Noun: thirst, desire, lust, greed.
DERIVED TERMS AND PHRASES:
- Janoinen (adjective) – thirsty
- Minulla on jano – I am thirsty. (Literally ”I have thirst.”)
- Janota (verb) – to hunger (made from jano + the verbal suffix -ta/-tä)
Let’s translate the phrase, ”Juo janoon!” or ”Drink for thirst!”
Within janoon being in the illative you might suspect ”Drink into thirst” as the translation, but better idiomatic English would be ”Drink for thirst,” I believe.
The other phrase on the juice box Seka-mehujuoma means ”mixed-juice drink.”