hapan

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See also: häpän

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From Proto-Finnic *hap'oin, from Proto-Finno-Ugric *čappa. Cognates include Estonian hapu and Hungarian savanyú. The declension has been levelled to a plain m-stem.

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hapan (comparative happamampi or happamempi, superlative happamin)

  1. sour, acid in taste
  2. sour, peevish, irritable, grumpy, fretful, ill-tempered
  3. (chemistry) acidic, acid

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