viinanhimoinen etymology

Finnish word viinanhimoinen comes from Finnish viina, Finnish -himoinen (Having a lust, desire or craving for.)

Detailed word origin of viinanhimoinen

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
viina Finnish (fin) Booze (any alcoholic beverage). Brandy (brandy made of fermented fruit juice, usually with a modifier that specifies the raw material). Liquor (US), spirits (UK, Aus, NZ) (distilled alcoholic beverage).
-himoinen Finnish (fin) Having a lust, desire or craving for.
viinanhimoinen Finnish (fin) Addicted to alcohol.

Words with the same origin as viinanhimoinen

Descendants of -himoinen
kostonhimoinen kunnianhimoinen kunnianhimoisesti kunnianhimoisuus murhanhimoinen nautinnonhimoinen pelihimoinen rahanhimoinen saaliinhimoinen vallanhimoinen verenhimoinen voitonhimoinen