Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: dvija

  dvija—the brahmana    Bg 17.14, SB 1.8.43, Adi 14.91, Adi 17.253
  dvija—of the brahmanas    SB 2.7.9, SB 3.16.21, SB 4.20.15, SB 8.15.36
  dvija—birds    SB 4.9.13, SB 9.6.45-46, SB 10.8.25, Antya 17.31
  dvija—O brahmana    SB 2.7.3, SB 5.2.11, SB 9.4.63
  dvija—twice-born    SB 3.5.7, SB 3.7.27
  dvija—teeth    SB 3.28.33, SB 4.21.15
  dvija—brahmana    Adi 17.302, Madhya 11.191
  dvija—brahmanas    SB 1.19.3
  dvija—the twice-born birds    SB 3.2.27
  dvija—the twice-born    SB 3.16.22
  dvija—of the twice-born    SB 3.16.23
  dvija—O brahmana (Saunaka).    SB 3.19.33
  dvija—of birds    SB 3.21.41
  dvija—O twice-born    SB 4.4.12
  dvija—of the brahmanas and ksatriyas    SB 7.2.11
  dvija—of the brahminical culture or the brahmanas    SB 7.3.13
  dvija—the birds    Madhya 24.56
  dvija-upasrstah—created by the brahmana    SB 1.19.15, Madhya 23.21
  dvija haridasa—of the name Dvija Haridasa.    Adi 10.112
  dvija kamalakanta—Dvija Kamalakanta    Madhya 10.94
  dvija-agrya—O best of the brahmanas    SB 3.22.11
  dvija-ali-kula-sannada-stavakah—the birds, especially the cuckoos, and swarms of bees began to chant in sweet voices, as if praying to the Supreme Personality of Godhead    SB 10.3.1-5
  dvija-arcanam—worshiping the brahmanas or Vaisnavas    SB 7.14.25
  dvija-bandhu-linga—by the characteristics of a person born in a brahmana family but not executing the duties of a brahmana    SB 5.12.1
  dvija-bandhunam—of the friends of the twice-born    SB 1.4.25
  dvija-bhasitam—the statement given by the brahmana.    SB 6.16.14
  dvija-srestha—O best of the brahmanas    SB 8.16.23
  dvija-sresthah—O best among the twiceborn    SB 1.2.13
  dvija-sresthah—the best of the brahmanas    SB 4.22.12
  dvija-susrusa—the service of the three higher sections (the brahmanas, ksatriyas and vaisyas)    SB 7.11.15
  dvija-sapa—cursing by the brahmana    SB 1.19.14
  dvija-deva—by the great sages    SB 3.1.23
  dvija-deva—by Lord Brahma, the demigod worshiped by the brahmanas    SB 5.2.16
  dvija-deva-devah—a worshiper of the brahmanas, or the Lord of the brahmanas.    SB 5.5.21-22
  dvija-deva-kulam—the class of pure brahmanas.    SB 5.3.17
  dvija-deva-mantram—the means of deliverance suitable for the brahmanas and demigods.    SB 8.6.15
  dvija-iritah—sounded by learned brahmanas    SB 1.10.19
  dvija-gavam—of the brahmanas and the cows    SB 8.16.11
  dvija-janah—persons declaring themselves to be the higher three classes (brahmanas, ksatriyas and vaisyas)    SB 2.7.38
  dvija-ksayah—the brahmana Kausika had died.    SB 6.8.39
  dvija-kula-adhiraja-sthitih—the situation of the most exalted of the brahmana community    Antya 1.177
  dvija-kulaya—unto the brahmanas    SB 4.2.27
  dvija-lingebhyah—who were dressed like brahmanas    SB 8.19.14
  dvija-mantra-vacakaih—with chanting of Vedic hymns by qualified brahmanas    SB 10.7.4
  dvija-pankti—of lines of teeth    SB 5.2.13
  dvija-patnyah—the wives of the brahmanas    SB 4.5.7
  dvija-putra—the son of a brahmana    SB 1.12.27
  dvija-rupa—by assuming the form of a brahmana    SB 8.21.10
  dvija-raja-raja—the king of moons    Madhya 21.126
  dvija-sati—wife of the brahmana    SB 5.9.7
  dvija-sattama—O purest of all brahmanas.    SB 2.8.13
  dvija-sattamah—O best among the brahmanas    SB 1.17.21
  dvija-sprhah—desiring to hear birds    SB 5.13.16
  dvija-tarpanam—and satisfying the brahmanas by feeding them.    SB 8.16.47
  dvija-uktibhih—by the instructions of the great brahmanas (Narada and Angira Rsi)    SB 6.15.9
  dvija-uktibhih—by the instructions of the perfect brahmanas (Angira and Narada Muni)    SB 6.16.15
  dvija-upayoga—most suitable for a pure brahmana    SB 9.5.24
  dvija-uttama—O best amongst the brahmanas    SB 3.7.36
  dvija-uttama—O best of the brahmanas    SB 6.14.4
  dvija-uttamaih—by the learned brahmanas    SB 3.2.32
  dvija-uttamaih—with ceremonies performed by first-class brahmanas with the above qualifications    SB 10.7.13-15
  dvija-uttaman—highly elevated brahmanas    SB 3.13.24
  dvija-uttamah—the best of the brahmanas    SB 4.7.17
  dvija-vacah—the brahmanasí words    SB 4.13.29
  dvija-vacah—the words of the brahmana (Jada Bharata)    SB 5.10.15
  dvija-vara—the best brahmana    Adi 11.36
  dvija-vara—O best of the brahmanas    Madhya 5.66
  dvija-varasya—brahmana    SB 5.9.1-2
  dvija-varasya—of Jada Bharata    SB 5.10.2
  dvija-varah—Jada Bharata, the son of a brahmana    SB 5.10.1
  dvija-varya—the great twice-born brahmanas    SB 1.16.1
  dvija-varan—the best of the brahmanas    SB 3.16.10
  dvija-vatsalah—still, because of his affinity for brahmanas    SB 8.19.14
  dvija-vrsa—O best of the brahmanas    SB 3.23.10
  dvija-rsabha—O greatest of the brahmanas    SB 5.1.2
  dvija-agamanam—the return of Durvasa Muni, the great mystic brahmana    SB 9.4.41
  dvija-atma-jah—the son of a brahmana.    SB 1.7.19
  dvija-atma-jah—the sons of the brahmana    Madhya 8.146
  dvija-atmaja—O son of a brahmana    SB 8.18.31
  eka dvija—one brahmana    Madhya 7.136
  maharastriya dvija—the brahmana of Maharastra province    Madhya 25.217

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