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 Translation for 'Finnish' from English to Bulgarian
ADJ   Finnish | - | -
NOUN   Finnish [language] | -
SYNO Finnish | Suomi
Finnish {adj}финландски
линг.
Finnish {noun}
фински език {м}
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Translation for 'Finnish' from English to Bulgarian

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Finnish {adj}
финландски

Finnish {noun}
фински език {м}линг.
Usage Examples English
  • Karl Jacob Gummerus, "Kaarle Jaakko Gummerus, finnish", (April 13, 1840 Kokkola – March 20, 1898 Helsinki) begin to publish "Kyläkirjasto" reader in 1872.
  • Tampereen Palloilijat or TaPa is a Finnish football club, based in Tampere.
  • His father was Gunnar Suolahti, a finnish historian of great national esteem.
  • Back in 1960 TKT played one season in finnish top flight mestaruussarja.
  • Pallo-Pojat won finnish cup in 1956. They played in Mestaruussarja in 1960 and 1961 seasons but weren't able to compete with bigger traditional Helsinki based clubs HIFK, HJK, HPS and KIF and were relegated to lower levels.

  • Club has played a total of 4 seasons in finnish premier division Mestaruussarja.
  • Saku Laaksonen (born 8 August 1970) is a retired Finnish football midfielder. He played 12 seasons in highest tier of finnish football.
  • One of the most renowned finnish modernist painters Helene Schjerfbeck spend her summers 1918-1920 in Ekenäs and lived in the town permanently 1925-1941.
  • He is trained by Tuomas Nieminen, a retired finnish speed skater.
  • Metsä ("Forest") is the first officially released demo cassette by finnish folk metal band Moonsorrow in 1997. Originally 215 copies of the demo were released, all of which were sold out.

  • This is a list of players who played at least one competitive first team fixture for both clubs either in finnish championship competition or lower division.
  • He is trained by Tuppu Nieminen, a retired finnish speed skater.
  • In 1953 he became second finnish footballer to play professionally when he moved to Red Star F.C.
  • The club logo shows the nationalities involved in the formation of the club: Finnish, English, French, South African and Australian. The club colors, blue and white, are taken from the finnish flag.
  • Also, during the First World War activists secretly travelled to Germany to receive military training and to be trained as Jäger troops ("in finnish jääkärit, in swedish jägare").

  • Langenskiöld is called the father of the finnish mark, which was the currency of Finland from 1860 to 2002.
  • Yrjö Sotiola (19 May 1913 – 1 June 1992) was a Finnish footballer.
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