Where did the word ill come from?
The Online Etymology Dictionary (etymology is the study of word origins) says "ill" came from "illr" which was a word in Old Norse. It probably came to English through the viking invasions.
They don't know where the Old Norse word came from.
Please pardon my absence from the sales meeting: I have been quite ill the last few days and unable to come to work.
The comparative form of the word ill is more ill; the superlative is most ill, if you want to know.
The noun form for the adjective ill is illness. The word ill is also a noun, a word for a problem or difficulty; people in general who are ill. --- The word 'ill' is a noun, a singular, common, abstract noun: We don't wish them ill. The ills of modern society can't be cured by simple answers. There is very little public policy to support the mentally ill. The word 'ill' is an adverb: The… Read More
Yes, the noun 'ill' is a common noun, a general word for people in general who are not well; a general word for troubles or problems; a word for any ill of any kind. The word 'ill' also functions as an adjective and an adverb.
Most ill, or terminally ill. NOT illest .
more ill, most ill
Pretends to be ill is when a person is acting as if he/she is ill but actually the person is not ill.
Yes, the noun 'ill' is an abstract noun as a word for a state of being sick; a problem or difficulty; harm. The word ill is also an adjective and an adverb.
She suddenly felt very ill at the table. What he did was very ill-advised. She phoned in ill this morning. The police seized his ill-gotten gains.
The word "I'll" does not have comparative and superlative forms, because it is not an adjective. "I'll" is a contraction for "I will". The word "ill", however, is an adjective, and the comparative and superlative forms are "more ill" and "most ill".
do you mean the word?in greek mythology,Nemisis was the minor goddess of good and ill fortune,also known as the avenger,or revenger.
Ills is a 4 letter word. It begins will ill.
"ill" is three letters...
This is what I can come up with so far.....(This was fun, thanks) I I'll ill in no is son sin sill nil on Loni
ill Bill or ill Will
ill- worse- the worst
Words such as ill-advised, ill-timed have the prefix "ill". Words with the prefix "il" include illegitimate and illegal.
She was a prostitute. She worked in a house of ill-repute. ill repute = bad reputation
Pet Peeve was first used in the early 1900's and originates from the word "peevish". Peevish refers to something that means "ill tempered."
Ill tell you when she does.
ill-in-oy Illinois is a French word. The correct pronunciation is Ill-in-nwa.
Antonyms for ill include healthy, robust, well (as in, 'I am well') and recovering.
He in French is il pronounced "Ill"
Malato is an Italian equivalent of the English word "ill." Specifically, the Italian word is the masculine form of an adjective. The pronunciation is "mah-LAH-toh." The feminine form, malata, is pronounced "mah-LAH-tah."
The vowel sound in the word ill - transcribed in IPA as /Éª/, is a near-close near-front unrounded vowel - not a schwa.
Bamb-Ill is a play on the character named Bambi. Ill is another word for sick.
A SQUARE OR A HEXAGON DONT KNOW YET BUT COME BACK TOMORROW AND ILL KNOW FOR SURE WHAT SHAPE IT IS TAKE YOUR TIME TO COME TOMOROW AND ILL BE WORKING 24 HOURS JUST 4 U I WONT SLEEP IF I HAVE TO OK COME BACK TOMOROW WHEN EVER YOU COULD ILL KNOW THE ANSWER.
Come to my site ill help you out i can make a page where ill list all ledgendarys and where to get them www.KgonEhti.webs.com
Joan Lyon Gibbons has written: 'Come phoenix word' -- subject(s): Christian biography, Christian women, Diaries, Leukemia, Patients, Terminally ill
come to mine babe and ill show ya
It means what I did when I wrote my brother. I chose my words ill - and it expressed foolishness. I was the fool and the word, poorly chosen, had become my messenger.
Olivia ,an ill-bred girl , was very rude when she skipped me in line.
It is not a single word, it's a phrase--a euphemism, as in "House of ill repute." It means bad (ill) reputation (repute).
It is to 'ail'
"The way you have it written answers as follows: An ill educated man is a an educated man who is ill. An ill-educated man is a man who is poorly educated." The above quote is what was previously written. Answer: ill educated man - an educated man that is ill (previously correct). ill-educated man - well, ill-educated is not a real word and is mistakenly used for uneducated.
ill is the state of bad health. Hence the comparative and superlative form of it will be worse and the worst.
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many medicines come from the rainforests
come over to my house and ill show you
I have no clue but I want to know.
consult your doctor
No, but lets hope they do/.\ or ill cry for the rest of the year:'/ Hopefully they read this and come to Colorado or ill die.!..
There used to be a hospital in London, England, for the mentally ill called Bethlehem Hospital. The people of London started pronouncing the name "Bethlehem" as "Bedlam". They thought of the hospital as being a wild, chaotic place because of beliefs about mentally ill people. This is how the word "Bedlam" came to mean any state of wild chaos. The building that used to house the original "Bedlam" is now the Imperial War Museum.
The word illness is a noun. An illness is an instance of ill health.
The only word I know of that is basically the same would be "ill."
That is not a word. The actual word would be unsuitable. It means inappropriate.
In most cases, the prefix ill- negates the meaning of the original word somewhat. You can be suited for the work, unsuited for the work, but if you are ill-suited for the work, you're not very good at it.
It would be more ill and most ill. I just went over this in school again, plus if you type iller then it says it's spelled wrong.