Synonyms Index

ā-prayāgam — to Prayāga — SB 12.1.35
abhārāya — paving the way for diminishing the number of demons on the surface of the earth — SB 9.24.59
abhaya-āśraya — O fearless shelter of all — SB 10.2.39
abhiprāya — intention — CC Adi 12.54, CC Antya 6.306
abhiprāya — purport — CC Madhya 1.69, CC Madhya 6.192
abhiprāya — purpose — CC Madhya 6.195
abhiprāya — the intention — CC Antya 1.77
abhiprāyaḥ — by whom the ultimate purpose — SB 5.1.7
abhiprāyam — the intention — SB 6.18.56
abhiprāyam — the purpose — SB 9.3.9
abhiprāyam — desire — SB 9.9.3
abhiprāyam — the mentality — SB 10.49.30
abhyavahārāya — for eating — SB 9.4.36
acyuta-āśraya-janam — a person sheltered by the lotus feet of Acyuta, Lord Kṛṣṇa — SB 6.3.34
acyuta-āśrayaḥ — under the protection of the Supreme Personality of Godhead — SB 4.23.29
acyutānanda-prāya — almost as good as Acyutānanda — CC Adi 12.76
adhārayat — worshiped — SB 4.8.75
adhārayat — bore — SB 6.14.30
adhārayat — engaged — SB 7.2.61
adhārayat — assumed — SB 8.18.12
adhārayat — took up, assumed — SB 9.2.10
adrayaḥ — the mountains — SB 4.1.53, SB 10.40.13-14
adrayaḥ — and mountains — SB 10.15.8
adrayaḥ — the hills — CC Madhya 24.206
agha-āśrayaḥ — reservoir of all vices — SB 3.12.26
āghrāya — smelling — SB 10.33.11, SB 10.65.20
āghrāya — having smelled — SB 10.60.42
āghrāya — scenting — SB 11.30.41
agra-daṁṣṭrayā — by the tip of His tusk — SB 3.18.2
āgrayaṇaiḥ — with performances of the Vedic sacrifice for tasting the first grains of the new harvest — SB 10.20.48
aguṇa-āśrayaḥ — transcendental — SB 1.18.50
aguṇa-āśrayam — the reservoir of all transcendental qualities — SB 8.8.23
airayan — were spreading — SB 3.19.18
ajita-āśrayaḥ — protected by the invincible Lord — SB 1.10.3
akārayat — caused to create — SB 4.17.32
akārayat — he had done — SB 10.53.7
akūpārāya — in the form of a tortoise — SB 5.18.30
akūpārāya — to the tortoise — SB 10.40.17-18
alāta-cakra-prāya — exactly like a wheel of fire — CC Madhya 20.393
amaṅgala-prāyān — merged into misfortune — SB 8.5.19-20
amantrayan — deliberated on how to stop the continuous disturbances in Mahāvana — SB 10.11.21
amārayat — killed — SB 4.13.41
amārayat — He killed him — SB 10.37.32
ambarāya — whose garment — SB 10.14.1
ambudhārāyām — in the womb of the mother, Ambudhārā — SB 8.13.20
amūrttarayaḥ — Amūrttaraya — SB 2.7.43-45
amūtrayan — passed urine — SB 4.5.15
anapāśrayaḥ — without motivation (You do not become the master with motivation) — SB 7.10.6
anapāśrayaḥ — without depending on anything — SB 7.13.3
anasthi-prāyāṇām — having very small seeds — SB 5.16.19