Synonyms Index

agni-jihvāḥ — the demigods — SB 8.18.4
āgnīdhra-idhmajihva-yajñabāhu-hiraṇyaretaḥ-ghṛtapṛṣṭha-medhātithi-vītihotra-saṁjñān — named Āgnīḍhra, Idhmajihva, Yajñabāhu, Hiraṇyaretā, Ghṛtapṛṣṭha, Medhātithi and Vītihotra — SB 5.1.33
idhma-jihva — Idhmajihva — SB 5.1.25
idhma-jihvaḥ — named Idhmajihva — SB 5.20.2
jihvā — the sense of taste — SB 3.26.41
jihvā — his tongues — SB 10.17.6
jihvā — the sense of taste, experienced upon the tongue — SB 11.22.15
jihvā — of the tongue — CC Adi 2.2, CC Antya 16.119, NoI: verse 1
jihvā-ādau — beginning with the tongue — CC Madhya 17.136
jihvā-adi — the tongue, the sensation of taste and the god of water, Varuṇa — SB 11.22.32
jihvā-agre — on the tip of the tongue — SB 3.33.7, CC Antya 16.27
jihvā-agre — on the tongue — CC Madhya 11.192, CC Madhya 19.72
jihvā-lāmpaṭya — indulging in satisfying the tongue — CC Antya 8.85
jihvā-phalam — the perfection of the tongue — CC Madhya 20.61
jihvāḥ — the sense for tasting — SB 2.5.31
jihvam — one who has such a tongue — SB 2.7.28
jihvam — tongue — SB 3.14.9
jihvam — possessing points — SB 6.12.2
jihvam — whose tongue — SB 7.8.19-22
jihvam — and tongues — SB 10.89.53
jihvām — tongue — SB 4.4.17
jihvām — the tongue — SB 7.12.26-28, SB 11.23.50
jihvāra — of the tongue — CC Antya 6.225, CC Antya 6.227
jihvāte — on the tongue — CC Madhya 9.27, CC Antya 16.92
jihvayā — by the tongue — SB 2.10.18, SB 6.9.13-17, SB 11.8.19
jihvayā — with a tongue — SB 6.12.27-29
jihvayā — with his tongue — SB 10.16.25
jihvayā — with their tongues — SB 10.43.21-22, SB 10.73.1-6
jihvayā — with the tongue — SB 10.66.32-33
jihvāya — on the tongue — CC Madhya 8.123
jihvāya — to the tongue — CC Antya 6.311
jihvāya — with my tongue — CC Antya 11.34
jihvāya — with his tongue — CC Antya 13.132
jihvayā aṁśena — with the part of the tongue — SB 3.6.13
jihvāyām — on the tongue — SB 7.1.19
mora jihvā — my tongue — CC Madhya 8.133
sahasra-jihvaḥ — although having thousands of tongues — SB 5.25.12
sanna-jihvāḥ — having silent tongues — SB 4.7.23
sapta-jihvaḥ — having seven flames — SB 5.20.2
sva-jihvayā — with His tongue — SB 7.8.30
vitata-adhva-jihvaḥ — whose tongue was like a broad way — SB 10.12.17