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EnglishLatin
Iego
I am ashamedme pudet
I am ashamed of you.Me tui pudet.
I am in full possession of my reason and senses.Sane sapio et sentio.
I am not what I used to benon sum qualis eram
I am OK.Valeo bene.
I am what you will be. [motto on a gravestone]Sum quod eris.
I came, I saw, I conquered. [Julius Caesar]Veni, vidi, vici. [Gaius Iulius Caesar]
I came, I saw, I went.Veni, vidi, ibam.
I can neither live with you nor without you.Nec possum tecum vivere, nec sine te. [Marcus Valerius Martialis]
I have a headache.Caput mihi dolet.
I think, therefore I am.Cogito, ergo sum. [Descartes]
iambiciambeus
iambiciambicus
iambusiambus {m}
IapetusIapetus {m}
iceglacies {f}
icygelidus
ideaidea {f}
idle talkrumusculus {m}
idlenessinertia
idlyinaniter
idolidolum {n}
idolatryidololatria {f}
idolismidololatria {f}
ifsi
if indeedsiquidem
if onlysiquidem
if you willsane
ignipotentignipotens
ignominyignominia {f}
ignoranceignoratio {f}
ignorantidioticus
ignorantimperitus
ignorantindoctus
ignorantinscitulus
ignorantinscitus
ignorantinscius
ignorant personidiota {m}
ignorantlyimperite
ignorantlyinscie
illaeger
ill spoken ofinfamis
ill-omenedniger
illnessvaletudo {f}
illnessvalitudo {f}
to illuminatelustrare [1]
illusionillusio {f}
illustriousclarus
illustriousillustris
illustriouspraesignis
illustriouspulcer
illustriouspulcher
illustriouslyclare
imageimago {f}
imagesimulacrum {n}
imaginablecogitabilis
imaginaryimaginarius
imaginationimaginatio {f}
to imagineimaginari [1]
to imbue with healing powermedicare [1]
to imitateimitari [1]
imitationimitatio {f}
immatureimperfectus
immeasurableinnumerabilis
immediatelyextemplo
immediatelyobiter
immediatelypraesentanee
immenseinnumerabilis
immensepergrandis
immoderateimpotens
to impartdare [1]
impassionedardens
imperfectimperfectus
imperialAugustus
imperialimperialis
imperialPalatinus
imperiousimperiosus
imperiouslyimperiose
imperishableindelebilis
implacableinexpiabilis
to implementactuare [1]
implorationimploratio {f}
importancegravitas {f}
importedanabolicus
impossible[fieri non potest]
impotentimpotens
impregnableadamantinus
to impregnatemaritare [1]
improbityimprobitas {f}
improperlyabhorride
improvementcorrectio {f}
impudenceconfidentia {f}
impudentimpudens
impudentprotervus
impudentlyaudaciter
impudentlyimpudenter
impulsepulsus {m}
impunityimpunitas {f}
in a admirable mannerdivine
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