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Word for Word Index

aiśvarya nā jāne
he does not know opulence — CC Madhya 14.217
nāhi jāne anya
do not know anything else. — CC Ādi 5.229
ayācaka-jane
a person who does not beg — CC Madhya 4.29
diyā bahu-jane
carried by many persons. — CC Madhya 16.124
bahu-jane
unto many persons — CC Antya 4.171
saba bhakta-jane
in the lives of all devotees — CC Madhya 19.217
bhāla jāne
knows very well how — CC Antya 5.82
daśa-biśa jane
enough for ten to twenty men — CC Madhya 24.267
pāṅca-chaya jane
five or six men. — CC Madhya 16.276
cāri jane
to these four persons — CC Madhya 13.35
cāri-jane
four persons — CC Madhya 10.67
sei daśa jane
those ten men — CC Antya 6.181
daṇḍya-jane
a criminal — CC Madhya 20.118
dui-jane
two persons — CC Ādi 10.23, CC Madhya 10.120, CC Madhya 12.196, CC Antya 8.32
both the brāhmaṇasCC Madhya 5.34
both of them — CC Madhya 5.35, CC Madhya 6.228, CC Madhya 9.302, CC Madhya 11.187, CC Antya 2.52
both of us — CC Madhya 8.298
those two persons — CC Madhya 12.188
unto the two — CC Madhya 15.133
the two persons — CC Madhya 16.147, CC Madhya 20.53
the two brothers. — CC Madhya 16.221
two persons. — CC Madhya 17.98
both. — CC Madhya 19.49
both of you. — CC Madhya 24.262
two young girls — CC Antya 5.22
two girls — CC Antya 5.25
between the two. — CC Antya 7.143
dui jane
unto the two persons — CC Madhya 1.218
unto the two personalities — CC Madhya 3.102
the two persons, namely Mukunda and Haridāsa — CC Madhya 3.107
both of them — CC Madhya 8.233, CC Madhya 9.321, CC Madhya 9.329, CC Madhya 11.16, CC Madhya 11.171, CC Madhya 11.179, CC Antya 6.195, CC Antya 14.56
both the persons — CC Madhya 9.293
the two of them — CC Madhya 9.328
both persons — CC Madhya 10.121
two persons. — CC Madhya 14.80
between the two of them — CC Madhya 19.62
to two persons, Śrīla Rūpa Gosvāmī and Haridāsa Ṭhākura. — CC Antya 1.59
sei dui jane
to those two persons — CC Madhya 11.120-121
sei dui-jane
to those two persons — CC Madhya 11.123
dui-dui jane
forming a party of two men — CC Madhya 14.78