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Word for Word Index

haya acetana
became unconscious. — CC Antya 9.10
acintya-śakti haya
is inconceivable. — CC Ādi 5.88
aiche kaiche haya
how is this possible — CC Madhya 7.15
aiche haya
is such — CC Antya 13.57
may be such — CC Antya 16.29
haya anugṛhīta
was given the mercy — CC Antya 6.161
aparādha haya
there is offense. — CC Antya 4.152
sei artha haya
that is the only meaning — CC Madhya 24.311
artha haya
there are the meanings. — CC Madhya 24.162
asta haya
the sun sets in the evening — CC Madhya 20.390
avasara nāhi haya
there was little time — CC Madhya 15.80
dui bheda haya
there are two kinds. — CC Madhya 24.154
tina bheda haya
there are three different groups — CC Madhya 24.108
bhrama haya
there is illusion — CC Madhya 17.55
bhāla haya
is right — CC Madhya 12.35
mahā-bhāva haya
there is mahā-bhāva.CC Madhya 14.175
brahmā haya
becomes Lord Brahmā. — CC Madhya 20.305
bākī haya
balance is due — CC Antya 9.48
haya camatkāre
becomes astonished. — CC Madhya 17.101
candra haya
are like the moon — CC Madhya 21.125
cinite mana haya
I desire to know — CC Madhya 11.72
citta haya
there is a desire — CC Madhya 2.89
daṇḍa haya
there is punishment — CC Madhya 6.264-265
dehārāmī haya
are within the category of the bodily concept of life — CC Madhya 24.216
dharma-hāni haya
that is a religious discrepancy — CC Madhya 20.92
haya dhīrā
are very sober — CC Madhya 14.143
dhṛta-haya
controlling the horses — ŚB 1.9.39
haya duḥkhī
becomes unhappy — CC Antya 20.53
haya dāsī
become maidservants — CC Antya 15.71
eho haya
this is all right — CC Madhya 8.68, CC Madhya 8.71, CC Madhya 8.191
this is also right — CC Madhya 8.74
ei haya
this is — CC Madhya 7.72, CC Madhya 9.256
ei-mata haya
is like this. — CC Madhya 16.185
ei nā haya āścarya
this is not wonderful for you — CC Madhya 24.272
eka pāśa haya
stand to one side. — CC Madhya 17.27
eka haya
there is one topic — CC Madhya 8.192
sat-gati se haya
he must have achieved liberation — CC Antya 2.159
nā haya gaṇana
not actually countable. — CC Madhya 20.348
nā haya gaṇane
there was no counting. — CC Antya 6.66
nā haya gocara
is not possible to be understood. — CC Antya 5.75