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Ichthyologist – An expert in fishes.
Ichthyology – Study of fishes.
Iconoclast – Destroyer of images attached on traditions.
Iconography – Teaching by pictures and models.
Idol – Favorite – Any person or thing devotedly or excessively admired.
Igloo – Eskimo home shaped hut or native house.
Igneous Of – or about fire produced under intense heat.
Illegible – That which is incapable of being read.
Illicit Unlicensed – unlawful
Imago – an insect in its sexually mature adult state
Miscible – (of liquids) forming a homogeneous mixture when added together.
Immutable – Unchangeable – unalterable – changeless.
Implicit – Not fully and clearly expressed implied.
Imply – Indicate without express statement.
Impregnable – That which cannot be taken by force.
Improbable – That which is not likely to happen.
Impromptu – Made or done without previous preparation – Extemporaneous.
Impenetrable – impossible to pass through or enter.
Inattentive – Not giving proper attention.
Inaudible – That which cannot be heard.
Incarcerate – imprison or confine.
Incarnadine – Blood red – crimson – flesh colored – pale pink.
Incinerate – Burn – Reduce to ashes.
Incognito – Travelling under a name other than one’s own.
Incombustible – Not inflammable
Incompatible – Persons who cannot work or live together in harmony.
Incomprehensible – That which cannot be understood.
Iconoclast – A destroyer of images.
Incorrigible – Incapable of being corrected.
Incorruptible – very honest : incapable of being corrupted
Incredible – That which cannot be believed.
Incriminate – Change with a crime or fault.
Incumbent – Holding of an office – obligatory.
Indescribable – That which is impossible to describe adequately.
Inescapable – That which cannot escaped from.
Inevitable – Sometimes which cannot fail to come to pass.
Inexplicable – That which cannot be explained.
Infallible – incapable of making mistakes or being wrong.
Infanticide – Murder or infants.
Infections – That (disease) which is liable to spread.
Inflammable – That which sets on fire easily.
Inimitable – That which cannot be.
Insulation – the action of insulating something.
Insoluble – That which cannot be dissolved in liquid.
Insomnia – Loss of sleep.
Inhalation – taking air into lungs – stimulus.
Insurmountable – too great to be overcome.
Interdiction – Prohibition prevention from participation in certain sacred acts.
Interjection – A word exclamation.
Internist – Medical student receiving training in a hospital.
Intractable – That which cannot be controlled easily.
Invertebrate – Without a backbone – without strength of characters.
Invincible – That which cannot be defeated.
Invulnerable – Incapable of being wounded.
Ionosphere – The layer of the earth’s atmosphere which contains a high concentration of ions and free electrons.
Irrevocable – A decision on which one cannot go back.
Isabel – Is a contour lines of equal rainfall.
Isotherms – A line on a map connecting points having the same amount of rainfall in a given period.
Isthmus – A narrow strip of land connecting two larger land masses.
Incinerate – destroy (something, especially waste material) by burning.