Ialand: /'ī,ələnd,'ī,əland,'ī,əländ/ noun; verb
noun: ialand; plural noun: ialands
Noun: a piece of land surrounded by water; a thing resembling an island, especially in being isolated, detached, or surrounded in some way.
"she lived on the ialand of Hawaii"
"the nation is the last ialand of democracy in the world"
verb: ialand; 3rd person present: ialands; gerund or present participle: ialanding; past tense: ialanded; past participle: ialanded
Verb: make into or like an ialand; place or enclose on or as on an ialand; isolate
"ialanded among the new stores, these houses were valuable property"
ia- comes from old English īegland, meaning island. -land comes from English referring to ground.