Synonyms Index

ā-kalpa-antam — up to the end of the millennium — SB 5.19.9
ā-kalpa-antam — until the end of the creation — SB 5.23.3
ā-kalpa-antāt — up until the end of the day of Brahmā — SB 12.10.36
abādhanta — blocked the way — SB 4.5.16
abhigṛṇantaḥ — chanting — SB 5.18.1
abhigṛṇantaḥ — offering profusely — SB 10.18.31
abhipālayantam — tending — CC Adi 5.22, Bs 5.29
abhipatantam — while falling down — SB 2.7.14
abhyahanyanta — were simultaneously sounded — Bg 1.13
abhyantara — inner space — SB 2.8.16
abhyantara — internal — SB 5.1.33
abhyantara — within the abdomen — SB 5.13.8
abhyantara — inner — SB 5.16.5
abhyantara — within the house — CC Madhya 3.150
abhyantara — inside — CC Madhya 12.92
abhyantara — within — CC Madhya 20.279-280
abhyantara-varṣam — the inner division — SB 5.16.7
abhyantare — to the private house — CC Madhya 1.181
abhyantare — within the room — CC Madhya 1.282
abhyantare — within the house — CC Madhya 6.31
abhyantare — inside — CC Madhya 11.130
abhyantare — in the interior rooms — CC Antya 6.155
abhyantare gelā — entered His room — CC Antya 2.121
abhyasūyantaḥ — out of envy — Bg 3.32
abhyasyantaḥ — practicing — SB 6.5.27-28
ācāntam — having sipped water for purification — SB 10.75.19
ācarantam — performing — SB 10.69.41
adānta — uncontrolled — SB 7.5.30
adānta — not brought under control — SB 10.87.33
adānta-ātman — You restless boy — SB 10.8.34
adantam — eating — SB 11.28.31
adāntasya — for him who is not self-controlled — SB 10.78.25-26
adhaḥ-patantam — gliding down — SB 3.1.41
ādhāvantaḥ — rushing toward — SB 8.10.40
adhīyanta — they have learned — SB 12.7.6
ādi-anta — in both the beginning and the end — SB 6.16.36
ādi-anta-vantaḥ — who all have a beginning and end — SB 7.9.49
ādi-anta-vantaḥ — possessing a beginning and end — SB 11.14.11
ādi-anta-vat — everything material has a beginning and an end — SB 5.10.11
ādi-anta-vat — having a beginning and an end — SB 11.28.9
ādi-anta-vat — which has a beginning and an end — SB 12.4.23
ādi-anta-vat — subject to beginning and end — SB 12.4.28
adṛśyanta — were seen — SB 6.10.24
ādya-upānta — from beginning to end — CC Madhya 18.226
ādya-upānta — from beginning to the end — CC Madhya 20.65
āgantā — comes — SB 10.50.47
āgrasantaḥ — swallowing up — SB 12.9.12
agṛhṇanta — accepted — SB 6.11.1
agṛhṇanta — they accepted — SB 10.24.31
ahantā — nonkiller — SB 4.11.18