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- Don't put the chicken in the uni! Uni means dream, the oven is called Uuni with two Us
- "Home removal" is not to burn your house down, but only the mouldy parts (home means mould in Finnish)
- The "teippi" section in a music store is not quite correct. Teippi derives from "tape" but only in the sense of adhesive tape
- A riski person is not reckless or dangerous. Riski means "Strong"
- If someone offers you a pusu, don't expect the worse! It's only the Finnish word for kiss