}  :: performance (ability to function)
toimintakyvytön {adj}  :: deactivated, disabled (made incapable of performing its normal function)
toimintakyvytön {adj}  :: inoperable, inoperative (incapable of correct operation or function)
toimintalinja {n}  :: course of action
toimintamalli {n}  :: operating model (abstract representation of how an organization operates)
toimintaperiaate {n}  :: A policy, as a prudent or instructed course of action
toimintaperiaate {n}  :: A principle, as a basic idea of how the laws of nature are applied to produce a desired result or action
toimintapiiri {n}  :: synonym of toiminta-alue
toimintasäde {n}  :: range, reach (of activity)
toimintasuunnitelma {n}  :: action plan
toimintatapa {n}  :: way of acting
toimintaterapeutti {n}  :: occupational therapist
toimintaterapia {n}  :: occupational therapy
toimintaympäristö {n}  :: operational environment
toiminto {n}  :: feature [capability]
toiminto {n}  :: function
toimipaikka {n}  :: place of business (factory, shop, office or other establishment controlled by a firm, in which it conducts its business)
toimipiste {n}  :: office, agency
toimipiste {n}  :: outlet
toimipiste {n}  :: place of business
toimisto {n}  :: office (building or room where clerical or professional duties are performed; the staff performing those duties)
toimistoaika {n}  :: office hours
toimistotarvike {n}  :: office supply, office accessory, office appliance; used often in plural as mass noun
toimistotyö {n}  :: office work, desk work
toimistotyöaika {n}  :: office hours
toimistotyöntekijä {n}  :: office worker, clerical employee
toimitalo {n}  :: office building
toimite {n}  :: publication
toimitila {n}  :: business premises
toimitsija {n}  :: agent
toimittaa {v}  :: To copy edit (a text)
toimittaa {v}  :: To edit (a book, a magazine)
toimittaa {v}  :: To hold, conduct, perform, preside at
toimittaa {v}  :: To send, deliver, take, get, fetch; to give (someone = allative, something = genitive-accusative), supply/provide (someone = illative or allative, with something = genitive-accusative)
toimittaja {n}  :: A reporter, journalist, editor
toimittaja {n}  :: A supplier, vendor
toimitus {n}  :: action or performance; the act of performing something (often ritual or unusual)
toimitus {n}  :: churchy ceremony
toimitus {n}  :: delivery, dispatch
toimitus {n}  :: editing office
toimitus {n}  :: editorial staff
toimitus {n}  :: (law) proceedings
toimitusaika {n}  :: delivery time
toimitusjohtaja {n}  :: chief executive officer, CEO (in large companies)
toimitusjohtaja {n}  :: managing director, executive director
toimitusketju {n} [logistics]  :: supply chain
toimituslauseke {n} [international trade]  :: Incoterm
toimitusvarmuus {n}  :: reliability of delivery
toimiva {adj}  :: working
toimivalta {n}  :: jurisdiction (the power, right, or authority to interpret and apply the law)
toimivaltainen {adj} [legal]  :: competent (having jurisdiction or authority over a particular issue or question)
toimivuus {n}  :: operability (extent to which a system or device is operable)
toim.joht. {abbr}  :: toimitusjohtaja
toinen {adj} [ordinal]  :: the second, abbreviation 2., in the names of monarchs and popes II
toinen {pron} [indefinite]  :: other, another
toinen {pron}  :: In plural [toiset] the others, other ones
toinenkolmatta {adj} [archaic, ordinal]  :: twenty-second
toinen kotimainen {n}  :: Finnish (language, from the perspective of Swedish-speaking Finns)
toinen kotimainen {n}  :: Swedish (language, from the perspective of Finnish-speaking Finns)
toinen maailmansota {n}  :: The Second World War, World War II
toinen sunnuntai ennen paastonaikaa {n}  :: Sexagesima (Sunday two weeks before Lent)
Toini {prop}  :: given name
tointua {vi}  :: To regain consciousness
toipilas {n}  :: A convalescent
toipilasaika {n}  :: convalescence [period of time]
toipua {vi}  :: to recover, recuperate, convalesce
toipuminen {n}  :: convalescence (gradual healing after illness or injury)
toipumisaika {n}  :: recovery time
toipuva {adj}  :: convalescent (recovering one's health and strength after a period of illness)
toipuva {adj}  :: recovering (being in the process of recovery)
toisaalla {adv}  :: elsewhere
toisaalta {adv}  :: on the other hand, then
toisarvoinen {adj}  :: secondary
toiseksi {adv}  :: secondly, for the second (in the second place)
toiseksi viimeinen {adj}  :: penultimate, next to last, second-to-last, second last
toisen asteen palovamma {n}  :: second-degree burn
toisenlainen {adj}  :: of another kind; different
toisensa {pron} [indefinite]  :: [they ...] each other, one another
toisensa jälkeen {phrase}  :: after another
toisenvarainen {adj}  :: heterotrophic
toiseus {n}  :: otherness, differentness (esp. from a cultural norm)
toiseuttaminen {n} [psychology]  :: othering
toisin {adv}  :: otherwise, differently
toisinaan {adv}  :: sometimes, occasionally
toisinajattelija {n}  :: dissenter
toisinajattelija {n}  :: dissident
toisinajattelu {n}  :: dissent, dissidence
toisinpäin {adv}  :: the other way around, vice versa
toisin sanoen {conj}  :: in other words
toisin sanoen {conj}  :: that is, that is to say
toisintaa {vt}  :: To reproduce (to produce a copy)
toisiopalvelin {n} [computing]  :: mirror server
toispuolinen {adj}  :: lopsided
toissa {adv}  :: Denotes the period before last
toissa päivä {n}  :: day before yesterday
toissapäivä {n}  :: Common misspelling of toissa päivä
toissapäiväinen {adj}  :: of the day before yesterday; nudiustertian [archaic]
toissa päivänä {adv}  :: the day before yesterday
toissijainen {adj}  :: secondary
toissijaisesti {adv}  :: secondarily
-toista {suffix}  :: -teen (used to form numbers from 13 to 19)
toistaa {vt}  :: to repeat, reiterate
toistaiseksi {adv}  :: for the time being (temporarily; until later)
toistaiseksi {adv}  :: indefinitely
toistaiseksi {adv}  :: so far
toistaiseksi voimassa oleva {phrase} [legal, idiomatic]  :: permanent; especially of employment contract or other contract which is valid until further notice
toistakymmentä {num}  :: more than ten (but usually less than fifteen)
toistamiseen {adv}  :: again
toiste {adv}  :: Another time; again
toiste {n} [rare]  :: Something repeated
toisto {n} [fencing]  :: renewal, redoublement (renewal of an attack that missed, was short, or was parried)
toisto {n}  :: repetition
toisto {n}  :: tautology
toistokyky {n} [audio]  :: fidelity
toistomerkki {n}  :: A traffic sign installed for the purpose of reminding the drivers of the continuing validity of an earlier sign
toistomerkki {n}  :: ditto mark
toistua {vi}  :: To recur (happen again)
toistua {vi}  :: To repeat itself
toistuva {adj}  :: repeating, repetitive, recurrent
toistuvasti {adv}  :: repeatedly
toitottaa {v}  :: to honk (to make a sound like a goose)
toitottaa {v}  :: to trumpet, bugle (to announce, sing, or cry in the manner of a musical bugle)
Toivanen {prop}  :: surname
toive {n}  :: wish
toiveajattelu {n}  :: wishful thinking
toiveikas {adj}  :: hopeful
toiveikkaasti {adv}  :: hopefully (in a hopeful manner)
toiviomatka {n}  :: pilgrimage
toiviomatkalainen {n}  :: pilgrim
toivioretkeläinen {n}  :: pilgrim
toivioretki {n}  :: pilgrimage
toivo {n}  :: hope
Toivo {prop}  :: given name
toivoa {vt}  :: To hope for, wish
toivomus {n}  :: wish
toivomuskaivo {n}  :: wishing well
toivomusluu {n} [anatomy]  :: wishbone
Toivonen {prop}  :: surname
toivonkipinä {n}  :: A spark of hope
toivoton {adj}  :: desperate
toivoton {adj}  :: futile
toivoton {adj}  :: hopeless
toivottaa {vt}  :: To bid (to utter a greeting)
toivottaa {vt}  :: To wish (to bestow a thought)
toivottava {adj}  :: desirable, advisable
toivottavasti {adv}  :: hopefully, it is hoped that
toivottomasti {adv}  :: hopelessly
toivottomuus {n}  :: hopelessness
toka {adj} [colloquial]  :: second
toka {n} [colloquial]  :: runner-up
toka {num} [colloquial]  :: second (e.g. position)
tokaari {n}  :: Tocharian (extinct language)
tokaari {n}  :: Tocharian (speaker of that language)
tokaarilainen {adj}  :: Tocharian (of or pertaining to Tocharian language or the Tocharians)
tokaista {vi} [colloquial]  :: to blurt, to blurt out
tokaisu {n}  :: blurt (sudden and unadvised utterance)
tokaji {n}  :: tokay (Hungarian dessert wine)
tokajinviini {n}  :: Alternative term for tokaji
tokaluokkalainen {n}  :: second-grader
tokari {n} [colloquial]  :: report card
tokeegekko {n}  :: tokay gecko, Gekko gecko (species of gecko native to Southeast Asia)
tokelau {n}  :: Tokelauan (language)
Tokelau {prop}  :: Tokelau
tokelaunkielinen {adj}  :: Tokelauan (expressed in Tokelauan language)
tokelaunkielinen {adj}  :: Tokelauan-speaking
toki {adv}  :: sure, certainly
toki {interj}  :: certainly, by all means, sure
Tokio {prop}  :: Tokyo
tokiolainen {adj}  :: Tokyoite (relating to Tokyo)
tokiolainen {n}  :: Tokyoite (someone from Tokyo)
tokiponankielinen {adj}  :: Toki Pona (expressed in Toki Pona language)
tokiponankielinen {adj}  :: Toki Pona-speaking
tokka {n}  :: A herd, especially of reindeer
tokko {adv}  :: I don't think, hardly; used to express doubt, often with softening clitic -pa or -han
tokko {conj} [archaic]  :: if, whether; used to begin an indirect question
tokko {n}  :: goby (fish of the genus Gobius)
tokkopa {adv}  :: I don't think, hardly; used to express doubt
tokkura {n}  :: stupor
tokkurainen {adj}  :: groggy
tokoferoli {n} [organic chemistry]  :: tocopherol
toksemia {n}  :: toxemia
toksiini {n} [biology]  :: toxin
toksikologia {n}  :: toxicology
toksinen {adj}  :: toxic
toksinen šokkioireyhtymä {n} [pathology]  :: toxic shock syndrome
toksinen sokkioireyhtymä {n}  :: alternative spelling of toksinen šokkioireyhtymä
toksisuus {n}  :: toxicity
tola {n} [archaic]  :: A track or trail, especially a skiing track
tola {n} [idiomatic]  :: state of affairs, track
tolaltaan {adv}  :: out of one's mind, out of one's right mind
toleranssi {n}  :: tolerance
toleranssiraja {n}  :: tolerance limit
tolerantti {adj}  :: tolerant
toliini {n} [chemistry]  :: tholin
Toljatti {prop}  :: Tolyatti
toljottaa {v}  :: To goggle
tolkku {n}  :: sense
tollanen {adj}  :: that kind of
tollo {adj}  :: moron, dumbass, goof, fool
tollo {n}  :: A piece of paper wrinkled and squeezed into a ball, as for throwing away
Tolonen {prop}  :: surname
tolppa {n} [ballgames]  :: short of maalitolppa
tolppa {n}  :: bollard (post preventing vehicle access to a pedestrian area etc.)
tolppa {n}  :: post, pole, stilt (long piece of heavy timber or other material protruding out of ground)
tolppa {n} [slang, colloquial]  :: 12-pack of beer
tolppa {n} [slang, colloquial]  :: taxicab stand
tolteekki {n}  :: A Toltec
toltti {n} [archaic]  :: A dozen (a quantity of 12, used mainly of boards)
tolueeni {n} [organic compound]  :: toluene
tolueenidi-isosyanaatti {n} [chemistry]  :: toluene diisocyanate
tolvana {n}  :: ignoramus, nincompoop, blockhead
Tolvanen {prop}  :: surname
tomaatti {n}  :: tomato
tomaattihapero {n}  :: A brittlegill, Russula persicina
tomaattikastike {n}  :: tomato sauce
tomaattikeitto {n}  :: tomato soup
tomaattimehu {n}  :: tomato juice
tomaattipyree {n}  :: tomato purée, tomato paste
tomaattisalaatti {n}  :: tomato salad
tomaattisose {n}  :: tomato purée, tomato mash, tomato paste
tomera {adj}  :: brisk, energetic, saucy
Tomi {prop}  :: given name
Tommi {prop}  :: given name
tommoinen {adj} [colloquial]  :: that kind of
tommonen {adj}  :: that kind of
tomografi {n}  :: tomograph
tomografia {n} [medicine]  :: tomography
tompakki {n}  :: tombac (brass alloy)
tomppeli {n}  :: dumbledore (blundering person)
tomppeli {n}  :: ignoramus (dumb person)
tomu {n}  :: ashes or remains (the remains of a person)
tomu {n}  :: dust (very fine particles of a solid substance)
tomu {n} [religion]  :: In Biblical speech, earth or soil
tomuhiukkanen {n}  :: dust particle
tomuinen {adj}  :: dusty
tomumaja {n} [Christianity]  :: tabernacle (human body as the temporary abode of the soul)
tomusokeri {n}  :: powdered sugar, icing sugar or confectioners' sugar
tomuttaa {v}  :: to dust
-ton {suffix}  :: Indicates lack of something; -less
tonaalinen {adj}  :: tonal
tonaalisesti {adv}  :: tonally
tonaalisuus {n}  :: tonality
Tonava {prop}  :: Danube
tonetti {n} [musical instruments]  :: tonette
tonga {prop}  :: Tongan (language)
Tonga {prop}  :: Tonga
tongalainen {adj}  :: Tongan (of or pertaining to Tonga)
tongalainen {n}  :: Tongan (person from Tonga or of Tongan descent)
tonget {n} [pluralonly, dialectal]  :: alternative form of tongit (tool)
tongit {n}  :: pliers
Toni {prop}  :: given name
tonkia {v}  :: To dig (to research a particular subject, especially a suspicious case)
tonkia {v}  :: To grub (to dig in search of something, as e.g. a pig does to find food)
tonkia {v}  :: To scavenge (to search through unwanted material for useful material)
tonne {adv} [colloquial, of movement]  :: there (when the speaker points at the place):
tonni {n}  :: A metric ton
tonni {n} [colloquial]  :: grand (One thousand units of currency)
tonnikala {n}  :: A tuna
tonsilla {n} [anatomy]  :: tonsil
tonsilliitti {n}  :: tonsillitis
tonsuuri {n}  :: tonsure
tontti {n}  :: parcel, plot, property
tonttu {n}  :: A fool (person with poor judgment or little intelligence)
tonttu {n}  :: An elf (Santa's helper)
tonttu {n} [folklore]  :: A miniature mythical humanoid creature believed to live in the forests and in or near people's dwellings, similar to an elf or gnome
tooga {n}  :: A toga
tooni {n} [linguistics]  :: tone
toonika {n} [music]  :: The tonic
toonimerkki {n}  :: tone mark
toope {n}  :: A moron, rock, dumbass, bugger, goof, dork, nincompoop, dolt, dumbbell etc. (an unintelligent person)
toora {n}  :: Torah (Five Books of Moses)
toora {n}  :: Torah (Jewish law)
toosa {n}  :: A small box or container made of metal, plastic or cardboard etc
toosa {n} [colloquial]  :: A (poor) machine
toosa {n} [colloquial]  :: A TV set or radio
toosa {n} [vulgar]  :: vagina
topaasi {n} [mineral]  :: topaz
topakka {adj}  :: gutsy, plucky, saucy
topata {v} [dialectal]  :: To stop
topata {v}  :: To bundle (to dress someone warmly)
topata {v}  :: To quilt
topata {v}  :: To stuff, pad (to line with soft material)
topi {n}  :: common tsessebe, Damaliscus lunatus
Topi {prop}  :: given name
Topias {prop}  :: given name
topografia {n}  :: topography
topografinen {adj}  :: topographic
topografisesti {adv}  :: topographically
topologia {n} [mathematics]  :: topology
topologinen {adj}  :: topological
topologinen avaruus {n} [mathematics]  :: topological space
toponomastiikka {n} [linguistics]  :: toponymy, toponomastics (lexicological study of place names)
toponyymi {n} [linguistics]  :: toponym (word derived from a placename)
toppakangas {n}  :: Fabric consisting of two, usually thin, often wind- or water-resistant sheets of fabric with padding between them, used e.g. in winter sports clothing
toppapuku {n}  :: snowsuit
toppi {n}  :: A top (garment)
toppi {n} [colloquial]  :: A halt (permanent cessation)
toppi {n} [colloquial]  :: A stop (action of stopping; interruption of travel)
toppi {n} [nautical]  :: A top (masthead)
Tor {prop} [Norse mythology]  :: Thor
tora {n}  :: quarrel
torahammas {n}  :: fang
torailla {vi}  :: To quarrel
torailu {n}  :: quarreling
toraisa {adj}  :: quarrelsome
torajyvä {n}  :: ergot
torakka {n}  :: cockroach
toreadori {n} [bullfighting]  :: toreador
tori {n}  :: forum (town square or market place in a Roman town)
tori {n}  :: market, market square (city square or other place where traders set up stalls and buyers browse the merchandise)
tori {n}  :: town square
torikammo {n}  :: agoraphobia
torikauhu {n}  :: agoraphobia
Torino {prop}  :: Turin (town)
torium {n}  :: thorium
torjua {v} [sports]  :: to save (to catch or deflect a shot at goal)
torjua {v}  :: to defend successfully, ward off an attack, tackle
torjua {v}  :: to reject, rebuff (for example, a proposal)
torjua {v}  :: to tackle; especially a negative phenomenon
torjua {v}  :: to turn down, defy, scorn
torjuminen {n}  :: refusal, denial
torjunta {n}  :: foiling of an attack; prevention, block, intercept, parrying etc
torjunta {n}  :: prevention
torjunta {n} [sports]  :: save (block that prevents an opponent from scoring)
torjunta-aine {n}  :: pesticide
torjuntahävittäjä {n} [military]  :: An interceptor (fighter aircraft)
torke {n}  :: The state of mind preceding sleep
torkkua {v}  :: to snooze, doze, drowse
torkkuja {n}  :: sleeper goby (fish of the family Eleotridae)
torkkuja {n}  :: snoozer, dozer, drowser
tornado {n}  :: tornado
torni {n} [chess]  :: rook
torni {n}  :: spire (tapering body that shoots up or out to a point in a conical or pyramidal form)
torni {n}  :: tower
torninosturi {n} [construction]  :: tower crane (type of crane in which a jib rotates on top of a mast; typically used on construction sites)
Tornio {prop}  :: A town in the region of Lapland_(Finland), Finland
tornionlaaksonsuomi {n}  :: Meänkieli
tornipöllö {n}  :: barn owl (Tyto alba)
tornittaa {v} [chess]  :: To castle
tornitus {n} [chess]  :: A castling
toroidi {n}  :: toroid
torpedo {n}  :: torpedo (self-propelled cylindrical explosive projectile that can travel underwater)
torpedoida {v} [figuratively]  :: to undermine, torpedo
torpedoida {v}  :: to torpedo
torppa {n}  :: A house on such farm
torppa {n}  :: cottage (small farmhouse)
torppa {n} [historical, Sweden and Finland from 17th to early 20th century]  :: copyhold (farm, part of a larger farm or manor, the rent of which was paid through work on the owner's land and sometimes with produce)
torppari {n} [figuratively, ironic]  :: By extension, any person who is in a long-term relation in which he/she feels that the best part of his work goes to the benefit of someone else
torppari {n} [historical]  :: copyholder (tenant of a farm who paid his rent by working for the landlord, and earned his own living mainly from the rented land)
torpparius {n}  :: socage, burgage (form of land tenure)
torrakko {n} [colloquial]  :: gun
torri {n}  :: torr (non-SI unit of pressure, equal to 1/760 of standard atmospheric pressure)
torsio {n} [physics]  :: torsion (twisting or wrenching of a body by the exertion of a lateral force tending to turn one end or part of it about a longitudinal axis, while the other is held fast or turned in the opposite direction)
torso {n} [colloquial]  :: loser
torso {n}  :: torso
torstai {n}  :: Thursday
torstaiaamu {n}  :: Thursday morning
torstai-ilta {n}  :: Thursday evening
torstainen {adj}  :: Pertaining to Thursday
torstaisin {adv}  :: On Thursdays
Torsti {prop}  :: given name
tortilla {n}  :: tortilla
torttu {n} [colloquial]  :: turd (piece of excrement)
torttu {n}  :: tart, pie (type of pastry)
torua {v}  :: to scold, rebuke
torus {n} [topology]  :: torus
torut {n}  :: reprimand
torvi {n}  :: A horn (e.g. a musical instrument)
torvi {n}  :: A tube or pipe, especially one that widens in one end
torvi {n} [colloquial]  :: A stupid person
torvijäkälä {n}  :: cup lichen
Torvinen {prop}  :: surname
torvisoittokunta {n}  :: marching band, brass band
torvivoirousku {n}  :: A milk-cap, Lactarius auriolla
tosa {n}  :: tosa (Japanese breed of fighting dog)
tosi {adj}  :: Real, serious
tosi {adj}  :: True
tosi {adv}  :: really, very
tosi {n}  :: The truth, reality, the real thing
tosiaan {adv}  :: indeed, all right
tosiasia {n}  :: a fact
tosiasiallinen {adj}  :: factual
tosiasiallisesti {adv}  :: factually, in fact
tosielämä {n}  :: real life (life outside of a contrived or fantastical environment)
tosikertomus {n}  :: true story
tosikko {n}  :: A humourless person
tosin {adv}  :: although
tosin {adv}  :: however
tosio {n}  :: fact
tosipohjoinen {n}  :: true north
tosiseikka {n}  :: datum, fact
tosissaan {adv}  :: Serious(ly), in earnest (about something = genitive + suhteen)
tosissani {adv}  :: The adverb tosissaan with the 1st person singular possessive suffix -ni
tosissasi {adv}  :: The adverb tosissaan with the 2nd person singular possessive suffix -si
tositapa {n} [grammar]  :: indicative mood
tosite {n}  :: voucher
tositelevisio {n}  :: reality television
tositelevisio-ohjelma {n}  :: reality show
tosi-tv {n}  :: reality television
Toskala {prop}  :: surname
Toskana {prop}  :: Tuscany
tossu {n}  :: A sneaker
tossu {n} [informal]  :: A slipper
tota {interj} [colloquial]  :: Space filler or pause during conversation
totaalikieltäytyminen {n}  :: total objection; refusing military as well as non-military service
totaalinen {adj}  :: total
totaalisesti {adv}  :: totally
totaalisuus {n}  :: totality
totalisaattori {n}  :: totalizator
totalitaarinen {adj}  :: totalitarian
totalitarismi {n}  :: totalitarianism
totalitaristi {n}  :: totalitarian
totalitaristinen {adj}  :: totalitarian
toteamus {n}  :: statement (declaration or remark)
toteemi {n}  :: totem
toteemieläin {n}  :: totem animal
toteemipaalu {n}  :: totem pole
toteemipatsas {n}  :: totem pole
totella {v}  :: To obey (to do as ordered)
totemismi {n}  :: totemism
toteuttaa {vt}  :: to realise/realize, carry out, put into practice, put into effect, effectuate, execute, implement
toteuttaminen {n} [psychology]  :: actualization; especially in the concept of itsensä toteuttaminen
toteuttaminen {n}  :: realization, execution
toteuttamiskelpoinen {adj}  :: feasible
toteutua {vi}  :: to come true (to become real: to become true or existent)
toteutumaton {adj}  :: unrealized
toteutunut {adj}  :: ex post, actual, real
toteutus {n}  :: realization, execution, implementation
toti {n}  :: hot toddy, toddy, grog (drink made of hot water, strong liquor - usually rum - and sugar, sometimes also spices)
totinen {adj}  :: grave, serious
totisempi {adj}  :: comparative of totinen
totisesti {adv} [biblical]  :: truly, verily, amen
toto {n}  :: totalizator, tote (in horse racing etc.)
totota {vi}  :: To play tote games
totta {interj}  :: true
totta kai {adv}  :: certainly, of course
tottelemaan {v}  :: infinitive of totella
tottelematon {adj}  :: disobedient
tottelemattomampi {adj}  :: comparative of tottelematon
tottelemattomin {adj}  :: superlative of tottelematon
tottelemattomuus {n}  :: disobedience
tottelevainen {adj}  :: Obedient
tottelevaisuus {n}  :: obedience
Totti {prop}  :: given name
tottua {vi}  :: To get used to, become accustomed to
tottumaton {adj}  :: unaccustomed
tottumus {n}  :: habit, custom, routine
tottunut {adj}  :: accustomed
totunnainen {adj}  :: conventional
totuttaa {vt}  :: To accustom
totuttautua {vi} [ , + illative]  :: to become/get accustomed to
totuudenmukainen {adj}  :: truthful
totuudenmukaisesti {adv}  :: truthfully
totuus {n}  :: truth
totuusarvo {n} [logic]  :: truth value
totuusfunktio {n} [logic]  :: truth function
totuuskomissio {n}  :: truth commission
touchdown {n} [American football]  :: touchdown
touhu {n}  :: bustle, hustle, fuss
touhuissaan {adv}  :: busy, occupied or absorbed with one's chores
touhukas {adj}  :: active, energetic, bustling
touhuta {vi}  :: to bustle, flit, hustle, scamper, scurry, run around, run about
touhutippa {n}  :: precum, pre-ejaculate
toukka {n}  :: A caterpillar (larva of Lepidoptera)
toukka {n}  :: A cutworm (larva of owlet moth)
toukka {n}  :: A larva (distinct juvenile form of many animals)
toukka {n}  :: A maggot (larva of fly)
toukka {n} [humorous, derogatory]  :: A baby, unborn human fetus
touko {n} [agriculture]  :: sowing, planting; especially of grain
touko {n}  :: growing field of grain
Touko {prop}  :: given name
toukohärkä {n}  :: blister beetle (beetle of the family Meloidae)
toukokuinen {adj}  :: Pertaining to May
toukokuu {n}  :: May
toutain {n}  :: asp (Aspius aspius)
touvi {n} [nautical]  :: hawser
toveri {n}  :: companion, buddy
toveri {n} [political]  :: comrade
toverukset {n}  :: alternative term for kaverukset
toveruus {n}  :: companionship
tovi {n}  :: a moment
täpö {adv}  :: An intensifier, see täpötäysi, täpötäyteen
täpö {n} [poker, slang]  :: boat (full house)
töpö {n}  :: stump, stub (remains of something that has been cut off; especially the remains of a shortened tail)
T-paita {n}  :: T-shirt
T-palkki {n} [engineering]  :: T-beam (beam with cross-section shaped like the capital letter T)
töpeksiä {vt}  :: to blunder
töpöhäntä {n}  :: bobtail (animal having such tail)
töpöhäntä {n}  :: bobtail (short, or deliberately shortened tail)
töpöhäntäinen {adj}  :: bobtailed (having a bobtail)
täpinä {n}  :: A flutter (state of emotional agitation). Mostly used in plural, especially in the expression: olla täpinöissä ( + possessive suffix) = to be aflutter
töpinä {n} [colloquial]  :: bustle
töpökkä {n}  :: a gnateater
täplä {n}  :: spot, speck
täpläharmomittari {n} [insects]  :: engrailed (Ectropis crepuscularia)
täplähyeena {n}  :: spotted hyena (Crocuta crocuta)
täplähylje {n}  :: spotted seal, Phoca largha (true seal, inhabiting ice floes and waters of the north Pacific Ocean and adjacent seas)
täplikäs {adj}  :: spotted
täplittää {v}  :: to speckle, fleck (to mark with speckles)
täplärapu {n}  :: signal crayfish, Pacifastacus leniusculus
täpläsilli {n}  :: twait shad, twaite shad (Alosa fallax)
täpärä {adj}  :: close, narrow, short
täpärästi {adv}  :: narrowly
täpäryys {n}  :: narrowness, closeness, shortness
töpseli {n} [colloquial]  :: plug (electric connecting device)
täpösen {adv}  :: completely; used as intensifier with the adjective täysi and adverbs täynnä and täyteen
täpötäysi {adj}  :: full to the brim, as full as possible
törö {n}  :: gudgeon (Gobio gobio)
traagikko {n}  :: tragedian
traagillinen {adj}  :: dated form of traaginen
traaginen {adj}  :: tragic
Traakia {prop}  :: Thrace
traakialainen {adj}  :: Thracian
traakialainen {n}  :: Thracian
traakki {n}  :: A wyvern
traakkipuu {n}  :: dragon tree (tree of the genus Dracaena)
traani {n}  :: The blubber of Arctic animals
tradenomi {n}  :: bachelor of business administration who has completed his/her degree in a polytechnic (ammattikorkeakoulu); BBA
tradenomi {n}  :: this degree
traditio {n}  :: tradition
traditionaalinen {adj}  :: traditional
traditionalismi {n}  :: traditionalism
traditionalistinen {adj}  :: traditionalist
trafiikki {n}  :: traffic
tragedia {n}  :: A tragedy
tragiikka {n}  :: tragedy
tragikomedia {n}  :: tragicomedy
tragikoominen {adj}  :: tragicomic
tragopaani {n}  :: tragopan
traileri {n}  :: A special-purpose trailer designed to carry e.g. boats
traktaatti {n}  :: international treaty
traktaatti {n}  :: religious pamphlet, booklet, tract
traktori {n}  :: A tractor (farm vehicle)
traku {n} [colloquial]  :: A tract
trakyytti {n} [geology]  :: trachyte
tramadoli {n} [countable]  :: A pill containing this substance
tramadoli {n} [uncountable]  :: tramadol (a synthetic opiate)
trampoliini {n}  :: trampoline
transatlanttinen {adj}  :: transatlantic
transdermaalinen {adj} [medicine]  :: transdermal
transferenssi {n}  :: transference
transformaatio {n}  :: transformation
transformoida {vt}  :: To transform
transformointi {n}  :: transformation
transgeeninen {adj}  :: transgenic
transgeneesi {n} [genetics]  :: transgenesis
transgressio {n} [geology]  :: transgression
transihminen {n} [sexuality]  :: trans person
Transilvania {prop}  :: Transylvania
transistori {n}  :: transistor
transistoroida {vt}  :: To transistorize
transitiivinen {adj} [grammar]  :: Transitive (of a verb, that takes an object or objects)
transitiiviverbi {n} [grammar]  :: transitive verb
transkendenttinen {adj}  :: transcendent
transkriboida {v} [biology]  :: to transcribe
transkriboida {v} [computing]  :: to transcribe
transkriboida {v} [linguistics]  :: to transcribe (to convert symbols of one writing system to another, e.g. Chinese to Latin)
transkriboida {v} [music]  :: to transcribe
transkriboida {v}  :: to transcribe (to convert language from live or recorded speech to text)
transkriptio {n}  :: transcription
transkutaaninen {adj} [medicine]  :: transcutaneous
translaatio {n} [mathematics, physics, biology]  :: translation
translatiivi {n} [grammar]  :: translative. In Finnish translative refers to transforming or becoming something else or to having a surprising quality. Its ending is -ksi
translatiivinen {adj} [grammar]  :: translative (of, or relating to the translative case)
translitteraatio {n}  :: transliteration
translitteroida {vt}  :: to transliterate (to transform text from one alphabetic script to another, e.g. Cyrilic to Latin, usually using a target language -specifiic standardized set of letters to represent the letters of the original script; compare transkriboida)
translitterointi {n}  :: transliteration
translokaatio {n} [genetics]  :: translocation
transmies {n} [sexuality]  :: transman
transnainen {n} [sexuality]  :: transwoman
Transnistria {prop}  :: Transnistria
transparenssi {n}  :: transparence
transparentti {adj}  :: transparent
transpiraatio {n} [botany]  :: transpiration
transplantaatio {n}  :: transplantation
transplantaatti {n} [medicine]  :: transplant (transplanted organ or tissue)
transplantoida {vt}  :: To transplant
transplantointi {n}  :: transplantation
transponoida {vt}  :: To transpose
transponointi {n} [music]  :: transposition
transpoosi {n} [mathematics]  :: transpose
transrasva {n}  :: trans fat
transseksuaali {n} [sexuality, dated]  :: transsexual
transseksuaalinen {adj}  :: transsexual
transseksuaalisuus {n}  :: transsexuality
transseksualismi {n}  :: transsexualism
transsendenssi {n}  :: transcendence
transsendentti {adj}  :: transcendent
transsendenttiluku {n} [mathematics]  :: transcendental number
transsendenttinen {adj}  :: transcendent
transsi {n}  :: trance
transsukupuolinen {adj}  :: transgender, transsexual
transsukupuolinen {n}  :: a transgender or transsexual person
transu {n} [derogatory]  :: transgender person, tranny
transu {n} [derogatory]  :: transvestite, tranny
transuraani {n} [chemistry]  :: transuranium element
transvaginaalinen {adj} [medicine]  :: transvaginal
transversaali {n} [geometry]  :: transversal
transversaalinen {adj}  :: transversal
transversaalitaso {n} [anatomy]  :: transverse plane, horizontal plane, axial plane, transaxial plane (any plane that divides the body into upper and lower parts)
transvestiitti {n}  :: A transvestite
transvestismi {n}  :: transvestism
transvestitismi {n}  :: transvestism
trap {n}  :: trapshooting, trap (type of shooting sport)
trap-ammunta {n}  :: trap shooting
trapetsi {n}  :: trapeze
trappi {n}  :: bustard (bird of the family Otididae)
tratta {n}  :: draft (financial instrument)
tratti {n}  :: funnel (vessel)
trauma {n}  :: trauma
traumaattinen {adj}  :: traumatic
travertiini {n} [geology]  :: travertine
treema {n}  :: diaeresis (diacritic ¨ placed over a vowel letter indicating that it is sounded separately, as in naïve)
treema {n}  :: umlaut (diacritic ¨ placed over a vowel to indicate assimilation of vowel)
treenata {v} [informal]  :: To work out, exercise
treeni {n}  :: training
treffit {n} [colloquial]  :: date
tremoliitti {n} [mineral]  :: tremolite
tremulantti {n} [linguistics]  :: trill consonant
tremulantti {n} [music]  :: vox angelica (organ stop giving a gentle tremolo effect)
trendi {n}  :: trend
trendikkäästi {adv}  :: trendily
trendikkyys {n}  :: trendiness
trendikäs {adj}  :: trendy (of, or in accordance with the latest trend, fashion or hype)
trenditietoinen {adj}  :: ~ (henkilö): trendite
trenditietoinen {adj} [of a person]  :: trendy (aware of and following trends, especially in fashion)
trenssi {n}  :: A trench coat
treoniini {n}  :: threonine
tärähdys {n}  :: jolt, percussion
tärähtää {v}  :: to jolt
tärähtänyt {adj} [slang]  :: stupid, crazy
tri {abbr}  :: tohtori
tri- {prefix}  :: tri-
triangeli {n} [musical instruments]  :: triangle
trias {n} [geology]  :: The Triassic
triasetaatti {n} [textiles]  :: triacetate
triaskausi {n} [geology]  :: Triassic, Triassic period
triaskautinen {adj} [geology]  :: Triassic
triathlon {n}  :: triathlon (swimming, cycling and running)
triatsiini {n} [chemistry]  :: triazine
tribologia {n}  :: tribology
tribunaali {n}  :: tribunal
tribuuni {n}  :: tribune (in the ancient Rome)
trieeri {n} [nautical, historical]  :: A trireme
trietyyliamiini {n} [chemistry]  :: triethylamine
trietyyliboraani {n} [chemistry]  :: triethylborane
trifenyylifosfiini {n} [chemistry]  :: triphenylphosphine
trifenyylifosfiinioksidi {n} [chemistry]  :: triphenylphosphine oxide
triforio {n} [architecture]  :: triforium
triftongi {n}  :: triphthong
triglyseridi {n} [organic chemistry]  :: triglyceride
trigonometria {n}  :: trigonometry
trigonometrinen {adj}  :: trigonometric
trikiini {n}  :: trichina
trikinoosi {n} [pathology]  :: trichinosis
trikki {n}  :: trick
triklokarbani {n}  :: triclocarban
triklooribentseeni {n} [chemistry]  :: trichlorobenzene
trikloorietyleeni {n} [chemistry]  :: trichloroethylene
trikloorifluorimetaani {n} [chemistry]  :: trichlorofluoromethane
triklosaani {n}  :: triclosan
trikolori {n}  :: tricolor
trikoo {n}  :: in plural (trikoot), leotard, maillot, tights (tight-fitting garments made of this fabric, worn typically by gymnasts and dancers)
trikoo {n}  :: tricot (fabric)
trikuspidaaliläppä {n} [anatomy]  :: tricuspid valve
triljardi {num} [cardinal, rare]  :: trilliard, 1021
triljoona {num} [cardinal]  :: One million million millions (1018); a quintillion
trilleri {n}  :: thriller
trilli {n} [music]  :: trill
trilobiitti {n}  :: trilobite
trilogia {n}  :: trilogy
trimaraani {n}  :: trimaran
trimetyyliboraatti {n} [chemistry]  :: trimethyl borate
trimmaaja {n}  :: One who trims, trimmer
trimmata {v} [nautical]  :: To trim (to cause a vessel to assume a certain position, or trim, in the water)
trimmata {v} [nautical]  :: To trim (to set the sails to the most advantageous angle relative to the wind)
trimmata {v}  :: To trim (to reduce slightly; to cut; to remove excess)
trimmaus {n}  :: trimming
trimmeri {n}  :: string trimmer
trimmeri {n}  :: trimmer (trimming device)
tärinä {n}  :: tremor
Trinidad ja Tobago {prop}  :: Trinidad and Tobago
trinomi {n} [algebra]  :: trinomial
tärinäraita {n}  :: rumble strip, sleeper line, audible line
trio {n}  :: trio
trioksidi {n} [chemistry]  :: trioxide (oxide containing three oxygen atoms)
tripla {n}  :: triple
tripodi {n}  :: tripod
trippi {n} [slang]  :: Drug-induced trip
trippi {n} [slang]  :: Juice in a small box, commonly in the amount of 2dl
triptyykki {n}  :: triptych
trireemi {n} [nautical, historical, rare]  :: A trireme
tärisevä {adj}  :: shaking, quivering, trembling (e.g. of someone's voice)
täristä {vi}  :: To shake (to move from side to side)
tritikali {n}  :: triticale (grain crop, a hybrid of wheat and rye, that gives a high yield, used chiefly as forage and fodder)
tritonus {n} [music]  :: tritone
triumfi {n}  :: triumph (in ancient Rome)
triumviraatti {n} [historical]  :: triumvirate
triviaalein {adj}  :: superlative of triviaali
triviaali {adj}  :: trivial
triviaalimpi {adj}  :: comparative of triviaali
trivialisoida {v}  :: To trivialize
täräjää {v} [poetic]  :: alternative form of täristä
tärkeä {adj} [colloquial]  :: self-important
tärkeä {adj}  :: erittäin tärkeä: very important, crucial
tärkeä {adj}  :: important
törkeä {adj}  :: coarse, boorish, base
törkeä {adj}  :: indecent, obscene, disgusting, distasteful (of language), offensive (of language), (colloquial) gross
törkeä {adj} [legal]  :: gross, grave, grand, felonious, aggravated:
tärkeilemätön {adj}  :: informal, relaxed, casual
tärkeilevä {adj}  :: self-important (behaving in a self-important manner)
tärkeilijä {n}  :: phony; pretender
tärkeilijä {n}  :: prig; stuffed shirt
tärkeilijä {n} [slang, derogatory, rare]  :: bouncer, bully, intimidator, oppressor, persecutor, tormentor
tärkein {adj}  :: superlative of tärkeä
törkeä lapsen seksuaalinen hyväksikäyttö {n} [law]  :: statutory rape
tärkeämpi {adj}  :: comparative of tärkeä
törkeä rikos {n} [legal]  :: felony
tärkeästi {adv}  :: importantly
tärkeys {n}  :: importance
tärkeysjärjestys {n}  :: order of importance
tärkkelys {n}  :: starch
tärkkelyspitoinen {adj}  :: starchy (containing starch)
tärkki {n}  :: starch (any of various starch-like substances used as a laundry stiffener)
tärkkäys {n}  :: starching (act of treating with laundry starch}
tärkätä {v}  :: to starch (to apply or treat with laundry starch)
tärkätty {adj}  :: starched, starchy (stiffened with starch)
törky {n}  :: dirt, filth (also figuratively)
törmä {n}  :: A relatively high bank of a river or other watercourse
törmä {n}  :: A steep embankment of earth
törmänne {n}  :: embankment
törmäpääsky {n}  :: sand martin, bank swallow, Riparia riparia
törmätä {v} [colloquial]  :: To bump into, stumble upon
törmätä {v}  :: To impact, collide, crash
törmäviini {n}  :: riverbank grape, frost grape, Vitis risiparia
törmäys {n}  :: impact, crash
törmäyskivilaji {n} [mineralogy]  :: impact breccia (rock born in a collision of a meteorite against the surface of the Earth)
törmäyskraatteri {n} [geology, planetology]  :: impact crater
törmäyskurssi {n}  :: collision course
törmäyslista {n} [nautical]  :: rubbing strip
törmäystesti {n}  :: crash test
törmäysvirhe {n} [basketball]  :: charging (offensive foul)
törmäytin {n}  :: collider
törmäyttää {vt}  :: To collide
Troija {prop}  :: The city of Troy
troijalainen {adj} [astronomy]  :: Trojan, trojan (of, or relating to a Trojan point)
troijalainen {adj} [computing]  :: Trojan (of, or relating to, a certain type of malware)
troijalainen {adj}  :: Trojan (of, or relating to, the famed city of Troy or its inhabitants)
troijalainen {n} [astronomy]  :: Trojan asteroid
troijalainen {n} [computing]  :: Trojan, trojan (certain type of malware)
troijalainen {n}  :: Trojan (inhabitant of the mythical city of Troy)
troijan hevonen {n}  :: alternative form of Troijan hevonen
Troijan hevonen {n} [computing]  :: Trojan horse, trojan (type of malware)
Troijan hevonen {n} [mythology]  :: Trojan horse
troikka {n}  :: A troika
trokari {n}  :: bootlegger
trokari {n} [derogatory]  :: Any trader
trokee {n} [prosody]  :: trochee
trollata {v} [Internet, slang]  :: to troll
trolli {n} [Internet]  :: troll
trombi {n} [pathology]  :: thrombus
trombi {n} [weather]  :: tornado when occurring in Europe
trombosyytti {n} [cytology]  :: thrombocyte, blood platelet
Tromssa {prop}  :: Tromsø
troolari {n} [nautical]  :: A trawler (fishing boat)
troolata {v}  :: To trawl
trooli {n} [fishing]  :: A trawl
troopillinen {adj}  :: dated form of trooppinen
trooppi {n} [music]  :: trope
trooppinen {adj}  :: tropical
trooppinen sademetsä {n}  :: tropical rainforest
trooppinen vuosi {n}  :: tropical year (time between two successive vernal equinoxes)
tropari {n} [music]  :: troparion
tropiikki {n}  :: tropics
tropiikkiliitäjä {n}  :: Audubon's shearwater, Puffinus lherminieri
tropiikkilintu {n}  :: tropicbird (any of the various seabirds of the family Phaethontidae, typically found in the open ocean in the tropics)
tropinoni {n} [chemistry]  :: tropinone
tropopaussi {n}  :: tropopause
troposfääri {n}  :: troposphere
troppi {n} [colloquial]  :: medicine, especially one that is administered in drops
trossi {n} [nautical]  :: hawser (heavy rope used to tow or moor a ship)
trotskilainen {adj}  :: Trotskyist
trotskilainen {n}  :: Trotskyist
trotskilaisuus {n}  :: Trotskyism
trotskismi {n}  :: Trotskyism
troy-naula {n}  :: troy pound, pound (unit of weight equal to 12 troy ounces, or 373.2417 grams, used in weighing precious metals)
troy-pauna {n}  :: troy pound, pound (unit of weight equal to 12 troy ounces, or 373.2417 grams, used in weighing precious metals)
törppö {adj}  :: bungling
törppö {n}  :: bungler
törppö {n}  :: jerk
tärppi {n} [fishing]  :: bite
tärpätti {n}  :: turpentine
törröttää {vt}  :: To stick out, to jut
törsätä {vt}  :: To spend lavishly, to splurge
törttö {n}  :: bugger (foolish person)
törttö {n}  :: bungler
trubaduuri {n}  :: troubadour
trukki {n}  :: A forklift or other similar industrial vehicle used to lift and carry objects over short distances, typically inside a warehouse or within the area of a port
trulli {n}  :: A witch who conducts mischief, especially in Easter
trumpetisti {n}  :: trumpeter, trumpet player
trumpetti {n}  :: trumpet
trumpettijoutsen {n}  :: trumpeter swan (Cygnus buccinator)
truveeri {n} [music]  :: trouvère
tärvellä {v}  :: to destroy
tärvellä {v}  :: to vandalize
tärvätä {v} [colloquial]  :: to destroy, to ruin
täry {n}  :: vibration
tryffeli {n}  :: truffle
tärykalvo {n} [anatomy]  :: eardrum (membrana tympanica)
tärykalvontulehdus {n} [pathology]  :: myringitis, tympanitis
trymoo {n}  :: pier glass (tall narrow mirror set between two windows, often above a pier table)
trymoo {n}  :: trumeau mirror (wall mirror set in a decorative frame)
trymoo {n}  :: trumeau (pillar in the middle of doorway or window opening)
trypsiini {n} [chemistry]  :: trypsin
tryptamiini {n} [chemistry]  :: tryptamine
tryptofaani {n}  :: tryptophan
tärytin {n}  :: A heavy-duty vibrator for construction work
täryttää {vt}  :: to vibrate
ts. {abbr}  :: toisin sanoen (in other words)
tsaari {n}  :: czar, tsar, tzar
tsaarikunta {n}  :: czardom, tsardom
tsaarillinen {adj}  :: tsarian (of, relating to, or ruled by a tsar)
tsaarinaika {n} [colloquial]  :: The period of Finnish history when Finland belonged to Russia, i.e. the years 1809 through 1917
tsaarinaikainen {adj} [mockingly]  :: old-fashioned, outdated
tsaarinaikainen {adj}  :: tsarist (from the time of the tsar in Russia)
tsaarinvalta {n}  :: tsarism (system of government ruled by a tsar)
tsaaritar {n}  :: A tsarina
tsaarivalta {n}  :: alternative form of tsaarinvalta
tsaguti {n}  :: Hispaniolan hutia, Plagiodontia aedum
tsaiju {n} [dialectal]  :: tea (drink)
tsakma {n}  :: chacma, chacma baboon, Cape baboon, Papio ursinus (species of baboon, in earlier classifications a subspecies of yellow baboon, Papio cynocephalus)
tsakra {n} [Hinduism]  :: alternative spelling of chakra
tsarismi {n}  :: tsarism (system of government)
tsaristi {n}  :: tsarist (supporter of tsarism)
tsaristinen {adj}  :: tsarist (expressing support for a tsar)
tsasouna {n}  :: An Eastern Orthodox village chapel
tsatsiki {n}  :: tzatziki (dish)
tse {interj}  :: alternative spelling of tseh
-tse {suffix}  :: alternative form of -itse
tseh {interj}  :: Used to call a dog
tsekata {v} [colloquial]  :: To check
tsekkaus {n} [informal]  :: check (inspection or examination)
tselada {n}  :: gelada, Theropithecus gelada
tsempata {vi}  :: to improve oneself, to do one's best
tsemppi {n} [slang]  :: fighting spirit, spirit, energy
tsepto- {prefix}  :: zepto-
tseptosekunti {n}  :: zeptosecond
tseta {n}  :: letter: z
tseta {n}  :: The letter "Z" in the Finnish tavausaakkoset, a spelling system similar to ICAO spelling alphabet
tsetsekärpänen {n}  :: tsetse, tsetse fly (fly of the genus Glossina, native to Africa, that feeds on human and animal blood; known primarily as a carrier of parasitic trypanosomes)
tsetta- {prefix}  :: zetta-
Tsheka {prop}  :: Cheka (Soviet security organization)
tshekin kieli {n}  :: alternative spelling of tšekin kieli
tshekki {n}  :: alternative spelling of tšekki
Tshekki {prop}  :: alternative form of Tšekki
Tshekkoslovakia {prop}  :: alternative spelling of Tšekkoslovakia
Tshernomyrdin {prop} [dated]  :: A Finnish transliteration of the Russian surname Черномы́рдин
tshetsheeni {n}  :: alternative spelling of tšetšeeni
Tshetshenia {prop}  :: alternative spelling of Tšetšenia
tshetshenialainen {adj}  :: alternative spelling of tšetšenialainen
tshetshenialainen {n}  :: alternative spelling of tšetšenialainen
tsiigata {v} [slang]  :: to watch, look
tsiljoona {n}  :: zillion
tsintsillahiiri {n}  :: Altiplano chinchilla mouse, Chinchillula sahamae
tsintsillarotta {n}  :: chinchilla rat (caviomorph rodent of family Abrocomidae)
tsinuski {n}  :: alternative form of kinuski
tsirra {n} [slang]  :: alternative form of sirra
tsäkä {n} [slang]  :: luck
täsmentää {vt}  :: to clarify, define (to be more exact)
täsmentämätön {adj}  :: unspecified
täsmälleen {adv}  :: exactly, precisely
täsmällinen {adj}  :: detailed
täsmällinen {adj}  :: exact, precise, accurate
täsmällinen {adj}  :: explicit, strict
täsmällinen {adj}  :: punctual
täsmällisyys {n}  :: precision
täsmäpommi {n}  :: smart bomb
täsmätä {vi}  :: to match
tsostsos {n}  :: mountain degu, Octodontomys gliroides (South American rodent)
tässä {adv}  :: here (close)
tässä ja nyt {adv}  :: here and now, hic et nunc
täst'edes {adv} [archaic]  :: alternative spelling of tästedes
tästedes {adv}  :: henceforth, from now on, hereinafter (in the future or in continuation, starting now)
tästä lähin {adv}  :: In the future, henceforth
tästä maailmasta {adj}  :: out of this world
tsätti {n}  :: alternative spelling of chatti
tsuhna {n}  :: Finn; used by Finnish speakers when referring to Russians' attitude or behaviour towards Finns, particularly when it is considered as negative
tsunami {n}  :: tsunami
tsunamiaalto {n}  :: tsunami wave
tsunamivaara {n}  :: tsunami risk
tsunamivaroitus {n}  :: tsunami warning
tsuppari {n} [informal]  :: errand boy
tsuudi {n}  :: Chud, Chude (person)
tswana {n}  :: Tswana (language and person)
tsydeemi {n} [slang]  :: synonym of systeemi (metasyntactic term)
tsygä {n} [slang]  :: bicycle
tsyge {n} [slang]  :: A bicycle
tsygootti {n}  :: zygote
tööt {interj}  :: honk
-ttä {suffix}  :: Front vowel form of the case suffix -tta
TT {n}  :: initialism of teologian tohtori
TT {n}  :: initialism of tietokonetomografia
-tta {suffix}  :: A suffix for the partitive singular
-tta {suffix}  :: Suffix for the abessive case, without
-ttaa {suffix}  :: Forms causative verbs. It can be translated as "to cause to" or "to make". This usually transforms an intransitive verb into a transitive one
-ttaa {suffix}  :: Forms curative verbs from causative verbs. It can be translated as "to have something done". It implies that the action was carried out by someone left unmentioned. It can often replace the passive voice
-ttain {suffix}  :: Forms adverbs expressing manner
-ttain {suffix}  :: Forms adverbs that express position
-ttain {suffix}  :: Forms distributive adverbs
-tte {suffix} [personal]  :: Forms the second-person plural of verbs
täten {adv}  :: thus
täti {n}  :: An aunt, as mother's or father's sister
täti {n} [childish]  :: Any woman other than the close relatives
täti {n} [colloquial]  :: An aunt, as the wife of an uncle, paternal as well as maternal
täti {n} [colloquial]  :: Any older, but usually not very old woman. (The latter are referred to as mummo)
tätipuoli {n}  :: Mother's or father's half-sister
tätipuoli {n}  :: Stepmother's or -father's sister
tätä kautta {phrase}  :: this way (used to indicate the direction to take)
tätä nykyä {adv}  :: nowadays, currently, in this day and age
töötätä {vi} [onomatopoeia]  :: To honk
tötterö {n}  :: cone (as in icecream cone)
tööttäillä {v}  :: to honk (repeatedly)
tuaregi {n}  :: In plural only, Tuareg, Touareg (nomadic people of Sahara)
tuaregi {n}  :: Tuareg (member of that people)
tuaregi {n}  :: Tuareg (their language)
tuberkkeli {n} [anatomy]  :: tubercle (round nodule, small eminence, or warty outgrowth found on bones especially for the attachment of a muscle or ligament)
tuberkkeli {n} [pathology]  :: tubercle (small rounded nodule forming the characteristic lesion of tuberculosis)
tuberkuloosi {n} [pathology]  :: tuberculosis
tuberkuloottinen {adj}  :: tubercular
tuberoosa {n}  :: tuberose
tuenta {n}  :: supporting
tuftata {v} [textiles]  :: to tuft
tugrik {n}  :: alternative spelling of tugrug
tugrug {n}  :: A tugrik
tuhahtaa {vt}  :: To snort, sniff
tuhannen taalan {adv}  :: golden (advantageous or very favourable)
tuhannes {adj} [ordinal]  :: the thousandth, abbreviation 1000.
tuhannesosa {n}  :: One thousandth
tuhannesti {adv}  :: thousand times
tuhansittain {adv}  :: by the thousands
tuhat {num} [cardinal]  :: one thousand
tuhatjalkainen {n}  :: A myriapod, any member of the subphylum Myriapoda (millipedes, centipedes etc.)
tuhatkertainen {adj}  :: thousandfold
tuhatlukuinen {adj}  :: consisting of thousands of something
tuhatpäinen {adj}  :: thousand-headed
tuhatta {num}  :: thousand; when used as the head of a compound word meaning a cardinal number larger than one thousand
tuhatvuotinen {adj}  :: millennial (lasting thousand years)
tuhatvuotinen {adj}  :: millennial (thousand years old). Used mainly in compound terms, in which appears in the form tuhatvuotis-
tuhatvuotinen valtakunta {n}  :: The millennium (period of one thousand years during which Christ will reign on Earth); the millennial reign, millennial kingdom
tuhatyksi {num} [cardinal]  :: thousand one
tuhertaa {v} [idiomatic]  :: With the noun itku as object, to sob
tuhertaa {v}  :: To work inefficiently, to waste (time)
tuhina {n}  :: sniffle, snivel
tuhka {n}  :: ash (residue after burning)
tuhkahapero {n}  :: A brittlegill, Russula acrifolia
tuhkakartio {n} [geology]  :: cinder cone
tuhkakeskiviikko {n}  :: Ash Wednesday
tuhkakuppi {n}  :: ashtray
tuhkaluukku {n}  :: An ashdump door
tuhkaluukku {n} [slang, vulgar]  :: A back door (anus)
tuhkamainen {adj}  :: cinereous (like ash)
tuhkamuna {n} [colloquial]  :: jaffa (infertile man)
tuhkanharmaa {adj}  :: ash-gray, cinereous (of colour)
tuhkanharmaa {n}  :: ash-gray, cinereous (colour)
tuhkapilvi {n}  :: ash cloud
tuhkapitoinen {adj}  :: cinereous (containing ash)
tuhkapuumuura {n}  :: uniform antshrike
tuhkarokko {n} [disease]  :: measles
tuhkasade {n}  :: ash rain
tuhkata {vt}  :: To cremate
tuhkaus {n}  :: cremation (act or practice of cremating the dead, burning a corpse)
tuhkavarpunen {n}  :: grey-headed sparrow (Passer griseus)
Tuhkimo {prop}  :: Cinderella (the fairy tale and the protagonist)
tuhkimotarina {n}  :: rags to riches story
tuhlaaja {n}  :: waster (someone or something that wastes)
tuhlaajapoika {n}  :: A prodigal son
tuhlaava {adj}  :: wasteful
tuhlaavainen {adj}  :: prodigal
tuhlari {n}  :: A spendthrift, prodigal
tuhlata {v}  :: to squander, waste, dissipate
tuhlaus {n}  :: An act of wasting or squandering something, as money or other resources
tuhma {adj}  :: naughty
tuhma poika {n}  :: Madagascar jewel, Euphorbia leuconeura (plant endemic to Madagascar, commonly used as house plant)
tuhmasti {adv}  :: naughtily
tuhmempi {adj}  :: comparative of tuhma
tuho {n}  :: destruction
tuhoaja {n}  :: destroyer
tuhoalue {n}  :: disaster area
tuhoaminen {n}  :: destruction, annihilation
tuhoamisleiri {n}  :: extermination camp
tuhoeläin {n}  :: pest, vermin
tuhoisa {adj}  :: destructive
tuhoisin {adj}  :: superlative of tuhoisa
tuholainen {n}  :: pest, vermin
tuholaismyrkky {n}  :: pesticide
tuhooja {n}  :: destroyer
tuhopolttaja {n}  :: arsonist
tuhopoltto {n}  :: arson
tuhota {vt}  :: To destroy, decimate
tuhoutua {vi}  :: to be destroyed
tuhoutuminen {n}  :: destruction, annihilation
tuhrata {v}  :: To dirty, soil
tuhrata {v}  :: To work inefficiently, to waste (time)
tuhria {vt}  :: to smudge
tuhti {adj}  :: heavy, substantial
tuhto {n} [nautical]  :: thwart
tuija {n}  :: white cedar, red cedar, thuja (any one of the species in the genus Thuja)
Tuija {prop}  :: given name
tuijotella {v}  :: To stare
tuijottaa {v}  :: To stare
tuikahdus {n}  :: twinkle, glint
tuikata {v}  :: To poke, thrust
tuikata {v}  :: To stick, prick, stab
tuikata {v}  :: tuikata tuleen: To set afire
tuike {n}  :: twinkle
tuikea {adj}  :: stern
tuikeaine {n} [physics]  :: scintillator
tuikehtia {vi}  :: To twinkle
tuikein {adj}  :: superlative of tuikea
tuiki {adv}  :: very, extremely
tuikinta {n}  :: twinkling
tuikkaa {vi}  :: alternative form of tuikkia
tuikkia {vi} [of a source of light, eyes etc.]  :: to twinkle
tuikku {n}  :: Any small and weak source of light, such as an oil lamp, candle lantern or candle
tuikku {n} [by extension]  :: tealight
tuikku {n}  :: dram (small quantity of a drink, especially an alcoholic drink)
tuima {adj} [of food, in eastern dialects]  :: saltless, lacking salt
tuima {adj} [of food, in western dialects]  :: spicy, sharp, pungent, excessively salty (having a strong taste)
tuima {adj} [of powers of nature, struggle etc.]  :: severe, vigorous, fierce
tuima {adj}  :: stern, somber, severe, grim (grim and forbidding in appearance)
Tuire {prop}  :: given name
tuiretuinen {n} [archaic]  :: darling
tuiskia {vi}  :: to snap (to say abruptly or sharply)
tuisku {n}  :: blizzard, snowstorm
tuiskuta {vi}  :: To whirl
tuiskuttaa {vi} [of snow]  :: to flurry
tuivertaa {vi}  :: To blow
tuivio {n}  :: Microbiota, a genus of evergreen shrub in the family Cupressaceae
tuivio {n}  :: Microbiota decussata, the only species of the genus
tujoni {n}  :: thujone
tuju {adj} [of an odor or flavor, informal]  :: strong, powerful
tukaani {n}  :: toucan
Tukaani {prop}  :: the constellation Tucana, the Toucan
tukahduttaa {v}  :: To quell, stifle
tukahduttaa {v}  :: To smother
tukahduttaa {v}  :: To suppress, repress
tukahtua {v}  :: to smother
tukahtua {v}  :: to stifle
tukahtua {v}  :: to suffocate
tukala {adj}  :: hard, tricky (situation)
tukanleikkuu {n}  :: haircut
tukanraja {n}  :: hairline
tuke {n}  :: Any material used to create a clog; a block
tukea {vt}  :: To substantiate, corroborate
tukea {vt}  :: To support/back (financially), give financial support to, subsidize, finance; to sponsor
tukea {vt}  :: To support, shore/prop/back up (mentally or physically)
tukea {vt}  :: To sustain
tukehduttaa {vt}  :: To suffocate
tukehtua {vi}  :: To suffocate, choke, asphyxiate (to die due to insufficient oxygen supply to the body)
tuketa {vt}  :: alternative term for tukkia (to block, bar, obstruct)
tukeutua {v}  :: to lean on (to depend upon for support)
tukeva {adj}  :: corpulent, bulky, massive
tukeva {adj}  :: heavy-duty
tukeva {adj}  :: sturdy, solid, robust, substantial, stout
tukevampi {adj}  :: comparative of tukeva
Tukholma {prop}  :: Stockholm
tukholmalainen {adj}  :: Stockholmer (of, from or pertaining to Stockholm)
tukholmalaisittain {adv}  :: in a way typical for Stockholm or Stockholmers
tuki {n}  :: back, backing
tuki {n}  :: (social) allowance, dole, benefit
tuki {n}  :: strut, prop, crutch
tuki {n}  :: support
tukialue {n} [military]  :: An area outside the actual combat field used for operations that support the fighting units
tukialue {n}  :: stronghold (place of domination by a particular group or idea)
tukialus {n}  :: mother ship, tender, support vessel
tukihenkilö {n}  :: support person
tukija {n}  :: supporter
tukikangas {n}  :: buckram
tukikohta {n}  :: A base (permanent structure for housing military personnel and material)
tukikohta {n}  :: A fort (any permanent army post)
tukikohta {n}  :: A stronghold (fortress)
tukimuuri {n} [architecture]  :: abutment (solid structure that supports the lateral pressure of an arch or vault)
tukimuuri {n}  :: retaining wall (wall used to restrain a vertical-faced mass of earth)
tukinuitto {n}  :: timber rafting
tukiosa {n}  :: In some social security benefits, an amount paid on top of the base amount, if the specific circumstances of the receiver of the benefit justify such additional payment
tukiosa {n}  :: In various physical structures, an element or part which acts as support for other parts
tukipaketti {n} [politics, economics]  :: stimulus package (set of funding and actions by a government or financial institution that is intended to encourage activity and growth in the economy or in a particular industry or area)
tukipilari {n} [architecture]  :: buttress (brick or stone structure built against another structure - e.g. a wall - to support it)
tukipiste {n} [physics]  :: fulcrum, pivot point
tukipylväs {n}  :: A load-bearing pillar
tukipylväs {n} [figuratively]  :: pillar
tukistaa {vt} [+ partitive]  :: To pull someone's hair
tukka {n}  :: hair (covering the human head)
tukkakoskelo {n}  :: red-breasted merganser, Mergus serrator
tukkanauha {n}  :: snood (band or ribbon for keeping the hair in place)
tukkanauha {n}  :: twistband (elastic hair tie for e.g. making a ponytail)
tukkapinni {n}  :: synonym of hiuspinni
tukkasotka {n}  :: tufted duck (Aythya fuligula)
tukkeuma {n}  :: obstruction
tukki {n}  :: beam of a loom
tukki {n} [firearms]  :: stock
tukki {n} [forestry]  :: log; collectively also timber (piece of raw timber big enough to be used as raw material for a sawmill)
tukki {n}  :: log, stock (heavy, usually round piece of lumber)
tukki {n} [nautical]  :: stock (transverse bar of an anchor)
tukkia {vt}  :: To block, bar, obstruct
tukkia {v}  :: tukkia suu: to muzzle
tukkimiehentäi {n}  :: pine weevil, Hylobius abietis
tukkimies {n} [dated]  :: logger, lumberjack
tukkiminen {n}  :: Action noun of the verb tukkia; blocking
tukko {n}  :: tuft
tukkoinen {adj}  :: congested
tukku {n}  :: wad [of money]
tukku {n}  :: wholesale
tukkuhinta {n}  :: wholesale price (the price which a wholesaler charges for goods sold to retailers)
tukkukauppa {n} [business]  :: wholesale
tukkumyynti {n} [business]  :: wholesale
tukos {n}  :: block, jam
tukossa {adv}  :: stopped up, blocked, plugged
Tšukotka {prop}  :: Chukotka, Chukotka Autonomous Okrug
tuksuttaa {v}  :: to chug (to make dull, fairly quick explosive or percussive sounds, as if made by a labouring engine)
tšuktši {n}  :: Chukchi (language)
tšuktši {n}  :: Chukchi (person)
Tšuktšien autonominen piirikunta {prop}  :: Chukotka Autonomous Okrug
Tšuktšien niemimaa {prop}  :: The Chukchi Peninsula
Tšuktšimaa {prop}  :: Chukotka, Chukotka Autonomous Okrug
TUL {initialism}  :: Työväen Urheiluliitto
tularemia {n} [disease]  :: tularemia
tulehdus {n} [medicine]  :: An inflammation
tulehduskipulääke {n}  :: nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID)
tulehtua {vi}  :: to inflame (to form an inflammation)
tulema {n} [mathematics]  :: An outcome
tuleminen {n}  :: coming
tulenarka {adj}  :: incendiary (capable of causing fire)
tulenarka {adj}  :: inflammatory, incendiary (emotionally charged)
tulenkestävä {adj}  :: fireproof, refractory
tulenlieska {n}  :: flame
tulennielijä {n}  :: fire-eater, firebreather
tulento {n} [grammar, rare]  :: translative
tuleton {adj}  :: fireless
tuleva {adj}  :: -elect, elect (person who has been elected to a post, but has not yet entered office)
tuleva {adj}  :: -to-be
tuleva {adj}  :: upcoming, coming, forthcoming, future, imminent
tulevaisuudentutkija {n}  :: futurologist (person who practices futurology)
tulevaisuudentutkimus {n} [sciences]  :: futurology
tulevaisuudessa {adv}  :: in the future
tulevaisuus {n}  :: future
tuli {n}  :: campfire
tuli {n}  :: fire [also from firearms]
tuliainen {n}  :: A present brought by a visitor to his/her host/hostess
tuliainen {n}  :: homecoming gift (present brought home when returning from travel)
tuliase {n}  :: A firearm
tulihelttaseitikki {n} [mushroom]  :: A webcap, Cortinarius malicorius
tulija {n}  :: comer
tulikaste {n}  :: baptism of fire
tulikettu {n}  :: A type of mythical creature in the Finnish folklore, a fox with fiery or radiant fur, the reflection of which is the northern lights
tulikivi {n}  :: brimstone
tulikääpiöahven {n}  :: redstripe apisto, Apistogramma hongsloi
tulikärpänen {n} [insects]  :: A firefly, especially of those species whose flying individuals glow
tulikuuma {adj}  :: boiling, sizzling hot
tuliliemi {n}  :: firewater (strong, distilled alcoholic beverage)
tulilinja {n}  :: line of fire
tuliluikku {n} [dated]  :: firearm
Tulimaa {prop}  :: Tierra del Fuego
tulimuurahainen {n}  :: red imported fire ant, Solenopsis invicta (invasive species native to South America)
tulimyrsky {n}  :: firestorm
tulinen {adj}  :: burning
tulinen {adj}  :: fiery
tulinen {adj}  :: hot, spicy
tulin, näin, voitin {phrase}  :: I came, I saw, I conquered
tulipallo {n} [astronomy]  :: fireball
tulipallo {n}  :: fireball
tulipalo {n}  :: destructive fire
tulipalokiire {n}  :: extreme hurry
tulipalopakkanen {n}  :: Very cold weather
tuliperäinen {adj} [geology]  :: pyroclastic, igneous
tuliperäinen {adj}  :: volcanic
tulipesä {n}  :: firebox (part of a fireplace, stove etc. where the fuel is burned)
tulipinta {n}  :: fire surface, heating surface
tulipunahapero {n}  :: The sickener, Russula emetica
tulipunainen {adj}  :: bright red
tulipunainen {adj}  :: scarlet
tulipunainen {adj}  :: vermilion
tulirokko {n} [disease]  :: scarlet fever
tulirokkoinen {adj}  :: scarlet feverish
tulisesti {adv}  :: fiercely, vehemently
tulisesti {adv}  :: hotly (spiced)
tulisieluisuus {n}  :: ardor, drive, fervor, moxie, spunk, zeal, fire in the belly (emotional stamina and vigor, passion, or inner drive to achieve something, to take action)
tulisija {n}  :: Any structure intended for safely keeping a fire in, such as fireplace, stove, oven etc
tulistaa {v}  :: To superheat
tulistin {n}  :: superheater (component of boiler system)
tulistua {vi}  :: to flare up
tulitaistelu {n}  :: firefight
tulitauko {n}  :: ceasefire
tulitaukolinja {n}  :: A demarcation line
tulite {n}  :: [usually plural] firework
tuliterä {adj}  :: brand new
tulitiili {n}  :: A firebrick, fire brick (construction block)
tulitikku {n}  :: match (device to make fire)
tulitikkuaski {n}  :: matchbox
tulitikkuetiketti {n}  :: matchbox label
tulitikkurasia {n}  :: matchbox
tulitikkutehdas {n}  :: match factory
tulittaa {vt}  :: to fire, shoot (using a gun or other arms)
tulituksessa {adv}  :: under fire
tulitus {n}  :: fire (in-flight bullets or other projectiles shot from a gun)
tulitus {n}  :: firing (action of firing)
tulium {n}  :: thulium
tulivoima {n}  :: firepower
tulivuorenpurkaus {n}  :: volcanic eruption
tulivuori {n}  :: volcano
tulivuorikaniini {n}  :: volcano rabbit (Romerolagus diazi)
tulkata {v}  :: to interpret (to act as an interpreter, to translate orally)
tulkinnanvarainen {adj}  :: ambiguous
tulkinta {n}  :: interpretation
tulkita {v} [rare]  :: to interpret (to act as an interpreter, to translate orally)
tulkita {v}  :: to decode
tulkita {v}  :: to interpret (to apprehend and represent by means of art)
tulkita {v}  :: to interpret (to explain or tell the meaning of)
tulkitsija {n} [figuratively]  :: interpreter
tulkka {n}  :: bushing
tulkkaus {n}  :: interpretation, interpreting (act of translating orally)
tulkki {n}  :: interpreter
tulkkisanakirja {n}  :: phrase book
tulkku {n}  :: bullfinch, finch; used in names of certain finch species, see list below
tulkku {n} [rare]  :: bullfinch; short for punatulkku
tulla {vi} [+ active past participle in translative]  :: to manage to do (more or less unintentionally), succeed in doing (more or less unintentionally)
tulla {vi}  :: Auxiliary verb for emphasized future tense. Usually, the nonpast tense should be used instead of this
tulla {vi} [elative + 3rd-pers. singular + noun/adjective in nominative or partitive or tulla by person + translative]  :: to become, get, go, turn
tulla {vi} [impersonal, genitive + 3rd-pers. singular + infinitive]  :: to have to do, be to do, should do, be supposed to do
tulla {vi} [ + passive past participle in translative]  :: Auxiliary verb for passive voice
tulla {vi} [slang]  :: to cum, orgasm
tulla {vi}  :: to come
tulla hulluksi {v}  :: to go crazy, go nuts, crack up
tulla humalaan {vi}  :: To get drunk
tulla hyvään saumaan {phrase} [idiomatic]  :: to hit the spot (to be particularly pleasing or appropriate; to be just right)
tulla juovuksiin {vi}  :: To get drunk
tulla mieleen {v}  :: To come to mind, to spring to mind
tulla perille {v}  :: To arrive (in/at the final destination of a journey)
tulla tajuihinsa {phrase}  :: to come to one's senses, resuscitate (to reawaken from unconsciousness, regain consciousness)
tulla toimeen {v}  :: to earn a living, make a living, get by
tulla toimeen {v}  :: to get along
tulla toimeen {v}  :: to get by on
tulla toisiin aatoksiin {vi} [idiomatic]  :: to come around, change one's mind (lit: "to come into other thoughts")
tulla ulos kaapista {v} [idiomatic]  :: To come out of the closet
tulla voimaan {v}  :: to come into force, take effect, come into effect
tulli {n}  :: customs
tulli {n}  :: Usually with a modifier, a toll (charge)
tullimaksu {n}  :: duty, tariff
tulliraja {n}  :: customs border
tullivirkailija {n}  :: customs officer
tulo {n} [accounting]  :: income
tulo {n} [accounting]  :: revenue
tulo {n}  :: coming, arrival
tulo {n} [mathematics]  :: product
tuloaika {n}  :: time of arrival
tuloero {n}  :: income difference, difference in income
tulokanava {n}  :: penstock (sluice or pipe which allows the controlled flow of water from behind a dam, typically routing it to a turbine of a power plant)
tulokas {n}  :: latecomer (one who has arrived comparatively recently)
tulokas {n}  :: newcomer
tulokirjaus {n} [accounting]  :: An income entry
tuloksekas {adj}  :: productive
tulokulma {n} [physics, optics]  :: angle of incidence
tulonsiirto {n} [economics]  :: transfer payment, redistribution of income, income redistribution (reallocation of income between the members of a society, performed by government through welfare, benefits, progressive taxation etc.,)
tulopoliittinen {adj}  :: income policy ~ (of or pertaining to tulopolitiikka - income policy)
tulopolitiikka {n}  :: incomes policy, income policy (economy-wide measures instituted by the government with the aim of controlling wages and inflation, often in collaboration with labor market organisations)
tuloratkaisu {n}  :: Another term for tulopoliittinen sopimus ("income policy agreement"), see usage notes under tulopolitiikka
tulos {n} [finance]  :: profit
tulos {n}  :: outcome
tulos {n}  :: product
tulos {n}  :: result
tulos {n}  :: return, yield
tulos {n}  :: score
tulosidonnainen {adj} [social security]  :: means-tested [UK], income-tested [Aus, NZ] (of a benefit, such that the amount depends on the recipient's income)
tuloslaskelma {n} [accounting]  :: An income statement
tulosperusteinen {adj}  :: no win, no fee
tulosperusteinen {adj}  :: result based
tulostaa {vt}  :: To print (to copy something on a surface)
tulostaulu {n}  :: scoreboard (large board that displays the score in a game or contest)
tuloste {n}  :: output
tuloste {n}  :: print (from a printer, etc.)
tulostin {n} [computing]  :: printer (machine used to print text or images)
tulostua {v}  :: to be printed
tulostumaton {adj} [typography]  :: white
tulostumaton {adj}  :: unprinted
tulostus {n}  :: printing
tuloton {adj}  :: incomeless (having no income)
tulovero {n}  :: income tax
tuloverolaki {n}  :: income tax act
tuloveroprosentti {n}  :: income tax rate
tuloverotus {n}  :: income taxation
tulpata {v}  :: To plug, to bung
tulpita {vt} [rare]  :: To plug up
tulppa {n}  :: A dowel
tulppa {n}  :: A plug
tulppa {n}  :: A spigot
tulppa {n}  :: A stopper
tulppaani {n}  :: Tulip, a flower of the genus Tulipa
tulta {interj}  :: fire!
tulva {n}  :: flood
tulvaluukku {n}  :: flood gate
tulvapato {n}  :: dike (barrier to hold back flood)
tulvapato {n}  :: levee
tulvaraja {n}  :: flood line
tulvatasanko {n}  :: floodplain
tulvavuoksi {n}  :: A spring, spring tide or tidal wave (higher-than-average tide)
tulvia {vi}  :: To flood
tuma {n} [cytology]  :: nucleus, cell nucleus (large organelle found in cells which contains genetic material)
tumahappo {n}  :: nucleic acid
tumajyvänen {n} [biology]  :: nucleolus
tumake {n} [cytology]  :: nucleus
tumallinen {adj}  :: eukaryotic
tumallinen {n}  :: eukaryon
tumaton {adj} [cytology]  :: Of a cell, having no nucleus
tumaton {n}  :: prokaryote (organism)
tumma {adj}  :: dark-haired
tumma {adj}  :: dark (of colour)
tumma {n}  :: Romani, Rom (person)
tummahiuksinen {adj}  :: dark-haired
tummaihoinen {adj}  :: dark-skinned
tummajättiläishyppypäästäinen {n}  :: black and rufous elephant shrew, Rhynchocyon petersi
tummalahnanruoho {n}  :: A lake quillwort, Isoëtes lacustris
tummalakihapero {n}  :: A brittlegill, Russula atrorubens
tummalakiseitikki {n} [mushroom]  :: A webcap, Cortinarius decipiens
tummanharmaa {adj}  :: dark gray
tummanpunainen {adj}  :: dark red
tummanpunainen {n}  :: dark red
tummapuumuura {n}  :: blackish-gray antshrike
tumma riisi {n}  :: brown rice (unpolished rice)
tummasolusyöpä {n} [pathology]  :: melanoma
tummatäpläseitikki {n} [mushroom]  :: A webcap, Cortinarius scaurus
tummatukkainen {adj}  :: dark-haired
tummaverikkö {n}  :: A brunette
tummempi {adj}  :: comparative of tumma
tummentaa {vt}  :: To darken
tummentua {vi}  :: to darken
tummeta {vi}  :: To darken
tummua {vi}  :: to darken, to become darker in colour
tummuminen {n}  :: darkening
tummuus {n}  :: darkness (of color)
tumpelo {n}  :: An inept, clumsy person
tumpeloida {v}  :: To bungle, botch up
tumppi {n}  :: butt (remnant of a smoked cigarette or cigar)
tumppu {n} [colloquial]  :: a knitted mitten or mitt
tumpula {n}  :: An inept, clumsy person
tumputtaa {vi} [vulgar, colloquial]  :: to wank, jerk off, masturbate
tunari {n}  :: duffer, moron, dolt, dumbass, bungler, blunderer, fuckup, schlemiel (incompetent or clumsy person)
tunaroida {v}  :: To mishandle, bungle, botch up
tundra {n}  :: tundra (flat and treeless arctic biome)
tundrarousku {n}  :: A milk-cap, Lactarius lanceolatus
tundrasusi {n}  :: tundra wolf, Canis lupus albus
tundravikla {n}  :: buff-breasted sandpiper, Tryngites subruficollis (a small North American migrant wader, which breed on tundra)
tungeksia {v}  :: to throng
tungettelija {n}  :: interloper
tungos {n}  :: A dense crowd of people
tungosaika {n}  :: Rush hour
tunika {n}  :: A tunic
Tunisia {prop}  :: Tunisia
tunisialainen {adj}  :: Tunisian
tunisialainen {n}  :: A Tunisian person
Tunisian tasavalta {prop}  :: The Republic of Tunisia
tunkea {vt}  :: To cram, squeeze
tunkeileva {adj}  :: meddlesome (Inclined or having a tendency to meddle or interfere in other people's business)
tunkeilija {n}  :: intruder
tunkeilla {v}  :: To intrude
tunkeutua {vi} [ , + illative or allative]  :: to invade
tunkeutua {vi} [ , + illative or allative]  :: to trespass, encroach
tunkeutua {vi} [ , + illative]  :: to penetrate
tunkeutuja {n}  :: intruder
tunkeutuja {n}  :: invader
tunkio {n}  :: midden, dungheap
tunkkaseitikki {n} [mushroom]  :: A webcap, Cortinarius hinnuleus
tunkki {n}  :: jack (mechanical device)
tunnari {n} [colloquial, music]  :: theme music, underneath
tunne {n}  :: emotion
tunne {n}  :: feeling
tunne {n}  :: sensation
tunne {n}  :: sentiment
tunne {n}  :: touch
tunnearvo {n}  :: sentimental value
tunneittain {adv}  :: hourly, by the hour
tunneli {n}  :: A tunnel
tunnelma {n}  :: atmosphere, ambiance (mood or feeling in a situation)
tunnelma {n}  :: mood (prevalent atmosphere or feeling)
tunneloida {vt}  :: To tunnel
tunneäly {n}  :: emotional intelligence
tunnetila {n}  :: mood
tunnettu {adj}  :: famous
tunnettu {adj}  :: known
tunnetuin {adj}  :: superlative of tunnettu
tunnetusti {adv}  :: famously
tunnistaa {v}  :: to identify, recognise/recognize
tunnistaa {v}  :: to name (publicly implicate)
tunnistamaton {adj}  :: unidentified
tunnistamaton {adj}  :: unrecognizable
tunnistamaton lentävä esine {n}  :: An unidentified flying object
tunniste {n} [computing]  :: a tag (an element in a markup language, ie. HTML)
tunniste {n}  :: identifier
tunnistettava {adj}  :: identifiable
tunnistettu {adj}  :: identified
tunnistin {n}  :: A detector (device capable of registering a specific substance or physical phenomenon)
tunnistin {n}  :: A sensor (device that detects certain external stimuli and responds in a distinctive manner)
tunnokas {n}  :: alternative form of tunnollinen
tunnollinen {adj}  :: Conscientious (desiring to do a task well)
tunnollisesti {adv}  :: conscientiously (carefully, with attention to detail and an honest effort to do it well)
tunnollisuus {n}  :: conscientiousness (desire to do a task well)
tunnontarkka {adj}  :: conscientious (desiring to do a task well)
tunnontarkkuus {n}  :: conscientiousness (desire to do a task well)
tunnoton {adj}  :: (e.g. of a limb) numb (unable to feel anything)
tunnukseton {adj}  :: unmarked [not bearing identification]
tunnus {n} [computing]  :: username
tunnus {n}  :: insignia, emblem, seal, banner
tunnus {n} [linguistics]  :: marker
tunnus {n}  :: marking
tunnus {n}  :: motto
tunnus {n}  :: sign, symbol, trademark
tunnuslause {n}  :: A motto
tunnuslause {n} [heraldry]  :: A motto
tunnusmajakka {n} [nautical]  :: daymark
tunnusmerkki {n}  :: feature, characteristic, hallmark
tunnusmusiikki {n}  :: theme music
tunnusomainen {adj}  :: distinguishing, characteristic, trademark
tunnussana {n}  :: password (secret word used to gain admittance)
tunnustaa {v} [legal]  :: To plead guilty
tunnustaa {v}  :: To confess
tunnustaa {v}  :: To nostrify, nostrificate (to grant recognition to a degree from a foreign university)
tunnustaa {v}  :: To recognize (to acknowledge the existence or legality of)
tunnustaja {n}  :: acceptor
tunnustaja {n}  :: adherent
tunnustaja {n}  :: confessor
tunnustamaton {adj}  :: unrecognized
tunnustaminen {n}  :: acknowledgement
tunnustaminen {n} [legal]  :: recognition
tunnustautua {v}  :: to avow oneself (to declare openly and boldly, as something believed to be right; to confess frankly)
tunnuste {n}  :: bill of acceptance
tunnustelija {n} [military]  :: guide
tunnustella {v}  :: to feel, fumble, probe (e.g. with one's hands or fingers)
tunnustella {v}  :: to palpate (to examine by feeling with hands, especially as medical procedure)
tunnustin {n} [rare]  :: alternative form of tunnistin
tunnustin {n} [rare]  :: alternative form of tuntoelin
tunnustus {n}  :: acknowledgement, credit
tunnustus {n}  :: confession
tunnustus {n}  :: recognition
tuntea {vt} [+ accusative]  :: to know, be familiar with (meaning deeper and more personal knowledge on someone, see usage notes)
tuntea {vt} [+ partitive]  :: to feel, sense
tunteellinen {adj}  :: emotional (easily affected by emotion)
tunteeton {adj}  :: callous, impassive, insensitive, immovable
tunteikas {adj}  :: emotional
tunteikkaasti {adv}  :: emotionally
tuntematon {adj}  :: anonymous (writer)
tuntematon {adj}  :: unknown
tuntemus {n}  :: feeling, sensation, vibe
tuntemus {n}  :: knowledge (on a particular subject)
tunteroinen {adv} [colloquial]  :: about or roughly one hour (can also be longer than just an hour)
tunti {n}  :: A lesson, class
tunti {n}  :: An hour (unit of time)
tuntihotelli {n}  :: love hotel
tuntija {n}  :: A connoisseur (specialist of a given field whose opinion is valued, especially in matters of taste)
tuntiosoitin {n}  :: hour hand
tuntipalkka {n}  :: hourly wage
tuntiviisari {n}  :: hour hand
tunto {n}  :: feeling, sensation
tunto {n}  :: touch [sense]
tuntoaisti {n}  :: sense of touch, touch
tuntosarvi {n} [zoology]  :: antenna
tuntu {n}  :: feel, feeling, sensation
tuntu {n}  :: texture
tuntua {vi}  :: To feel (adjective = ablative)
tuntua {vi}  :: To seem to, to appear to
tuntuinen {adj}  :: -feeling
tuntuma {n}  :: touch, feel, feeling
tunturi {n}  :: A fell (mountain)
Tunturi {prop}  :: surname
tunturikihu {n}  :: long-tailed jaeger [N.Am.]; long-tailed skua, Stercorarius longicaudus
tunturikoivu {n}  :: a subspecies of downy birch, Betula pubescens subsp. tortuosa (syn. Betula pubescens subsp. czerepanovii
tunturilieko {n}  :: An alpine clubmoss, Diphasiastrum alpinum or Lycopodium alpinum
tunturilimaseitikki {n} [mushroom]  :: A webcap, Cortinarius alpinus
tunturinlaki {n}  :: The top of a fell
tunturipajunrousku {n}  :: A milk-cap, Lactarius salicisreticulatae
tunturipeura {n}  :: A wild mountain reindeer, Rangifer tarandus tarandus
tunturipöllö {n}  :: snowy owl, Nyctea scandiaca
tunturipuro {n}  :: Any brook on the fells (mountains) of Scandinavia; used sometimes as a metaphor of freshness in Finnish
tunturisillihapero {n}  :: A mushroom, Russula oreina
tunturisopuli {n}  :: Norway lemming
tuntuva {adj}  :: considerable
tuntuvasti {adv}  :: considerably
tuo {pron} [demonstrative]  :: that (over there) (when the speaker points at the thing)
tuoda {v}  :: ~ (maahan): to import
tuoda {v}  :: to bring, get
tuoda ilmi {v}  :: to reveal, to express; see also ilmi
tuoda voita leivän päälle {phrase}  :: To pay the bills
tuohi {n}  :: birchbark (bark of a birch tree)
tuohi {n} [informal]  :: money, cash
tuohinen {adj}  :: made of birch bark
tuohinen {n}  :: container made of birch bark
tuohitorvi {n}  :: birchbark horn (traditional, usually straight, horn made of birchbark with quite hollow and unmusical sound, used chiefly for signaling)
tuohtua {vi}  :: To get worked up (negatively), get irritated, get pissed off
tuoja {n}  :: bringer
tuokio {n}  :: moment, jiffy
tuokkonen {n}  :: small basket, made of birch bark
tuoksu {n}  :: fragrance, perfume
tuoksu {n}  :: smell, odour, scent, whiff, aroma
tuoksua {vi} [+ ablative]  :: To smell (pleasant)
tuoksuapila {n}  :: synonym of persianapila
tuoksuhapero {n}  :: A brittlegill, Russula grata
tuoksusimake {n}  :: sweet vernal grass, Anthoxanthum odoratum
tuoksuta {vi}  :: To give off (pleasant) smell
tuoksuton {adj}  :: odourless
tuoksuva {adj}  :: balmy
tuoksuva {adj}  :: fragrant
tuoksuva {adj}  :: odorous, odoriferous
tuoksuvalmuska {n}  :: matsutake (Tricholoma matsutake)
tuoli {n}  :: chair
tuolihissi {n}  :: A chairlift
tuolileikki {n}  :: musical chairs
tuolla {adv}  :: (static) there or over there (when the speaker points at the place)
tuolla {pron}  :: at that, on that (when the speaker points at something)
tuolla {pron}  :: with that (when using something; when the speaker points at something)
tuollainen {adj}  :: that kind of
tuolloin {adv}  :: At that time
Tuomaala {prop}  :: Any of a number of small places in Finland
Tuomaala {prop}  :: surname
Tuomainen {prop}  :: surname
tuomari {n}  :: judge, justice
tuomari {n}  :: Short form of erotuomari
tuomarineuvosto {n} [rare]  :: jury (body of judges in a competition)
tuomarioikeudenkäynti {n} [legal, common law]  :: bench trial (trial without jury)
tuomaristo {n}  :: A jury (body of judges in a competition)
tuomaroida {v}  :: To ump (to act as an umpire)
tuomas {n}  :: doubtful person
Tuomas {prop}  :: given name of biblical origin
Tuomas {prop}  :: Thomas (biblical figure)
Tuomela {prop}  :: Any of a number of small places in Finland
Tuomela {prop}  :: surname
tuomenkehrääjäkoi {n}  :: bird-cherry ermine, Yponomeuta evonymella
tuomenmarja {n}  :: bird cherry (fruit from Prunus padus)
tuomi {n}  :: bird cherry (tree Prunus padus)
tuominen {adj}  :: Made of bird cherry
tuominen {n}  :: [usually plural] A gift or souvenir given by visitors or someone returning from a travel
Tuominen {prop}  :: surname
tuomio {n}  :: doom
tuomio {n}  :: judgement
tuomio {n}  :: sentence, conviction, verdict
tuomioistuin {n}  :: court of law, court of justice, court
Tuomioja {prop}  :: surname
tuomiokapituli {n} [Christianity]  :: chapter
tuomiokirkko {n}  :: cathedral (principal church of a bishop's diocese)
tuomiolauselma {n} [legal]  :: conclusion,<ref name="EN labour court">The first is the act in Finnish, the second is the unofficial translation used by the Ministry of Justice of Finland:
tuomionvoipa {adj} [law, of a court]  :: having a quorum, quorate (competent to pass a judgment based on having a minimum number of its members present)
tuomiopäivä {n}  :: doomsday
tuomiovalta {n}  :: judicial branch
tuomiovirhe {n} [legal]  :: A miscarriage of justice
tuomipihlaja {n}  :: serviceberry (small deciduous tree or large shrub of the genus Amelanchier of about 25 species in the family Rosaceae)
Tuomisto {prop}  :: surname
tuomita {vt} [figuratively]  :: To judge, condemn, doom
tuomita {vt} [legal]  :: To convict someone (of something = elative); to sentence someone, condemn someone (to something = illative)
tuomita {vt} [legal]  :: To try, hear, sit, adjudicate (a case)
tuomita {vt} [religion]  :: To judge
tuomita {vt} [sports]  :: To referee; to umpire
tuomita {vt}  :: To express strong disapproval of, denounce; to condemn, reprobate, objurgate, excoriate
tuomitseva {adj}  :: censorious, condemning
tuommoinen {adj} [colloquial]  :: that kind of
Tuomo {prop}  :: given name
Tuomola {prop}  :: surname
tuon {pron} [accusative]  :: that (over there) (direct object, when the speaker points at the thing):
tuon {pron}  :: (genitive) of that (when the speaker points at the thing):
tuonela {n} [Finnish mythology]  :: A mythical place where all people go after death, the underworld, Hades
Tuonelan joki {prop} [Finnish mythology]  :: A mythical river that the dead must pass in order to reach Tuonela, the home of the dead
tuoni {n}  :: netherworld
tuoni {n} [poetic]  :: death
tuonne {adv} [of movement]  :: there (when the speaker points at the place):
tuonpuoleinen {adj} [also separately: "tuon puoleinen"]  :: opposite (located on the other or opposite side of)
tuonpuoleinen {adj}  :: transcendental, otherworldly (of or pertaining to the life after death)
tuonpuoleinen {n} [religion]  :: afterlife, afterworld, life after death, hereafter, other side, beyond
tuonti {n}  :: import
tuoppi {n}  :: beer stein, tankard
tuoppi {n} [informal]  :: glass of (draft) beer containing 0.5 liters. A smaller beer glass of 0.33 liters is often called pikku tuoppi or a small stein
tuoppi {n}  :: steinful of beer
tuore {adj}  :: fresh
tuore {adj}  :: new, recent
tuore {adj}  :: original (different)
tuoreeltaan {adv}  :: consumed fresh, freshly, unprepared
tuoreeltaan {adv}  :: red-handed
tuorein {adj}  :: superlative of tuore
tuorejuusto {n}  :: A group term for unripened cheeses. Other terms used in English include fresh cheese, curd cheese and curd-style cheese
tuorejuusto {n}  :: The product called tuorejuusto on Finnish grocery shelves is roughly the same as American cottage cheese
tuoremehu {n}  :: A natural or close-to-natural fruit or vegetable juice, especially orange juice
tuoremehu {n} [legal]  :: A juice produced by mechanical means from fruit or vegetables (täysmehu) that has not been treated with heat (e.g. by pasteurizing). A product called tuoremehu may contain up to 150 grams added sugar per liter of juice
tuoretuote {n}  :: fresh produce, perishables (food that does not keep for long)
tuoreus {n}  :: freshness
tuosta vain {adv}  :: just like that (unexpectedly, without warning)
tuota {interj}  :: well (in the beginning of a statement)
tuotannontekijä {n} [economics]  :: factor of production
tuotanto {n}  :: production (activity)
tuotanto {n}  :: production, output (quantity produced, created, or completed)
tuotanto {n}  :: works (complete body of an artist's work)
tuotantokausi {n}  :: season (of a TV series)
tuotantolaitos {n}  :: production plant, production facility
tuotantolinja {n}  :: production line
tuota pikaa {adv}  :: in no time, soon
tuote {n} [agriculture]  :: produce (used in the plural only)
tuote {n} [manufacturing]  :: product (any tangible output or service that is intended for delivery to a customer or end user)
tuotedifferointi {n} [marketing]  :: product differentiation
tuotejulkistus {n} [marketing]  :: product announcement
tuotekehittely {n}  :: product development (process of bringing a new product or product improvement from idea to market)
tuotekehitys {n}  :: product development, R&D
tuotemerkki {n}  :: brand
tuotemerkki {n}  :: trademark
tuoteperhe {n}  :: product family
tuotesijoittelu {n} [marketing]  :: product placement
tuotevalikoima {n}  :: product range
tuotos {n}  :: yield, output, return
tuottaa {vt} [physics]  :: To develop, generate
tuottaa {vt}  :: To produce
tuottaja {n} [biology]  :: autotroph (organism that can produce its own food from inorganic substances)
tuottaja {n}  :: producer
tuottajahinta {n}  :: producer price (the price a producer gets for his product)
tuottajahintaindeksi {n}  :: producer price index
tuottamaton {adj}  :: unproductive
tuottava {adj}  :: productive
tuottavampi {adj}  :: comparative of tuottava
tuottavasti {adv}  :: productively
tuottavuus {n}  :: productiveness (state of being productive)
tuottavuus {n}  :: productivity (rate at which goods or services are produced by a standard amount of inputs)
tuotteistaa {v}  :: to productize
tuotteistaminen {n}  :: productization
tuotteistus {n}  :: productization
tuottelias {adj}  :: productive
tuotto {n} [accounting]  :: revenue, gross revenue, proceeds
tuottoisa {adj}  :: lucrative, profitable
tuottoisa {adj}  :: productive
tuottoprosentti {n}  :: profit margin
Tuovi {prop}  :: given name
Tuovinen {prop}  :: surname
tupa {n}  :: cottage
tupa {n}  :: room
tupaantuliainen {n}  :: housewarming gift
tupaantuliaiset {n}  :: housewarming party
tupaantuliaislahja {n}  :: housewarming gift
tupaija {n}  :: tree shrew (small insectivorous mammal of the family Tupaiidae or Ptilocercidae, especially of the genus Tupaia)
tupajäärä {n}  :: old-house borer, house longhorn beetle (Hylotrupes bajulus)
tupajumi {n}  :: common furniture beetle, common house borer, Anobium punctatum
tupakanpolttaja {n}  :: smoker (one who smokes cigarettes or other tobacco products)
tupakanpoltto {n}  :: smoking (act or habit of inhaling tobacco smoke for recreation)
tupakansavu {n}  :: second-hand smoke
tupakansavu {n}  :: tobacco smoke
tupakansytytin {n} [informal]  :: A cigarette lighter
tupakka {n} [colloquial]  :: A cigarette
tupakka {n}  :: tobacco
tupakka-aski {n}  :: cigarette pack
tupakkahuone {n}  :: smoking room
tupakkatakki {n}  :: smoking jacket
tupakkavaunu {n} [historical, railroads]  :: smoker, smoking car (railroad car for smokers)
tupakkayskä {n}  :: smoker's cough
tupakoida {vi}  :: to smoke (to consume tobacco products)
tupakoija {n}  :: smoker (one who smokes cigarettes or other tobacco products)
tupakoimaton {adj}  :: non-smoking
tupakoimaton {n}  :: non-smoker
tupakoimattomuus {n}  :: The state or habit of being a non-smoker
tupakointi {n}  :: smoking (habit and practice of consuming tobacco by inhaling its smoke)
tupakoitsija {n}  :: alternative form of tupakoija
tuparit {n} [colloquial]  :: housewarming party
tupas {n}  :: A tuft of grass or other plants
tupasluikka {n}  :: deer-hair sedge (Trichophorum cespitosum)
tupasvilla {n}  :: hare's-tail cottongrass, tussock cottongrass, sheathed cottonsedge (Eriophorum vaginatum)
tupata {v} [colloquial]  :: to tend (to do = active 3rd infinitive in illative, -maan/-mään)
tupata {vt}  :: to cram, pack, stuff
tupee {n}  :: toupee
tupeerata {vt}  :: To backcomb; to tease hair
tupeerata {vt}  :: To prepare a beehive-style hairdo
tupeeraus {n}  :: The beehive hairstyle
tupla {n} [colloquial]  :: double
tuplasti {adv} [colloquial]  :: doubly
tuplata {vt} [colloquial]  :: to double
tuplaus {n} [colloquial]  :: doubling
tuplavee {n} [colloquial]  :: The letter W, w
tupo {n}  :: income policy agreement; a bipartite (between employers' and employees' central organisations) or tripartite (involving the government) national agreement on salaries and other general terms and conditions of employment, sometimes supported by the government with tax incentives or legislative measures
tuppeen sahattu {adj} [woodworking]  :: waned (having wanes at the full length of the board, especially when sawn this way on purpose)
tuppi {n}  :: A card game popular in northern Finland, very similar to Minnesota whist
tuppi {n}  :: sheath
tuppiherkkusieni {n}  :: An agaric, Agaricus gennadii
tuppilo {n} [botany]  :: follicle
tuppinokka {n}  :: sheathbill (either of two species of scavenging birds in the family Chionididae which breed only on the Antarctic Peninsula and subantarctic islands)
tuppisuinen {adj}  :: closemouthed (reticent, secretive or uncommunicative)
tuppisuu {n}  :: Silent Sam, mouse (person who does not talk a lot)
tuppisuuna {adv}  :: tongue-tied
tuppo {n}  :: tuft, wad, shock
tupru {n} [rare]  :: puff (short emission of smoke, steam, dust etc.into air)
tupruta {v}  :: to billow, puff (to surge in billows or puffs, said of smoke, steam, dust etc.)
tupruttaa {v}  :: to puff
tupsahtaa {v}  :: to happen unexpectedly
tupsu {n}  :: bobble, pompom (furry ball attached on top of a hat)
tupsu {n}  :: tuft (bunch of feathers, grass or hair, etc., held together at the base)
tupsu {n}  :: tussle
tuputtaa {vt} [colloquial]  :: to force upon, to thrust upon, to push
turako {n}  :: turaco, lourie (bird of the family Musophagidae)
turbaani {n}  :: turban
turbiini {n}  :: turbine
turboahdettu {adj}  :: turbocharged (having a turbocharger)
turboahdin {n}  :: turbocharger
turbulenssi {n}  :: turbulence
turbulentti {adj} [physics]  :: turbulent
turbulenttinen {adj}  :: turbulent
turha {adj}  :: futile
turha {adj}  :: pointless
turha {adj}  :: useless, unnecessary
turhaan {adv}  :: in vain, for nothing, for no reason, vainly, to no avail, to little avail, to no effect
turhaantua {v}  :: A variant of turhautua
turhake {n}  :: useless thing
turhamainen {adj}  :: conceited (vain and egotistic)
turhamainen {adj}  :: vainglorious (with excessive vanity)
turhamaisesti {adv}  :: vainly
turhanaikainen {adj}  :: synonym of tyhjänpäiväinen
turhantärkeä {adj}  :: vainglorious (with unwarranted pride)
turhauma {n}  :: frustration
turhauttaa {v} [psychology]  :: to frustrate
turhauttaa {v}  :: to frustrate (to disappoint or defeat)
turhauttava {adj}  :: frustrating
turhautua {vi}  :: To get frustrated
turhautunut {adj}  :: frustrated
turhempi {adj}  :: comparative of turha
turhentaa {vt}  :: To make worthless, unimportant
turhuus {n}  :: futility, uselessness
turilas {n}  :: cockchafer
turina {n}  :: prattle
Turingin kone {n} [computing]  :: Turing machine
turinoida {vi} [colloquial]  :: To chatter
turio {n}  :: synonym of talvehtimissilmu
turismi {n}  :: tourism
turista {vi} [colloquial]  :: To chatter
turisti {n}  :: tourist
turistikausi {n}  :: tourist season
turistikohde {n}  :: tourist attraction
turistiluokka {n}  :: tourist class
turistiopas {n}  :: tourist guide
turistisesonki {n}  :: tourist season
turjansaame {n}  :: The Ter Sami language
turkinkyyhky {n}  :: collared dove, Streptopelia decaocto
turkinpippuri {n} [archaic]  :: chili (fruit and spice)
turkis {n}  :: fur
turkistarha {n}  :: fur farm (farm where animals, such as minks, foxes or chinchillas are raised for fur production)
turkistarhaaja {n}  :: fur farmer
turkistarhuri {n}  :: synonym of turkistarhaaja
turkki {n}  :: fur coat
turkki {n}  :: fur (hairy coat of various mammal species)
turkki {n}  :: The Turkish language
Turkki {prop}  :: Turkey
turkkilainen {adj}  :: Turkish
turkkilainen {n}  :: A Turk
turkkilainen angora {n}  :: Turkish Angora (breed of cat)
turkkilaisuus {n}  :: Turkishness (state or property of being Turkish)
Turkmenistan {prop}  :: Turkmenistan
turkologia {n}  :: Turkology
turkoosi {adj}  :: Of turquoise colour
turkoosi {n} [mineral]  :: A turquoise
turkoosi {n}  :: The turquoise colour
turku {n} [archaic]  :: marketplace
Turku {prop}  :: Turku (city in Finland)
turkulainen {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to the city of Turku or its citizens
turkulainen {n}  :: A person from, or an inhabitant of, Turku
turma {n}  :: accident
turmahetki {n}  :: time of the accident
turmaliini {n}  :: tourmaline
turmella {v}  :: to damage, mar
turmella {v}  :: to disfigure (to change the appearance of something/someone to the negative)
turmella {v}  :: to taint, corrupt
turmeltua {vi}  :: To be corrupted, spoiled
turmio {n}  :: ruin (something which leads to serious troubles)
turnajaiset {n}  :: tourney, tournament (medieval games where the participants displayed their fighting skills)
turnaus {n} [sports]  :: A tournament
turnee {n}  :: tour
turnee {n}  :: tournament
turnipsi {n}  :: The varieties of turnip (Brassica rapa) grown primarily as fodder
turnyyri {n} [historical]  :: bustle, tournure (frame worn underneath a woman's skirt)
turo {n} [fishing]  :: A structure built from tree branches in order to lure spawning fish
turpa {n} [colloquial]  :: mouth, face
turpa {n}  :: European chub, Squalius (Leuciscus) cephalus
turpa {n}  :: muzzle
turpahihna {n}  :: noseband (part of the bridle of a horse)
turparemmi {n} [informal]  :: noseband (part of the bridle of a horse)
turpas {n}  :: peat (peat as consruction material)
turpasauna {n} [vulgar]  :: "bloodbath", beating or more generally any fight. Usually doesn't involve killing anyone, but giving someone or a group of people a "rough lesson"
turpea {adj}  :: bloated, swollen
Turpeinen {prop}  :: surname
turpiaali {n}  :: icterid (bird of the family Icteridae)
turpiaali {n}  :: oriole, troupial, blackbird, grackle, marshbird, cowbird (birds of various genera within that family)
turpiini {n}  :: alternative form of turbiini
turpoaminen {n}  :: swelling, bulk (the process or result of swelling)
turri {n}  :: furry (animal character with human features)
turri {n}  :: furry (member of Furryfandom)
turrifani {n}  :: furry (member of the furry fandom)
turruttaa {vt}  :: to make numb, physically and/or mentally
turruttava {adj}  :: mind-numbing (excessively boring, tedious, or dull; repetitive)
tursas {n}  :: octopus
Tursas {prop}  :: Finnish god of war
Tursas {prop}  :: Finnish sea monster
turska {n}  :: A cod (Gadus morhua)
turska {n} [slang, financial]  :: loss
turskakala {n} [zoology]  :: Any species of fish in the taxonomic order Gadiformes
turskansukuinen {adj}  :: gadiform (belonging to the order Gadiformes)
turskua {vi}  :: to spurt, gush (to rush from a confined place in a small stream or jet)
turso {n} [mythology]  :: sea monster
tursua {vi}  :: to extrude, gush or flow over (to push or thrust out due to excess quantity)
tursua {vi}  :: to exude in large quantity; said especially of a viscous matter like mucus
tursuta {vi}  :: alternative form of tursua
turta {adj}  :: Numb, insensitive, asleep
Turtiainen {prop}  :: surname
turtua {vi}  :: to grow numb
turturikyyhky {n}  :: turtle dove, Streptopelia turtur
Turunen {prop}  :: surname
turva {n}  :: protection, safety, security (condition or feeling of being safe)
turva {n}  :: security (something that secures)
turvaaminen {n}  :: securing, ensuring, safeguarding
turvaisa {adj}  :: safe
turvaistuin {n}  :: safety seat (seat that provides additional security for the occupant, such as baby seat in a vehicle)
turvakoti {n}  :: women's shelter
turvallinen {adj}  :: comfortable (leaving little risk)
turvallinen {adj}  :: safe (free from risk; harmless, riskless)
turvallinen {adj}  :: safe (providing protection from danger; providing shelter)
turvallisesti {adv}  :: safely
turvallisuus {n}  :: safety
turvallisuus {n}  :: security (condition of not being threatened)
turvallisuusasia {n}  :: security issue
turvallisuusjoukko {n}  :: peacekeeping force
turvallisuusjoukko {n} [rare, normally plural]  :: security forces
turvallisuusjoukot {n}  :: security forces
turvallisuusneuvosto {n}  :: The Security Council (organ of the United Nations)
turvallisuuspalvelu {n}  :: secret service
turvallisuuspalvelu {n}  :: security service
turvallisuuspoliisi {n}  :: security police
turvallisuuspoliittinen {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to security politics/security policy
turvallisuuspolitiikka {n}  :: security politics, security policy
turvallisuussyy {n}  :: a safety reason
turvallisuustilanne {n}  :: security situation
turvamies {n}  :: security guard
turvaneuvosto {n}  :: Security Council
turvapaikanhakija {n}  :: asylum seeker
turvapaikka {n}  :: asylum, safe haven, refuge, haven
turvapaikkaoikeus {n}  :: right of asylum
turvariepu {n}  :: A security blanket
turvasatama {n}  :: haven
turvaseksi {n}  :: safe sex
turvata {vt}  :: to secure, protect
turvatalo {n}  :: safe house (secure location, suitable for hiding witnesses, agents or other persons perceived as being in danger)
turvatoimi {n}  :: security measure (any measure taken to improve security)
turvaton {adj}  :: insecure (not secure)
turvaton {adj}  :: unsafe
turvattomasti {adv}  :: unsafely
turvattomuus {n}  :: insecurity (state of being subject to danger; vulnerability)
turvatyyny {n}  :: airbag
turvautua {v}  :: to resort (to have recourse to)
turvaverkko {n}  :: safety net
turvavälimerkintä {n}  :: chevron (V-shaped marking on the surface of road used to indicate minimum distance between vehicles)
turvavyö {n}  :: safety belt, seat belt
turve {n}  :: peat, turf (Soil formed of dead but not fully decayed plants found in bog areas)
turvekangas {n}  :: A type of forest, the result of a dried bog
turvenuija {n}  :: hillbilly, churl (someone who is from a rural area, with a connotation of a lack of refinement or sophistication)
turvesuo {n}  :: peat bog
turvoksiin {adv}  :: Used to indicate that something becomes swollen
turvoksissa {adv}  :: swollen
turvota {vi}  :: to swell
turvottaa {v}  :: to cause to swell
tusina {n}  :: dozen (twelve pieces)
tusinoittain {adv}  :: by dozens
tuska {n}  :: Pain, distress, agony, suffering
tuskailla {v}  :: To agonise/agonize
tuskainen {adj}  :: angstful, anguished, agonized (full of angst)
tuskainen {adj}  :: suffering, in pain (experiencing pain)
tuskaisa {adj}  :: harrowing
tuskaisa {adj}  :: painful
tuskaisasti {adv}  :: painfully
tuskaisesti {adv}  :: painfully
tuskaisuus {n}  :: painfulness
tuskallinen {adj}  :: harrowing
tuskallinen {adj}  :: painful
tuskallisesti {adv}  :: painfully
tuskallisuus {n}  :: painfulness
tuskanhiki {n}  :: cold sweat
tuskastella {vti}  :: (tr. -> + partitive) To worry about, agonise/agonize about, be in a blue funk about, anguish, sweat
tuskastua {v}  :: to grow impatient
tuskin {adv}  :: barely
tuskin {adv}  :: hardly
tussari {n} [historical]  :: A type of large-calibre short-barreled military rifle
tussari {n} [informally, belittling]  :: Any rifle or handgun
tussi {n}  :: marker pen, marker
tussu {adj} [rare]  :: soft, blunt (like a worn felt tip pen or empty tire)
tussu {n} [vulgar]  :: female genitalia: pussy, cunt
tussukka {n} [vulgar]  :: Female genitalia
tuta {v} [archaic, literary, crosswords]  :: alternative form of tuntea ("to feel"; also "to get to feel", "to experience")
tutia {v} [child language]  :: to sleep
tutina {n}  :: shudder, quiver
tutista {vi}  :: To jelly (to wiggle like jelly)
tutista {vi}  :: To shudder, wiggle
tutka {n}  :: radar
tutkaheijastin {n}  :: radar reflector
tutkailla {v}  :: to sound, explore, study (to investigate preliminarily, to find out whether an idea is feasible)
tutkain {n}  :: An end of a warp yarn that is cut off when the weaving is finished
tutkain {n}  :: A part of a printing press that locates a sheet correctly for two-sided printing
tutkain {n} [archaic]  :: A goad (long, pointed stick used to prod animals)
tutkain {n} [archaic]  :: A sharp point of a tool or weapon; also a sharp mountaintop
tutkain {n} [military]  :: A mine probe (long thin stick used to locate mines)
tutkakuva {n}  :: radar image
tutkameteorologia {n}  :: radar meteorology
tutkanilmaisin {n}  :: radar detector
tutkanpaljastin {n}  :: A radar detector, fuzz buster
tutkia {vt}  :: to examine, investigate
tutkia {vt}  :: to research
tutkielma {n}  :: study (artwork made in order to practise or demonstrate a subject or technique)
tutkielma {n}  :: thesis (written essay, especially one submitted for a university degree)
tutkielma {n}  :: treatise (formal, systematic discourse on some subject)
tutkija {n}  :: researcher
tutkijaryhmä {n}  :: research group
tutkijatohtori {n}  :: postdoctoral researcher
tutkiminen {n}  :: examination, exploration (act of examining)
tutkiminen {n}  :: study, studying
tutkimus {n}  :: examination
tutkimus {n}  :: exploration
tutkimus {n}  :: inquest
tutkimus {n}  :: inquiry
tutkimus {n}  :: investigation
tutkimus {n}  :: research
tutkimus {n}  :: study
tutkimus {n}  :: trial
tutkimusapulainen {n}  :: research assistant
tutkimusasema {n}  :: research station
tutkimuskenttä {n}  :: research field, field of research
tutkimuskeskus {n}  :: research center
tutkimuskäyttö {n}  :: scientific use
tutkimuslaitos {n}  :: research institute
tutkimusmatka {n}  :: exploration (a travel)
tutkimusmatkailija {n}  :: explorer
tutkimusmenetelmä {n}  :: research method
tutkimusprojekti {n}  :: research project
tutkimusretki {n}  :: expedition
tutkimusryhmä {n}  :: research group
tutkimustulos {n}  :: finding (result of research or an investigation)
tutkimustyö {n}  :: research as work or career
tutkinta {n} [legal]  :: hearing
tutkinta {n} [legal]  :: inquest, investigation
tutkinto {n}  :: A degree [award bestowed by a university or college as an indication of academic achievement]
tutkinto {n}  :: An examination [formal test]
tutkittaa {vt}  :: to have something examined
tutkituttaa {v}  :: alternative form of tutkittaa
tutkiva journalismi {n}  :: investigative journalism
tutor {n}  :: tutor (person)
tutoroida {v}  :: To tutor
tutsi {n}  :: A Tutsi
tuttava {n}  :: acquaintance (person)
tuttavuus {n}  :: acquaintance (person)
tuttavuus {n}  :: acquaintance (relationship)
tutti {n}  :: A pacifier; binky (US), dummy (UK), soother (Canada)
tutti {n}  :: A teat (artificial nipple used for bottle-feeding infants)
tuttipullo {n}  :: baby bottle (bottle equipped with a teat, used for feeding infants)
tuttu {adj}  :: familiar
tuttu {n}  :: alternative form of tuttava
tutu {n}  :: tutu (cloth)
tutua {v}  :: alternative form of tuutua
tutumpi {adj}  :: comparative of tuttu
tutustaa {v}  :: alternative form of tutustuttaa
tutustua {vi}  :: To meet (people), get acquainted with, familiarise/familiarize oneself with
tutustuminen {n}  :: becoming acquainted
tutustuttaa {vt}  :: to familiarize
tutustuttaa {vt}  :: to introduce (people)
tuuba {n} [colloquial]  :: nonsense, crap
tuuba {n}  :: tuba
tuubi {n}  :: tube (container)
tuudittaa {v}  :: To lull
tuuhea {adj}  :: [of hair, tree, etc.] bushy, dense
tuuhentaa {vt} [of hair, fur]  :: To make more dense
tuuhettua {v}  :: alternative form of tuuheta
Tuukka {prop}  :: given name
Tuula {prop}  :: given name
tuulas {n}  :: gig (forked spear)
tuulastaa {vti}  :: To fish with a trident or gig, especially at night, using a torch to attract the fish; to gig
tuulastus {n}  :: A type of fishing done at night. The fish is located with a bright light and then caught with a trident
tuulenkaato {n}  :: A tree that has fallen due to strong wind
tuulenkala {n}  :: sand eel (fish of the genus Ammodytes)
tuulenpuoleinen {adj}  :: windward (lying towards direction from which the wind is blowing)
tuulenpuoli {n} [nautical]  :: The weatherboard (windward side of a vessel)
tuulenpuuska {n}  :: gust
tuulensuunta {n}  :: compass point
tuulenvire {n}  :: A light breeze
tuulesta temmattu {adj} [idiomatic]  :: made from whole cloth, fabricated out of whole cloth (having no basis in the truth)
tuuletin {n}  :: fan (device)
tuuleton {adj}  :: windless
tuulettaa {vt}  :: to air, ventilate, fan
tuuletus {n}  :: ventilation
tuuletusikkuna {n}  :: ventilation window, fortochka
tuuletusputki {n}  :: ventilation pipe
tuuli {n}  :: humour (mood, especially a bad mood)
tuuli {n}  :: in translations for Finnish compound terms also: eolic
tuuli {n}  :: mood (of mind)
tuuli {n}  :: wind
Tuuli {prop}  :: given name
Tuulia {prop}  :: given name
tuuliajolla {adv} [figuratively]  :: neglected
tuuliajolla {adv} [nautical]  :: adrift (in a drifting condition; at the mercy of wind and waves)
tuulieroosio {n} [geology]  :: wind erosion
tuulihaka {n}  :: window hook
tuulihaukka {n}  :: common kestrel, Falco tinnunculus, also kestrel, windhover
tuulikangas {n}  :: zephyr (the type of fabric)
tuulikannel {n} [musical instruments]  :: aeolian harp
tuulikello {n} [musical instruments]  :: wind chime
Tuulikki {prop}  :: A forest goddess, daughter of Tapio in the Kalevala
Tuulikki {prop}  :: given name
tuulikukko {n}  :: A weathercock
tuulilasi {n}  :: windscreen; windshield [US, Canada]
tuulilasinpyyhin {n}  :: A windscreen wiper or a windshield wiper
tuulimittari {n}  :: anemometer (instrument for measuring wind)
tuulimylly {n}  :: windmill
tuulinen {adj}  :: windy, breezy
tuulipuisto {n}  :: A wind farm
tuulipussi {n} [aviation]  :: windsock, air sock, wind cone (large, conical, open-ended tube designed to indicate wind direction and relative wind speed)
tuuliruusu {n} [meteorology]  :: A wind rose
tuulisähkö {n}  :: wind power (power generated by wind as primary energy source)
tuulisuus {n}  :: windiness (the quality of being windy in the sense "accompanied by wind")
tuulitunneli {n}  :: wind tunnel
tuuliturbiini {n}  :: wind turbine
tuuliviiri {n} [figuratively]  :: weathercock (one who veers with every change of current opinion)
tuuliviiri {n}  :: weather vane
tuulivoima {n}  :: wind power (power generated by wind as primary energy source)
tuulivoima {n}  :: wind power (wind power stations as a mass)
tuulla {vi} [of wind]  :: to blow
tuulonen {n}  :: a gentle wind
tuulonen {n}  :: a puff of wind
tuulonen {n}  :: diminutive of tuuli
tuultaa {vt}  :: to winnow (to separate grain from the chaff with air either by letting wind blow the chaff away or throwing the unwinnowed grain in still air so that grains and chaff land in separate piles)
tuuma {n}  :: inch
tuuma {n}  :: thought, idea
tuumailla {v}  :: To think, ponder
tuumainen {adj}  :: inch, inch dimensioned (having dimensions based on inches instead of metric units)
tuumata {v}  :: to think, opine (to be of an opinion)
tuumia {vt} [ , + partitive]  :: To think about, consider, reflect (up)on
tuunata {v}  :: to pimp (to excessively customize something, especially a vehicle)
tuunata {v}  :: to pimp up (to decorate; to prettify)
tuunaus {n}  :: pimping (process of modifying the looks of something, especially a vehicle)
tuupata {vt} [slang]  :: To bang (have sex)
tuupata {vt}  :: To push (a person; once)
Tuupovaara {prop}  :: A municipality in eastern Finland
tuuppia {vt}  :: To jostle, push, elbow
tuura {n}  :: A kind of pickaxe where the blade is located at the head of the handle; used to hack holes in ice
tuurata {vt} [colloquial, + partitive]  :: to stand in for, replace (to act as a substitute for)
Tuure {prop}  :: given name
tuuri {n} [colloquial]  :: fortune, luck; see also out of luck
tuurijuoppo {n} [colloquial]  :: spree drinker (one who occasionally drinks heavily, often several days in a row, but remains sober or almost sober for the rest of the time)
tuurna {n}  :: punch (A hard metal rod with a shaped tip at one end and a blunt butt end at the other, which is usually struck by a hammer. Punches are used to drive objects, such as nails, or to form an impression of the tip on a workpiece.)
tuusa {adj} [informal, dialectal]  :: shattered; only used in translative and essive singular in analogy with previous sense
tuusa {adj} [informal]  :: Used in genitive as fortifier, especially in the expressions tuusan nuuskana and tuusan nuuskaksi
tuusan {adv}  :: totally, completely; see tuusa for usage
tuusannuuska {n}  :: Alternative spelling of the idiomatic term tuusan nuuska, see tuusa for usage
Tuusula {prop}  :: A municipality in southern Finland
tuut {interj}  :: honk
tuutata {v} [onomatopoeia]  :: To honk once
tuutia {vt} [colloquial]  :: To lull (used normally only of lulling children)
tuutori {n}  :: tutor
tuutoroida {v}  :: To tutor
tuutorointi {n}  :: tutoring
tuuttailla {v}  :: to honk (repeatedly)
tuutti {n}  :: cone
tuutu {n} [dialectal]  :: A cradle
tuutua {vi} [childish]  :: to sleep
tuutulaulu {n}  :: A lullaby
Tuvalu {prop}  :: Tuvalu
tšuvassi {n}  :: A Chuvash
tšuvassi {n}  :: The Chuvash language
Tšuvassia {prop}  :: Chuvashia (federal subject of Russia)
TV {abbr}  :: TV (abbreviation for television)
tviitata {v}  :: to tweet, to post an update on Twitter
T-viivain {n} [technical drawing]  :: T-square (rule with a short perpendicular crosspiece at one end)
tvilli {n}  :: twill (type of woven cloth)
TV-opas {n}  :: TV guide
tv-sarja {n}  :: television program, television series, tv-series
tweed {n}  :: tweed (fabric)
tweedhame {n}  :: tweed skirt
tweedkangas {n}  :: tweed
tweedkankainen {adj}  :: tweedy, tweed- (made of tweed)
tweedtakki {n}  :: tweed coat
twiitata {v}  :: to tweet, to post an update on Twitter
twist {n}  :: twist (dance)
twistata {vi}  :: To dance twist
twistnaru {n}  :: An elastic band used in a children's jumping game called twistaus. The band is stretched on ankle-to-knee height between two players and one or more other players perform various sets of jumps which involve tricky handling of the band. When done skillfully and with speed the movements of players resemble sort of a dance; hence the name
työ {n}  :: job
työ {n}  :: work (artistic or intellectual production)
työ {n}  :: work (effort expended on a particular task)
työ {n}  :: work (labour, employment, occupation, job)
työ {n}  :: work (physics: mechanics and thermodynamics)
työ {n}  :: work (place of work)
työ {pron} [personal, dialectal]  :: you (plural; in archaic English: ye)
työaika {n}  :: working hours
työaika {n}  :: working time
työasema {n}  :: workstation
täydellinen {adj}  :: complete
täydellinen {adj}  :: perfect
täydellinen luku {n} [number theory]  :: perfect number
täydellisempi {adj}  :: comparative of täydellinen
täydellisen {adv}  :: completely (to the fullest extent or degree)
täydellisesti {adv}  :: completely
täydellisesti {adv}  :: perfectly
täydellistymä {n} [mathematics]  :: completion
täydellistymä {n}  :: perfection
täydellisyys {n}  :: perfection, perfectness
täydempi {adj}  :: comparative of täysi
täydennys {n}  :: supplement, supplies, reinforcements
täydennyskoulutus {n}  :: in-service training, updating training, updating education
täydennysvaali {n}  :: by-election
täydentää {vt}  :: To complement
täydentää {vt}  :: To complete
täydentää {vt}  :: To supplement, to reinforce
täydentävä {adj}  :: complementary, supplementary
työehtosopimus {n}  :: collective agreement, collective labor agreement
työelämä {n}  :: working life
tyfliitti {n} [pathology, medical terminology]  :: typhlitis (inflammation of the blind gut, or caecum)
Tyfon {prop} [Greek mythology]  :: Typhon
työhaalarit {n} [colloquial]  :: Any kind of clothing worn for any kind of work
työhaalarit {n}  :: Coveralls designed specifically for work, used sometimes to underline the difference to other kinds of overalls
työhaastattelu {n}  :: job intervie