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Fine may refer to:



Legal terms[edit]

  • Fine (penalty), money to be paid as punishment for an offence
  • Fine, a dated term for a premium on a lease of land, a large sum the tenant pays to commute (lessen) the rent throughout the term
  • Fine of lands, an obsolete type of land conveyance to a new owner
  • Fine on alienation, common in pre-20th century law, money paid to lords by tenants whenever they conveyed any of their land, today widely reduced by law to surveyor's and legal fees in licences to assign where a lease restricts dealings

Arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

Fictional characters[edit]



Other uses in music[edit]

  • Fine (band), a short-lived late 1990s American band)|Fine (album)]], a 1994 album by Snailhouse
  • Fine, an Italian word used mostly in classical music

Brands and enterprises[edit]

  • Fine (drink), a term for some French brandy
  • FINE (printing), a print head technology used in Canon printers
  • Fine Air, an international cargo airline that operated from 1989 to 2002
  • Toyota Fine (Fuel cell INnovation Emotion) series of concept cars


  • Fine, a term for the purity of precious metals - see Fineness
  • Fine, to produce refined metal in a finery forge

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