Synonyms Index

ādeśakarāḥ — following the order — SB 5.4.13
alpa-darśakaḥ — still less fully manifested — CC Madhya 20.400
āmāra śakati — My strength — CC Antya 11.95
aṁśaka-aṁśakāḥ — those who are parts of the parts — SB 6.17.32
aṁśakaḥ — born of my body — SB 4.5.4
aṁśakaḥ — expansion — SB 11.16.40
anapekṣakaḥ — not desiring even liberation — SB 11.18.28
asakale — incomplete — SB 10.30.32
aśakan — were able — SB 3.26.62, SB 8.2.28
aśakan — able — SB 7.9.1
aśakat — was able — SB 4.20.21, SB 6.16.32, SB 12.2.30
aśakat — he was able — SB 6.4.41
aśma-sakaleṣu — in various types of precious stones — CC Madhya 20.304
aśma-śakaleṣu — in various types of precious stones — Bs 5.49
ātma-prakāśakam — self-luminous — SB 12.2.34
ātma-vatsakān — the calves belonging to His own personal friends — SB 10.13.14
avidyā-nāśaka — vanquisher of māyā — CC Antya 5.145
bhāva-sakala — all the symptoms of ecstatic love — CC Antya 15.58
bhavatā sākam — in your company — SB 9.14.21
brahma-aṁśakasya — of the partial expansion of the Absolute Truth — SB 12.4.32
brahma-brāhmaṇa-yajña-puruṣa-loka-vidūṣakāḥ — blasphemous toward the Vedas, the strict brāhmaṇas, ritualistic ceremonies such as sacrifice, and toward the Supreme Personality of Godhead and the devotees — SB 5.6.10
brahma-upāsaka — the worshiper of impersonal Brahman — CC Madhya 24.107
brāhmaṇa-sakala — all the brāhmaṇas of that village — CC Madhya 19.110
caṣakaiḥ — (which are like) drinking cups — SB 10.14.33
citta-ākarṣaka — the attractor of the minds — CC Madhya 8.139
daśa-prakāra śāka — spinach of ten varieties — CC Madhya 15.210
dekhilā sakali — participated in all of them — CC Madhya 15.36
duṣṭa-nāśaka-vīrya — the extraordinary power to kill rogues and miscreants — CC Madhya 20.372
ei-sakala — all these — CC Antya 13.138
eka śaśaka — one rabbit — CC Madhya 24.233
ekam śakaṭam — on one bullock cart — SB 10.11.34
haṁsakaiḥ — with the swans — SB 10.12.7-11
ikṣvāku-nṛga-śaryāti-diṣṭa-dhṛṣṭa-karūṣakān — named Ikṣvāku, Nṛga, Śaryāti, Diṣṭa, Dhṛṣṭa and Karūṣaka — SB 9.1.11-12
jagat-sakala — the entire universe — CC Adi 4.115
karṣakāḥ — the farmers — SB 10.20.41
karṣakāṇām — to the farmers — SB 10.20.12
kevala brahma-upāsaka — the worshiper of only the impersonal Brahman — CC Madhya 24.108
kośakāraḥ — the silkworm — SB 6.1.52
kṛṣṇa-upāsaka — devotees of Lord Kṛṣṇa — CC Madhya 9.12
kṛṣṇera sakala śeṣa — everything left by Kṛṣṇa — CC Madhya 15.236
mada-śoṣakaḥ — who can remove the madness — SB 6.18.26
mahat-upāsakaḥ — being an unalloyed devotee of the Supreme Personality of Godhead — SB 7.4.30
mahiṣī-sakala — all the queens and ladies of the palace — CC Madhya 16.119
maśaka — mosquitoes — SB 5.14.5, SB 5.26.17
maśakāḥ — mosquitoes — SB 3.31.27
maśakāḥ — small biting insects — SB 10.40.15
maśakaḥ — a mosquito — SB 12.9.27
maśakaiḥ — by mosquitoes — SB 5.13.3
mayā sākam — with me — SB 9.14.19
mililā sakale — met all of them — CC Antya 1.25