Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: artah

  ārtaḥ—the distressed    Bg 7.16, Madhya 24.94
  ārtaḥ—greatly aggrieved    SB 2.7.15
  ārtaḥ—distressed    SB 3.30.21
  ārtaḥ—afflicted    SB 4.7.35
  ārtaḥ—being aggrieved    SB 4.27.17
  ārtaḥ—a distressed person    SB 5.25.11
  ārtaḥ—aggrieved.    SB 6.11.11
  ārtaḥ—and severely suffering    SB 8.3.32
  artaḥ ayam—this is the meaning    Madhya 25.143-144
  dava-artāḥ—being afflicted in a forest fire    SB 8.6.13
  duḥkha-ārtaḥ—in a sorry plight    SB 1.18.38
  iva ārtaḥ—like a distressed person    SB 3.13.29
  kṣudh-ārtāḥ—distressed by hunger    SB 6.11.26
  kṣudhā-ārtaḥ—being aggrieved by hunger    SB 9.9.26-27

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