Shakespeare Glossary: I
ICE-BROOK: an icy-cold brook.
I'FECKS: int. in faith, a euphemism.
IMBARE: to bare, lay open.
IMMEDIACY: close connexion.
IMP: to graft. to splice a falcon's broken feathers.
IMP: a scion, a child.
IMPAWN: to stake, compromise.
IMPEACH: to bring into question.
IMPEACHMENT: cause of censure, hindrance.
IMPERCEIVERANT: duff of perception.
IMPETICOS: to pocket.
IMPOSE: imposition, meaning command or task imposed.
IMPRESE: a device with a motto.
IMPRESS: to compel to serve.
INCARNARDINE: to dye red.
INCENSED: incited, egged on.
INCH-MEAL: by inch-meal, by portions of inches.
INCLIP: to embrace.
INCONY: fine, delicate.
INDENT: to compound or bargain.
INDEX: a preface.
INDITE: to invite.
INDUCTION: introduction, beginning.
INFINITE: infinite power.
INGRAFT: to engraff, engrafted.
INHERIT: to possess.
INHOOPED: penned up in hoops.
INKLE: a kind of narrow fillet or tape.
INLAND: civilized, well-educated.
INSANE: that which causes insanity.
INSCONCE: to arm, fortify.
INTEND: to pretend.
INTERMISSION: pause, delay.
INTRENCHMENT: not capable of being cut.
INWARD: an intimate friend.
IRREGULOUS: lawless, licentious.