[ahy-suh l-meyr] /ˈaɪ səlˌmeɪr/
a lake in the NW Netherlands: created by the diking of the Zuider Zee. 465 sq. mi. (1204 sq. km).
a shallow lake in the NW Netherlands; formed from the S part of the Zuider Zee by the construction of the IJsselmeer Dam in 1932; salt water gradually replaced by fresh water from the IJssel River; fisheries (formerly marine fish, now esp eels). Area: (before reclamation) 3690 sq km (1425 sq miles). Estimated final area: 1200 sq km (465 sq miles) English name Ijssel Lake
[ij-ti-hahd] /ˌɪdʒ tɪˈhɑd/ noun 1. (in Islamic law) the use of reason to arrive at a knowledge of truth in religious matters.
/ˈiːkan/ noun 1. (in Malaysia) fish used esp in names of cooked dishes: assam ikan
[ih-kair-ee-uh, ahy-kair-; Greek ee-kah-ree-ah] /ɪˈkɛər i ə, aɪˈkɛər-; Greek ˌi kɑˈri ɑ/ noun 1. . /ikaˈria/ noun 1. a transliteration of the Modern Greek name for Icaria
[ik-er-uh s, -uh-ros] /ˈɪk ər əs, -əˌrɒs/ noun, Classical Mythology. 1. .
[ee-kaht] /ˈi kɑt/ noun 1. a method of printing woven fabric by tie-dyeing the warp yarns (warp ikat) the weft yarns (weft ikat) or both (double ikat) before weaving. 2. a fabric made by this method. /ˈaɪkæt/ noun 1. a method of creating patterns in fabric by tie-dyeing the yarn before weaving