I. C. G.
I. Ad Buckingh. C.
Kenneth I (c.858)
Gregory I (c. 540)
Hirābāi I (c. 1828)
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1 Brit. (especially in military contexts) in charge of: the Quartermaster General is i/c rations.
2 in command: 2 i/c = second in command.
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