|erikoinen englanniksi||extraordinary fi, curious fi, peculiar fi, special fi, cranky fi, unusual fi|
: ux|en|an extraordinary poet
*: But departing thence, when we found no houses, we were not curious in any weather, to lie 3 or 4 nights together upon any shore under the trees by a good fire.
*: little curious in her clothes
: ux|en|Young children are naturally curious about the world and everything in it.
*: But he to shift their curious request, / Gan causen, why she could not come in placenb....
: ux|en|The [[platypus]] is a curious creature, with fur like a mammal and a beak like a bird.
*: Captain Edward Carlisle, soldier as he was, martinet as he was, felt a curious sensation of helplessness seize upon him as he met her steady gaze, her alluring smile?; he could not tell what this prisoner might do.
*: And the curious girdle of the ephod, which is upon it, shall be of the same, according to the work thereof; even of gold, of blue, and purple, and scarlet, and fine twined linen.
*: his body couched in a curious bed
: The sky had a peculiar appearance before the storm.
: It would be rather peculiar to see a kangaroo hopping down a city street.
*: I saw nothing peculiar in his conduct, and thought that his arrangement of the ballot box was perfect.
*: "Wasnt it peculiar," I heard mother say, "How he wouldnt talk about himself?"
*: "Peculiar?" said father. "Well, yes, in a way."
*: "Everything about him is peculiar." Mother sounded as if she was stirred up and interested. "I never saw a man quite like him before."
: Kangaroos are peculiar to Australia.
*: This philosopher found his ideas especially in all that is practical, that is, which rests upon freedom, which in its turn ranks under cognitions that are the peculiar product of reason.
*: But of late years extensive Tertiary deposits of Miocene age have been discovered, showing that it is not a mere congeries of volcanoes; it [Iceland] is connected with the British Islands and with Greenland by seas less than 500 fathoms deep; and it possesses a few mammalia, one of which is peculiar, and at least three peculiar species of birds.
*: And purify unto himself a peculiar people.
*: hymns ... that Christianity hath peculiar unto itself
*: while each peculiar power forgoes his wonted seat
*: My fate is Junos most peculiar care.
*: Revenge is ... the peculiar of Heaven.
: a special episode of a television series
: Everyone is special to someone.
: He goes to a special school.
: The seven dark spots is a special property unique to Coccinella septempunctata.
*: The king hath drawn / The special head of all the land together.
: Were running a special on turkey for Thanksgiving.
: Thousands came to see the special that carried the Presidents coffin.
*: Using the right moves, you can sometimes chain 2 specials in a row to form multiple hit combos.
*: We had seven canoes, all of them dugouts. One was small, one was cranky, and two were old, waterlogged, and leaky. The other three were good.
: He got home from a long day at work tired and cranky.
*: Uncle Esau is as cranky as hell, and a peculiar old duck, but I think hell like a fine upstanding young man as big as you be.
: ux|en|His behavior was unusual in that it was considered childish for a man of his age.