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leikata

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Finnish

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Etymology

Probably of Germanic origin.

Pronunciation

  • Hyphenation: lei·ka·ta
  • IPA: [ˈleikɑt̪ɑ(ʔ)]

Verb

leikata (stem leik-*)

  1. To cut.
  2. To incise.
  3. To mow grass.
  4. To trim (to reduce slightly; to cut; especially, to remove excess).
  5. (medicine) To operate.
  6. To fix (to render an animal infertile).
  7. To knife (to use a knife to cut).
  8. To knife (to cut through as if with a knife).
  9. (colloquial) adessive + 3rd-pers. sg = To get it.
    Minulla ei leikkaa. = I don't get it.

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Derived terms

Verb

leikata

  1. Impersonal indicative connegative present form of leikata.

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