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

a name
  • Finn (Frisian), a Frisian King, who appears in Beowulf and The Fight at Finnsburg
  • Finn or Fionn is Irish for "blonde", "bright" or "fair"):
    • Fionn mac Cumhail (Finn mac Cumhal; anglicised to Finn McCool), a legendary warrior of Irish mythology
    • several legendary High Kings of Ireland
      • Eber Finn, 1700 BC (AFM), 1287-1286 BC (FFE)
      • Cearmna Finn, 1533-1493 BC (AFM), 1155-1115 BC (FFE)
      • Finn mac Blatha, 952-930 BC (AFM), 725-705 BC (FFE)
      • Duach Finn, 904-894 BC (AFM), 679-674 BC (FFE)
      • Ailill Finn, 795-786 BC (AFM), 586-577 BC (FFE)
      • Fiatach Finn, 36-39 AD (AFM), 25-28 AD (FFE)
  • a short form of Finnegan
  • Finn (surname)
toponymy
  • River Finn in Ireland
  • Finn Township, Logan County, North Dakota, in the United States
other
  • Finn (dinghy), an Olympic class of sailing dinghy
  • a variant of fin, a colloquial term for the U.S. five dollar bill bearing a portrait of Abraham Lincoln
as a title
  • Finn: A Novel, a 2007 novel by Jon Clinch
  • Phineas Finn, an 1867 novel by Anthony Trollope and the name of its leading character
  • "Finn", a song by Tori Amos for the Great Expectations (1998 film) soundtrack.
  • Finn (album), a 1995 album by the Finn Brothers.
  • an episode in the television series The Lost World
fictional characters called Finn
  • Finn Hudson, a character in the television show, Glee.
  • Finn (comics), the eponymous hero of a comic strip of the same name written by Pat Mills, published in 2000 A.D.
  • Finn Fish, a character from the anime/manga Kamikaze Kaitou Jeanne
  • Finn (rat), a fictional rat character in the The Deptford Mice books by Robin Jarvis
  • Huckleberry Finn, the title character of the Mark Twain novel Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
  • Riley Finn, a character in the TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer
  • Finn Whitman, from the Ridley Pearson novel The Kingdom Keepers
  • Finn, a character in the Jackie Chan Adventures television series
  • The Finn, a character in William Gibson's Sprawl trilogy
  • Finn, one of the main protagonists of the animated television series, Storm Hawks
  • "Finn", a wizard character in the opera Ruslan and Lyudmila
  • Finn, the main goldfish from the Pepperidge Farm Goldfish snack crackers
  • Finn, what Nick Carraway uses for his house-maid in the novel The Great Gatsby
  • Finn the Human, one of the main protagonists in the 2010 animated series Adventure Time with Finn and Jake
  • Finn Sharkey, a troublemaker from the television series Waterloo Road.
  • Finn, a character on Tai Chi Chasers.

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... Finn (Reynaldo Rosales) Finn was a golem made from clay and brought to life by his master and creator, the demon Gammill the Collector who uses Finn's good looks and youthful appearance to lure potential victims to ... Finn's first appearance in the episode (and purpose in life) is to lure the young lady Claudia to Gammill's lair so he can shink her down and make her part of his collection ...
Suffer Never (song)
... "Suffer Never" is a song by Tim Finn and Neil Finn during their partnership as Finn Brothers ... It was first released in 1995 on their debut album Finn ...
Sailing At The 2008 Summer Olympics – Finn Class
... Finn class competition at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing took place between August 9 and 17 in Qingdao, at the Qingdao International Marina. 26 sailors competed in this Finn dinghy competition ...
Scholastic Ogham - Manuscript Traditions On Pragmatic Use of Ogham - Cryptic
... ogham to convey a cryptic message is also found in the story of the Gaelic warrior Finn McCool and his fool or clown Lomnae ... Lomnae notifies Finn of his wife’s infidelity by cutting an inscription on a four sided rod and handing it to Finn ... The message does not directly accuse Finn’s wife, but is instead a series of metaphors ‘A wooden stake ( an alder stake in one version) in a fence of silver, hellebore among edible plants ...

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