I.
I
I.H.S.
I.H.S.
I.O.U.
I.R.B.
Iach’imo [Yak-e-mo].
Iago [Ya’go or E-a’-go].
Iam’bic.
Ian’the (3 syl.),
Iap’etos.
Ibe’ria.
Ibe’ria’s Pilot.
Ibid.
I’bis
Ibiis or Eblis.
Ib’raham.
Icar’ian.
Ic’aros.
Ice (1 syl.).
Ice-blink (The).
Ice-brook.
Ice Saints or Frost Saints.
Iceberg.
Iceland Dogs.
Ich Dien.
Ichneu’mon.
Ichor (I’-kor).
Ichthus
Icon Basil’ike (4 syl.).
Icon’oclasts (Greek, “image breakers”).
Idæ’an Mother.
Idealism.
Ide’alists.
I’des (1 syl.).
Id’iom.
Id’iosyncrasy.
Id’iot
I’dle Lake.
Idle Wheel.
I’dle Worms.
I’dleness.
Idol Shepherd (The),
Idom’eneus (4 syl.).
Idun’a or Idun’.
Ifa’kins.
Ifreet or Afreet or Afrit.
If’urin.
Iger’na, Igerne, or Igrayne.
Igna’ro.
Igna’tius (St.)
Ignatius Loy’ola,
Ig’neous Rocks.
Ignis Fat’uus
Ignora’mus.
Ignoramus Jury (An).
Ignoran’tines (4 syl.).
Igrayne.
Ihram.
Il Pastor Fi’do [the Faithful Swain].
Il’iad (3 syl.).
Il’iad of Ills (An).
Ilk.
Ill-got, Ill-spent.
Ill May-day.
Ill Omens
Ill-starred.
Ill Wind.
Illinois,
Illumina’ted Doctor.
Illumina’ti.
Illuminations.
Illuminator.
Illustrious (The).
Image of God.
Images which fell from Heaven.
Im’aum (2 syl.) or Imam.
Ima’us (3 syl.).
Im’becile (3 syl.).
Imbroca’do (Spanish).
Imbroca’ta,
Imbro’glio (Italian).
Immac’ulate Conception.
Im’molate (3 syl.).
Immor’tal (The).
Immortal Four of Italy (The).
Immortal Three (The).
Immortal Tinker (The).
Immortals.
Immortality.
Immu’ring (Latin).
Im’ogen.
Imogine.
Imp (Anglo-Saxon).
Imp of Darkness (An).
Impana’tion.
Impanna’ta.
Impar Congressus Achilli.
Imperial (An).
Imperium in Imperio.
Imper’tinence (4 syl.).
Impon’derables (Latin, things without weight).
Imposition.
Imposition of Hands.
Impossibilities.
Impropria’tion.
Impro’priator.
Improve the Occasion (To).
Improvis’ators.
Improvis’atrix or Improvisatrice.
In Cæna Dom’ini.
In Commen’dam (Latin).
In Esse (Latin).
In Exten’so (Latin).
In Extremis.
In Fi’eri.
In Flagrante Delicto.
In for a Penny in for a Pound.
In for It.
In Forma Pau’peris.
In Gremio Legis.
In Lim’ine (Latin)
In Loco Parents.
In Medias Res.
In Memoriam.
In Nubibus.
In Par’tibus [Infidelium].
In Perpet’nam (Latin).
In Petto (Italian).
In Posse (Latin).
In Pro’pria Perso’na (Latin).
In Prospect’u (Latin).
In Re (Latin).
In Si’tu (Latin).
In Stat’u Quo or In stat’u quo ante (Latin).
In Terro’rem (Latin).
In To’to (Latin).
In Vac’uo (Latin).
In-and-In.
Ins and Outs of the Matter (The).
Inau’gurate (4 syl.)
Inca.
Incanta’tion.
Incarnadine (To).
Inch of Candle (Sold by).
Inchcape Rock.
Incog.—i.e. Incog’nito (Italian).
Incorruptible (The).
In’cubus.
Indenture.
Indepen’dence.
Independence Day (July 4th).
Indepen’dents.
Index (The).
India Ink or Chinese ink.
India Paper.
India Proof.
Indian Arrowroot.
Indian Drug (The).
Indian File (In).
Indian Red.
Indian Summer (The).
Indians.
Indiarubber.
Individualists.
Indoors.
Induc’tion (Latin, the act of leading in).
Indul’gence (3 syl.),
Iner’tia.
Inexorable Logic of Facts (The).
Infallibility (of the Church of Rome)
In’famous
Infant.
Infant of Lubeck.
Infanta.
Infan’te (3 syl.).
Infantry.
Infernal Column.
Infer’no.
Infra Dig., i.e. Dignita’tem.
Infralapsa’rians.
Ingle (The).
Ingoldsby.
Ingrain Colours.
Ingulph’s “Croyland Chronicle.”
Injunc’tion.
Ink.
Inkhorn Terms.
Ink-pot.
Inkle and Yar’ico.
Inland Navigation.
Inn (Anglo-Saxon).
Inns of Court.
Innings,
Innis Fodhla [Island of Destiny],
Innocent (An).
Innocents.
Innuen’do.
Inoc’ulate (4 syl.)
In’ogene or Ig’noge (3 syl.).
Inquisition.
Insane Root (The).
Inscription of a Coin.
Insolence. (Latin, in-soleo.)
Inspired Idiot (The).
Instinct.
In’stitutes (3 syl.).
Instructions to the Committee.
Insu’bri.
Insult.
Insulter.
Intag’lio (Italian).
Intellect.
Intendance Militaire.
Intentions.
Inter Al’ia (Latin).
Inter Cæsa et Porrecta.
Inter Canem et Lupum.
Inter Nos,
Inter Poc’ula.
Inter Rex (Latin).
Intercal’ary (Latin).
Interdict
In’terest (Latin).
Interim of Augsburg (The).
Interlard (French).
Interlo’per.
Inter’polate (4 syl.).
Inter’preter (Mr.).
Into’ne (2 syl.).
Intoxication.
Intrigue (2 syl.),
Inure (2 syl.)
Invalide (French).
Invei’gle (3 syl.).
Invention of the Cross [discovery of the cross].
Inventors Punished
Inventors Punished.
Inves’titure. (Latin, clothing in or putting on canonicals.)
Invin’cible Doctor.
Invisibility,
Invis’ibles.
Invulnerability.
Iol (pron. Yol).
Io’nian Mode.
Ionic Accomplishments.
Ion’ic Architecture.
Ion’ic School or Ionic Philosophers.
Iormungan’dur.
Io’ta
Iphicles’ Oxen.
Iphicraten’sians.
Iphigeni’a.
Ipse Dixit (Latin).
Ipso Facto.
Ipswich.
Iram’.
I’ran.
Ireland
Ire’na.
I’ris.
Irish Agita’tor.
Irish Apricots.
Irish Stew.
Irish Wedding.
Iron.
Iron.
Iron Age.
Iron-arm.
Iron Duke (The).
Iron-hand or the Iron-hander.
Iron Horse (The).
Iron Mask.
Iron-tooth [Dent de Fer].
Iron Crown of Lombardy
Iron entered into his Soul (The).
Iron Maiden of Nuremberg (The).
Irons (In).
Ironclad (An).
Ironclad Oath (The),
Ironside.
Ironsides.
Irony.
Irony of Fate (The).
Iroquois (An).
Irrefragable Doctor.
Irrel’evant
Irresis’tible.
Irritable Genus (The)
Irspilles Felles.
Irtish Ferry.
Irus.
Ir’vingites (3 syl.).
Isaac.
Isaac of York.
Isabel,
Isabella,
Isabella.
Isabelle or Isabella (in Orlando Furioso).
Isabelle.
Isaf.
Isenbras or Sir Isumbras.
I’sengrin or Sir Isgrim,
Iseult.
Ishban,
Ish’bosheth,
Ish’monie’.
I’siac Tablet.
Isido’rian Decre’tals.
I’singlass.
I’sis.
Islam or Islamism.
Is’lamite (3 syl.).
Island of Saints.
Island of St. Brandan.
Island of the Seven Cities.
Islands of the Blessed,
Isle of Dogs.
Isle of Lanterns (The),
Isle of Mist (The).
Islington (The Marquis of).
Ismael’ians (4 syl.).
Isme’n (3 syl.)
Isme’nias.
Isme’no (in Jerusalem Delivered).
Isobars.
Isoc’rats.
Is’olde (2 syl.).
I’sother’mal Lines.
Is’rael,
Is’rafil’.
Issa.
Is’sachar,
Issland.
Issue.
Isth’mian Games.
Isthmus of Suez.
Italian Architecture.
Italian of Asia (The).
Italic School of Philosophy.
Italic Version.
Italics.
Italy.
Itch.
Itching Ears (To have).
Itching Palm (An).
Itching of the Eye.
Itching of the Lips
Itching of the Nose
Itching of the Thumb,
Ithacen’sian Suitors (The).
Ithu’riel.
Ithu’riel’s Spear.
Itin’erary (An).
Its
I’van.
I’vanhoe (3 syl.).
Ivanovitch.
Ivories.
Ivory Gate of Dreams (The).
Ivory Palaces
Ivory Shoulder.
Ivy (Old English, ifig).
Ivy (in Christian art).
Ivy Bush.
Ivy Lane (London).
Ixi’on.

 
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