Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: gah

  gāḥ—cows    SB 9.2.3, SB 10.11.18
  gāḥ—the cows    SB 9.20.24-26, Madhya 24.207
  gāḥ—bulls    SB 6.3.13
  akiñcana-gaḥ—approachable by the materially free    SB 4.31.29
  daiva-vaśa-gaḥ—under the control of the Personality of Godhead    SB 3.28.38
  gandha-gaḥ—which perceives aromas.    SB 3.26.44
  garbha-gaḥ—came within my womb    SB 10.3.31
  guru-talpa-gaḥ—one who indulges in sex with the wife of his teacher or guru    SB 6.2.9-10
  gāḥ ca—cows and persons engaged in protecting cows    SB 10.4.40
  gāḥ tandrīm—become dejected    SB 3.9.29
  sarva-gaḥ—able to go everywhere    SB 4.20.7
  sarva-gaḥ—who is all-pervasive.    SB 6.8.32-33
  sarva-gaḥ—qualified to go anywhere in the material or spiritual worlds    SB 7.2.22
  sarvatra-gaḥ—blowing everywhere    Bg 9.6
  su-gāḥ—the celestial singers    SB 10.12.34
  sāma-gaḥ—that of the Sāma Veda    SB 1.4.21
  sāma-gaḥ—engaged as the reciter of the Sāma Veda mantras.    SB 9.7.22
  tat-vaśa-gāḥ—under the control of him    SB 6.14.20
  āpa-gāḥ—the waters of the rivers.    SB 6.1.18

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