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lyödä

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Finnish

(index ly)

Etymology

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Pronunciation

  • Hyphenation: lyö·dä
  • Rhymes: syödä
  • IPA: /'lyødæ(ʔ)/

Verb

lyödä (stem l-*)

  1. (transitive) To hit, strike, knock.
  2. (transitive) To beat (also figuratively).
    Löin rumpuja kovaa.
    I beat the drums hard.
  3. (transitive) To hurl, chuck, pitch, heave.
  4. (intransitive):
    (of waves) to crash;
    (of a sail) to flap;
    (of knees) to knock;
    (of teeth) to chatter;
    (of a heart, rain) to pound, beat;
    (of an artery) to beat;
    (of lightning; of time) to strike;
    (of a sound) to ring
  5. (transitive) ~ rahaa = to mint/coin money.

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