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  • n. The finger next to little finger; third finger; ring-finger.

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From Middle English leche fingir, læchefinger, from Old English lǣċefinger ("fourth finger, leech-finger"), equivalent to leech (“physician”) +‎ finger. Compare Old Norse lǽknisfingr ("leech-finger"), Icelandic læknisfingur.

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