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irreclaimably
See irreclaimability. * * *
irreconcilability
See irreconcilable. * * *
irreconcilable
—irreconcilability, irreconcilableness, n. —irreconcilably, adv. /i rek"euhn suy'leuh beuhl, i rek'euhn suy"-/, adj. 1. incapable of being brought into harmony or adjustment; ...
irreconcilably
See irreconcilability. * * *
irrecoverable
—irrecoverableness, n. —irrecoverably, adv. /ir'i kuv"euhr euh beuhl/, adj. 1. incapable of being recovered or regained: an irrecoverable debt. 2. unable to be remedied or ...
irrecoverableness
See irrecoverable. * * *
irrecoverably
See irrecoverableness. * * *
irrecusable
—irrecusably, adv. /ir'i kyooh"zeuh beuhl/, adj. not to be objected to or rejected. [1770-80; < LL irrecusabilis. See IR-2, RECUSE, -ABLE] * * *
irrecusably
See irrecusable. * * *
irredeemable
—irredeemability, irredeemableness, n. —irredeemably, adv. /ir'i dee"meuh beuhl/, adj. 1. not redeemable; incapable of being bought back or paid off. 2. irremediable; ...
irredeemably
See irredeemable. * * *
irredenta
/ir'i den"teuh/, n. a region that is under the political jurisdiction of one nation but is related to another by reason of cultural, historical, and ethnic ties. [1910-15; < It ...
irredentism
See irredentist. * * *
irredentist
—irredentism, n. /ir'i den"tist/, n. 1. (usually cap.) a member of an Italian association that became prominent in 1878, advocating the redemption, or the incorporation into ...
irreducibility
See irreducible. * * *
irreducible
—irreducibility, irreducibleness, n. —irreducibly, adv. /ir'i dooh"seuh beuhl, -dyooh"-/, adj. 1. not reducible; incapable of being reduced or of being diminished or ...
irreducibleness
See irreducibility. * * *
irreducibly
See irreducibility. * * *
irreflexive
—irreflexiveness, irreflexivity, n. /ir'i flek"siv/, adj. not reflexive. [1885-90; IR-2 + REFLEXIVE] * * *
irreformable
/ir'i fawr"meuh beuhl/, adj. 1. insusceptible to reforming influences; incorrigible. 2. not subject to improvement; final; perfect: irreformable doctrine. [1600-10; IR-2 + ...
irrefragability
See irrefragable. * * *
irrefragable
—irrefragability, irrefragableness, n. —irrefragably, adv. /i ref"reuh geuh beuhl/, adj. not to be disputed or contested. [1525-35; < LL irrefragabilis, equiv. to L ir- IR-2 ...
irrefragably
See irrefragability. * * *
irrefrangible
—irrefrangibility, irrefrangibleness, n. —irrefrangibly, adv. /ir'i fran"jeuh beuhl/, adj. 1. not to be broken or violated; inviolable: an irrefrangible rule of etiquette. 2. ...
irrefrangibly
See irrefrangible. * * *
irrefutability
See irrefutable. * * *
irrefutable
—irrefutability, irrefutableness, n. —irrefutably, adv. /i ref"yeuh teuh beuhl, ir'i fyooh"teuh beuhl/, adj. that cannot be refuted or disproved: irrefutable logic. [1610-20; ...
irrefutably
See irrefutability. * * *
irreg
irreg abbrev. irregular * * *
irreg.
1. irregular. 2. irregularly. * * *
irregardless
/ir'i gahrd"lis/, adv. Nonstandard. regardless. [1910-15; IR-2 (prob. after irrespective) + REGARDLESS] Usage. IRREGARDLESS is considered nonstandard because of the two negative ...
irregular
—irregularly, adv. /i reg"yeuh leuhr/, adj. 1. without symmetry, even shape, formal arrangement, etc.: an irregular pattern. 2. not characterized by any fixed principle, ...
irregular galaxy
Astron. a galaxy with no specific form and a relatively low mass. [1960-65] * * *
irregular ode
      a rhymed ode that employs neither the three-part form of the Pindaric ode nor the two- or four-line stanza that typifies the Horatian ode. It is also ...
irregular variable
Astron. a variable star whose brightness variation is irregular. Also called irregular variable star. [1900-05] * * *
irregularity
/i reg'yeuh lar"i tee/, n., pl. irregularities for 2, 3. 1. the quality or state of being irregular. 2. something irregular. 3. a breach of rules, customs, etiquette, morality, ...
irregularly
See irregular. * * *
irrelative
—irrelatively, adv. —irrelativeness, n. /i rel"euh tiv/, adj. 1. not relative; without relation (usually fol. by to). 2. not pertinent; irrelevant. [1630-40; IR-2 + ...
irrelatively
See irrelative. * * *
irrelevance
/i rel"euh veuhns/, n. 1. the quality or condition of being irrelevant. 2. an irrelevant thing, act, etc. [1840-50; IR-2 + RELEVANCE] * * *
irrelevancy
/i rel"euh veuhn see/, n., pl. irrelevancies. irrelevance. [1795-1805; IR-2 + RELEVANCY] * * *
irrelevant
—irrelevantly, adv. /i rel"euh veuhnt/, adj. 1. not relevant; not applicable or pertinent: His lectures often stray to interesting but irrelevant subjects. 2. Law. (of ...
irrelevantly
See irrelevant. * * *
irrelievable
/ir'i lee"veuh beuhl/, adj. not relievable; incapable of being relieved. [1660-70; IR-2 + RELIEVABLE] * * *
irreligion
—irreligionist, n. /ir'i lij"euhn/, n. 1. lack of religion. 2. hostility or indifference to religion; impiety. [1585-95; < L irreligion- (s. of irreligio). See IR-2, ...
irreligious
—irreligiously, adv. —irreligiousness, irreligiosity /ir'i lij'ee os"i tee/, n. /ir'i lij"euhs/, adj. 1. not religious; not practicing a religion and feeling no religious ...
irreligiously
See irreligious. * * *
irreligiousness
See irreligiously. * * *
irremeable
—irremeably, adv. /i rem"ee euh beuhl, i ree"mee-/, adj. Literary. permitting no return to the original place or condition; irreversible. [1560-70; < L irremeabilis, equiv. to ...
irremediable
—irremediableness, n. —irremediably, adv. /ir'i mee"dee euh beuhl/, adj. not admitting of remedy, cure, or repair: irremediable conduct. [1540-50; < L irremediabilis. See ...
irremediably
See irremediable. * * *
irremissibility
See irremissible. * * *
irremissible
—irremissibility, irremissibleness, n. —irremissibly, adv. /ir'i mis"euh beuhl/, adj. 1. not remissible; unpardonable, as a sin. 2. unable to be remitted or postponed, as a ...
irremissibly
See irremissibility. * * *
irremovability
See irremovable. * * *
irremovable
—irremovability, irremovableness, n. —irremovably, adv. /ir'i mooh"veuh beuhl/, adj. not removable. [1590-1600; IR-2 + REMOVABLE] * * *
irremovably
See irremovability. * * *
irreparability
See irreparable. * * *
irreparable
—irreparability, irreparableness, n. —irreparably, adv. /i rep"euhr euh beuhl/, adj. not reparable; incapable of being rectified, remedied, or made good: an irreparable ...
irreparableness
See irreparability. * * *
irreparably
See irreparability. * * *
irrepealable
—irrepealability, irrepealableness, n. —irrepealably, adv. /ir'i pee"leuh beuhl/, adj. incapable of being repealed or revoked. [1625-35; IR-2 + REPEALABLE] * * *
irreplaceability
See irreplaceable. * * *
irreplaceable
—irreplaceably, adv. /ir'i play"seuh beuhl/, adj. incapable of being replaced; unique: an irreplaceable vase. [1800-10; IR-2 + REPLACEABLE] * * *
irreplaceableness
See irreplaceability. * * *
irreplaceably
See irreplaceability. * * *
irrepleviable
irrepleviable [ir΄riplev′ē ə bəl] adj. 〚ML irrepleviabilis〛 that cannot be replevied * * *
irreplevisable
/ir'i plev"euh seuh beuhl/, adj. Law. not replevisable; not capable of being replevied. Also, irrepleviable /ir'i plev"ee euh beuhl/. [1615-25; IR-2 + REPLEVISABLE] * * *
irrepressibility
See irrepressible. * * *
irrepressible
—irrepressibility, irrepressibleness, n. —irrepressibly, adv. /ir'i pres"euh beuhl/, adj. incapable of being repressed or restrained; uncontrollable: irrepressible ...
irrepressibleness
See irrepressibility. * * *
irrepressibly
See irrepressibility. * * *
irreproachability
See irreproachable. * * *
irreproachable
—irreproachableness, irreproachability, n. —irreproachably, adv. /ir'i proh"cheuh beuhl/, adj. not reproachable; free from blame. [1625-35; IR-2 + REPROACHABLE] Syn. ...
irreproachableness
See irreproachability. * * *
irreproachably
See irreproachability. * * *
irreproducible
—irreproducibility, n. /i ree'preuh dooh"seuh beuhl, -dyooh"-/, adj. not reproducible. [1865-70; IR-2 + REPRODUCIBLE] * * *
irresistibility
See irresistible. * * *
irresistible
—irresistibility, irresistibleness, n. —irresistibly, adv. /ir'i zis"teuh beuhl/, adj. 1. not resistible; incapable of being resisted or withstood: an irresistible ...
irresistibleness
See irresistibility. * * *
irresistibly
See irresistibility. * * *
irresoluble
—irresolubility, n. /ir'i zol"yeuh beuhl, i rez"euhl-/, adj. 1. incapable of being solved or clarified. 2. Archaic. a. incapable of being resolved into component parts; ...
irresolute
—irresolutely, adv. —irresoluteness, n. /i rez"euh looht'/, adj. not resolute; doubtful; infirm of purpose; vacillating. [1565-75; IR-2 + RESOLUTE] * * *
irresolutely
See irresolute. * * *
irresoluteness
See irresolutely. * * *
irresolution
/i rez'euh looh"sheuhn/, n. lack of resolution; lack of decision or purpose; vacillation. [1585-95; IRRESOLUTE + -ION] * * *
irresolvable
—irresolvability, irresolvableness, n. /ir'i zol"veuh beuhl/, adj. not resolvable; incapable of being resolved, analyzable, or solvable. [1650-60; IR-2 + RESOLVABLE] * * *
irrespective
—irrespectively, adv. /ir'i spek"tiv/, adj. without regard to something else, esp. something specified; ignoring or discounting (usually fol. by of): Irrespective of my wishes, ...
irrespectively
See irrespective. * * *
irrespectiveof
irrespective of prep. Without consideration of; regardless of. * * *
irrespirable
/i res"peuhr euh beuhl, ir'i spuyeur"euh beuhl/, adj. not respirable; unfit for breathing. [1815-25; < LL irrespirabilis. See IR-2, RESPIRABLE] * * *
irresponsibility
See irresponsible. * * *
irresponsible
—irresponsibility, irresponsibleness, n. —irresponsibly, adv. /ir'i spon"seuh beuhl/, adj. 1. said, done, or characterized by a lack of a sense of responsibility: His refusal ...
irresponsibleness
See irresponsibility. * * *
irresponsibly
See irresponsibility. * * *
irresponsive
—irresponsiveness, n. /ir'i spon"siv/, adj. not responsive; not responding, or not responding readily, as in speech, action, or feeling. [1840-50; IR-2 + RESPONSIVE] * * *
irresponsively
See irresponsive. * * *
irresponsiveness
See irresponsively. * * *
irretentive
—irretentiveness, irretention, n. /ir'i ten"tiv/, adj. not retentive; lacking power to retain, esp. mentally. [1740-50; IR-2 + RETENTIVE] * * *
irretraceable
—irretraceably, adv. /ir'i tray"seuh beuhl/, adj. not retraceable; unable to be retraced. [1840-50; IR-2 + RETRACEABLE] * * *
irretrievability
See irretrievableness. * * *
irretrievable
—irretrievability, irretrievableness, n. —irretrievably, adv. /ir'i tree"veuh beuhl/, adj. not retrievable; irrecoverable; irreparable. [1695-1705; IR-2 + RETRIEVABLE] * * *
irretrievableness
See irretrievable. * * *
irretrievably
See irretrievableness. * * *
irreverence
/i rev"euhr euhns/, n. 1. the quality of being irreverent; lack of reverence or respect. 2. an irreverent act or statement. 3. the condition of not being reverenced, venerated, ...
irreverent
—irreverently, adv. /i rev"euhr euhnt/, adj. not reverent; manifesting or characterized by irreverence; deficient in veneration or respect: an irreverent reply. [1485-95; < L ...
irreverently
See irreverent. * * *
irreversibility
See irreversible. * * *
irreversible
—irreversibility, irreversibleness, n. —irreversibly, adv. /ir'i verr"seuh beuhl/, adj. not reversible; incapable of being changed: His refusal is irreversible. [1620-30; ...
irreversibleness
See irreversibility. * * *
irreversibly
See irreversibility. * * *
irrevocability
See irrevocable. * * *
irrevocable
—irrevocability, irrevocableness, n. —irrevocably, adv. /i rev"euh keuh beuhl/, adj. not to be revoked or recalled; unable to be repealed or annulled; unalterable: an ...
irrevocableness
See irrevocability. * * *
irrevocably
See irrevocability. * * *
irrigable
—irrigably, adv. /ir"i geuh beuhl/, adj. capable of being irrigated. [1835-45; IRRIG(ATE) + -ABLE] * * *
irrigate
—irrigator, n. /ir"i gayt'/, v.t., irrigated, irrigating. 1. to supply (land) with water by artificial means, as by diverting streams, flooding, or spraying. 2. Med. to supply ...
irrigation
—irrigational, adj. /ir'i gay"sheuhn/, n. 1. the artificial application of water to land to assist in the production of crops. 2. Med. the flushing or washing out of anything ...
irrigation and drainage
▪ agriculture Introduction  artificial application of water to land and artificial removal of excess water from land, respectively. Some land requires irrigation or drainage ...
irrigational
See irrigation. * * *
irrigative
/ir"i gay'tiv/, adj. serving for or pertaining to irrigation. [1860-65; IRRIGATE + -IVE] * * *
irrigator
See irrigation. * * *
irriguous
/i rig"yooh euhs/, adj. Archaic. well-watered, as land. [1645-55; < L irriguus, equiv. to irrig(are) to wet (see IRRIGATE) + -uus deverbal adj. suffix] * * *
irritability
/ir'i teuh bil"i tee/, n., pl. irritabilities. 1. the quality or state of being irritable. 2. Physiol., Biol. the ability to be excited to a characteristic action or function by ...
irritable
—irritableness, n. —irritably, adv. /ir"i teuh beuhl/, adj. 1. easily irritated or annoyed; readily excited to impatience or anger. 2. Physiol., Biol. displaying ...
irritable bowel syndrome
Pathol. any combination of common disturbances of the bowel, as diarrhea or constipation, occurring with abdominal pain, sometimes accompanied by psychological stress. Abbr.: IBS ...
irritable heart
Pathol. See cardiac neurosis. [1860-65] * * *
irritablebowel syndrome
irritable bowel syndrome n. A disorder characterized by abnormally increased motility of the small and large intestines, producing abdominal pain, constipation, or diarrhea. Also ...
irritableness
See irritable. * * *
irritably
See irritableness. * * *
irritant
—irritancy, n. /ir"i tnt/, adj. 1. tending to cause irritation; irritating. n. 2. anything that irritates. 3. Physiol., Pathol. a biological, chemical, or physical agent that ...
irritate
—irritator, n. /ir"i tayt'/, v., irritated, irritating. v.t. 1. to excite to impatience or anger; annoy. 2. Physiol., Biol. to excite (a living system) to some characteristic ...
irritated
—irritatedly, adv. /ir"i tay'tid/, adj. 1. angered, provoked, or annoyed. 2. inflamed or made raw, as a part of the body. [1585-95; IRRITATE + -ED2] * * *
irritating
—irritatingly, adv. /ir"i tay'ting/, adj. causing irritation; annoying; provoking: irritating questions. [1700-10; IRRITATE + -ING2] * * *
irritatingly
See irritate. * * *
irritation
/ir'i tay"sheuhn/, n. 1. the act of irritating or the state of being irritated. 2. something that irritates. 3. Physiol., Pathol. a. the bringing of a bodily part or organ to an ...
irritative
—irritativeness, n. /ir"i tay'tiv/, adj. 1. serving or tending to irritate. 2. Pathol. characterized or produced by irritation of some body part: an irritative fever. [1680-90; ...
irritator
See irritatingly. * * *
irrorate
—irroration, n. /ir"euh rayt', i rawr"it, i rohr"-/, adj. Zool. marked with small spots of color; speckled. Also, irrorated. [ < L irroratus, ptp. of irrorare to bedew, equiv. ...
irrotational
—irrotationally, adv. /ir'oh tay"sheuh nl/, adj. 1. not having rotation. 2. Math. conservative (def. 7). [1870-75; IR-2 + ROTATIONAL] * * *
irrupt
/i rupt"/, v.i. 1. to break or burst in suddenly. 2. to manifest violent activity or emotion, as a group of persons. 3. (of animals) to increase suddenly in numbers through a ...
irruption
/i rup"sheuhn/, n. 1. a breaking or bursting in; a violent incursion or invasion. 2. Ecol. a sudden increase in an animal population. [1570-80; < L irruption- (s. of irruptio), ...
irruptive
—irruptively, adv. /i rup"tiv/, adj. 1. of, pertaining to, or characterized by irruption. 2. irrupting or tending to irrupt. 3. Petrol. intrusive. [1585-95; IRRUPT + -IVE] * * *
irruptively
See irruptive. * * *
IRS
Internal Revenue Service. * * *
Irtysh
/ir tish"/, n. a river in central Asia, flowing NW from the Altai Mountains in China through NE Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation to the Ob River. ab. 1840 mi. (2960 km) ...
Irtysh River
Kazakh Ertis River rising in the Altai Mountains in Xinjiang autonomous region, China. It flows west across the Chinese border and then northwest through Kazakhstan into ...
Iruma
▪ Japan       city, Saitama ken (prefecture), Honshu, Japan, on the Iruma River. The city is located on the Musashino uplands and the southern part of the Kaji hills. ...
Irun
▪ Spain Spanish  Irún        city, Guipúzcoa provincia (province), in the Basque Country comunidad autónoma (autonomous community), northern Spain. It is ...
Irvine
/err"vuyn/ for 1; /err"vin/ for 2, n. 1. a city in SW California. 62,134. 2. Also, Irvin. a male given name. * * * Royal burgh and seaport (pop., 1991: 32,988), North Ayrshire ...
Irvine Welsh
➡ Welsh (II) * * *
Irving
/err"ving/, n. 1. Sir Henry (John Henry Brodribb), 1838-1905, English actor. 2. Washington, 1783-1859, U.S. essayist, story writer, and historian. 3. a city in NE Texas, near ...
Irving Berlin
➡ Berlin (I) * * *
Irving Thalberg
➡ Thalberg * * *
Irving, Edward
▪ Scottish minister born August 4, 1792, Annan, Dumfries [now in Dumfries and Galloway], Scotland died December 7, 1834, Glasgow, Strathclyde [now in City of Glasgow council ...
Irving, John
▪ American author in full  John Winslow Irving  born March 2, 1942, Exeter, New Hampshire, U.S.       American novelist and short-story writer who established his ...
Irving, John (Winslow)
born March 2, 1942, Exeter, N.H., U.S. U.S. novelist. He taught at several universities before beginning to write full-time in the late 1970s. His best-selling The World ...
Irving, Kenneth Colin
▪ Canadian industrialist born March 14, 1899, Buchtouche, N.B., Can. died Dec. 13, 1992, St. John, N.B.       Canadian industrialist whose vast business empire ...
Irving, Sir Henry
orig. John Henry Brodribb born Feb. 6, 1838, Keinton Mandeville, Somerset, Eng. died Oct. 13, 1905, Bradford, Yorkshire British actor. He toured for 10 years with a stock ...
Irving, Washington
born April 3, 1783, New York, N.Y., U.S. died Nov. 28, 1859, Tarrytown, N.Y. U.S. author, called the "first American man of letters. " He began his career as a lawyer but soon ...
Irving,John
Irving, John. Born 1942. American writer. His darkly humorous novels include The World According to Garp (1978) and The Cider House Rules (1985). * * *
Irving,Sir Henry
Irving, Sir Henry. 1838-1905. British Shakespearean actor whose productions, particularly those at London's Lyceum Theatre, won him the first knighthood awarded to a member of ...
Irving,Washington
Irving, Washington. 1783-1859. American writer remembered for the stories “Rip Van Winkle” and “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,” contained in The Sketch Book (1819-1820). * ...
Irvingite
/err"ving uyt'/, n. a member of the Catholic Apostolic Church. * * *
Irvington
/err"ving teuhn/, n. a town in NE New Jersey, near Newark. 61,493. * * * ▪ New Jersey, United States       township (town), Essex county, northeastern New Jersey, ...
Irwin
/err"win/, n. 1. Wallace, 1875-1959, U.S. journalist and humorist. 2. his brother William Henry ("Will"), 1873-1948, U.S. novelist, short-story writer, and journalist. 3. a male ...
Irwin, Elisabeth Antoinette
▪ American educator born Aug. 29, 1880, Brooklyn, N.Y. died Oct. 16, 1942, New York City       American educator, psychologist, and one of the leaders of the ...
Irwin, James B.
▪ American astronaut in full  James Benson Irwin   born March 17, 1930, Pittsburgh, Pa., U.S. died Aug. 8, 1991, Glenwood Springs, Colo.  American astronaut, pilot of the ...
Irwin, May
▪ American comedian original name  Ada Campbell  born June 27, 1862, Whitby, Canada West [now Ontario, Can.] died Oct. 22, 1938, New York, N.Y., U.S.  Canadian-born ...
Irwin, Steve
▪ 2007 Stephen Robert Irwin  Australian wildlife conservationist and television personality (b. Feb. 22, 1962, Essendon, Vic., Australia—d. Sept. 4, 2006, off the coast of ...
Irzykowski, Karol
▪ Polish author and critic born January 25, 1873, Błaszkowa, Austria-Hungary [now in Poland] died November 2, 1944, Żyrardów, Poland       Polish novelist and ...
is
/iz/, v. 1. 3rd pers. sing. pres. indic. of be. 2. as is. See as1 (def. 21). [bef. 900; ME, OE; c. D is, ON es, er, G, Goth ist, L est, Gk estí, OCS jesti, Skt asti] * * *
is-
var. of iso- before a vowel: isallobar. * * *
Is.
1. Isaiah. 2. island. 3. isle. * * *
is.
1. island. 2. isle. * * *
Isa
Isa or Is Bible abbrev. Bible Isaiah * * * (in full individual savings account) a type of savings account introduced in Britain in 1999 which allows someone to save money each ...
Isā ibn Mūsāʿ
▪ Islamic military leader died 784       nephew of the first two ʿAbbāsid caliphs, military leader, and at one time presumptive heir to the ...
Isa.
Isaiah. * * *
Isaac
/uy"zeuhk/, n. 1. a son of Abraham and Sarah, and father of Jacob. Gen. 21:1-4. 2. a male given name: from a Hebrew word meaning "laughter." * * * (as used in ...
Isaac Asimov
➡ Asimov * * *
Isaac Bashevis Singer
➡ Singer (II) * * *
Isaac ben Moses Of Vienna
▪ European scholar byname  Isaac Or Zaruʿa   born c. 1180 died c. 1250, , Vienna       medieval codifier of Jewish law (Halakha (Halakhah)) whose vast compilation, ...
Isaac I Comnenus
▪ Byzantine emperor born c. 1005 died c. 1061, Constantinople, Byzantine Empire [now Istanbul, Turkey]  Byzantine emperor who restored economic stability at home and built up ...
Isaac II Angelus
born с 1135 died February 1204 Byzantine emperor (1185–95). Proclaimed emperor by the Constantinople mob that murdered his cousin, Andronicus I Comnenus, he drove the ...
Isaac Newton
➡ Newton * * *
Isaac Of Antioch
▪ Syrian theologian and writer also called  Isaac The Great   died c. 460       Syrian writer, probably a priest of an independent Syrian Christian church and author ...
Isaac of Nineveh
▪ Syrian bishop also called  Isaac the Syrian,  or  Isaac Syrus   died c. 700, near Susa in Umayyad Iran       Syrian bishop, theologian, and monk whose writings on ...
Isaac of Stella
born с 1100, England died с 1169, Étoile, near Poitiers, Aquitaine Monk, philosopher, and theologian. Isaac joined the Cistercians during the reforms carried out by St. ...
Isaac Rosenberg
➡ Rosenberg (II) * * *
Isaac Singer
➡ Singer (I) * * *
Isaac Stern
➡ Stern * * *
Isaac the Great, Saint
▪ Armenian religious leader Armenian Sahak born c. 345 died , probably Sept. 7, 439, Ashtishat, Armenia; feast days two weeks before Lent and early in ...
Isaac, Heinrich
born с 1450, Brabant died 1517, Florence Flemish composer. He spent much of his career in Italy, especially Florence, but was known as a leading representative of the ...
Isaacs
/uy"zeuhks/ for 1; /ee sahks"/ for 2, n. 1. Sir Isaac Alfred, 1855-1948, Australian jurist: governor general of Australia 1931-36. 2. Jorge /hawrdd"hay/. 1837-95, Colombian ...
Isaacs, Jorge
▪ Colombian writer born April 1, 1837, Cali, Cauca, Colom. died April 17, 1895, Ibagué       Colombian poet and novelist whose best work, María (1867; Maria: A South ...
Isabel
/iz"euh bel'/, n. a female given name. Also, Isabelle, Isabella /iz'euh bel"euh/. * * * (as used in expressions) Santa Isabel Isabel la Católica Perón Isabel Martínez ...
Isabela
/iz'euh bel"euh/; Sp. /ee'sah ve"lah/, n. 1. a city in NW Puerto Rico. 12,087. 2. former name of Basilan (def. 2). * * *
Isabela Island
Island, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador. It is the largest of the Galapagos Islands, located in the eastern Pacific Ocean west of mainland Ecuador. It has an area of 1,650 sq mi ...
IsabelaIsland
Is·a·bel·a Island (ĭz'ə-bĕlʹə) The largest of the Galápagos Islands of Ecuador, in the Pacific Ocean on the equator. * * *
Isabella
/iz'euh bel"euh/, n. (Isabella, or the Pot of Basil) a narrative poem (1820) by John Keats. * * * (as used in expressions) Crawford Isabella Valancy Isabella Augusta ...
Isabella Clara Eugenia, archduchess of Austria
▪ archduchess of Austria German  Erzherzogin von Österreich  born Aug. 12, 1566, Segovia, Spain died Dec. 1, 1633, Brussels       infanta of Spain who became the ...
Isabella Farnese
born Oct. 25, 1692, Parma, Duchy of Parma died July 11, 1766, Aranjuez, Spain Queen consort of Philip V of Spain. A member of the ducal Farnese family of Parma, she became ...
Isabella I
("the Catholic") 1451-1504, wife of Ferdinand V: queen of Castile 1474-1504; joint ruler of Aragon 1479-1504. * * * known as Isabella the Catholic Spanish Isabel la ...
Isabella II
Spanish Isabel born Oct. 10, 1830, Madrid, Spain died April 9, 1904, Paris, France Queen of Spain (1833–68). She was the daughter of Ferdinand VII, and the issue of her ...
Isabella of Bavaria
▪ queen of France Isabella also rendered  Elizabeth , French  Isabeau , or  Élisabeth, de Bavière  born 1371 died September 1435, Paris       queen consort of ...
Isabella Of France
▪ queen of England born 1292 died Aug. 23, 1358       queen consort of Edward II of England, who played a principal part in the deposition of the King in ...
IsabellaI
Is·a·bel·la I (ĭz'ə-bĕlʹə), Known as “Isabella the Catholic.” 1451-1504. Queen of Castile (1474-1504). Her marriage in 1469 to Ferdinand V of Castile and León ...
Isabelle
Isabelle [iz′ə bel΄] n. 〚Fr〛 a feminine name: dim. Belle: see ISABEL * * *
Isabelline
▪ architectural style  vigorous, inventive, and cosmopolitan architectural style created during the joint reign of Ferdinand of Aragon and Isabella of Castile, which in turn ...
Isabey, Jean-Baptiste
▪ French painter born April 11, 1767, Nancy, France died April 18, 1855, Paris       gifted French painter and printmaker, specializing in portraits and miniatures. He ...
isabnormal
/uy'sab nawr"meuhl/, n. Meteorol. a line on a map or chart connecting points having an equal deviation from the normal value of some meteorological quantity, as ...
isacoustic
/uy'seuh kooh"stik/ or, esp. Brit., /uy'seuh kow"-/, adj. of or pertaining to two sounds of equal intensity. [1895-1900; IS- + ACOUSTIC] * * *
Isadora
/iz'euh dawr"euh, -dohr"euh/, n. a female given name: derived from Isidor. * * *
Isadora Duncan
➡ Duncan * * *
Isadore
/iz"euh dawr', -dohr'/, n. a male given name: from the Greek word meaning "gift of Isis." * * *
Isaeus
▪ Greek speech writer flourished first half of the 4th century BC, Athens [Greece]       professional speech writer specializing in testamentary law, whose lucidity and ...
isagoge
/uy"seuh goh'jee, uy'seuh goh"jee/, n. 1. an introduction, esp. a scholarly introduction to a field of study or research. 2. isagogics. [1645-55; < L isagoga < Gk eisagogé, ...
isagogic
—isagogically, adv. /uy'seuh goj"ik/, adj. 1. introductory, esp. to the interpretation of the Bible. n. 2. isagogics. [1820-30; < L isagogicus < Gk eisagogikós. See ISAGOGE, ...
isagogics
/uy'seuh goj"iks/, n. (used with a sing. v.) 1. introductory studies. 2. the branch of theology that is introductory to Bible study and exegesis. Also, isagogic, ...
Isahaya
▪ Japan  city, Nagasaki ken (prefecture), Kyushu, Japan, at the neck of the three peninsulas of Shimabara, Nagasaki, and Nishisonoki. The city has been an important ...
Isai
/uy"zuy/, n. Douay Bible. Jesse. * * *
Isaiah
/uy zay"euh/ or, esp. Brit., /uy zuy"euh/, n. 1. Also called Isaiah of Jerusalem. a Major Prophet of the 8th century B.C. 2. a book of the Bible bearing his name. Abbr.: Isa. 3. ...
Isaiah Berlin
➡ Berlin (II) * * *
Isaiah, Ascension of
▪ pseudepigraphal work       pseudepigraphal work surviving intact only in a 5th–7th-century-AD Ethiopic edition. Fragments exist in Greek, Coptic, Latin, and Old ...
Isaiah, Book of
▪ Old Testament also spelled  Isaias,         one of the major prophetical writings of the Old Testament. The superscription identifies Isaiah as the son of Amoz and ...
Isaian
/uy zay"euhn/ or, esp. Brit., /uy zuy"/, adj. of, pertaining to, or characteristic of Isaiah or of the book of the Bible bearing his name. Also, Isaianic /uy'zay an"ik/ or, esp. ...
isallobar
/uy sal"euh bahr'/, n. Meteorol. a line on a weather map or chart connecting points having equal pressure changes. [1910-15; IS- + ALLO- + -BAR] * * *
isallotherm
/uy sal"euh therrm'/, n. Meteorol. a line on a weather map or chart connecting points having equal temperature variations within a given period of time. [IS- + ALLO- + -THERM] * ...
Isambard Kingdom Brunel
➡ Brunel * * *
Isandhlwana and Rorke's Drift, Battles of
▪ South African history       (Jan. 22–23, 1879), the major battles of the Zulu War, in South Africa. At Isandhlwana, the British failure to defend their encampment ...
isandrous
/uy san"dreuhs/, adj. Bot. having the stamens similar to each other and equal in number to the petals. [IS- + ANDROUS] * * *
isanomal
—isanomalous, adj. /uy'seuh nom"euhl/, n. Meteorol. a line on a map or chart connecting points having an equal anomaly of a meteorological quantity. Cf. isabnormal. [1880-85; ...
isanthous
/uy san"theuhs/, adj. Bot. having regular flowers. [1850-55; < NL isanthus. See IS-, -ANTHOUS] * * *
Isar
/ee"zahr/, n. a river in central Europe, flowing NE from W Austria through S Germany to the Danube River. 215 mi. (345 km) long. * * *
Isar River
▪ river, Europe  river, Bavaria Land (state), southern Germany. Rising at an elevation of 5,741 feet (1,750 m) in the Karwendelgebirge, just northeast of Innsbruck, Austria, ...
isarithm
/uy"seuh ridh'euhm/, n. isopleth. [IS- + -arithm, as in LOGARITHM] * * *
isatin
/uy"seuh tin/, n. Chem. a yellowish-red or orange, crystalline, water-soluble solid, C8H5NO2, used chiefly in the synthesis of vat dyes. [1835-45; < Gk isát(is) woad + -IN2] * * ...
Isauria
▪ ancient district, Turkey       ancient inland district of south-central Anatolia. Its inhabitants, a mountain people described by Greco-Roman authors as warlike and ...
isauxesis
—isauxetic /uy'sawg zet"ik, uy'sawk set"-/, adj. /uy'sawg zee"sis, uy'sawk see"-/, n. Biol. growth of a part at the same rate as that of the whole organism. [IS- + AUXESIS] * * ...
isba
/iz bah"/, n. izba. * * *
ISBA
International Seabed Authority. * * *
ISBN
See International Standard Book Number. * * *
Iscariot
—Iscariotic /i skar'ee ot"ik/, Iscariotical, adj. —Iscariotism, n. /i skar"ee euht/, n. 1. the surname of Judas, the betrayer of Jesus. Mark 3:19; 14:10, 11. 2. a person who ...
ischemia
—ischemic /i skee"mik, -skem"ik/, adj. /i skee"mee euh/, n. Pathol. local deficiency of blood supply produced by vasoconstriction or local obstacles to the arterial flow. Also, ...
ischemic
See ischemia. * * *
Ischia
/ee"skyah/, n. 1. an Italian island in the Tyrrhenian Sea, W of Naples: earthquake 1883. 18 sq. mi. (47 sq. km). 2. a seaport on this island. 14,139. * * * Island, southern ...
Ischia, Island of
▪ island, Italy Italian  Isola d'Ischia,  Latin  Aenaria        island at the northwest entrance to the Bay of Naples, opposite Capo (cape) Miseno, Campania ...
ischial
See ischium. * * *
ischium
—ischiadic /is'kee ad"ik/, ischiatic /is'kee at"ik/, ischial, adj. /is"kee euhm/, n., pl. ischia /-kee euh/. Anat. 1. the lower portion of either innominate bone. See diag. ...
Ischys
/is"kis/, n. Class. Myth. a youth who was slain after committing an act of infidelity with Coronis, the beloved of Apollo. * * *
ISDN
ISDN abbrev. integrated services digital network * * * ISDN abbr. Integrated Services Digital Network. * * * in full Integrated Services Digital Network Digital ...
Ise
(as used in expressions) Ise Shrine Ise daijingu Grand Shrine of Ise * * * ▪ Japan formerly (until 1956)  Uji-Yamada   city, Mie ken (prefecture), southern Honshu, Japan, ...
Ise Shintō
▪ Japanese religion also called  Watarai Shintō,         school of Shintō established by priests of the Watarai family who served at the Outer Shrine of the Ise ...
Ise Shrine
in full Grand Shrine of Ise Japanese Ise-daijingū Foremost Shintō shrine in Japan, at Ise, in southern Honshu. The Inner Shrine (traditionally founded 4 BC) is dedicated to ...
Ise-Shima National Park
▪ park, Japan Japanese  Ise-Shima Kokuritsu Koën   national park on the Shima Peninsula, central Honshu, Japan. Its two main cities are Ise, famous for its Shintō ...
IseBay
I·se Bay (ēʹsā, ēʹsĕʹ) An arm of the Pacific Ocean on the south-central coast of Honshu, Japan. The city of Ise, near the entrance to the bay, has several ancient ...
iseikonia
iseikonia [ī΄sī kō′nē ə] n. a condition in which the size of the image is the same in both eyes: opposed to ANISEIKONIA iseikonic [ī΄sīkän′ik] adj. * * *
Iselin, Columbus O'D
▪ American oceanographer in full  Columbus O'Donnell Iselin  born Sept. 25, 1904, New Rochelle, N.Y., U.S. died Jan. 5, 1971, Vineyard Haven, Mass.       American ...
Isengrim
▪ literary character       greedy and dull-witted wolf who is a prominent character in many medieval European beast epics. Often cast as a worldly and corrupt churchman, ...
Isenheim Altarpiece
/ee"zeuhn huym'/ an altarpiece (1510?-15?) painted by Matthias Grünewald. * * *
Isenland
/ee"seuhn land', -leuhnd, ee"zayn-/; Ger. /ee"zeuhn lahnt'/, n. (in the Nibelungenlied) the country of Brunhild, usually identified with Iceland. * * *
Isenstein
/ee"seuhn stuyn', ee"zeuhn-/; Ger. /ee"zeuhn shtuyn'/, n. (in the Nibelungenlied) the home of Brunhild in Isenland. Cf. Hindfell. * * *
isenthalpic
/uy'seuhn thal"pik, uy'zeuhn-/, adj. Thermodynam. pertaining to or characterized by constant enthalpy. [1920-25; IS- + ENTHALPIC] * * *
isentrope
/uy"seuhn trohp', uy"zeuhn-/, n. Thermodynam. a line on a map or chart joining points having equal entropy. [back formation from ISENTROPIC] * * *


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