Finns) is commonly used to refer to a member of the Finn ethnic group
or a citizen of Finland
"Finn" may also refer to:
- a short form of Finnegan
- a name, meaning "fair"
- Finn (dinghy), an Olympic class of sailing dinghy
- Finn: A Novel, a 2007 novel by Jon Clinch
- Phineas Finn, an 1867 novel by Anthony Trollope and the name of its leading character
- a variant of fin, a colloquial term for the U.S. five dollar bill bearing a portrait of Abraham Lincoln
- "Finn", a song by Tori Amos for the Great Expectations (1998 film) soundtrack.
- Finn (album), a 1995 album by the Finn Brothers.
- Finn: Gaelic, an oak tree; a family or clan native to County Cork, Ireland.
- River Finn in Northern Ireland
- Finn Township, Logan County, North Dakota, in the United States
- "Finn (The Lost World)", an episode in the television series The Lost World
- As a verb, an attempt to pull rank based on how long one has been on IRC
- several legendary High Kings of Ireland (Finn or Fionn is Irish for "white", "bright" or "fair"):
- Eber Finn, 1700 BC (AFM), 1287-1286 BC (FFE)
- Cearmna Finn, 1533-1493 BC (AFM), 1155-1115 BC (FFE)
- Finn mac Blatha, 952-930 BC (AFM), 725-705 BC (FFE)
- Duach Finn, 904-894 BC (AFM), 679-674 BC (FFE)
- Ailill Finn, 795-786 BC (AFM), 586-577 BC (FFE)
- Fiatach Finn, 36-39 AD (AFM), 25-28 AD (FFE)
- Fionn mac Cumhail (Finn mac Cumhal; anglicised to Finn McCool), a legendary warrior of Irish mythology
- Finn (Frisian), a Frisian King, who appears in Beowulf and The Fight at Finnsburg
- Finn, the giant who, according to folk mythology, built the Lund Cathedral
- Finn Blakely son of Jim and Miriam
Jay Finn-The boy who according to Aberdonian folk lore single handedly caught enough fish to last the town 4 months.