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Word for Word Index

a-śarīra-vāk
a voice coming from someone whose body was invisible — ŚB 10.1.34
a vibration without a body — ŚB 10.1.54
amogha-vāk
completely free from useless conversation. — ŚB 11.10.6
vāk-amṛta
by the words of nectar — ŚB 12.10.27
vāk-mātreṇa api
even by words — ŚB 11.23.7
asaṁyata-vāk
without being grave — ŚB 6.18.50
baddha-vāk
stopped talking — ŚB 1.15.43
deha-vāk-buddhi-jam
performed by the body, words and intelligence — ŚB 6.1.13-14
vāk-bāṇaiḥ
by the arrows of harsh words — ŚB 4.9.29
vāk-devyā
by the goddess of learning — CC Ādi 16.3
vāk-manaḥ-gamya
within the reach of words and mind — CC Madhya 21.26
manaḥ-vāk-kāya-vṛttibhiḥ
by the functions of one’s mind, words and body. — ŚB 11.29.19
vāk-manasī
the speech and mind — ŚB 11.16.43
manaḥ-vāk
by her mind and words — ŚB 9.18.47
tanu-vāk-manobhiḥ
by the body, words and mind — CC Madhya 8.67
vāk-mayam
of the voice — Bg. 17.15
sarva-vāk-mayaḥ
consisting of all Vedic mantrasŚB 9.14.48
vāk-maye
in its form of language (the Vedas) — ŚB 10.63.34
mita-vāk
talking with great care not to speak nonsense — ŚB 6.1.56-57
vāk-patim
Bṛhaspati, the master of eloquence. — ŚB 12.6.28
ramya-vāk
having charming speech — CC Madhya 23.87-91
satya-vāk
always truthful — ŚB 6.1.56-57
being true to his word. — ŚB 8.22.29-30
vāk-sāyakaiḥ
by the arrows of strong words — ŚB 9.14.30
vāk-tantyām
in the network of Vedic hymns — ŚB 1.13.42
tat-vāk
of his words — ŚB 7.13.20
vāk-vajrāḥ
whose words are as strong as a thunderbolt — ŚB 4.13.19-20
vāk-śaraiḥ
by the harsh words — ŚB 4.12.42
śānta-vāk
in silence — ŚB 4.4.24
yata-vāk
controlling the force of talking — ŚB 4.8.56
fully controlled of words — ŚB 4.28.19
without talking, being silent — ŚB 7.12.2
maintaining silence — ŚB 10.53.40-41
observing silence — ŚB 11.17.26
vāk-yataḥ
controlling speech — ŚB 3.14.32, ŚB 6.19.24
keeping oneself silent — ŚB 6.8.4-6
controlling the mind and words — ŚB 6.17.41
remaining silent — ŚB 11.17.24
without speaking — ŚB 11.18.19
with controlled speech — ŚB 12.8.7-11