(adjective) commonly known, practised, or accepted; widespread
(adjective) circulating and valid at present
(noun) (esp of water or air) a steady usually natural flow
(noun) a mass of air, body of water, etc, that has a steady flow in a particular direction
(noun) the rate of flow of such a mass
(noun) a flow of electric charge through a conductor
(noun) the rate of flow of this charge. It is measured in amperes
(noun) a general trend or drift
Use "i's" in a sentence
"The writer -- who calls himself "MIIKE" -- yes, two i's there before the k -- wrote quite eloquently, and took the position that this "robophobia" of mine doesn't make a lot of sense."
"But he needs to pull it off, dot his i's and cross his t's."
"Lots of times when you think you have all your t's crossed and i's dotted the notario will throw something else out at the last minute and they are generally a lot more picky when a poder is involved."