Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: dik

  dik—directions    SB 5.26.40, Adi 13.97
  dik—open space    SB 2.2.4
  dik—the controller of directions    SB 2.5.30
  dik—the directions.    SB 4.5.10
  dasa dik—ten directions    Antya 3.230, Antya 3.233
  dik-darasana—indication.    Madhya 14.142, Madhya 25.244
  dik-vasasah—naked    SB 3.19.20, SB 3.20.40
  caturh-dik—all around    Madhya 12.121
  catuh-dik—the four directions    Madhya 1.276
  catuh-dik—all directions    Antya 14.102
  cari-dik—all around    Madhya 4.82
  dasa-dik—ten directions    Madhya 21.139
  dik-ambaram—dressed by all directions (naked)    SB 1.19.27
  dik-darasana—pointing out the direction.    Madhya 17.232
  dik-darasana—general survey    Madhya 19.235
  dik-darasana—a slight indication.    Madhya 20.248
  dik-darasana—by a sample direction.    Madhya 20.297
  dik-darasana—indicating the direction only    Madhya 20.300
  dik-darasana—only partial showing.    Madhya 20.404
  dik-darasana—an indication only.    Madhya 21.30
  dik-darasana—an indication    Madhya 24.329
  dik-darasana—just a little direction    Madhya 24.345
  dik-darasana—seeing the direction.    Antya 17.65
  dik-darasana—only an indication    Antya 18.12
  dik-darasana—just to make an indication    Antya 20.76
  dik-darasana kailun—have simply made an indication    Madhya 18.224
  dik-darasana kari—let Me describe some of them    Madhya 20.367
  dik-desa—direction and country    SB 1.6.8
  dik-devataya—by the demigod Rudra    SB 6.13.17
  dik-devatah—the demigods in charge of different directions, like the sun and the moon    SB 5.14.9
  dik-gajaih—by big elephants trained to smash anything under their feet    SB 7.5.43-44
  dik-gajah—the most powerful enemies, who were like elephants    SB 7.15.68
  dik-gajendrah—the rulers of the different directions    SB 4.5.10
  dik-gajah—elephants that could go in any direction    SB 8.8.5
  dik-ibha-indra-pattam—as the ornamental cloth covering the elephant that conquers the directions    SB 9.11.21
  dik-ibha-jayinah—who are victorious in all directions    SB 5.14.40
  dik-karinam—the great elephant who could go everywhere    SB 8.10.25
  dik-matra—only a direction    Antya 15.98
  dik-pala—the governors of the directions    Madhya 21.93-94
  dik-vidik—the right or wrong direction    Madhya 8.9
  dik-vidik—of time and circumstances    Madhya 14.101
  dik-vidik-jnana—knowledge of the right direction or wrong direction    Madhya 3.10
  dik-vidiksu—in all directions    Adi 4.125
  dik-vijaye—for the purpose of gaining victory over Bali Maharaja    SB 5.24.27
  dik-vijaye—for conquering all directions    SB 8.19.5
  dik-vijaye—to conquer all the world    SB 9.11.25
  dik-vijaye—while conquering all directions    SB 9.20.30
  dik-vijayinah—great heroes who have conquered all directions    SB 9.10.15
  dik-vasasah—being naked    SB 7.1.37
  dik-vasah—completely naked    SB 7.13.41
  ei dik-darasana—this summary inspection    Madhya 25.240
  eka-dik ha-ite—to turn on one side    Antya 10.87
  kari dik darasana—I shall describe in brief.    Antya 2.15
  kari dik darasana—I show an indication    Antya 14.122
  nirjita-dik-gajendrah—who have conquered many other heroes as powerful as elephants    SB 5.13.15

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