Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: ani

  āni—bringing    Adi 8.76, Adi 9.9, Adi 17.116, Madhya 3.68, Madhya 3.104, Madhya 4.37, Madhya 4.81, Madhya 4.205, Madhya 5.85, Madhya 5.124 (and more...)
  āni—bringing.    Madhya 4.74, Madhya 4.99, Madhya 14.208, Madhya 15.122, Antya 5.77
  āni—bringing back    Madhya 9.210, Madhya 16.228
  ani—bringing    Antya 6.175
  āni—inviting them    Adi 14.20
  āni—I can bring    Adi 14.32
  āni—bringing from somewhere    Adi 14.46
  āni—bringing them.    Adi 17.132
  āni—collecting    Madhya 1.33
  āni—calling her    Madhya 1.233
  āni—taking them    Madhya 3.16
  āni—inviting    Madhya 14.44
  āni—calling    Madhya 16.4
  āni—bringing together    Antya 4.218
  āni—accepting    Antya 7.114
  āni—brought.    Antya 18.106
  jala āni—bringing water    Madhya 12.101, Madhya 24.275
  śuṣka-kāṣṭha āni—collecting dry wood from the forest    Madhya 25.204
  dui putra āni—bringing his two sons    Madhya 19.108
  ghare āni—after bringing Him home    Madhya 7.122
  ghare āni—bringing home    Antya 6.317
  kabhu nāhi āni—never brought.    Antya 12.118
  kuśa-āsana āni—bringing straw mats for sitting    Madhya 24.274
  mahāprabhu āni—bringing Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu    Antya 6.89
  mane āni—remembering    Madhya 13.148
  nija-gaṇa āni—calling all the devotees    Madhya 7.7-8
  prasāda āni—bringing jagannātha-prasāda    Madhya 6.111
  tāhā āni—bringing that    Antya 4.53
  āni dilā—presented.    Antya 6.289
  āni diye—I shall bring and deliver.    Madhya 12.77

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