From Old Spanish fenir, (influenced by Vulgar Latin *finiscere/finescere) from Latin fīnīre, present active infinitive of fīniō "I finish, terminate", from fīnis "end, limit, border".
fenecer (first-person singular present fenezco, first-person singular preterite fenecí, past participle fenecido)
- (transitive, rare) to end, finish, conclude
- (intransitive) to end, conclude
- (intransitive) to die, perish
- Rule: c becomes a zc before a or o.
- 1 Mostly obsolete form, still used in legal jargon and set phrases.
Other verbs with this conjugation: