Synonyms Index

adri-parivarta — rolling the hill — SB 2.7.13
agni-parīkṣā — test by fire — CC Madhya 9.205
alāta-paridhiḥ — encirclement of burning cinders — SB 5.2.10
aloka-parimāṇam — the width of the tract of land known as Aloka-varṣa — SB 5.20.42
amala-mallī-parimalaḥ — the pure fragrance of the mallikā flowers — CC Antya 1.160
amara-parivṛḍhāḥ — the best of the demigods — SB 5.16.15
āmi kariba pariveśana — I shall distribute — CC Madhya 3.67
aṅga-parityāgaḥ — the giving up of his body — SB 12.12.24
anna-vyañjana-upari — on top of the boiled rice and vegetables — CC Madhya 3.56
anna-vyañjana-upari — over the rice and vegetables — CC Madhya 15.220
anuparikrāman — by circumambulating — SB 5.1.30
anuparitaḥ — surrounding — SB 5.16.29
anuvāda-paribhāṣayā — by explanatory repetition of words spoken previously by the King — SB 5.10.14
aparicita — unacquainted — CC Antya 18.98
aparigaṇya-dhāmne — whose bodily features are never to be conceived by material speculation — SB 8.6.8
aparigrahaḥ — free from the feeling of possessiveness — Bg 6.10
aparigrahaḥ — without being dependent (on the family) — SB 7.15.30
aparigrahaḥ — without accepting any charity from anyone else — SB 9.2.11-13
aparigraheṇa — by nonacceptance — SB 4.22.23
aparihārye — of that which is unavoidable — Bg 2.27
aparijñāna-mayaḥ — based on lack of full knowledge — SB 11.22.34
aparijñeya-vīryasya — who has unlimited potency — SB 8.12.36
aparikalita — not experienced — CC Adi 4.146, CC Madhya 20.182
aparikalita-pūrvaḥ — not previously experienced — CC Madhya 8.149
aparikīrtanam — not advertising — SB 11.11.34-41
aparimeya — immeasurable — SB 10.50.25-28
aparimeya — unlimited — SB 10.87.38
aparimeyām — immeasurable — Bg 16.11-12
aparimeyāṇi — immeasurable, unlimited — SB 9.24.60
aparimita — unparalleled — SB 5.1.36
aparimita — unlimited — SB 6.9.36
aparimitāḥ — countless — SB 10.87.30
aparimitāḥ — unlimited in number — CC Madhya 19.143
aparimlāna — never faded — SB 5.25.7
apariśuddhaḥ — impure — SB 4.7.26
ārya-samaya-parihṛtāḥ — who are rejected by authorized Vedic scriptures accepted by the Āryans — SB 5.14.29
aṣṭādaśa paricchede — in the eighteenth chapter — CC Antya 20.134
ātma-parīpsayā — to protect himself by expanding — SB 3.22.2
ayuta-yojana-parimaṇḍale — having a circumference of eighty thousand miles — SB 5.26.14
bahu-parivāra — many members of the family — CC Madhya 14.131
baladeva-parigrahāḥ — the consorts of Lord Baladeva — SB 10.67.12
balasya upari — on top of Lord Balarāma — SB 10.67.23
bhaṅgī-traya-paricitām — bent in three places, namely the neck, waist and knees — CC Adi 5.224
bhoga parihari’ — giving up all kinds of material enjoyment — CC Madhya 19.128
brahmāṇḍa-upari — above all the universes — CC Madhya 21.106
bujhite nā pāri — we cannot understand — CC Antya 4.89, CC Antya 4.190, CC Antya 16.147
bujhite nā pāri — I cannot understand — CC Antya 7.82
caitanyera pāriṣada — associate of Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu — CC Antya 12.35
candana pari’ — putting on the sandalwood — CC Madhya 4.177
carma-ambara-paridhāne — by putting on a garment of skin — CC Madhya 10.159