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from: Online Sanskrit Dictionary, February 12, 2003 . http://sanskritdocuments.org/dict/dictall.pdf  090907

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{I}
{I-dya.} ईद
{I-dRi.} ईदृ
{I-Sha.} ईश
{I-ha.} ईह
{I-ha} ईहा
{I:k} ईक्

 

UKT notes
Ishvara [God]

 

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{I-dya.} ईद्य
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ईड्य { ईड् }   īḍya { īḍ } 
Skt: ईड्य { ईड् }   īḍya { īḍ }  adj.  worthy of praise  -- SpkSkt

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{I-dRi.} ईदृ
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ईदृशं (iidRishaM) 
Skt: ईदृशं (iidRishaM) - of this nature - OnlineSktDict

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ईदृषं (iidRishhaM)
Skt: ईदृषं (iidRishhaM) - like this - OnlineSktDict

ईष्या (iirshhyaa)
Skt: ईष्या (iirshhyaa) - (f) jealousy - OnlineSktDict

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{I-Sha.} ईश
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ईश (iisha)
Skt: ईश (iisha) - God - OnlineSktDict

ईशं (iishaM)
Skt: ईशं (iishaM) - Lord Siva - OnlineSktDict

ईशावास्यं (iishaavaasyaM)
Skt: ईशावास्यं (iishaavaasyaM) - inhabited or manifested by the Master - OnlineSktDict

ईश्वर īśvara (iishvara)
= ई श ् व र
Skt: ईश्वर īśvara (iishvara) - lord, the capable (here) - OnlineSktDict

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ईश्वरं (iishvaraM)
Skt: ईश्वरं (iishvaraM) - the Supersoul - OnlineSktDict

ईश्वरः (iishvaraH)
Skt: ईश्वरः (iishvaraH) - the Supreme Lord - OnlineSktDict

ईश्वरप्राणिधान (iishvarapraaNidhaana)
Skt: ईश्वरप्राणिधान (iishvarapraaNidhaana) - attentiveness to god - OnlineSktDict

ईशिता  īśitā 
Skt: ईशिता  īśitā  f.  omnipotence, almightiness  - SpkSkt

इषितत्वता  iṣitatvatā 
Skt: इषितत्वता  iṣitatvatā  f.  excitement,  indecl.  by impulse or excitement  - SpkSkt

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{I-ha.} ईह
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ईह् (iih.h) sp?
= ई ह ्
Skt: ईह् (iih.h) - to wish - OnlineSktDict

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ईहते (iihate)
Skt: ईहते (iihate) - he aspires - OnlineSktDict

ईहन्ते (iihante)
Skt: ईहन्ते (iihante) - they desire - OnlineSktDict

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{I-ha} ईहा
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ईहा (iihaa)
Skt: ईहा (iihaa) - wish - OnlineSktDict

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{Ii:k} ईक्
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UKT: Pronounced as /{ii:k}/ with a long vowel - checking by {ka.} is probably incomplete. Input from peers expected. 100417

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ईक्ष् (iikSh.h)
Skt: ईक्ष् (iikSh.h) - to see - OnlineSktDict

ईक्षण (iikShaNa)
Skt: ईक्षण (iikShaNa) - seeing - OnlineSktDict

ईक्षणं (iikShaNaM)
Skt: ईक्षणं (iikShaNaM) - eyes - OnlineSktDict

ईक्षते (iikShate)
Skt: ईक्षते (iikShate) - (1 ap) to see - OnlineSktDict

 

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UKT notes

Ishvara 

From Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ishvara 100417

Ishvara (Skt: ईश्वर Īśvara, Malay: Iswara, Thai: พระอิศวร, Sinhala: ඊශ්වර) is a philosophical concept in Hinduism, meaning controller or the Supreme controller [1] (i.e. God) in a monotheistic or the Supreme Being or as an Ishta-deva of monistic thought.

Etymology

In Sanskrit and in the languages of some Indianized countries that have borrowed vocabulary from Sanskrit, "Ishvara" is also used to denote a "lord" in a temporal sense, as any master or king (a dual usage also found in English). In this sense, "Ishvara" is often used in compounds, to designate the lord of some place or group. For example, "Lokesvara" is a compound of "loka" (world) and "isvara" (lord); it means "Lord of the world." "Campesvara" is a compound consisting of "Champa" (the name of a medieval Indianized polity in central Vietnam) and "isvara" that means "lord of Champa."

In Saivite traditions of Hinduism, the term is used as part of the compound "Maheshvara" ("great lord") as a name for Siva. In Mahayana Buddhism it is used as part of the compound "Avalokiteśvara" ("lord who hears the cries of the world"), the name of a bodhisattva revered for his compassion. When referring to Divine as female, particularly in Shaktism, the feminine Īśvarī is sometimes used.

Schools of Thought

Among the six systems of Hindu philosophy, early Samkhya and Mimamsa reject the concept of Ishvara, i.e., a supreme Being, while later Samkhya, Yoga, Vaisheshika, Vedanta and Nyaya believe in the existence of an Ishvara.

UKT: More in the Wikipedia article.

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