What does she mean by Moi?
And what sort of last name is Ahokainen?
Ahokainen is a Finnish last name, "aho" means meadow or clearing in the woods, and the -kainen ending turns the meaning into "person from the meadow" or such.
Moi is a common Finnish informal greeting. If you double it, "moi moi", it's something to say when leaving, like "bye bye".
Which show is she from?
>mfw I get told I have a girl's name
I'm fairly sure that influenced why they picked that name, but it still is a legit surname (though rare, with only 180 persons)
None, -nen is a very common ending for last names in Finland. There's an etymological reason for it but I don't remember it
>according to anime Aki, Mika and Mikko are girl's names
it's hilarious. I'm just waiting for the day when there's a magical princess Jorma with her faithful chambermaiden Yrjö from a vaguely finnish kingdom in some anime
Everything about her. Last episode she was randomly cosplaying as an eggplant.
Finland is being discussed
Time for the celebratory posting of the Finnish anime
Japs tend to have fun with Finnish language, and wise-versa, since the prononciation is so similar and some words in both languages mean totally different thing.
IOne old tale is about a Finnish exchange student going to Japan. Her name was "Minna Aho", which translates into "Everyone's an idiot" in Japanese, and thus they tend to find it funny.
Also, Räikkönen > animu Finn-bitch.
Ahokai colloquially means the same thing (kai marks a yes/no question), and nen is an emphatic particle in kansai-ben.
So アホかいねん literally means "are you an idiot?!" in an accent.
Also, fun fact, Martti Turunen (Marutei Tsurunen) was the first European member of the Japanese legislature.
Randomly you say? That's neat, you're great, you really are. Hey mods, what's this? Things are getting pretty intense, so what's the endgame.
Not finnish y'know
Finns are also nomadic savages, not colonists.
>I forgot what language Tove Jansson used when drawing the comics, likely english.
Why the fuck would she have done that?? Nobody in Nordic countries bothered with fucking English before late 20th century.
She definitely used swedish for the most part.
Obviously the swedish-finns and the french-canadians comparison isn't meant to be accurate in every single aspect since that'd make no sense, duh. Just in the sense that some countries have minorities who have a different mother tongue, but who are still fully "from" that country. Tove Jansson who created the Moomins is Finnish, despite having spoken a language that wasn't Finnish at home. Sweden the country doesn't play a part in it at all.
"Moi" just means "hi". It goes without saying that she misuses it massively, spamming it multiple times per sentence as a cutesy gimmick. But eh, who gives a shit. It's not like people watch anime for its stark realism.
Ahokainen is a real Finnish last name, albeit rare (only 408 uses recorded), undoubtedly chosen because it starts with "aho" and that's funny for japs apparently. I wonder why they don't just use Aho instead, since that is also a valid Finnish last name, and much more common.
Aila is still the cutest finn in anime.
Come the fuck on. She doesn't even torture anyone, let alone masturbate in public.
Language jokes cause Nips love their puns and Finnish has similar pronunciations.
Like for example, names with the -ko suffix are usually girl names in Japan while they're male names in Finland.
Also they were Axis buddies way back, and you know how much Japan likes to wank off to that.