Synonyms Index

abhijñatā — knowing — SB 11.15.8-9
abhijñātāḥ — are known — SB 5.20.3-4
abhijñātāḥ — understood — SB 5.20.10
abhijñātāḥ — known — SB 5.20.15
abhyanujñātaḥ — being permitted — SB 1.10.8, SB 1.12.36, SB 6.18.77
abhyanujñātaḥ — given permission to leave — SB 10.16.65-67
abhyanujñātaḥ — given leave — SB 10.37.24, SB 10.79.9
ācārya-ājñāte — by the order of Advaita Ācārya — CC Antya 6.162
ajñāta — without knowledge — SB 1.13.28
ajñāta — unknown — CC Adi 2.76, CC Adi 2.78
ajñatā — the ignorance — SB 10.14.27
ajñāta-tattvāya — to those who are unaware of the truth — SB 4.12.51
ājñāte — by the order — CC Madhya 6.126, CC Madhya 7.45
ajñātvā — not understanding — SB 10.24.6
ajñātvā — not knowing — SB 11.11.33
anujñātāḥ — being permitted — SB 3.4.1
anujñātāḥ — given permission — SB 10.82.11
anujñātaḥ — being permitted to leave — SB 3.22.26-27
anujñātaḥ — being ordered — SB 5.4.8
anujñātaḥ — ordered (by the spiritual master) — SB 7.12.5
anujñātaḥ — being asked — SB 7.12.13-14
anujñātaḥ — being permitted — SB 8.16.44-45
anujñātaḥ — by their permission — SB 9.4.33-35
anujñātaḥ — taking permission — SB 10.4.28
anujñātaḥ — given permission — SB 10.27.28
anujñātaḥ — given leave — SB 10.64.30
anujñātaḥ — given permission to leave — SB 10.79.16-17
anujñātam — that which is permitted — SB 11.17.28
anujñātau — given leave — SB 10.45.49
anujñātuḥ — of the supporter — SB 4.21.26
artha-abhijñatā — having full knowledge of past, present and future — CC Madhya 20.361
artha-jñāt — than one who knows the purpose of the Vedas — SB 3.29.32
avajñātaḥ — neglected — SB 1.14.39
avajñātam — without proper attention — Bg 17.22
avajñātam — thus being neglected — SB 1.18.28
avajñāte — in contempt — CC Madhya 17.127
avijñāta — the unknown one — SB 4.25.10
avijñāta — who did not understand — SB 10.23.51
avijñāta-gatiḥ — unknown destination — SB 1.13.26
avijñātaḥ — imperceptibly — SB 1.13.17
avijñātam — Avijñāta — SB 5.20.9
bahu-jñatā — vast learning — SB 7.7.51-52
bahu-jñatām — with our extensive knowledge — SB 10.23.40
bhrātṛ-jñātīn — brothers and kinsmen — SB 5.8.9
duranujñātam — not given proper permission — SB 10.64.35
guru-anujñātaḥ — invited by his spiritual master — SB 12.8.7-11
hṛdaya-jñatvam — the characteristic of knowing intimately — SB 11.20.21
jajñāte — were born — SB 5.15.14-15, SB 7.1.40
jñāta — known — SB 7.5.19, CC Adi 2.76, CC Adi 2.79, CC Adi 2.81