Finitude to Firetail
(Fin"i*tude) n. [L. finire. See Finish.] Limitation. Cheyne.
(Fin"land*er) n. A native or inhabitant of Finland.
(Fin"less), a. (Zoöl.) destitute of fins.
(Fin"let) n. [Fin + - let.] A little fin; one of the parts of a divided fin.
(Fin"like`) a. Resembling a fin.
(Finn) a. A native of Finland; one of the Finn in the ethnological sense. See Finns.
(Fin"nan had"die) [See Haddock.] Haddock cured in peat smoke, originally at Findon
(pron. fin"an), Scotland. the name is also applied to other kinds of smoked haddock. [Written also finnan
(Finned) a. Having a fin, or fins, or anything resembling a fin. Mortimer.
(Fin"ner) n. (Zoöl.) A finback whale.
(Finn"ic) a. Of or pertaining to the Finns.
(Fin"ni*kin) n. (Zoöl.) A variety of pigeon, with a crest somewhat resembling the mane of a
horse. [Written also finikin.]
(Finn"ish) a. Of or pertaining to Finland, to the Finns, or to their language. n. A Northern
Turanian group of languages; the language of the Finns.
(Finns) n. pl.; sing. Finn. (Ethnol.) (a) Natives of Finland; Finlanders. (b) A branch of the
Mongolian race, inhabiting Northern and Eastern Europe, including the Magyars, Bulgarians, Permians,
Lapps, and Finlanders. [Written also Fins.]
1. (Zoöl.) Having, or abounding in, fins, as fishes; pertaining to fishes.
2. Abounding in fishes.
With patient angle trolls the finny deep.Goldsmoth.
(||Fi*no"chi*o) n. [It. finocchio fennel, LL. fenuclum. See Fennel.] (Bot.) An umbelliferous
plant (Fniculum dulce) having a somewhat tuberous stem; sweet fennel. The blanched stems are used in
France and Italy as a culinary vegetable.
(||Fi"nos) n. pl. [Sp., pl., fr. fino fine.] Second best wool from Merino sheep. Gardner.
(Fin"pike`) n. (Zoöl.) The bichir. See Crossopterygii.
(Fint) 3d pers. sing. pr. of Find, for findeth. [Obs.] Chaucer.
(Fin"-toed`) a. (Zoöl.) Having toes connected by a membrane; palmiped; palmated; also, lobate.
(||Fiord) (fyrd; i or y consonant, § 272), n. [Dan. & Norw. fiord. See Frith.] A narrow inlet of
the sea, penetrating between high banks or rocks, as on the coasts of Norway and Alaska. [Written also