iha

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Finnic *iha < Pre-Finnic *iša, which is usually explained as a loanword from Proto-Indo-Iranian *i(s)tsā. Of the same origin as the root iha-, found in Finnish ihana (lovely), ihailla (to admire), and ihastua (to be delighted).[1]

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iha (genitive iha, partitive iha)

  1. desire, yen, hunger

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