Ill-favoured physically unattractive
Ill put-on badly dressed
Ill done done wrongly
Ill to handle difficult (of person or beast)
Ill off in straitened circumstances
Ill tongued prone to swearing, or verbal abuse
Took it ill was displeased about
Imparted scolded: ‘I imparted my mind to her!’
Ins and outs all: ‘give me the ins and outs of it!’
Insense to make someone understand
In under beneath: ‘he fell in under the cart’
In with on friendly terms: ‘Are ye in with them?’
I know these are out of sequence but I’d better record them before I forget. I’m grateful to my friend Bridie McVeigh for the second one below.
Yer ar*e ‘n parsley You’re telling whoppers!
Ceillayly: She’s just an aul’ ceillayly She’s flighty and fickle – always on her ceili