[fi-nal-ee, -nah-lee] /fɪˈnæl i, -ˈnɑ li/
the last piece, division, or movement of a concert, opera, or composition.
the concluding part of any performance, course of proceedings, etc.; end.
the concluding part of any performance or presentation
the closing section or movement of a musical composition
1783, borrowed as a musical term from Italian finale “final,” from Latin finalis (see final). From 1724 as an Italian word in English. Figurative use by 1810.
noun, Movies. 1. the final edited version of a film, approved by the director and producer.
[fing-ger-fuhk] /ˈfɪŋ gərˌfʌk/ verb (used with or without object), Slang: Vulgar. 1. to stimulate the genitals of a girl or woman manually. verb [1920s+; origin unknown; perhaps related to British dialect finegue, ”to evade,” or fainague, ”to renege”]
noun, Metallurgy. 1. any of a number of small runners radiating from a single gate to distribute metal in several parts of the mold cavity.
noun 1. any of various grasses of the genus Chloris, having several narrow spikes in a terminal cluster.