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  • Ir(Definition of ir)
  • Del paese basse magne, dove assai fatiche afute tutte noi pofer compagne per ir rome sian fenute.

  • Ci
  • The one married for money, gillot, a ci-devant drummer in the french guard, but who, since the revolution, has, as a general; made a large fortune; and the other united herself to a ci-devant abbe, from love; but both are now divorced from their husbands, who passed them without any notice while they were chatting with me.

  • Ti(Definition of ti)
  • The sight gave him great encouragement, for he knew that the party he was following had with it a chinese cook, named ti sing, well known in that region, and one of the most valued cooks in the survey.

  • Ix(Definition of ix)
  • 36; grote, "h. g." ix.

  • Ia
  • C. w. j. mcconnelee, 4 ia.

  • Ri
  • We went up-hill and down-hill with considerable speed however, so that we traversed the road between ikaho and savavatari, 6 ri or 23.6 kilometres in length, in ten hours.

  • Mi(Definition of mi)
  • Often the notes are sung in this order, and sometimes not, but in some order the notes do and la, and occasionally mi, are sung.

  • Bi(Definition of bi)
  • On the back cover sheet of "the crisis in the german social democracy," written by karl leibknecht, rosa luxemburg and franz mehring, and published by the socialist publication society of brooklyn, new york, there is an advertisement of "the class struggle," "a bi-monthly magazine devoted to international socialism."

  • Ie
  • South baltic because, like old prussian, they keep unchanged the diphthongs ei, ai, en, an (north baltic lithuanian and latvian show varying percentages of ei, ai to ie, and en, an to ę, ą (to ē, ā) in lithuanian, to ie, uo in latvian).

  • Li(Definition of li)
  • Sit down until shan li brings the grub along.

  • In(Definition of in)
  • They are not in my house.

  • Gi
  • 1. honsading: k, m, go, gi 9 11 9 2. dakis-hankut: k, go 7 3. kinchuwikut: k, m, go 8 4. cheindekotding: k, m, go 12 5. miskut: k, m, go, gi 6 11 6 6. takimitlding: k, m, go, gi 20 14 20 7. tsewenalding: k, m, go, gi 10 6 10 8. totltsasding: k, m, go 8 9. medilding: k, m, go, gi 28 23 28 10. djishtangading: k, m, go, gi 13 9 11. howunkut: k, m, go 14 12. haslinding: k, m, go 9 13. kachwunding: k 4.5 14. mingkutme: k 4.5 15. sehachpeya: k, gi, m } 4 16. waugullewatl: k, gi, m } 3 17. ahelta: k, m } 23 18. sokeakeit: k, m } 19. tashuanta: k, m, gi } 6 20. tjelding: k, m 3 21. tiltswetchaki: m 4.5 22. chilchtaltung: m 4.5 23. ostantung: m 4.5 24. hlitchchoochtung: m 4.5 25. klokumne: k, m 4.5 26. tahchoochtung: m 4.5

  • Io(Definition of io)
  • O hymen hymenaee io, 160 o hymen hymenaee.

  • Pi(Definition of pi)
  • Stan had been long enough in the great port to know something of the habits of the people, and he was in nowise surprised to find that not one of the employees had put in an appearance that morning; nor yet that pi sin, the general man-of-all-work of the household, who slept in the house, was nowhere to be found, for the simple reason that he had dropped from one of the windows and made off at the first alarm.

  • Iv
  • 197. sketch of, iv.

  • Old-Fashioned(Definition of old-fashioned)
  • "'tis old-fashioned, i warrant you, to say to your sister, `an' it please you'?"

  • It(Definition of It)
  • Was it mcgurk, pierre?"

  • Ni
  • 76-3: ni nadie: nor anybody else.

  • Si(Definition of si)
  • O fortunati, si sua bona norint.

  • Il(Definition of il)
  • Il la suit des yeux.

  • Wi
  • "wheesht, mither," whispered the dying woman, slowly opening her eyes; "it is the lord's doing-shall not the judge of a' the earth do right? we'll understand it a' some day-for ever wi' the lord!"

  • Id
  • "i doubt if id iss coral," said he simply.

  • I'm(Definition of I'm)
  • What would you think of me if i were to tell you i'm not?

  • Ii
  • 35, 37, 52, 56, 57, 77, 79, 87, 89, 96, 100, 101, 105, 120, 128, 129, 137, 163, 164, 166-170, 183, 216, 219, 240, 263, 265, 352, 395, 414, 500; ii.

  • U(Definition of U)
  • Mr. steinwehr, general von, u.s.a. steuart, general, c.s.a. stevens, general, u.s.a. stoneman, general, u.s.a. "stonewall brigade".

  • I'd(Definition of i'd)
  • Many's th' time i thought i'd do th' thrick here!

  • Hi(Definition of hi)
  • But all hopes of this sort were cut off by master arthur's voice shouting to him from the garden- "hi, there!

    when i'm walking by you never ever say hi

    – Walking Bye by MXPX
  • Vi
  • Manassas, first battle of, chapter vi.

  • If(Definition of If)
  • "as if the lord didn't know!

  • Oi
  • Oi weh! how i was hungering to go to america after that! by day and by night i was tearing and turning over the earth, how to get to my lover on the other side of the world.

  • Ai(Definition of ai)
  • Then joshua set out with all the warriors to go up to ai.