Synonyms Index

ādi-catur-vyūha — the original quadruple group — CC Madhya 20.189
adūduhan — they milked out — SB 4.18.15, SB 4.18.16
aduhat — milked — SB 4.18.12
ājuhāva — exclaimed — SB 1.2.2
ājuhāva — called — SB 6.1.28-29
ājuhāva — called for — SB 9.24.32, SB 10.65.24-25
ājuhāva — offered as oblations — SB 12.6.16
ajuhavīt — fixed — SB 1.15.42
ambhaḥ-ruhām — like a lotus flower — CC Adi 4.260
ambhoruha — of a lotus flower — SB 10.13.8
amboruha — lotus — MM mantra 21
ambu-ruhaḥ — lotuslike — SB 10.43.15
ambu-ruhāt — from the lotus of — SB 3.9.5
amburuha — like lotus flowers — SB 6.9.29-30
amburuha — like lotuses — SB 10.38.28-33
amburuha — like lotus petals — SB 10.49.9
amburuha-īkṣaṇa — O lotus-eyed one — SB 10.48.9
aṅga-ruhaiḥ — with your bodily hairs (the grass and growing plants on your surface) — SB 10.30.10
antaḥ-karaṇa-kuhare — in the core of the heart — CC Antya 3.62
anūhāḥ — without disturbance — SB 3.5.49
anūhaḥ — without consideration — SB 3.18.12
āruha — ascend — SB 3.23.23
āruhat — ascended — SB 1.13.60
āruhat — mounted — SB 10.1.29
āruhat — climbed onto — SB 10.44.34
āruhat — he boarded — SB 10.64.30
āruhat — He mounted — SB 10.70.15, SB 10.71.13
āruhatām — They climbed — SB 10.52.10
asura-druhām — who had been oppressed by Kaṁsa and other demons disturbing the discharge of religious rituals — SB 10.3.1-5
avagūhanam — the hiding away — SB 12.12.28-29
bhavat-pada-ambhoruha — Your lotus feet — SB 10.2.31
bhū-ruhāḥ — the trees — SB 12.11.6-8
bhūruha-aṅgaiḥ — with the trees and plants — SB 9.10.16
bhūruhāḥ — the trees — SB 4.30.13
bhūruhāḥ — the creepers and trees — SB 6.6.28
bhūta-druhaḥ — who are always against the progress of other living beings — SB 8.1.26
bhūta-druhaḥ — who are meant for giving trouble to the living entities — SB 8.7.32
bhūta-druhaḥ — persons violent toward other living entities — SB 8.15.22
bhūta-druham — revolter against other living beings — SB 1.17.10-11
brahma-druhaḥ — disobedient to the orders of the brāhmaṇas — SB 1.3.20
caraṇa-ambu-ruham — lotus feet — SB 10.31.19, CC Adi 4.173, CC Madhya 8.219, CC Madhya 18.65, CC Antya 7.40
catuḥ-vyūha — the four expansions — CC Adi 4.11-12
catuḥ-vyūha haiñā — expanding into four wonderful forms — CC Adi 5.23
catur-vyūha — the quadruple expansions — CC Madhya 20.192
catur-vyūha — His quadruple form — CC Madhya 22.9
catur-vyūha-gaṇera — of the quadruple expansions — CC Madhya 20.189
catur-vyūha-parakāśa — manifestation of quadruple expansions — CC Madhya 20.193
citta-guhāra — of the core of the heart — CC Adi 1.101
dakṣa-adhvara-druhaḥ — who devastated the sacrifice of Dakṣa — SB 4.7.60
dakṣiṇa-aṅghri-saroruham — the right lotus foot — SB 3.4.8