īṅkh or iṅkh, cl. 1. P. (iṅkhati, iṅkhāṃ-cakāra, or īṅkhati, īṅkhāṃ-cakāra, iṅkhitum or īṅkhitum) to go, move Dhātup. v, 28: Caus. īṅkháyati, to move backwards and forwards, move up and down, swing RV. AitBr.
īdṛśaka mf(ikā)n. endowed with such qualities, such ŚBr. ChUp. Mn. R. Bhag.: Śak. &c
• [with the final syllables dṛś and dṛśa of these words the. Gk. ? in [170, ] ?, ? in ? &c. ; Goth. leika in hvêleiks, 'which one', svaleik-s, 'such' ; Mod. Germ. welcher, solcher ; Slav. liko nom. lik e.g. tolik, 'such' ; Lat. li in tâlis, quâlis.]
īm ind. (fr. pronominal base 3. i), Ved. a particle of affirmation and restriction (generally after short words at the beginning of a period, or after the relative pronouns, the conjunction yad, prepositions and particles such as āt, uta, atha, &c.) īm has also the sense 'now' (= idānīm), and is by Sāy. sometimes considered as an acc. case for enam RV. VS.