Synonyms Index

bubhūṣatām — desire to exist — SB 4.6.4
bubhutsatām — such an enlightened person — SB 8.24.50
bubhutsatām — who are eager to learn — SB 12.11.2-3
cāri-śata biśa — 420 — CC Madhya 20.321
cāri-śata mudrā — four hundred coins — CC Antya 6.259, CC Antya 6.267
catuḥ-śatam — four hundred — SB 10.1.31-32
caudda-śata — 1400 — CC Adi 13.80
caudda-śata pañcānne — in the year 1455 — CC Adi 13.9
caudda-śata-sata — 1407 — CC Adi 13.9
caudda-śata sāta-śake — in 1407 of the Śaka Era (AD1486) — CC Adi 13.89
chaya-śata — six hundred — CC Madhya 20.388
daśa-pañca-catuḥ-śatam — fifteen thousand four hundred — SB 12.13.4-9
daśa-śata-ānanaḥ — one who has ten hundred faces — SB 2.7.41
daśa-śata-ānanaḥ — who has a thousand hoods — CC Madhya 21.13
daśa-śata-aram — the Sudarśana disc (ten hundred spokes) — SB 3.28.27
daśa-śataiḥ — by ten times one hundred (one thousand) — SB 8.11.16
daśa-śatam — one thousand (ten times one hundred) — SB 9.15.17-19
daśa-śatāni — ten times one hundred (one thousand) — SB 8.11.21
deśataḥ — circumstantial — SB 3.7.5
dhanuḥ-śatam — the extent of one hundred bow-lengths — SB 10.16.7
didṛkṣataḥ — desired to look upon — SB 2.10.21
didṛkṣatām — those who see like that — SB 4.6.46
didṛkṣatām — desirous of seeing — SB 7.8.36
dina pāṅca-sāta — five or seven days — CC Madhya 1.232
dina pāṅca-sāta — five to seven days — CC Antya 12.77
dina-pāṅca-sāta — five or seven days — CC Madhya 10.59
dui-śata — numbering about two hundred — CC Madhya 11.67
dui-śata turkī — two hundred Turks — CC Madhya 18.173
dui-tina śata — two hundred to three hundred — CC Antya 12.13
dūra-deśataḥ — from a distant country — CC Madhya 6.225
dviṣataḥ — envious — Bg 16.19
dviṣataḥ — envying — SB 3.2.19
dviṣataḥ — of one who is envious — SB 3.29.23
dviṣataḥ — your enemies — SB 6.7.23
dviṣataḥ — His rivals — SB 12.12.38
dviṣataḥ — those who are envious — CC Madhya 25.40
dviṣatām — of the enemies — SB 4.10.16
dviṣatām — of the inimical demons — SB 6.6.45
dviṣatām — His enemies — SB 10.53.51-55
dvitīya-abhiniveśataḥ — from the misconception of being a product of material energy — CC Madhya 20.119, CC Madhya 24.137, CC Madhya 25.138
ei sāta — these seven — CC Madhya 20.27, CC Madhya 24.11
ei sāta artha — these seven different meanings — CC Madhya 24.153
eka-śata — one hundred — CC Madhya 12.78
eka-śata mudrā — one hundred coins — CC Antya 6.153
eka-śatam — 101 — SB 9.16.29
eka-ūna-śata-kratuḥ — he who performed ninety-nine yajñas — SB 4.19.32
ekādaśa-śata-yojana-uttuṅga — 1,100 yojanas high — SB 5.16.16
grasatā — swallowing — SB 6.9.13-17
grasatām — while devouring — SB 3.12.16
grasatām — among other conditioned souls, who devour one another — SB 7.9.16