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-ian a variant of -an.
-iana variant of -ana.
-iasis a process or condition, esp. a harmful or pathological one.
-iatric of or relating to (such) a type of healing or medical treatment.
-iatrics science or practice of medical treatment; healing.
iatrogenic caused by a physician or medical treatment, esp. from drugs or surgery.
-iatry medical care; healing.
I-beam a steel beam, used for construction, whose cross section resembles the capital letter I in shape.
Iberia a peninsula occupied by Spain and Portugal; Iberian Peninsula.
ibex any of a variety of mountain goats of Eurasia and North Africa, esp. those that have long, backward-curving horns.
ibid. abbreviation of "ibidem" (Latin); in the same place; in the same book, page, or the like.
ibidem in the same place (Latin); in the same reference previously cited (used in footnotes and bibliographies to indicate that a citation comes from the same book, article, page, or the like as the previous citation). (abbr.: ibid.)
-ibility variant of -ability.
ibis any of a variety of large wading birds that have long, slender, downward-curving bills.
-ible variant of -able.
-ibly variant of -ably.
ibuprofen a type of pain-killing drug used esp. in the treatment of arthritis, and marketed as an alternative to aspirin.
-ic associated with; of; like. [5 definitions]
-ical of or pertaining to; connected with; like. [2 definitions]
Icaria an island southwest of Samos in the Aegean Sea, which, according to Greek mythology, was named by Daedalus in honor of his son Icarus, whom he buried there.
Icarus in Greek mythology, the son of Daedalus who, in trying to escape with his father from Crete, flew too high with wax-and-feather wings, and fell to his death when the sun melted them.