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ad finem; ad fin. (adverb) (not comparable) (Latin)
Relating to the final place; at the end.

The term ad finem, or its abbreviation ad fin., is used at or near the completion or conclusion of a piece of writing.

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Word Entries containing the term: “ad finem
Ad finem fidelis. (Latin)
Translation: "Faithful to the end."

The motto Ad finem fidelis was stitched into the family crest which hung above the fireplace in the family room.

Ad finem spero. (Latin)
Translation: "I hope to the last."

When Jane found a very old diary up in the attic, she saw the motto Ad finem spero on the cover and she remembered her grandfather using this expression when she was a toddler visiting him and her grandmother.

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Ad finem ultimum. (Latin)
Translation: "To the final end."

Said to be the motto of the Canadian Space Agency.

Esto fidelis usque ad finem. (Latin motto)
Translation: "Be faithful even to the end."
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Perseverantia ad finem optatum.
By perseverance to the wished-for end.

A motto of perseverance and steadfastness.

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