Lexemes

This is an automatically generated documentation based on omorfilexical database.

Lexemes are the word-entries of omorfi, currently we have only documented the ones that are commonly problematic, in terms of unexpected ambiguity, exceptional spelling or anything otherwise worth noting. Full dictionary can be found for the time being in wiktionary, or other such services.

Lexeme Short note
(pipe symbol) pipe used in computer systems, logics etc.
- ASCII minus-hyphen, still most common dash
, comma
; semicolon
: colon
! or exclamation mark
? or question mark
/ or slash, for division, URLs, etc.
. full stop
ellipsis
ASCII single quotation mark, still most common single quotation
left single quotation in 9-shape, common and recommended or right single quotation in 9-shape, common and recommended
left double quotation in 9-shape, common and recommended or right double quotation in 9-shape, common and recommended
( left bracket
) right bracket
(left square bracket) left square bracket
(right square bracket) right square bracket
{ left curly bracket
} right curly bracket
$ dollar
euro
+ plus
˗ minus sign, rare
em dash, rarer than en dash or minus-hyphen
en dash, relatively common, recommended for hyphens
permille
quotation dash, rare but seen in some official corpora
single symbol for ellipsis, rare but seen in some official corpora
¼ quarter
½ half
¹ superscript one
² superscript two
³ superscript three
ADSL Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line
aiemmin usually seen as adverb (earlier), but can be analysed as instructive of the adjective aiempi (early)
aikaan done, accomplished, verb complement kind of, e.g., “saada aikaan” or during (around), adposition with genitive complement, e.g., “sen aikaan”
aikana during (while), adposition with genitive complement, e.g., “sen aikana”
aina adposition is rare and I haven’t found good examples after I started documenting these stuffs, so it may be deprecated and removed in future versions or always, as adverb, “aina mun pitää”
Aino This proper noun overlaps forms of very common ainoa “only”.
Ainoa This proper noun overlaps very common ainoa “only”.
ajallaan adposition is rare and I haven’t found good examples after I started documenting these stuffs, so it may be deprecated and removed in future versions or in time, as adverb, “yritä tulla ajallaan”
ajatuksissaan in thought, as adverb, “olin ajatuksissaan ~ ajatuksissani”, see VISK § 655
alapuolella under, as adposition, genitive complement or possessive, “laiturin alapuolella”
alapuolelle to under, as adposition, genitive complement or possessive, “laiturin alapuolelle”
alapuolelta from under, as adposition, genitive complement or possessive, “laiturin alapuolelta” under, as adposition, genitive complement or possessive, “laiturin alapuolelta”
alas to under, down, as adverb, “tule alas” or down (the road or such), as adposition, partitive complement or possessive, “alas tietä pitkin”
ali to / through underneath, as adverb, “täytyy mennä ali” or to / through underneath, as adposition, genitive complement or possessive, “kölin ali”
alitse via under, as adposition, genitive complement or possessive, “kölin alitse”
alkaen onwards, to start, as adverb, “alun alkaen” or beginning from timepoint, as adposition, elative complement, “maanantaista alkaen”
Alku This proper noun overlaps very common alku “beginning”.
alkupuolella in the beginning, as adposition, genitive complement or possessive, “tarinan alkupuolella”
alla under, as adposition, genitive complement or possessive, “laiturin alla”
alle to under, as adposition, genitive complement or possessive, “laiturin alle”
Allekirjoittanut This proper noun overlaps very common allekirjoittanut
alta from under, as adposition, genitive complement or possessive, “laiturin alta”
alussa in the beginning, as adposition, genitive complement or possessive, “tarinan alussa”
API Application Programming Interface
As This proper noun overlaps forms of very common asia “thing”, among others
Asema This proper noun overlaps very common asema “station”.
asemasta instead, as adv, ?? or instead of, as adposition, genitive complement or possessive, “tien asemasta”, commonly used instead of ‘asemesta’
asemesta or instead of, as adposition, genitive complement or possessive, “tien asemesta”, grammar recommends instead of ‘asemasta’
Asi This proper noun overlaps forms of very common asia “thing”
asti adverb is rare and I haven’t found good examples after I started documenting these stuffs, so it may be deprecated and removed in future versions or adposition (until) when can be attached to a partitive NP, “siitä asti”, complent is genitive, “loppuun asti”
atk automaattinen tekstinkäsittely
avulla adposition (with help of) when can be attached to a genitive NP, otherwise noun forms of apu (help)
BBC British Broadcasting Company
BKT Brutto-Kansan-Tuote
BMW Bayerische Motor W
cd compact disc
CD Compact Disc
CD-R Compact Disc Read-Only
CD-RW Compact Disc Read-Write
CIA Central Intelligence Agency
DDR Deutsches Democratische Republic
DJ Disc Jockey
dna deoxyribonucleic acid
DNA Deoxyribo-Nucleic Acid
DPI Dots Per Inch
DVD Digital Versatile Disc
Ede This proper noun overlaps forms of very common edellä “front, etc.
edessä in way as adverb or in front of, as adp, complement is genitive or possessive, “talon edessä”
editse via front of, as adp, complement is genitive or possessive, “talon editse”
edus This noun means “frontside” but overlaps forms of etu, edusta etc.
EEC European Economy Council
EKP Euroopan Keskus-Pankki
eli that is, then, sometimes also or, co-ordinating conjunction, “kissa eli eläin”, “kissa eli koira” or so, discourse particle, to be mumbled turn-initially or pausing, “eli eli, mitäs sit”
EMU European Monetary Union
enemmän usually seen as adverb (more), but can be analysed as genetive of the adjective enempi (greater)
Eni This proper noun overlaps forms of very common FIXME
ennen in the old times, as adverb, “ennen oli kaikki paremmin” or before, as adposition, complement in partitive, “ennen kaikkea”
erikseen usually seen as adverb (separately), but can be analysed as a form of erä (lap, round)
erilleen usually seen as adverb (separate), but can be analysed as a form of erä (lap, round)
erillään usually seen as adverb (separate), but can be analysed as a form of erä (lap, round)
Erinomainen This proper noun overlaps very common erinomainen “excellent”.
Erä This proper noun overlaps very common erä “round, lap”
esim. esimerkiksi, “e.g.” or for example
ettei compound of että+ei with inflection (technically part of the dictionary, but as a non-inflecting particle set)
että that, sub-ordinating conjunction, one of the more generic conjunctions, mainly used as subordinating feature “tiesin, että on yö” or that, co-ordinating conjunction, one of the more generic conjunctions, sometimes co-ordinating, refer to VISK § 819
ETY Euroopan Turvallisuus-Yhteisö
EU or Euroopan Unioni
euro euro, european currency from 2001-
Eurooppa or Europe, as proper noun for geographical area
EY or Euroopan Yhteisö
FBI Federal Bureau of Investigation
FIFA Football
FTP File Transfer Protocol
GM General Motors
Hakkuu This proper noun overlaps very common hakkuu “felling of trees”
Halunen This proper noun overlaps forms of very common halu “will”.
Hanska This proper noun overlaps very common hanska “glove”.
Hauska This proper noun overlaps very common hauska “funny”.
he This interjection overlaps very common pronoun he “they”.
He This proper noun overlaps very common pronoun he “they”.
HIFK Helsingfors
HIV Human Immunodeficiency Virus
HJK Helsingin Jalkapallo-Klubi
HKL Helsingin Kaupungin Liikenne
HS Helsingin Sanomat
HTML Hyper-Text Markup Language
HTTP Hyper-Text Transfer Protocol
huolimatta adposition (regardless) when can be attached to a partitive NP, otherwise form of huolia (icare, concenr of)
hännille or to end, tails, as adposition, genitive complement or possessive, “jonon hännille”
hännillä or end, “tails”, as adposition, genitive complement or possessive, “jonon hännillä”
hänniltä or from end, tails, as adposition, genitive complement or possessive, “jonon hänniltä”
IBM International Business Machines
Ihana This proper noun overlaps very common ihana “lovely”.
ilman adposition (without) when can be attached to a partitive NP, otherwise adverb (without)
internet-tv Tele-Visio
IP Internet Protocol
IRC Internet Relay Chat
ISBN International Serial Book Number
IT Informaatio-Teknologia
itse self, as the reflexive pronoun, see VISK §769 or self as reflexive pronoun (c.f. VISK § 104)
ja and, as cconj, “kissoja ja koiria”, see VISK § 817 or as well, as adverb, colloquial-ish, “mentiin sinne ja”
Jo This proper noun overlaps very common jo “already”.
Johan This proper noun overlaps forms of very common jo “already”.
johdolla adposition (lead by) when can be attached to a genitive NP, otherwise noun forms of johto (lead, cord)
Joki This proper noun overlaps very common joki “river”.
joko either, paired with tai in either-or structure, rarer sub-ordinating reading, see VISK § 815 or already? (from jo+ko), adverb, “joko taas?” or either, paired with tai in either-or structure, perhaps (this) co-ordinating is more common interpretation, “joko minä tai sinä”, see VISK § 815
jos or if, as sconj, “jos voisit jäädä”, see VISK § 818
jotta so that, in order to, as sub-ordinating conjunction, “jotta pystyn valmistumaan”, or yota, noun prefix SI unit, rare
jumissa usually seen as adverb (stuck), but can be analysed as an inessive of the noun jumi (bind)
Jyrkänne This proper noun overlaps very common jyrkänne “cliff”.
jäljelle usually seen as adverb (left), but can be analysed as a form of jälki (trace)
jäljellä usually seen as adverb (left), but overlaps adessive of the noun jälki (trace)
jäljessä behind adverb, or behind of, as adposition, genitive complement
jäljestä from behind, adverb or from behind of, as adposition
jälkeen adposition (after) when can be attached to a genitive NP, otherwise noun forms of jälki (trace) or adverb (afterhands)
ka This noun is SI unit “ka” or abbreviation “avg.” but overlaps forms of very common stuff
Ka This proper noun overlaps forms of very common some very common stuff
kaikkiaan usually seen as adverb (all in all), but can be analysed as a form of kaikki (all)
kanna a noun refering to any plant of the genus Canna having large sheathing leaves and clusters of large showy flowers (FinnWordNet) but overlaps forms of kantaa (to carry).
kanssa adposition (with) when can be attached to a genitive NP, otherwise adverb (as well) or also as well, adverb, perhaps rather limited, “tuletko kanssa?”
Karta This proper noun overlaps forms of very common kartta “map” and karttaa “avoid”.
Kauha This proper noun overlaps very common kauha “ladle”.
kautta adposition (via) when can be attached to a genitive or partitive NP, otherwise noun forms of kausi (season) or adverb, ?
Kello This proper noun overlaps very common kello “clock”.
kerrassaan usually seen as adverb (indeed), but can be analysed as a form of kerta (one time)
KHO Korkein Hovi-Oikeus
Kiva This proper noun overlaps very common kiva “nice”.
kohta place, spot, noun or soon, adverb or if not really, paired sub-ordinating conjunction jos … kohta
KOP Kansallis-Osake-Pankki
kos This noun means a unit of length in India (FinnWordNet) but overlaps forms of very common koska “because” etc.
koska when, as adverb, “koska tulet?” or because, sub-ordinating conj, “koska olen hyvä”
Koto This proper noun overlaps forms of very common kotona “at home”, etc.
kotoisin usually seen as adverb (from), but can be analysed as a form of koto (home)
kui This noun means the Dravidian language spoken by the Kui in southeastern India (FinnWordNet) but overlaps forms of very common kuin “as”.
kuin as … as, sub-ordinating conj, comparative particle, “niin kauan kuin”, “parempi kuin” or both … and, paired with niin, co-ordinating conj, “niin kissoja kuin koiriakin”
kumminkaan usually seen as adverb (however, negative), but can be analysed as a form of kumpi (which)
kumminkin usually seen as adverb (however, affirmative), but can be analysed as a form of kumpi (which)
kun when, sub-ordinating conj, “kun menen kotiin”, see VISK § 818
kunnes or until, sub-ordinating conjunction, “kunnes olet valmis”
Kuppi This proper noun overlaps very common kuppi “cup”.
kuten like a, such, as adverb, “eläin kuten kärpänen”, used like “kuin” or like, as sub-ordinating conjunction “tulkitse kuten pystyt”
Kutsu This proper noun overlaps forms of very common kutsu “invitation”, kutsua “to invite” etc.
kuvi This noun means a Dravidian language spoken in southeast India (FinnWordNet) but overlaps forms of very common kuva (picture).
käsiksi usually seen as adverb (intervene), but can be analysed as translative of the noun käsi (hand)
lainkaan usually seen as adverb (at all), but can be analysed as a form of laki (law, hilltop)
Lava This proper noun overlaps very common lava (stage).
lehtiö-pc Personal Computer
Leikkaa This proper noun overlaps forms of very common leikata (to cut).
lev This noun is alternate form of Bulgarien currency lev, but overlaps forms of very common lepo “rest”.
Lusikka This proper noun overlaps very common lusikka (spoon).
Lähdet This proper noun overlaps forms of very common lähde (source).
Lähellä This proper noun overlaps forms of very common lähellä (close).
läpeensä usually seen as adverb (thoroughly), but can be analysed as a form of läpi (hole)
läpi adposition (through) when can be attached to a genitive NP, otherwise adverb (through)
Maakunta This proper noun overlaps very common maakunta (county).
Makkara This proper noun overlaps very common makkara (sausage).
Maku This proper noun overlaps very common maku (taste).
Markkina This proper noun overlaps very common markkina (market).
Matka This proper noun overlaps very common matka (trip).
media-pc Personal Computer
Mei This proper noun overlaps forms of very common me (we).
Metsä This proper noun overlaps very common metsä (forest).
Miele This proper noun overlaps forms of very common mieli (mind, opinion).
mielellään usually seen as adverb (gladly), but can be analysed as possessive adessive of the noun mieli (mind)
mieliksi usually seen as adverb (enjoy), but can be analysed as translative of the noun mieli (mind)
Mies This proper noun overlaps very common mies (man).
Mietti This proper noun overlaps forms of very common miettiä (to think).
mikä what, as interrogataive, “mikä tuo on?” or what a, quantifier, “mikä mainio esimerkkilause” or that, which, as relative pronoun, “se meni, mikä tuli” or that, which, as conjunction
mikäli if, given that, sub-ordinating conjunction, “mikäli voidaan”
missouri A language (FinnWordNet) but overlaps more common proper noun.
mitä what, interrogative adverb “mitä haluat” or that, relative FIXME or than, as sub-ordinating conjuction “aikaisemmin mitä ajattelin” used like “kuin”, maybe also paired conjunction sitä-mitä?
mm. muun muassa, “incl.” or among others
mon This noun means the Mon-Khmer language spoken by the Mon (FinnWordNet) but overlaps forms of very common moni (many).
MTV Music TeleVision
MTV3 Mainos-Tele-Visio
mukaan adposition (with) when can be attached to a genitive NP, otherwise adverb (along) or along, adv, verb complement, “lähde mukaan!”
mutta this adp is FIXME or … but, co-ordinating conjunction, “ei hyvä, mutta ok”
Mutta proper noun, rather rare but notably overlaps an everyday conjunction This proper noun overlaps very common mutta (but).
Muu This proper noun overlaps very common muu (other).
Muuri This proper noun overlaps forms of very common muuri (wall).
muutoin usually seen as adverb (otherwise), but overlaps instructive of the noun muutto (move)
muutti a noun meaning something I don’t know, but overlaps forms of muuttaa (to move).
myöhemmin usually seen as adverb (later), but can be analysed as instructive of the adjective myöhä (late)
myöhään usually seen as adverb (late), but can be analysed as illative of the adjective myöhä (late)
myötä adverb or adposition (along) when can be attached to a genitive NP, otherwise adverb
Mörä This proper noun overlaps forms of very common möristä (growl).
naimisiin usually seen as adverb (married), but can be analysed as a form of naiminen (marriage)
naimisissa usually seen as adverb (married), but can be analysed as a form of naiminen (marriage)
NASA National Air and Space A
NATO North-Atlantic T Organisation
NBA National Basketball Association
netti-tv Tele-visio
NHL National Hockey League
niin so, such, adverb, “tehtiin niin” or as well as, paired co-ordinating conjunction with kuin, “niin kissoja kuin koiriakin”
NL Neuvosto-Liitto
n:o abbreviation for number, chiefly europarl language etc.
NPC Non-Player Character
nykyisin usually seen as adverb (nowadays), but can be analysed as instructive of the adjective nykyinen (current)
nähden adposition (regarding) when can be attached to a illative NP, otherwise verb forms of nähdä (see) or adverb, ?
oikeastaan usually seen as adverb (actually), but can be analysed as a form of oikea (right)
OK not pronounced in words
Ole This proper noun overlaps forms of very common olla (to be).
Olin This proper noun overlaps forms of very common olla (to be).
Olle This proper noun overlaps forms of very common olla (to be).
Onkki This proper noun overlaps forms of very common onki (fishing rod).
Onni This proper noun overlaps very common onni (happiness).
Osa This proper noun overlaps very common osa (part).
osaksi usually seen as adverb (partially), but can be analysed as translative of the noun osa (part)
Osta This proper noun overlaps forms of very common ostaa (to buy).
Ota This proper noun overlaps forms of very common ottaa (to take).
ottamatta excepting, as adposition, illative complement, mainly “lukuun ottamatta”
oy Osake-Yhtiö
OY Osake-Yhtiö
oyj Julkinen Osake-Yhtiö
pai This noun means a pie but overlaps forms of very common paikka (place) among others.
paikoin usually seen as adverb (in places), but can be analysed as instructive of the noun paikka (place)
paitsi except, as adposition, complement is partitive, see VISK § 708 or but not, as adverb, “jään paitsi” or except, as sub-ordinating conjunction, “kerroin kaiken muun, paitsi en totuutta” UD Finnish, see also VISK § 708 examples d)
paneeli-pc (Panel) Personal Computer??
par This noun means a par in e.g., golf but overlaps forms of very common paras (best) among others.
parhaimmillaan usually seen as adverb (best), but can be analysed as a form of paras (best)
PDF Portable Document Format
pelkästään usually seen as adverb (only), but can be analysed as a form of pelkkä (sole)
Per This proper noun overlaps forms of very common periä (to inherit).
periksi usually seen as adverb (give up), but can be analysed as translative of the noun perä (rear)
perille usually seen as adverb (into destination), but overlaps allative of the noun perä (rear)
perillä usually seen as adverb (at goal point), but can be analysed as adessive of the noun perä (rear)
perusteella adposition (because of) when can be attached to a genitive NP, otherwise noun forms of peruste (basis)
perässä or behind, as adposition
pH per Hydrogen
Pia This proper noun overlaps forms of very common pian (soon).
pien-pc Personal Computer
Piha This proper noun overlaps very common piha (yard).
pinta-WWW World Wide Web
Pitkä This proper noun overlaps very common pitkä (long).
pitkällä usually seen as adverb (afar), but can be analysed as possessive elative of the adjective pitkä (long)
pitkään usually seen as adverb (a long time), but can be analysed as illative of the adjective pitkä (long, tall)
PPI Points Per Inch
PR Public Relations
puolesta adposition (behalf of) when can be attached to a genitive NP, otherwise noun forms of puoli (side)
puolin usually seen as adverb (sides), but can be analysed as instructive of the noun puoli (half, side)
Puu This proper noun overlaps very common pyuu (tree).
Puute This proper noun overlaps very common puute (deficit).
Pyhä This proper noun overlaps very common pyhä (holy).
pystyssä usually seen as adverb (upright), but can be analysed as inessive of the adjective pysty (vertical)
pystyyn usually seen as adverb (abrupt end), but can be analysed as illative of the adjective pysty (vertical)
päin adposition (towards) when can be attached to a partitive NP, otherwise noun form of pää (head) or adverb
RNA Ribonucleic Acid
s. sivu, “p.” or page
saati or also not even, coordinating conj, “ei kissoja saati koiria”, see VISK § 816
SAK Suomen Ammattiliittojen Keskusjärjestö
Sakko This proper noun overlaps very common sakko (a fine).
samalla usually seen as adverb (meanwhile), but can be analysed as possessive elative of the adjective sama (same)
SDP Sosiali-Demokraattinen Puolue
sekä and too, coordinating conj, “kissat sekä koirat”
selin usually seen as adverb (back facing), but can be analysed as instructive of the noun selkä (back)
Sen This proper noun overlaps forms of very common se (that).
Seuranen This proper noun overlaps forms of very common seura (company).
SGML Standardised General Markup Language
sijaan adposition (instead of) when can be attached to a genitive NP, otherwise noun forms of sija (place), verb sijata (make place) adverv (instead)
silloin adposition is rare and I haven’t found good examples after I started documenting these stuffs, so it may be deprecated and removed in future versions or usually seen as adverb (then), but overlaps instructive of the noun silta (bridge)
sillä because, subordinating conj, “sillä tiedän paremmin” (NB ambig with many se adessives)
Silta This proper noun overlaps very common silta (bridge).
sisällä adverb or adposition (inside of) when can be attached to a genitive NP, otherwise adverb (inside)
sisältä adverb or from inside. as adposition, “talon sisältä”
sitten adposition (since) when can be attached to a partitive NP, otherwise adverb or conjunction (then)
SKDL Suomen Kristillis-Demokraattien Liitto
Skp Suomen keskuspankki
Soi This proper noun overlaps forms of very common soida (to play).
SOK Suomen Osuus-Kauppa
SPR Suomen Punainen Risti
SQL Structured Query Language
STT Suomen Tieto-Toimisto
suhteen adverb or adposition (with regards to) when can be attached to a genitive NP, otherwise noun forms of suhde (relation)
suinkaan usually seen as adverb (at all, negative), but overlaps instructive of the noun suu (mouth)
suinkin usually seen as adverb (at all, affirmative), but overlaps instructive of the noun suu (mouth)
SUL Suomen Urheilu-Liitto
Suo This proper noun overlaps very common suo (swamp).
Suora This proper noun overlaps very common suora (straight, a flush e.g. in poker).
suoraan usually seen as adverb (directly), but can be analysed as illative of the adjective suora (straight, a flush in e.g. poker)
suorastaan usually seen as adverb (actually), but overlaps possessive allative of the noun suora (flush in poker, straight)
suunnilleen adverb? or usually seen as adverb (approximately), but overlaps allative of the noun suunta (direction)
suunnitteilla usually seen as adverb (planned), but can be analysed as adessive of the noun suunnite (FIXME)
syvällä usually seen as adverb (deep), but can be analysed as possessive elative of the adjective syvä (deep)
taas again, adverb, “taas myöhässä” or when again, as paired sub-ordinating conjunction with kun, “kun taas huomenna ei”
tai or, coordinating conjunction, “kissat tai koirat” or a Kadai language, noun, rather rare but ambiguous with common conjunction or This noun means the most widespread and best known of the Kadai family of languages (FinnWordNet) but overlaps very common tai (or).
taka This noun means backside but overlaps forms of very common takana (behind) etc.
takana adposition (behind of) when can be attached to a genitive NP, otherwise adverb or noun reading
takia because of, as adpoistion, complement is genitive
Tarkki This proper noun overlaps forms of very common tarkka (exact, precise).
tarpeeksi adposition (enough of it), partitive ocmplements or usually seen as adverb (enough), but can be analysed as translative of the noun tarve (greater)
tavallaan usually seen as adverb (in their way), but can be analysed as possessive adessive of the noun tosi (truth)
TCP Transmission Control Protocol
TCP/IP Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol
Teema This proper noun overlaps very common teema (theme).
Teos This proper noun overlaps very common teos (product).
TI Texas Instruments
tietenkin usually seen as adverb (of course), but can be analysed as a form of tieten (knowingly)
tietenkään usually seen as adverb (of course not), but can be analysed as a form of tieten (knowingly)
Tieto This proper noun overlaps very common tieto (knowledge).
Tietty This proper noun overlaps very common tietty (specific).
Tila This proper noun overlaps very common tila “space”.
TM Tekniikan Maailma
todella adposition? or usually seen as adverb (really), but can be analysed as adessive of the noun tosi (truth)
toisaalta on the other hand, as adverb, “toisaalta ei kiinnosta” or and otoh, as paired conjunction with ja
toisinaan usually seen as adverb (every once in a while), but can be analysed as a form of toinen (second)
Toivo This proper noun overlaps very common toivo (hope).
Tos This proper noun overlaps forms of very common toi (that), etc.
tosiaan usually seen as adverb (real), but can be analysed as a form of tosi (true, truth)
TPS Turun Pallo-Seura
TS Turun Sanomat
Tu This proper noun overlaps forms of very common tulla (to come).
tule This noun means a type of chinook salmon which spawns in the Columbia River basin (Wiktionary), but overlaps forms of very common tulla (to come).
Tuli This proper noun overlaps very common tuli (fire).
turhaan usually seen as adverb (in vein), but can be analysed as illative of the adjective turha (useless)
Turu This proper noun overlaps forms of very common turku (market square), Turku (the city).
tuskin usually seen as adverb (hardly), but can be analysed as instructive of the noun tuska (pain)
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täyteen usually seen as adverb (up to brink), but can be analysed as illative of the adjective täysi (full)
ulos adverb (out) or adposition (out of) when can be attached to a elative NP, otherwise adverb (out)
URL Uniform Resource Locator
USA United States of America
usein usually seen as adverb (often), but can be analysed as a form of usea (many)
uudelleen usually seen as adverb (again), but can be analysed as possessive allative of the adjective uusi (new)
uudestaan usually seen as adverb (again), but can be analysed as possessive elative of the adjective uusi (new)
Uutinen This proper noun overlaps very common uutinen (news).
vaan but rather, as cconj, see VISK § 1106 or really indeed, as adverb, “ei nyt vaan pysty”
vai This noun means a Mande language spoken by the Vai people (Wikipedia), or the people themself, but overlaps very common vai (exclusive or). Vai people, a Manden ethnic group, rather rare, but overlaps with common conjunctions and adverbs or really so, as adverb, colloquial, “ai on vai” or or, as cconj, used in contrastive position only, “kissoja vai koiria”
vaikk even though, as subordinating conjunction, colloquial “vaikka ärsyttäisikin”, see VISK § 816
vaikka adposition is rare and I haven’t found good examples after I started documenting these stuffs, so it may be deprecated and removed in future versions or even, as adverb, “vaikka mitä”, “vaikka kuinka paljon” see VISK § 841 or even though, as subordinating conjunction, “vaikka ärsyttäisikin”, see VISK § 816
Vanha This proper noun overlaps very common vanha (old)
vanhastaan usually seen as adverb (traditionally), but can be analysed as a form of vanha (old)
varmaan usually seen as adverb (probably), but can be analysed as illative of the adjective varma (secure)
Varo This proper noun overlaps forms of very common varoa (beware).
varsin usually seen as adverb (really), but can be analysed as a form of varsi (stem)
vastaan adposition (against smth) when can be attached to a partitive NP, otherwise adverb (against) or adverb (against)
vihdoin usually seen as adverb (finally), but overlaps instructive of the noun vihta (birch twig)
Viimeinen This proper noun overlaps very common viimeinen (last).
vinossa usually seen as adverb (tilted), but can be analysed as inessive of the adjective vino (diagonal)
VIP Very Important Person
vireillä usually seen as adverb (under progress), but can be analysed as adessive of the noun vire (tune)
VR Valtion Rautatiet
Vuo This proper noun overlaps very common vuo (stream), also forms of vuosi (year) etc.
vuoksi noun (high tide) or adposition (because of) when can be attached to a genitive NP, otherwise noun forms of vuo (stream), vuoksi (high tide)
Vuoksi This proper noun overlaps very common vuoksi (because of, high tide).
VW Volks Wagen
This proper noun overlaps forms of very common vähän (some, a little).
vähintään usually seen as adverb (at least), but can be analysed as a form of vähän (a little)
Vähä This proper noun overlaps forms of very common vähän (some, a little).
vähän usually seen as adverb (less), but can be analysed as genetive of the adjective vähempi (lesser)
WAP Wireles Application Protocol
WC Water Closet
WHO World Health Organisation
WSOY Werner-Söderström Osake-Yhtiö
WTO World Trade Organisation
WWF World Wildlife Foundation
www world wide web
WWW World Wide Web
XML Extensible Markup Language
Y2K Year 2000
yhdessä usually seen as adverb (together), but can be analysed as inessive of the adjective yksi (one)
yhteensä usually seen as adverb (altogether), but can be analysed as a form of yksi (one)
Yhtiö This proper noun overlaps very common yhtiö (company).
yhtään usually seen as adverb (at all), but can be analysed as a form of yksi (one)
YK Yhdistyneet Kansakunnat
yksiin usually seen as adverb (together), but can be analysed as illative of the adjective yksi (one)
yksinään usually seen as adverb (alone), but can be analysed as a form of yksi (one)
yksistään usually seen as adverb (by –self), but can be analysed as a form of yksi (one)
ylös adverb (upwards) or adposition (up from) when can be attached to a partitive NP, otherwise adverb (upwards)
ynnä plus, as an adverb or and, as co-ordinating conjunction, rare
ÄO Älykkyysosamäärä
ääriin to the end of the, genitive argument for destination, usually e.g. earth or world or adverb ?
öisin usually seen as adverb (nightly), but can be analysed as a form of (night), öinen (nightly)