Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: adayah

  adayah—and others    SB 1.9.2, SB 3.1.35, SB 3.10.25, SB 3.10.28-29, SB 3.11.30, SB 4.12.25, SB 7.2.4-5, SB 8.1.4, SB 8.1.20, SB 8.5.3 (and more...)
  adayah—and so on    SB 3.26.56, SB 3.30.13, SB 3.30.34, SB 5.16.25, SB 5.16.26, SB 5.24.13, SB 5.24.31, SB 7.7.44, SB 7.13.34, SB 8.5.2 (and more...)
  adayah—and so on.    SB 5.14.27, SB 6.3.19, SB 8.13.28
  adayah—headed by    SB 1.14.28-29, SB 8.7.14
  adayah—etc.    SB 1.14.31, SB 4.12.31
  adayah—others    SB 1.2.19
  adayah—and such others    SB 1.9.8
  adayah—others.    SB 1.9.8
  adayah—and other creatures    SB 3.31.27
  adayah—all these together    SB 5.6.5
  adayah—all of them surrounding Lord Indra.    SB 8.10.26
  adayah—such persons    SB 8.13.27
  sanaka-adayah—headed by Sanaka    SB 3.15.12, SB 4.19.6, SB 4.29.42-44
  ahimsa-adayah—nonviolence and others    Madhya 22.147, Madhya 24.273
  brahma-adayah—Brahma and others    SB 4.1.54-55, SB 4.4.16
  brahma-adayah—beginning from Lord Brahma    SB 6.9.21, SB 7.8.7
  indra-adayah—and the demigods headed by Indra    SB 6.13.2, SB 8.10.53
  khasa-adayah—Khasas and others    Madhya 24.179, Madhya 24.209
  manu-adayah—the Manus and others    SB 8.14.1, SB 8.14.3
  mrga-adayah—and animals    SB 10.13.60, Madhya 17.39
  nanda-adayah—headed by Nanda Maharaja    SB 10.6.31, SB 10.11.1
  nanda-adayah—the cowherd men, headed by Nanda Maharaja    SB 10.11.21, SB 10.11.58
  anima-adayah—eight kinds of yogic perfection (anima, laghima, etc.)    SB 9.15.17-19
  agnisvatta-adayah—headed by Agnisvatta    SB 5.26.5
  aila-adayah—headed by Aila (Pururava)    SB 9.14.1
  airavana-adayah—headed by Airavana    SB 8.8.5
  aja-adayah—Brahma and others    SB 3.19.27
  aja-adayah—the demigods, headed by Lord Brahma    SB 7.8.15
  alarka-adayah—Alarka and other sons    SB 9.17.6
  andhaka-adayah—and others, like the sons of Andhaka    SB 3.3.25
  aruna-adayah—a special rank of rajarsis    SB 1.19.11
  aruna-adayah—headed by Aruna.    SB 8.13.25
  asmat-adayah—persons like us    SB 2.6.38
  asmat-adayah—including ourselves (Narada and others also glorified Hiranyakasipu)    SB 7.4.14
  asura-adayah—as well as the demons    SB 5.18.22
  asura-adayah—demons and others    SB 8.5.21
  bhutaraya-adayah—headed by the Bhutarayas    SB 8.5.3
  bhuh-adayah—the three worlds, Bhuh, Bhuvah and Svah    SB 3.11.29
  bhuh-adayah—Bhuh, Bhuvah and Svah, the three lokas    SB 8.24.7
  bhrgu-adayah—headed by Bhrgu    SB 4.14.1
  bhrgu-adayah—the great sages headed by Bhrgu    SB 6.3.14-15
  brahma-indra-girisa-adayah—headed by Lord Brahma, King Indra and Lord Siva    SB 7.8.37-39
  brahma-adayah—demigods such as Brahma    SB 1.16.32-33
  brahma-adayah—demigods like Brahma    SB 3.14.29
  brahma-adayah—Lord Brahma, etc.    SB 4.7.30
  brahma-adayah—the demigods, beginning from Lord Brahma    SB 7.5.13
  brahma-adayah—headed by Lord Brahma    SB 7.9.8
  brahma-adayah—the demigods, headed by Lord Brahma    SB 7.9.13
  brahma-adayah—the great demigods, headed by Lord Brahma    SB 8.3.22-24
  brahma-adayah—even such persons as Lord Brahma    SB 8.7.34
  brahma-adayah—great personalities, headed by Lord Brahma    SB 8.21.5
  brahma-adayah—great personalities like Lord Brahma    SB 8.23.7
  brahma-adayah—the demigods, beginning with Brahma, Siva, Indra and Candra    SB 8.3.30
  brahmana-adayah—brahmanas, ksatriyas and vaisyas    SB 5.26.24
  sabda-adayah—sound and so on    SB 6.15.21-23
  sasa-adayah—rabbits and others    SB 8.2.22
  caidya-adayah—Sisupala and others    SB 7.1.31
  caidya-adayah—Sisupala, Dantavakra and others    SB 7.10.40
  sakti-adayah—sons headed by Sakti    SB 4.1.41
  sarva-adayah—great demigods like Lord Mahadeva    SB 6.15.28
  saunaka-adayah—headed by the sage Saunaka    SB 1.1.4
  sila-adayah—high character, etc.    SB 4.12.47
  syena-adayah—birds such as the big eagle    SB 5.23.3
  daksa-adayah—Daksa, Marici, Manu, etc.    SB 2.6.43-45
  daksa-adayah—headed by King Daksa    SB 4.29.42-44
  daksa-adayah—beginning with Daksa    SB 5.5.21-22
  daksa-adayah—headed by Maharaja Daksa    SB 8.6.15
  dandasuka-adayah—headed by the dandasuka snakes    SB 6.6.28
  dharma-adayah—all four principles of religious behavior    SB 1.5.9
  dharma-adayah—the three principles of material advancement, namely religion, economic development and sense gratification    SB 7.6.25
  dhrstadyumna-adayah—headed by Dhrstadyumna    SB 9.22.3
  dhrtadeva-adayah—headed by Dhrtadeva    SB 9.24.21-23
  diti-ja-danu-ja-adayah—the demoniac sons of Diti, and the Danavas, another type of demon    SB 6.9.40
  dravinaka-adayah—known as Dravinaka and so on.    SB 6.6.13
  dara-apatya-adayah—beginning with the wife and children    SB 5.14.3
  evam adayah—even other such conceptions of life    SB 7.15.43-44
  gada-adayah—sons headed by Gada    SB 9.24.52
  gana-adayah—and people in general    SB 4.13.48
  ganga-adayah—like the Ganges, Yamuna, Narmada and Kaveri    SB 7.14.29
  graha-adayah—the different planets    SB 5.23.3
  guhyaka-adayah—the Yaksas, etc.    SB 4.19.5
  harita-adayah—headed by the Haritas    SB 8.13.28
  harsa-soka-bhaya-adayah—the sons named Harsa, Soka, Bhaya and so on.    SB 6.6.10-11
  ijya-adayah—sacrifices    SB 8.5.15-16
  indra-adayah—demigods headed by the heavenly king, Indra    SB 2.1.29
  janaka-adayah—kings like Janaka and others    Bg 3.20
  jyotirdhama-adayah—headed by the celebrated Jyotirdhama    SB 8.1.28
  khasa-adayah—the Mongolian province    SB 2.4.18
  ksatriya-adayah—other divisions of society, headed by the ksatriyas.    SB 4.22.46
  manimat-mada-adayah—Maniman, Mada, etc.    SB 4.4.4
  mahat-adayah—the five elements, the senses and the sense objects    SB 7.9.49
  makara-adayah—the alligator and others.    SB 3.10.24
  makara-adayah—dangerous aquatics like sharks    SB 8.24.24
  malaya-adayah—and others, like Malayacala    SB 7.14.30-33
  manuja-adayah—the human beings and so on.    SB 6.14.3
  marici-adayah—great sages headed by Marici    SB 3.20.10
  marici-adayah—Marici and the great sages    SB 4.7.43
  martya-adayah—the human beings and others    SB 8.12.10
  matsya-suta-adayah—the daughter of a fisherman (Satyavati, Bhisma's stepmother)    SB 1.10.9-10
  mudgala-adayah—headed by Mudgala    SB 9.21.31-33
  matrka-adayah—and evil women like Matrka    SB 10.6.27-29
  nanda-adayah—Nanda Maharaja and his companions    SB 10.5.32
  nanda-adayah ca—and the men, headed by Nanda Maharaja    SB 10.7.8
  nara-adayah—human beings and others.    SB 1.3.5
  nila-adayah—the mountains headed by Nila    SB 5.16.9
  nivatakavaca-adayah—Nivatakavaca and other demons    SB 8.10.19-24
  prasama-prasita-adayah—Prasama, Prasita and other sons.    SB 9.24.50
  pramada-adayah—headed by Pramada    SB 8.1.24
  pratihartr-adayah trayah—the three sons Pratiharta, Prastota and Udgata    SB 5.15.5
  priyamedha-adayah—headed by Priyamedha    SB 9.21.21
  purusa-paricarya-adayah—worshiping the Supreme Personality of Godhead and performing other duties    SB 5.8.8
  prthu-adayah—King Prthu and others    SB 4.18.27
  rama-adayah—headed by Balarama    SB 10.11.53
  rama-adayah arbhakah—all the other boys, headed by Balarama    SB 10.11.49
  ravana-adayah—headed by great Raksasas like Ravana    SB 9.6.33-34
  sananda-adayah—the four brahmacaris headed by Sanandana    SB 4.9.30
  sanandana-adayah—Sanandana and the others    SB 7.1.36
  santardana-adayah—headed by Santardana    SB 9.24.38
  satya-adayah—queens headed by Satyabhama    SB 1.14.37
  satyadharma-adayah—Satyadharma and others    SB 8.13.24
  saubhaga-adayah—sons beginning with Saubhaga.    SB 6.18.8
  soma-adayah—headed by the moon    SB 5.21.11
  sunanda-kumuda-adayah—headed by Sunanda and Kumuda    SB 7.8.37-39
  suparna-adayah—and other birds    SB 5.24.6
  sura-gana-adayah—the demigods and others    SB 4.7.22
  sura-adayah—the demigods and others.    SB 3.6.27
  sura-adayah—the groups of demigods    SB 7.9.1
  sura-adayah—all the demigods    SB 8.6.15
  suta-adayah—children    SB 1.10.29
  suta-adayah—children and so on    SB 7.7.39
  sukara-adayah—the boar and other forms    SB 3.33.5
  tarsa-adayah—named Tarsa and so on    SB 6.6.13
  tusita-adayah—Tusita and others    SB 8.1.20
  uddhava-adayah—Uddhava and others    SB 1.14.32-33
  uddhava-adayah—headed by Sri Uddhava    Adi 4.163
  uddhava-adayah—all devotees, headed by Uddhava    Madhya 8.216
  vainya-gaya-adayah—Maharaja Prthu, Maharaja Gaya and others    SB 8.19.23
  vairocana-adayah—and Maharaja Bali (the son of Virocana) and others    SB 8.6.34
  varuna-adayah—Varuna and other demigods    SB 8.5.17-18
  varuna-adayah—the demigod known as Varuna and others    SB 8.11.42
  vasumat-adayah—many, headed by Vasuman    SB 9.15.12-13
  vata-adayah—and other birds    SB 5.26.35
  viraka-adayah—Viraka and others.    SB 8.5.8
  vibudha-adayah—the great demigods    SB 5.16.20-21
  visakha-adayah—headed by Visakha    SB 6.6.14
  vidya-adayah—knowledge and ignorance, etc.    SB 4.9.16
  vidyadhara-adayah—the inhabitants of Vidyadhara-loka, and so on.    SB 4.18.19
  vipra-adayah—brahmanas and so on    Madhya 22.27
  vipra-adayah—brahmanas, etc.    Madhya 22.111
  vyaghra-adayah—ferocious animals like tigers    SB 8.2.21
  varta-adayah—activities like occupational or professional duties    SB 7.15.29
  vasava-adayah—the demigods, headed by King Indra.    SB 7.7.3
  yajna-adayah—the Lordís incarnation known as Yajna and others    SB 8.14.3
  abharana-adayah—carrying ornaments and so on    SB 5.16.24
  asrama-adayah—places of shelter like Citrakuta    SB 7.14.30-33
  adayah ca—and the bachelors (Sanat-kumara and his brothers)    SB 2.6.43-45
  apya-adayah—the Apyas and others    SB 8.5.8
  atmabhu-adayah—Brahma, etc.    SB 4.7.24

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