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1st person preterite verb form for -er verbs{suffix}
Suffix indicating certain demonyms, especially from Arabic and Indo-Iranian countries and regions, like iraní, iraquí, azerí, marroquí, penyabí, and others{suffix}
-íaSuffix indicating the first-person singular imperfect indicative of -er and -ir verbs{suffix}
-íaSuffix indicating the third-person singular imperfect indicative of -er and -ir verbs{suffix}
-íaisSuffix indicating the second-person plural imperfect indicative of -er and -ir verbs{suffix}
-íamosSuffix indicating the first-person plural imperfect indicative of -er and -ir verbs{suffix}
-íanSuffix indicating the third-person plural imperfect indicative of -er and -ir verbs{suffix}
-íasSuffix indicating the second-person singular imperfect indicative of -er and -ir verbs{suffix}
íbiceibex (type of wild mountain goat){m}
íconoicon{m}
ídoloidol{m}
ígneoigneous{adj}
iand{conj} [archaic]
iName of the letter I{f}
iThe ninth letter of the Spanish alphabet{letter}
-ióSuffix indicating the third-person singular indicative preterite of -er and -ir verbs{suffix}
IIlustre{abbr}
IThe ninth letter of the Spanish alphabet{letter}
Iñakimale given name{prop}
-iano-ian (all instances){suffix}
-iatría-iatrics{suffix}
-iatría-iatry{suffix}
iatrofobiaiatrophobia{f}
iatrogeniaiatrogenesis{f}
IberiaIberia (Caucasian Iberia){prop}
IberiaIberia (European peninsula, consisting of Portugal and Spain){prop}
ibicencoIbizan{adj}
IbizaIbiza{prop}
-ible{suffix} [l/en, -ible]
ibéricoIberian (of Iberia){adj}
ibéricoIberian (native of Iberia){m}
icebergiceberg{m}
iceburgoiceberg{m}
icónicoiconic{adj}
-ico-ic; added to nouns to form adjectives{suffix}
-icousually derogative diminutive suffix; added to nouns to form nouns{suffix}
iconoicon (all senses){m}
iconoclastaiconoclastic{adj}
iconoclastaiconoclast{mf}
iconografíaiconography{f}
iconográficoiconographic{adj}
iconologíaiconology{f}
icoságonoicosagon{m} [geometry]
ictericiajaundice{f}
ictiólogoichthyologist{m}
ictiológicoichthyological{adj}
ictiologíaichthyology{f}
ictéricojaundiced; afflicted with jaundice{adj}
idagoing{f}
idamarch{f}
-idadForm of -dad used generally for adjectives of three or more syllables; Comparable to English suffix -ity{suffix}
IdahoIdaho{prop}
ida y vueltaround trip{phrase}
ideaidea{f}
idea clavekey idea{f}
idealideal{adj}
idealideal{m}
idealistaidealistic{adj}
idealistaidealist{mf}
idealizarto idealize [US], idealise [UK]{v}
idealmenteideally{adv}
idearto devise{v}
identidadidentity{f}
identificableidentifiable{adj}
identificaciónidentification{f}
identificadoidentified{adj}
identificarto identify{v}
ideo-ideo-{prefix}
ideogramaideogram, ideograph{m}
ideológicoideological{adj}
ideologíaideology{f}
idilioidyll{m}
idiomaA language{m}
idiomáticoidiomatic{adj}
idiosincrasiaidiosyncrasy{f}
idiosincráticoidiosyncratic{adj}
idiotaidiotic{adj}
idiotaidiot{mf} [pejorative]
idiotezidiocy{f}
idiotismoidiom{m} [linguistics]
idiotismoignorance{m} [social]
idiotizarto idiotize{v}
idióticoidiotic{adj}
idólatraidolatrous{adj}
idílicoidyllic{adj}
idóneofitting{adj}
idóneosuitable{adj}
idénticamenteidentically{adv}
idénticoidentical{adj}
-idoSuffix indicating the past participle of regular -ir and -er verbs{suffix}
idolatrarto idolize{v}
idoneidadappropriateness{f}
-idorForm of -dor attached to -ir verb stems. Forms (usually agent) nouns and adjectives{suffix}
-idorafeminine form of -idor{suffix}
idosalternative form of idus{mp}
idosaidose{m} [carbohydrates]
-iduraForm of -dura used with -ir verbs to form nouns{suffix}
idusides{mp} [historical]
-iendoSuffix indicating the gerund of regular -er and -ir verbs{suffix}
-ieronSuffix indicating the third-person plural indicative preterite of -er and -ir verbs{suffix}
IFEInstituto Federal Electoral; the Mexican body for controlling elections{initialism}
-ificar-ify, -fy, suffix to form verbs with the meaning of to turn into, to transform into{suffix}
iglúigloo (inuit snow house){m}
iglesiachurch{f}
IglesiasSpanish surname{prop}
Ignaciomale given name, equivalent to Ignatius{prop}
ignífugofireproof (something that protects against fire){adj}
igniciónignition{f}
ignominiaignominy{f}
ignominiosamenteignominiously{adv}
ignominiosoignominious{adj}
ignoranciaignorance{f}
ignoranteignorant{adj}
ignorarto disregard{v}
ignorarto ignore{v}
Íñigomale given name{prop}
i griegaFormer name of the letter y. Now called ye{f}
igualequal{adj}
igualequals sign{m}
igualequal{mf}
igualarto make equal{v}
igualdadequality{f}
igualmenteequally{adv}
igualmentelikewise{adv}
igualmentelikewise; the same to you{interj}
iguanaiguana{f}
ÍñiguezSpanish surname{prop}
-il-ile (indicating relation or pertaining to){suffix}
ilícitoillicit{adj}
Ildafemale given name, cognate to the English Hilda{prop}
ilegalillegal, unlawful{adj}
ilegalidadillegality{f}
ilegalizarillegalize, criminalize, outlaw{v}
ilegalmenteillegally{adv}
ilegibleillegible{adj}
ilesounharmed{adj}
ilógicoillogical{adj}
ilimitadamentein an unlimited way; without limit{adv}
ilimitadounlimited, boundless{adj}
-illaAdded to feminine nouns to denote a diminutive form{suffix}
IllinoisIllinois{prop}
-illoAdded to masculine nouns to denote a diminutive form{suffix}
ilmenitailmenite{f}
ilotahelot{mf}
iluminaciónlighting{f}
iluminadafeminine form of iluminado{m}
iluminadolit, illuminated{adj}
iluminadolighting, illumination, light{m}
iluminadovisionary, seer, illuminist{m}
iluminarto illuminate{v}
IluminismoEnlightenment{prop}
iluministamember of the Enlightenment{m}
ilusiónhope, expectation{f}
ilusiónillusion{f}
ilusiónwishful thinking{f}
ilusionadoeager (excited by desire){adj}
ilusionanteexciting{adj}
ilusionarto excite{v}
ilusionistaillusionist{mf}
ilusivoillusive{adj}
ilusorioillusory{adj}
ilustraciónillustration{f}
ilustradomember of the Enlightenment{m}
ilustrarto illustrate{v}
ilustreillustrious{adj}
im-a form of the prefix in-, used before b, m and p{prefix}
imagenimage{f}
imaginableimaginable, cogitable{adj}
imaginaciónimagination{f}
imaginarto imagine{v}
imaginarioimaginary{adj}
imaginativoimaginative{adj}
imantadomagnetized{adj}
imantarto make magnetic; to magnetize{v}
imbécildumb, having the properties of an imbecile{adj} [offensive]
imbécilmoron, imbecile{mf} [offensive]
IMCíndice de masa corporal: BMI (body mass index){initialism}
IMEIndustria Maquiladora de Exportación{initialism}
Imeldafemale given name, most common in the Philippines{prop}
imidazolimidazole{m} [organic compound]
-imientoalternative form of -miento{suffix}
imitaciónimitation{f}
imitadorimitating{adj}
imitadorimitator{m}
imitadorafeminine form of imitador{f}
imitarto imitate{v}
imánattraction, charm{m}
imánimam{m}
imánmagnet{m}
-imossuffix indicating the first-person plural present indicative of -ir verbs{suffix}
-imosSuffix indicating the first-person plural preterite indicative of -er and -ir verbs{suffix}
impacienciaimpatience{f}
impacientarto loose patience{vr}
impacientarto cause impatience{vt}
impacienteimpatient{adj}
impacientementeimpatiently{adv}
impactanteshocking{adj}
impactarto impact{v}
impactoimpact{m}
impagablepriceless{adj}
impagableunpayable, very expensive{adj}
impagononpayment{m}
imparodd{adj}
imparodd number{m}
imparableunstoppable{adj}
imparcialimpartial{adj}
imparcialidadimpartiality{f}
imparcialmenteimpartially{adv}
impartirto impart{v}
impasibleimpassive{adj}
impavidezcold-bloodedness{f}
impavidezfearlessness{f}
impecableimpeccable{adj}
impecableperfect{adj}
impedimentoimpediment{m}
impedimentoobstacle{m}
impedirto impede, hinder{v}
impelerto propel{v}
impenetrabilidadimpenetrability{f}
impenetrableimpenetrable{adj}
imperarto be in command, to be emperor{v}
imperarto prevail{v}
imperarto reign, to rule{v}
imperativoimperative{adj}
imperativoimperative{m} [grammar]
imperceptiblementeimperceptibly{adv}
imperdonableunforgivable, unpardonable{adj}
imperfecciónimperfection{f}
imperfectamenteimperfectly{adv}
imperfectoimperfect{adj}
imperialimperial{adj}
imperialismoimperialism{m}
imperialistaimperialist{adj}
imperialistaimperialist{mf}
imperioempire{m}
imperioan allegedly imperialistic country, in particular the USA{m} [Venezuela]
impermeabilidadimpermeability{f}
impermeabilizaciónimpermeabilization, waterproof{f}
impermeableimpermeable{adj}
impermeableraincoat{m}
impersonalidadimpersonality{f}
impertinenciainfamy, intrusiveness{f}
impertinenteimpertinent, cheeky{adj}
impetuosoimpetuous, rash{adj}
impetuosospirited, lively, vehement{adj}
impiedadimpiety{f}
implantaciónimplantation (the action or the result of implanting.){f}
implantarto implant{v}
implanteimplant{m}
implícitamenteimplicitly{adv}
implícitoimplicit; tacit{adj}
implementaciónimplementation{f}
implementarto implement{v}
implementoappliance{m}
implementoimplement{m}
implementotool{m}
implicaciónimplication{f}
implicadoimplicated, involved{adj}
implicarto imply{v}
implicaturaimplicature{f}
implorarto implore{v}
implosionarto implode{v}
impolutopure, virgin{adj}
impolutounpolluted; unspoiled; pure; untouched{adj}
imponenteimposing, impressive{adj}
imponerto enjoin{v}
imponerTo impose, enforce{v}
imponerTo impose, impress{v}
importaciónimport{f}
importaciónimportation{f}
importanciaimportance{f}
importanteimportant{adj}
importantementeimportantly{adv}
importarto import{v}
importarto matter, to be important{v}
importeprice, cost{m}
importesum{m}
importesprices, costs{fp}
importessums{fp}
importunarto inconvenience{v}
imposibilidadimpossibility{f}
imposibilitarto make impossible{v}
imposibleimpossible{adj}
imposiblementeimpossibly{adv}
impostorimpostor{m}
impotenciadisability{f}
impotenciaimpotence / impotency{f}
impotenciapowerlessness{f}
impotenteimpotent, powerless, helpless{adj}
impotenteimpotent{adj} [medicine]
imprecisoimprecise, vague{adj}
impredecibleunpredictable{adj}
impregnarto impregnate{v}
imprentaprinter (a factory where printing is done){f}
imprentaprinting press{f}
imprentaprinting (the technology){f}
imprescindibleindispensable{adj}
impresentabledisgraceful{adj}
impresentableinept{adj}
impresentableunpresentable{adj}
impresiónimpression{f}
impresiónprint{f}
impresionableimpressionable{adj}
impresionadoimpressed{adj}
impresionanteimpressive{adj}
impresionarto impress; to make an impression on{v}
impresionismoimpressionism{m}
impresionistaimpressionistic{adj}
impresionistaimpressionist{mf}
impresoraprinter{f}
imprevisibleunpredictable{adj}
imprevisiónimprovidence{f}
imprevistounforeseen, unexpected{adj}
imprevistounforeseen event; contingency{m}
imprimirto print{v}
improbableimprobable, unlikely{adj}
improbablementeimprobably{adv}
improcedenteinappropriate{adj}
improperioinsult, affront, diss{m}
improvisaciónimprovisation{f}
improvisarimprovise (to make something up as one goes on){v}
imprudenciaimprudence{f}
imprudentementeimprudently{adv}
impuestotax{m}
impuesto al consumoexcise tax, sales tax{m}
impuesto de capitaciónpoll tax{m}
impuesto electoralpoll tax{m}
impuesto indirectoexcise tax{m}
impuesto por cabezahead tax{m}
impuesto realproperty tax{m}
impuesto realroyal tax{m}
impuesto sobre bienestax (goods tax especially property tax bienes raices){m}
impuesto sobre bienes y serviciosA goods and services tax{m}
impuesto sucesorioestate tax, inheritance tax{m}
impugnarto contest{v}
impulsarto impel, to drive, to force{v}
impulsodrive, urge{m}
impulsoimpulse, pulse{m} [sciences]
impulsordriving{adj}
impulsorimpulsive{adj}
impulsorimpeller{m}
impunementewith impunity, scot-free{adv}
impunidadimpunity{f}
impuramenteimpurely{adv}
impurezataint; impurity{f}
impuroimpure{adj}
imputableattributable; imputable{adj}
imputarto impute; to ascribe{v}
impávidofearless{adj}
in-not (negation){prefix}
iónion{m}
inacabableendless, interminable{adj}
inaccesibleinaccessible{adj}
inacentuadoatonic, unstressed{adj} [phonetics]
inaceptableunacceptable{adj}
inaceptablementeunacceptably{adv}
inactividadinactivity, idleness{f}
inactivoinactive{adj}
inadecuadoinadequate{adj}
inadmisibleinadmissible{adj}
INAHabbreviation of Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (National Institute of Anthropology and History){prop} [Mexico]
inalcanzableunreachable{adj}
inalámbricowireless{adj}
inamoviblefixed, stationary{adj}
inaneinane; pointless{adj}
inaniciónstarvation, inanition{f}
inapropiadoinappropriate{adj}
inarmoníainharmonicity{f}
inarmonicidadinharmonicity{f}
inauditooutrageous{adj}
inauditounheard-of, unprecedented{adj}
inauguracióninauguration{f}
inauguralinaugural{adj}
inaugurarto inaugurate{v}
incaInca{mf}
incalculableincalculable{adj}
incandescenteincandescent{adj}
incansabletireless, indefatigable{adj}
incapacidaddisability, handicap{f}
incapacidadinability, incapability{f}
incapacitarto incapacitate{v}
incapazincapable, unable{adj}
incautaciónconfiscation, seizure{f}
incautarto confiscate{v}
incautarto seize{v}
incautodupe, gullible, unwary, naive{adj}
incendiarto set fire to{v}
incendiarioincendiary, inflammatory{adj}
incendiarioarsonist{m}
incendiofire (especially burning buildings or forests){m}
incensaciónincensation{f}
incensarto incense{v}
incensariocenser{m}
incentivarto foster, provide incentive{v}
incentivoincentive, stimulus{m}
incertidumbreuncertainty{f}
incesanteincessant; ceaseless{adj}
incesantementeincessantly, ceaselessly{adv}
incestoincest{m}
incógnitoincognito, anonymous, unknown (with a hidden or unknown identity){adj}
inchaa soccer fan or sometimes a hooligan{m}
incidencia(countable) an incident, or happening{f}
incidencia(uncountable) repercussion, impact, or effect{f}
incidentalmenteincidentally{adv}
incidenteincident{m}
incidirto have influence or affect on, to have bearing on{vi}
incidirto enter into, to incur{v}
inciensoincense{m}
inciertamenteuncertainly{adv}
inciertouncertain{adj}
incineradoraincinerator{f}
incinerarto incinerate{v}
incipientebeginning{adj}
incisiónincision, cut{f}
incisivoincisive{adj}
incisivoincisor{m}
incitaciónarousal{f}
incitaciónincitement, incitation{f}
incitaciónseduction{f}
incitarto incite{v}
inciviluncivil{adj}
inclasificableunclassifiable (that one cannot classify){adj}
inclementeinclement, rough (of weather){adj}
inclementemerciless, severe{adj}
inclinacióninclination{f}
inclinaciónincline{f}
inclinarto tilt{v}
incluidoincluded, supplied{adj}
incluirto include, to enclose, to contain{v}
inclusiveinclusive{adj}
inclusiveinclusively{adv}
inclusoenclosed, included{adj}
inclusoeven{adv}
inclusoincluding{adv}
incómodouncomfortable{adj}
incoaciónStart, or commencement, or initiation{f} [legal, formal]
incoherenteincoherent{adj}
incoherentementeincoherently{adv}
incolorocolourless{adj}
incombustibleNot capable of catching fire and burning; not flammable{adj}
incomodarto inconvenience{v}
incomodidadincommodiousness, inconvenience, discomfort{f}
incompatibilidadincompatibility{f}
incompatibleincompatible{adj}
incompetenciaincompetence{f}
incompetenteincompetent{adj}
incompletamenteincompletely{adv}
incompletoincomplete, unfinished{adj}
incomprensibleincomprehensible{adj}
incomunicadoOf a prisoner, incommunicado; not permitted to communicate with anyone by speech or writing. Often used substantively.{adj}
incomunicarto isolate, to deny communication{v}
inconcebibleinconceivable, unthinkable{adj}
inconciliableirreconcilable{adj}
inconcretoimprecise, unspecific{adj}
incondicionalunconditional{adj}
incondicionalmentewholeheartedly, unconditionally, unreservedly, unquestioningly{adv}
inconexodisconnected{adj}
inconexodisjointed, random{adj}
inconexounconnected{adj}
inconformismononconformism, nonconformity{m}
inconformistanonconformist{mf}
inconfundibleunmistakable{adj}
inconscienciaunconsciousness{f}
inconscienteunconscious{adj}
inconsecuenteinconsistent{adj}
inconstitucionalunconstitutional{adj}
incontableuncountable{adj}
incontenibleunstoppable, uncontrollable{adj}
inconteniblementein a manner that is not capable of being contained{adv}
incontestableincontestable{adj}
incontrolableuncontrollable{adj}
inconvenienteinconvenient{adj}
inconvenientedrawback{m}
inconvenienteproblem, trouble{m}
incorporaciónincorporation{f}
incorporarto fold, stir gently{v} [culinary]
incorporarto incorporate{v}
incorporarsereflexive form of incorporar{vr}
incorrectamenteincorrectly{adv}
incorrectowrong, incorrect{adj}
incorregibleincorrigible{adj}
incorregibleuncorrectable{adj}
increíbleincredible, unbelievable{adj}
increíblementeincredibly{adv}
incredulidadincredulity{f}
incrementarto increment{v}
incrementoaccrual{m}
incrementoincrement{m}
increparto rebuke, to chastise{v}
incriminarto incriminate{v}
incrustacióninlay{f}
incrustarto embed{v}
incubarto incubate{v}
inculcarto instill, inculcate (in), drum (review to establish memorization){v}
inculparto accuse{v}
incultoignorant{adj}
incultouncivilized{adj}
incultouncultivated{adj}
incumbenciaduty, responsibility, incumbency{f}
incumbirto be incumbent{v}
incumplidordeadbeat, disappointer{m}
incumplirto disobey (rules){v}
incumplirto fail to complete{v}
incunableincunable, incunabulum{m}
incurrirto incur{v}
incursiónraid; incursion{f}
incursionarto stage a raid on{v}
indagacióninvestigation{f}
indagarto investigate{vt}
indebidoundue, unowed{m}
indecisiónindecision{f}
indecisoindecisive, irresolute, wavering, uncertain, hesitant{adj}
indecisoundecided, unsettled, unresolved{adj}
indefensohelpless, defenseless{adj}
indefinidamenteindefinitely{adv}
indefinidoindefinite{adj}
indemnizaciónindemnity{f}
indemnizarto indemnify{v}
independenciaindependence{f}
independencia lineallinear independence{f} [linear algebra]
independienteindependent{adj}
independientementeindependently{adv}
independizarseto become independent{v}
indescifrableillegible{adj}
indeseableundesirable{adj}
indestructibleindestructible{adj}
indeterminadoindeterminate{adj}
indexarto index{v}
indígenaindigenous{adj}
indígenaindigenous person, native{mf}
indiafeminine form of indio{f}
IndiaIndia{prop}
indiana(textile) printed calico{f}
IndianaIndiana{prop}
indicaciónindication{f}
indicadoappropriate{adj}
indicadoindicated{adj}
indicadosuitable{adj}
indicadorindicator, trafficator{m} [automotive]
indicadorindicator{m}
indicarto indicate{v}
indiciarto index{v}
indicioclue, hint{m}
indicioevidence{m}
indiciosign{m}
indiferenciaapathy{f}
indiferenciaindifference{f}
indiferenteindifferent{adj}
indigenciaindigence{f}
indigenteindigent{adj}
indigestiónindigestion{f}
indigestoindigestible{adj}
indigestosuffering indigestion{adj}
indignaciónindignation{f}
indignadoSomeone protesting the bankster occupation of the European Union{m} [Spain, 2010s]
indignarto outrage{v}
indignidadindignity{f}
indioIndian (India){adj}
indioIndian (native Americans){adj}
indioA native of India{m}
indioAn indigenous person of the Americas{m}
indioindium{m}
indirectahint{f}
indirectainsinuation{f}
indirectamenteindirectly{adv}
indirectoindirect{adj}
indiscretoindiscreet{adj}
indispensableindispensable{adj}
indisponerto cause to become indisposed{v}
indisponerto upset{v}
indisputableindisputable{adj}
indisputablementeindisputably{adv}
indistinguibleindistinguishable{adj}
inéditonot published{adj}
individualindividual{adj}
individualplace mat{m}
individualidadindividuality{f}
individualismoindividualism{m}
individualistaindividualist{mf}
individualistoindividualistic{adj}
individuoindividual{m}
indivisibleindivisible{adj}
indizarto index{vt}
indlandsisice sheet{f}
indómitoindomitable{adj}
indómitountamed{adj}
indómitowild{adj}
indoblegableunyielding{adj}
indocumentadoundocumented{adj}
indocumentadoAn undocumented person{m}
indolindole{m} [organic compound]
IndonesiaIndonesia{prop}
indonesioIndonesian{adj}
indonesioIndonesian{m}
induccióninduction{f}
inducidoarmature (in a dynamo){m}
inducirto induce{v}
inducirto lead{v}
inductorinducing{adj}
inductorinductor{m}
indudableindubitable, undoubtable{adj}
indudablementeindubitably, undoubtedly{adv}
indulgenciaindulgence{f}
indultarto pardon (grant an official pardon for a crime){v}
industriaindustry{f}
industrialindustrial{adj}
industrializarto industrialize{v}
inefableineffable (beyond expression){adj}
ineficazineffective{adj}
ineficienciainefficiency{f}
ineficienteinefficient{adj}
inelásticoinelastic{adj}
inequívocamenteunequivocally, unambiguously{adv}
inequívocounambiguous{adj}
inequívocounmistakable{adj}
inerciainertia{f}
inercia químicaChemical inertness. unreactive{f}
inermeunarmed, defenceless, helpless{adj}
inerteinactive, sluggish{adj}
inerteinert{adj}
inesperadamenteunexpectedly{adv}
inesperadounexpected{adj}
inestabilidadinstability{f}
inestableunstable{adj}
inevitableinevitable, inescapable, unavoidable (unable to be avoided){adj}
inevitablementeinevitably, inexorably{adv}
inexistenciainexistence{f}
inexistentenonexistent{adj}
inexorableinexorable{adj}
inexorablementeinexorably{adv}
inexperienciainexperience{f}
inexplicableinexplicable, unexplainable{adj}
inexplicablementeinexplicably, unaccountably{adv}
infalibleinfallible{adj}
infameawful, dreadful{adj}
infameinfamous, vile, wicked{adj}
infamementeinfamously{adv}
infamiainfamy{f}
infanciainfancy{f}
infantaprincess{f}
infantefoot soldier, infantryman{m}
infanteinfant{m}
infanteríainfantry{f}
infanticidainfanticide (person){mf}
infantilchildish{adj}
infantilimmature{adj}
infartoinfarct, heart attack{m}
infatigableindefatigable, tireless{adj}
infeccióninfection{f}
infeccionarto infect{v}
infectadoinfected{adj}
infectarto infect{v}
infelicidadmisfortune{f}
infelicidadunhappiness{f}
infelizunfortunate{adj}
infelizunhappy{adj}
inferenciainference{f}
inferiorinferior (below){adj}
inferiorinferior (of lower quality){adj}
inferiorinferior (of lower rank){adj}
inferioridadinferiority{f}
inferirto infer{v}
infernalinfernal{adj}
infertilidadinfertility{f}
infestarto infest{v}
infidelidadunfaithfulness{f}
infielunfaithful{adj}
infielmenteunfaithfully{adv}
infiernohell{m}
infijo[of an affix] infixed{adj}
infijoinfix{m}
infiltrarto infiltrate{v}
infinidadinfinity{f} [countable and, uncountable]
infinitamenteinfinitely{adv}
infinitivoinfinitive{m} [grammar]
infinitoboundless, unlimited, unbounded, immeasurable{adj}
infinitoendless, countless{adj}
infinitoinfinite{adj}
infinitoinfinity{m}
inflacióninflation (expansion or increase in size){f}
inflamableinflammable{adj}
inflamacióninflammation{f}
inflamarto ignite{vt}
inflamarto inflame{vt}
inflarto inflate{v}
inflexibleinflexible{adj}
inflexióninflection (a change in the tone of voice){f}
inflexióninflection (a turning away from a straight course){f}
infligirto inflict{v}
inflorescenciainflorescence{f} [botany]
influenciainfluence{f}
influenciarto influence{v}
influenzainfluenza{f}
influirto have influence on{v}
influirto influence{v}
influyenteinfluential{adj}
informacióndata{f}
informacióninformation{f}
informadoinformed{adj}
informalinformal{adj}
informalmenteinformally{adv}
informanteinformant, telltale{mf}
informarto find out, see informarse{vr}
informarto inform{vt}
informarsereflexive form of informar To find out{vr}
informativoinformative{adj}
informemisshapen{adj}
informeshapeless, formless{adj}
informereport{m}
informáticacomputer science, informatics, information technology{f}
informáticafeminine form of informático, a female computer scientist{f}
informáticoinformatic{adj}
informáticocomputer scientist{m}
infortunioadversity{m}
infortuniomisfortune{m}
infraccióninfraction, infringement, violation{f}
infraespinosoinfraspinatus{m}
infraestructurainfrastructure{f}
in fragantired-handed, in flagrante delicto{adv}
inframundounderworld{m}
infranqueableimpassable (of roads){adj}
infranqueableinsurmountable, impassable (of obstacles){adj}
infranqueableunenterable (of doors){adj}
infrarrojoinfrared{adj}
infrasónicoinfrasonic{adj} [physics]
infrasonidoinfrasound{m}
infrecuenteinfrequent{adj}
infringirto infringe{v}
infértilinfertile, sterile{adj}
infructuosamentefruitlessly{adv}
infructuosofruitless{adj}
infundirto instill (especially a feeling){vt} [ditransitive]
infusióninfusion{f}
infusióntea (infusion made from herbs){f}
infusorioinfusoria{m} [zoology]
ingeniarto devise{v}
ingenieríaengineering{f}
ingenieroengineer{m}
ingeniogenius{m}
ingeniomind{m}
ingeniosoingenious, artful{adj}
ingentegreat, considerable, enormous{adj}
ingenuafeminine form of ingenuo{f}
ingenuidadnaivety{f}
ingenuonaive, ingenuous, candid, innocent{adj}
ingenuonaif{m}
ingerirto ingest{v}
ingestióningestion{f}
InglaterraEngland{prop}
inglegroin{f} [anatomy]
inglesaEnglishwoman{f}
inglésEnglish{adj}
inglésEnglishman{m}
inglésThe English language{m}
inglés antiguoOld English{prop}
inglés medioMiddle English{prop}
ingravidezlightness{f}
ingravidezweightlessness{f}
ingredienteingredient (one of the parts of a whole){m}
ingresarto commit someone to a medical institution{v}
ingresarto enter{v}
ingresarto join{v}
ingresarto put{v}
ingresodeposit{m}
ingresoentrance, ingress{m}
ingresoincome{m}
inhabilitarto disqualify{v}
inhalacióninhalation{f}
inhaladorinhalator{m}
inhalagüeñodisagreeable, obnoxious, unpleasant{adj}
inhalarto inhale{v}
inherenteinherent{adj}
inhibicióninhibition{f}
inhibidorinhibitor{m}
inhibidorafeminine form of inhibidor{f}
inhibinainhibin{f} [protein]
inhibirto inhibit{v}
inhumanoinhuman{adj}
inhumarto bury or inter{v}
iniciacióninitiation{f}
iniciadoinitiate{adj}
inicialinitial{adj}
inicialinitial (first letter of a name or word){f}
inicialmenteinitially{adv}
iniciarto begin; initiate{v}
iniciativainitiative{f}
iniciativoinitiatory{adj}
iniciativoinitiative{m}
iniciostart, initiation{m}
iónicoionic{adj} [chemistry]
inicuoiniquitous, nefarious{adj}
IniestaA Spanish surname{prop}
inimaginableunimaginable{adj}
ininteligibleunintelligible{adj}
ininterrumpidamenteuninterruptedly{adv}
ininterrumpidouninterrupted{adj}
iniquidadiniquity, injustice{f}
injertarto graft{v}
injertografting{m} [horticulture]
injertograft{m} [horticulture, surgery]
injuriarto insult{v}
injustamenteunjustly, unfairly{adv}
injusticiainjustice{f}
injustificableunjustifiable{adj}
injustificadoundue, unjustified{m}
injustounfair{adj}
Inmaculadafemale given name{prop}
inmaduroimmature{adj}
inmadurounripe{adj}
inmaterialimmaterial{adj}
in medias resin medias res{adj}
in medias resin medias res{adv}
inmediatamenteimmediately{adv}
inmediatezimmediacy{f}
inmediatoimmediate{adj}
inmejorableunbeatable{adj}
inmemorialimmemorial{adj}
inmensoimmense{adj}
inmersiónimmersion{f}
inmersoimmersed{adj}
inmersosubmerged{adj}
inmigraciónimmigration{f}
inmigranteimmigrant{adj}
inmigranteimmigrant{mf}
inmigrarto immigrate{v}
inminenciaimminence{f}
inminenteimminent{adj}
inmiscuirseto interfere [in]{v}
inmobiliariareal-estate agency{f}
inmobiliarioreal-estate (related to real estate){adj}
inmolarto immolate{v}
inmoralimmoral{adj}
inmoralidadimmorality{f}
inmortalimmortal{adj}
inmortalimmortal{mf}
inmortalidadimmortality{f}
inmortalizarto immortalise{v}
inmovilidadimmobility{f}
inmovilizarto immobilize{v}
inmuebleproperty, estate, building{m}
inmundiciafilth, dirt{f}
inmundofilthy (of or pertaining to filth){adj}
inmuneimmune{adj}
inmunógenoantigen, immunogen{f} [immunology]
inmunidadimmunity{f}
inmunitarioimmune (relating to immunity){adj}
inmunizarto immunize{v}
inmunólogoimmunologist{m}
inmunoglobulinaimmunoglobulin{f} [protein, immunology]
inmunológicoimmunological{adj}
inmunologíaimmunology{f}
inmunotransferenciaimmunoblot, or western blot analysis{f}
inmutableimmutable{adj}
inmutarto alter{v}
inmutarsereflexive form of inmutar{vr}
inmutarseto become disturbed, turn pale{v}
inmóvilimmobile{adj}
innatoinnate, inborn{adj}
innecesariamenteunnecessarily{adv}
innecesariounnecessary{adj}
innegableundeniable{adj}
innombrableunmentionable{adj}
innominadounnamed, nameless, innominate{adj}
innovacióninnovation{f}
innovadorinnovative{adj}
innovarto innovate{v}
innumerableinnumerable{adj}
inocenciainnocence{f}
inocentadapractical joke, prank{f}
inocenteinnocent{adj}
inocenteinnocent person{mf}
inocentementeinnocently{adv}
inocuidadinnocuity, innocuousness, harmlessness{f}
inocularto inoculate{v}
inocuoharmless{adj}
inocuoinnoxious{adj}
inodoroodorless{adj}
inodorotoilet{m}
inofensivoharmless, innocuous{adj}
inolvidableunforgettable{adj}
inopiaindigence, poverty{f}
inoportunoinopportune{adj}
inorgánicoinorganic{adj}
inositolinositol{m} [organic compound]
inoxidableinoxidizable{adj}
inprudenteunprudent, foolish{m}
inquebrantableunbreakable, firm{adj}
inquebrantableunswerving, unshakable{adj}
inquietarto upset{v}
inquietoanxious, worried{adj}
inquietorestless, agitated, unquiet, cross{adj}
inquietudinquietude, restlessness{f}
inquilinajetenancy{m}
inquilinajeThe system of tenant farming, especially during the colonial era{m}
inquilinotenant farmer{m}
inquilinotenant, renter{m}
inquirirto inquire{v}
inquirirto investigate{v}
inquisicióninquiry, investigation{f}
inquisiciónInquisition{f}
Inésfemale given name, cognate to Agnes. Diminutive: Inesita{prop}
InésThe letter I in the Spanish phonetic alphabet{prop}
insaciableinsatiable{adj}
insalubridadinsalubrity{f}
insalvableinsurmountable{adj}
insanoinsane{adj}
insanounhealthy{adj}
insatisfactoriounsatisfactory{adj}
inscribirto inscribe{v}
inscribirse(reflexive form of inscribir) to sign up{vr}
inscripcióninscription{f}
insecticidainsecticide{f}
insectoinsect{m}
insectívoroinsectivore{m}
inseguridadinsecurity{f}
inseguridaduncertainty{f}
inseguroinsecure (lacking self-confidence){adj}
insegurounsafe{adj}
insegurounsure, uncertain{adj}
inseminableinseminable{adj}
inseminarto inseminate{v}
insensatosenseless, crazy, foolish, insensate{adj}
insensibilidadinsensitivity{f}
insensibilizarto desensitize{v}
insensibleinsensible, insensitive, cold, tactless{adj}
inseparableinseparable{adj}
inseparablelovebird{m}
inseparablementeinseparably{adv}
insertarto insert{v}
inservibleuseless, good for nothing, unserviceable{adj}
insigniabadge, insignia{f}
insignificanciainsignificance{f}
insignificanteinsignificant{adj}
insinuaciónhint{f}
insinuacióninnuendo{f}
insinuacióninsinuation{f}
insinuarhint{v}
insinuarinsinuate{v}
insipidezinsipidity, insipidness, tastelessness, vapidity, blandness{f}
insipideztameness{f}
insipientefool{adj}
insipienteignorant{adj}
insistirto insist{v}
insólitounusual, weird, strange{adj}
insolacióninsolation, sunshine{f}
insolaciónsunstroke{f}
insolenciainsolence{f}
insolenteinsolent, impudent, impertinent{adj}
insolventeinsolvent{adj}
insomnioinsomnia (sleeping disorder){m}
insondableabysmal; deep{adj}
insoportableunbearable, insufferable, insupportable, unendurable, intolerable{adj}
inspeccióninspection{f}
inspeccionarto inspect{v}
inspectorinspector (male){m}
insípidamenteinsipidly{adv}
insípidoinsipid{adj}
inspiracióninspiration{f}
inspiradorinspiring{adj}
inspiradorinspirer (person who inspires){m}
inspirarto inhale{v}
inspirarto inspire{v}
instalacióninstallation (process){f}
instalaciónproduction plant{f}
instalarto install{v}
instanciainstitution{f}
instanciarequest{f}
instantemoment{m}
instantáneasnapshot; photo{f}
instantáneamenteinstantaneously{adv}
instantáneoinstantaneous{adj}
instarto urge, to be urgent{vt}
instaurarto establish{v}
instigarto instigate, incite, urge{v}
instintivamenteinstinctively, intuitively{adv}
instintivoinstinctive{adj}
instintoinstinct{m}
institucióninstitution{f}
institucionalinstitutional{adj}
institucionalizacióninstitutionalization{f}
instituirto institute{v}
institutoinstitute{m}
instruccióninstruction{f}
instructorinstructor, teacher{m}
instruirto educate, school{v}
instruirto inform{v}
instruirto instruct{v}
instrumentalinstrumental{adj}
instrumentarto orchestrate{v}
instrumentoinstrument{m}
insubsanableinexcusable{adj}
insubsanableirreparable{adj}
insuficienciadeficiency{f}
insuficienteinsufficient{adj}
insufribleinsufferable{adj}
insularinsular{adj}
insularislander{mf}
insulinainsulin{f} [hormone]
insulsoinsipid, bland{adj}
insulsoungracious{adj}
insultarto insult, to offend{vt}
insultoinsult{m}
insuperableinsuperable{adj}
insurgenciainsurgency{f}
insurgenterebel{mf}
intactointact{adj}
intangibleintangible{adj}
integraciónintegration{f}
integralbrown (rice){adj}
integralintegral{adj}
integralwhole{adj}
integralwhole-grain{adj}
integralintegral{f} [mathematics]
integrantemember{mf}
integrarto make up; compose{v}
integrasaintegrase{f} [enzyme]
integridadintegrity{f}
integrinaintegrin{f} [protein]
integumentariointegumentary{adj}
integumentointegument{m}
intelectointellect; faculty of knowing, reasoning, and understanding in general (uncountable){m}
intelectointellect; of a person in particular (countable){m}
intelectualintellectual{adj}
intelectualmenteintellectually{adv}
inteligenciaintelligence{f}
inteligenteintelligent, clever{adj}
inteligentesmartphone{m}
inteligentementeintelligently{adv}
inteligibilidadintelligibility{f}
inteligibleintelligible{adj}
inteligiblementeintelligibly{adv}
intemperieoutdoors, open air{f}
intenciónintention{f}
intencionalintentional{adj}
intencionalmenteintentionally{adv}
intendenciamanagement, administration{f}
intendentecomparable to a superintendent{mf}
intensamenteintensely; acutely{adv}
intensidadintensity{f}
intensificaciónintensification{f}
intensificarto intensify{v}
intensivointensive{adj}
intensointense, strong{adj}
intensointensive{adj}
intentarto try; especially, to put forth effort or to attempt{v}
intentoattempt{m}
inter-inter-{prefix}
interaccióninteraction{f}
interacción débilweak interaction{f} [physics]
interacción electromagnéticaelectromagnetic interaction{f} [physics]
interacción fuertestrong interaction{f} [physics]
interacción fundamentalfundamental interaction{f} [physics]
interacción gravitatoriagravitational interaction{f} [physics]
interacción nuclear débilweak nuclear interaction{f} [physics]
interacción nuclear fuertestrong nuclear interaction{f} [physics]
interaccionarto interact{v}
interactivointeractive{adj}
interatómicointeratomic{adj}
intercalarto intersperse{v}
intercambiadorinterchange; interchange station{m}
intercambiadorterminal (transport facility){m}
intercambiarto interchange{v}
intercambioexchange{m}
intercambiointerchange{m}
intercambio de idiomaslanguage exchange{n}
intercederto intercede{v}
intercepcióninterception{f}
intercepcióntapping{f}
interceptarto intercept{v}
intercomunicadorintercom, talkback, doorphone{m} [telephony]
intercontinentalintercontinental{adj}
interconversióninterconversion{f}
intercostalintercostal{adj} [anatomy]
intercostalintercostal{m} [anatomy]
intercostal externoexternal intercostal{m}
intercostal internointernal intercostal{m}
intercrosslacrosse{m} [sports]
interdecirto interdict{v}
interdependienteinterdependent{adj}
interesadamenteinterestedly{adv}
interesadoacquisitive, grabby{adj}
interesadointerested{adj}
interesadoopportunistic{adj}
interesanteinteresting{adj}
interesarto interest{v}
interesarsereflexive form of interesar To be interested{vr}
interestatalinterstate{adj}
interfaseinterphase{adj}
interfaseinterphase{f}
interfazinterface (the point of interconnection between two entities){f}
interferenciainterference{f}
interferirto interfere{v}
interferóninterferon{m} [protein]
interinoA temp: a temporary clerk{m}
interiorinterior{adj}
interiorinterior{m}
interior de la Repúblicathe national territories outside of the capital territory or city{m} [Mexico, Peru]
interjeccióninterjection{f} [grammar]
interlingüetranslingual{adj}
interlinguaInterlingua{f}
interlocutornegotiator{m}
intermediadorintermediating{adj}
intermediadorintermediator{m}
intermediariafeminine form of intermediario{f}
intermediariointermediating{adj}
intermediariointermediary{m}
intermediariomiddleman{m}
intermediointermediate{adj}
intermediointerval, intermission{m} [theater]
interminableunending, interminable{adj}
intermitenteintermittent{adj}
intermitenteindicator, trafficator, turn signal{m}
internacionalinternational{adj}
internacionalismointernationalism{m}
internacionalizarto internationalize{v}
internacionalmenteinternationally{adv}
internadoboarding school{m}
internarto intern; to work as an intern{vi}
internarto enter (especially surreptitiously){vr} [~se en]
internarto immerse oneself in (e.g. a topic of study){vr} [~se en]
internarto commit or confine inside a place or institution{vt} [~ en]
internarto send into (especially the interior of a country or region){vt} [~ en]
internautaAn Internet user, a netizen{mf}
internetinternet{mf}
internointernal{adj}
internopatient{m}
internoprisoner{m}
interpelarto question{v}
interpersonalinterpersonal{adj}
interpolarto interpolate{v}
interponerto interpose{v}
interpretableinterpretable{adj}
interpretacióninterpretation{f}
interpretarto perform{v} [music]
interpretarto act a part{v} [theater]
interpretarto interpret, to explain, to decipher{v}
interpretarto interpret, to translate orally{v}
interrogacióninterrogation{f}
interrogarto interrogate{v}
interrogatorioAn interrogation; a questioning or inquiry{m}
interrumpirto interrupt{v}
interrupcióninterruption{f}
interruptorinterrupting{adj}
interruptorswitch{m}
interésinterest (all senses){m}
interseccióncrossroads{f}
intersecciónintersection{f}
intersexualintersexual{adj}
intersticialinterstitial{adj}
intersticiointerstice{m}
interurbanointercity{adj}
interurbanotrunk, long-distance (phone call){adj}
intervalointermission{m}
intervalointerval, gap, break{m}
intervalointerval{m} [mathematics]
intervalointerval{m} [music]
intervalorecess{m}
intervenciónintervention{f}
intervenirto intervene{v}
interviúinterview{mf} [informal]
intestinalintestinal{adj}
intestinointestine{m}
intestino ciegocecum{m}
intestino delgadosmall intestine{m}
intestino gruesolarge intestine{n}
inútiluseless{adj}
inútilmentein vain{adv}
inútilmenteuselessly{adv}
intimarto get close, to grow close{v}
intimarto inform{v}
intimidaciónintimidation{f}
intimidadintimacy{f}
intimidadprivacy{f}
intimidarto intimidate{v}
intitularto title (give a title to a work){v}
intocableuntouchable{adj}
intocableuntouchable{mf}
intoleranciaintolerance (all senses){f}
intoxicaciónintoxication{f}
intoxicarto intoxicate{v}
intrafamiliarintrafamilial{adj}
intranquilorestless{adj}
intransitableimmovable{adj} [of a location]
intransitivamenteintransitively{adv}
intransitivointransitive (of a verb, not taking a direct object){adj}
intrascendenciaunimportance; insignificance{f}
intrascendenteunimportant; insignificant{adj}
intravenosointravenous{adj}
intricaralternative form of intrincar{v}
intrigaintrigue{f}
intrigadointrigued{adj}
intriganteintriguing{adj}
intrigantescheming{adj}
intriganteintriguer{mf}
intriganteschemer{mf}
intrigarto intrigue{v}
intrincarTo confuse, to tangle, to complicate{v}
intrínsecamenteintrinsically{adv}
intrínsecointrinsic (inherent, intimate){adj}
introducciónintroduction{f}
introducirto bring in{v}
introducirto insert{v}
intromisiónmeddling, intrusion, interference{f}
introspectivointrospective{adj}
introversiónintroversion{f}
introvertidointroverted{adj}
introvertidointrovert{m}
intrépidoadventurous{adj}
intrépidobold{adj}
intrépidofearless{adj}
intérpreteinterpreter (one who interprets speech in another language){mf}
intrusarto intrude, nosey-about, trespass{vt}
intrusiónencroachment{f}
intrusiónintrusion{f}
intrusointrusive{adj}
intrusogatecrasher{m}
intrusointruder{m}
intrusonosy, busy body{m}
intubaciónintubation{f}
intubadoconnected with tubes, intubated{adj}
intubarto intubate (connect with tubes){v}
intuiciónintuition{f}
intuitivamenteintuitively, by intuition{adv}
intuitivointuitive{adj}
inuitInuit{adj}
inuitInuit{mf}
inulinainulin{f} [carbohydrates]
inundacióninundation, flood{f}
inundadoflooded, inundated{adj}
inundarto inundate{v}
inusualunusual{adj}
inusualmenteunusually{adv}
inutilidaduselessness{f}
inutilizarto disable{v}
inutilizarto make unusable{v}
inutilizarto spoil{v}
inutilizarto void{v}
invadirto invade{v}
invalidarto invalidate{v}
invalidezhandicap{f}
invalidezinvalidity{f}
invarianciainvariance{f}
invarianteinvariant{f}
invasióninvasion{f}
invasióntrespass{f}
invasivoinvasive{adj}
invasorinvasive{adj}
invasorinvader{m}
invectivainvective. Insulting, abusive, or highly critical language{adj}
invencibilidadinvincibility{f}
invencibleinvincible{adj}
invenciónfiction{f}
invencióninvention (something invented){f}
invencióninvention (the act of inventing){f}
inventadoinvented{adj}
inventarto feign{v}
inventarto invent{v}
inventariarto inventory{v}
inventoinvention{m}
invernaderogreenhouse{m} [botany]
invernalwinter (attributive){adj}
invernarto hibernate, to winter{v}
invernáculogreenhouse{m} [botany]
inverosímilimplausible{adj}
inverosímilincredible{adj}
inversióninversion{f}
inversióninvestment{f}
inversionistainvestor{mf}
inversoinverted, reverse{adj}
inversoopposite{adj}
inversorinvestor{m}
invertibleinvertible{adj}
invertidogay, bent (homosexual){adj} [colloquial]
invertidogay, bender{m} [colloquial]
invertirto invert{v}
invertirto invest{v}
investidurainvestiture{f}
investigacióninvestigation{f}
investigaciónresearch{f}
investigadoinvestigated{adj}
investigadorresearching, investigating{adj}
investigadorresearcher, investigator{m}
investigadorafeminine form of investigador{f}
investigarto investigate{v}
investigarto research{v}
inviableinviable{adj}
invictoinvincible, unbeatable{adj}
invictounbeaten, undefeated{adj}
invidenteblind{adj}
invidenteblind person{mf}
inviernowinter{m}
invierno nuclearnuclear winter{m}
inviolableinviolable{adj}
invisibilidadinvisibility{f}
invisibleinvisible{adj}
invisiblementeinvisibly{adv}
invitacióninvitation{f}
invitadafeminine form of invitado{f}
invitadoinvited{adj}
invitadoguest{m}
invitarto invite{v}
inválidoinvalid{adj}
inválidovoid{adj}
invocarto invoke{v}
involucradoinvolved{adj}
involucrarmeddle{vr}
involucrarinvolve{vt}
involucroinvolucre{m} [botany]
involuntariamenteinvoluntarily{adv}
involuntarioinvoluntary{adj}
involuntariounintentional{adj}
invulnerabilidadinvulnerability{f}
invulnerableinvulnerable{adj}
inyeccióninjection{f}
inyectableinjectable{adj}
inyectableinjectable{m} [pharmacy]
inyectarto inject{v}
-io-ium{suffix}
iodoiodine{m}
iodopsinaphotopsin, iodopsin{f} [protein]
ionion (atom bearing an electrical charge){m}
ionizaciónionization{f} [chemistry]
ionizarionize{v}
ionosferaionosphere{f}
iotaiota (Greek letter){f}
IowaIowa{prop}
iPhoneiPhone{m}
-iréSuffix indicating the third-person singular future indicative of -ir verbs{suffix}
-irA verb ending for infinitives{suffix}
irto go away, to leave. See irse{vr}
irto go{v}
ir(with preposition a followed by an infinitive), to be going to (near future){v}
iraire, wrath{f}
IrakIraq{prop}
ir al granoto get to the point{v}
iraníIranian{adj}
iraníIranian{mf}
Iraqalternative spelling of Irak{prop}
iraquíIraqi{adj}
iraquíIraqi{mf}
ir de comprasto shop, to go shopping{v}
Irenefemale given name{prop}
iridioiridium{m}
-iréisSuffix indicating the second-person plural future indicative of -ir verbs{suffix}
irisiris{m} [anatomy]
irlandaA fabric of Irish wool{f}
IrlandaIreland{prop}
irlandesafeminine form of irlandés (Irishwoman){f}
irlandésIrish (from or native to Ireland){adj}
irlandésIrish (pertaining to Ireland){adj}
irlandésIrishman{m}
irlandésthe Irish language{prop}
irlandés antiguoOld Irish{prop}
IránIran{prop}
irónicamenteironically; with irony{adv}
irónicoironic{adj}
iroA Mohawk hairstyle{m} [rare]
ironíairony{f}
ironizarto speak with irony{v}
irracionalirrational, absurd{adj}
irracionalmenteirrationally{adv}
irradiarto irradiate{v}
irrealfantastic{adj}
irrealunreal{adj}
irrealidadunreality{f}
irreconciliableirreconcilable{adjmf}
irreconocibleunrecognizable{adj}
irrecuperableirrecuperable{adj}
irrefutableirrefutable{adj}
irregularirregular{adj}
irregularidadirregularity{f}
irregularmenteirregularly{adv}
irrelevanteirrelevant, unimportant{adj}
irremisibleirremissible. unpardonable{adj}
irreparableirreparable{adj}
irreparablementeirreparably{adv}
irrepetibleextraordinary, unrepeatable{adj}
irreprimibleirrepressible{adj}
irresistibleirresistible{adj}
irrespetuosodisrespectful{adj}
irresponsabilidadirresponsibility{f}
irresponsableirresponsible{adj}
irrestrictolimitless, unrestricted{adj}
irreverenciairreverence{f}
irreverenteirreverent{adj}
irrigarto irrigate{v}
irritableirritable{adj}
irritablementeirritably, touchily{adv}
irritaciónannoyance; irritation{f}
irritanteabrasive{adj}
irritarto excite{v}
irritarto irritate{v}
irrogarto cause harm or danger{v}
irrompibleunbreakable{adj}
irrumpirto burst into{v}
irseto die{v}
irseto go away, to leave, to depart{v}
irse al gareteto go bad, to spoil{vp}
irse de la ollato lose it, lose the plot{v} [idiomatic]
irundarraOf or from Irun{adj}
irundarraSomeone from Irun{mf}
IsaíJesse{prop} [biblical character]
IsaacIsaac (Biblical figure){prop}
Isaacmale given name{prop}
IsabelElizabeth{prop} [biblical character]
Isabelfemale given name, cognate to Elizabeth{prop}
isentrópicoisentropic{adj}
Isidoromale given name, cognate to English Isidore{prop}
Isidromale given name, variant of Isidoro, cognate to English Isidore{prop}
islaisland{f}
Isla de PascuaEaster Island{prop}
islamIslam{m}
islamismoIslamism{m}
islamizarto Islamicize{vt}
IslandiaIceland{prop}
islandésIcelandic (from or native to Iceland){adj}
islandésIcelandic (pertaining to Iceland){adj}
islandésIcelander{m}
islandésthe Icelandic language{prop}
Islas BalearesBalearic Islands (group of islands in the Mediterranean, belonging to Spain){prop}
Islas CookCook Islands{prop}
islas MalvinasFalkland Islands{prop}
Islas MarshallMarshall Islands{prop}
Islas SalomónSolomon Islands{prop}
isleñafeminine form of isleño{f}
isleñoinsular (of, relating to, or from an island){adj}
isleñoislander{m}
islámicoIslamic{adj}
islándicoIcelandic (from or native to Iceland){adj}
islándicoIcelandic (pertaining to Iceland){adj}
isloteislet{m}
IsmaelIshmael{prop} [biblical character]
Ismaelmale given name{prop}
isómeroisomer{m} [chemistry]
-ismo-ism{suffix}
iso-iso-{prefix}
isoaloxazinaisoalloxazine{f} [organic compound]
isobutanomethylpropane{m} [organic compound]
isocianatoisocyanate{m} [organic compound]
isocitratoisocitrate{m}
isocromosomaisochromosome{m} [genetics]
isocítricoisocitric{adj}
isodecágonoicosagon{m} [geometry]
isoenzimaisoenzyme{f} [enzyme]
isoespínisospin{m}
isoformaisoform{f} [biochemistry]
isoglosaisogloss{f}
isoleucinaisoleucine{f} [amino acid]
isomaltasaisomaltase{f} [enzyme]
isomaltosaisomaltose{f} [carbohydrates]
isomeríaisomerism{f}
isomerasaisomerase{f} [enzyme]
isometríaisometry{f}
isomorfoisomorphic, isomorphous{adj}
isoprenoisoprene{m} [organic compound]
isopropilisopropyl{m} [organic compound]
isopropilbencenoisopropylbenzene{m} [organic compound]
isopropílicoisopropyl{adj}
isospínisospin{m}
isotrasplanteisotransplant{m} [surgery]
isotrópicoisotropic{adj}
isozimaisoenzyme{f} [enzyme]
isquemiaischemia{f}
isquémicoischemic{adj}
israelíIsraeli (of or describing the country of Israel){adj}
israelíIsraeli (person){adj}
israelíIsraeli (person from Israel or of Israeli descent){mf}
IsraelIsrael{prop}
IsraelJacob{prop}
israelitaIsraelite{adj}
israelitaIsraelite{m}
IssachârIssachar (Biblical character and tribe){prop}
-istaIndicates one that practices a profession of the noun stem; Example: periódico periodista{suffix}
-ista-ista; one who follows a principle. Example: optimista{suffix}
-isteSuffix indicating the second-person singular indicative preterite of -er and -ir verbs{suffix}
-isteisSuffix indicating the second-person plural indicative preterite of -er and -ir verbs{suffix}
istmoisthmus{m}
isótonoisotone{m}
isótopoisotope{m}
-ita-ite{suffix}
-itaSubstituted for "a" at the end of feminine words and names to denote a diminutive form{suffix}
itacatefood provisions, rations{m} [Mexico]
ItaliaItaly{prop}
italianafeminine form of italiano{f}
italianoItalian (from or native to Italy){adj}
italianoItalian (pertaining to Italy){adj}
italianoan Italian{m}
italianohot dog{m} [Chile]
italianothe Italian language{prop}
iteracióniteration{f}
iterbioytterbium{m}
itinerarioitinerary{m}
itinerarioschedule{m}
itálicaitalic (typeface whose letters slant to the right){f}
-itoForms the name of an salt derived from an acid (similar to -ate in English){suffix} [chemistry]
-itoForms names of minerals{suffix}
-itoSubstituted for “o” at the end of masculine words and names to denote a diminutive form{suffix}
itrioyttrium{m}
-itud-itude, state of, used to form a noun form an adjective{suffix}
IUinitialism of Izquierda Unida{prop}
IñupiaqInupiaq{prop}
IVAVAT, value-added tax{abbr}
Ivánmale given name, equivalent to English Ivan{prop}
-ivo-ive{suffix}
-izafeminine form of -izo{suffix}
IzabalA department of Guatemala{prop}
-izar-ise/-ize{suffix}
izarto hoist{v} [nautical]
-izoForms adjectives from other adjectives, nouns, and verbs usually denoting propensity or likeness{suffix}
izoteA species of yucca, Yucca aloifolia, native to Mexico and Central America{m}
izquierdathe left{f}
izquierdistaleftist{mf}
izquierdocrooked{adj}
izquierdoleft-handed{adj}
izquierdoleft; on the left side or toward the left; the opposite of right{adj}
IztaccíhuatlIztaccíhuatl{prop}
íleonThe ileum{m}
ímpetoVariant form of ímpetu{m}
ímpetuenergy; vigor{m}
ímpetuforce{m}
ímpetuimpetus{m}
-ínA suffix to form the diminutives of nouns, often one already with a diminutive suffix{suffix}
íncuboincubus{m}
índiceindex{m}
índigoindigo (colour){m}
índigoindigo plant{m}
índoletype{f}
íntegramenteentirely{adv}
íntegramentewith integrity{adv}
íntegrocomplete{adj}
íntegrohaving integrity{adj}
íntegroInteger (number){m} [neologism, nonstandard]
íntimamenteintimately{adv}
íntimoclose{adj}
íntimofamiliar, cosy{adj}
íntimointimate{adj}
íntimoprivate{adj}
ípsilonupsilon; the Greek letter Υ, υ{f}
írritoinvalid{adj}
-ísimoAdded to adjectives to form the absolute superlative{suffix}
-ísimoAdded to adverbs to form the superlative (e.g. lejísimo and tardísimo){suffix}
ítalo-Italo-; italo-{prefix}
ítalo-españolItalo-Spanish{adj}
ítalo-francésItalo-French{adj}
ítemitem (distinct physical object){m}