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Word for Word Index

acetana-vat
almost unconscious — CC Madhya 14.134
alaṅkāra-vat
with ornaments (metaphors, similes, etc.) — CC Ādi 16.71
avikāra-vat
without change. — CC Madhya 24.72
sva-citta-vat
like His own heart — CC Madhya 12.1
daṇḍa-vat
like a rod — ŚB 4.1.24, CC Madhya 8.19
like a stick — ŚB 6.4.40, ŚB 6.9.29-30, ŚB 6.19.10, CC Madhya 3.140
flat like rods — CC Madhya 10.48
like rods — CC Madhya 19.46
daṇḍa-vat hailā
fell flat to offer obeisances — CC Madhya 10.118
paḍe daṇḍa-vat hañā
falls down flat like a rod. — CC Madhya 24.271
duḥkha-vat
exactly like unhappiness or distress — CC Madhya 24.169
dviṣat-vat
like an enemy — CC Madhya 10.145
rāmāḥ iti-vat
in this way, by one rāma, many rāmas are indicated. — CC Madhya 24.151
mala-vat
like stool — ŚB 5.14.43, CC Madhya 23.25, CC Antya 6.137
punar-ukta-vat
of repetition of the same word — CC Ādi 16.73
pūrva-vat
as before — ŚB 3.9.22, ŚB 5.10.6, CC Antya 8.83, CC Antya 15.58, CC Antya 15.59
as previously — ŚB 6.19.22, ŚB 10.22.7, ŚB 12.9.34, CC Madhya 8.8, CC Madhya 8.10, CC Madhya 14.245, CC Madhya 20.348, CC Madhya 25.223, CC Antya 7.3, CC Antya 7.72, CC Antya 10.104, CC Antya 10.104, CC Antya 10.105, CC Antya 12.42, CC Antya 12.43, CC Antya 12.61, CC Antya 12.61, CC Antya 13.119, CC Antya 16.4, CC Antya 18.8
as done previously — CC Madhya 9.7-8
as in the previous year — CC Madhya 16.48, CC Madhya 16.49, CC Madhya 16.54, CC Madhya 16.69
as mentioned above — CC Madhya 24.162
as formerly — CC Antya 6.242
unmattaka-vat
like those who have become mad — CC Madhya 25.130
unmāda-vat
like a madman — ŚB 11.2.40, CC Ādi 7.94, CC Madhya 9.262, CC Madhya 23.41, CC Madhya 25.141, CC Antya 3.179
vat
like — ŚB 1.19.1, ŚB 4.9.20-21, ŚB 4.22.39, ŚB 4.29.54, ŚB 4.29.54, ŚB 4.29.54, ŚB 5.5.29, ŚB 6.17.30, ŚB 7.15.63, ŚB 8.6.20, ŚB 10.45.22, ŚB 10.57.6, ŚB 10.76.22, ŚB 10.87.31, ŚB 12.5.3, CC Madhya 22.163, CC Madhya 22.163
as if — ŚB 10.34.25, ŚB 10.57.6, ŚB 10.70.47, ŚB 10.75.37, CC Madhya 14.197
ākāśa-vat
like the sky — ŚB 10.30.4, CC Madhya 25.130