KJV Dictionary Definition: finish
FIN'ISH, v.t. L. finio, from finis, an end.
1. To arrive at the end of, in performance; to complete; as, to finish a house; to finish a journey.
Thus the heavens and the earth were finished. Gen. 2.
2. To make perfect.
Episodes, taken separately, finish nothing.
3. To bring to an end; to end; to put an end to.
Seventy weeks are determined on thy people, and on thy holy city, to finish the transgression, and make an end of sins.
4. To perfect; to accomplish; to polish to the degree of excellence intended. In this sense it is frequently used in the participle of the perfect tense as an adjective. It is a finished performance. He is a finished scholar.
1. Completed; ended; done; perfected.
2. a. Complete; perfect; polished to the highest degree of excellence; as a finished poem; a finished education.
1. One who finishes; one who completely performs.
2. One who puts an end to.
3. One who completes or perfects.
Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith. Heb. 12.
FIN'ISHING, ppr. Completing; perfecting; bringing to an end.