Synonyms Index

ālelihānaḥ — devouring all around — SB 5.6.8
ālihan — licking — SB 10.66.32-33
anunirjihānam — having come out — SB 7.8.18
ihāṅ — in this place — CC Adi 7.162, CC Madhya 1.222
ihāṅ — in this connection — CC Adi 12.11, CC Adi 16.80, CC Adi 16.109
ihāṅ — this — CC Adi 16.59, CC Antya 9.152
ihāṅ — here in this book — CC Madhya 1.11-12
ihāṅ — in this book — CC Madhya 2.84
ihāṅ — in this — CC Madhya 2.88, CC Madhya 2.92, CC Madhya 8.202
ihāṅ — in this material world — CC Madhya 8.135, CC Antya 3.80
ihāṅ — at this place, Kurukṣetra — CC Madhya 13.128
ihāṅ — here, at Kurukṣetra — CC Madhya 13.129, CC Madhya 13.130
ihāṅ — outside the garden — CC Madhya 14.47
ihāṅ — all this — CC Madhya 15.229
ihāṅ — here (at Śāntipura) — CC Madhya 16.245-246
ihāṅ — in this matter — CC Madhya 18.227
ihāṅ — in the material world, where the devotee is still present — CC Madhya 19.155
ihāṅ — on this platform — CC Madhya 19.226
ihāṅ — upon him — CC Antya 4.91
ihāṅ — here (to Jagannātha Purī) — CC Antya 4.137
ihāṅ — here, at Jagannātha Purī — CC Antya 5.148
ihaṅ — this child — CC Adi 14.19
ihaṅ — He — CC Madhya 1.180
ihaṅ — here — CC Madhya 11.183, CC Madhya 12.23
ihāṅ āisa — come here — CC Adi 7.63, CC Adi 7.63
ihāṅ haite — from this place — CC Madhya 1.222, CC Madhya 25.198
ihāṅ haite — from here — CC Antya 4.26, CC Antya 14.106
ihāṅ rahite nāri — I cannot stay here — CC Antya 9.60
ihāṅ rahi’ — to stay here — CC Antya 9.66
ihāṅ-sabāra darśane — seeing all these Vaiṣṇavas — CC Antya 7.57
ihāṅ vaisa — sit down here — CC Madhya 18.171
ihāṅ vistāriba — I shall describe elaborately — CC Madhya 1.11-12
ihāṅi — here — CC Antya 7.59, CC Antya 7.59
ihāñi rahibā — please stay here — CC Madhya 15.294
ihāṅi rahibā — will stay here — CC Antya 12.144
ihāṅo — here also — CC Madhya 24.162
īhante — they desire — Bg 16.11-12
īhante — act — SB 6.14.3
īhante — execute — SB 8.1.14
ihāṅte — here — CC Antya 3.28
ihāṅya — unto him — CC Antya 1.89
lelihānaḥ — by the greedy tongue — SB 4.24.66
lelihānaḥ — licking its fangs — SB 10.51.49
lelihānam — the snake, licking his lips — SB 12.5.11-12
lihan iva — as if licking up — SB 8.15.26
lihantaḥ — licking — SB 10.43.21-22, SB 10.73.1-6
lihantyaḥ — licking the calves — SB 10.13.24
lihantyaḥ — licking as they do when newborn calves are present — SB 10.13.31