How on earth do they pronounce it?
Never mind - there are those funny double vowels and double consonants that make every foreigner quite uncertain about the spelling of the whole thing...
What on earth does it mean?
Both words are of course Finnish ones.
"Naava" may be found from old unspoiled forests where there are no human pollution to be found. It is grey and harsh and You call it hanging moss or tree lichen.
"Parran" is the genetive of the word "beard" (parta in Finnish). So, all our bouviers are dogs with a beard like tree lichen.