Compass points are traditionally composed of cardinal directions and intercardinal directions, which are produced by dividing the cardinal directions.
Cardinal directions refer to the primary points of a compass.
|English North, 0° / 360°||Finnish Pohjoinen|
|English East, 90°||Finnish Itä|
|English South, 180°||Finnish Etelä|
|English West, 270°||Finnish Länsi|
Intercardinal directions, also known as intermediate directions, refer to the points between cardinal directions.
|English Northeast, 45°||Finnish Koillinen|
|English Southeast, 135°||Finnish Kaakko|
|English Southwest, 225°||Finnish Lounas|
|English Northwest, 315°||Finnish Luode|