“Fremdschämen” in German and myötähäpeä in Finnish: feeling pain when others are making fool of themselves, or in otherwise uncomfortable situations - particularly in empathetic relationships.

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Word: Myötähäpeä (n.) the feeling of shame you experience on behalf of another person or a character when they do something stupid or embarrassing.

Finnish swearwords – a list of profanities you shouldn’t know

Finnish swearwords - a list of profanities you shouldn't know - Big In Finland

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...

Prepositions in Finnish! You are the dark green dot. Thank you hawthornonthebarrow for the translations! A few grammatical notes:

Finnish consonants, vowels and varients | Kristabology™

Finnish Partitives & A Little More

Finnish is not the easiest language to learn, but it is pretty logical. The best way to learn a language is to have proper motivations. Such as you have no choice because your survival depends on i…

This proverb emphasizes the importance of silence in the Finnish culture. #Finland #Forests #CulturalWisdom #Proverbs

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