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never heard :D
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Mandau wrote:
Kauhea holotna täällä sisälläkii

It's really cold even inside
kinda get it but never heard of it :D are you from northern finland since that was my guess too like the one above ^
tjenb wrote:
kinda get it but never heard of it :D are you from northern finland since that was my guess too like the one above ^
No south east lol
wtf
never heard :D
einari wrote:
like it's really holotna outside
it comes from russian and just means cold
used in some finnish dialects
yeah sounds like russia so maybe like east north finland idk? :D


south east ok makes sense
Why wrote:
sounds like a russian word or smth
it actually comes from the russian word holodnyi :D
Mandau wrote:
Kauhea holotna täällä sisälläkii

It's really cold even inside
can I ask where you living never heard anything like that

oh you answered to that alrready
yes I do!
We try not to.
tjenb wrote:
yeah sounds like russia so maybe like east north finland idk? :D


south east ok makes sense
I think like all over eastern finland
what
einari wrote:
I think like all over eastern finland
I'm living in eastern Finland and never heard of it lmao
guess I'm not east enough
Katti wrote:
it actually comes from the russian word holodnyi :D
oh damn no wonder then!!
tjenb wrote:
I'm living in eastern Finland and never heard of it lmao
guess I'm not east enough
lmaoo or maybe the dialects that have more russian influence
we have like a whole lot of words that come from russia and my western friends have never heard of them
no
that comes from russian right? their word for cold is almost the same
tjenb wrote:
kinda get it but never heard of it :D are you from northern finland since that was my guess too like the one above ^
In lapland we say kylymä!!!!
einari wrote:
lmaoo or maybe the dialects that have more russian influence
we have like a whole lot of words that come from russia and my western friends have never heard of them
probably yeah :D it's like how come u haven't heard it but luckily some words are still quite local
It originates from Russian, right? I might use it if I pretend to speak in a very strong dialect, but I have heard my relatives use it quite a lot. We are from Eastern Finland!
Anile wrote:
In lapland we say kylymä!!!!
true I was not thinking straight lol