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From Middle English fin, from Old French fin (“fine, minute, exact”), probably, from Latin finitus (“literally finished (used as an adjective by Cicero, of words, well rounded)”), past participle of finere (“to limit, bound, define, terminate, finish”), from finis (“a limit, end”).

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