Definition of in- in English:

in-

Syllabification: in-

prefix

1(Added to adjectives) not: inanimate intolerant
2(Added to nouns) without; lacking: inadvertence inappreciation

Origin

from Latin.

Usage

The prefix in- (as defined for both in-1 above and in-2 below) is also found assimilated in the following forms: il- before l; im- before b, m, or p; ir- before r.

Definition of in- in:

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