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Word for Word Index

caudda-hāta
fourteen cubits (about twenty-one feet) long — CC Antya 13.123
hāta pāṅca-chaya
five to six cubits (one cubit equals about a foot and a half) — CC Antya 14.64
hāta dhari’
catching the hand — CC Madhya 20.54
sanātana-hāta dhari’
catching the hand of Sanātana Gosvāmī — CC Madhya 21.111
hāta dila
brushed his hand — CC Madhya 15.81
hāta dite
touch with the hand. — CC Madhya 14.172
hāta diyā
touching with the hand — CC Madhya 12.128
touching your hand — CC Madhya 15.83
dui hāta
two hands — CC Madhya 13.76
hāta-gaṇitā
an expert in palmistry — CC Madhya 20.18
hāta haite
from their hands — CC Madhya 9.232
yoḍa-hāta hañā
with folded hands — CC Madhya 14.6
hāta-lajjāḥ
shameless. — ŚB 8.7.33
hāta
hand — CC Ādi 3.42, CC Madhya 20.133
hand. — CC Madhya 1.279, CC Antya 16.81, CC Antya 16.83
hands — CC Madhya 13.86, CC Madhya 19.52
cubits (one cubit approximately equals a foot and a half) — CC Antya 18.52
cubits. — CC Antya 18.52
yoḍa hāta
folded hands — CC Madhya 3.213
vaṁśera hāta
in the hands of the descendants. — CC Madhya 15.100
yoḍa-hāta kari’
with folded hands — CC Madhya 15.186
yoḍa kari’ hāta
folding the hands — CC Madhya 14.212
tina tina-hāta
three cubits — CC Antya 14.65-66