skinhead

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From skin +‎ head.

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Noun[edit]

A group of skinheads.

skinhead ‎(plural skinheads)

  1. Someone with a shaved head.
  2. Member of the skinhead subculture arising in late 1960s England or its diaspora, often associated with violence and white-supremacist or anti-immigrant principles.

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Finnish[edit]

Noun[edit]

skinhead

  1. skinhead (member of a subculture)

Declension[edit]

Inflection of skinhead (Kotus type 5/risti, no gradation)
nominative skinhead skinheadit
genitive skinheadin skinheadien
partitive skinheadiä skinheadejä
illative skinheadiin skinheadeihin
singular plural
nominative skinhead skinheadit
accusative nom.? skinhead skinheadit
gen. skinheadin
genitive skinheadin skinheadien
partitive skinheadiä skinheadejä
inessive skinheadissä skinheadeissä
elative skinheadistä skinheadeistä
illative skinheadiin skinheadeihin
adessive skinheadillä skinheadeillä
ablative skinheadiltä skinheadeiltä
allative skinheadilleˣ skinheadeilleˣ
essive skinheadinä skinheadeinä
translative skinheadiksi skinheadeiksi
instructive skinheadein
abessive skinheadittä skinheadeittä
comitative skinheadeineen

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Portuguese[edit]

Noun[edit]

skinhead m f (plural skinheads)

  1. skinhead (member of a subculture which originated in England in the 1960s)