Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: janah

  janah—a person    SB 1.5.19, SB 3.9.9, SB 4.29.76-77, SB 5.17.24, SB 5.18.3, SB 5.20.33, SB 7.9.11, SB 7.9.50, SB 7.15.20, SB 8.24.51
  janah—persons    Bg 7.16, Bg 9.22, Bg 16.7, Bg 17.5-6, SB 4.9.36, Madhya 11.28, Madhya 24.94
  janah—person    Bg 3.21, SB 1.13.20, SB 3.30.1, SB 4.4.7, SB 4.8.17, SB 5.12.5-6
  janah—the conditioned soul    SB 5.5.9, SB 5.13.9, SB 5.13.19, SB 7.2.42
  janah—people.    Bg 8.17, Bg 17.4, SB 4.15.11, SB 8.15.29
  janah—people in general    SB 1.8.36, SB 3.29.4, SB 7.13.14, SB 10.6.12
  janah—the devotees.    Adi 4.207, Madhya 19.173, Antya 3.189
  janah—the people in general    SB 4.20.30, SB 4.20.31
  janah—people in general    SB 7.9.25, SB 8.5.30
  janah—they.    SB 1.5.15
  janah—person.    SB 1.5.19
  janah—the planetary system above Mahar    SB 2.1.28
  janah—persons.    SB 3.7.17
  janah—the Janaloka planet    SB 3.13.25
  janah—the Janaloka planetary system    SB 3.13.44
  janah—anyone.    SB 4.10.21
  janah—the person    SB 4.13.34
  janah—all the people.    SB 4.13.40
  janah—a foolish person    SB 6.12.9
  janah—such a person.    SB 7.15.18
  janah—any person.    SB 8.21.22
  janah—the conditioned soul subjected to birth and death    SB 8.24.47
  janah—a person who is not a bona fide guru (an ordinary person)    SB 8.24.51
  janah—human society    SB 10.2.34
  janah—every living entity within this material world    SB 10.5.30
  janah—man    Adi 3.25
  janah—men    Madhya 17.178
  janah—person.    Bg 8.24
  janah—the public    SB 1.1.10
  janah—men    SB 1.4.12
  janah—the mass of people.    SB 1.18.44
  janah—pure devotees.    SB 3.29.13
  janah—the people in general    SB 4.9.51
  janah—living entities.    SB 4.29.68
  janah—all the people    SB 6.14.49
  janah—all the people of the universe    SB 7.9.14
  janah—such persons    SB 8.7.44
  janah—the total population    SB 8.24.49
  janah—and other expert men    SB 9.4.23
  janah—the pure devotees.    Madhya 6.270
  janah—devotees.    Madhya 9.268
  janah—persons.    Madhya 14.13
  maha-janah—self-realized predecessors    Madhya 17.186, Madhya 25.57
  bhakta-janah—devotees    Madhya 11.28
  dvija-janah—persons declaring themselves to be the higher three classes (brahmanas, ksatriyas and vaisyas)    SB 2.7.38
  janah ayam—all the people of the world.    SB 6.3.1
  janah ayam—these people in general    SB 7.9.23
  no janah—not ordinary persons.    SB 10.8.15
  punya-janah—the Yaksas    SB 4.11.4
  su-janah iva—like a perfect gentle person    SB 5.8.16
  suhrt-janah—allies    SB 6.15.21-23
  sva-janah—kinsman    SB 3.14.26
  sva-janah—a relative    SB 5.5.18
  sva-janah—relatives    SB 1.14.25
  tiryak-janah—even those who are not human beings    SB 2.7.46
  tiryak-janah—birds and beasts    Madhya 24.190
  yatratya-janah—the people of this tract of land    SB 5.6.13

a   b   c   d   e   f   g   h   i   j   k   l   m   n   o   p   q   r   s   t   u   v   w   x   y   z