Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: jane

  jāne—knows    Adi 4.161, Adi 4.226, Adi 5.120, Adi 5.125, Madhya 1.59, Madhya 1.125, Madhya 1.213, Madhya 2.16, Madhya 2.53, Madhya 3.121 (and more...)
  jāne—know    Adi 3.90, Adi 6.105-106, Adi 7.42, Adi 9.29, Adi 10.36, Adi 10.52, Adi 11.47, Adi 12.30, Adi 17.87, Adi 17.201-202 (and more...)
  jāne—knows.    Adi 4.254, Adi 4.257, Adi 13.99, Madhya 6.82, Antya 6.234
  jāne—I know    SB 4.6.42, Antya 1.99, Antya 1.120, Antya 1.145
  jāne—He knows    Adi 5.137, Adi 14.59, Antya 12.154
  jāne—one knows    Adi 5.12, Adi 5.132
  jāne—knew    Madhya 16.221, Antya 13.75
  jāne—can understand    Madhya 20.386, Antya 10.150
  jane—to the living beings    SB 1.17.14
  jane—while the people    SB 4.4.31
  jane—when all the people present there    SB 9.10.23
  jane—person    Madhya 1.69
  jane—persons.    Madhya 1.217
  jane—the persons    Madhya 8.56
  jane—a person    Madhya 8.97
  jane—in a person.    Madhya 23.18-19
  jāne—he knew    Adi 14.90
  jāne—may know.    Madhya 5.115
  jāne—know.    Madhya 14.125
  jāne—he believes.    Madhya 23.28
  jāne—understands.    Antya 5.163
  jāne—one can understand    Antya 10.100
  jāne—he understands.    Antya 13.133
  jāne—know how    Antya 20.149
  nā jāne—does not know    Adi 4.150, Adi 8.56, Madhya 2.32, Madhya 3.134, Madhya 13.122, Madhya 13.149, Madhya 18.4, Madhya 19.203, Antya 4.85, Antya 4.159 (and more...)
  dui jane—both of them    Madhya 8.233, Madhya 9.321, Madhya 9.329, Madhya 11.16, Madhya 11.171, Madhya 11.179, Antya 6.195, Antya 14.56
  nāhi jāne—does not know    Madhya 14.14, Madhya 14.149, Madhya 15.173, Madhya 21.133, Madhya 25.92, Antya 4.86, Antya 5.104-105, Antya 6.251
  dui-jane—two persons    Adi 10.23, Madhya 10.120, Madhya 12.196, Madhya 17.98, Antya 8.32
  dui-jane—both of them    Madhya 5.35, Madhya 6.228, Madhya 9.302, Madhya 11.187, Antya 2.52
  keha nāhi jāne—no one knows    Madhya 15.38, Antya 1.75, Antya 2.151, Antya 4.204
  nāhi jāne—do not know    Adi 6.104, Madhya 10.110, Madhya 13.67
  dui-jane—the two persons    Madhya 16.147, Madhya 20.53
  keha nāhi jāne—no one could understand.    Antya 2.114, Antya 6.82
  nā jāne—did not know    Madhya 1.237, Antya 13.75
  nāhi jāne—could not understand.    Antya 2.149, Antya 4.119
  sei jāne—he knows    Madhya 2.51, Madhya 9.308
  aiśvarya nā jāne—he does not know opulence    Madhya 14.217
  ayācaka-jane—a person who does not beg    Madhya 4.29
  bhāla jāne—knows very well how    Antya 5.82
  cāri jane—to these four persons    Madhya 13.35
  cāri-jane—four persons    Madhya 10.67
  daśa-biśa jane—enough for ten to twenty men    Madhya 24.267
  daṇḍya-jane—a criminal    Madhya 20.118
  dīna-hīna jane—unto all poor men    Madhya 14.44
  diyā bahu-jane—carried by many persons.    Madhya 16.124
  dui jane—unto the two persons    Madhya 1.218
  dui jane—unto the two personalities    Madhya 3.102
  dui jane—the two persons, namely Mukunda and Haridāsa    Madhya 3.107
  dui jane—both the persons    Madhya 9.293
  dui jane—the two of them    Madhya 9.328
  dui jane—both persons    Madhya 10.121
  dui jane—two persons.    Madhya 14.80
  dui jane—between the two of them    Madhya 19.62
  dui jane—to two persons, Śrīla Rūpa Gosvāmī and Haridāsa Ṭhākura.    Antya 1.59
  dui-dui jane—forming a party of two men    Madhya 14.78
  dui-jane—both the brāhmaṇas    Madhya 5.34
  dui-jane—both of us    Madhya 8.298
  dui-jane—those two persons    Madhya 12.188
  dui-jane—unto the two    Madhya 15.133
  dui-jane—the two brothers.    Madhya 16.221
  dui-jane—both.    Madhya 19.49
  dui-jane—both of you.    Madhya 24.262
  dui-jane—two young girls    Antya 5.22
  dui-jane—two girls    Antya 5.25
  dui-jane—between the two.    Antya 7.143
  dui-jane parāila—placed on the necks of two personalities    Madhya 16.39
  eka eka jane—to each and every man    Madhya 14.37
  eka eka jane—one person    Madhya 15.196
  eka-jane nile—if I take someone    Madhya 17.13
  ihā nāhi jāne—one does not know.    Madhya 11.232
  jaga-jane—the people of the world.    Antya 8.32
  kata jane—some people    Madhya 15.43
  ke jāne—who can know    Madhya 8.37
  ke jāne—who can understand    Antya 1.210
  khāya dui jane—the two of them required to eat.    Madhya 24.267
  kon jane—what person.    Madhya 11.40
  kon jāne—who can know    Antya 5.26
  loke jāne—the people understood    Madhya 13.103
  mahā-jane—a great personality    Antya 13.50
  mahā-jane—great personalities    Antya 16.145
  milena dui-jane—meets both of them    Antya 4.52
  māt jāne—He does not know    Antya 9.126
  mātra jāne—only knows    Madhya 11.232
  na jāne—do not know    Bg 11.25
  nā jāne—will not know    Adi 4.30
  nā jāne—could not understand    Antya 13.80
  nā jāne—did not understand    Antya 18.29
  nāhi jāne—they do not know    Adi 10.11
  nāhi jāne—he did not know    Adi 11.37
  nāhi jāne—cannot understand    Antya 12.92
  nāhi jāne—did not understand.    Antya 14.29
  nāhi jāne anya—do not know anything else.    Adi 5.229
  pañca-jane—the five members of the Pañca-tattva    Adi 7.28
  pañca-jane—to five men    Madhya 4.207
  prabhu jāne—the Lord knows    Madhya 3.66
  pāṅca-chaya jane—five or six men.    Madhya 16.276
  rāmānanda jāne—Rāmānanda Rāya knows    Antya 5.7
  saba bhakta-jane—in the lives of all devotees    Madhya 19.217
  saba jāne—knows everything    Madhya 15.127
  sarva-jane—for everyone.    Madhya 12.61
  sei daśa jane—those ten men    Antya 6.181
  sei dui jane—to those two persons    Madhya 11.120-121
  sei dui-jane—to those two persons    Madhya 11.123
  sei jāne—he can understand    Madhya 25.277
  sei mahā-jane—to such a great personality    Madhya 7.131-132
  sva-jane—one's own family    Adi 4.167-169
  tina jane—the three persons    Madhya 11.208
  tina jane—you three persons.    Madhya 15.132
  tina-jane—the three persons    Madhya 17.147
  tina-jane—to the three Deities    Antya 2.61
  tina-jane—three persons    Antya 8.10
  tina-jane—three men.    Antya 8.87
  tomarā dui-jane—both of You    Antya 1.56
  tāhā jāne—knows that.    Madhya 15.233
  vraja-jane—to the inhabitants of Vṛndāvana    Madhya 13.146
  vraja-vāsi-jane—in the inhabitants of Vraja, or Vṛndāvana    Madhya 22.149
  ye jāne—anyone who knows    Adi 5.128
  yei jane—the person who    Madhya 12.194
  yei jane—any person who    Madhya 19.256
  āmi-dui-jane—both of us.    Antya 4.33

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