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jāta-ajāta-rati-bhede
by distinction of mature love and immature love — CC Madhya 24.288
by distinction of mature love and immature love — CC Madhya 24.288
jāta-anurāgāḥ
experiencing a great longing or attraction — ŚB 10.13.33
experiencing a great longing or attraction — ŚB 10.13.33
jāta-anutāpāḥ
feeling remorse — ŚB 10.19.3
feeling remorse — ŚB 10.19.3
jāta-rati sādhaka-bhakta
devotees who have become mature by devotional service — CC Madhya 24.290
devotees who have become mature by devotional service — CC Madhya 24.290
jāta-bhāvaḥ
struck with fondness — ŚB 3.23.36-37
struck with fondness — ŚB 3.23.36-37
jāta-kampam ca
as they were very nicely moving and quivering — ŚB 10.9.3
as they were very nicely moving and quivering — ŚB 10.9.3
jāta-harṣaḥ
naturally jubilant — ŚB 3.21.12
becoming joyful — ŚB 10.35.12-13
naturally jubilant — ŚB 3.21.12
becoming joyful — ŚB 10.35.12-13
jāta-hāsāḥ
beginning to laugh — ŚB 10.22.12
beginning to laugh — ŚB 10.22.12
jāta-hṛt-śayāḥ
their hearts being filled with lust to enjoy Her. — ŚB 8.9.2
their hearts being filled with lust to enjoy Her. — ŚB 8.9.2
jāta-vedasam
a fire covered by ashes in Vedic ritualistic ceremonies — ŚB 5.10.5
jāta-vedaḥ
from which all the devotee’s desires are fulfilled — ŚB 5.7.14
O fire-god — ŚB 5.20.17
jāta-vairāgyaḥ
detachment is born — ŚB 3.27.27
jāta-virāgāya
to him who has developed detachment — ŚB 3.32.42
jāta-vepathuḥ
shaking. — ŚB 4.4.2
su-jāta
ultimately beautiful — ŚB 4.24.45-46
very fine — ŚB 10.31.19
jāta-virāgaḥ
having developed distaste — ŚB 3.25.26
jāta-snehaḥ
became compassionate — ŚB 3.25.31
jāta-kṣobhāt
the equilibrium was agitated — ŚB 3.20.12
jāta-spṛhaḥ
became sexually inclined — ŚB 9.6.39-40
jāta-pakṣaḥ
one that has grown its wings — ŚB 9.19.24
jāta-mātrām
the newborn child — ŚB 10.4.8
jāta-karma
the festival for the birth of the child — ŚB 10.5.1-2
the auspicious ceremony at the time of birth — CC Ādi 13.108
jāta-matsarāḥ
envious — ŚB 8.8.39-40
jāta-sādhvasaḥ
becoming afraid — ŚB 9.3.8
jāta-manyavaḥ
aggravated by usual anger. — ŚB 8.21.14
jāta-sunirvedaḥ
(Ajāmila) who had become detached from the material conception of life — ŚB 6.2.39