definition of is by The Free Dictionary

is

 (ĭz)

v.

Third person singular present indicative of be.

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is

(ɪz)

vb

(used with: he, she, it, and with singular nouns) a form of the present tense (indicative mood) of be1

[Old English; compare Old Norse es, German ist, Latin est, Greek esti]


is

the internet domain name for

(Computer Science) Iceland


IS

abbreviation for

(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Iceland (international car registration)

[Icelandic ĺsland]

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is

(ɪz)

v.

3rd pers. sing. pres. indic. of be.

[before 900; Middle English, Old English; c. Old Norse es, er, Gothic ist, Latin est, Greek estí, Old Church Slavonic jestĭ, Skt asti]

is-

var. of iso- before a vowel: isentropic.

Is.

1. Isaiah.

2. island.

3. isle.

is.

1. island.

2. isle.

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