see|I|Appendix:Variations of "i"
Image:Latin I.png|thumb|Common forms of i
Image:Greek uc iota.png|left|20px|Greek Î (I, âIotaâ), from which Latin upper case and lower case i were derived
Lower case variation of upper case term|I, from Gr.|mul letter term|scGrek|Î|trI||Iota.<br clear="left" />
infl|mul|letter|lower case||upper case|I
- form of|lower case form|I The ninth lower case letter of the classical Latin alphabet and many variations thereof, including the English alphabet.
The letter term|i is used in the International Phonetic Alphabet and in several romanization systems to represent a high tense front unrounded vowel (IPA|/i/, such as the sound of i in Spanish and Italian term|mi|mi and in English term|machine|machine.
É¨ â International Phonetic Alphabet|IPA
Ä° and Ä± â Turkish
Similar and related symbols
Î and Î¹ â Greek
Ð and Ñ â Cyrillic I, used in Belarusian and Ukrainian
Ó â Cyrillic palochka, used in the Caucasian languages
Ø§ â Arabic (alif)
1 â Arabic numeral
á¥ â Cherokee (IPA: ÉÌ) (SAMPA: @~)
á â Runic
Éª â International Phonetic Alphabet|IPA
sense|mathematics, imaginary number abbreviation of term|imaginary
sense|computer programming, generic index abbreviation of term|index
- mathematics|often in italics or bold the unit imaginary number that is the positive square root of -1. Graphically, i is shown on the vertical (y-axis) plane.
- engineering|often in bold the current flow in a circuit in amperes.
- context|computer programming a common variable name representing a generic index, especially in loops
sense|mathematics, imaginary number that is the positive square root of -1 j
sense|computer programming, common variable name representing a generic index j
Lower case form of upper case roman numeral I, appearently derived from the shape of a notch scored across a tally stick.
infl|mul|numeral|lower case Roman numeral||upper case|I
- cardinal number|cardinal number one.
Next: ii (two|2)
w:Roman numerals|Roman numerals
OF. term|i|langfro, from L. term|i|Ä«|langla, from Etruscan term|I (i).
sense|letter name IPA|/aÉª/, SAMPA|/aI/, enPR|/Ä«/
infl|en|letter|lower case||upper case|I|plural|Is, is, Iâs, iâs
- The ninth letter of the Appendix:Roman script|English alphabet.
The English letter term|i represents many different sounds, often the diphthong IPAchar|/aÉª/ (from Middle English IPAchar|/iË/), as in the pronoun term|I, or IPAchar|/Éª/ as in term|bit|bit.
From L.|ca term|et|lang=la||and.
- and; used to connect two similar words, phrases, sentences, etc.; as well as; together with; in addition to.
#: Hi ha moltes colomes i teuladins â There are many pigeons and sparrows.
#: Ella escriu els articles i ell els ilÂ·lustra amb els seus dibuixos â She writes the articles and he illustrates them with his drawings.
- in, inside.
i (triggers eclipsis)
Combined with definite article:
sa (before consonants), san (before vowels): in the (singular|sg.) (triggers lenition)
sna: in the (plural|pl.) (adds h to vowels)
First person|1singular|sg. ionam – in me
Second person|2singular|sg. ionat – in you (singular|sg.)
Third person|3singular|sg.masculine|m. ann – in him, in it
Third person|3singular|sg.feminine|f. inti – in her, in it
First person|1plural|pl. ionainn – in us
Second person|2plural|pl. ionaibh – in you (plural|pl.)
Third person|3plural|pl.masculine|m. iontu – in them
- Masculine plural definite article, used before words beginning with a single consonant other than z (gli used in other cases)
ja-attention|Romaji header should be replaced with POS header|key=p
- ja-def|è stomach
- ja-def|ä½ position
- ja-def|äº well
- ã: hiragana letter i
- ã¤: katakana letter i
- go! walk! (second-person singular imperative of eo#Latin|eÅ)
#* I intro#Latin|intro iam#Latin|iam nunc#Latin|nunc.
#*: Now then, step (walk) in.
Category:Latin verb forms
#Separates clauses in a sentence, when combined with a conjunction of selma'o ja, joi, or bi'i or a preposition or tense marker followed by bo.
#: Adam i Ewa tylko zjedli jabÅko â Adam and Eve only ate an apple.
#: PatrzÄ na niÄ
i oczom nie wierzÄ â I look at her and can't believe my eyes.
i (lowercase, capital I)
- The eleventh letter of the Romanian alphabet generally representing the phoneme /i/. Preceded by h and followed by Ã®.
See I for notes on pronunciation.
- she, her, it (3rd person singular feminine non-emphatic pronoun)
Category:Scottish Gaelic pronouns
- as well as
- archaic and
- Separates the subject of a sentence from the predicate, used when the subject is em, ol, or a noun.
- He, she, it, they (with descriptive verbs)
#: i porang (he/she/it is / they are beautiful)
- Him, her, it, them (with transitive verbs)
#: a-i-kuab (i know him/her/it/them)
- His, her, its, their (with nouns)
#: i py (his/her/its/their foot/feet)
- Him, her, it, them (before postpositions)
#: i xupÃ© (to him/her/it/them)
- I, me.
- to, for.
| i mi#Welsh|mi, i fi
| i ni#Welsh|ni
| i ti#Welsh|ti
| i chi#Welsh|chi
| iddo fe#Welsh|fe <br /> iddi hi#Welsh|hi
| iddyn nhw#Welsh|nhw