I - Letter I - Words that begin with the Letter I

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Upper Case Capital Letter I 

Lower Case Letter  i

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Sound Phonics: a, e, i, o, u, and sometimes y

The Letter I is the 9th letter of the English Alphabet. Word Class

Important Words that begin with the Letter I

Idea is a creative thought that can be used to solve a particular problem. An idea is what you intend to do, a plan of action. An idea also means to make an approximate calculation of quantity or degree or worth.

Invent is to come up with an idea or a product that would solve a problem or improve something. The process of invention usually takes a lot of thinking, researching, experimenting and learning.

Imagine is to form a mental image of something in your mind using your memories, knowledge and experiences to create a picture. To visualizing something in your mind in an attempt to try to understand it. Imagine also means to believe what something might look like, or to assume what something might be like without ever seeing it, or without having all the information needed that would help explain something more accurately so that you can create a clearer or more detailed image of something in your mind.

Improve is to make something better or to make something more advanced. An improvement is to make something of higher quality that's more effective and more efficient. To make something more enjoyable and easier.

Ingenuity is using creativity and imagination to solve problems, it's considering all the different possibilities that there may be that would help improve something. It's being ingenious and coming up with good ideas.

Ingenious is showing inventiveness and skill. Thinking of good ways on how to solve problems.

Intelligent is being very knowledgeable about a lot of different things, it's having skills and the ability to solve difficult problems, and it's having the ability to understand complex situations. Intelligence is understanding the importance of learning and progressing. It's having good judgment and the ability to reason effectively, and make good decisions and good choices.

Ignorant is being unaware of things because of a lack of relevant information or knowledge. Ignorant is making mistakes more often and being unable to understand certain things about yourself and the world around you. Not knowing enough.

Influence is to effect change in persons or events. Causing something to happen. Cause action.

Initiate is to bring into being. Take the lead or initiative in; participate in the development of. Set in motion, start an event or prepare the way for.

Involvement is the act of sharing in the activities of a group. A sense of concern with and curiosity about someone or something. The condition of sharing in common with others. Involve is to engage as a participant and connect closely.

Include is to be a part of something and to be allowed to participate in or be permitted to exercise the rights, functions, and responsibilities of some event or action. To be added to a set, group, or category.

Inspiration is when you feel the need to do something creative. It's having an idea that you want to see happen or come into existence. Inspiration can also mean when someone encourages you or influences you to keep progressing and to keep trying to make a difference.

Interest is wanting to know more about something or wanting to learn more about something in order to understand it more accurately. Being curious about someone or something. To investigate and acquire more information because you're interested in knowing more.

Investigate is to talk to people and ask questions in order to find out more about something that happened, or will happen. To search for facts, details and information that would make something easier to understand and also make it easier to explain to other people and to share with other people. To examine things thoroughly and closely and to make a systematic exploration into a particular problem.

Infer is to search for an explanation and the reasons for a cause and effect of some event in order to make something more understandable so that you can draw a logical conclusion about what may have happened.

Identify is to detect with the senses and measure specific details and features in order to define someone or something.

Interpret is to make sense of something and too understand the meaning of something. To accurately translate information from one language into another language without changing its meaning.

Inspect is to look over something very carefully or examine something very carefully for any errors, mistakes or defects that would need to be corrected before it is to be used. A verification of accuracy and quality and to make sure something is safe and functioning properly.

Illuminate is to make something brighter with more light that makes something more clearer or more visible.

Item is a distinct part that can be specified separately in a group of things. A small part that can be considered separately from the whole.

Input is a signal going into a device, or the amount of work, effort and resources entered into a system that produces an output.

Install is to add something or to set up something that can be used or operated.

Important is something very valuable and something that's needed that is absolutely necessary, vital and essential for life. Significant.

Information is a collection of facts from which conclusions may be drawn. Information is knowledge acquired through study or by experience or instruction. Information is something that informs and answers questions of some kind, and from which data and knowledge can be derived, as data represents values attributed to parameters, and knowledge signifies understanding of real things or abstract concepts. Information's existence is not necessarily visible to an observer, it may exist beyond what you can see. Information is a message or type of signal received and understood or interpreted. Information can be in the form of symbols like Zeros and Ones, or expressed by actions like On or Off, Pulse or No Pulse, Stop or Go, Fast or Slow, Long Wave or Short Wave, Up or Down, Matter or No Matter, Molecule or No Molecule, Chemical or No Chemical, Punch Hole or No Hole, Low Voltage or High Voltage, and so on and so on.

Inform is to convey or share knowledge of some fact, or state of affairs, or some event. To make known to the public important information that would help increase peoples understanding and also help keep people safe from harm.

Instructions is the transfer of information that describes to a receiver how something is to be done. An explanation on how to
perform the necessary actions that are needed to accomplish a goal. To transmit valuable knowledge or skills needed for proper operation or to help something function effectively and efficiently. (Do this first, and then do this, and then this, and so on and so on).

Illustrate is to give a clear example of something using a visual representation such as drawing a picture or diagram that makes something easier to understand.

Interface is visual information in the form of controllable icons or graphic symbols that allows a user to communicate and interact with a computer system by pressing icon links on a computer screen that connects the person to program control software or helps them to connect to devices. A menu or navigation structure used in a computer system.

Instrument is a tool or device that is used for measuring, recording, producing or controlling, equipment that requires skill and knowledge for proper use, and a tool that helps fulfill a need or purpose that would solve a problem or make something more effective or efficient.

Increase is to make something bigger, larger, longer, more important or greater in amount or quantity by adding to it or giving more to it.

Inventory is a detailed itemized list, record or report of all the items, supplies, finished goods and merchandise that a person or business has on hand that are in stock and available for use or sale. A collection of resources, current assets including raw materials and work in progress. Inventory is what you have.

Instant is a very short time (as the time it takes the eye to blink or the heart to beat). A particular point in time.

Independent is being free from external controls or constraints and capable of acting on your own and making choices and decisions based on your needs. The freedom to self-govern and manage your responsibilities without outside influences that may not have your best interest in mind.

Individual is one person or human being who is separate and distinct from others. Someone who has special needs or unique qualities that are not completely similar to other people.

Identical is being exactly alike and incapable of being perceived as different. Things or people that are equal or equivalent to each other. Identical twins are derived from a single egg or ovum, but can still have unique differences.

Interconnected is when things are connected in certain ways and operating as a shared unit together using mutual interactions of giving and receiving. A form of reciprocation. 

Innocent is being not guilty or being totally responsible for something bad because you were unaware that you made a mistake, and that you did not intentionally do something bad, wrong or hurtful to someone or something. Innocent is when a good person is blamed for doing something bad, or blamed for a crime they did not commit.

Illegal is something that is against the law and a crime. Something bad, wrong, abusive or destructive. There are many things that are Illegal and wrong such as murder or killing someone, lying, stealing and committing fraud or corruption.

Infringe is to go beyond the usual normal limit that violates law or violates the rights of another person. A disrespectful act without right or permission that goes to far or exceeds normal behavior or rules.

Intervals is a definite length of time marked off by two instants. The distance between things. Interval also means the difference in pitch between two notes.

Insect include insects; crabs, lobsters and their kin; snails, clams, octopuses and their kin; starfish, sea-urchins and their kin; jellyfish, and worms. The majority of animal species are invertebrates; one estimate puts the figure at 97%.

Invertebrates is any animal lacking a backbone or notochord; Animals that neither possess nor develop a vertebral column, derived from the notochord. This includes all animals apart from the subphylum Vertebrata.

Infinitive is the uninflected form of the verb. Expressing a grammatical category by using two or more words rather than inflection.

Inflection is a change in the form of a word (usually by adding a suffix) to indicate a change in its grammatical function. The patterns of stress and intonation in a language. A manner of speaking in which the loudness or pitch or tone of the voice is modified. Deviation from a straight or normal course.

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