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Explanation: This is really impossible to translate without the rest of the sintence. Hair is probably english, hairiin then means to hair or in hair.
Siis means consequently or obviously or "as you see".
Jai (actually jäi) means stayed.
So, something stayed in the hair.
xxxLokari Canada Local time: 08:26 Native speaker of: Finnish PRO pts in pair: 31