Synonyms Index

akhila-vitta-pā — I am the possessor of unlimited opulence and wealth — SB 10.8.42
akiñcana-vittāya — unto the property of the materially impoverished — SB 1.8.27
akiñcana-vittāya — unto the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who is the only asset of persons who have no material possessions — SB 5.19.11
ātma-vittamāḥ — all of you are most perfect in knowledge of the science of the self — SB 11.5.1
brahma-vittamaḥ — a learned scholar in spiritual science — SB 9.15.10
gṛha-vitta — all household possessions — CC Antya 3.139
hṛta-vittaḥ — one whose wealth is lost — SB 3.30.32
kṣīṇa-vittaḥ — having lost his wealth — SB 11.23.37
naṣṭa-vittaḥ — one who has lost his fortune — SB 3.27.15
nija-gupta-vittam — His own personal confidential property — CC Madhya 23.1
para-vitta-apatya-kalatrāṇi — the money, wife and children of another — SB 5.26.8
para-vitta-hartuḥ — of one who steals the money of others by cheating or by transactions on the black market — SB 7.6.15
pātra-vittamaiḥ — who are expert in finding the actual person to whom charity must be given — SB 7.14.34
putra-vitta — children and wealth — SB 7.7.4-5
vitta — money — SB 4.2.26
vitta — bank balance — SB 5.18.10
vitta — material opulences — SB 9.23.26
vitta — for wealth — SB 10.84.38
vitta — of the wealth — SB 10.85.37
vitta — for money — SB 11.8.27
vitta — prosperity — SB 11.8.31
vitta — and money — SB 11.17.56
vitta-bādha — by scarcity of money — SB 5.13.13
vitta-graham — as a money-grabbing ghost — SB 5.26.36
vitta-hīnāḥ — lacking wealth — SB 12.3.31
vitta-īśaḥ — the lord of the treasury of the demigods — Bg 10.23
vitta-lobhena — for being allured by greed for money — SB 8.20.3
vitta-pa — of the owner of riches, Kuvera, the treasurer of the heavenly planets — SB 5.10.17
vitta-śāṭhya — miserly mentality (not spending sufficient money) — SB 8.16.51-52
vitta-śāṭhyāt — because of cheating one another merely for money — SB 5.13.11
vitta-śāṭhyāt — because of cheating — SB 5.14.26
vitta-śāṭhyena — by means of cheating someone of his wealth — SB 5.14.35
vitta-vān — one who is sufficiently rich — SB 7.14.19
vitta-vān — who has money — SB 11.8.25-26
vitta-vataḥ — possessing money — SB 11.8.24
vitta-vatām — for persons who possess considerable wealth — SB 7.13.16-17
vitta-vyatiṣaṅga — by monetary transactions — SB 5.13.13
vitta-vyatiṣaṅga — because of monetary transactions — SB 5.14.37
vittaḥ — his treasury — SB 4.16.10
vittaḥ — the treasure — CC Antya 14.41
vittaiḥ — and by wealth — SB 5.5.8
vittaiḥ — with valuable gifts — SB 10.45.15-16
vittaiḥ — material opulence — SB 11.8.16
vittam — all property — SB 7.14.7
vittam — achievement — SB 8.19.27
vittam — his accumulated wealth — SB 8.19.37
vittam — wealth — SB 9.4.65, SB 10.49.22, SB 11.11.19, SB 12.2.2
vittam — the valuables — SB 10.50.40