Synonyms Index

abhibhūyate — becomes affected — SB 4.8.34
abhibhūyate — is defeated — SB 11.14.18
abhibhūyate — will become overwhelmed — SB 11.23.61
abhidhāsyate — will be described — SB 6.18.17
abhidhīyate — is indicated — Bg 17.26-27
abhidhīyate — is said — Bg 18.11
abhidhīyate — is known — SB 3.29.37
abhidhīyate — is understood — SB 4.29.74
abhidhīyate — each is described — SB 11.16.41
abhidhīyate — is designated — SB 12.11.21
abhijāyate — becomes manifest — Bg 2.62
abhijāyate — takes his birth — Bg 6.41, Bg 13.24
abhijāyate — takes birth — SB 4.29.26-27, SB 6.15.7
abhilabhyate — are attained — SB 11.5.36
abhilabhyate — are achieved — CC Madhya 20.347
abhimanyate — he thinks — SB 3.27.2
abhipadyate — undergoes thereof — SB 1.7.5
abhipadyate — are obtained — SB 10.24.13
abhipadyate — achieves — SB 11.19.25
abhīyate — His presence is surmised — SB 10.38.11
abhyudayate — manifests — CC Madhya 2.74
adhigamyate — is followed — SB 2.9.18
adhigamyate — become relished — SB 2.10.18
adhyavasīyate — become manifested — SB 2.10.7
adhyeṣyate — will study — Bg 18.70
ajyate — is affected — SB 3.27.1, SB 4.20.8, SB 5.17.19
ajyate — becomes entangled — SB 4.11.25
ajyate — are entangled — SB 11.6.8
ākhyāsyate — will be called — SB 10.8.12
ākramyate — occupies — SB 10.68.35
ālakṣyate — was visible — SB 10.39.36
ananta-śayyāte — on Lord Ananta as a bed — CC Adi 5.100-101
anubhūyate — is experienced — SB 6.15.21-23
anubuddhyate — is understood — SB 3.32.31
anudṛśyate — is seen — SB 10.68.54
anugīyate — are sung — SB 12.12.50
anukāryate — imitates — SB 4.29.17
anukāryate — is made to imitate — SB 11.22.53
anumīyate — is measured — SB 2.8.12
anumīyate — can be imagined — SB 4.29.63
anumīyate — is perceived — SB 5.22.12
anumīyate — it is inferred — SB 6.1.46
anumīyate — becomes manifested — SB 10.2.35
anumīyate — one can guess — CC Antya 1.91
anurajyate — is becoming attached — Bg 11.36
anurasyate — is relished — CC Madhya 23.100
anusmaryate — is always remembered — SB 4.30.28
anuvarṇyate — is elaborately described — SB 12.5.1
anuvarṇyate — is fittingly described — SB 12.6.4