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siipi

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Noun

siipi

  1. A wing (animal appendage for flying).
  2. A wing (slang: human hand).
  3. A wing (airplane part).
  4. A wing (part of building).
  5. A wing (fraction of political movement).
  6. A wing (slang: human hand).
  7. A sail (blade of a windmill).
  8. A blade or a paddle of a water wheel or a paddlewheel.
  9. A blade of a turbine or a propeller.
  10. (idiomatic) A mood.
    • olla siipi maassa (lit. "to have a wing on the ground", as an injured bird may have)
      • to be depressed

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