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Word for Word Index

āra tina artha
another three imports — CC Madhya 24.220
tina artha
three imports — CC Madhya 24.283
tina añjali
three palmfuls — CC Antya 16.46
tina aṁśe
in three parts — CC Madhya 6.158
tina-aṅga-bhaṅge
with three bends in the body — CC Madhya 14.190
tina bheda
three divisions. — CC Madhya 14.151
tina bheda haya
there are three different groups — CC Madhya 24.108
ei tina-bhede
and there is a third division — CC Madhya 14.143
tina bhede
in three varieties — CC Madhya 24.155
tina bhoga
three divisions of bhogaCC Madhya 3.66
the three separate offerings — CC Antya 2.62
tina mudrāra bhoṭa
a woolen blanket costing three gold coins — CC Madhya 20.92
e-tina bhuvane
within these three worlds. — CC Antya 6.104
tina bhāi
three brothers — CC Ādi 10.115, CC Ādi 11.43, CC Antya 4.35, CC Antya 6.26
govinda-ādi tina bhāi
Govinda and his two brothers — CC Madhya 16.16-17
tina bhāira
of the three brothers — CC Madhya 11.88
tina-bhāve
in three different moods — CC Ādi 5.135
tina bojhāri
three carriers — CC Antya 10.38
tina-bāra
thrice — CC Ādi 14.37, CC Madhya 17.66
three times — CC Madhya 25.114
kahe tina-bāra
he uttered three times. — CC Madhya 17.126
tina-bāre
three times — CC Madhya 4.172, CC Madhya 7.23, CC Madhya 17.127
tina cāpaḍa māri’
slapping three times — CC Antya 18.62
eka-dui-tina-cāri
one, two, three, four — CC Madhya 20.390
tina-cāri rāga
three or four different tunes. — CC Antya 13.128
tina-daśāya
in three conditions — CC Antya 18.77
tina-devā
three deities or demigods. — CC Antya 20.57
tina dhāma
three abodes — CC Madhya 21.92
ei tina dhāmera
of these three dhāmas, or residential places, namely Goloka Vṛndāvana-dhāma, Vaikuṇṭha-dhāma (Hari-dhāma) and Devī-dhāma (the material world) — CC Madhya 21.54
tina dina
three days — CC Ādi 17.45, CC Madhya 1.92, CC Madhya 3.38, CC Madhya 3.133, CC Madhya 11.60, CC Antya 3.209
continuously for three days — CC Madhya 3.4
for three days — CC Madhya 7.22, CC Madhya 9.176, CC Antya 3.134, CC Antya 3.162, CC Antya 3.248
dina dui-tina
for two or three days — CC Madhya 10.87
tina-dina
three days — CC Madhya 9.169, CC Antya 3.245
for three days — CC Madhya 17.151, CC Madhya 18.39
on three days — CC Antya 6.188
dui tina dina
for two or three days — CC Antya 5.110
dui-tina dina
two or three days — CC Antya 6.315
tina-dina rahiyā
staying three days. — CC Antya 3.161
tina-dina haila
for three days — CC Antya 2.115