Synonyms Index

abhimataiḥ — as desired by — SB 1.11.22
abhimatam — desire — SB 4.8.59-60
abhimatam — desired — SB 7.9.52
abhimatam — accepted by — SB 8.7.20
abhimatam — agreeable — SB 10.58.36
abhimatān — the desired — SB 7.3.35
abhimatāt — for which one has affection — SB 3.28.39
abhimatāt — intimately connected — SB 3.28.40
abhimatayā — which is preferred — SB 11.3.48
abhimatayaḥ — the functions of false ego — SB 10.23.23
abhimateḥ — from Abhimati — SB 6.6.10-11
abhimatim — identification — SB 4.29.76-77
abhimattānām — who became intoxicated — SB 11.30.13
abhimatyā — with the ego — SB 3.26.69
abhimatyā — by a false conception — SB 6.16.35
abhiniveśita-manāḥ — his mind was absorbed — SB 5.8.27
abhinna-ātmā — without being disturbed in body or mind — SB 8.22.1
abhipadyamānaḥ — moving — SB 5.21.3
abhīpsamānaḥ — he who desires — SB 12.3.15
abhipūjyamānaḥ — being worshiped — SB 5.1.8
abhirāma — charming — SB 11.30.28-32
abhirāma — attractive — CC Madhya 2.26
abhirāma — the satisfaction — CC Madhya 2.71
abhirāmam — particularly very dear — SB 1.18.17
abhirāmam — pleasing — SB 3.15.45
abhirāmam — beautiful — SB 5.3.2
abhirāmam — who give pleasure — SB 10.52.38
abhirāmām — most attractive — SB 11.31.6
abhirāmāt — from the pleasing vibrations from such glorification — SB 10.1.4
abhisamīkṣamāṇayoḥ — looking on — SB 5.1.21
abhisarāma — may go — SB 4.3.8
abhiṣekṣyāmaḥ — we shall perform the bathing ceremony of coronation — SB 10.27.21
abhiṣicyamānābhyām — being wetted — SB 4.9.50
abhiṣṭūyamānaḥ — being worshiped — SB 5.3.16
abhivīkṣamāṇaḥ — seeing — SB 5.8.27
abhivyajyamāna — distinctly manifested — SB 5.4.1
abhivyajyamāna — being manifested — SB 5.17.2
abhivyudasta-māyaḥ — because all illusion is completely removed by Him — SB 10.12.39
abhra-maṇḍalam — the clouds — SB 11.31.9
abhramat — traveled — CC Madhya 18.1
abhramāya — to dissipate darkness — SB 3.11.15
ābhṛta-ātmā — one who is fully self-controlled — SB 4.8.56
abhyagaman — came forward — SB 10.15.42
abhyagamat — arrived — SB 8.3.31
abhyajyamānāḥ — being massaged — SB 10.41.26
abhyaṅga-mardana — massaging the body with oil — CC Antya 5.17
abhyardyamāneṣu — being harassed by — SB 3.2.15
abhyātmam — drawing the compassion of others by presenting oneself as always poverty-stricken — SB 8.19.42
abhyudaye ca karmaṇi — and in a sacrificial ceremony in which oblations are offered to the forefathers and demigods — SB 6.19.26-28
abrahma — unbrahminical — SB 12.1.35