[fin-suh n] /ˈfɪn sən/
[neels ry-ber] /nils ˈrü bɛr/ (Show IPA), 1860–1904, Danish physician: Nobel Prize 1903.
Niels Ryberg (neːls ˈryber). 1860–1904, Danish physician; founder of phototherapy: Nobel prize for physiology or medicine 1903
Finsen Fin·sen (fĭn’sən), Niels Ryberg. 1860-1904.
Danish physician. He won a 1903 Nobel Prize for developing a method of treating skin diseases with ultraviolet light.
[fin-spot] /ˈfɪnˌspɒt/ noun 1. any clinid fish of the genus Paraclinus, having an eyelike on the , as P. integripinnis, of California.
[fin-ster-ahr-hawrn] /ˌfɪn stərˈɑr hɔrn/ noun 1. a mountain in S central Switzerland: highest peak of the Bernese Alps, 14,026 feet (4275 meters). /German ˌfɪnstərˈaːrhɔrn/ noun 1. a mountain in S central Switzerland: highest peak in the Bernese Alps. Height: 4274 m (14 022 ft)
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/ˈfɪnzɪ/ noun 1. Gerald. 1901–56, British composer. His works include the cantata Dies Natalis (1940)