4 letter word starting with id

Words Parts of Speech Meaning/Definition/Similar Words
idea noun The transcript, image, or picture of a visible object, that is formed by the mind; also, a similar image of any object whatever, whether sensible or spiritual., A general notion, or a conception formed by generalization., Hence: Any object apprehended, conceived, or thought of, by the mind; a notion, conception, or thought; the real object that is conceived or thought of., A belief, option, or doctrine; a characteristic or controlling principle; as, an essential idea; the idea of development., A plan or purpose of action; intention; design., A rational conception; the complete conception of an object when thought of in all its essential elements or constituents; the necessary metaphysical or constituent attributes and relations, when conceived in the abstract., A fiction object or picture created by the imagination; the same when proposed as a pattern to be copied, or a standard to be reached; one of the archetypes or patterns of created things, conceived by the Platonists to have excited objectively from eternity in the mind of the Deity.
idem pronoun / adj. The same; the same as above; — often abbreviated id.
ides noun pl. The fifteenth day of March, May, July, and October, and the thirteenth day of the other months.
idle superl. Of no account; useless; vain; trifling; unprofitable; thoughtless; silly; barren., Not called into active service; not turned to appropriate use; unemployed; as, idle hours., Not employed; unoccupied with business; inactive; doing nothing; as, idle workmen., Given rest and ease; averse to labor or employment; lazy; slothful; as, an idle fellow., Light-headed; foolish., To lose or spend time in inaction, or without being employed in business., To spend in idleness; to waste; to consume; — often followed by away; as, to idle away an hour a day.
idly adverb In a idle manner; ineffectually; vainly; lazily; carelessly; (Obs.) foolishly.
idol noun An image or representation of anything., An image of a divinity; a representation or symbol of a deity or any other being or thing, made or used as an object of worship; a similitude of a false god., That on which the affections are strongly (often excessively) set; an object of passionate devotion; a person or thing greatly loved or adored., A false notion or conception; a fallacy.
idyl noun A short poem; properly, a short pastoral poem; as, the idyls of Theocritus; also, any poem, especially a narrative or descriptive poem, written in an eleveted and highly finished style; also, by extension, any artless and easily flowing description, either in poetry or prose, of simple, rustic life, of pastoral scenes, and the like.