Synonyms Index

abhidheyaḥ — to be variously named — SB 5.18.32
abhidhīmahi — let us meditate — SB 5.23.8
abhidhīmahi — let me meditate upon Him — SB 8.3.2
abhidhīyamānā — being called — SB 5.17.1
abhidhīyate — is indicated — Bg 17.26-27
abhidhīyate — is said — Bg 18.11
abhidhīyate — is known — SB 3.29.37
abhidhīyate — is understood — SB 4.29.74
abhidhīyate — each is described — SB 11.16.41
abhidhīyate — is designated — SB 12.11.21
abhidhyāna — thinking of, at every second — SB 2.4.21
abhidhyānam — concentration — SB 3.28.6
abhidhyānam — constantly thinking of — SB 4.22.33
abhidhyānam — processes of elevation which absorb one’s attention — SB 11.14.28
abhidhyānena — by identification — SB 3.26.6
abhidhyāta — being meditated upon — SB 9.11.36
abhidhyāyan — meditating upon — SB 11.15.30
abhidhyāyataḥ — while thinking of — SB 3.12.21
abhidhyāyataḥ — while thinking — SB 3.13.18
abhidhyāyati — when meditating with full concentration — SB 4.8.80
abhidhyāyet — meditate upon — SB 4.8.44
abhidhyāyet — one should meditate upon Him — SB 4.8.51
abhidhyāyet — one should meditate — SB 11.14.36-42
abhidhyeyaḥ — meditated upon — SB 12.3.50
abhidravat — moving toward him — SB 9.4.49
abhidravataḥ — thus going forward — SB 8.21.15
abhidravate — running — SB 6.11.9
abhidravati — coming towards — SB 1.8.10
abhidrohaḥ — severe pain — SB 6.10.3
abhidroheṇa — by the sin of malice — SB 5.26.17
abhidṛṣṭaḥ — seen — SB 9.11.22
abhidrugdhāḥ — persecuted — SB 5.26.17
abhidruhyamāṇaḥ — being injured — SB 5.26.17
abhidrutya — running to — SB 6.9.19
abhidrutya — going before Her hastily — SB 8.9.2
abhidrutya — running toward — SB 10.43.6
abhidudruvuḥ — ran toward — SB 3.20.20
abhidyata — divided — SB 2.10.14
abhidyata — pierced through — SB 3.8.13
abhidyetām — appeared — SB 3.26.55
abhigacchanti — enter into — Iso mantra 3
abhigacchati — approaches for sexual intercourse — SB 5.26.20
abhigama — journey — SB 1.19.8
abhigamya — approaching — SB 10.80.8
abhigarjanti — roar — SB 8.2.6
abhighāti — destroying — SB 3.16.22
abhighṛtāni — soaked — SB 11.27.38-41
abhigoptā — a well-wisher of the citizens as a father is the well-wisher of his children — SB 5.10.23
abhigṛhīta-pāṇiḥ — humbly with folded hands — SB 1.19.12