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inwrap enwrap.
inwrought worked or woven in, as a pattern in fabric.
Io in Greek mythology, a maiden whom Zeus loved, transformed into a heifer by Hera. [2 definitions]
iodide a chemical compound containing iodine.
iodine a highly reactive chemical element of the halogen group that has fifty-three protons in each nucleus and occurs naturally in compounds such as salts, and in pure form as a poisonous bluish black crystal. (symbol: I) [2 definitions]
iodize to combine iodine or an iodide with.
iodized salt ordinary table salt combined with a small amount of sodium or potassium iodide.
iodo- iodine.
iodoform a yellowish, crystalline iodine compound, used as an antiseptic.
io moth a large North American moth with prominent eyespots on each hind wing.
-ion process; act; action. [3 definitions]
ion an atom, group of atoms, or molecule that bears a positive electric charge as a result of electron loss or a negative charge as a result of electron gain. [2 definitions]
ion exchange the interchange of ions between a solid and a fluid, a process often used in water softening.
Ionia a region along the Aegean Sea of western Asia Minor (present day Turkey) colonized by ancient Greeks. [2 definitions]
Ionian of or pertaining to Ionia, a region along the Aegean Sea of western Asia Minor (present day Turkey) colonized by Ancient Greeks. [2 definitions]
Ionic of or pertaining to a region of ancient Greece in coastal Asia Minor and adjacent Aegean islands or its people, culture, language, or the like. [3 definitions]
ionic of, pertaining to, or in the form of ions.
ionium a naturally occurring radioactive isotope of the chemical element thorium.
ionization chamber a gas-filled vessel fitted with two electrodes in which the current between the electrodes is a function of the amount of ionization of the gas.
ionize to separate or change partly or completely into ions. [3 definitions]
ionosphere layers of the earth's atmosphere located above the stratosphere from about thirty to two hundred and fifty miles above the earth's surface, and composed of rarefied gases that have been ionized by radiation from the sun.