Paskanauti

Small Lithuanian-Finnish-English dictionary

Last updated 1.10.2011

Part 1, resembling words with the same meaning

Lietuviškai – suomeksi – in English

 
asilas – aasi – donkey
burė – purje – sail (part of a ship)
geltona – keltainen – yellow
gerkle – kurkku – throat
jo – joo – yeah
kaklas – kaula – neck
kaltas – taltta – chisel
kirvis – kirves – axe
krantas – ranta – shore
laivas – laiva – ship/boat
lakti – latkia – to drink/lick
piemuo – paimen – shepherd
pincetas – pinsetit – tweezers
ratas – ratas – wheel/tire
rapsai – rapsi – rapeseed
siena – seinä – wall
talka – talkoo – voluntary work for friends
tiltas – silta – bridge
tortas – torttu – cake
 
 

Part 2, resembling words with different meaning

Fin-Eng, Lit-Eng

alus – ship/vessel, alus – beer
arka – sensitive, arka – arch
dokas – became drunk (slang), dokas – dock (harbour)
imu – suction, imu – I take
jos – if, jos – they (pl. fem.)
juoda – to drink,  juoda – black
juosta – to run, juosta – stripe/ribbon
kalva – gnaw! (imperative), kalva – hill
kampa – comb, kampas – angle
karta – avoid (imperative), karta – generation
kasa – pile (of stuff), kasa – pancreas
kiitos – thanks, kitos – other (pl. fem.)
kilpa – race/competition, kilpa – buttonhole/loop
kita – mouth (slang), kita – other (sing. fem.)
kuolas – salivated (slang), kuolas – pole
kuri – discipline, kuri – who, which, that (fem.)
laiska – lazy, laiškas – letter
lanka – string, lankas – circle (lanka – meadow)
loova – box (slang), lova – bed
maistas – have a taste (colloquial imperative), maistas – food
 
meno – expenditure/goings-on, meno – art
metsä – forest, medžiai – trees (pl.)
moka – goof/mistake, moka – pays (to pay, 3rd person)
padas – in the pot (colloquial), padas – sole (of a shoe)
paska – shit, pas ką? – at whose place?
paskanauti – ****,  paskanauti – taste
peili – mirror,  peilis – knife
pisti – stuck (past tense), pisti – to f**k
povas – foretold (past tense), povas – peacock
puteli – bottle (slang), butelis – bottle
raja – border/limit, raja – skate/ray (fish)
ranka – trunk (of a tree), ranka – arm/hand
sala – secret, sala – island
sija – position, sija – girder
suola – salt, suolas – desk/bench
supista – whisper, supista – f**king (adj., female gender)
tai – or, tai – it/this
taika – magic, taika – peace
takas! – come back (imperative), takas – path
tinka – argument, tinka – suits (to suit, 3rd person)
valas – whale, valas – line
varis – crow, varis – copper
vasara – hammer, vasara – summer
vilkas – lively, vilkas – wolf
Vilna – Vilnius, vilna – wool