Synonyms Index

āgrasantaḥ — swallowing up — SB 12.9.12
aikṣanta — began to look upon the boys — SB 10.11.54
anusantasthuḥ — was rigidly followed — SB 4.2.31
anusantatam — expanded — SB 4.13.8-9
anusantatāni — extended — Bg 15.2
ārurukṣantam — trying to get on — SB 4.8.9
ārurukṣantam — trying to rise onto it — SB 4.8.67
aśānta — disturbed — SB 10.20.22
aśānta — feverish — SB 10.20.22
aśānta — unquenched — SB 11.5.1
aśānta — unpeaceful — SB 11.7.73
aśānta — not peaceful — CC Madhya 19.149
aśānta-kāmaḥ — whose desires are unsatiated — SB 7.6.15
asantaḥ — demoniac men — SB 4.16.23
asantaḥ — very impious — SB 11.5.14
asantaḥ — nonexistent — SB 11.28.5
aśāntāḥ — not peaceful (in the mode of passion) — SB 10.16.50
aśāntāḥ — devoid of peace — SB 11.5.17
asantam — nonexistent — SB 3.5.24
asantam — unreal — SB 10.14.28, SB 11.21.31
aśāntasya — of the unpeaceful — Bg 2.66
ati-praśaṁsantaḥ — praising the Lord — SB 8.18.9-10
āviśantam — entering (into his private sitting area) — SB 10.44.35
bhṛśa-santaptaḥ — very much aggrieved — SB 9.21.11
bhūtasantāpaḥ — Bhūtasantāpa — SB 8.10.19-24
bhūtasantāpanam — Bhūtasantāpana — SB 7.2.18-19
daśantam — biting — SB 12.5.11-12
dhamani-santataḥ — whose veins were visible everywhere on the body — SB 9.3.14
dhamani-santataḥ — emaciated so much that the veins are visible throughout his body — SB 11.18.9
dhamani-santatam — his veins visible — SB 10.80.23
dviṣantaḥ — envying — SB 11.5.15
eka-santatim — the only son in the family — SB 6.14.52
grasantam — while devouring — SB 3.3.6
grasantam — who is devouring — SB 6.9.44
grasantam — swallowing — SB 12.9.21
hasantaḥ — after tasting, they were all laughing — SB 10.13.10
hasantaḥ ca punaḥ daduḥ — when they saw the proprietor, they threw it farther away and enjoyed laughing, and when the owner sometimes cried, his bag was given to him again — SB 10.12.5
hasantam — smiling — SB 6.1.58-60
hasantam — laughing — SB 10.69.29
hasantau — laughing — SB 10.15.15
jigīṣantau — wanting victory — SB 10.44.5
juṣantaḥ — cultivating — SB 11.21.1
kāma-santaptaḥ — being agitated by lusty desires — SB 9.20.10
kāmān abhīpsantau — desiring to beg some benediction — SB 10.3.34-35
kāṅkṣantaḥ — desiring — Bg 4.12
kaṣantam — rubbing — SB 10.9.11
krośantam — crying out — SB 10.34.26, SB 10.34.27
kṣānta-roṣā — was relieved of anger — SB 10.4.25
kṣut-kṣāntaḥ — tired because of hunger — SB 10.11.15
lipsantaḥ — desiring strongly — SB 8.8.35