Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: cari

  cāri—four    Adi 2.29, Adi 3.11, Adi 3.19, Adi 3.42, Adi 3.48, Adi 5.30, Adi 7.84, Adi 10.9, Adi 13.18, Adi 14.58 (and more...)
  cārī—four types    Adi 4.42
  cāri—and four    Adi 3.48
  cāri—in four    Madhya 2.78
  cāri—four kinds of liberation    Madhya 6.267
  cāri-dike—all around    Madhya 9.231, Madhya 12.84, Madhya 12.137, Madhya 12.139, Antya 11.67
  cāri māsa—for four months    Madhya 9.107, Madhya 16.47, Madhya 16.285, Antya 6.248
  saha-cari—O My dear friend    Madhya 1.76, Antya 1.79, Antya 1.114, Antya 1.190
  cāri bhāi—four brothers    Adi 10.11, Adi 11.46, Antya 12.11
  cāri-māsa—four months    Madhya 1.47, Madhya 1.255-256, Madhya 15.16
  cāri cāri—there are four different varieties    Madhya 24.288, Madhya 24.288
  cāri cāri prakāra—each of four different categories    Madhya 24.287, Madhya 24.287
  cāri daṇḍa—four daṇḍas (one daṇḍa equals twenty-four minutes)    Madhya 19.130, Antya 6.310
  cāri janera—of the four persons    Madhya 11.231, Antya 11.79
  cāri-śata mudrā—four hundred coins    Antya 6.259, Antya 6.267
  cāri-cāri paṇa—four paṇas each (one paṇa equals twenty gaṇḍās)    Madhya 15.72, Madhya 15.72
  cāri-dike—on four sides    Madhya 11.225, Madhya 11.230
  cāri-dike—on all sides    Madhya 15.208, Madhya 15.209
  cāri-dike—in four directions    Madhya 20.193, Antya 2.28
  cāri-jana—four men    Madhya 7.33, Antya 11.84
  dui-cāri—two or four.    Madhya 2.25, Madhya 5.15
  dui-cāri—two to four    Madhya 17.62-63, Antya 6.55
  bhāta dui-cāri—two or four pieces of the thrown rice    Madhya 3.95
  śāka dui-cāri—spinach of two to four kinds    Antya 10.135-136
  cāri akṣara—composed of four syllables    Antya 2.31
  cāri artha—four meanings    Madhya 24.211
  cāri bhakta—four devotees    Madhya 4.10
  cāri bhite—in the four directions.    Madhya 9.232
  cāri bhāi—we four brothers    Madhya 11.145
  cāri śabdera artha—the meanings of these four words    Madhya 24.293
  cāri daṇḍa—about two hours    Adi 10.102
  cāri dike—all around    Madhya 13.75
  cāri gosāñira—of the four gosāñis, or spiritual masters    Madhya 11.34
  cāri jana—quadruple expansions    Madhya 20.210
  cāri jane—to these four persons    Madhya 13.35
  cāri kopīna-bahirvāsa—four sets of loincloths and external clothing    Madhya 7.60
  cāri kuṇḍī—four earthen pots    Antya 6.83
  cāri kuṇḍīra—of the four pots    Antya 6.94
  cāri kāya—four bodies.    Adi 5.9
  cāri māsa—four months    Antya 1.214
  cāri māse—four months.    Madhya 9.86
  cāri māsera dina—the days of four months    Madhya 14.68
  cāri pichāḍā—four carrier servants    Antya 11.77
  cāri puruṣa-artha—the four kinds of so-called goals of life    Madhya 24.64
  cāri pāśe—on four sides    Adi 5.40
  cāri pāika—four watchmen    Madhya 20.33
  cāri sampradāya—the four groups    Madhya 11.225
  cāri sampradāya—four parties    Madhya 13.34
  cāri sampradāya—four groups of saṅkīrtana parties    Madhya 14.234
  cāri sampradāya gāya—four groups were chanting    Madhya 13.47
  cāri sampradāye—in the four parties    Madhya 13.33
  cāri sevaka—four personal servants    Madhya 16.229
  cāri vadana—four faces.    Madhya 21.84
  cāri vaiṣṇava—four Vaiṣṇavas    Antya 11.77
  cāri varṇa—four colors    Madhya 20.330
  cāri varṇa dhari—accepting these four colors    Madhya 20.330
  cāri varṇa-āśramī—followers of the four social and spiritual orders of life    Madhya 22.26
  cāri-bhite—on the four walls    Antya 19.64
  cāri-bhāira—of four brothers    Madhya 11.144
  cāri-bāre—four times    Antya 9.63
  cāri-śabda—four words    Madhya 24.304
  cāri-śata biśa—420    Madhya 20.321
  cāri-śloke—in four verses    Adi 5.12
  cāri-dik—all around    Madhya 4.82
  cāri-dike—surrounding the mound of rice    Madhya 3.44
  cāri-dike—in the four directions    Madhya 11.215
  cāri-dikera—in all four directions    Madhya 11.223
  cāri-jana—the four persons    Madhya 18.179
  cāri-jana mili—all four of them    Madhya 25.63
  cāri-jana-sāthe—with the other four persons    Madhya 3.216
  cāri-jane—four persons    Madhya 10.67
  cāri-janera—of the original of the four expansions    Madhya 20.194
  cāri-janere—the four persons    Madhya 18.166
  cāri-janāra—of the four-personalities    Madhya 20.210
  cāri-lakṣa grantha—400,000 verses    Antya 4.231
  cāri-māsa—for four months    Antya 10.152
  cāri-māsa rahi—remaining for four months    Antya 10.157
  cāri-māse—for four months    Antya 16.77
  cāri-paṇa—four times eighty small conchshells    Antya 8.41
  cāri-prahara—generally after four praharas    Madhya 20.390
  cāri-putra-saṅge—with four of his sons    Madhya 10.49
  cāri-pāśe—all around    Adi 5.190
  cāri-sahasra—4,000    Madhya 20.322
  cāri-vatsara—for four years    Antya 13.117
  cāri-veda—the four divisions of the Vedas (Sāma, Yajur, Ṛg and Atharva)    Madhya 25.98
  cāri-vidha—the four kinds    Madhya 24.60
  cāri-vidha jana—they are also of four varieties.    Madhya 24.290
  cāri-vidha prakāśa—they are manifested in four varieties.    Madhya 24.289
  cāri-yuga—four ages    Adi 3.7
  cāri-yuga-avatāre—of the incarnations in the four different yugas    Madhya 20.349
  cāri-yuge—in the four ages    Adi 3.7
  daṇḍa-cāri—four daṇḍas (ninety-six minutes)    Antya 6.159-160
  dina dui-cāri—another two or four days    Madhya 3.198
  dina dui-cāri—two or four days    Madhya 16.157
  dui cāri—a few    Madhya 2.88
  dui-cāri jana—two or four demons    Madhya 13.156
  dui-cāri-lakṣa kāhana—two to four hundred thousand kāhanas    Antya 9.123
  e cāri prakāra—there are also the same four varieties    Madhya 24.291
  e cāri vicāra—there is a consideration of four principles, namely the person, country, time and atmosphere    Madhya 25.121
  ei cāri—these four men    Madhya 18.184
  ei cāri—these four    Madhya 23.48
  ei cāri—these four persons    Madhya 24.96
  ei cāri haite—from these four    Madhya 20.191
  ei cāri mili—four rogues together    Madhya 18.182
  ei cāri māsa—these four months    Madhya 16.282
  ei cāri ṭhāñi—in these four places    Antya 2.34-35
  ei cāri-jana—these four persons    Madhya 3.209-210
  ei cāri-janera—of the four personalities    Madhya 20.203
  ei ṭhak cāri-jana—these four persons are rogues.    Madhya 18.181
  eka-dui-tina-cāri—one, two, three, four    Madhya 20.390
  janā cāri—four men.    Antya 11.81
  kauḍi cāri paṇa—four times eighty small conchshells    Antya 8.40
  kauḍi cāri-paṇa—four paṇas of conchshells    Antya 10.156
  khe-carī—who traveled in outer space    SB 10.6.4
  mukhya cāri-jana—the four chief expansions.    Madhya 20.186
  niśā-carī—the Rākṣasī    SB 10.6.13
  pāda-cārī—moving on foot    SB 6.12.27-29
  seha cāri bāra—those four times    Madhya 24.304
  svaira-cārī—acting irresponsibly    SB 6.1.67
  tina-cāri rāga—three or four different tunes.    Antya 13.128
  varṣāra cāri māsa—the four months of the rainy season    Madhya 16.282
  varṣāra cāri-māsa—the four months of the rainy season    Antya 4.107

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