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(Latin: adjective suffix signifying action or being; performing a particular acion)

insentient (adjective), more insentient, most insentient
A reference to being unable to feel or resembling a lifeless condition: The therapist was distracted during the interview with her client and seemed to have an insentient reaction to the underlying concerns that were being discussed.
insolvent
1. Not solvent; unable to satisfy creditors or discharge liabilities, either because liabilities exceed assets or because of the inability to pay debts as they mature.
2. A reference to bankrupt people or to bankruptcy.
3. Having ceased paying or unable to pay debts as they fall due in the usual course of business.
insufficient
insurgent (s) (noun), insurgents (pl)
A person or a group that rises in revolt against the leadership, a political party, or an established government or authority.
intelligent
1. Having intelligence, especially to a highly developed degree.
2. Aware, knowledgeable, or informed.
3. Etymology: from Latin intelligent-, formed from intellegere, “to perceive, to discern”; from inter-, “between” plus legere, “to choose, to read” (source of English "select" and "legible").
intent
1. Firmly directed or fixed; earnest; intense [a stretching out, extending].
2. Having the mind or attention firmly directed or fixed; engrossed; strongly resolved.
3. Something intended; specifically, a purpose, object, or aim.
interfulgent (adjective), more interfulgent, most interfulgent
Pertaining to shining between, among, or through.
interjacent (adjective), more interjacent, most interjacent
1. Characteristic of being or situated between or among other items: The books in the library are arranged by interjacent positions on the shelves.
2. Etymology: from Latin interjacens, interjacentis, "lying between"; from interjacere; from inter-, "between" + jacere, "to lie".
invent
1. To come upon, find; to find out, discover.
2. To create something new by being the first to think of, make, or use something.
3. To make up something false, e.g., a false excuse.
iridescent
1. Having rainbow colors that appear to move and change as the angle at which they are seen changes.
2. Having a lustrous or brilliant appearance.
3. Having a rainbow-like display of colors in reflected light; such as, in mother-of-pearl; also a reference to a colony of microorganisms.
irreverent
ithyfacient
Causing the erection of the penis.
lactescent
latent (adjective)
1. Not presently active; such as, a latent infection.
2. Potentially existing but not presently evident or realized.
3. Present or existing, but in an underdeveloped or unexpressed form; such as, latent talent.
4. Dormant or undeveloped but able to develop normally under suitable conditions; as, latent ability.
5. Present in the unconscious but not consciously expressed.
6. In medicine, an latent infectious agent or disease is one which exists in an inactive or hidden phase; dormant.

A latent fingerprint is one which is not apparent to the eye but can be made sufficiently visible, as by dusting or fuming, for use in identification.

lucent (adjective)
1. Giving off light; shining; softly bright or radiant: "Tonight we saw a beautiful lucent moon".
2. Translucent or clear.
3. Shining with a glowing light.