Synonyms Index

tri-nava-sāhasrīḥ — three times nine thousand (that is, twenty-seven thousand) — SB 9.20.32
tri-sāhasram — three thousand — SB 10.58.50-51
tridaśāḥ — demigods — SB 4.7.57
tṛṇabindoḥ yaśaḥ-dharāḥ — continued the fame of King Tṛṇabindu — SB 9.2.35-36
turya-aṁśaḥ — one fourth — SB 12.3.24
tvādṛśāḥ — as yourself — SB 1.17.12
tvādṛśāḥ — like you — SB 4.20.4
tvam eṣaḥ — Yourself — SB 10.14.19
tviṣaḥ — the coils of hair — SB 4.24.49
tyakta-sarva-āśāḥ — having given up all material desires — SB 10.23.24
uddeśaḥ — sake — SB 10.24.3
uddharṣaḥ — overjoyed — SB 10.86.40
udvigna-dṛśaḥ — appeared very anxious — SB 4.10.6
udvigna-mānasaḥ — filled with anxiety — SB 1.13.32
udvigna-manasaḥ — with agitated minds — SB 10.4.32
ullāsaḥ — prominence — SB 7.1.7
unnaddha-cetasaḥ — whose mind is unrestrained — SB 6.18.26
uparata-rāsaḥ — stopped its playing — SB 5.8.22
upekṣāḥ — negligence — SB 11.2.46
upeyuṣaḥ — achieved — SB 4.8.36
upeyuṣaḥ — having obtained — SB 7.4.20, CC Antya 14.16
uraṅga-vidviṣaḥ — of Garuḍa, the enemy of the snakes — SB 4.20.22
urasaḥ — of her chest — SB 10.48.7
urasaḥ — of the chest — CC Antya 16.74
ūrdhva-retasaḥ — those whose semen flows upwards — SB 3.12.4
ūrdhva-retasaḥ — unadulterated celibates — SB 4.8.1
ūrdhva-retasaḥ — infallible celibates — SB 4.9.30
ūrdhva-retasaḥ — those who do not discharge semen at any time — SB 4.11.5
ūrdhva-retasaḥ — completely celibate — SB 5.1.26
uru-kleśaḥ — whose suffering is great — SB 3.31.6
uru-sāhasāḥ — and great audacity — SB 12.3.34
urvīśaḥ — highly elevated — SB 4.21.19
uśanasaḥ — the pilgrimage site named Uśanā — SB 3.1.22
uṣasaḥ — the dawns — SB 10.38.14
utsāha — and great enthusiasm — Bg 18.26
utsāha — enthusiasm — CC Madhya 4.185
utsāham — whose enthusiasm — SB 10.54.10
utsahante — are able — SB 5.20.37
utsāhāt — by enthusiasm — NoI: verse 3
utsahate — is able — CC Madhya 24.98
utsahe — like — SB 8.24.18
utsahe — I can be enthusiastic in that way (it is not possible) — SB 9.4.65
utsahe — I am able — SB 9.18.27
utsahe — I can bear — SB 10.42.10
utsaheta — can bear — SB 6.10.4, SB 10.47.48
utsaheta — is able — SB 7.6.9
utsāhī — materially enthusiastic — NBS 5*
utsrotasaḥ — they seek their subsistence upwards — SB 3.10.20
uttama-pūruṣaḥ — the Supreme Personality of Godhead — SB 11.6.15
uttama-śloka-lālasaḥ — who was so fond of serving the Supreme Personality of Godhead, known as Uttamaśloka — SB 5.14.43