intravainòs

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[ˌintɾavai̯ˈnos]

1. adjective Intravenous.

Etymology: From intra plus vainòs.

intra-òixal

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[ˌintɾaˈoʃal]

1. adjective Intraocular.

Etymology: From intra- plus òixal.

intraqwadrat

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[ˌintɾakwaˈdɾat]

1. masculine noun Inset.

Etymology: From intra- plus qwadrat.

intra-

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[ˈintɾa]

1. derivative prefix Intra-, inside something. Example: intra-òixal, intravainòs, intraqwadrat.

Etymology: From Latin intra-.

interpriza

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[inteɾˈpɾiza]

1. feminine noun Company, enterprise, firm.

Etymology: From French enterprise.

inge

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[ˈiŋge]

1. masculine noun Groin.

Etymology: From Latin inguen.

intestĩ

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[inteʃˈti]

1. masculine noun Intestine.

Etymology: From Latin intestinus.

~ fĩ

[inteʃˈti fi]

1. masculine noun Small intestine.

Etymology: From intestĩ .

~ gros

[inteʃˈti gɾos]

1. masculine noun Large intestine.

Etymology: From intestĩ gros.

-ic

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[ik]

1. derivative suffix Added to a noun, it derives the corresponding adjective. Example: sfera (noun), sphere, sfèric (adjective), spherical; os (noun), bone, òsic (adjective), bony, osseous.

Etymology: From Latin -icu.

inset

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[inˈset]

1. masculine noun Insect.

Etymology: From Latin insectus.

False friends: inset (English) = intraqwadrat.

-ïu

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[ˈiːu]

1. derivative suffix Added to a noun or a participle of a verb, it derives the corresponding adjective. Example: rilazõ (noun), relation, rilatïu (adjective), relative; aimentre (verb), to augment, aimentatïu (adjective), augmentative.

Etymology: From Latin -ivus.