Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: dvadasa

  dvādaśa—twelve    SB 4.1.6, SB 5.21.13, SB 5.22.14, SB 6.3.20-21, SB 6.19.8, SB 6.19.22, SB 9.22.14-15, SB 9.24.15, SB 9.24.16-18, SB 9.24.47-48 (and more...)
  dvādaśa—twelve months    SB 3.11.12
  dvādaśa—twelve (bangles)    Antya 14.45
  dvādaśa vatsara—twelve years    Madhya 1.51, Madhya 2.3
  dvādaśa māsān—twelve months    SB 5.22.5
  dvādaśa nāma—twelve names    Madhya 20.202
  dvādaśa vana—the twelve forests of Vṛndāvana    Madhya 25.207
  dvādaśa vatsara—for twelve years    Antya 20.69
  dvādaśa vatsare—in twelve years    Antya 18.11
  dvādaśa-abda-ante—after twelve years    SB 9.9.37
  dvādaśa-abdān—twelve years    SB 7.12.22
  dvādaśa-aham—for twelve days, ending with Dvādaśī, the day after Ekādaśī    SB 8.16.25
  dvādaśa-aham—until twelve days    SB 8.16.47
  dvādaśa-aham—for twelve days    SB 8.17.1
  dvādaśa-aṅgeṣu—in twelve places (dvādaśa-tilaka)    SB 10.6.20
  dvādaśa-akṣara—composed of twelve syllables    SB 6.8.7
  dvādaśa-akṣara-vidyayā—with the mantra of twelve syllables.    SB 8.16.39
  dvādaśa-ardha—six    SB 3.11.9
  dvādaśa-dhā—in twelve divisions    SB 5.22.3
  dvādaśa-lakṣāṇi—twelve hundred thousand    SB 5.21.10
  dvādaśa-māsera—of the twelve months    Madhya 20.198
  dvādaśa-sahasram—20,000 yojanas (160,000 miles)    SB 5.24.2
  dvādaśa-skanda-yuktaḥ—having twelve cantos    Madhya 25.143-144
  dvādaśa-tilaka—for twelve marks of tilaka    Madhya 20.202
  dvādaśa-vana dekhi—visiting the twelve forests in Vṛndāvana    Madhya 5.12
  dvādaśa-vārṣikam—twelve years of penance for atonement    SB 9.9.23-24
  dvādaśa-āditya haite—from Dvādaśāditya    Madhya 18.72
  māsān dvādaśa—twelve months    SB 6.19.21

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