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-ia1 US English

Forming nouns adopted unchanged from Latin or Greek (such as mania, militia), and modern Latin or Greek terms (such as utopia)

-ia2 US English

Forming noun plurals:

IA US English

Iowa (in official postal use)

Ia. US English


i.a. US English

In absentia

plet2 US English

A heavy whip, sometimes loaded with lead, formerly used as an instrument of punishment in Russia.

Richards, I. A. US English

(1893–1979), English literary critic and poet; full name Ivor Armstrong Richards. He emphasized the importance of close textual study and praised irony, ambiguity, and allusiveness