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#55, RE: indefinite
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indefinite

indefinite (adj.) ( indefinites); indefinites; in- - + definitus, definire
early 15c. (implied in indefinitely), from Latin indefinitus, from in- "not, opposite of, without" (see in- (1)) + definitus, past participle of definire (see define).

define (v.) (, , ); defenir, definer - , , , ; definire - , , ; de- - + finire - ; finis - ,
late 14c., "to specify; to end," from Old French defenir, definir "to finish, conclude, come to an end; bring to an end; define, determine with precision," and directly from Latin definire "to limit, determine, explain," from de- "completely" (see de-) + finire "to bound, limit," from finis "boundary, end" (see finish (v.)). Related: Defined; defining.

. finish

1828:
FINIS ; fihines; φθίνω , , φθινάς - , , . θινός , .. , . . θινός , . . , , . / .
φθίνω , , - φ, - θ, h. .
finire - , - f - m. PMR FNR finire

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1) (. end)
2) » + , . the + , ..

. .. + . - ph - f. PNT PHNT FNT. , , , , .

, finis . - h - f.