I'm pretty sure we've got some Finns here...

Started by Oniya, September 20, 2012, 03:08:43 PM

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Looking for a translation of the word 'laulatkin'.  Babelfish and other online translators aren't doing the trick.
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I don't speak Finnish or anything, but a few searches turned up this:


laulat - Sing
laul - Song
kin - Each

Also, google tried to fix my spelling to this: laulat kuin...which means as you sing.

Maybe there is something in that...?
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