Definition of finio
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Orthography ID = 1006249
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LEM
fīniō, fīnīre, fīnīvī, fīnītus
verb (4th conjugation)
  1. to limit, bound, enclose within boundaries
  2. to stop, close, shut
  3. [figuratively] to set bounds to, restrain, check
  4. to prescribe, determine, fix, set, appoint, assign
  5. to put an end to, finish, terminate
  6. to make an end, come to an end, cease
Abbreviations
fīniō īvī, ītus, īre finis, to limit, bound, enclose within boundaries: populi R. imperium, Cs.: signum animo, L.: lingua finita dentibus.

—To stop, close, shut: cavernas, O.

—Fig., to set bounds to, restrain, check: loqui de cupiditatibus finiendis.

—To prescribe, determine, fix, set, appoint, assign: sepulcris novis modum: spatia temporis numero noctium, Cs.: mors est omnibus finita: (silva) non aliter finiri potest, i. e. has no definite boundaries, Cs.: finire senatūs consulto, ne, etc., L.: de pecuniā finitur, Ne maior consumeretur, etc., L.

—To put an end to, finish, terminate: bellum, Cs.: nigris prandia moris, H.: dolores morte: sitim, H.: ut sententiae verbis finiantur, end with verbs: Sic fuit utilius finiri ipsi, die.

—To make an end, come to an end, cease: paeone posteriore: Finierat Paean, ceased speaking, O.: sic finivit, died, Ta.
 
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