kinkku

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Finnish[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Swedish skinka, from Middle Low German schinke.

Noun[edit]

kinkku

  1. ham
Declension[edit]
Inflection of kinkku (Kotus type 1/valo, kk-k gradation)
nominative kinkku kinkut
genitive kinkun kinkkujen
partitive kinkkua kinkkuja
illative kinkkuun kinkkuihin
singular plural
nominative kinkku kinkut
accusative nom. kinkku kinkut
gen. kinkun
genitive kinkun kinkkujen
partitive kinkkua kinkkuja
inessive kinkussa kinkuissa
elative kinkusta kinkuista
illative kinkkuun kinkkuihin
adessive kinkulla kinkuilla
ablative kinkulta kinkuilta
allative kinkulle kinkuille
essive kinkkuna kinkkuina
translative kinkuksi kinkuiksi
instructive kinkuin
abessive kinkutta kinkuitta
comitative kinkkuineen
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Etymology 2[edit]

From kiinni.

Noun[edit]

kinkku

  1. (military slang) weekend in the army
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