Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: agni

  agni—fire    SB 2.10.43, SB 3.14.9, SB 4.24.63, SB 4.30.45, SB 6.9.21, SB 7.5.43-44, SB 7.12.20, SB 7.12.21, SB 7.14.17, SB 10.8.25 (and more...)
  agni—the fire    SB 3.8.31, SB 7.12.20, Adi 4.97
  agni—by the fire    SB 4.13.8-9, Antya 4.64
  agni—of the demigod controlling fire    SB 5.1.25, SB 8.10.26
  agni—the fire-god    SB 6.1.56-57, Madhya 9.206
  agni—of Agni, the fire-god    SB 3.21.51
  agni—of fire    SB 5.10.17
  agni—by fire    SB 5.26.14
  agni—the fire (by a fire sacrifice)    SB 7.12.2
  agni—fire coming out    SB 8.7.14
  agni—the demigod known as Agni    SB 8.11.42
  agni—in fire    Madhya 9.187
  agni—fire-god    Madhya 9.204
  agni—fire    Bg 4.19
  agni ulka—flames of fire    Adi 17.189
  agni-agare—in the sacrificial hall    SB 3.14.9
  agni-saktye—by the energy of fire    Adi 5.60
  agni-saktye—by the power of fire    Madhya 20.261
  agni-sikha iva—like the flames of a fire    SB 10.2.19
  agni-dutah—the fire-god messenger    SB 6.13.15
  agni-dah—who set fire    SB 5.26.27
  agni-hotra—of the agnihotra-yajna    SB 5.7.5
  agni-hotra-adi—ritualistic ceremonies such as the agni-hotra-yajna    SB 7.15.48-49
  agni-hotra-adina—by offering sacrifices to the fire, etc.    SB 7.14.16
  agni-hotram—is Your eating through Your sacrificial fire.    SB 3.13.36
  agni-hotram—the sacred fire ceremony    SB 4.7.45
  agni-hotre—in the fire sacrifice.    SB 5.5.23
  agni-hotrim—absolutely necessary for the production of yogurt, milk and ghee to offer as oblations in the fire    SB 8.8.2
  agni-jihvah—the demigods    SB 8.18.4
  agni-jvala-ca ya—molecular particle of fire    Madhya 20.108-109
  agni-kama—by the desire for fire    SB 5.14.7
  agni-pakvam—grains prepared by being cooked in fire    SB 7.12.18
  agni-pariksa—test by fire    Madhya 9.205
  agni-pindaih—balls heated in fire    SB 5.26.19
  agni-sama—as hot as fire    Antya 4.118
  agni-sambhavah—a partial expansion of the demigod Agni.    SB 9.13.24
  agni-sthalim—a girl produced from fire    SB 9.14.42
  agni-taptah—burned by fire    SB 5.13.6
  agni-tapa—heating by a fire    Madhya 17.66
  agni-tapat—because of the heat of fire    SB 5.10.22
  agni-varnena—resembling fire    SB 8.15.14
  agni-varnah—as brilliant as fire    SB 7.10.58
  agni-vat—a fire    SB 7.11.33-34
  agni-vat—like fire    SB 10.11.50
  agni-adeh—by setting on fire    SB 1.13.8
  agni-agare—at the place where the fire sacrifice is performed    SB 9.16.11
  anila-agni-dharanam—meditation on the fire and air.    SB 4.4.26
  astra-agni-tapena—from the heat of the fire of the Sudarsana cakra    SB 9.5.13
  bhava-agni—by the blazing fire of material existence    Madhya 16.1
  dava-agni—by a forest fire    SB 8.7.14
  dipta-agni—by the blazing fire    Madhya 19.74
  dava-agni—by the forest fire    SB 4.7.35
  jala-agni-suryaih—by severe austerities such as keeping oneself in water, in a burning fire or in the scorching sun    SB 5.12.12
  jala-agni-suryaih—by those who worship water, fire or scorching sunshine    Madhya 22.52
  jvalat-agni—(like) burning fire    SB 4.5.3
  jvalat-agni-rasi—large flame    Madhya 18.113
  mrtyoh jathara-agni-ghasan—who had all entered like straws into the fire of the abdomen of Aghasura, who was very bold and hungry, like death personified (because the asura had assumed a big body, he must have had a very strong appetite)    SB 10.12.27
  sindhu-agni-vanendau—in 1537    Antya 20.157
  vamsa-dava-agni—a forest fire set by the bamboos    SB 1.10.2
  vipra-agni—of brahmanas and fire    SB 4.2.11
  yuga-anta-agni—like the fire at the end of every millennium    SB 6.12.2

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