Any of various plants with finger-shaped parts: such as. a : any of several legumes (as kidney vetch or bird's-foot trefoil) b dialectal, England : cuckoopint.Lady's fingers is an alternative English name for okra, the mucilaginous seed pods of a plant of the hollyhock family. Quaintly ancient as it sounds, the term, or at least its application, appears to go back no further than the early twentieth century.
If you mean a finger (noun) belonging to a lady, that would be “lady's finger”. If you mean a finger (noun) belonging to more than one ... Ladies' fingers ; lady's fingers is vernacular name. Many lady plants, their many fingers. See usage in BBC Foods recipe - Okra.
A plant lacking a permanent woody stem; many are flowering garden plants or potherbs; some having medicinal properties; some are pests. Word Family. lady's-finger. the "lady's-finger" family.