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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