peruna

FinnishEdit

(index pe)

EtymologyEdit

From Swedish päron (pear) or jordpäron (earth-pear i.e. potato) through Finnish Swedish dialectal pärun or peerun. The same word was originally used for pears and potatoes. In its modern meaning peruna is first mentioned in a 1787 dictionary by Christfried Ganander.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ˈpe̞runɑ]
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  • Hyphenation: pe‧ru‧na
  • Rhymes: -unɑ

NounEdit

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peruna

  1. potato, Solanum tuberosum (plant and the tuber)

DeclensionEdit

SynonymsEdit

CompoundsEdit

  • perunalumi
  • perunamaa
  • perunamuhennos
  • perunamuusi
  • perunanenä
  • perunanhitu
  • perunanistutus
  • perunanistutuskone
  • perunanitu
  • perunankukka
  • perunankuori
  • perunankuorimaveitsi
  • perunankuorimisveitsi
  • perunankylvö
  • perunanmukula
  • perunannostaja
  • perunannosto
  • perunannostokone
  • perunanpano
  • perunansiemen
  • perunantaimi
  • perunanuija
  • perunanvarsi
  • perunanviljely
  • perunaohukainen
  • perunapelto
  • perunapenkki
  • perunapiirakka
  • perunapuuro
  • perunarieska
  • perunarupi
  • perunarutto
  • perunasalaatti
  • perunasarka
  • perunasato
  • perunasoppa
  • perunasose

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Last modified on 29 March 2014, at 17:49