Lauerd 65 78 he cwe a. Nu ic e bidde for ine kinedome for ine engles.
The sugar-cane and banana and ine and malage are dealt with in another way.
Thall′iform, of the form of a thallus; Thall′ine, Thallod′ic, pertaining to a thallus.
So at I seye at e face of is place ne amoeue me nat so myche as ine owen face.
There is hardly a stronger town in Wessex than the great fortress that ine the king made.
O ou man wher fore makest ou me gilty by ine euerydayes pleynynges.
The laws of ine are preserved to us as an appendix of the laws of Alfred.
I'm dead in love wi' this little gal here; won't you j'ine me?
Maximian e modi keiser ine Rome heinde ant heriende heene mawmez.
I ine soule, oer two—sunne ignorance; et is, unwisdom unwitenesse, AR 278/6.
suffix used to form adjectives from nouns, from French -ine, fem. of -in, or directly from Latin -inus "of, like."
chemical suffix, sometimes -in, though modern use distinguishes them; early 19c., from French -ine, from Latin -ina, fem. form of suffix used to form adjectives from nouns. In French commonly used to form words for derived substances, hence its extended use in chemistry.
or -in A chemical substance: bromine, amine, quinine.
Amino acid: glycine.