finders

finder

[fahyn-der]
noun
1.
a person or thing that finds.
2.
Photography.
b.
Also called viewfinder. a camera part or attachment enabling a photographer to determine what will be included in the picture.
3.
Astronomy. a small, wide-angled telescope attached to a larger one for locating objects to be studied.
4.
a person or firm that acts as agent in initiating a business transaction.

Origin:
1250–1300; Middle English findere. See find, -er1

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finder (ˈfaɪndə)
 
n
1.  a person or thing that finds
2.  physics a small low-power wide-angle telescope fitted to a more powerful larger telescope, used to locate celestial objects to be studied by the larger instrument
3.  photog short for viewfinder
4.  informal finders keepers whoever finds something has the right to keep it

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