adj.有害的 [Causing or tending to cause injury; harmful]
ex. Smoking is injurious to health.
ex. self-injurious behavior = 自傷行為
ps. injurious 來自於injury n.傷害
n.暗示;跡象 [a slight suggestion or indication; hint]
ex. I had no inkling of what he intended to do.
ex. You have to go to the world which he has created to get any inkling of his actual character.
聯想：ink(墨水) + ling(小) "一小片的墨水"-->蛛絲馬跡
inkling:indication (inkling is a small indication)
adj.與生俱來的 [existing in one from birth; inborn; native]
ex. an innate tendency towards progressive and more perfect development.
字源：L. innātus inborn, ptp. of innāscī, in-nāscī (to be born)
(1) 若你說一個東西innate，你指的是此東西essential to the nature, character.
(3) congenital主要是指天生的缺陷，ex. a congenital disease.
ex. a congenital liar.
adj.無罪的,清白的 [free from moral wrong; without sin; pure]
ex. Nobody believed his claim that he was innocent.
字源：L. innocent- (s. of innocēns) harmless, nocēns "to harm"，noxious的字源也是相同的唷
比方說 Innocent III
n.無罪;清白 [the quality or state of being innocent; freedom from sin or moral wrong.]
innocence <> guilt n.罪行
adj.無害的 [ not harmful or injurious; harmless]
ex. Most viruses act innocuous towards a system until their specific condition is met.
innocuous <> injurious
v. 創新 [to introduce something new; make changes in anything established.]
ex. Edison innovated the bulb.
ex. being determined to innovate upon religious forms.
字源： L. novus "new"
n.創新 [the act of innovating]
ex. Continuous innovation is necessary for success.
n.新事物 [ something new or different introduced]
ps. innovation vs. invention
adj.創新的 [tending to innovate or characterized by innovation.]
innovative <> derivative adj.衍生的, 導出的
n.含沙射影 [An indirect or subtle, usually derogatory implication in expression; an insinuation.]
ex. There were volumes of innuendo in the way the "eventually" was spaced, and each syllable given its due stress.
聯想：想成innu(inside) + endo(outside)
v.接種疫苗 [To introduce a serum(血清), vaccine(疫苗), or antigenic substance into the body of a person or animal, especially to produce or boost immunity to a specific disease.]
ex. inoculate a person against smallpox.
字源：c.1420, "implant a bud into a plant," from L. inoculatus, pp. of inoculare "graft in, implant," from in- "in" + oculus "bud," originally "eye." Meaning of "implant germs of a disease to produce immunity" first recorded (in inoculation) 1714, originally in ref. to smallpox. After 1799, often used in sense of "to vaccine inoculate."
inoculate來自於L. inoculatus, pp. of L. inoculare為 in-oculus(bud;原指eye) ，它的意思是"implant a bud into a plant,"，接種疫苗的意思在17XX年才開始有的。
adj. 過度的[not within proper or reasonable limits; immoderate]
ex. He drank an inordinate amount of wine.
ex. an inordinate demand
字源：L inordinātus, ordinātus "orderly"
ps. ordinary adj.平常的
字根 quer quest quisit == seek 尋找
quest n.探索 [a search in order to find sth. ] ( a quest for knowledge.)
v.探索 [to search; seek]
question n.問題 v.to put a question to
query n.疑問 [a question; an inquiry]
v.詢問 [to ask or inquire about] [廣義的用法]
inquire v.詢問、質問 [to seek information by asking a question]
inquiry n.詢問、質問 [有investigation意味]
inquisitive adj.愛打聽的 (She was very inquisitive about other people's affairs.)
adj.好問的 (The child has an inquisitive mind.)
acquisitive adj.貪得的 [tending or seeking to acquire and own, often greedily]
v.詢問 [to seek information by questioning; ask]
ex. to inquire about his health.
v.質問、調查 [to make investigation (usually fol. by into)]
ex. to inquire into the incident.
ex. to inquire into his highly sinister record
n.詢問 [a seeking or request for truth, information, or knowledge.]
ex. make an inquiry about the price
n.質問、調查 [an investigation, as into an incident]
adj.愛打聽的 [unduly or inappropriately curious; prying.]
ex.She was very inquisitive about other people's affairs.
adj.好問的 [Inclined to investigate; eager for knowledge.]
ex. Child has an inquisitive mind.
n.突襲 [a sudden hostile or predatory incursion; raid]
ex. make inroads into a country