Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: dhih

  dhīḥ—intelligence    SB 1.19.3, SB 2.2.2, SB 2.2.13, SB 3.2.10, SB 3.4.16, SB 4.4.3, SB 4.12.4, SB 4.20.32, SB 7.7.17, Madhya 6.235 (and more...)
  dhīḥ—the mind    Adi 4.173, Madhya 18.65, Antya 7.40
  dhīḥ—mind    SB 3.24.44, SB 7.13.39
  dhīḥ—his intelligence.    SB 3.30.12, SB 3.31.37
  dhīḥ—the intelligence    SB 7.5.7, Madhya 22.155
  dhīḥ—conscious    SB 2.7.42
  dhīḥ—whose intelligence    SB 3.25.30
  dhīḥ—consciousness.    SB 3.30.18
  dhīḥ—her thoughts.    SB 3.33.29
  dhīḥ—my intelligence    SB 4.25.5
  dhīḥ—one who considers    SB 4.25.6
  dhīḥ—he whose intelligence    SB 4.29.29
  dhīḥ—with my consciousness    SB 6.2.38
  dhīḥ—and intelligence    SB 7.4.33
  dhīḥ—in such intelligence    SB 9.16.26
  udāra-dhīḥ—sincere and advanced in devotional service    Madhya 24.90, Madhya 24.197
  aśaṭha-dhīḥ—a great-minded person who is without duplicity    SB 8.22.23
  adhīra-dhīḥ—have become more and more anxious.    SB 10.3.29
  aham-dhīḥ—this is my interest (false ego)    SB 10.4.26
  ajaḍa-dhīḥ—complete fearlessness    SB 7.5.46
  andha-dhīḥ—because of blind intelligence    SB 8.24.52
  anya-dhīḥ—all other concepts of life (the bodily concept of life)    SB 4.23.12
  apāṅga-viddha-dhīḥ—his intelligence pierced by the lustful glance.    SB 6.1.65
  bhinna-dhīḥ—whose intelligence is changed    SB 6.5.41
  śānta-dhīḥ—very peaceful    SB 6.17.36
  dhīḥ, dhṛti, rasalā, umā, niyut, sarpiḥ, ilā, ambikā, irāvatī, s—the eleven Rudrāṇīs    SB 3.12.13
  gṛha-mūḍha-dhīḥ—completely ignorant of the goal of life.    SB 7.14.1
  iṣu-dhiḥ—quiver    SB 4.26.1-3
  kṛpaṇa-dhīḥ—person of miserly intelligence    SB 3.31.17
  kṛta-dhīḥ—having fixed his mind    SB 3.33.37
  kṛta-dhīḥ—although decided    SB 4.7.11
  kṛta-dhīḥ—the determined King of the Yavanas    SB 4.28.22
  kṛta-dhīḥ—with concentrated attention    SB 10.3.12
  manda-dhīḥ—less intelligent.    SB 4.17.24
  manda-dhīḥ—bereft of all intelligence    SB 6.1.66
  martya-asat-dhīḥ—considers the spiritual master to be like an ordinary human being and maintains such an unfavorable attitude    SB 7.15.26
  prasakta-dhīḥ—because of his being very much attached    SB 10.5.22
  rajju-dhīḥ—one who thinks a snake to be a rope.    SB 10.6.8
  sneha-nibaddha-dhīḥ—because of an intense spirit of love    SB 10.11.20
  sthita-dhīḥ—one fixed in Kṛṣṇa consciousness    Bg 2.54
  sthita-dhīḥ—one who is steady    Bg 2.56
  su-dhīḥ—one who has come to his real senses    SB 4.7.12
  uda-dhiḥ—the ocean    SB 3.29.42
  udāra-dhīḥ—with broader intelligence    SB 2.3.10
  udāra-dhīḥ—liberal-minded.    SB 4.13.37
  udāra-dhīḥ—very broad-minded.    SB 6.7.40
  udāra-dhīḥ—who was very magnanimous    SB 9.23.17
  udāra-dhīḥ—all fully qualified    SB 9.24.53-55
  udāra-dhīḥ—because he was always liberal and simple    SB 10.6.43
  udāra-dhīḥ—being very intelligent    Madhya 22.36
  upārata-dhīḥ—his mind and intelligence were fixed    SB 6.2.42
  vaira-dhīḥ—because of animosity.    SB 8.9.26
  vikala-dhīḥ—whose intelligence was disturbed    Antya 19.76
  vipanna-dhīḥ—intelligence being lost.    SB 4.2.22

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