Definition of fino
: a very dry Spanish sherry
Recent Examples of fino from the Web
But there are saltier foods than ham that beg for wine (oysters, for instance, and Muscadet; or salted nuts and fish and fino Sherry).
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Origin and Etymology of fino
Spanish, from fino fine, from fin end, from Latin finis
First Known Use: 1846See Words from the same year
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