Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: gaja

  gaja—big elephants and horses    SB 7.7.44
  gaja-indrah—the King of the elephants    SB 8.1.30, SB 8.2.31
  bala-gaja-lilah—acting like a baby elephant in a forest of sugarcane    SB 9.10.6-7
  gaja-ayuta—ten thousand elephants    SB 1.15.9
  gaja-bhitah—being afraid of the elephant of death    SB 5.13.18
  gaja-gaminim—walking just like a great elephant.    SB 4.25.24
  gaja-indram—the king of elephants    SB 3.19.35
  gaja-indrasya—of the King of the elephants    SB 8.2.30
  gaja-indrah—other elephants    SB 8.2.21
  gaja-kulaih—by herds of elephants    SB 9.10.17
  gaja-lilaya—playing like an elephant    SB 3.13.33
  gaja-matrah—just like an elephant    SB 3.13.19
  gaja-patim—the King of the elephants    SB 8.1.31
  gaja-raja-moksanam—delivering the King of the elephants    SB 8.4.14
  gaja-sahvayam—the city of Hastinapura    SB 4.31.30
  gaja-sahvaye—Hastinapura.    SB 1.4.6
  gaja-utkhate—plucked by an elephant    Antya 18.89
  gaja-yuddhe—in the fight of the elephants    Madhya 2.64
  gaja-yutha-pam—the King of the elephants, Gajendra    SB 8.4.13
  gaja-yutha-paya—unto the King of elephants (Gajendra).    SB 7.9.9
  gaja-adibhyah—by elephants and so on    SB 3.30.27
  gaja-ahvayat—from Hastinapura    SB 3.1.17
  maha-gaja—of big elephants    SB 5.24.16
  matta-gaja—a mad elephant    Adi 5.187
  matta-gaja—mad elephant    Madhya 2.64
  mrtyu-gaja-bhayat—out of fear of the elephant of death    SB 5.14.33

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