Fin vs Finlike - What's the difference?
As a noun fin
As an adjective finlike is
resembling a fin, especially in shape.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
From (etyl) (m), from (etyl) (m), from (etyl) .
(ichthyology) One of the appendages of a fish, used to propel itself and to manoeuvre/maneuver.
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A similar appendage of a cetacean or other marine animal.
A thin, rigid component of an aircraft, extending from the fuselage and used to stabilise and steer the aircraft.
A similar structure on the tail of a bomb, used to help keep it on course.
A hairstyle, resembling the fin of a fish, in which the hair is combed and set into a vertical ridge along the top of the head from about the crown to the forehead.
A device worn by divers and swimmers on their feet.
An extending part on a surface of a radiator, engine, heatsink, etc., used to facilitate cooling.
A sharp raised edge (generally in concrete) capable of damaging a roof membrane or vapor retarder.
* (appendange of a fish)
* (appendage of a cetacean or other marine animal) flipper (of mammals)
* (aircraft component)
* (of a bomb) vane
* (hairstyle) Mohican
* (device worn by divers) flipper
* anal fin
* caudal fin
* dorsal fin
* paired fins
* pectoral fin
* pelvic fin
* tail fin
* unpaired fins
(senseid)To cut the fins from a fish, shark, etc.
To swim in the manner of a fish.
To provide (a motor vehicle etc) with fins.
- A neutrally buoyant diver does not need to fin to maintain depth.
From (etyl) .
(US, slang) A five-dollar bill.
* (five-dollar bill) fiver, Lincoln
Resembling a fin, especially in shape.