kinuski

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Finnish[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Russian тянучки (tjanučki), the plural of тянучка (tjanučka). The Finland-Swedish word kinuski or tjinuski is a Finnish loan.

Noun[edit]

kinuski

  1. Russian candy, Russian chocolate (sweet dessert sauce)
  2. a kind of fudge or toffee (confectionary)

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Etymology 2[edit]

Alteration of Kiina (China), kiinalainen (chinese person).

Noun[edit]

kinuski

  1. (slang, offensive) a Chinese person: Chink

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