Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: bhaya

  bhaya—fear    Bg 2.56, Bg 4.10, Bg 5.27-28, SB 4.22.35, SB 4.29.39-40, SB 5.6.5, SB 5.14.27, SB 5.18.14, SB 6.1.51, SB 6.16.13 (and more...)
  bhaya—fear.    Adi 17.182, Madhya 5.105, Madhya 9.51, Antya 15.73
  bhaya—fearfulness    Bg 12.15, SB 1.7.7, Madhya 19.187
  bhaya—of fear    SB 5.8.4, SB 6.15.21-23
  bhāya—appeal    Madhya 13.146, Madhya 25.42
  bhaya—fearful    Bg 18.30
  bhaya—and from fear    SB 5.8.6
  bhaya—and sometimes by fear    SB 7.9.39
  bhaya—afraid.    Adi 17.93
  bhaya—fearing    Madhya 14.174
  bhāya—exists    Madhya 7.26
  bhāya—illuminates    Madhya 8.114
  bhāya—is approved    Madhya 10.158
  bhāya—appeal to me.    Madhya 12.9
  bhāya—appeals    Madhya 12.168
  bhāya—appealed.    Antya 1.77
  bhāya—appears    Antya 4.187
  bhaya pāñā—being afraid    Madhya 11.13, Madhya 17.169, Madhya 17.171, Madhya 18.179
  mahā-bhaya—great fear    Adi 17.191, Madhya 17.27, Antya 13.88, Antya 18.66
  bhaya-nāmnaḥ—of Bhaya (Fear)    SB 4.28.1, SB 4.28.11
  abrahmaṇya-bhaya-āvahām—causing fear to the kings who had no respect for brahminical culture    SB 9.16.18-19
  akutaścit-bhayā—undoubtedly fearless    SB 4.24.68
  akuto-bhayā—without fear from any direction    SB 7.7.13
  bhaya citte—we are very fearful.    Madhya 12.18
  bhaya haila—there was fear.    Madhya 19.196
  bhaya lāja—fear or shame.    Antya 3.219
  bhaya māni—I am afraid.    Antya 10.96
  bhaya nā pāiha—do not be afraid    Antya 18.62
  bhaya nāhi kare—they were not at all afraid    Madhya 17.198
  bhaya nāhi kare—without fear.    Antya 8.20
  bhaya nāhi māne—he was not afraid.    Antya 9.25
  bhaya pāya—become afraid    Adi 17.95
  bhaya upajila—some fear arose.    Madhya 24.252
  bhaya-aṁśa—the fear part    Antya 18.63
  bhaya-bhāvanayā—by thoughts of fear    SB 1.8.31
  bhaya-gīrṇa-ghoṣaḥ—whose loud sound was silenced through fear    SB 9.10.13
  bhaya-kṛt—a source of fear    SB 3.18.22-23
  bhaya-kāṅpa—fear and trembling.    Madhya 19.79
  bhaya-nāmā—whose name was fear    SB 4.28.22
  bhaya-saṁvṛtān—bewildered by fear    SB 10.4.35
  bhaya-sambhrānta-prekṣaṇa-akṣam—began to look very carefully within Kṛṣṇa’s mouth in fear, to see if Kṛṣṇa had eaten something dangerous    SB 10.8.33
  bhaya-santrastān—to the cowherd boys, who were disturbed by fear that within the dense forest the calves would be attacked by some ferocious animals    SB 10.13.13
  bhaya-udvignām—disturbed and full of fear    SB 7.7.7
  bhaya-vihvala-īkṣaṇam—whose eyes appeared distressed because of such fear of His mother    SB 10.9.11
  bhaya-vihvalaḥ—under pressure of fearfulness.    SB 1.17.29
  bhaya-vihvalā—being very disturbed by fear    SB 8.22.19
  bhaya-vihvalām—being afraid.    SB 1.8.8
  bhaya-ākulāḥ—with great fear    SB 4.6.1-2
  bhaya-āturam—who is very afraid    SB 5.18.20
  bhaya-āturā—in distress and fear    SB 9.2.5-6
  bhaya-āvaham—the threatening principle    SB 1.11.3
  bhaya-āvaham—fearful    SB 6.18.69
  bhaya-āvahaḥ—dangerous.    Bg 3.35
  bhaya-āvahāḥ—causing fear.    SB 3.17.3
  bhaya-āvahāḥ—producing fear    SB 4.5.12
  bhūta-bhaya-dasya—of one who is always fearful to the living entities    SB 3.14.43
  daitya-bhaya—fear of the demons    Madhya 21.76
  dharma-bhaya—religious principles.    Madhya 5.63
  duḥkha-śoka-bhaya-āvaham—which is the cause of all kinds of distress, lamentation and fear    SB 9.13.10
  haila bhaya—there was fear    Madhya 19.198
  harṣa-śoka-bhaya-ādayaḥ—the sons named Harṣa, Śoka, Bhaya and so on.    SB 6.6.10-11
  jagat-bhaya—the fear of material existence    SB 1.11.3
  kahite bhaya—afraid to speak    Adi 4.236
  kari bhaya—I am afraid    Antya 6.132
  kari rāja-bhaya—I am afraid of the government.    Madhya 20.9
  kariha bhaya—be afraid.    Adi 17.177
  kāre tomāra bhaya—why should You be afraid of anyone    Madhya 12.49
  lajjā-bhaya—fear and shame    Antya 2.100
  loka-bhaya—the fearful people    Adi 17.94
  nirghāta-bhaya-śaṅkitāḥ—who were afraid of falling thunderbolts.    SB 10.11.1
  nā bhāya—is not approved    Madhya 20.83
  nāhi bhaya—there is no fear    Antya 19.51
  nāhi bhāya—is not very pleasing    Madhya 16.6
  nāhi bhāya—do not appeal.    Madhya 23.24
  nāhi bhāya—he does not take as valuable    Antya 6.135
  nāhi bhāya—does not appear valuable.    Antya 6.136
  nāhi rāja-bhaya—without fear of the King    Antya 9.32
  prabhure nā bhāya—Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu does not approve    Antya 4.72
  pratyanīka-bhaya-āvaham—the Lord’s disc, which was extremely fearful to the enemies of the Lord and His devotees    SB 9.4.28
  pāpa-bhaya—fear of sinful activities.    Adi 17.157
  rudra-bhaya—being afraid of Rudra    SB 4.24.68
  rāja-bhaya—fear of the government    Madhya 20.10-11
  sa-bhaya—afraid    Antya 6.23
  sa-bhaya-nayana—just now sitting there with fearful eyes    SB 10.8.31
  saṁrambha-bhaya-yogena—through intense fear and enmity    SB 7.1.28-29
  sadā bhāya—always very pleasing    Madhya 12.141
  su-duḥkha-bhaya—due to great distress and fear    Madhya 19.202
  uru-bhaya—due to great fear    SB 5.8.5
  uru-bhaya-hā—one who vanquishes great fears    SB 2.7.14
  veda-bhaya—afraid of the injunctions of the Vedas    Madhya 8.36
  vicchedera bhaya—because of fearing separation.    Madhya 16.10
  viyoga-bhaya-kātarāḥ—being afraid of giving up the body again    SB 9.13.9
  ūḍha-bhaya—affected by fear    SB 2.7.24
  yuddha-bhaya—fear of fighting.    Madhya 16.173

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