YITSKHOK-AVROM EYKHEL (ISAAC ABRAHAM EUCHEL) (October 17, 1756-June 14, 1804)
He was born in Copenhagen. He was one of the most active pioneers in the Berlin Jewish Enlightenment and co-editor of Hameasef (The collector). He authored the comedy, Reb henikh, oder vos tut men damit? (Reb Henikh, or what is to be done?), circulated for a time in manuscript and thereafter was published, one edition in Germanized Latin script (Berlin, 1864). He died in Berlin.
Sources: Zalmen Reyzen, Leksikon, vol. 1; Eliezer Shulman, Sfat yehudit-ashkenazit vesifruta (The Yiddish-Ashkenazi language and its literature) (Riga, 1913), p 175.