from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Assimilated form (in Latin, etc.) of in- before r. In the following words, in the etymology, the prefix ir- is usually referred directly to the original in- or in.
- n. Assimilated form (in Latin, etc.) of in- before r. In the following words, in the etymology, the prefix ir- is usually referred directly to the original in-.
- n. An abbreviation of Irish.
- n. In chem., the symbol for iridium.
- An abbreviation of Ireland.
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- n. a board of the British government that administers and collects major direct taxes
- n. a heavy brittle metallic element of the platinum group; used in alloys; occurs in natural alloys with platinum or osmium
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Note 35: "sternen und blümen vand si in ir büchlin."
If you want to say "I went to the store" but you've forgotted the pretérit form of ir, you can sleect ir from the word list, select pretérito, and get the verb in the correct conjugation.
Well, maybe not "ir"-rational but some mutated form of rational that revolved around talking about Ideals at too great a length.
The news website sobhesadegh.ir, which is closely affiliated with the Guard, said Wednesday that reinstating Moslehi to the top intelligence post is "the first step towards curtailing the dangerous influence of this band Mashaei's team."
That´s not a Photoshop Disaster, you might call ir a Marketing disaster, but there´s nothing wrong about the photoshop work in there
We stopped at BÃºÃ°ir, which is a national park now, but used to be a fishing village.
In fact, they were obliged to get from among the rioters with all possible celerity, and to suggest to the magistrates the necessity of calling ir the military.
Brown twisted and turned in PMQ's, BUT never actually called ir Kevin Tebbit a liar.
Half proof therefore they conclttded to be, that degree of evidence which would incline a reafonabie man to either lide of the qoeftton; and implies in the notion of ir» that
The first of Ha-Shomer ha-Za'ir's leadership to answer the call was the last to fall: Tosia Altman, a leader of the Jewish underground and organizer of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, died in the hands of the Gestapo on May 26, 1943.