Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: jata

  jāta—in this way develops    Adi 7.94, Madhya 9.262, Madhya 23.41, Madhya 25.141, Antya 3.179
  jāta—produced    SB 5.6.8, SB 5.12.16, Antya 13.1
  jaṭā—matted hair    SB 4.6.36, SB 7.12.4
  jaṭā—of hair    SB 5.2.14
  jāta—having grown up    SB 1.13.2
  jāta—becomes    SB 1.13.27
  jāta—there was    SB 1.17.35
  jāta—arisen    SB 3.30.21
  jāta—fulfilled    SB 4.9.44
  jāta—aroused    SB 4.24.24-25
  jāta—manifested    SB 5.18.36
  jāta—had grown    SB 9.7.17
  jāta—became    SB 9.21.3-5
  jāta—overwhelmed    SB 10.5.1-2
  jāta—developed    Madhya 23.18-19
  jāta—appeared    Antya 18.1
  jātā—having attained    SB 1.6.23
  jātā—was born    SB 9.13.18
  jātā—developed    SB 10.1.15
  jātā—has grown.    Adi 16.82
  jātā—generated    Madhya 22.16
  jaṭa-ācchannam—covered with compressed, long hair    SB 1.18.27
  jaṭā-bhasma-asthi-dhāriṇaḥ—wearing long hair, ashes and bones    SB 4.2.29
  jaṭā-dīdhitibhiḥ—by the effulgence of the hair on his head    SB 7.3.3
  jaṭā-dharaḥ—keeping matted locks of hair    SB 6.17.7
  jaṭā-dharaḥ—with matted locks    SB 8.4.8
  jaṭā-jūṭaiḥ—with matted locks of hair    SB 5.17.3
  jaṭā-kalāpaḥ—bunches of matted hair    SB 3.14.25
  jaṭā-kalāpaḥ—his bunch of hair    SB 4.5.10
  jāta-ajāta-rati-bhede—by distinction of mature love and immature love    Madhya 24.288
  jāta-anurāgāḥ—experiencing a great longing or attraction    SB 10.13.33
  jāta-bhāvaḥ—struck with fondness    SB 3.23.36-37
  jāta-śraddhaḥ—has awakened his attraction    Madhya 22.50
  jāta-harṣaḥ—naturally jubilant    SB 3.21.12
  jāta-hṛt-śayāḥ—their hearts being filled with lust to enjoy Her.    SB 8.9.2
  jāta-kampam ca—as they were very nicely moving and quivering    SB 10.9.3
  jāta-karma—the festival for the birth of the child    SB 10.5.1-2
  jāta-karma—the auspicious ceremony at the time of birth    Adi 13.108
  jāta-kṣobhān—who became agitated    SB 8.6.28
  jāta-kṣobhāt—the equilibrium was agitated    SB 3.20.12
  jāta-manyavaḥ—aggravated by usual anger.    SB 8.21.14
  jāta-matsarāḥ—envious    SB 8.8.39-40
  jāta-mātrām—the newborn child    SB 10.4.8
  jāta-pakṣaḥ—one that has grown its wings    SB 9.19.24
  jāta-rati sādhaka-bhakta—devotees who have become mature by devotional service    Madhya 24.290
  jāta-rūpam—gold    SB 1.17.39
  jāta-sambhramāḥ—with the same affection and respect they always maintained.    SB 10.6.18
  jāta-snehaḥ—became compassionate    SB 3.25.31
  jāta-spṛhaḥ—became sexually inclined    SB 9.6.39-40
  jāta-sunirvedaḥ—(Ajāmila) who had become detached from the material conception of life    SB 6.2.39
  jāta-sādhvasaḥ—becoming afraid    SB 9.3.8
  jāta-ullāsāḥ—having awakened pleasure    Madhya 8.211
  jāta-vairāgyaḥ—detachment is born    SB 3.27.27
  jāta-vedasam—a fire covered by ashes in Vedic ritualistic ceremonies    SB 5.10.5
  jāta-vedaḥ—from which all the devotee’s desires are fulfilled    SB 5.7.14
  jāta-vedaḥ—O fire-god    SB 5.20.17
  jāta-vedāḥ—the producer of wealth or of all necessities of life    SB 8.5.35
  jāta-vedāḥ—meant for material enjoyment according to the Vedic principles    SB 9.14.46
  jāta-vedāḥ—fire personified    SB 10.10.28
  jāta-vepathuḥ—shaking.    SB 4.4.2
  jāta-virāgaḥ—having developed distaste    SB 3.25.26
  jāta-virāgāya—to him who has developed detachment    SB 3.32.42
  kuṭila-jaṭā—of curling and matted hair    SB 5.7.13
  su-jāta—ultimately beautiful    SB 4.24.45-46
  sva-jaṭā—bunch of hairs    SB 3.8.5

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