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Isle au Haut
geographical name island Maine at entrance to Penobscot Bay — see Acadia National Park
Isle of Avalon
geographical name district, originally an island, SW England in Somerset including Glastonbury
Isle of Ely
geographical name — see Ely (Isle of)
Isle of Man
geographical name — see man (Isle of)
Isle of Pines
geographical name — see youth (Isle of)
Isle of Wight
geographical name — see wight (Isle of)
Isle Royale
geographical name island Michigan in NW Lake Superior in Isle Royale National Park
islet
noun Date: 1538 1. a little island 2. islet of Langerhans
islet of Langerhans
Etymology: Paul Langerhans died 1888 German physician Date: 1896 any of the groups of small slightly granular endocrine cells that form anastomosing trabeculae among the ...
Islington
geographical name borough of N Greater London, England population 155,200
ism
noun Etymology: -ism Date: 1680 1. a distinctive doctrine, cause, or theory 2. an oppressive and especially discriminatory attitude or belief
Ismail
geographical name see Izmayil
Ismailia
geographical name city NE Egypt on the Suez Canal population 247,000
Ismā‘īl Pasha
biographical name 1830-1895 viceroy of Egypt (1863-79)
Ismid
geographical name see Izmit
isn't
Date: 1608 is not
ISO
abbreviation International Organization for Standardization; International Standards Organization
iso-
— see is-
isoalloxazine
noun Etymology: is- + allantoic + oxalic + azine Date: 1936 a yellow solid C10H6N4O2 that is the precursor of various flavins (as riboflavin)
isobar
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary is- + -bar (from Greek baros weight); akin to Greek barys heavy — more at grieve Date: circa 1864 1. an imaginary line ...
isobaric
adjective Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1878 1. of or relating to an isobar 2. characterized by constant or equal pressure
isobutane
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1876 a gaseous branched-chain hydrocarbon (CH3)3CH isomeric with normal butane that is used especially as a fuel
isobutylene
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1872 a gaseous butylene C4H8 used especially in making butyl rubber and gasoline components
isocaloric
adjective Date: 1922 having similar caloric values
isocarboxazid
noun Etymology: is- + carb- + ox- + hydrazide Date: 1959 an antidepressant drug C12H13N3O2
isochromosome
noun Date: 1939 a chromosome produced by transverse splitting of the centromere so that both arms are derived from the dyad on one side of the centromere of the parental ...
isochron
or isochrone noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary is- + -chron (from Greek chronos time) Date: 1881 an imaginary line or a line on a chart connecting points at ...
isochronal
adjective Etymology: Greek isochronos, from is- + chronos time Date: 1680 uniform in time ; having equal duration ; recurring at regular intervals • isochronally adverb ...
isochronally
adverb see isochronal
isochrone
noun see isochron
isochronism
noun see isochronal
isochronous
adjective Etymology: Greek isochronos Date: 1706 isochronal • isochronously adverb
isochronously
adverb see isochronous
isocitric acid
noun Date: 1869 a crystalline isomer of citric acid that occurs especially as an intermediate stage in the Krebs cycle
Isocrates
biographical name 436-338 B.C. Athenian orator
isocyanate
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1872 an ester of isomeric cyanic acid used especially in plastics and adhesives
isocyclic
adjective Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1900 having or being a ring composed of atoms of only one element; especially carbocyclic
isodiametric
adjective Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: circa 1879 having equal diameters
isodose
adjective Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1922 of or relating to points or zones in a medium that receive equal doses of radiation
isoelectric
adjective Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1877 1. having or representing zero difference of electric potential 2. being the pH at which the electrolyte ...
isoelectric focusing
noun Date: 1966 an electrophoretic technique for separating proteins by causing them to migrate under the influence of an electric field through a medium (as a gel) having a ...
isoelectronic
adjective Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1926 having the same number of electrons or valence electrons • isoelectronically adverb
isoelectronically
adverb see isoelectronic
isoenzymatic
adjective see isoenzyme
isoenzyme
noun Date: 1960 any of two or more chemically distinct but functionally similar enzymes • isoenzymatic adjective • isoenzymic adjective
isoenzymic
adjective see isoenzyme
isoflavone
noun Date: 1926 a bioactive ketone C15H10O2 noted for its numerous derivatives that are found in plants (as the soybean) and have antioxidant and estrogenic activity; also ...
isoform
noun Date: 1983 any of two or more functionally similar proteins that have a similar but not an identical amino acid sequence
isogamete
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1891 a gamete indistinguishable in form or size or behavior from another gamete with which it can unite to form a ...
isogametic
adjective see isogamete
isogamous
adjective Etymology: probably from New Latin *isogamus, from is- + -gamus -gamous Date: 1887 having or involving isogametes — compare heterogamous • isogamy noun
isogamy
noun see isogamous
isogeneic
adjective Etymology: alteration of isogenic Date: 1963 syngeneic
isogenic
adjective Etymology: is- + gene + 1-ic Date: circa 1931 characterized by essentially identical genes
isogloss
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary is- + Greek glōssa language — more at gloss Date: 1925 1. a boundary line between places or regions that differ in a ...
isoglossal
adjective see isogloss
isoglossic
adjective see isogloss
isogonal
noun see isogonic line
isogonic
adjective Etymology: isogony, from is- + -gony Date: 1924 exhibiting equivalent relative growth of parts such that size relations remain constant • isogony noun
isogonic line
noun Date: circa 1859 an imaginary line or a line on a map joining points on the earth's surface at which the magnetic declination is the same — called also isogonal
isogony
noun see isogonic
isograft
noun Date: 1958 a homograft between genetically identical or nearly identical individuals • isograft transitive verb
isogram
noun Date: 1889 isoline
isohyet
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary is- + Greek hyetos rain, from hyein to rain; probably akin to Tocharian B swese rain Date: 1899 a line on a map or chart ...
isohyetal
adjective see isohyet
isolable
or isolatable adjective Date: circa 1855 capable of being isolated
isolatable
adjective see isolable
isolate
I. transitive verb (-lated; -lating) Etymology: back-formation from isolated set apart, from French isolé, from Italian isolato, from isola island, from Latin insula Date: ...
isolated
adjective Date: 1763 1. occurring alone or once ; unique 2. sporadic
isolation
noun Date: 1833 the action of isolating ; the condition of being isolated Synonyms: see solitude
isolationism
noun Date: 1922 a policy of national isolation by abstention from alliances and other international political and economic relations • isolationist noun or adjective
isolationist
noun or adjective see isolationism
isolator
noun see isolate I
Isolde
noun Etymology: German, from Old French Isolt, Iseut Date: 1851 1. an Irish princess married to King Mark of Cornwall and loved by Tristram 2. the daughter of the King of ...
Isole Eolie
geographical name — see Lipari Islands
isoleucine
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1903 a crystalline essential amino acid C6H13NO2 isomeric with leucine
isoline
noun Date: 1944 a line on a map or chart along which there is a constant value (as of temperature or rainfall)
isomer
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary, back-formation from isomeric Date: 1855 1. one of two or more compounds, radicals, or ions that contain the same number ...
isomerase
noun Date: 1927 an enzyme that catalyzes the conversion of its substrate to an isomeric form
isomeric
adjective Etymology: German isomerisch, from Greek isomerēs equally divided, from is- + meros part — more at merit Date: 1833 of, relating to, or exhibiting isomerism
isomerism
noun Date: 1838 1. the relationship of two or more chemical species that are isomers 2. the relation of two or more nuclides with the same mass numbers and atomic numbers ...
isomerization
noun see isomerize
isomerize
verb (-ized; -izing) Date: 1891 intransitive verb to become changed into an isomeric form transitive verb to cause to isomerize • isomerization noun
isometric
adjective Date: circa 1855 1. of, relating to, or characterized by equality of measure; especially relating to or being a crystallographic system characterized by three equal ...
isometric line
noun Date: circa 1911 1. a line representing changes of pressure or temperature under conditions of constant volume 2. a line (as a contour line) drawn on a map and ...
isometrically
adverb see isometric
isometrics
noun plural but singular or plural in construction Date: 1962 exercise or a system of exercises in which opposing muscles are so contracted that there is little shortening but ...
isometry
noun (plural -tries) Date: 1881 a mapping of a metric space onto another or onto itself so that the distance between any two points in the original space is the same as the ...
isomorph
noun see isomorphous
isomorphic
adjective Date: 1862 1. a. being of identical or similar form, shape, or structure b. having sporophytic and gametophytic generations alike in size and shape 2. ...
isomorphically
adverb see isomorphic
isomorphism
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: circa 1828 1. the quality or state of being isomorphic: as a. similarity in organisms of different ancestry ...
isomorphous
adjective Date: 1827 isomorphic 1a • isomorph noun
isoniazid
noun Etymology: is- + nicotinic acid + hydrazide Date: 1952 a crystalline compound C6H7N3O used in treating tuberculosis
Isonzo
or Soča geographical name river about 80 miles (129 kilometers) W Slovenia & NE Italy flowing S into Gulf of Trieste
isooctane
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1909 an octane of branched-chain structure or a mixture of such octanes; especially a flammable liquid octane used ...
isopach
noun Etymology: is- + -pach (from Greek pachys thick) — more at pachyderm Date: circa 1918 an isoline that connects points of equal thickness of a geological stratum ...
isophotal
adjective see isophote
isophote
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary is- + -phote (from Greek phōt-, phōs light) — more at fancy Date: circa 1909 a curve on a chart joining points of ...
isopiestic
adjective Etymology: is- + Greek piestos, verbal of piezein to press — more at piezo- Date: 1873 of, relating to, or marked by equal pressure
isopleth
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary is- + Greek plēthos quantity; akin to Greek plēthein to be full — more at full Date: 1908 1. an isoline on a graph ...
isoplethic
adjective see isopleth
isopod
noun Etymology: ultimately from Greek is- + pod-, pous foot — more at foot Date: circa 1835 any of a large order (Isopoda) of small sessile-eyed aquatic or terrestrial ...
isoprenaline
noun Etymology: probably from isopropyl + adrenaline Date: 1951 isoproterenol
isoprene
noun Etymology: probably from is- + propyl + -ene Date: 1860 a flammable liquid unsaturated hydrocarbon C5H8 used especially in synthetic rubber
isoprenoid
adjective Date: 1940 relating to, containing, or being a branched-chain grouping characteristic of isoprene • isoprenoid noun
isopropyl
noun Usage: often attributive Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1866 the alkyl radical isomeric with straight-chain propyl — often used in combination
isopropyl alcohol
noun Date: 1872 a volatile flammable alcohol C3H8O used especially as a solvent and rubbing alcohol
isoproterenol
noun Etymology: isopropyl + arterenol norepinephrine, from Arterenol, a trademark Date: 1957 a sympathomimetic agent C11H17NO3 used in the treatment of asthma
isopycnic
adjective Etymology: is- + Greek pyknos dense Date: circa 1890 1. of, relating to, or marked by equal or constant density 2. being or produced by a technique (as ...
isosceles
adjective Etymology: Late Latin isosceles having two equal sides, from Greek isoskelēs, from is- + skelos leg; perhaps akin to Old English sceol wry Date: 1551 1. of a ...
isosmotic
adjective Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1895 of, relating to, or exhibiting equal osmotic pressure • isosmotically adverb
isosmotically
adverb see isosmotic
isospin
noun Date: 1961 a quantum characteristic of a group of closely related subatomic particles (as a proton and a neutron) handled mathematically like ordinary spin with the ...
isostasy
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary is- + Greek -stasia condition of standing, from histanai to cause to stand — more at stand Date: 1889 1. general ...
isostatic
adjective see isostasy
isostatically
adverb see isostasy
isotactic
adjective Date: 1955 having or relating to a stereochemical regularity of structure in the repeating units of a polymer — compare atactic
isotherm
noun Etymology: French isotherme, adjective Date: 1859 1. a line on a map or chart of the earth's surface connecting points having the same temperature at a given time or the ...
isothermal
adjective Etymology: French isotherme, from is- + -therme (from Greek thermos hot) — more at therm Date: 1826 1. of, relating to, or marked by equality of temperature 2. ...
isothermally
adverb see isothermal
isothiocyanate
noun Date: 1891 a compound containing the monovalent group –NCS
isotonic
adjective Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1891 1. of, relating to, or being muscular contraction in the absence of significant resistance, with marked ...
isotonically
adverb see isotonic
isotonicity
noun see isotonic
isotope
noun Etymology: is- + Greek topos place Date: 1913 1. any of two or more species of atoms of a chemical element with the same atomic number and nearly identical chemical ...
isotopic
adjective see isotope
isotopic spin
noun Date: 1937 isospin
isotopically
adverb see isotope
isotretinoin
noun Date: 1980 a cis isomer of retinoic acid that is a synthetic derivative of vitamin A, inhibits sebaceous gland function and keratinization, and is used in the treatment ...
isotropic
adjective Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1856 exhibiting properties (as velocity of light transmission) with the same values when measured along axes ...
isotropy
noun see isotropic
isozyme
noun Date: 1959 isoenzyme • isozymic adjective
isozymic
adjective see isozyme
ISP
abbreviation Internet service provider
Ispahan
geographical name — see esfahan
Isparta
geographical name city SW Turkey N of Antalya population 112,117
Isr
abbreviation Israel; Israeli
Israel
I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English, from Late Latin, from Greek Israēl, from Hebrew Yiśrā'ēl 1. Jacob 2 2. the Jewish people 3. a people chosen by ...
Israel ben Eliezer
biographical name circa 1700-1760 Ba‘al Shem Tov Polish-Jewish religious leader
Israeli
I. adjective Etymology: Modern Hebrew yiśrĕ'ēlī, from Hebrew, Israelite, noun & adjective, from Yiśrā'ēl Date: 1948 of or relating to the people or the republic of ...
Israelite
I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Late Latin Israelita, from Greek Israēlitēs, from Israēl Date: 14th century a descendant of the Hebrew patriarch Jacob; ...
Issachar
noun Etymology: Late Latin, from Greek, from Hebrew Yiśśākhār Date: before 12th century a son of Jacob and the traditional eponymous ancestor of one of the tribes of ...
issei
noun (plural issei) Usage: often capitalized Etymology: Japanese, literally, first generation Date: 1937 a Japanese immigrant especially to the United States
ISSN
abbreviation International Standard Serial Number
issuable
adjective Date: circa 1570 1. open to contest, debate, or litigation 2. authorized for issue 3. possible as a result or consequence • issuably adverb
issuably
adverb see issuable
issuance
noun Date: 1863 1. issue 2 2. issue 9a
issuant
adjective Date: 1610 1. of a heraldic animal rising with only the upper part visible 2. archaic coming forth ; emerging
issue
I. noun Etymology: Middle English, exit, proceeds, from Anglo-French, from issir to come out, go out, from Latin exire to go out, from ex- + ire to go; akin to Gothic iddja he ...
issueless
adjective see issue I
issuer
noun see issue II
Issus
geographical name ancient town S Asia Minor N of modern Iskenderun
Issyk Kul
or Ysyk-Köl geographical name lake 115 miles (185 kilometers) long in NE Kyrgyzstan area 2355 square miles (6099 square kilometers)
Istanbul
or formerly Constantinople or ancient Byzantium geographical name city NW Turkey on the Bosporus & Sea of Marmara; former capital of Turkey & (as Constantinople) of Ottoman ...
Ister
geographical name — see Danube
isth
abbreviation isthmus
isthmian
I. noun Date: 1601 1. a native or inhabitant of an isthmus 2. capitalized a native or inhabitant of the Isthmus of Panama II. adjective Date: 1603 of, relating to, or ...
isthmic
adjective Date: 1888 of or relating to an anatomical isthmus
isthmus
noun Etymology: Latin, from Greek isthmos Date: 1555 1. a narrow strip of land connecting two larger land areas 2. a narrow anatomical part or passage connecting two larger ...
Isthmus of Darien
geographical name see Panama, Isthmus of
istle
noun Etymology: American Spanish ixtle, from Nahuatl īchtli Date: 1883 a strong fiber (as for cordage or basketwork) obtained from various tropical American plants (as an ...
Istra
geographical name see Istria
Istria
or Istra or Istrian Peninsula geographical name peninsula in Croatia & Slovenia projecting into the N Adriatic • Istrian adjective or noun
Istrian
adjective or noun see Istria
Istrian Peninsula
geographical name see Istria
ISV
abbreviation International Scientific Vocabulary
It
abbreviation Italian; Italy
IT
abbreviation information technology
it
I. pronoun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English hit — more at he Date: before 12th century 1. that one — used as subject or direct object or indirect object of a ...
it'd
Date: 1859 it had ; it would
it'll
Date: 1824 it will ; it shall
it's
Date: circa 1555 it is ; it has
itaconic acid
noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary, anagram of aconitic acid, C3H3(COOH)3, from aconite Date: circa 1872 a crystalline dicarboxylic acid C5H6O4 obtained ...
Itaipu
geographical name dam in Paraná River between Brazil & Paraguay
ital
abbreviation italic; italicized
Italia
I. geographical name see Italy II. geographical name see Italy
Italian
I. noun Date: 14th century 1. a. a native or inhabitant of Italy b. a person of Italian descent 2. the Romance language of the Italians II. adjective Date: 15th ...
Italian dressing
noun Date: circa 1902 a salad dressing flavored especially with garlic and oregano
Italian East Africa
geographical name former territory E Africa comprising Eritrea, Ethiopia, & Italian Somaliland
Italian greyhound
noun Date: 1743 any of a breed of toy dogs resembling the standard greyhound in miniature
Italian parsley
noun Date: 1972 a flat-leaved parsley
Italian sandwich
noun Date: circa 1953 submarine 2
Italian Somaliland
geographical name former Italian colony E Africa bordering on Indian Ocean capital Mogadishu; since 1960 part of Somalia
Italian sonnet
noun Date: 1613 a sonnet consisting of an octave rhyming abba abba and a sestet rhyming in any of various patterns (as cde cde or cdc dcd) — called also Petrarchan sonnet
italianate
transitive verb (-ated; -ating) Usage: often capitalized Date: 1567 italianize
Italianate
adjective Date: 1572 Italian in quality or characteristics
italianise
Usage: often capitalized British variant of italianize
Italianism
noun Date: 1594 1. a. a quality characteristic of Italy or the Italian people b. a characteristic feature of Italian occurring in another language 2. a. specialized ...
Italianization
noun see italianize
italianize
verb (-ized; -izing) Usage: often capitalized Date: circa 1611 intransitive verb to act Italian; specifically to follow the style or technique of recognized Italian ...
italic
I. adjective Date: 1598 1. a. of or relating to a type style with characters that slant upward to the right (as in “these words are italic”) — compare roman b. of ...
italicise
British variant of italicize
italicization
noun see italicize
italicize
transitive verb (-cized; -cizing) Date: 1795 1. to print in italics or underscore with a single line 2. emphasize • italicization noun
Italo-
combining form 1. Italian 2. Italian and
Italophile
adjective Date: circa 1902 friendly to or favoring what is Italian • Italophile noun
Italy
or Italian Italia or Latin Italia geographical name 1. peninsula 760 miles (1223 kilometers) long S Europe projecting into the Mediterranean between Adriatic & Tyrrhenian seas ...
Itanagar
geographical name town NE India capital of Arunachal Pradesh
Itasca, Lake
geographical name lake NW central Minnesota; generally considered as source of Mississippi River
itch
I. verb Etymology: Middle English icchen, from Old English giccan; akin to Old High German jucchen to itch Date: before 12th century intransitive verb 1. a. to have an ...
itchiness
noun see itch II
itchy
adjective see itch II
item
I. adverb Etymology: Middle English, from Latin, from ita thus Date: 14th century and in addition ; also — used to introduce each article in a list or enumeration II. noun ...
itemise
British variant of itemize
itemization
noun Date: 1894 the act of itemizing; also an itemized list
itemize
transitive verb (-ized; -izing) Date: 1857 to set down in detail or by particulars ; list
Iténez
geographical name — see guapore
iterance
noun Date: 1604 repetition 1a
iterant
adjective Date: 1626 marked by repetition, reiteration, or recurrence
iterate
transitive verb (-ated; -ating) Etymology: Latin iteratus, past participle of iterare, from iterum again; akin to Latin is he, that, ita thus, Sanskrit itara the other, iti ...
iteration
noun Date: 15th century 1. the action or a process of iterating or repeating: as a. a procedure in which repetition of a sequence of operations yields results successively ...
iterative
adjective Date: 15th century involving repetition: as a. expressing repetition of a verbal action b. relating to or being iteration of an operation or procedure • ...
iteratively
adverb see iterative
Ithaca
geographical name 1. city S central New York on Cayuga Lake population 29,287 2. (or Modern Greek Itháki) island W Greece in the Ionian Islands NE of Cephalonia area 37 ...
Ithacan
adjective or noun see Ithaca
Itháki
geographical name see Ithaca 2
ithyphallic
adjective Etymology: Late Latin ithyphallicus, from Greek ithyphallikos, from ithyphallos erect phallus, from ithys straight + phallos phallus Date: 1795 1. of or relating to ...
itinerancy
noun Date: 1789 1. a system (as in the Methodist Church) of rotating ministers who itinerate 2. a. the act of itinerating b. the state of being itinerant
itinerant
adjective Etymology: Late Latin itinerant-, itinerans, present participle of itinerari to journey, from Latin itiner-, iter journey, way; akin to Hittite itar way, Latin ire to ...
itinerantly
adverb see itinerant
itinerary
noun (plural -aries) Date: 15th century 1. the route of a journey or tour or the proposed outline of one 2. a travel diary 3. a traveler's guidebook • itinerary ...
itinerate
intransitive verb (-ated; -ating) Date: 1775 to travel a preaching or judicial circuit • itineration noun
itineration
noun see itinerate
ITO
abbreviation International Trade Organization
Ito
biographical name Prince Hirobumi 1841-1909 Japanese statesman
its
adjective Date: circa 1507 of or relating to it or itself especially as possessor, agent, or object of an action
itself
pronoun Date: before 12th century 1. that identical one — compare it 1; used reflexively , for emphasis , or in absolute constructions 2. its normal, healthy, or sane ...
Itsukushima
geographical name island about 5 miles (8 kilometers) long Japan in Inland Sea SW of Hiroshima
itsy-bitsy
adjective see itty-bitty
itty-bitty
or itsy-bitsy adjective Etymology: probably from baby talk for little bit Date: 1938 extremely small ; tiny
ITU
abbreviation 1. International Telecommunication Union 2. International Typographical Union
Ituraea
or Iturea geographical name country of ancient Palestine S of Damascus • Ituraean or Iturean adjective or noun
Ituraean
adjective or noun see Ituraea
Iturbi
biographical name José 1895-1980 Spanish-born pianist & conductor
Iturbide
biographical name Agustín de 1783-1824 Mexican soldier; emperor of Mexico (1822-23)
Iturea
geographical name see Ituraea
Iturean
adjective or noun see Ituraea
ITV
abbreviation instructional television
IU
abbreviation international unit
IUD
noun Date: 1965 intrauterine device
Iugurtha
biographical name see Jugurtha
IV
I. noun (plural IVs) Etymology: intravenous Date: circa 1955 an apparatus used to administer a fluid (as of medication, blood, or nutrients) intravenously; also a fluid ...
Ivan III
biographical name Vasilyevich 1440-1505 the Great grand prince of Russia (1462-1505)
Ivan IV Vasilyevich
biographical name 1530-1584 the Terrible ruler of Russia (1533-84)
Ivano-Frankivs'k
or formerly Stanislav geographical name city SW Ukraine population 226,000
Ivanovo
or formerly Ivanovo Voznesensk geographical name city central Russia in Europe WNW of Nizhniy Novgorod population 480,000
Ivanovo Voznesensk
geographical name see Ivanovo
ivermectin
noun Etymology: perhaps from di- + New Latin avermitilis (specific epithet of Streptomyces avermitilis, bacterium from which it is derived) + English -ect- (of unknown origin) + ...
Ives
I. biographical name Charles Edward 1874-1954 American composer • Ivesian adjective II. biographical name James Merritt 1824-1895 American lithographer
Ivesian
adjective see Ives I
IVF
abbreviation in vitro fertilization
ivied
adjective Date: circa 1771 1. overgrown with ivy 2. academic
Ivorian
adjective or noun see Ivory Coast
ivory
noun (plural -ries) Etymology: Middle English ivorie, from Anglo-French ivoire, ivurie, from Latin eboreus of ivory, from ebor-, ebur ivory, from Egyptian ?b, ?bw elephant, ...
ivory black
noun Date: 1634 a fine black pigment made by calcining ivory
Ivory Coast
or Côte d'Ivoire geographical name 1. region W Africa bordering on the Atlantic W of the Gold Coast 2. country W Africa including the Ivory Coast & its hinterland; a ...
Ivory Coaster
noun see Ivory Coast
ivory nut
noun Date: circa 1847 the nutlike seed of a South American palm (Phytelephas macrocarpa) containing a very hard endosperm used for carving and turning — compare vegetable ...
ivory tower
noun Etymology: translation of French tour d'ivoire Date: 1911 1. an impractical often escapist attitude marked by aloof lack of concern with or interest in practical matters ...
ivory-billed woodpecker
noun Date: 1811 a very large black-and-white woodpecker (Campephilus principalis) of the southeastern United States and Cuba that has a showy red crest in the male and is ...
ivory-tower
adjective see ivory tower
ivory-towered
adjective Date: 1937 divorced from reality and practical matters
ivory-towerish
adjective see ivory tower
ivorybill
noun Date: 1787 ivory-billed woodpecker

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