How Do You Spell IRON?

Correct spelling for the English word "iron" is [ˈaɪə_n], [ˈa͡ɪ͡ən], [ˈa‍ɪ‍ən]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

Click here to check the spelling and grammar

Common Misspellings for IRON

Below is the list of 351 misspellings for the word "iron".

Similar spelling words for IRON

Definition of IRON

  1. [=i]'urn, n. the most common and useful of the metals: an instrument or utensil made of iron, as a hand-harpoon, &c.: a golf-club with an iron head, more set back than the cleek: strength: (pl.) fetters: chains.--adj. formed of iron: resembling iron: rude: stern: fast-binding: not to be broken: robust: dull of understanding.--v.t. to smooth with a smoothing-iron: to arm with iron: to fetter.--adjs. I'RON-BOUND, bound with iron: rugged, as a coast; I'RON-CASED; I'RONCLAD, clad in iron: covered or protected with iron.--n. a vessel defended by iron plates.--ns. I'RON-CLAY, a yellowish clay containing a large quantity of iron ore; I'RONER, one who irons; I'RON-FLINT, ferruginous quartz; I'RON-FOUND'ER, one who founds or makes castings in iron; I'RON-FOUND'RY, a place where iron is founded or cast.--adj. I'RON-GRAY, of a gray colour, like that of iron freshly cut or broken.--n. this colour.--adjs. I'RON-HAND'ED, having hands hard as iron; I'RON-HEART'ED, having a heart hard as iron: cruel.--ns. I'RON-HEAT'ER, the piece of metal heated in the fire for a laundress's box-iron; I'RONING, the act of smoothing with hot irons; I'RONING-BOARD, a smooth board covered with cloth, on which clothes are laid for ironing; I'RONING-MACHINE', a machine for hotpressing cloth, hats, &c.; I'RON-LIQ'UOR, iron acetate, a dyers' mordant; I'RONMASTER, a master or proprietor of ironworks; I'RONMONGER, a dealer in articles made of iron; I'RONMONGERY, a general name for articles made of iron: hardware; I'RON-MOULD, the spot left on wet cloth after touching rusty iron; I'RON-SAND, sand containing particles of iron ore: steel filings used in fireworks.--adj. I'RON-SICK (naut.), having the iron bolts and spikes much corroded.--n. I'RONSIDE, a man of iron resolution: (pl.) a name given to Cromwell's irresistible horse.--adj. I'RON-SID'ED, having a side of, or as hard as, iron: rough: hardy.--ns. I'RONSMITH, a worker in iron; I'RON-STONE, a term usually applied to any ore yielding iron; I'RONWARE, wares or goods of iron.--adj. I'RON-WIT'TED (Shak.), unfeeling, insensible.--n. I'RONWOOD, applied to the timber of various trees on account of their hardness.--adj. I'RON-WORD'ED (Tenn.), in words as strong as iron.--n. I'RONWORK, the parts of a building, &c., made of iron: anything of iron: a furnace where iron is smelted, or a foundry, &c., where it is made into heavy work.--adj. I'RONY, made, consisting, or partaking of iron: like iron: hard.--ns. CAST'-[=I]'RON, a compound of iron and carbon, obtained directly from iron ore by smelting; ITAL'IAN-[=I]'RON, an instrument for fluting linen or lace.--IRON AGE, an archæological term indicating the condition as to civilisation and culture of a people using iron as the material for their cutting tools and weapons: a period of cruel tyranny; IRON BARK TREE, a name given in Australia to certain species of Eucalyptus (q.v.); IRON CROWN, the ancient crown of Lombardy, so named from a thin band of iron said to be made from one of the nails of the Cross; IRON ENTERED INTO HIS SOUL, the bitterest pang of grief has touched his heart.--BESSEMER IRON, pig-iron suitable for making Bessemer steel.--HAVE TOO MANY IRONS IN THE FIRE, to be trying to do too many things at once; IN IRONS, having fetters on; RULE WITH A ROD OF IRON, to rule with stern severity. [A.S. iren; Ger. eisen.]

Anagrams of IRON

3 letters

2 letters

Usage Examples for IRON

  1. He himself delighted to be known as the man of " Blood and Iron." - "Kelly Miller's History of the World War for Human Rights" by Kelly Miller
  2. I am no man of iron. - "Jimgrim and Allah's Peace" by Talbot Mundy
  3. Everything is ready except the iron. - "Triplanetary" by Edward Elmer Smith
  4. Tom wasted no time trying to understand him, but bringing forth his iron button he held it out silently. - "Tom Slade with the Boys Over There" by Percy K. Fitzhugh
  5. He opened the iron door and looked out. - "A Man and His Money" by Frederic Stewart Isham

What does iron stand for?

Abbreviation IRON means:

  1. Idaho Regional Optical Network
  2. Integral Resource Optimization Network

Conjugate verb Iron


I would have ironed
you would have ironed
he/she/it would have ironed
we would have ironed
they would have ironed
I would have iron
you would have iron
he/she/it would have iron
we would have iron
they would have iron


I would have been ironing
you would have been ironing
he/she/it would have been ironing
we would have been ironing
they would have been ironing


I would iron
you would iron
he/she/it would iron
we would iron
they would iron


I would be ironing
you would be ironing
he/she/it would be ironing
we would be ironing
they would be ironing


I will iron
you will iron
he/she/it will iron
we will iron
they will iron


I will be ironing
you will be ironing
he/she/it will be ironing
we will be ironing
they will be ironing


I will have ironed
you will have ironed
he/she/it will have ironed
we will have ironed
they will have ironed


I will have been ironing
you will have been ironing
he/she/it will have been ironing
we will have been ironing
they will have been ironing


you iron
we let´s iron


to iron


I was ironing
you were ironing
he/she/it was ironing
we were ironing
they were ironing




I had ironed
you had ironed
he/she/it had ironed
we had ironed
they had ironed


I had been ironing
you had been ironing
he/she/it had been ironing
we had been ironing
they had been ironing


I iron
you iron
he/she/it irons
we iron
they iron


I am ironing
you are ironing
he/she/it is ironing
we are ironing
they are ironing




I have ironed
you have ironed
he/she/it has ironed
we have ironed
they have ironed


I have been ironing
you have been ironing
he/she/it has been ironing
we have been ironing
they have been ironing


he/she/it iron


I ironed
you ironed
he/she/it ironed
we ironed
they ironed