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Synonyms Index

adhiloka-nāthaḥ — the King of the kings — SB 3.5.8
akhila-loka-nātha — the Lord of the universe — SB 2.7.15
akhila-loka-nātham — to the Supreme Person, the controller of everything — SB 10.10.28
alabdha-nāthaḥ — without getting the shelter of a protector — SB 9.4.52
ālālanātha — of the place named Ālālanātha — CC Madhya 1.122
ālālanātha — the place named Ālālanātha — CC Madhya 7.76
ālālanātha — to the place known as Ālālanātha — CC Antya 2.132
ālālanātha — to Ālālanātha — CC Antya 9.78, CC Antya 9.84
ālālanātha-pathe — on the path to the temple of Ālālanātha — CC Madhya 7.59
ālālanātha yāi’ — going to Ālālanātha — CC Antya 9.93
ananya-nāthān — especially for the cowherd boys, who did not know anyone except Kṛṣṇa — SB 10.12.27
anāthā — bereft of husband — SB 4.28.18
anātha — to those who have no protector — SB 10.44.45
anātha — persons who have no protector — SB 10.57.6
anātha — of those who have no master — SB 10.58.21
anātha — helpless — CC Adi 15.19
anātha-bandho — O friend of the helpless — CC Madhya 2.58
anātha-vargā — of poor women like me — SB 4.25.42
anātha-vat — appearing to be bereft of their owner — SB 1.17.1
anātha-vat — as if no one were there to protect them — SB 6.11.2-3
anātha-vat — as if she had no protector — SB 8.16.1
anātha-vat — exactly like a woman who has no protector — SB 9.9.33
anāthāḥ — helpless — SB 1.9.17, SB 1.13.45, SB 11.4.19
anāthāḥ — with no one to protect them — SB 11.17.57
anāthaḥ api — although without a protector — SB 7.2.40
anātham — without being protected by anyone — SB 4.8.66
anāthām — without a protector — SB 6.14.56
anāthau — who had no other person to look after their comforts — SB 6.2.28
anāthāyāḥ — having no ruler — SB 4.14.37
āra raghunātha — and Raghunātha — CC Adi 12.63
asura-yūtha-nāthāḥ — the chiefs of the demons — SB 8.17.16
bhaṭṭa-raghunātha — Raghunātha Bhaṭṭa Gosvāmī — CC Adi 1.36
bhaṭṭa-raghunātha — Bhaṭṭa Raghunātha — CC Antya 1.3-4
bhaṭṭa raghunātha — Raghunātha Bhaṭṭa Gosvāmī — CC Adi 9.4
bhavānī-nāthaiḥ — by the company of Bhavānī — SB 5.17.16
bhūta-nātha — ghostly followers of Lord Śiva — SB 11.2.23
bhūta-nāthaḥ — the lord of the ghosts — SB 4.5.4
bhūta-nāthān — to such leaders of the ghosts as Bhairava — SB 6.11.17
camū-nāthaḥ — commanders — SB 4.26.1-3
dāsa bholānātha — Bholānātha dāsa — CC Adi 12.60
dāsa-raghunātha — Śrīla Raghunātha dāsa Gosvāmī — CC Adi 1.36
dāsa-raghunātha — Raghunātha dāsa Gosvāmī — CC Adi 9.4, CC Madhya 18.49
dāsa-raghunātha — Dāsa Raghunātha — CC Antya 1.3-4
dekhi’ jagannātha — after seeing Lord Jagannātha — CC Antya 4.12
dīna-nāthaḥ — refuge of the fallen souls — SB 3.31.18
dīna-nāthaḥ — the only shelter of the downtrodden — SB 8.17.8
dīna-nāthasya — protector of the poor — SB 4.12.51
ei raghunātha-dāsa — this Raghunātha dāsa Gosvāmī — CC Antya 6.326
ei vāṇīnātha — this Vāṇīnātha — CC Madhya 10.56
gadādhara-prāṇa-nātha — the Lord of the life of Gadādhara — CC Antya 7.163