otin etymology

Finnish word otin comes from Finnish ottaa, Finnish -in

Detailed word origin of otin

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
ottaa Finnish (fin) (intransitive, _, + illative) To touch, reach down/up to, hang down to.. (transitive) To take; to deprive of, bereave of.. (transitive, periphrase) To drink (alcohol), take (medicine).
-in Finnish (fin) Suffix variant for the illative singular, see -Vn. Instructive case suffix. (poetic) A variant for the first-person singular possessive suffix -ni. (rare) Forms the genitive plural. Forms superlative adjectives. Forms inanimate instrumental nouns from verbs.
otin Finnish (fin) A handle; server (utensil with which one takes something).

Words with the same origin as otin

Descendants of ottaa
huuliote kuristusote osaaottava osaaottavasti osanotto otaksua otanta otattaa ote otella ottaisinkohan ottaja ottamo painiote pinsettiote rekisteriote tiliote vastaanotto
Descendants of -in
aiemmin aistin avain elin etsin heitin iso isoisä isoveli isoäiti kasvain kirjoitin laskin näytin pidin pieni poltin puhelin suljin tunnistin valitsin varoitin vedin ympäriinsä