Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: dvi

  dvi—two    SB 2.9.6, SB 4.26.1-3, SB 4.29.2, SB 4.29.4, SB 4.29.18-20, Madhya 2.18
  dvi-guna—twice as much    SB 5.1.32, Madhya 9.104, Antya 9.112, Antya 17.59
  dvi-vidha—two kinds    Adi 2.97, Adi 2.98, Madhya 23.50, Antya 6.76
  dvi-guna—twice    Madhya 7.24, Madhya 21.132, Antya 19.30
  dvi-bhuja—two-handed    Adi 17.15, Madhya 20.175
  dvi-sat-guna-yutat—who is qualified with twelve brahminical qualifications    Madhya 20.59, Antya 16.26
  dvi-sahasram—two thousand yojanas    SB 5.16.10, SB 5.16.27
  dvi-vidha—twofold    Adi 1.64, Madhya 25.259
  dvi-angula—by a measurement of two fingers    SB 10.9.15
  dvi-angulam—by a measurement of two fingers    SB 10.9.16
  dvi-aksaram—consisting of two letters    SB 4.4.14
  dvi-asta—twice eight    SB 1.14.37
  dvi-asta—sixteen    SB 1.19.26
  dvi-asta-sahasram—sixteen thousand    Adi 1.71
  dvi-asta-sahasram—sixteen thousand    Madhya 20.170
  dvi-avaran—a minimum of two    SB 8.16.43
  dvi-bhuja—two arms    Adi 2.29
  dvi-bhuja—two hands    Adi 5.27-28
  dvi-bhuja—two-armed    Adi 17.292
  dvi-cakram—two wheels    SB 4.26.1-3
  dvi-sapha-itarah—animals such as horses, which do not have cloven hooves    SB 6.6.29-31
  dvi-saphah—having two hooves    SB 3.10.22
  dvi-saphah—having cloven hooves    SB 6.6.27
  dvi-sirsne—who have two heads    SB 8.16.31
  dvi-dalayoh—in the two halves    SB 5.21.2
  dvi-isam—two arrows    SB 4.26.1-3
  dvi-guna—twofold    Madhya 14.234
  dvi-guna—double    Antya 9.133
  dvi-guna—twice as big    Antya 10.37
  dvi-guna—doubly    Antya 18.63
  dvi-guna kariya—increasing to double.    Madhya 12.220
  dvi-guna kariya—making a double portion    Madhya 14.111
  dvi-guna vartana—twice the salary.    Antya 9.106
  dvi-guna-visalah—twice as big    SB 5.20.7
  dvi-guna-visalena—which is twice as wide    SB 5.20.2
  dvi-guna-ayamah—whose measurement is twice as great    SB 5.20.29
  dvi-gunam—twice as much    SB 4.10.10
  dvi-gunah—twice as big    SB 5.20.18
  dvi-gune—with doubled strength    Antya 18.58
  dvi-gunani—twice    SB 3.11.19
  dvi-ja—the twice-born    SB 1.8.49
  dvi-ja—O twice-born Daksa    SB 4.7.51
  dvi-ja—by brahmanas    SB 8.8.14
  dvi-janmanam—of the twice-born    SB 4.12.48
  dvi-janmanam—of persons who are called twice-born    SB 7.11.13
  dvi-jah—twice-born    SB 7.11.13
  dvi-jah—the twice-born, namely the brahmanas, ksatriyas and vaisyas    SB 7.12.13-14
  dvi-jatayah—and the twice-born (the brahmanas and the Vaisnavas)    SB 4.21.45
  dvi-jatayah—the twice-born (brahmanas, ksatriyas and vaisyas)    SB 8.4.15
  dvi-jatayah—called brahmana (being a mixture of brahmana and ksatriya).    SB 9.6.3
  dvi-jateh—a qualified brahmana    SB 6.11.15
  dvi-jatibhih—by brahmanas    SB 7.5.7
  dvi-jatibhih—by the brahmanas present.    SB 7.10.24
  dvi-jatih—born in a brahmana family    SB 5.9.9-10
  dvi-jah—the twice-born (especially the brahmanas)    SB 7.15.1
  dvi-jah—O brahmanas assembled here    SB 8.5.14
  dvi-khagah—two birds (the individual soul and the Supersoul)    SB 10.2.27
  dvi-laksa-yojana-antara-gatah—situated at a distance of 1,600,000 miles    SB 5.22.15
  dvi-laksa-yojanatah—200,000 yojanas    SB 5.22.11
  dvi-laksa-yojanatah—200,000 yojanas (1,600,000 miles)    SB 5.22.12
  dvi-laksa-yojanatah—1,600,000 miles    SB 5.22.13
  dvi-murdhan—Dvimurdha (two-headed)    SB 7.2.4-5
  dvi-murti ha-iya—taking two forms    Adi 6.14-15
  dvi-nayana—two eyes    Madhya 21.134
  dvi-sat—twelve.    SB 4.1.7
  dvi-sat—twice six and one (thirteen)    SB 6.6.2
  dvi-sat-guna-yutat—qualified with twelve brahminical qualities    SB 7.9.10
  dvi-sat-guna-yutat—who has twelve brahminical qualifications    Antya 4.69
  dvi-pada-pasubhih—who are nothing but animals with two legs    SB 5.9.9-10
  dvi-padah—two-legged    SB 5.18.27
  dvi-pade—to the two-legged (driver)    SB 5.1.14
  dvi-padam—of human beings, who have two legs    SB 6.4.9
  dvi-para-ardha—up to the limit of 4,300,000,000 x 2 x 30 x 12 x 100 solar years    SB 3.9.18
  dvi-parardha—two superdurations of time    SB 3.11.39
  dvi-parardha—two parardhas    SB 3.32.8
  dvi-parardha—the duration of the life of Brahma    SB 5.14.29
  dvi-parardha-avasane—after millions and millions of years (the life of Brahma)    SB 10.3.25
  dvi-parardha-samjne—the time known as the end of a dvi-parardha    SB 9.4.53-54
  dvi-parardha-akhyah—measured by the two halves of Brahma’s life    SB 3.11.38
  dvi-phalah—in this body we are subject to material happiness and distress, which result from karma    SB 10.2.27
  dvi-pat—two-legged.    SB 3.29.30
  dvi-pat—pairs of legs together    SB 10.13.30
  dvi-rada—the elephant    Adi 3.31
  dvi-repha—bees    SB 3.15.28
  dvi-repha—with bees    SB 3.28.15
  dvi-sahasra-prthavah—which are two thousand yojanas wide    SB 5.16.8
  dvi-sahasra-yojanani—2,000 yojanas    SB 5.21.19
  dvi-sandhya—twice a day    Madhya 15.241
  dvi-saptadha—fourteen divisions.    SB 3.10.8
  dvi-vidha—two types    Adi 4.46
  dvi-vidha srngara—two kinds of conjugal love    Madhya 23.62
  dvi-vidha pra-kase—twofold manifestations    Madhya 20.167
  dvi-vidham—these two varieties    SB 7.15.47
  dvi-vidhah—two kinds    SB 4.29.23-25
  dvi-vidha—two kinds of    Bg 3.3
  dvi-vidhah—the moving and the standing living entities    SB 2.10.37-40
  prakasa dvi-rupa—the two kinds of manifestation.    Madhya 24.84
  tat-dvi-gunah—twice that    SB 5.20.13
  ye-kale dvi-bhuja—when the Lord appears as two-handed    Madhya 20.176

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