Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: devata

  devata—demigods    Bg 9.23, SB 4.7.45, Adi 14.48, Adi 14.53, Adi 14.62
  devata—the demigods    SB 3.16.22, Antya 16.131
  devata—worshipable Lord    Madhya 24.137, Madhya 25.138
  devata—the Supreme Lord    SB 3.13.39
  devata—goddess    Adi 4.89
  devata—the Lord    Adi 16.48
  devata—of a demigod    Adi 16.85
  devata—the worshipable Lord    Madhya 20.119
  devata—predominating Deities    Madhya 20.198
  devata—of predominating deities    Madhya 20.276
  para-devata—most worshipable    Adi 4.83, Madhya 23.68
  akhila-devata-atmanah—the total aggregate of all the demigods    SB 8.7.26
  akhila-devata-atma—the origin of all demigods    SB 8.7.26
  devata-anukramah—one demigod after another    SB 2.6.26
  devata-ganah—the residents known as the demigods    SB 8.20.19
  devata-lingaih—by the forms of the demigods    SB 6.18.33-34
  devata-mandire—to the temple of the Lord    Madhya 7.85
  devata-mandire—in the temples of some gods.    Madhya 9.304
  devata-prayah—were inhabitants of heaven    SB 10.1.62-63
  devata-atma—the soul of the demigods    SB 2.7.11
  kula-devata—of the family Deity    SB 5.17.2
  maghera devata—the predominating Deity of the month of Magha (January-February)    Madhya 20.199
  para-devata—of the Supreme Personality of Godhead    SB 5.1.38
  para-devata-akhyam—the Supreme Lord, the Personality of Godhead, appearing in that form    SB 8.9.18
  pati-devata—chaste    SB 1.7.47
  pati-devata—devoted to the husband    SB 4.26.15
  pati-devata—accepting her husband as the Supreme Lord.    SB 4.28.43
  sarva-devata—Devaki, to whom all the demigods and God Himself appeared    SB 10.1.56
  sarva-devata-linganam—which manifest all the demigods    SB 5.7.6
  sarva-devata-mayam—consisting of all the demigods    SB 5.23.8
  atma-devata-buddhih—accepting as the self or the demigods    SB 7.11.8-12

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