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Definitions of i-

  1. used of a single unit or thing; not two or more; "` ane' is Scottish"
  2. a nonmetallic element belonging to the halogens; used especially in medicine and photography and in dyes; occurs naturally only in combination in small quantities ( as in sea water or rocks)
  3. the 9th letter of the Roman alphabet
  4. I, the ninth letter of the English alphabet, takes its form from the Phoenician, through the Latin and the Greek. The Phoenician letter was probably of Egyptian origin. Its original value was nearly the same as that of the Italian I, or long e as in mete.
  5. In our old authors, was often used for ay ( or aye), yes, which is pronounced nearly like it.
  6. As a numeral, stands for 1, Ifor 2, etc.
  7. See Y-.
  8. The nominative case of the pronoun of the first person; the word with which a speaker or writer denotes himself.
  9. Of the pronoun of the first person; the word by which the speaker or writer denotes himself.
  10. Chemical symbol of iodine.
  11. Abbreviation for optically inactive.
  12. The nominative case singular of the first personal pronoun: the word used by a speaker or writer in mentioning himself.
  13. Ninth letter of the alphabet; as a Roman numeral, one; after the names of princes, the First, as Lousis I.
  14. The ninth letter in the English alphabet; as a Roman numeral, one.
  15. The nominative case singular of the personal pronoun of the first person.
  16. First pers, sing, indicating the speaker or writer. It is the ninth letter and the third vowel of the English alphabet, and has three distinct sounds; the first long, open, and diphthongal, as in fine; the second, short and acute, as in sit; the third close and slender, though long, as in fatigue.
  17. The person who speaks; one's self.
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Usage examples for i-

  1. But I tell you, yes, yes.... – Mary Minds Her Business by George Weston
  2. Don't I tell you so? – East Lynne by Mrs. Henry Wood
  3. I didn't tell her so. – The Coast of Bohemia by William Dean Howells
  4. I am glad that you are all right. – Tom Swift and his Motor-cycle by Victor Appleton
  5. I cannot say that I have. – The Rome Express by Arthur Griffiths
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