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Etymology 1 edit. From Middle English fin, from Old English finn, from Proto-Germanic finn, fin dorsal fin compare Dutch vin, German Finne, Swedish finne, fena, from Proto-Indo-European spn backbone, dorsal fin compare Old Irish ind end, point, Latin pinna feather, wing, Tocharian A spin hook, Sanskrit sphyá, splinter, staff.
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Fin disambiguation Wikipedia.
Look up Fin, fin, fín, FIN, Fín, Fin., Fins, or fins in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. A fin is an appendage used to produce lift and thrust or to steer while traveling in water, air, or other fluid media. Fin, FIN, or Fins may also refer to.:
Fin Wikipedia.
Fish use multiple fins, so it is possible that a given fin can have a hydrodynamic interaction with another fin. In particular, the fins immediately upstream of the caudal tail fin may be proximate fins that can directly affect the flow dynamics at the caudal fin.
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