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- Used to form past participles of verbs. Alternative spelling of y-.
- A form of the prefix in-, used before gn, as in ignoble, ignominy, and ignore.
- Used to transform English words into words used by Rastafarians with a special meaning.
- Alluding to cutting-edge or fashionable digital devices and computer programs, especially those from Apple.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- See y-.
From Latin in- ("not"). (Wiktionary)
Popularized in the name of the iMac line of computers (1998). (Wiktionary)