I've learned that finnar means Finns (people of Finnish culture and language), while finländare means Finlanders (people of Finland including the Fenno-Swedes). Is that correct, or does that distinction perhaps only exist in Finland?
I've always disliked that the translation of familial relations like 'farmor' lose information when translated to the English 'grandmother'. What if it's relevant which grandmother? I think 'paternal grandmother' should also be accepted