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     I', in.
     Icker, an ear of corn.
     Ier-oe, a great-grandchild.
     Ilk, ilka, each, every.
     Ill o't, bad at it.
     Ill-taen, ill-taken.
     Ill-thief. the Devil.
     Ill-willie, ill-natured, niggardly.
     Indentin, indenturing.
     Ingine, genius, ingenuity; wit.
     Ingle, the fire, the fireside.
     Ingle-cheek, fireside (properly the jamb of the fireplace).
     Ingle-lowe, ingle-low, flame of the fire.
     I'se, I shall, or will.
     Itsel', itself.
     Ither, other, another.