Finn

[n] - a native or inhabitant of Finland
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Finn

Group of people spread over northern and eastern Europe who speak Finno-Ugric languages. They migrated into the area from central Russia in the 1st and 2nd centuries and today live in Estonia,...
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Finn

Finn adjective A native of Finland; one of the Finn... in the ethnological sense. See Finns .
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Finn

• (a.) A native of Finland; one of the Finn/ in the ethnological sense. See Finns.
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Finn

Finn is a English boy name. The meaning of the name is `blond` Where is it used? The name Finn is mainly used In Irish.How do they say it elsewhere? Fionn ( In Irish and In Irish Mythology) See also In Irish: Fiona In Irish: Fion Finn appears In 2007`s top-1000 name list at rank 387.. 2007 was a `top year` for the name Finn. (Based on 128 years ...
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Finn

[surname] The surname Finn has several origins. In some cases it is derived from the Irish Ó Finn, meaning `descendant of Fionn`; the byname means `white` or `fair-haired`. In other cases it is derived from the Old Norse Finnr, a personal name sometimes derived from a byname, or else from compound names beginning with this word element. In...
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Finn

[Storm Hawks] I took this picture myself in July of 2007. ...
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Finn

Finn is a British, modern, farmhouse vegetarian soft-white cheese made from triple-cream un-pasteurised cow's milk - the only English triple-cream cheese made.
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Finn

[Frisian] Finn, son of Folcwald, was a legendary Frisian king. He is mentioned in Widsith, in Beowulf, and in the Finnsburg Fragment. There is also a Finn mentioned in Historia Brittonum. He was married to Hildeburh, a sister of the Danish lord Hnæf, and was killed in a fight with Hnæf`s lieutenant Hengest after Hnæf was himself killed b...
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Finn

[dinghy] The Finn dinghy is the men`s single-handed, cat-rigged Olympic class for sailing. It was designed by Swedish canoe designer, Rickard Sarby, in 1949 for the 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki. Since the 1952 debut of the boat, the design has been in every summer Olympics, making it one of the most prolific Olympic sailboats as it is t...
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Finn

Finn (pl. Finns) is commonly used to refer to a member of the Finn ethnic group or a citizen of Finland. ...
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Finn

[Misfits] Finn is a fictional character from the British Channel 4 science fiction comedy-drama Misfits, portrayed by Nathan McMullen. Finn was created to replace Antonia Thomas and Iwan Rheon, who played Alisha Daniels and Simon Bellamy, after they departed the show. Finn began appearing from series 4 episode 1, in which he was introduced ...
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Finn

[given name] Finn is a traditionally masculine given name. It originates as an Irish name that means `fair`. Today, the name is also commonly used as a male given name in Denmark and Norway (and to a lesser extent in Sweden). ==List of people with the given name Finn== ===Fictional characters=== ...
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