[fin-ee] /ˈfɪn i/
[gran-di-suh n] /ˈgræn dɪ sən/ (Show IPA), 1792–1875, U.S. clergyman and educator.
Albert. born 1936, British stage and film actor: his films include Saturday Night and Sunday Morning (1960), Murder on the Orient Express (1974), and The Gathering Storm (2002)
Sir Tom. born 1922, English footballer: a winger, he played for Preston North End (1946–60) and won 76 caps for England, scoring 30 goals
/ˈfɪnə/ noun 1. another name for rorqual
[fin-i-guh nz] /ˈfɪn ɪ gənz/ noun 1. a novel (1922–39) by James Joyce.
[find] /fɪnd/ adjective 1. having . [fin] /fɪn/ noun 1. a membranous, winglike or paddlelike organ attached to any of various parts of the body of fishes and certain other aquatic animals, used for propulsion, steering, or balancing. 2. Nautical. 3. Also called vertical stabilizer. Aeronautics. any of certain small, subsidiary structures on an aircraft, […]
[fin-boh-guh-daw-ter; Icelandic fin-baw-gah-doh-tir] /ˌfɪn boʊ gəˈdɔ tər; Icelandic ˌfɪn bɔ gɑˈdoʊ tɪr/ noun 1. Vigdís [Icelandic vig-dees] /Icelandic vɪgˈdis/ (Show IPA), born 1930, Icelandic political leader: president 1980–96.