finis

[fin-is, fee-nee, fahy-nis]
noun
end; conclusion.

Origin:
1425–75; late Middle English (< F) < Latin fīnis; see fine1

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finis coronat opus

[fee-nis-koh-roh-naht-oh-poos; English fin-is kaw-roh-nat oh-puhs, koh-] .
Latin.
the end crowns the work.
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finis (ˈfɪnɪs)
 
n
the end; finish: used at the end of books, films, etc
 
[C15: from Latin]

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finis
Latin, lit. end (see finish).
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