Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: harsa

  harṣa—jubilation    SB 6.1.51, SB 10.4.27, Madhya 14.173, Madhya 14.188, Madhya 23.108, Madhya 25.69, Antya 20.1, Antya 20.5
  harṣa—happiness    Bg 12.15, Madhya 3.167, Madhya 6.30
  harṣa—delight    SB 1.11.29, SB 1.13.59
  harṣa—of jubilation    SB 7.3.25, Antya 16.121-122
  harṣa—joy    Madhya 2.76, Madhya 4.202
  harṣa—pleasure    Madhya 3.127, Madhya 3.132
  harṣa—gladdened    SB 1.11.4-5
  harṣa—joyfulness    Adi 7.89-90
  harṣa—pleased    Madhya 6.217
  harṣa—exuberation    Madhya 13.84
  harṣa—very happy    Madhya 19.68
  harṣa-śoka—jubilation and lamentation    SB 6.14.29, Antya 15.69
  harṣa-ādi—like jubilation    Madhya 8.174, Madhya 14.167
  dena harṣa-mane—delivers in great happiness.    Madhya 15.244
  harṣa-śoka—sometimes by jubilation and sometimes by distress    SB 7.9.39
  harṣa-śoka—happiness and lamentation.    Antya 18.9
  harṣa-śoka-anvitaḥ—complicated, with joy and sorrow    Bg 18.27
  harṣa-śoka-bhaya-ādayaḥ—the sons named Harṣa, Śoka, Bhaya and so on.    SB 6.6.10-11
  harṣa-śoka-vivardhanaḥ—simultaneously arousing pleasure and lamentation.    SB 10.2.4-5
  harṣa-mati—very pleased    Adi 13.121
  harṣa-vegena—by great satisfaction    SB 4.9.38
  harṣa-viṣāde—in mixed happiness and distress    Antya 11.100
  harṣa-ādi—beginning with jubilation    Antya 15.86
  nirveda-harṣa-ādi—complete despondency, jubilation and so on    Madhya 23.52

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