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Explanation: In Finnish the verb `(to) love' is `rakastaa', e.g. I love you - minä rakastan sinua
The noun is `rakkaus'.
(also kulta, rakas: e.g. Hello, love - Hei, kulta (Especially in British English the word `love' is often used to address virtually anyone. However, in Finnish it is a very affectionate word and only used when addressing one`s wife, husband, children etc.)
Suvi Niemelä Local time: 12:44 Native speaker of: Finnish PRO pts in pair: 16