forefinger

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Mid 15th century, from fore- +‎ finger

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forefinger (plural forefingers)

  1. (human anatomy) The index finger: the first finger next to the thumb.
    • 1866, Charles Dickens, The Signal-Man[1]:
      He touched me on the arm with his forefinger twice or thrice giving a ghastly nod each time:- []

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