Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: jati

  jāti—caste    Adi 17.128, Madhya 10.138, Madhya 19.69, Antya 4.67
  jāti—of the class or caste    SB 6.15.8
  jāti—caste distinction    Adi 11.27
  jāti—by community    Adi 17.170
  jāti—birthright    Antya 3.163
  jāti—O plant of jātī flowers    Antya 15.34
  nīca-jāti—belong to a lower caste    Madhya 24.325, Antya 16.18
  puruṣa-jāti—belonging to the male class    Antya 15.37, Antya 16.144
  bhūṅimāli-jāti—belonging to the bhūṅimāli caste    Antya 16.14
  brāhmaṇa-jāti—born in a brāhmaṇa family    Madhya 1.193
  gopa-jāti—belonging to the cowherd community    Madhya 9.135
  gopa-jāti—belonging to the community of cowherd boys    Antya 6.75
  hīna-jāti—in a low family    Antya 11.27
  jīva-jāti—species of living entities    Antya 3.78-79
  jāti laha—then take his caste    Madhya 25.192
  jāti nile—if I take his caste    Madhya 25.192
  jāti-antare—belonging to a different species of life    SB 5.8.26
  jāti-dharmāḥ—community project    Bg 1.42
  jāti-kula nāhi—there is no indication of Your caste and family    Madhya 3.97
  jāti-nṛśaṁsānām—of those who are by nature very envious    SB 8.9.19
  jāti-smaraḥ—able to remember his past life    SB 9.8.15-16
  manuṣya-jāti—entities born as human beings    Madhya 19.145
  mleccha-jāti—belonging to the meat-eater caste    Madhya 1.197
  nīca jāti—born of a low family    Madhya 20.99
  nīca-jāti—classified among the fallen    Madhya 1.189
  nīca-jāti—low caste    Madhya 11.165
  nīca-jāti—lower class    Madhya 23.120
  nīca-jāti—of a lower caste    Antya 4.6
  nīca-jāti—of a low caste    Antya 4.20
  nīca-jāti—a lowborn person    Antya 4.66
  nīca-jāti—lowborn    Antya 4.152
  nīca-jāti—coming from a family of a very low caste    Antya 16.23
  nīca-jāti—belonging to a lower caste    Antya 16.29
  nija-jāti—as belonging to the same family    Antya 16.148
  nānā-jāti—of many varieties    Antya 18.104
  rājaputa-jāti—belonging to the kṣatriya class    Madhya 18.82
  rājaputa-jāti—belong to the Rājaputa caste    Madhya 18.86
  sahasra-jāti—thousands of varieties    Antya 18.105
  strī-jāti—belonging to the class of women    Antya 15.38
  tat-jāti-rāsena—by sense gratification in the association of such debauchees    SB 5.13.17
  vaidya-jāti—by caste a physician    Madhya 17.92
  yavana jāti—by caste a Muslim    Madhya 1.223

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