Igha to ihi

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īgha : [m.] distress; danger.

īdisa : [adj.] such; such-like.

īrati : [īr + a] moves; shakes; stirs.

īri : [aor. of īrati] moved; shook; stirred.

īrita : [pp. of īrati] moved; shaken; stirred. (pp. of īreti), uttered; spoken.

īreti : [ir + e] utters; speaks.

īresi : [aor. of īreti] uttered; spoke.

īsa : [m.] a lord; ruler. || īsā (f.), pole of a plough or a carriage.

īsaka : [adj.] little; few.

īsakaṃ : [adv.] a little; slightly.

īsadhara : [m.] name of a mountain.

īsādanta : [adj.] having tusks as long as a plough-pole, i.e., an elephant.

īhati : [īh + a] attempts; strives after.

īhana : [f.] endeavour; exertion.

īhi : [aor. of īhati] attempted; strove after.