Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: gopa

  gopa—cowherd boy    Adi 2.34, Adi 5.21, Madhya 15.22, Madhya 21.20, Antya 5.101
  gopa—of other cowherd men    Madhya 6.149
  gopa—cowherd    Madhya 9.112
  gopa—the cowherd boys    Antya 6.90
  gopa—the milkman    Antya 6.175
  gopa-veśa—dressed like a cowherd boy    Adi 11.21, Madhya 1.146, Madhya 13.129
  gopa-veśa—the dress of a cowherd boy    Madhya 1.79, Madhya 20.177, Madhya 21.101
  śrī-gopa-indra—of Nanda Mahārāja    Antya 15.14
  śyāma-gopa-rūpa—form as Śyāmasundara, the cowherd boy.    Madhya 8.268
  eka gopa—one cowherd boy    Madhya 18.161
  gopa āmi—I am a cowherd boy    Madhya 4.28
  gopa-abhimāna—thinking Himself a cowherd boy    Madhya 20.177
  gopa-avatāra—an incarnation of one of the cowherd boys    Antya 2.85
  gopa-bhāva—the ecstasy of the cowherd boys    Madhya 15.26
  gopa-bhāva—emotion of a cowherd boy    Madhya 20.187
  gopa-bālaka saba—all the cowherd boys    Madhya 3.13
  gopa-dārakāḥ—other boys born in the same neighborhood of the cowherd men    SB 10.8.32
  gopa-gaṇa—cowherd men    Madhya 15.241
  gopa-gaṇa—cowherd boys    Antya 6.75
  gopa-gaṇera yata—as many as are possessed by the cowherd boys    Madhya 21.21
  gopa-gobhiḥ—with cowherds and cows    SB 10.2.7
  gopa-gokula-nandanaḥ—just like a cowherd boy, born in a family of cowherd men as the son of the estate of Gokula    SB 10.8.16
  gopa-gopī-gavām—for all the cowherd men, the members of their families, and the cows    SB 10.11.28
  gopa-gopīṣu—all the inhabitants of Vṛndāvana, the gopas and the gopīs, associating with Nanda Mahārāja and Yaśodā and following in their footsteps    SB 10.8.51
  gopa-gṛhe—in the house of a cowherd    Adi 17.111
  gopa-indra-nandana—the son of the King of the cowherd men    Madhya 2.55
  gopa-jāti—belonging to the cowherd community    Madhya 9.135
  gopa-jāti—belonging to the community of cowherd boys    Antya 6.75
  gopa-līlāya—in His pastimes as a cowherd boy    Antya 19.12
  gopa-mūrti—the cowherd boy.    Madhya 20.166
  gopa-nārībhiḥ—with the gopīs    Madhya 17.214
  gopa-rājam—the king of the cowherds    SB 3.2.32
  gopa-rāmāṇām—of all the gopīs    Madhya 8.216
  gopa-rāmānām—of the women of Vraja    Adi 4.163
  gopa-sundarī—beautiful gopīs    Antya 18.90
  gopa-utsaṅga—the lap of a cowherd boy    Adi 5.139
  gopa-vadhvaḥ—the cowherd damsels.    SB 1.9.40
  gopa-vadhū-viṭena—by a boy engaged in joking with the gopīs.    Madhya 10.178
  gopa-vadhū-viṭena—engaged in joking with the gopīs.    Madhya 24.133
  gopa-vadhūṭī—of the cowherd girls    Madhya 19.98
  gopa-veśa—with the dress of a cowherd boy    Adi 17.279
  gopa-veśa hailā—dressed Himself as a cowherd boy    Madhya 15.17
  gopa-veśe—in the dress of cowherd boys    Adi 5.191
  gopa-vilāsī—an enjoyer as a cowherd boy    Adi 17.302
  gopa-vṛddhāḥ—the elderly persons among the cowherd men    SB 10.11.21
  gopā-aṅganā-gaṇa-vimohana—for bewildering the groups of the gopīs    Antya 1.162
  kata gopa—how many cowherd boys    Madhya 21.19
  nanda-gopa—Nanda and the cowherd men    SB 1.8.21
  nanda-gopā-abhinanditā—being honored by Mahārāja Nanda and mother Yaśodā    SB 10.5.17

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