Synonyms Index

a-tat-jñaḥ — most ignorant — SB 7.15.10
abhijñaḥ — fully cognizant — SB 1.1.1
abhijñaḥ — intelligent — SB 4.21.10
abhijñaḥ — who knows perfectly — SB 10.81.1-2
abhijñaḥ — understanding pragmatically — SB 11.18.6
abhijñaḥ — one who is in proper knowledge — SB 11.22.49
abhijñaḥ — perfectly cognizant — CC Madhya 8.266, CC Madhya 20.359, CC Madhya 25.148
abhijñāḥ — those who are learned — SB 10.8.14, SB 10.26.17
adharma-jñāḥ — because they did not know religious principles — SB 9.18.41
adharma-jñāḥ — those who know nothing about religion — SB 12.3.38
adhiyajñaḥ — the Lord of sacrifice — Bg 8.2
adhiyajñaḥ — the Supersoul — Bg 8.4
adhiyajñaḥ — the Supreme Personality of Godhead — SB 2.7.17
adhiyajñaḥ — the enjoyer of all sacrifices — SB 3.29.38
ajñaḥ — a fool who has no knowledge in standard scriptures — Bg 4.40
ajñaḥ — the foolish — SB 1.3.37
ajñaḥ — less intelligent persons — SB 4.2.21
ajñaḥ — one who is not properly conversant — SB 4.7.52
ajñaḥ — the foolish King — SB 4.25.62
ajñaḥ — being foolish — SB 5.5.7
ajñaḥ — foolish — SB 6.1.27, SB 10.66.1
ajñaḥ — an ignorant living being — SB 6.1.49
ajñaḥ — without perfect knowledge — SB 6.1.52
ajñaḥ — a person not aware of the real fact — SB 6.17.19
ajñaḥ — this fool — SB 7.8.46
ajñaḥ — a foolish animal — SB 7.13.29
ajñaḥ — at the same time foolish — SB 8.20.15
ajñaḥ — a foolish person — SB 10.4.22
ajñaḥ — ignorant (or pretending to be so) — SB 10.44.10
ajñaḥ — ignorant — SB 11.3.45
ajñaḥ — one who does not see things as they are — SB 11.13.30
ajñaḥ — a fool — CC Adi 3.1
ajñāḥ — persons unaware of my prowess — SB 6.11.17
ajñāḥ — foolish persons — SB 10.27.7
ajñāḥ — foolish — SB 10.47.19
ajñaḥ api — even a foolish person — CC Adi 6.1
ajñaḥ api — even a person who has no knowledge — CC Madhya 1.1
akṛta-jñāḥ — those who are ungrateful — SB 10.32.19
amala-prajñaḥ — Prahlāda Mahārāja, who had clear intelligence — SB 8.23.11-12
amantra-yajñaḥ — performance of sacrifices simply by offering obeisances (without mantras) — SB 7.11.24
anakṣa-jñaḥ — not expert in gambling with dice — SB 10.61.27-28
āśaya-abhijñaḥ — understanding the heart — SB 3.23.22
aśeṣa-saṁjñaḥ — the same one with different names — SB 10.3.25
āśiṣaḥ ajñaḥ — knowing well the results of such benedictions — SB 7.9.24
astra-jñaḥ — expert in military science — SB 1.7.28
atat-mahi-jñaḥ — not knowing His greatness — SB 11.4.7
bahu-jñāḥ — persons with varied experience — SB 7.15.21
bhavānyāḥ śāpa-nimitta-jñaḥ — who knows the cause of the curse by Bhavānī, the wife of Lord Śiva — SB 5.17.15
brahma-yajñaḥ — study of the Veda — SB 11.16.23
candravijñaḥ — Candravijña — SB 12.1.21-26