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idyll a composition, often a poem, describing a simple, picturesque scene or episode such as a tale of the countryside. [4 definitions]
idyllic charmingly simple and natural, as a scene or experience; suggestive of peaceful countryside. [2 definitions]
-ie a variant of -y.
i.e. abbreviation of "id est" (Latin); that is.
-ier one involved or associated with (such an action or thing).
if on the condition that. [6 definitions]
iffy (informal) marked by uncertainty; chancy; questionable.
I formation in football, an offensive formation in which the halfback and fullback line up directly behind the quarterback.
if worse comes to worst if the worst occurs; if no other way is successful.
-ify a variant of -fy.
igloo a shelter typically made by indigenous peoples of the arctic region, often dome-shaped and constructed of blocks of ice or hard snow. [2 definitions]
igneous pertaining to rocks or geological formations produced by solidification of molten rock. [2 definitions]
ignis fatuus a phosphorescent light that appears to hover over marshes at night, possibly arising from spontaneous combustion of marsh gases; will-o'-the-wisp. [2 definitions]
ignite to cause to begin burning; set on fire; kindle. [5 definitions]
ignition the act of igniting or state of being ignited. [3 definitions]
ignoble of low or dishonorable character; contemptible. [2 definitions]
ignominious characterized by or associated with disgrace, dishonor, or shame; humiliating. [2 definitions]
ignominy the condition of being in disgrace or dishonor; humiliation. [2 definitions]
ignoramus one who is ignorant, often ridiculously so; dunce.
ignorance the condition or fact of being ignorant; lack of education, knowledge, training, or the like.
ignorant lacking knowledge or education. [3 definitions]