Skip to main content

Word for Word Index

itara-itara artha
different and separate meanings — CC Madhya 24.148
itara-bhāgaḥ
the other end — ŚB 5.21.13
itara-itarāt
and many other disturbances — ŚB 3.9.8
itara
other than the householders — ŚB 3.14.20
sura-itara
other than godly persons — ŚB 2.7.26
demoniac — ŚB 3.16.26
of the opponents of the demigods — ŚB 10.48.24
itara-vat
like an ordinary person — ŚB 5.3.9
like others — ŚB 5.8.27
kuśala-itara
sin — ŚB 3.30.31
itara
and other — ŚB 7.8.19-22
who are insignificant in their identities — ŚB 8.5.31
other — ŚB 10.31.14, CC Antya 16.119
other than — ŚB 10.42.5
ordinary — CC Madhya 2.85
sura-itara-kule
in a family of atheists or demons (who are subordinate to the devotees) — ŚB 7.9.26
itara-itaram
each other — ŚB 10.72.34
one another — ŚB 10.77.5
itara-māyā
inferior mystic potency — ŚB 10.13.45
itara-itara
with one another’s — ŚB 10.56.24
with one another — ŚB 10.73.12-13
itara-itarataḥ
confronting one another on opposite sides — ŚB 11.1.2
itara jana
a common man — CC Antya 8.93
itara-lokera
of common men — CC Antya 14.82
itara-rāga-vismāraṇam
which causes forgetfulness of all other attachment — CC Antya 16.117
na itarā
not the other — ŚB 4.8.8
itarā
anything but bhagavad-bhaktiŚB 8.16.21