Synonyms Index

abhyarcatām — worshiped — SB 3.8.26
abhyasiñcata — he bathed — SB 10.27.22-23
anuśocatām — who were lamenting — SB 6.16.1, SB 10.63.1
arcatām — worshiping — SB 10.86.46
arocata — were very pleasing — SB 8.6.31
ati-arocata — surpassing, appeared beautiful — SB 8.18.18
ati uccatara — very high — CC Madhya 9.312
avocata — he requested — SB 9.18.38
ayācata — asked for — SB 1.18.27
ayācata — requested — SB 5.24.24, SB 9.15.5-6, SB 10.41.32
ayācata — begged — SB 8.15.1-2, SB 10.57.14
ayācata — begged for — SB 9.6.39-40
ayācata — she begged — SB 10.48.8
ayācata — he entreated — SB 10.57.11
caṭa-caṭā-śabdaḥ — the clattering sound — SB 10.72.36
cātaka — the cātaka bird — CC Madhya 10.40, CC Antya 15.68
cātaka — like cātaka birds — CC Antya 15.65
cātaka — for the cātaka birds — MM mantra 30
caṭaka — named Caṭaka — CC Antya 14.120
cātaka-gaṇa — cātaka birds — CC Antya 18.86
caṭaka-giri — the sand dune known as Caṭaka-parvata — CC Antya 14.119
caṭaka parvata — the sand dunes — CC Madhya 2.9
caṭaka-parvata — the Caṭaka-parvata sand dune — CC Antya 14.84
caṭaka-parvata — the hill known as Caṭaka-parvata — CC Antya 20.125
caṭaka-parvate — to Caṭaka-parvata — CC Antya 18.36
caṭake — the caṭaka bird — CC Antya 17.43
catasraḥ — four — SB 3.1.40, SB 4.1.34, SB 6.6.33-36, SB 12.6.50
catasṛṣu — in the four — SB 5.20.30
catasṛṣu — to the four — SB 5.21.12
catasṛṣu — on the four — SB 7.14.20-23
catasṛṣu — over the four — SB 9.18.4
catasṛṣu āśāsu — in the four directions — SB 5.20.39
mā śocatam — kindly do not be aggrieved (for what happened in the past) — SB 10.4.18
pañcatā-antāsu — ending with death — SB 12.7.20
pañcatām — death — SB 7.8.52, SB 9.8.3
paścāta — afterwards — CC Adi 2.78
samarcatām — persons who are engaged in worshiping them — SB 4.8.50
samavocata — submitted — SB 10.1.18
samayācata — begged properly — SB 9.1.14
śocata — lament for — SB 7.2.60
śocatām — of those prone to lamentation — SB 7.2.49
tṛṣita cātaka-gaṇa — like lusty cātaka birds — CC Antya 19.42
uccacāṭa — fractured (the deity) — SB 5.9.17
uccāṭanam — the breaking — SB 12.12.28-29
uccāṭanam — annihilator — CC Madhya 15.110
uccāṭayiṣyat — severely punished — SB 2.7.28
vimuñcataḥ — releasing — SB 6.8.14
vimuñcataḥ — who will release — SB 10.71.4
viriñcatām — the post of Lord Brahmā — SB 4.24.29
vṛścata — cut down (all the trees) — SB 7.2.12