Synonyms Index

āmi-dui-bhāi — we two brothers — CC Madhya 19.33
āmi-dui-jane — both of us — CC Antya 4.33
āra dui — another two — CC Madhya 13.22
āra dui vatsara — another two years — CC Madhya 16.85
āra prabhu duijana — and the other two (Nityānanda and Advaita) are two prabhus (masters) — CC Adi 7.14
bhāta dui-cāri — two or four pieces of the thrown rice — CC Madhya 3.95
daṇḍa-dui ba-i — after about forty-five minutes — CC Antya 10.91
dina-dui — for two days — CC Madhya 9.70
dina-dui — two days — CC Madhya 9.242, CC Madhya 9.243
dina-dui — at least for two days — CC Madhya 20.42
dina dui-cāri — another two or four days — CC Madhya 3.198
dina dui-cāri — two or four days — CC Madhya 16.157
dina dui-tina — for two or three days — CC Madhya 10.87
dui — two — CC Adi 1.23, CC Adi 1.23, CC Adi 1.47, CC Adi 1.85-86, CC Adi 1.88-89, CC Adi 1.98, CC Adi 1.100, CC Adi 1.102, CC Adi 1.103, CC Adi 1.104, CC Adi 2.98, CC Adi 3.48, CC Adi 3.48, CC Adi 3.54, CC Adi 3.55, CC Adi 3.72, CC Adi 3.75, CC Adi 4.15-16, CC Adi 4.39, CC Adi 4.56, CC Adi 4.57, CC Adi 4.96, CC Adi 4.99-100, CC Adi 4.151, CC Adi 4.274, CC Adi 5.19, CC Adi 5.76, CC Adi 9.21, CC Adi 10.9, CC Adi 10.39, CC Adi 10.99, CC Adi 12.47, CC Adi 13.14, CC Adi 13.17, CC Adi 13.78, CC Adi 14.17, CC Adi 14.47, CC Adi 16.72, CC Adi 17.82, CC Adi 17.219, CC Adi 17.227, CC Adi 17.291, CC Adi 17.299, CC Madhya 1.18, CC Madhya 1.120, CC Madhya 1.120, CC Madhya 1.185, CC Madhya 1.187, CC Madhya 1.192, CC Madhya 1.196, CC Madhya 1.215, CC Madhya 1.216, CC Madhya 1.235, CC Madhya 1.244, CC Madhya 2.37, CC Madhya 2.62, CC Madhya 3.178, CC Madhya 3.182, CC Madhya 3.183, CC Madhya 4.103, CC Madhya 4.105, CC Madhya 5.10, CC Madhya 5.47, CC Madhya 5.49, CC Madhya 5.88, CC Madhya 5.92, CC Madhya 5.113, CC Madhya 5.156, CC Madhya 6.97, CC Madhya 6.98, CC Madhya 6.136, CC Madhya 6.136, CC Madhya 6.204, CC Madhya 6.249, CC Madhya 6.250, CC Madhya 6.252, CC Madhya 6.269, CC Madhya 7.16, CC Madhya 7.16, CC Madhya 7.37, CC Madhya 8.54, CC Madhya 8.56, CC Madhya 8.108, CC Madhya 8.282, CC Madhya 9.271, CC Madhya 9.271, CC Madhya 9.309, CC Madhya 9.322, CC Madhya 9.323, CC Madhya 10.122, CC Madhya 10.149, CC Madhya 11.141, CC Madhya 11.154, CC Madhya 11.178, CC Madhya 11.200, CC Madhya 12.176, CC Madhya 13.86, CC Madhya 13.153, CC Madhya 15.268, CC Madhya 16.90, CC Madhya 17.100, CC Madhya 18.5, CC Madhya 18.45, CC Madhya 19.5, CC Madhya 19.31, CC Madhya 19.52, CC Madhya 19.233, CC Madhya 20.78, CC Madhya 20.205, CC Madhya 20.244, CC Madhya 20.271, CC Madhya 21.127, CC Madhya 21.131, CC Madhya 22.156-157, CC Madhya 23.92, CC Madhya 23.92, CC Madhya 24.59, CC Madhya 24.65, CC Madhya 24.95, CC Madhya 24.155, CC Antya 1.71, CC Antya 1.202, CC Antya 2.27, CC Antya 3.58, CC Antya 3.166, CC Antya 3.178, CC Antya 4.103, CC Antya 4.131, CC Antya 5.13, CC Antya 5.108, CC Antya 5.149, CC Antya 6.76, CC Antya 6.290, CC Antya 8.77, CC Antya 13.64, CC Antya 15.75
dui — both — CC Adi 10.51, CC Madhya 9.276
dui — the two — CC Adi 17.229, CC Madhya 1.217
dui — two persons — CC Madhya 6.248, CC Madhya 24.95
dui — another two groups — CC Madhya 13.47
dui — both such actions — CC Madhya 15.262
dui — these two — CC Madhya 16.287
dui — the qualities of two rasas — CC Madhya 19.222
dui — two pieces — CC Antya 13.19
dui akṣara — of two syllables — CC Madhya 6.260
dui alaṅkāra — two metaphors — CC Antya 18.99
dui aṁśa — two parts — CC Adi 6.14-15
dui aṅga — two limbs of the Lord — CC Adi 5.146
dui añjali — two palmfuls — CC Antya 16.46
dui āṅkhi — two eyes — CC Madhya 21.132
dui artha — two meanings — CC Madhya 24.284
dui-arthe — by two interpretations — CC Madhya 6.273
dui avatāra-bhitara — within the two incarnations — CC Madhya 20.294
dui-bandhu lañā — with two friends — CC Antya 20.6
dui-bandhu-sane — with two friends, namely Rāmānanda Rāya and Svarūpa Dāmodara Gosvāmī — CC Antya 20.69
dui-bāra — for the second time — CC Madhya 12.94
dui-bhāga kari — dividing into two — CC Antya 1.70
dui bhāga kari’ — dividing into two different parts — CC Antya 1.44
dui bhāgavata — of the two bhāgavatas — CC Adi 1.98
dui bhāi — the two brothers (Śrīla Rūpa and Sanātana) — CC Adi 10.96
dui bhāi — these two brothers — CC Adi 10.120
dui bhāi — you two brothers — CC Madhya 1.214
dui bhāi — the two brothers, Caitanya Mahāprabhu and Nityānanda Prabhu — CC Madhya 3.60
dui bhāi — Rūpa Gosvāmī and his younger brother, Anupama — CC Antya 1.37
dui bhāi — both brothers — CC Antya 4.217
dui-bhāi — both brothers — CC Madhya 16.80
dui-bhāi — the two brothers — CC Madhya 19.4, CC Madhya 19.66, CC Madhya 25.216
dui-bhāi — the two brothers, namely Rūpa Gosvāmī and his younger brother, Anupama — CC Madhya 19.35
dui-bhāi — the two brothers Rūpa and Vallabha — CC Madhya 19.65