Finns

Finns noun plural ; 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 .]
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finns

<ethnology> Natives of Finland; Finlanders. ... A branch of the Mongolian race, inhabiting Northern and Eastern Europe, including the Magyars, Bulgarians, Permians, Lapps, and Finlanders. ... Alternative forms: Fins. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Finns

• (n. pl.) Natives of Finland; Finlanders. • (n. pl.) A branch of the Mongolian race, inhabiting Northern and Eastern Europe, including the Magyars, Bulgarians, Permians, Lapps, and Finlanders.
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Finns

The Finns (in their own language called Suomalainen), are a race of people inhabiting Finland and the north-west of European Russia . In a wider sense the term Finns, with its adjective Finnic or Finnish, is applied to one of the chief branches of the northern or Uralo-Altaic division of the Turanian family of peoples and languages. The Uralo-Finni
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Finns

The terms Finns and Finnish people (Finland-Swedish: finländare - `citizen of Finland`, suomalaiset, finländare) may refer in English to the inhabitants of Finland or only to ethnic Finns, also known as Baltic Finns, not including other ethnic groups such as Finland Swedes, Russians in Finland and Somalis in Finland. The group ethnic Finns inc..
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