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igneitas , -is (noun)

fieriness

Bartholomew on Sulfur

 

ignis , -is, -ium (noun)

fire, glow of passion

Bart on the Chameleon

 

imaginativus , -a, -um (adj.)

imaginative

Algazel on the Interior Senses

 

imbuo 3 (verb)

to wet, moisten

Bartholomew on Snow

 

immensus , -a, -um (adj.)

endless, vast

Bart on Trinity

 

immoderatus , -a, -um (adj.)

immoderate, boundless

Rufus on Eve

 

impeto 3 (verb)

to rush for, aim for

Bartholomew on the Dragon

 

impetuose (adv.)

impetuously, violently

Bartholemew on Lightning

 

impetus , -us (noun)

impulse, rush, force

Hildegard on Rivers

 

impono 3 (verb)

to place, impose, assign

William of Auvergne on the Sting Ray

 

improvisus , -a, -um (adj.)

unexpected

William of Auvergne on Providence

 

in (preposition)

in, into, on

Avicenna on the Elements

 

inanimatus , -a, -um (adj.)

Unmoving, inanimate

Avicenna on Alchemy

 

incantator , -is (noun)

enchanter, wizard

Bart on the Asp

 

incendium , -i (noun)

fire

Bartholomew on Mountains

 

incendo 3 (verb)

to burn

Hildegard on the Humors

 

incipio 3 i-stem (verb)

to begin

Averroes on the Soul

 

inclino 1 (verb)

to lean to, bend towards

Brigid on the Bishop

 

includo 3 (verb)

to enclose, confine

Bartholomew on the Eyes

 

incongruus , -a, -um (adj.)

inconsistent

Abelard on the Elements

 

incredulitas , -is (noun)

disbelief

Rufus on Sin

 

indiscretus , -a, -um (adj.)

indiscreet

Brigid on the Bishop

 

indissolubilis , -e (adj.)

indissolvable

Hildegard on the Humors

 

individuus , -a, -um (adj.)

indivisible; individual

Rufus on the Agent Intellect

 

induco 3 (verb)

to lead in, bring in

Brigid on the Bishop

 

ineffabilis , -e (adj.)

unutterable, unpronouncable

Bart on Trinity

 

infero irregular (verb)

to carry in; to infer

Ockham on Heresy

 

inferus , -a, -um (adj.)

below, lower

Bart on the Chameleon

 

inficio 3 (verb)

to taint, infect

Bartholomew on Leprosy

 

infinitus , -a, -um (adj.)

unlimited, endless, infinite

Bacon on the Scholar

 

infirmitas , -is (noun)

weakness, sickness

Bart on the Chameleon

 

infra (preposition)

underneath, below

Albertus Magnus on the Flu

 

ingratus , -a, -um (adj.)

unthankful, unpleasant

Bart on the Pelican

 

inimicitia , -ae (noun)

enmity, hostility, danger

Algazel on the Interior Senses

 

inimicus , -a, -um (adj.)

enemy, hostile

Bartholomew on the Eagle

 

injustus , -a, -um (adj.)

unjust, wrong

Hildegard on Water

 

innocens , is (adj.)

harmless

Bartholomew on the Eagle

 

innocentia , -ae (noun)

innocence

Ockham on God

 

inordinatus , -a, -um (adj.)

disordered

Thomas Aquinas on the Ranks of Angels

 

insidia , -ae (noun)

plot, trap, treachery

Bacon on Estimation

 

inspicio 3 i-stem (verb)

to look into, inspect

Avicenna on the Interior Senses

 

inspiro 1 (verb)

to breathe in, inspire

Ockham on Heresy

 

insula , -ae (noun)

island

Bartholomew on Mountains

 

intellectus 4 (verb)

intellect, understanding

Averroes on Unity of Intellect

 

intellego 3 (verb)

to understand, come to know

Eckhart on the Trinity

 

intendo 3 (verb)

to aim, strive for, intend

Bacon on Estimation

 

intentio , -is (noun)

thought, purpose

Averroes on the Soul

 

intercipio 3 (verb)

to intercept

R. Grosseteste on Angels

 

interim (adv.)

meanwhile

Gertrude on Grace

 

interior , is (adj.)

interior

Albertus Magnus on Alchemy

 

intuitivus , -a, -um (adj.)

intuitive

Ockham on God

 

invenio 4 (verb)

to find

Ockham on Heresy

 

invidus , -a, -um (adj.)

envious

Bartholemew on the Maid

 

invoco 1 (verb)

to call upon, invoke

Abelard on the Elements

 

ira , -ae (noun)

anger

R. Grosseteste on Fire

 

iracundia , -ae (noun)

irascibility, cantankerousness

Bartholemew on the Maid

 

item (adv.)

likewise, also

Scotus on the Elements

 

iter , -is (noun)

road, way

Hildegard on the Humors

 

iucundus , -a, -um (adj.)

cheerful, lighthearted

Bartholemew on the Maid

 

iudico 1 (verb)

to judge, decide

Bart on Dreams

 

iungo 3 (verb)

to join, connect, unite

Bartholomew on the Bellybutton

 

iustitia , -ae (noun)

justice

R. Grosseteste on Fire

 

iuvenis , -e (adj.)

young

Albertus Magnus on the Unicorn