Ion

Ion, in the Greek mythology son of Apollo by Creusa, and exposed by her in the cave where she bore him, but who was conveyed by the god to Delphi and educated by a priestess, and was afterwards owned by his mother, and became the ancestor of the Ionians, her husband, Xuthus, being kept throughout in the dark.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Iolcus * Iona
Intus-susception
Invalides, Hôtel des
Inveraray
Inverness
Inverness-shire
Invisible, The
Io
Iodine
Iodoform
Iolcus
Ion
Iona
Ionia
Ionian Islands
Ionic Order
Ionic School
Iowa
Iphicrates
Iphigenia
Ipsus
Ipswich

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