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Ruska [Finnish] ~ (n.) the process of tree leaves turning various shades of red, yellow, purple, and brown in the autumn; the time of fall foliage.

Ruska [Finnish] ~ (n.) the process of tree leaves turning various shades of red, yellow, purple, and brown in the autumn; the time of fall foliage.

Stand Still. Stay Silent - webcomic, page 195 - The similarities of the Nordic languages. Except for one.

Stand Still. Stay Silent - webcomic, page 195

Page 195 of the webcomic 'Stand Still. Stay Silent'

The looped square symbol has made an appearance in numerous ancient objects found in Northern Europe. In Finnish it's called Käpälikkö (pawform) or Hannunvaakuna (Saint John's Arms). In Estonian the symbol is known as Aasruut (loopsquare), Nelinurk (quadrangle) or Võlusõlm (magic knot).

Kapalikko - Looped Square Symbol by FinnicHerald on DeviantArt

The looped square symbol has made an appearance in numerous ancient objects found in Northern Europe. In Finnish it's called Käpälikkö (p... Kapalikko - Looped Square Symbol

Ukonvasara - Ukko's Hammer - or Ukonkirves - Ukko's Axe - is the symbol and magical weapon of the Finnic thunder god. In Finnish mythology the thunder god is referred to with names Ukko, Äijä or Äijö and sometimes Ilmarinen. The Estonian parallel is Uku, Vanaisa - Grandfather - or Taevataat - Sky Father.

Ukonvasara - Ukko's Hammer by FinnicHerald on DeviantArt

Ukonvasara - Ukko's Hammer - or Ukonkirves - Ukko's Axe - is the symbol and magical weapon of the Finnic thunder god. In Finnish mythology the thunder g... Ukonvasara - Ukko's Hammer

We were learning a bit about slang words last week and thought I should share this list that we got with you guys.

Finnish words

We were learning a bit about slang words last week and thought I should share this list that we got with you guys.

Eläinlajit 42... how to learn Finnish easily and with humor ... a hilarious link

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16 Phrases You Need to Know Before Visiting Finland |Finland, weekend break, Europe, bucket list, wanderlust, adventure, challenge, coffee, bar, food, must try, Summer, Beach, language learning, tips, Finnish, Motivation.

16 Phrases You Need to Know Before Visiting Finland

Thinking about visiting Finland? Discover some of the most common and useful phrases in the Finnish language that will make speaking to locals easier.

Prepositions in Finnish! You are the dark green dot. Thank you hawthornonthebarrow for the translations! A few grammatical notes: • The dash (-) signifies that the letters following the dash are a...

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Prepositions in Finnish! You are the dark green dot. Thank you hawthornonthebarrow for the translations! A few grammatical notes: • The dash (-) signifies that the letters following the dash are a...

The Finnish Sahti - or the Estonian Koduõlu or Taluõlu - is an old Finnic home-brewed beer. It is made from a variety of grains - mostly barley with an addition of rye, wheat or oats. Traditionally the beer is flavored with juniper by filtering the mash through juniper twigs.

Sahti - Finnic Home-brew by FinnicHerald on DeviantArt

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Iso, isompi, isoin. This blog post is about the three degrees of comparison: the positive, the comparative and the superlative. Read and listen to the Finnish adjectives!

Finnish adjectives

Iso, isompi, isoin. This blog post is about the three degrees of comparison: the positive, the comparative and the superlative. Read and listen to the Finnish adjectives!

Basic Characteristics of Finnish

Basic Characteristics of Finnish

Sanojen muokkausta. Valikoiden. :D

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If you please - in Finnish, "ole hyvä" (verb and adjectiv in the correct form according to whom one speaks to)

If you please - in Finnish, "ole hyvä" (verb and adjectiv in the correct form according to whom one speaks to)