Monoxide, IRO, prepared by adding potassium hydrate to the hexachloride of iridium, and digesting the precipitate in an acid.
But it was lenient with Gregorig, who had called IRO a cowardly blatherskite in debate.
IRO explained that he didn't say anything about soda-water at the Wimberger.
From such an idea purple colour is known in poetry as Yukari no IRO (the related colour).
This IRO was a most mischievous rogue, and one of the most troublesome fellows in the island.
Above the number ten this way of counting is not used, instead they say IRO jichi or jichi no IRO for 'eleven colors.'