Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: ete

  ete—all these    Bg 2.15, Bg 4.30, Bg 8.26, Bg 8.27, Bg 11.33, Bg 18.15, SB 1.3.28, SB 1.4.23, SB 1.16.26-30, SB 2.5.32 (and more...)
  ete—these    Bg 7.18, SB 2.6.27, SB 3.26.62, SB 4.7.43, SB 4.12.36, SB 6.3.20-21, SB 6.9.39, Adi 2.67, Madhya 9.143, Madhya 20.156 (and more...)
  ete—all of them    SB 4.25.8, SB 4.29.42-44, SB 7.14.30-33, SB 8.3.30, SB 9.2.35-36, SB 9.12.9, SB 9.13.27, SB 9.20.4-5, SB 9.24.47-48, SB 10.8.34
  ete—all of these    SB 5.17.22-23, SB 6.1.42, SB 6.15.12-15
  ete—those    Bg 1.23
  ete—they    Bg 1.37-38
  ete—all that is described    SB 2.2.32
  ete—of all these physical elements    SB 3.5.38
  ete—Ourselves    SB 3.18.11
  ete—all    SB 4.1.46-47
  ete—all these (descriptions of astronomical calculations)    SB 7.14.24
  ete—on this path (as recommended above)    SB 7.15.56
  ete—the demons    SB 8.10.19-24
  ete—all these soldiers of the demigods    SB 8.21.23
  ete—the sons begotten by Aṅgirā    SB 9.6.3
  ete—all the above-mentioned kings    SB 9.12.15
  ete—this Kṛṣṇa and His associates, the cowherd boys    SB 10.12.15
  ete—these boys    SB 10.13.39
  ete—these calves    SB 10.13.39
  ete—these boys with their calves    SB 10.13.42
  te ete—those very    SB 3.25.24, SB 3.32.4
  daśa ete—all these ten (creations)    SB 3.10.28-29
  ete-śabde—in the word ete (these)    Adi 2.80

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