Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: eka

  eka—one    Bg 10.42, SB 1.13.2, SB 3.1.20, SB 3.2.9, SB 4.21.12, SB-4.21.30, SB 4.21.48, SB 4.24.77, SB 4.26.1-3, SB 4.28.56 (and more...)
  eka—alone    Adi 4.215, Madhya 1.98, Madhya 8.99, Madhya 8.182, Madhya 14.99, Madhya 18.8, Madhya 25.181, Antya 2.129, Antya 18.57
  eka—one    SB 4.25.46, SB 8.24.12, SB 10.4.5, SB 10.5.29, Adi 4.63, Antya 1.76
  eka—only one    Bg 7.17, SB 3.10.23, Antya 5.42
  eka—alone    SB 3.1.40, SB 3.15.26, Madhya 11.47
  eka—only    SB 5.17.15, Madhya 19.214
  eka—one only    SB 7.13.1, Madhya 1.194
  eka—the only one    Adi 7.1, Antya 7.14
  eka—one by one    SB 2.1.19
  eka—exclusively    SB 3.24.42
  eka—with one    SB 4.8.79
  eka—uniquely    SB 4.16.20
  eka—of the oneness    SB 6.16.63
  eka—for one    SB 9.21.10
  eka—is one    Adi 7.11
  eka—one pot    Madhya 4.127
  eka—or one    Madhya 7.16
  eka—another    Madhya 14.159
  eka—even    Madhya 18.195
  eka—first    Madhya 24.28
  eka—of only one    Madhya 24.194
  eka—foremost    Antya 6.264
  eka—one item    Antya 18.104
  eka—only one    Bg 2.41
  eka—one spiritual (cit) potency    Madhya 6.157
  eka—principal internal potency    Madhya 8.156
  eka-dina—one day    Adi 14.24, Adi 14.62, Adi 14.72, Adi 14.83, Adi 15.16, Adi 17.37-38, Adi 17.79, Adi 17.90, Adi 17.243, Adi 17.247 (and more...)
  eka-bara—once    Madhya 8.306, Madhya 10.18, Madhya 12.15, Madhya 14.117-118, Madhya 15.106, Madhya 18.10, Madhya 18.121-122, Madhya 22.33, Antya 1.217, Antya 2.7 (and more...)
  eka-i—one    Adi 1.69-70, Adi 1.76, Adi 2.28, Adi 4.61, Adi 4.98, Adi 5.5, Madhya 4.160, Madhya 9.153, Madhya 9.155, Madhya 20.164
  eka dina—one day    Adi 15.8, Adi 15.28, Adi 17.47, Adi 17.227, Madhya 14.69, Madhya 15.79, Madhya 15.121, Madhya 15.186, Madhya 24.230
  eka eka—each and every    Adi 6.9, Adi 6.9, Adi 6.21, Adi 6.21, Madhya 4.102, Madhya 4.102, Antya 10.74, Antya 10.74
  eka-jana—one person    Madhya 10.68, Madhya 10.71, Madhya 10.73, Madhya 17.12, Madhya 18.27, Madhya 18.28, Madhya 19.148, Antya 3.190
  eka eka—one after another    Madhya 4.97, Madhya 4.97, Madhya 13.103, Madhya 13.103, Madhya 21.20, Madhya 21.20
  eka vipra—one brahmana    Madhya 4.152, Madhya 5.16, Madhya 17.105, Antya 5.91, Antya 5.99, Antya 6.56
  eka sloka—one verse    Adi 7.75, Madhya 13.159, Antya 1.98, Antya 15.77
  eka eka—one by one    Madhya 12.80, Madhya 12.80, Madhya 23.69, Madhya 23.69
  eka eka—each one    Madhya 24.155, Madhya 24.155, Antya 14.65-66, Antya 14.65-66
  eka-sthane—in one place    Antya 1.18, Antya 1.49, Antya 15.80, Antya 16.32
  eka-thani—in one place    Antya 6.57, Antya 13.46, Antya 18.18, Antya 20.44
  eka grasa—one morsel    Madhya 3.76, Antya 6.80, Antya 6.322
  eka kana—one particle    Antya 18.20, Antya 18.23, Antya 20.81
  eka-amsena—with one portion    Adi 2.20, Madhya 20.163, Madhya 20.376
  eka-dina—in one day    Madhya 4.11, Madhya 18.131, Madhya 24.267
  eka-sange—together    Madhya 8.241, Madhya 8.298, Madhya 12.42
  ara eka—another one    Madhya 2.27, Antya 5.121, Antya 20.96-98
  eka bindu—one drop.    Madhya 14.219, Antya 5.88
  eka bindu—one drop    Antya 1.180, Antya 3.88
  eka sloke—in one verse    Adi 1.28, Madhya 24.4
  eka eka—of each and every    Adi 10.162, Adi 10.162
  eka eka—one    Madhya 4.102, Madhya 4.102
  eka eka—a different    Madhya 14.99, Madhya 14.99
  eka eka—each and every one    Madhya 21.4, Madhya 21.4
  eka eka—certain    Madhya 21.6, Madhya 21.6
  eka eka—each of you    Madhya 24.259, Madhya 24.259
  eka eka—of each group    Antya 7.75, Antya 7.75
  eka eka bhakta-grhe—in the house of one devotee after another    Madhya 15.15, Madhya 15.15
  eka eka bhogera—of each and every offering    Madhya 15.239, Madhya 15.239
  eka eka bojhate—in exchange for each load of dry wood.    Madhya 25.204, Madhya 25.204
  eka eka dina—every day    Madhya 9.91, Madhya 9.91
  eka eka dina—each and every day    Madhya 15.15, Madhya 15.15
  eka eka dina kari—one day each    Madhya 14.67, Madhya 14.67
  eka eka dine—day by day    Madhya 9.92, Madhya 9.92
  eka eka dravyera—of each particular type of prasada    Antya 11.78, Antya 11.78
  eka eka grasa—one morsel    Antya 6.79, Antya 6.79
  eka eka jane—to each and every man    Madhya 14.37, Madhya 14.37
  eka eka jane—one person    Madhya 15.196, Madhya 15.196
  eka eka mandala—form a society    Adi 9.18, Adi 9.18
  eka eka paricchedera—of every chapter    Antya 20.141, Antya 20.141
  eka eka phalera—of each and every fruit    Madhya 15.72, Madhya 15.72
  eka eka punja—four palmfuls    Antya 11.78, Antya 11.78
  eka eka pate—on each and every plantain leaf.    Madhya 11.200, Madhya 11.200
  eka eka pate—on each and every plate    Antya 11.82, Antya 11.82
  eka eka ratri—one night after another    Madhya 19.127, Madhya 19.127
  eka eka vrksa-tale—under each and every tree    Madhya 14.99, Madhya 14.99
  eka eka vrksera—of one tree after another    Madhya 19.127, Madhya 19.127
  eka eka-dina—on each day    Madhya 15.196, Madhya 15.196
  eka pankti—in one line    Madhya 12.189, Madhya 12.192
  eka vatsara—one year    Antya 2.38, Antya 2.145
  eka vancha—one desire    Antya 11.31, Antya 16.22
  eka thani—in one place    Madhya 12.188, Madhya 21.75
  eka-amsah—one portion    Adi 1.9, Adi 5.50
  eka-bara—one time    Adi 3.6, Antya 3.108
  eka-bara—once only.    Madhya 9.26, Madhya 12.46
  eka-bara—once.    Madhya 17.70, Antya 13.31
  eka-bare—at one time    Madhya 3.75, Antya 15.8
  eka-sesah—only the last    Madhya 24.151, Madhya 24.297
  eka-dine—in one day    Antya 6.174, Antya 17.64
  eka-dinera—of one day    Antya 18.13, Antya 18.14
  eka-eka—each one of them    SB 4.25.20, SB 4.25.20
  eka-eka—in each    Adi 10.160, Adi 10.160
  eka-eka—in each one of them    Madhya 20.284, Madhya 20.284
  eka-ekasah—one after another    SB 5.16.8, SB 5.22.14
  eka-ekasyena—one after another    SB 5.1.33, SB 7.15.50-51
  eka-ekasmin—in one after another    SB 5.22.15, SB 5.22.16
  eka-ekasya—of each one    SB 4.27.9, SB 4.28.31
  eka-eka—one    SB 5.21.4, SB 5.21.4
  eka-kale—at one time    Antya 15.17, Antya 19.78
  eka-ramanam—chiefly producing conjugal attraction    Madhya 24.50, Antya 15.70
  eka-saptatim—seventy-one.    SB 3.11.24, SB 3.22.36
  eka-sthana—one place    Antya 13.40, Antya 13.69
  eka-vibhaktau—in the same case    Madhya 24.151, Madhya 24.297
  eka-atmanau—both the same in identity    Adi 1.5, Adi 4.55
  musti-eka—one handful    Madhya 3.82, Madhya 3.87
  agati-eka-gatim—to the only shelter for the conditioned souls who do not know the goal of life    Madhya 21.1
  bada-sakha eka—one of the biggest branches    Adi 10.130
  brahmara eka-dine—in one day of Brahma    Madhya 20.320
  sata-eka—one hundred    Madhya 19.139
  sata-eka-bijam—the root cause of hundreds    SB 3.9.2
  sri-vaisnava eka—a devotee belonging to the Ramanuja-sampradaya    Madhya 9.82
  dharma-eka-antasya—for one who is engaged in the ultimate occupational service    SB 1.2.9
  dhrta-eka-garbha—who conceive one child    SB 5.17.12
  eka ange—in one part of the body    Adi 5.166
  eka ange—by one portion    Madhya 22.135
  eka anjali—one palmful    Antya 16.46
  eka anucara—one follower    Madhya 16.161
  eka bahirvasa—one outward covering    Madhya 12.34
  eka bandi—one imprisoned person    Madhya 20.6
  eka bhakta—one devotee    Madhya 10.94
  eka bhakta-vyadhera—one devotee who was a hunter    Madhya 24.229
  eka bhaumika—one landowner    Madhya 20.17
  eka bhiksa—one favor    Madhya 19.249
  eka bindu—a drop.    Madhya 14.85
  eka bindu—even a drop.    Madhya 21.26
  eka bindu—only one drop.    Madhya 21.98
  eka brahmanda—one universe    Madhya 15.174
  eka brahmana—one brahmana    Antya 6.259
  eka sasaka—one rabbit    Madhya 24.233
  eka cauthi—one-fourth of a pot    Antya 8.53
  eka cauthi dhana—one-fourth of the riches    Madhya 19.7
  eka sila—one piece of stone    Madhya 18.16
  eka sloka—one verse.    Antya 19.44
  eka danda—one danda    Madhya 20.389
  eka daravesa—one Muslim mendicant    Madhya 20.49
  eka dine—in one day    Madhya 20.321
  eka dine—one day    Antya 6.159-160
  eka divasa—only one day.    Madhya 15.190
  eka dose—by one fault    Adi 16.69
  eka dvija—one brahmana    Madhya 7.136
  eka dvara—one door    Madhya 15.206
  eka dvara—another door    Madhya 15.206
  eka dane—one gift    Madhya 7.10
  eka isvara—the Lord is one    Madhya 9.155
  eka ghare—in one home    Adi 17.125
  eka gopa—one cowherd boy    Madhya 18.161
  eka gopera—of a milkman    Antya 6.174
  eka grama—to one village    Madhya 4.11
  eka grasi—one morsel.    Madhya 15.242
  eka guti—one bunch    Madhya 14.246
  eka haya—there is one topic    Madhya 8.192
  eka jana—one person.    Madhya 17.14
  eka janara—of one man    Antya 3.164
  eka jinda-pira—a living saint    Madhya 20.5
  eka jaliya—one fisherman    Antya 18.44
  eka kana—even a fraction    Madhya 21.102
  eka kana—one small particle    Antya 20.90-91
  eka kane—by one particle    Madhya 21.139
  eka kana—one fragment    Adi 5.157
  eka kana—one particle    Antya 20.71
  eka kala—one part of the part    Adi 5.125
  eka kari—as one and the same    Madhya 13.137
  eka kari—adjusting things    Madhya 21.147
  eka kaupina—only one piece of underwear    Madhya 3.29
  eka kona—one corner    Antya 10.111
  eka kunje—in one of the bushes    Madhya 4.35
  eka krsna—one Lord Krsna    Adi 6.83
  eka krsna-name—one holy name of Krsna    Madhya 15.107
  eka lila—a pastime.    Antya 13.76
  eka lilara—of one pastime only    Madhya 16.289
  eka lilaya—by one pastime    Antya 2.169
  eka mahaprabhu—one Mahaprabhu, or the supreme predominator    Adi 7.14
  eka mana—in one attention    Madhya 13.3
  eka manvantara-avatarera—of only one feature of the Lord, namely the manvantara-avatara    Madhya 20.324
  eka mata—the same version.    Madhya 25.100
  eka murti—one form    Madhya 13.64
  eka mana—the measurement of one mana    Antya 2.103
  eka nivedana—one request    Madhya 17.10
  eka nivedane—one submission    Madhya 17.9
  eka pada—a single step    Madhya 14.51
  eka paisara—of one paisa's worth    Madhya 25.205
  eka paduya—one student    Adi 17.248
  eka phala—one fruit    Madhya 15.173
  eka pasa haya—stand to one side.    Madhya 17.27
  eka pade—in one line    Adi 16.67
  eka ranca—one fractional part    Antya 11.20
  eka ratri—one night    Antya 1.40
  eka samsaya—one doubt    Madhya 8.267
  eka samvatsara—one full year.    Adi 17.34
  eka sama—one and the same.    Adi 5.97
  eka sampradaya—another group.    Madhya 13.47
  eka sampradaye—in one group    Madhya 11.227
  eka sannyasi—one mendicant    Madhya 16.162-163
  eka sevaka—one servant    Madhya 4.152
  eka sthane—one place.    Madhya 10.20
  eka stupa—in one stack    Madhya 4.69
  eka sara—the only essential point.    Madhya 22.3
  eka tuli—one pad    Madhya 13.11
  eka udumbara vrkse—in one udumbara tree    Madhya 15.172
  eka upaya—one means    Madhya 11.53
  eka vaisnava—one Vaisnava devotee    Madhya 20.47
  eka vairagi—a person in the renounced order    Antya 6.249
  eka varna—one complexion    Madhya 5.136
  eka vastu—one thing    Adi 16.76
  eka vrkse—on one tree    Madhya 15.128-129
  eka yukti—one plan    Madhya 12.33
  eka ajna—one order    Madhya 16.188
  eka atmarama—one atmarama    Madhya 24.150
  eka thani—one place    Madhya 7.120
  eka thani—together    Madhya 15.197
  eka thani—assembled in one place.    Antya 12.8
  eka thani—a place    Antya 14.62
  eka-agra—perfect attention    SB 4.24.79
  eka-agra-manah—with full attention    SB 4.29.82
  eka-agraya—with full attention    SB 8.17.2-3
  eka-agryena—with full attention    SB 5.2.2
  eka-aksaram—supreme, indestructible    Bg 8.13
  eka-anta—unalloyed    SB 1.15.33
  eka-anta—absolutely    SB 1.15.50
  eka-anta—the one which has no comparison    SB 3.6.37
  eka-antatah—unflinching    SB 5.6.16
  eka-arnave—in the ocean of inundation    SB 8.24.34-35
  eka-ayanah—the body of an ordinary living being is fully dependent on the material elements    SB 10.2.27
  eka-bhaktya—by exclusive devotion    SB 3.24.43
  eka-bhavena—by one birth    SB 4.9.30
  eka-bhutena—with great attention    SB 4.8.51
  eka-bhave—continuously in the same ecstasy    Adi 10.17
  eka-bhavena—accepting as qualitatively one    SB 4.31.18
  eka-bhavanam—having one nature    SB 4.7.54
  eka-bindu—one drop.    Madhya 18.228
  eka-bindu—even a drop.    Madhya 23.121
  eka-bindu—one drop    Antya 15.19
  eka-bindu-pane—if one drinks one drop    Madhya 25.278
  eka-bara—only one.    Madhya 24.296
  eka-bara—once more.    Antya 1.219
  eka-cakram—by one military force    SB 3.1.20
  eka-carah—alone    SB 5.5.30
  eka-carah—the tiger that wanders alone    SB 5.8.18
  eka-sata—one hundred    Madhya 12.78
  eka-sata mudra—one hundred coins    Antya 6.153
  eka-satam—101    SB 9.16.29
  eka-cetasah—all being of the same opinion    SB 6.5.21
  eka-sloka—one verse    Antya 13.128
  eka-svase—by one exhalation    Madhya 20.323
  eka-srnga-dharah—with one horn    SB 8.24.44
  eka-desa—one part    SB 5.3.4-5
  eka-desa—partial understanding.    Adi 7.129
  eka-desa—in one place    Madhya 20.110
  eka-desa-stham—lying down in one place    SB 6.16.53-54
  eka-dese—in one spot    SB 3.28.6
  eka-dese—in one corner    Madhya 21.29
  eka-dhanva—possessing one bow    SB 9.15.33
  eka-dhiyah—voting unanimously    SB 10.11.30
  eka-dhama—the only reservoir    SB 4.16.10
  eka-dhara—one stream    Madhya 3.36
  eka-dik ha-ite—to turn on one side    Antya 10.87
  eka-dike—on one side    Antya 7.64
  eka-dina—once upon a time    Madhya 18.135
  eka-dinera udyoge—by one day's attempt    Madhya 4.79
  eka-dui—one, two    Madhya 14.142
  eka-dui-tina-cari—one, two, three, four    Madhya 20.390
  eka-dana—one charity    Madhya 24.246
  eka-ekasah—one to one, or one after another    SB 2.2.13
  eka-ekasah—separately    SB 3.20.14
  eka-ekasah—every day    SB 5.8.8
  eka-ekasah—one by one    SB 5.21.18
  eka-ekasah—in succession, up to the outer limit of the universe    SB 5.24.7
  eka-ekasah—each one    SB 6.18.72
  eka-ekam—one after another    SB 4.10.8
  eka-ekam—each one    SB 6.18.62
  eka-ekasmin—in each island    SB 5.1.33
  eka-ekasyam—in each and every one of them    SB 3.3.9
  eka-gatim—the one goal    SB 4.7.59
  eka-ghare—in one room    Madhya 15.204
  eka-gramera—of one village    Madhya 4.92
  eka-grasa—one palmful    Madhya 3.94
  eka-grasa—one small quantity    Madhya 15.243
  eka-i—the same one    Adi 1.69-70
  eka-i—it is the same    Adi 5.19
  eka-i sarire—in the same body.    Madhya 21.71
  eka-i isvara—there is one God    Madhya 18.190
  eka-i laksana—the symptoms are one and the same    Madhya 22.99
  eka-i murtye—in one form    Madhya 20.188
  eka-i svarupa—one and the same    Madhya 9.115
  eka-jana—one man.    Madhya 9.356
  eka-jana—one of them.    Madhya 12.68
  eka-jana—only one person.    Madhya 16.270
  eka-jana—one    Madhya 16.273
  eka-jana—one other person    Madhya 19.18
  eka-jana—someone    Antya 18.46
  eka-jana-sange—with a servant    Madhya 20.40
  eka-jane nile—if I take someone    Madhya 17.13
  eka-janmana—in the duration of one life    SB 4.9.28
  eka-kana—one particle    Antya 17.45
  eka-kalasa—one big full jug    Antya 12.107
  eka-kare—in one hand only    SB 2.7.32
  eka-khani—one piece    Madhya 4.140
  eka-khani—in one place.    Madhya 8.294
  eka-khani—one    Madhya 11.175
  eka-khani—just one    Madhya 24.260
  eka-ksana—even for one moment    Madhya 20.43
  eka-ksana—for a moment    Antya 9.95
  eka-ksana—even for a moment.    Antya 13.38
  eka-ksane—in one moment    Madhya 21.17
  eka-ksane—at one time    Antya 15.17
  eka-kundalah—wearing only one earring    SB 5.25.7
  eka-kale—simultaneously    Madhya 13.52
  eka-lila—of one pastime    Antya 5.162
  eka-lilaya—in one activity    Antya 7.165
  eka-mana—rapt attention    Adi 1.31
  eka-mana—one mind    Antya 15.9
  eka-mana hana—with rapt attention    Madhya 2.44
  eka-manasah—of a man of undivided mind    SB 3.25.32
  eka-mane—with attention    Antya 8.102
  eka-mana hana—with great attention    Antya 2.30
  eka-manah—with great attention    SB 6.8.3
  eka-mata—one opinion    Adi 12.8
  eka-mata nahe—do not agree    Madhya 17.184
  eka-matya—with unflinching devotion    SB 4.8.21
  eka-musti—one palmful    Madhya 3.39
  eka-murti—one form.    Madhya 5.135
  eka-murtikam—although one.    Madhya 20.173
  eka-murtye—by one of His transcendental forms    Madhya 8.109
  eka-masa—one month    Madhya 18.47
  eka-masa—for one month    Madhya 18.48
  eka-masa rahi—staying for one month    Madhya 18.54
  eka-mase—in one month    Antya 3.124
  eka-matra—only one    Adi 6.98
  eka-matra—one matra (sixteen seers, or seras)    Antya 12.102
  eka-sasti—sixty-one    Madhya 24.312
  eka-sasti artha—sixty-one different meanings of the verse    Madhya 25.162
  eka-sasti prakara—sixty-one varieties    Madhya 25.161
  eka-sastih—sixty-one    SB 6.6.29-31
  eka-nidhih—the ocean    Antya 6.263
  eka-pancasat—fifty-one    SB 5.21.7
  eka-paricchede—in one chapter    Antya 13.136-137
  eka-pati—one master    SB 4.20.27
  eka-patni-vrata-dharah—taking a vow not to accept a second wife or to have any connection with any other woman    SB 9.10.54
  eka-patra nila—took one page written on a palm leaf    Antya 1.96
  eka-phane—on one of the hoods    Adi 5.119
  eka-phalera—one fruit's    Adi 9.28
  eka-pindi—one raised platform    Madhya 24.260
  eka-priya—the one beloved    SB 7.4.31-32
  eka-pasa—to one side.    Madhya 13.93
  eka-pasa hao—kindly turn on one side    Antya 10.86
  eka-pada—one fourth    Madhya 21.55
  eka-pada vibhuti—a one-fourth manifestation of My opulence    Madhya 21.87
  eka-pada vibhutira—of one fourth of the energy    Madhya 21.57
  eka-padam—only one leg    SB 1.16.20
  eka-padena—standing on one leg    SB 4.1.19
  eka-padena—even on one leg    SB 4.1.23
  eka-rasa—always existing    SB 10.13.54
  eka-rupa—one form    Adi 2.100
  eka-rupa—oneness.    Adi 4.86
  eka-rupa—one form.    Madhya 9.153
  eka-rupa—one and the same    Madhya 17.131
  eka-rupa hana—being one form    Antya 5.149
  eka-rupe—without change    Madhya 3.136
  eka-rupe—to the one    Madhya 19.121
  eka-rajam—the one king of the universe    SB 7.3.1
  eka-ratram—one night only    SB 9.14.39
  eka-ratrena—on the first night    SB 3.31.2
  eka-ratrena—in one night    SB 8.24.17
  eka-rat—the one emperor.    SB 1.18.5
  eka-rat—undisputed proprietor    SB 3.5.24
  eka-rat—the powerful dictator    SB 7.4.9-12
  eka-rat—the one emperor of the whole universe    SB 7.4.19
  eka-sange—together.    Madhya 9.169
  eka-sakhi—one gopi    Antya 18.82
  eka-santatim—the only son in the family    SB 6.14.52
  eka-sera—one kilogram    Madhya 5.100
  eka-stham—situated in one    Bg 13.31
  eka-sthayoh—with one and the same subject matter, establishing Brahman    SB 6.4.32
  eka-tanu—one body    Adi 5.175
  eka-tattva-rupa—one principle    Antya 5.149
  eka-thani—in one place    Adi 17.253
  eka-tanayoh—one attention.    SB 4.20.27
  eka-vapu—the same original form    Madhya 20.167
  eka-varnam—absolute, situated in pure goodness    SB 8.5.29
  eka-vastre—wearing one cloth    Antya 3.140
  eka-vastu—they are one in five    Adi 7.5
  eka-vastu magi—I wish to beg one thing    Madhya 24.244
  eka-vastuni—in one subject matter (the container of nectar)    SB 8.9.6
  eka-vatsara—for one year    Antya 4.214
  eka-vimsatim—twenty-one    SB 5.26.7
  eka-vimsatya—by twenty-one    SB 9.6.22
  eka-vimse—in the Twenty-first Chapter    Madhya 25.259
  eka-vidhah—one species    SB 3.10.26
  eka-vihara-akula—full of uninterrupted enjoyment    SB 5.24.10
  eka-vipra—one brahmana    Madhya 17.158
  eka-vitasti—about six inches long    Antya 6.299
  eka-vakya—one sentence    Madhya 15.99
  eka-vakyata—consistency    Antya 7.114
  eka-una-sata-kratuh—he who performed ninety-nine yajnas    SB 4.19.32
  eka-yuga—one age    Adi 3.7
  eka-akara—one form    Adi 17.113
  eka-atmaja—having only one son    SB 1.6.6
  eka-atmakam—as one    Antya 8.78
  eka-atmatam—merging into oneness    SB 3.25.34
  eka-atmyam—oneness    SB 4.13.8-9
  eka-avrttya—by one repetition    Madhya 9.33
  eka-thani—one body.    Adi 4.57
  eka-thani—at one place.    Antya 6.26
  eka yaiba—I shall go alone    Madhya 16.273
  eka yayena—goes alone    Antya 10.138
  he bhuvana-eka-bandho—O only friend of the universe    Madhya 2.65
  he karuna-eka-sindho—O ocean of mercy    Madhya 2.65
  kabhu eka mandala—sometimes one circle    Madhya 14.77
  kallolera eka bindu—one drop of one wave    Madhya 2.95
  kari eka sutra—by some means.    Antya 6.30
  kariha eka-sthane—arrange for one place.    Antya 13.65
  karuna-eka-sindho—O only ocean of mercy    Madhya 2.58
  krsna-eka-sarana—exclusively surrendered to Krsna    Madhya 22.78-80
  krsna-eka-sarana—exclusive shelter at the lotus feet of the Lord.    Madhya 22.93
  krsna-eka-nisthata—fully devoted to the lotus feet of Krsna    Madhya 19.211
  loka-eka-natha—the only proprietor of all the planetary systems    SB 6.9.33
  na eka-sirasam—who have many hoods    SB 5.24.29
  na eka-dha—not in one way    Adi 2.21
  na-eka-carah—the hogs that flock together    SB 5.8.18
  na-eka-utsava—celebrations simply for glorifying the Supreme Personality of Godhead    SB 10.12.35
  nija-eka-asrayataya—because of possessing all good qualities without depending on others    SB 8.8.23
  nityananda-eka-sarana—completely surrendered to the lotus feet of Nityananda    Adi 11.29
  pinda eka-khani—one wooden platform    Antya 6.299
  prakasanandera sisya eka—one of the disciples of Prakasananda Sarasvati    Madhya 25.23
  prema-eka-nisthah—those who have attained pure love of God    NoI 10
  pada-eka-mula—whose only shelter is the lotus feet    SB 6.11.24
  rahi eka-sange—keeping together.    Antya 4.104
  radhi eka vipra—one brahmana resident of Radha-desa (where the Ganges does not flow)    Madhya 16.51
  sarva-loka-eka-palakau—although They are the maintainers of all living beings throughout the whole universe    SB 10.11.45
  sattva-eka-nisthe—in full Krsna consciousness    SB 4.29.69
  yaugapada-eka-kartari—both activities in one person    SB 4.4.20
  ara eka—one more    Adi 17.172
  ara eka pathana—another Mohammedan    Madhya 18.207
  ara eka-jana—someone else    Madhya 19.23

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