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Etymology 1Edit

shortened from pissaliisa

NounEdit

pissis

  1. (slang) teenybopper; teenage girl obsessed with her appearances (as for clothing, hair style, makeup, etc.), having self-conscious behavior, boasting with alcohol consumption and having an indifferent attitude towards everything; partially corresponds to the terms chav [girl], Essex girl and Valley girl, but does not connote any specific social status (teenage girl obsessed with outer appearances (as for clothing, hair style, makeup, etc.), having self-conscious behavior, often drinking alcohol excessively and having an indifferent attitude towards everything)

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of pissis (Kotus type 39/vastaus, no gradation)
nominative pissis pissikset
genitive pissiksen pissisten
pissiksien
partitive pissistä pissiksiä
illative pissikseen pissiksiin
singular plural
nominative pissis pissikset
accusative nom. pissis pissikset
gen. pissiksen
genitive pissiksen pissisten
pissiksien
partitive pissistä pissiksiä
inessive pissiksessä pissiksissä
elative pissiksestä pissiksistä
illative pissikseen pissiksiin
adessive pissiksellä pissiksillä
ablative pissikseltä pissiksiltä
allative pissikselle pissiksille
essive pissiksenä pissiksinä
translative pissikseksi pissiksiksi
instructive pissiksin
abessive pissiksettä pissiksittä
comitative pissiksineen

Etymology 2Edit

VerbEdit

pissis

  1. Second-person singular imperative present form of pissiä + the suffix -s.
  1. Third-person conditional present form of pissiä + the suffix -isi. with the terminal -i of the suffix omitted as is often done in casual language.