Synonyms for miehen or Related words with miehen
Examples of "miehen"
Saanila is also known for his work in other programs, such as "W-tyyli" and "Hetimiten", and he had a role in the movie "
Vocalization or lenition is found in addition to any possible consonant gradation, e.g. "kuningas" (nominative) ~ "kuninkaan" (genitive), or "mies" ~ "
". The illatives are marked thus: "kuninkaaseen", "mieheen".
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" was covered by Neljä Ruusua on the 2002 various artists tribute album "Säkenöivää voimaa - tribuutti Sielun Veljille".
Other directors who worked for Suomi-Filmi during this period included Orvo Saarikivi, who directed among others "
Kylkiluu" (1937) and "Tottisalmen perillinen" (1940). Saarikivi later on moved to Suomen Filmiteollisuus.
Lineup on Sat 30th: Twisted Sister, Mustasch, Wold People, The Posies, Jenni Vartiainen, Von Hertzen Brothers, Cheek, Apulanta, Stam1na, Jukka Poika & Sound Explosion Band, Anna Puu, The Mama King, Michael Monroe, Anna Abreu, Antti Tuisku, Jukka Takalo, Stache, 2-7
trio and Satellite Stories.
Helena Kara was born in Salo into a family of four children. While working as a ticket vendor in a Turku cinema in 1937, she met the head of Suomi-Filmi production company, Risto Orko, who invited her for a screen test. She soon appeared in her first film, "
kylkiluu" (1937), directed by Orvo Saarikivi.
Riku Immonen has published two books in Finnish. Short humorous stories of "Adventures of Harley-Davidson man" at motorcycle forum moottoripyora.org became viral and Immonen decided to publish his first book "HD-
seikkailut" in 2008. It sold 10 000 copies and the second book "HD-mies ja löydetyn respektin menetys" in 2009 sold 5000 copies. First book has been translated to Estonian language. Immonen has also wrote articles for print magazines Fighter Magazine and FightSport.
An opposite effect was caused by the loss of *"h" and *"ð" between unstressed vowels. Loss of "h" affected nouns and adjectives ending in *"-s" or *"-h", such as "kuningas" 'king'. In the nominative, this "-s" appeared as usual, and as the preceding syllable was closed, the weak grade "ng" appeared. But when a case ending such as the genitive "-(e)n" was added, the result was originally *"kuninkasen", which was then weakened to *"kuninkahen", and the loss of "-h-" then resulted in the modern form "kuninkaan". The intermediate steps are seen in "mies" 'man'. Here, following a stressed syllable, the "-h-" was not lost, so that its genitive is "
In Finnish, prototypically the genitive is marked with "-n", e.g. "maa – maan" "country – of the country". The stem may change, however, with consonant gradation and other reasons. For example, in certain words ending in consonants, "-e-" is added, e.g. "mies –
" "man – of the man", and in some, but not all words ending in "-i", the "-i" is changed to an "-e-", to give "-en", e.g. "lumi – lumen" "snow – of the snow". The genitive is used extensively, with animate and inanimate possessors. In addition to the genitive, there is also a partitive case (marked "-ta/-tä" or "-a/-ä") used for expressing that something is a part of a larger mass, e.g. "joukko miehiä" "a group of men".
Virtually all of Lilius' output as a writer is based on his wide-ranging travels in such places as China, Morocco, and Mexico. The first mention of Lilius as a writer is as the author of the script for the 1919 Finnish film "Venusta etsimässä eli erään nuoren
ihmeelliset seikkailut" (In search of Venus—or—the Marvelous Adventures of a Young Man). During the 1920s and 30s, Lilius functioned as foreign correspondent in Asia and North Africa. During the 1920s he worked with linguist Rudolf Schuller as a photographer in Mexico. In the 1950s he lived in Morocco. In the 1930s, Lilius lived in the United States, residing in the famous Armour-Stiner Octagon house in Irvington-on-Hudson in the state of New York. In 1958 he moved to Helsinki, Finland, and devoted himself to painting.
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