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i {letter} :: letter
{interj} [dated] :: alternative form of io
I {letter} :: The ninth letter of the Dutch alphabet
iatrogeen {adj} :: iatrogenic
Iberisch {adj} :: Iberian
-ica {suffix} :: feminine noun of -icus
iconenschilder {m} :: Someone who paints icons
iconografisch {adj} :: iconographic
icoon {f} {m} :: icon
-icus {suffix} :: -ic or ician
idd {adv} [Internet, slang] :: abbreviation of inderdaad (indeed)
ideaal {adj} :: ideal, perfect(ly fit); optimal
ideaal {adj} :: immaterial, aetheral
ideaal {adj} :: purely cerebral, imaginary in physical terms
ideaal {n} :: An ideal, perfect standard (of beauty, intellect, etc.)
ideaal {n} :: Something/someone which lives up to it, perfect example
ideaal {n} :: A utopic, unreal perfect aspiration, figment
ideaal {n} [algebra] :: An ideal
ideaalbeeld {n} :: ideal, paragon, ideal image (perfect standard)
idealiseren {v} :: to idealize (US), idealise (UK)
idealisme {n} :: The tendency idealism
idealiteit {f} :: ideality (quality or state of being ideal)
idee {n} :: idea
idee {n} {f} :: [philosophy] idea, notion
ideeëloos {adj} :: idealess
idem {adv} :: idem, ditto
identiek {adj} :: identical (exactly equal to)
identificatie {f} :: identification
identificeren {v} :: to identify
identiteit {f} :: identity
identiteitsbewijs {n} [generally] :: proof of identity, identification document
identiteitsbewijs {n} [more specifically] :: passport or ID card
identiteitsmatrix {f} :: identity matrix
identiteitspolitiek {f} :: identity politics
ideologie {f} :: ideology (doctrine, body of ideas)
ideologisch {adj} :: ideological
idiofoon {m} :: idiophone
idioom {n} :: idiom, expression or a combination of words used in a language in a way which is typical for that particular language
idioot {m} :: An idiot,
idioot {m} [dated, potentially offensive] :: Someone with the mental age of a young child, an idiot
idioot {m} [obsolete] :: A layman
idioot {adj} :: idiotic, foolish, stupid
idioot {adj} :: annoying, irritating
idiootbestendig {adj} :: idiot-proof
idiosyncrasie {f} :: An idiosyncrasy, notably an individual hypersensitivity, as for a substance
Ido {prop} {n} :: Ido
idolatrie {f} :: idolatry
idool {n} :: An idol
-ie {suffix} :: A variant of -ij
-ie {suffix} :: -ion, -y
-ie {suffix} :: [Netherlands, colloquial] A variant of -je, a suffix forming diminutive nouns
ie {pron} [colloquial] :: Third-person singular, masculine, subjective, mute form: he
ie {pron} [Holland] :: Second-person singular, mute form: you
ie {adv} [obsolete] :: always, every time, continuously
ie {adv} [obsolete] :: ever, sometime, at some point
ieder {determiner} :: each
ieder {determiner} :: any
ieder {pron} :: everybody, everyone
iedereen {pron} :: everyone
ieders {pron} :: everybody's
-ief {suffix} :: -ive
-iek {suffix} :: -ic; used mostly to calque words of Latinate origin
iel {adj} :: thin, slender
iem. {abbr} :: iemand
iemand {pron} :: someone
iemand de les lezen {v} [idiomatic, Netherlands] :: to read someone the riot act, to reprimand someone
iemand een kloot aftrekken {v} [idiomatic] :: play a dirty trick on somebody
iemand liggen hebben {v} [idiomatic] :: take advantage of, deceive
iemand met een kluitje in het riet sturen {idiom} :: send someone off empty-handed or none the wiser
iemands {determiner} [possessive] :: someone's, one's
iemands neus afbijten {v} :: give a curt reply; shout at
iemker {m} :: beekeeper
Ieneke {prop} :: given name
Ienje {prop} :: given name
iep {m} :: elm
Ieper {prop} :: Ypres
-ier {suffix} :: appended to a word, it yields a noun which signifies the subject who performs something related to that word
Ier {m} :: Inhabitant of Ireland, Irishman
Ierland {prop} {n} :: Ireland (island)
Ierland {prop} {n} :: Ireland (country)
Iers {adj} :: Irish
Iers {prop} {n} :: Irish (language)
-iet {suffix} :: -ite
iets {pron} :: something
iets {pron} :: anything
iets {adv} :: somewhat
ietsje {adv} :: somewhat, a little bit
ietsje pietsje {adv} [colloquial] :: a little, a little bit
ietsje pietsje {adj} [colloquial] :: itty-bitty, a little (small amount or degree)
ietwat {adv} :: somewhat
ieuw {interj} :: ew
iezegrim {m} :: curmudgeon (an ill-tempered stubborn person)
iezegrimmig {adj} :: grumpy, moody
-ig {suffix} :: -y; forms adjectives from nouns
-ig {suffix} :: -ed, having [when attached to a noun preceded by an adjective that describes the noun]
IGEAN {prop} {f} :: Intermunicipal organization in the province of Antwerp, Belgium, that actively participates, plans, assists and gives advice in matters waste disposal, spatial planning and development
iglo {m} :: An igloo, Inuit snow/ice-built cabin
ignorant {adj} :: ignorant
ignorantie {f} :: ignorance
i-grec {c} :: The letter Y, y (wye) in the Latin script
i-grec {c} :: The letter Υ, υ (upsilon) in the Greek script
-ij {suffix} :: Forms abstract nouns denoting a state or concept related to the person(s) referred to by the stem; equivalent of -y
-ij {suffix} :: Forms nouns denoting a business or an organization which is run by the kind of person(s) referred to by the stem; equivalent of -ery
IJ {prop} {n} :: the IJ
ijdel {adj} :: vain, overly proud (of one's appearance, status etc.)
ijdel {adj} :: idle, in vain, unfounded
ijdel {adj} :: petty, mere, insignificant, worthless
ijdelheid {f} :: vanity
ijk {m} :: gauge
ijkboson {n} [particle] :: gauge boson
ijken {v} :: to gauge (weights or sizes to ensure they meet the standards)
ijken {v} :: to calibrate
ijkpunt {n} :: benchmark
ijl {adj} :: rarefied (of a gas etc.), not dense
ijl {adj} [chiefly obsolete] :: skinny, lacking fat
ijl {adj} [obsolete] :: empty
ijl {f} :: rush, haste
ijlen {v} :: to rave, babble, maunder (speak quickly and incoherently as if one were delirious or mad)
ijlen {v} [obsolete] :: to hasten, hurry
ijlhoofdig {adj} :: thoughtless, careless,
ijlhoofdig {adj} :: confused, delirious
ijlings {adv} :: hastily
ijltempo {n} :: a very short time
ijs {n} :: ice
ijs {n} :: ice cream
ijsbeer {m} :: polar bear
ijsberen {vi} :: to pace up and down
ijsberg {m} :: iceberg (mountain-size mass of floating ice)
ijsbericht {n} [meteorology, nautical] :: ice report, ice message (report about ice forecasts)
ijsbreker {m} :: icebreaker (shipping)
ijsbreker {m} [figuratively] :: icebreaker (introduction)
ijsbreker {m} [figuratively] :: pioneer
ijsco {c} [Netherlands, dated] :: ice cream
ijscokar {m} :: ice cream cart, ice cream van (vehicle used by ice cream vendors)
ijscoman {m} :: ice cream man (male ice cream vendor)
ijscovrouw {f} [rare] :: ice cream lady, ice cream woman (female ice cream vendor)
ijscowagen {m} :: ice cream cart, ice cream van (vehicle used by ice cream vendors)
ijsdag {m} [meteorology] :: a day on which it freezes all day (specifically, on which the highest temperature is below 0 °C)
ijsdansen {n} :: ice dancing (subdiscipline of figure skating)
ijsdansen {vi} [sports] :: to engage in ice dancing
ijsgebergte {n} :: icy mountain range, mountain range consisting of icy mountains, ice mountains or icebergs
ijshockey {n} :: ice hockey
ijshoen {n} :: Any of two species of birds in the family Chionidae
ijsje {noun} :: an ice cream
ijskast {f} :: refrigerator (originally a cupboard filled with ice to keep goods cool)
ijskoffie {mf} :: iced coffee; a serving of iced coffee
ijskoud {adj} :: ice-cold, freezing cold
IJsland {prop} {n} :: Iceland, a Nordic European island country in the Northern Atlantic
IJslander {m} :: An Icelander, member or descendant of the people of Iceland
IJslander {m} :: An Icelandic horse, a small, sturdy and longhaired breed of horse
IJslands {adj} :: Icelandic, relating to Iceland and/or its (Germanic) people
IJslands {adj} :: in or relating to the Icelandic language
IJslands {prop} {n} :: The Icelandic (Germanic) language
ijsman {m} :: A male icecream vendor
ijsplateau {n} :: ice shelf
ijsregen {m} :: ice pellets
ijssalon {m} {n} :: ice-cream bar
ijsschol {f} :: ice floe
ijsschots {f} :: ice floe
ijsvogel {m} :: kingfisher, any bird of the Alcedinidae
ijsvogel {m} :: common kingfisher, Alcedo atthis
ijsvrij {n} :: A snow day
ijsvrij {adj} :: Iceless
ijswoestijn {f} :: ice desert (region with a surface of ice and little precipitation, like a polar desert)
ijszee {f} :: a sea of ice
ijszee {f} :: a polar ocean
ijver {m} [archaic] :: urge, drive
ijver {m} [archaic] :: jealousy
ijver {m} :: dedication, devotion
ijver {m} :: zeal, ambition
ijveren {v} :: to devote oneself to
ijverig {adj} :: assiduous, diligent
ijverzucht {f} [literary] :: jealousy
ijzel {m} :: black ice (thin film of ice)
ijzelen {v} [impersonal] :: to have black ice form
ijzer {n} :: iron (metal)
ijzer {n} :: iron bar or tool
IJzer {prop} {m} :: a river that flows through French and West Flanders to the North Sea
ijzeren {adj} :: iron (made out of iron)
ijzeren gordijn {n} :: iron curtain (iron barrier in a theatre)
IJzeren Gordijn {n} [historical] :: the Iron Curtain
ijzerenheinig {adj} :: imperturbable
ijzererts {n} :: iron ore
ijzerhard {m} :: the herbaceous plant verbena (Verbena officinalis), or the herb derived from this plant
ijzermijn {f} :: iron mine
ijzertijd {prop} {m} :: Iron Age
ijzervreter {m} :: a stout-hearted warrior
ijzerwarenwinkel {m} :: hardware store
ijzerwinkel {m} :: hardware store
ijzingwekkend {adj} :: frightening
ik {pron} :: First-person singular, subjective: I
ik begrijp het niet {phrase} :: I don't understand
ik ben allergisch voor noten {phrase} :: I'm allergic to nuts
ik ben atheist {phrase} :: I'm an atheist
ik ben beroofd {phrase} :: I've been robbed
ik ben bestolen {phrase} :: I've been robbed
ik ben bi {phrase} :: I'm bisexual
ik ben biseksueel {phrase} :: I'm bisexual
ik ben de weg kwijt {phrase} :: I'm lost
ik ben hetero {phrase} :: I'm straight
ik ben heteroseksueel {phrase} :: I'm straight
ik ben homo {phrase} :: I'm gay
ik ben homoseksueel {phrase} :: I'm gay
ik ben moe {phrase} :: I'm tired
ik ben niet godsdienstig {phrase} :: I'm not religious
ik ben vegetariër {phrase} :: I'm a vegetarian
ik ben verdwaald {phrase} :: I'm lost
ik ben verkouden {phrase} :: I have a cold
ik ben verkracht {phrase} :: I've been raped
ik ben ziek {phrase} :: I'm sick
ik bloed {phrase} :: I'm bleeding
ik dacht het niet {phrase} [sarcastic, strong refusal or denial] :: I don't think so
ik denk van niet {phrase} [sincere] :: I don't think so, I think that's not the case
ik eet geen varkensvlees {phrase} :: I don't eat pork
ik eet geen vis {phrase} :: I don't eat fish
ik eet geen vlees {phrase} :: I don't eat meat
ik ga dood {phrase} :: I'm dying
ik heb diabetes {phrase} :: I have diabetes
ik heb een condoom nodig {phrase} :: I need a condom
ik heb een dokter nodig {phrase} :: I need a doctor
ik heb een gids nodig {phrase} :: I need a guide (a person or a book)
ik heb een kaart nodig {phrase} :: I need a map
ik heb een plattegrond nodig {phrase} :: I need a map
ik heb een taxi nodig {phrase} :: I need a taxi
ik heb een vraag {phrase} :: I have a question
ik heb eten nodig {phrase} :: I need food
ik heb geld nodig {phrase} :: I need money
ik heb honger {phrase} :: I'm hungry
ik heb je hulp nodig {phrase} :: I need your help
ik heb koorts {phrase} :: I have a fever (a serious or strong fever)
ik heb ... nodig {phrase} :: I need ...
ik heb slaap {phrase} :: I'm tired, I'm sleepy
ik heb suikerziekte {phrase} :: I have diabetes
ik heb uw hulp nodig {phrase} [formal] :: I need your help
ik heb verhoging {phrase} :: I have a fever (a mild fever, elevated body temperature)
ik heb water nodig {phrase} :: I need water
ik hou van jou {phrase} :: I love you
ikke {pron} [colloquial] :: ik
ik snap het niet {phrase} :: I don't understand
ik spreek geen Engels {phrase} :: I don't speak English
ik spreek geen Nederlands {phrase} :: I don't speak Dutch
ik weet het echt niet {phrase} :: I really don't know
ik zie, ik zie wat jij niet ziet {phrase} :: I spy with my little eye, the phrase used in the guessing game "I spy"
ik zie u graag {phrase} [Belgium, idiomatic] :: I love you
Ilias {prop} {c} :: The Iliad
illegaal {adj} :: illegal
illegaal {mf} :: an illegal, illegal immigrant
illegaliteit {f} :: illegality
illuminatie {f} :: illumination (colored adornment in a manuscript)
illusie {f} :: illusion
illusionist {m} :: magician, illusionist
illustratie {f} :: illustration
illustrator {m} :: illustrator
Illyrië {prop} :: Illyria
image {n} :: image (characteristic perceived by others)
imaginair {adj} [mathematics] :: imaginary
imago {n} :: image
imago {n} [biology] :: imago: the full grown form of an insect
imam {m} [Islam] :: imam
imbeciel {adj} [pejorative] :: stupid, idiotic
imbeciel {adj} [dated, now, offensive] :: mentally retarded, imbecilic, idiotic (mentally disabled with the mental age of a young child)
imbeciel {m} [dated, now, offensive] :: imbecile, idiot, retard (mentally disabled person with the mental age of a young child)
imbeciel {m} [pejorative] :: imbecile, idiot, dumbass
Imke {prop} {f} :: given name
imker {m} :: beekeeper
immanent {adj} :: immanent
immanentie {f} :: immanence
imme {f} :: beeswarm
imme {f} :: honeybee
immenhuif {f} :: beehive
immenkorf {m} :: beehive
immens {adj} :: immense, enormous, huge
immenveld {n} :: artificial field with beehives, managed by beekeepers
immer {adv} [formal] :: always
immers {adv} :: Indicates that an explanation is being given for an earlier statement.; indeed, after all
immigrant {m} :: immigrant
immigrante {f} :: female immigrant
immigratie {f} :: immigration
immigreren {v} :: to immigrate
immuniteit {f} :: immunity
immuniteitssysteem {n} :: immune system
immuunsysteem {n} :: immune system
impala {m} :: impala
imperatief {m} [grammar] :: the imperative mood or a word therein
imperativus {m} [grammar] :: the imperative mood or a word therein
imperiaal {adj} :: imperial
imperiaal {n} :: roof rack
imperium {n} :: empire
impertinent {adj} :: insolent, ill-mannered
impetigo {m} [pathology] :: impetigo
implantaat {n} :: implant
implementatie {f} :: implementation
implementeren {v} :: to implement
impliceren {v} :: to imply
impliceren {v} :: to implicate, involve
impliciet {adj} :: implicit
impopulair {adj} :: unpopular
impopulariteit {f} :: unpopularity
import {m} :: Geographical import
importbruid {f} :: mail-order bride
importbruidegom {m} :: mail-order bridegroom
importeren {v} :: to import
impressionisme {n} [arts] :: impressionism
improvisatie {f} :: improvisation
impuls {m} [physics] :: momentum (product of mass and velocity)
impulsmoment {n} :: angular momentum
impulsvector {f} {m} [physics] :: momentum vector
in {adv} :: in, inside
in {adv} [postpositional] :: into
in {prep} :: in; expressing containment
in {adj} :: in style
in- {prefix} :: from the adverb in
in- {prefix} :: prepended to a noun or adjective, it reinforces the quality signified thereby
in- {prefix} :: prepended to an adjective to negate its meaning; occurs mostly in borrowed terms from French: in-, un-
-in {suffix} :: Forms nouns for the female counterpart of something
inactief {adj} :: inactive, idle
inactief {adj} :: suspended from duty, not currently deployed
inademen {v} :: to breath in, inhale
inademing {f} :: inhalation
inauguraal {adj} :: inaugural
inaugureel {adj} :: alternative form of inauguraal
inbakeren {v} :: to swaddle
inbeelden {vr} :: to imagine, to envisage
inbegrepen {adj} :: included
inbegrip {n} :: inclusion
inbelverbinding {f} :: dial-up internet
inbezitneming {f} :: taking possession of
inblazen {v} :: to breath new life into, to give another chance to, to revive
in blijde verwachting {adj} [only attributive] :: pregnant (in happy expectation)
inblikken {vt} :: to can (to preserve)
inblikken {vi} :: to look into
inboedel {m} :: furniture
inboedelverzekering {f} :: contents insurance
inboeten {v} :: to lose, be deprived of
inborst {m} :: character, nature, personality
inbraak {f} {m} :: break-in
in brand steken {v} :: to set on fire
inbreiden {v} :: to rededicate land in an urban environment to new construction; to infill
inbreiden {n} :: to act of infilling
inbreiding {f} :: an infill development
inbreker {m} :: burglar
inbreng {m} :: input, say (ability to contribute)
inbrengen {v} :: to add, to contribute
inbrengen {v} :: to have a say
inburgeren {vi} :: to integrate into a (foreign) society
inburgering {f} :: integration (into a different community than one's own)
incalculeren {v} [literal and figurative] :: to take into account, to include in a calculation
incantatie {f} :: incantation, magic spell
incasseren {v} :: to make (money), to rake in (something rewarding)
incasseren {v} [figuratively] :: to bear, to endure
incentief {n} :: incentive
incest {m} :: incest
inchecken {v} :: to check in
inclusie {f} :: integration, the act of including people who are often excluded
inclusie {f} [textual scholarship] :: inclusion, envelope structure
inclusief {adj} :: inclusive
inclusief {prep} :: including, included
incongruent {adj} :: incongruent, incompatible, not in agreement
incongruentie {f} :: incongruence
inconsistentie {f} :: inconsistency
incontinentie {f} [pathology] :: incontinence, medical inability to regulate one's defecation
incubus {m} :: An incubus, evil spirit
incubus {m} :: A nightmare, horrible dream
incubus {m} :: A burden, obsession, yoke
incunabel {m} :: incunable
indamming {f} :: curtailment
in de bres springen voor {v} [idiomatic] :: to protect (someone) or to help (someone) in dire straits
in de fik {prep} :: on fire, ablaze, aflame
in de gaten houden {v} [idiomatic] :: to keep an eye on (lit.: "to keep in the holes") (mnemonic: the eyes are "holes" in the face)
in de hand houden {v} :: to control, keep under control
in de kinderschoenen {idiom} :: in its infancy
indelen {v} :: to classify
indeling {f} :: classification
indeling {f} :: arrangement, layout
in de maling nemen {v} [idiomatic] :: to fool, deceive
indenken {vr} :: to imagine
in de oorlog had ik een cracker en die was lekker {phrase} :: In the war, everything you ate tasted great
in de pan hakken {v} [idiomatic] :: to defeat utterly or mercilessly, to cut to pieces (lit.: "to chop in the pan")
in de piepzak zitten {v} [idiom] :: to worry, to fret, to be anxious
inderdaad {adv} :: indeed
indertijd {adv} :: at the time, back then
in de rug steken {v} [idiomatic] :: to stab (someone) in the back, to betray (someone)
in de soep draaien {vi} [idiom] :: to go wrong, to go awry
in de soep lopen {vi} [idiom] :: to go wrong, to go awry
in de steek laten {v} [idiomatic] :: to abandon, leave behind
in de waagschaal stellen {vt} :: to risk, to put at risk
in de wacht slepen {vt} :: to secure, to win, to achieve
in de war {adj} :: tangled
in de war {adj} [of a person] :: confused, puzzled, not making sense
in de war brengen {v} :: to confuse
in de weer zijn {v} [idiomatic] :: to be busy, to work
in de wieg gelegd zijn {v} [idiomatic] :: to be cut out for, have the talent for
in de wind slaan {vt} [idiom] :: to deliberately ignore, to disregard intentionally
in de wolken zijn {v} :: To be over the moon, to be on cloud nine
in de wolken zijn {v} :: To be exhilarated
index {m} :: index
indexeren {v} :: to index
Indië {prop} {n} :: the Indies
India {prop} {n} :: India (country)
indiaan {m} :: Native American
Indiaan {prop} {m} [constellation] :: Indus
Indiaas {adj} :: Indian
indianenreservaat {n} :: A Native American reservation
Indiase {f} :: a female Indian (a female inhabitant of the country, India)
indicatief {adj} :: indicative, approximative, roughly estimated
indicatief {m} [grammar] :: The indicative mood
indicativus {m} [grammar] :: the indicative mood or a word therein
indien {conj} [formal] :: if
indienen {v} :: to offer, to hand in
in dier voege {prep} [formal] :: (in) that way
indigo {n} :: The colour indigo
indigo {adj} :: indigo-coloured
Indiër {m} :: an Indian (an inhabitant of the country, India)
Indisch {adj} :: Pertaining to the Dutch East Indies
Indisch {adj} [Belgium] :: Indian, pertaining to India
Indische Oceaan {prop} :: Indian Ocean (the ocean separating Africa, southern Asia, Oceania and Antarctica)
Indische vos {m} :: Bengal fox, Indian fox (Vulpes bengalensis)
indiscreet {adj} :: indiscreet
indium {n} :: indium
individu {n} :: individual (person considered alone)
individualisme {n} :: individualism
Indo {m} :: An Indonesian of partially native, partially European descent
Indo-Arisch {adj} :: Indo-Aryan, Indic
Indo-Europeaan {m} :: Indo, a person of mixed, half European blood
Indo-Europeaan {m} :: Indo-European
Indo-Europees {adj} :: Indo-European
Indo-Iraans {adj} :: Indo-Iranian
indommelen {v} :: to doze off, to fall asleep
Indonesië {prop} {n} :: Indonesia
indonesianistiek {f} :: Study of Indonesia, its languages and culture
Indonesiër {m} :: Indonesian, a person from and/or living in Indonesia
Indonesisch {adj} :: Indonesian (of or pertaining to Indonesia or the Indonesian language)
Indonesisch {n} :: Indonesian; the language of Indonesia
Indo-Oeraals {adj} :: Indo-Uralic
indringend {adj} :: penetrating
indringer {m} :: intruder, invader, transgressor
indruk {m} :: impression
indrukken {v} :: to press, to press down on
indruk maken {vi} :: to make an impression, to impress
indrukwekkend {adj} :: impressive, imposing
in dubio {adj} :: in doubt
induiken {v} :: to dive in
industrialiseren {v} :: to industrialise (UK), industrialize (US)
industrialisering {f} :: industrialisation (UK); industrialization (US)
industrie {f} :: An industry, business(es) that produce(s) goods or services
industrieel {adj} :: industrial, concerning an industry or industry in general
industrieel {adj} :: Produced by an industry, not artisanally
industrieel {m} :: An industrialist, manufacturer etc
industrieel {m} :: An industrial bond
industriesector {m} [economy] :: industrial sector (secondary sector)
indutten {v} :: to doze off, to fall into a light sleep
ineen {adv} :: together
ineens {adv} :: at once
ineens {adv} :: suddenly
ineenstorting {f} :: collapse, breakdown
ineffectief {adj} :: ineffective
inefficiënt {adj} :: inefficient
inefficiëntie {f} :: inefficiency
Ineke {prop} :: given name
inelastisch {adj} :: inelastic
in elk geval {adv} :: alternative form of in ieder geval
inenten {v} :: to vaccinate
inertie {f} :: inertia
inertie {f} [figuratively] :: Lack of dynamism or forcefulness
Ines {prop} :: given name borrowed from Spanish Inés
inf. {abbr} :: informeel
infaam {adj} :: dishonourable, honourless
infaam {adj} :: scandalous, odious, despicable
infanterie {f} :: The infantry, non-mounted troops, notably on land
infanterist {m} :: A foot soldier, infantryman
infanteriste {f} :: a female foot soldier, a female infantryman
infantiel {adj} :: infantile (like an infant; childish)
infarct {n} :: infarct
infecteren {vt} :: To infect, bring into contact with a contagious germ causing illness
infecteren {v} [figuratively] :: To contaminate, pass on (to ...) some undesirable idea, habit etc
infectie {f} :: infection
in feite {adv} :: in fact
infernaal {adj} :: Of or relating to hell, or the world of the dead; hellish
infernaal {adj} [by extension] :: Of or relating to a fire or inferno
infernaal {adj} :: Diabolical or fiendish
inferno {n} :: hell-like place or situation
inferno {n} :: hellfire
inferno {n} :: a large fire
infiltrant {m} :: infiltrator, infiltrant
infinitief {m} [grammar] :: infinitive
inflatie {f} [economics] :: inflation, increase in the general price level
inflatie {f} [cosmology] :: cosmic inflation, the expansion of the universe after the Big Bang
informateur {m} :: advisor
informateur {m} :: politician who researches the possible coalition options before a new cabinet is formed
informatica {f} :: The discipline computer science, information science, informatics, study of computers and computing
informaticus {m} :: computer scientist
informatie {f} :: information
informatiebron {f} :: source of information
informatiekunde {f} :: computer science, information science, informatics
informatiesysteem {f} :: information system
informeel {adj} :: informal, unofficial, unceremonious
informeel {adj} :: familiar, colloquial
informeel {adj} :: casual
informeel {adv} :: informally
informeren {v} :: to inform, to give information
informeren {v} :: to inquire, to search or to ask for information
infra- {prefix} :: infra-
infrarood {adj} :: infrared
infrastructureel {adj} :: infrastructural
infrastructuur {f} :: infrastructure
infuus {n} [medicine] :: IV, drip, an intravenous injection
-ing {suffix} :: Creates action nouns referring to the performance of a verb, or the result thereof
-ing {suffix} [no longer productive] :: Forms nouns for a person originating from a place or family
ing. {abbr} :: ingenieur (polytechnic-educated engineer)
ING {prop} :: Internationale Nederlanden Groep, a Dutch multinational banking and financial services corporation
ingaan {v} :: to enter, to go inside
ingaan {v} :: (~ op) to go along with, to go into (a discussion, argument, request etc.)
ingang {m} :: entrance
ingang {m} [electronics] :: input
ingenieur {m} :: engineer
ingesneeuwd {adj} :: snowed in
ingetogen {adj} :: modest, continent
ingetogenheid {f} :: modesty, continence
ingeven {v} :: to feed (esp. a baby)
ingeven {v} :: to suggest, prompt, inspire
ingewanden {p} :: guts
ingewekene {mf} :: someone who has immigrated; immigrant
ingewijde {noun} :: an initiate, an adept
ingewijde {noun} :: an insider
ingewikkeld {adj} :: complicated
ingeworteld {adj} :: ingrained
ingezet {adj} :: encrusted
ingieten {v} :: to pour in
ingraven {v} :: to dig in, to entrench
ingrediënt {n} :: ingredient
ingreep {m} :: intervention
ingreep {m} :: surgery
Ingrid {prop} {f} :: given name
ingrijpen {v} :: to intervene
ingrijpend {adj} :: Radical, thoroughgoing
Ingrisch {adj} :: Ingrian
Ingrisch {prop} {n} :: Ingrian (language)
inhalen {v} :: to overtake, to pass (traffic)
inhalen {v} :: to welcome, to receive warmly
inhalig {adj} :: avaricious
inham {m} :: inlet
in hart en nieren {adv} :: through and through
inheems {adj} :: native, indigenous, domestic, autochthonous
in het achterhoofd {prep} :: See: in het achterhoofd
in het achterhoofd {prep} [idiom] :: in mind, in the back of one's mind
in het bijzijn van {prep} :: in the presence of
in het bijzonder {adv} :: especially, in particular
in het echt {adv} :: for real, in real life (as opposed to in a story or similar)
in het gevlij komen {v} [intranstive] :: to attempt to get favourable relations through flattery [+ bij (object) = with]
in het hol van Pluto {prep} [Belgium] :: in the middle of nowhere
in het kort {prep} :: in short
in het land der blinden is éénoog koning {proverb} :: in the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king
in het lood {adv} :: plumb; straight, at a right angle
in het vervolg {adv} :: henceforth, from now on
in het water vallen {v} [idiomatic, of an event or project] :: to fail
inhoud {m} :: content; contents
inhoud {m} :: index; table of contents
inhoud {m} [physics] :: volume
inhoudelijk {adj} :: substantive
inhoudelijk {adv} :: substantively (concerning content)
inhouden {vt} :: to contain, to encompass, to include
inhouden {vt} :: to mean, to imply
inhouden {vr} :: to contain/restrain oneself
inhoudsopgave {f} {m} :: table of contents
inhuldigen {v} :: to inaugurate
inhuldiging {f} :: inauguration, consecratory celebration
inhuren {v} :: to hire (workforce, etc.)
inhuren {v} :: to rent (obtain temporary possession of an object in exchange for money)
in ieder geval {adv} :: in any case, anyhow
in iemands rapen schijten {v} :: play a dirty trick on; take advantage; ruin it with somebody
in ijltempo {adv} :: in no time (very quickly)
initiaal {f} {m} :: initial, a first letter of a name
initiaal {f} {m} :: drop cap, initial, a large, usually ornate first letter in a manuscript or printed text
initiaal {adj} :: initial
initiatief {n} :: initiative
initiatiefnemer {m} :: initiator
initieel {adj} :: initial
injecteren {v} :: inject (to push or pump something in)
injectie {f} :: injection, the act of injecting
injectie {f} :: what is thus delivered, notably medicine
injectiespuit {f} :: syringe [for medical or other intravenous use]
-ink {suffix} [Low Saxon] :: alternative form of -ing
in kaart brengen {v} :: to inspect, to investigate, to assess
in kaart brengen {v} [literal] :: to put on a map
inkeer {m} :: repentance
inkerving {f} :: groove
inklappen {v} :: to fold in, fold up
inklokken {v} :: to clock in
in koelen bloede {prep} :: in cold blood
inkomen {v} :: to come in
inkomen {v} :: to warm up when starting an activity
inkomen {n} :: income
inkomensgelijkheid {f} :: income equality
inkomensongelijkheid {f} :: income inequality
inkomensverdeling {f} :: income distribution
inkomst {f} [dated] :: entry (at a festival for example)
inkomst {f} [usually, in the plural] :: income, revenue
inkomstenbelasting {f} :: income tax
inkrimpen {v} :: to shrink
inkt {m} :: ink (coloured fluid used for writing, painting etc.)
inktpatroon {f} {m} :: ink cartridge
inktvis {m} :: squid (marine mollusk)
in kwestie {adj} :: in question; concerned
inlaat {c} :: intake (place where water, air etc are taken in)
inladen {v} :: to load in, to ship
inlassen {v} :: to insert, put in
inlaten {v} :: to let in
inlaten {vr} :: to concern oneself
inlegzool {f} {m} :: Extra sole to go inside a shoe (against smell or to make it fit)
inleiden {v} :: to usher in
inleiden {v} :: to introduce a topic; to prelude
inleiding {f} :: introduction
inleven {vr} [ditransitive] :: to put oneself into somebody else's place, to feel oneself as being somebody else, identify oneself with one's role, empathise with
inleven {vr} [ditransitive] :: to project oneself into a situation, the past
in levenden lijve {adv} :: in the flesh, in person
inleveren {v} :: to turn in
inleveren {v} :: to sacrifice, to compromise, to give up on
inlevingsvermogen {n} :: empathy
inlichten {v} :: to inform
in lichterlaaie {adj} :: ablaze
inlichting {f} :: intelligence, source of information
inlichtingendienst {m} :: intelligence agency
inlijven {v} :: to incorporate
inlijving {f} :: annexation
inloggen {v} :: to log in
inlooppijn {f} :: joint pain that occurs after a period of rest or inactivity and wears off again after a period of activity, often associated with arthrosis and other joint maladies
inlossen {v} :: to redeem
inluiden {v} :: to ring in, herald
inmiddels {adv} :: meanwhile, in the meantime
Inn {prop} [geography] :: The river Inn, which flows to the Danube
inname {f} {m} :: ingestion, intake
inname {f} {m} :: accession, conquest
innemen {v} :: to swallow (a medicine)
innemen {v} :: to confiscate
innemen {v} :: to conquer
innemen {v} :: to get in a means of transportation
innemen {v} :: to charm
innen {v} :: to cash (exchange (a check/cheque) for money)
innen {v} :: to collect (e.g., taxes)
inner {m} :: collector (of taxes)
innig {adj} :: intimate
innovatie {f} :: innovation
inoculatie {f} :: inoculation (introduction of substance into the body to produce immunity)
inoculeren {v} :: to inoculate
in orde {adj} :: in order, correct, right, okay, as it should be
inpakken {v} :: to pack up, load things into a package
inpakken {v} [figuratively] :: to leave, to depart
inpakken {v} :: to fascinate, charm
inparkeren {v} :: to park in
inpeperen {v} :: to pepper, to cover with pepper
inpeperen {v} :: to rub in, to make (a point) annoyingly obvious
inpeperen {v} :: to get back at
inpeperen {v} :: to rub snow into, particularly in the face (during snowball fights)
in petto {adv} :: in store
in plaats van {prep} :: instead of, in place of
inpolderen {vt} :: to turn into a polder
inpoldering {f} :: turning wetland into a polder by building dikes around it
inproduct {n} [linear algebra] :: dot product, scalar product, inner product
inreisverbod {n} :: entry ban
inrichten {v} :: arrange, organize
inrichten {v} :: equip, furnish
inrichten {v} :: set up
inrichting {f} :: arrangement, constitution
inrichting {f} :: institution (e.g. psychiatric)
inroepen {v} :: to request
inroetsjen {vt} :: to rapidly glide or slide into
in rook opgaan {v} :: to go up in smoke
in ruime mate {adv} :: to a large extent
inschakelen {vt} :: to switch on, turn on (to turn a switch to the "on" position)
inschakelen {vt} :: to enable (to activate a function of an electronic or mechanical device)
inschakelen {vt} :: to call in
inschatten {v} :: to assess, to evaluate
inschenken {v} :: to pour
inschikkelijk {noun} :: accommodating; acquiescent
inschikkelijkheid {noun} :: accommodation [towards people]
inschrijven {v} :: to register
inschrijving {f} :: registration
inschuchteren {noun} :: to intimidate, to browbeat
inscriptie {f} :: inscription
insect {n} :: insect, arthropod of the class Insecta
insect {n} [now, uncommon] :: bug (any small arthtropod or invertebrate that somewhat resembles an insect)
insectenhotel {n} :: insect hotel
insekt {m} :: superseded spelling of insect
insensibel {adj} :: insensitive, crass
insensibel {adj} :: imperceptible, unnoticeable
inslaan {v} :: to shatter, to break with force
inslaan {v} :: to turn into, to follow (e.g. a different path or a corner)
inslaan {v} :: to make provision for (e.g. a feast)
inslaan {v} :: to strike with force (e.g. lightning)
in slaap {adj} :: asleep
in slaap vallen {v} :: to fall asleep
inslag {m} :: impact
inslag {m} [weaving] :: woof, weft - which is woven crosswise through the warp
inslapen {v} :: to fall asleep
insluipen {v} :: to slip through, to creep in
insluiten {v} :: to enclose
insluiten {v} :: to include
insluiting {f} :: inclusion (e.g. in a precious stone)
insmeren {v} [with direct object] :: to rub in, to smear
insmeren {v} [with indirect object] :: to rub a substance onto, to anoint
insneeuwen {v} :: to snow in
insnijden {vti} :: to cut into, to carve into
inspannen {v} :: to put horses, ponies, donkeys or oxen in front of a cart or carriage
inspannen {v} :: to exert (to put in vigorous action)
inspanning {f} :: effort
in spe {phrase} :: Prospective, hopeful, upcoming
inspiratie {f} :: inspiration
inspirator {m} :: An inspirer, inspirator, one that gives (creative) inspiration
inspireren {v} :: to inspire
inspreken {v} :: to record (especially sound)
inspreken {v} :: to pep, encourage
inspringen {vi} :: to fill in, to be replaced
inspringen {vi} :: to indent (at the beginning of a paragraph)
inspuiten {v} :: to inject
inspuiting {f} :: injection
instabiel {adj} :: unstable
instabiliteit {f} :: instability
installatie {f} :: installation
installatie {f} :: something that's installed such as machinery
installeren {v} :: To install
instantie {f} :: authority
instantie {f} :: instance
instantie {f} :: agency, bureau
instanton {n} [mathematics, physics] :: Instanton
instap {m} :: boarding: the act of stepping into a vehicle
instappen {v} :: to get in
instede {prep} [archaic] :: instead of, in place of
insteek {c} :: approach, manner, take, line
insteekhoes {f} :: punched pocket
insteken {v} :: to stab
insteken {v} :: to insert, to put in (such as to lead a knitting needle through a loop)
instellen {v} :: to set (up), to configure
instelling {f} :: institution
instelling {f} :: attitude
instelling {f} :: configuration option
instelling {f} :: adjustment
instemmen {v} :: to agree
instemming {f} :: agreement
instemming {f} :: approval
instinken {v} :: to fall for, to be fooled by
instituut {n} :: institute
instorten {vi} :: to collapse
instorter {m} :: An inspirer, human source of inspiration and/or motivation
instorting {f} :: A collapse, implosion etc
instorting {f} [figuratively] :: A breakdown, downfall, undoing; decay; grave medical relapse
instorting {f} :: An influx, flood
instorting {f} :: An infusion
instorting {f} [figuratively] :: An inspiration; suggestion
in strijd met {prep} :: contrary to
instructeur {m} :: instructor
instructie {f} :: instruction, directive
instructrice {f} :: female instructor
instrument {n} :: instrument
instrumentalis {m} [grammar] :: instrumental case
instrumentarium {n} [literal and figurative] :: set of instruments, toolset
instuderen {v} :: to rehearse (for a performance)
instuif {m} :: housewarming
insuline {m} :: insulin
inteelt {f} {m} :: inbreeding
integendeel {adv} :: on the contrary
in tegenstelling tot {prep} :: unlike, contrary to
integer {adj} :: honest, trustworthy, having integrity
integraal {f} [calculus] :: integral
integraal {f} [dated, finance, chiefly plural] :: A bond with a guaranteed real interest of 2.5%
integraal {adj} :: integral
integraalrekening {f} :: The field of calculus dedicated to the study of antiderivatives and integrals
integraalrekening {f} :: The method of calculating antiderivatives and integrals
integratie {f} :: integration
integratie-interval {n} :: integration interval
integreren {vi} :: to integrate, to assimilate
integreren {vt} :: to integrate, to assimilate
integreren {vt} [mathematics] :: to integrate, calculate an integral
integrist {m} :: A politically antimodernist Roman Catholic; an integrist
intellectueel {adj} :: intellectual
intellectueel {mf} :: an intellectual
intelligent {adj} :: intelligent, bright, smart
intelligentie {f} :: intelligence (capacity of mind)
intens {adj} :: intense
intensiteit {f} :: intensity
interageren {v} :: to interact
intercity {c} :: intercity train
intercostaal {adj} :: between the ribs; intercostal
interdisciplinair {adj} :: interdisciplinary (of or pertaining to multiple distinct academic disciplines or fields of study)
interessant {adj} :: interesting, arousing or holding the attention of; fascinating
interessant {adj} :: notable, important
interessant {adj} :: profitable, benefic
interesse {f} :: interest (e.g in a subject)
interesseren {v} :: to interest (to attract attention or concern)
interesseren {v} :: to show interest
interest {m} [finance] :: interest
interieur {n} :: interior
intern {adj} :: internal, inside of something, of the body etc
internationaal {adj} :: international, between, concerning, or transcending multiple nations
internationaal {m} :: An international actor, e.g. player in a national sports team
internationaal {m} :: A stock that is traded on exchanges in different countries
internet {n} :: Internet (specific internet consisting of the global network of computers)
internetten {v} :: to use the internet
internettoegang {m} :: Internet access
internettrol {m} :: internet troll
interne verbrandingsmotor {m} :: internal combustion engine
interpolatie {f} :: interpolation
interpretabel {adj} :: interpretable
interpretatie {f} :: interpretation, one's own explanation
interpreteren {v} :: to interpret
interrex {m} [history] :: An interrex, temporary head of state during the interregnum between two Roman consulates or from the death of a Polish king till the election and enthronement of his successor
interrumperen {v} :: to interrupt
intersectionaliteit {f} :: intersectionality
interval {n} :: interval
interveniëren {v} :: to intervene
interventie {f} :: Intervention
interventiemacht {f} :: humanitarian intervention
interventionistisch {adj} :: interventionist
interview {n} :: interview (conversation intended for recording statements for publication)
interviewen {v} :: to interview
interviewer {m} :: A male interviewer
interviewster {f} :: A female interviewer
intiem {adj} :: intimate, personal
intiem {adj} :: warm, friendly
intijds {adj} :: in time, timely
intijds {adv} :: in time, timely
intikken {v} :: to tap in lightly
intikken {v} :: to type in, enter with a typewriter or keyboard
intimidatie {f} :: intimidation
intimidator {m} :: intimidator
intimideren {v} :: to intimidate
intocht {m} [festivals] :: entry, entrance. Commonly used for the arrival of Sinterklaas in the country
intolerantie {f} :: intolerance
intomen {v} :: to curb
intoxicatie {f} :: intoxication
intrappen {v} :: To kick in
intrappen {v} [colloquial] :: To put in
intrede {f} {m} :: entrance
intreden {v} :: to enter, go in
intreden {v} :: to set in, begin
intrekken {v} :: to withdraw, revoke
intrekken {v} :: to march in (see binnentrekken)
intrest {m} :: alternative form of interest
intrigant {m} :: an intriguer, a scheming individual
intrige {f} :: intrigue; plot
intrigeren {v} :: To intrigue
intrinsiek {adj} :: intrinsic (inherent)
introduceren {v} :: to introduce
introvert {adj} :: introvert
intrusief {adj} :: intrusive (tending to intrude)
intussen {adv} :: meanwhile, in the meantime
intuïtie {f} :: intuition
intypen {v} :: to type in
inundatie {f} :: inundation
inunderen {v} :: to inundate
inval {m} :: inspiration, brain wave
inval {m} :: bust, raid
inval {m} :: incursion, invasion
inval {m} :: incidence
invalide {c} :: disabled or handicapped person
invalide {adj} :: disabled, handicapped
invallen {v} :: to fall into
invallen {v} :: to begin abruptly, to suddenly start appearing
invallen {v} :: to fill in (e.g. for someone who is sick)
invallen {v} :: to strike
invalshoek {m} [physics] :: angle of incidence
invalshoek {m} :: a particular manner of treating or approaching something; a line of approach, a line of attack, an angle
invangen {v} :: to capture
in verband met {prep} :: in connection with
invers {adj} :: inverse
inverse {noun} :: inverse
inverteerbaar {adj} [mathematics] :: invertible: which has an inverse
in verwachting {adj} [formal] :: pregnant
investeerder {m} :: investor
investeren {v} :: to invest
investering {f} :: investment
investeringsbank {f} :: investment bank
investituur {f} [historical] :: transfer of worldly feudal property
investituur {f} :: inauguration, confirmation (ceremonious establishment into an office)
invitatie {f} :: invitation
inviteren {v} [formal] :: to invite
invloed {m} :: influence
invloedrijk {adj} :: influential
invoer {m} :: input
invoer {m} :: import
invoer {m} :: introduction (of something new)
invoerapparaat {n} :: input device
invoeren {v} :: to introduce
invoeren {v} :: to input
invoeren {v} :: to import
invoering {f} :: introduction (e.g. of a currency)
invorderen {v} :: to confiscate
invorderen {v} :: to collect (debt)
invriezen {v} :: To freeze in; to refrigerate
invullen {v} :: to fill in
inwaarts {adv} :: inwards
in weerwil van {prep} :: in spite of
inwendig {adj} :: internal
inwendige {noun} :: inside
in werking treden {v} :: to enter into force
inwerkingtreding {f} :: coming into force (e.g. of a treaty)
inwerpen {v} :: to throw in
inwerpen {v} [of a coin] :: to insert
inwijden {v} :: to inaugurate
inwijden {v} :: to consecrate
inwijkeling {m} [Belgian] :: immigrant
inwijkeling {m} [Belgian] :: newcomer, new arrival, new resident
inwijking {f} [Belgium] :: immigration
inwilligen {v} :: to grant, accede
inwoner {m} :: inhabitant
inwonersaantal {n} :: population (count)
inwonertal {n} :: population (number of residents; statistic)
inz. {abbr} :: inzonderheid
inzage {f} {m} :: quick inspection or examination
inzake {prep} :: concerning, as far as ... is concerned
inzamelen {vt} :: to gather together, to collect (from somewhere, e.g. charity)
inzamelen {v} :: to reap
inzameling {f} :: collection (the act of collecting)
inzenden {v} :: to send in
inzending {f} :: entry, submission (e.g. to a contest)
inzet {m} :: commitment, effort
inzet {m} :: bet, stake
inzetten {v} :: to insert
inzetten {v} :: to start off
inzetten {v} :: to use, to employ
inzetten {v} :: place a bet
inzicht {n} :: insight, intuition
inzicht {n} :: awareness, senses
inzien {v} :: to realise (UK); realize (US)
inzien {v} :: to glance over, to inspect quickly and cursorily
in zijn eentje {adv} :: alone, by oneself
inzitten {v} [~ over] :: to worry (about), to be concerned (about)
inzittende {mf} :: occupant of a vehicle or an aircraft
inzonderheid {adv} [formal] :: especially
inzoomen {v} :: to zoom in
io {interj} [dated] :: io [exclamation of triumph]
Ionische Zee {prop} :: Ionian Sea (European sea)
ionosfeer {m} :: ionosphere
IP-adres {n} :: IP address
i.p.v. {abbr} :: in plaats van
ir. {abbr} :: ingenieur (university-educated engineer)
Iraaks {adj} :: Iraqi
Iraans {adj} :: Iranian
Irak {prop} {n} :: Iraq
Irakees {m} :: Iraqi (someone from Iraq or of Iraqi descent)
Iran {prop} {n} :: Iran
Iraniër {mf} :: an Iranian
-ière {suffix} :: feminine noun of -ier
Irene {prop} :: given name
iridium {n} :: iridium
iris {c} :: iris
Irokees {adj} :: Iroquoian
ironie {f} :: irony
ironisch {adj} :: ironic, ironical
ironisch {adv} :: ironically
irritatie {f} :: Irritation
-isch {suffix} :: -ic
-isch {suffix} :: -ian
ischemie {f} :: ischaemia (local anaemia)
is er iemand thuis {phrase} :: is there anybody home?
islam {m} :: Islam
islamitisch {adj} :: Islamic
Islamitische Staat {prop} {m} :: Short for Islamitische Staat in Irak en de Levant (Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant)
islamofobie {f} :: The aversion Islamophobia, directing against Muslims and their Islamic faith
islamofobisch {adj} :: Islamophobic (discriminatory or bigoted towards Islam and/or Muslims)
islamofoob {m} :: Islamophobe (someone with discriminatory or bigoted beliefs about Islam and/or Muslims)
islamofoob {adj} :: Islamophobic (discriminatory or bigoted towards Islam and/or Muslims)
-isme {suffix} :: -ism
isme {n} :: ism
isogeen {adj} :: coming from the same origin; isogeneic
isolatie {f} :: insulation
isolatie {f} :: isolation
isolationisme {n} :: isolationism
isoleren {v} :: to isolate
isoleren {v} :: to insulate
isolijn {f} :: isoline
Israël {prop} {n} :: Israel
Israëlisch {adj} :: Israeli
-ist {suffix} :: appended to a word, it yields a noun which signifies the subject who performs something related to that word
Istanboel {prop} {n} :: The Turkish metropole Istanbul, the former Constantinople (Byzantium)
-iste {suffix} :: -ist in the female form
-istiek {suffix} :: -istic
Istmisch {adj} :: Pertaining to the Isthmus of Corinth
Istro-Roemeens {prop} {n} :: Istro-Romanian language
Italië {prop} {n} :: Italy
Italiaan {m} :: An inhabitant of Italy
Italiaan {m} :: A person of Italian descent
Italiaan {m} :: (by extension) Something Italian, e.g. a restaurant
Italiaans {adj} :: Italian
Italiaans {prop} {n} :: Italian (language)
Italiaanse {f} :: Italian (female inhabitant of Italy)
Italisch {adj} :: Italic
-iteit {suffix} :: alternative form of -teit
iteratie {f} :: iteration
i.t.t. {abbr} :: in tegenstelling tot
-ium {suffix} :: -ium
i.v.m. {abbr} :: in verband met
ivoor {n} :: ivory, a hard natural material from elephant tusks and some other mammals' teeth
ivoor {n} :: an ivory artifact
ivoorkleurig {adj} :: ivory (having colour of ivory)
Ivoorkust {prop} {n} :: Ivory Coast
ivoren {adj} :: ivory
ivoren toren {m} [idiomatic] :: ivory tower