Synonyms Index

abhihatena — who had been struck — SB 10.44.24-25
abhilabhate — he gets — SB 5.14.36
abhivardhate — increases more and more — SB 9.19.14
āḍāilera ghāṭe — at the shore of the village Āḍāila — CC Madhya 19.83
ahate — unused — SB 10.75.22
ahatena — with new — SB 5.9.15
akrūra-ghāṭera — of the Akrūra bathing ghat — CC Madhya 18.135
antaḥ-dadhate — will disappear — SB 3.3.15
anupṛcchate — after he (Indra) inquired — SB 6.8.3
apahate — futile — SB 7.5.42
āpana-hāte — by His own hand — CC Antya 19.51
āpanāra hāte — with His own hand — CC Madhya 12.131
apratighātena — by what is irresistible — SB 1.12.16
ārabhate — begins — Bg 3.7, SB 4.18.5, SB 4.29.60, SB 7.7.47
ārabhate — begins to perform — SB 4.29.58
arhate — deserves — SB 5.5.1
arhate — worship performed — SB 10.38.3
atiśobhate — appears beautiful — SB 9.14.26
avarundhate — obtain — SB 5.14.39
avatiṣṭhate — becomes established — Bg 2.65
avatiṣṭhate — becomes situated — Bg 6.18
avatiṣṭhate — can be fixed — SB 2.2.12
avatiṣṭhate — presently exists — SB 3.22.20
avatiṣṭhate — he remains — SB 3.28.44
avatiṣṭhate — stands — SB 5.24.27
avatiṣṭhate — develops firmly — SB 12.4.34
bādhate — does not hinder — SB 10.1.13
bādhate — is causing distress — SB 10.23.1
bādhate — undoes — SB 11.21.16
bhāte — cooked rice — CC Madhya 15.207
bhātera hāṇḍi — the cooking pot — CC Antya 13.54
bṛhate — the greatest — SB 4.24.42
bṛhate — who are unlimited — SB 8.3.17
bṛhate — the greatest of all — SB 9.19.29
bṛhate — huge — SB 10.40.17-18
bṛhate — the greatest being — SB 10.85.39
cabbiśa ghāṭe — in the twenty-four ghats, or bathing places — CC Madhya 17.190
cīra-ghāṭe snāna — bathing at Cīra-ghāṭa — CC Madhya 18.75
dadhāte — assumes — CC Antya 13.1
dhruva-ghāṭe — at the bank of the Yamunā known as Dhruva-ghāṭa — CC Madhya 25.186
doṅhāte praveśa — entered into Them both (Kṛṣṇa and Balarāma) — CC Adi 5.153
dui-hāte — in two hands — CC Antya 9.57
duṅhāra icchāte — by the will of both of them — CC Madhya 15.253
e-saba kathāte — in all these narrations — CC Antya 3.260
edhate — prospers — SB 10.44.48, SB 11.9.15
edhate — grow — SB 11.3.38
edhate — increases — SB 11.25.19
ei ghāṭe — in this bathing place — CC Madhya 18.136
eka eka bojhāte — in exchange for each load of dry wood — CC Madhya 25.204
gaja-utkhāte — plucked by an elephant — CC Antya 18.89