finmark

noun fin·mark \ˈfinˌmärk\
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finnmark

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Finmark

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Finnmark

\ˈfinˌmärk\

Definition of finmark

plural

finmarks

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finnmarks

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Finmarks

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Finnmarks

  1. :  markka

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Origin and Etymology of finmark

Swedish finmark, from finne Finnish + mark (coin), from Old Saxon; akin to Old Norse mörk mark (coin and weight) — more at finn, mark


First Known Use: 1910


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