Sanskrit Dictionary - I
Ida – on the left, major nadi running on the left side of the spine from mooladhara to ajna through which manas (chitta, ichchha) shakti flows, and which governs the mental processes.
Ishwara– is the supreme Ruler of the universe; its creator, sustainer and dissolver. Ishwara is Brahman seen within Prakriti.
Isita – the power to shape anything as desired; siddhi
Ichcha [ichchh; conjunct 'ch' and 'chh', pronounced without any vowel between]: desire; will
Idam [idum]: this
Indra [indraa]: Lord of the devas; first student of Brahma vidya
Indriya(s) [indriyuH]: senses
Isa [eesh^]: Supreme Lord
Ishta devata [isht devutaa]: the god one likes to worship
Isvara (Iswara) [eesh^vur]: God; the Supreme Being in His aspect of Lord of the worlds
Isvara anugraha [eesh^vur unugruha]: God's grace
Isvara drishti [eesh^vur dr^shti]: seeing everything as God
Isvara prasada [eesh^vur prusaad]: God's grace
Isvara svarupa [eesh^vur svuroop]: the true form of God