Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: kala

  kāla—time    SB 1.3.10, SB 1.6.8, SB 1.9.9, SB 1.15.27, SB 2.5.26-29, SB 2.9.3, SB 2.9.10, SB 3.5.33, SB 3.5.38, SB 3.7.33 (and more...)
  kāla—the time    SB 8.6.28, Adi 4.9, Adi 4.38, Madhya 6.7, Madhya 12.95
  kāla—of time    SB 3.30.17, SB 4.11.18, SB 5.14.29, SB 7.3.9-10, Madhya 6.226
  kalā—bananas    Madhya 15.86, Antya 6.57, Antya 6.91, Antya 6.93
  kāla—eternal time    SB 1.13.46, SB 2.5.34, SB 3.5.36, SB 3.10.14
  kalā—banana    Adi 13.110, Antya 6.53, Antya 18.104
  kala—melodious    Adi 2.2, Antya 4.64
  kalā—expansion    SB 4.15.3, SB 9.22.21-24
  kalā—part of a plenary portion    SB 4.19.37, Adi 2.70
  kalā—portion of a portion    Adi 1.11, Adi 5.109
  kalā—of the portion    Adi 4.117, Madhya 8.190
  kāla—times    Madhya 25.120, Madhya 25.122
  kalā—named Kalā    SB 4.1.13
  kalā—part of a plenary expansion    SB 4.16.3
  kalā—by particles    SB 4.31.28
  kalā—expansion of the body    SB 5.2.13
  kalā—an expansion of an expansion    SB 5.25.1
  kalā—of Brahmā’s sons    SB 8.5.21
  kalā—of the other fine arts    Adi 2.2
  kalā—a kalā, or part of the plenary portion    Adi 5.73
  kalā—part of the part    Adi 5.78
  kalā—bananas.    Adi 14.51
  kalā—mixed with bananas    Madhya 3.54
  kalā—with all potencies    Madhya 8.146
  kāla—destruction    SB 2.10.43
  kāla—deadly    SB 3.2.23
  kāla—Kālayavana    SB 3.3.10
  kāla—the eternal time    SB 3.5.26
  kāla—the duration of time    SB 3.5.28
  kāla—of eternal time    SB 3.5.35
  kāla—by time    SB 4.12.16
  kāla—the suitable time, such as springtime    SB 5.4.17
  kāla—and time    SB 8.23.16
  kāla—by the time factor    SB 10.13.53
  kāla—in time    Antya 20.18
  cira-kāla—for a long time    Adi 3.14, Madhya 9.113, Antya 13.39
  kalā-viśeṣaḥ—particular plenary portion or expansion    Adi 5.71, Madhya 20.281, Madhya 21.41
  kāla-rūpeṇa—in the form of time    SB 3.26.18, SB 8.12.40, SB 8.14.9
  sarva-kāla—always    Madhya 25.10, Antya 9.17, Antya 19.93
  bālya-kāla haite—from my childhood    Madhya 3.165, Madhya 9.28
  kala-pada—by the rhythms    Madhya 24.56, Antya 17.31
  kāla-kūṭa—of poison    Madhya 2.52, Antya 1.148
  kāla-viplutam—which are lost in time.    Adi 4.208, Madhya 24.183
  prātaḥ-kāla—morning    Adi 17.240, Antya 3.244
  aśru-kala—tears rolled down    SB 1.6.16
  aśru-kalā—with tears in the eyes    SB 1.17.27
  aśru-kalā—by drops of tears    SB 4.4.2
  amṛta-kalā—moonlike    SB 3.21.45-47
  bhagavat-kalā—an expansion of the plenary expansion of the Supreme Personality of Godhead    SB 5.9.17
  bhagavat-kalā—a partial incarnation of the Supreme Personality of Godhead    SB 8.13.20
  bālaka-kāla haite—since He was a boy    Antya 12.56
  bālya-kāla haite—from his very childhood    Madhya 16.222
  bāṣpa-kala-ākula-īkṣaṇaḥ—whose eyes were filled with tears    SB 8.23.1
  bāṣpa-kalā-uparodhataḥ—due to crying with tearful eyes    SB 6.14.50-51
  śarat-kāla haila—autumn arrived    Madhya 17.3
  śiśu-kāla haite—from the beginning of childhood    Antya 4.30
  cira-kāla—a long time.    Madhya 5.119
  cāṅpā-kalā—a kind of banana known as cāṅpā-kalā    Madhya 3.55
  cāṅpā-kalā—a kind of banana    Madhya 15.217
  cāṅpā-kalā—a special type of banana    Antya 6.58
  deśa-kāla-artha-tattva-jñaḥ—very experienced according to time, place and circumstances    SB 10.11.22
  deśa-kāla-deha-avasthāna—of country, time, body and position    SB 6.9.42
  deśa-kāla-jñaḥ—who was expert in understanding the time and situation    SB 7.2.18-19
  deśa-kāla-vidhāna-vit—completely aware of duties according to time, position and objective.    SB 9.20.16
  dharma-kalā—wife of Dharmarāja    SB 1.3.9
  ei kāla—this time    Madhya 2.59
  eka kalā—one part of the part    Adi 5.125
  eta-kāla—so long    Adi 17.126
  grīṣma-kāla—of the summer season    Madhya 4.169
  hareḥ kalā—an expansion of the Supreme Personality of Godhead.    SB 6.6.14
  jīva-kāla—the duration of life of all living entities    SB 10.8.37-39
  jñāna-kalā-avatīrṇam—who has descended as the incarnation of complete knowledge in His plenary portion known as Kapiladeva.    SB 5.10.19
  kala-akṣarāṇām—speaking in broken language    SB 7.6.11-13
  kala-bhāṣaṇāt—from the unclear speech of a child    SB 7.1.18
  kala-bhāṣiṇi—who could not talk clearly but talked in broken language    SB 6.1.25
  kala-bhāṣiṇām—with sweet words.    SB 3.30.8
  kala-dhvani—the low vibration    Antya 15.67
  kala-dhvani—the sweet vibration    Antya 17.46
  kala-gīta—from the choral singing    SB 8.15.20
  kala-gīta—with very sweet sounds    SB 9.18.6-7
  kala-haṁsa—swans    SB 4.3.12
  kala-haṁsa—with various kinds of swans    SB 5.2.4
  kala-haṁsaḥ—ducking swan    SB 1.11.2
  kala-kūjitaḥ—the melodious vibration    Madhya 23.82-83
  kala-padaiḥ—by chosen words    SB 1.8.44
  kala-padaiḥ—having sweet tones    Madhya 24.207
  kala-padam—pleasing songs    SB 3.2.34
  kala-padāyata—accompanied by sweet songs    SB 2.7.33
  kala-svanaiḥ—whose songs were very melodious    SB 8.2.14-19
  kala-veṇu-gītam—sweet vibrations made by playing the flute    Madhya 24.176
  kala-vākyaiḥ—and by very sweet broken language    SB 10.11.37
  kalā kahi—I say kalā    Adi 5.75
  kalā-aṁśa—plenary portions, or portions of the plenary portions    Madhya 21.40
  kalā-abhyāsa—studying a portion    Madhya 22.118
  kalā-ambubhiḥ—with water from drops    SB 7.5.21
  kalā-atyaye—after the annihilation of the material world.    SB 4.24.29
  kalā-baḍā—soft cake made with fried banana    Madhya 3.50
  kalā-baḍā—fried cakes made of banana    Madhya 15.215
  kalā-kholā—the skin of the banana tree    Madhya 15.209
  kalā-nidhi—reservoir of art and culture    Antya 19.43
  kalā-nidhinā—the master of all arts    Antya 1.184
  kalā-niyamena—by the order of plenary portions    Adi 5.155
  kalā-pāte—on a banana leaf    Antya 12.125
  kalā-vilāsa—the sixty-four arts    Madhya 8.183-184
  kalā-ātma-vattva-ādi—of being a direct incarnation of the Lord    SB 5.15.6
  kalāra kalā—as a plenary portion of a plenary portion    Adi 5.137
  kata kāla—for some time    Antya 19.26
  kata-kāla—for a long time    Antya 4.235
  kāla vastra—black garments    Madhya 18.185
  kāla yāya—time passes    Antya 11.13
  kāla-ahi—of the deadly snake of time, (which can cause immediate death)    SB 7.9.5
  kāla-anala-upamām—appearing just like the blazing fire of devastation.    SB 9.4.46
  kāla-antara-kṛtam—things done in the past, at a different time (in the kaumāra age)    SB 10.12.41
  kāla-anugatena—in due course of time    SB 3.8.13
  kāla-anukūlaiḥ—following the circumstances presented by time    SB 6.11.2-3
  kāla-atyayam—passing the time    SB 9.16.4
  kāla-avadhiḥ—the limited span of life (after which one’s evolution may be degrading or elevating).    SB 5.14.31
  kāla-ayane—in the wheel of time    SB 5.22.11
  kāla-cakra-gataḥ—positioned in the wheel of time    SB 5.22.5
  kāla-cakra-nija-āyudham—whose personal weapon is the disc of time    SB 5.14.29
  kāla-cakram—the wheel of eternal time    SB 6.5.19
  kāla-cakre—in the wheel of eternal time    SB 5.23.3
  kāla-cakreṇa—with the great wheel of time    SB 5.22.2
  kāla-codita—influenced by the course of time    SB 8.11.7
  kāla-coditaḥ—influenced by supreme time.    SB 1.6.9
  kāla-coditān—that which has grown naturally    SB 7.12.19
  kāla-coditāt—by the interaction of time    SB 3.5.27
  kāla-gatyā—advancement of time    SB 3.11.33
  kāla-gatyā—under the impulse of time    SB 3.26.35
  kāla-grastam—devoured by time    SB 7.8.42
  kāla-guṇān anu—according to seasonal changes    SB 10.3.34-35
  kāla-jam—born of time.    SB 6.6.9
  kāla-javena—by the most powerful time factor    SB 7.10.13
  kāla-jñaḥ—who knows the progress of time    SB 8.19.8
  kāla-kalpābhiḥ—exactly like the time factor, or death    SB 6.12.27-29
  kāla-kanyayā—by the daughter of Time    SB 4.28.13
  kāla-kanyā—by the daughter of Time    SB 4.27.27
  kāla-kanyā—the daughter of Kāla    SB 4.28.3
  kāla-kanyā—by Kālakanyā (the daughter of Time)    SB 4.28.10
  kāla-kanyā—the daughter of Time    SB 4.29.22
  kāla-kanyābhyām—and with Kālakanyā    SB 4.28.1
  kāla-karma—time and actions    SB 1.15.30
  kāla-kūṭam—the deadly poison    Madhya 22.98
  kāla-kṛtam—done by inevitable time    SB 1.9.14
  kāla-lava-viśeṣān—the moments of time    SB 4.29.54
  kāla-malāt—from the darkness of the age    SB 6.8.19
  kāla-mūrtiḥ—the personification of time.    SB 6.8.22
  kāla-nadyā—by the stream of time    Madhya 22.44
  kāla-nirdhūtaiḥ—vanquished in due course of time    SB 7.3.11
  kāla-prahitaḥ—being moved by time    SB 7.2.56
  kāla-pāśa-baddhaḥ—being bound by the ropes of time or Yamarāja    SB 5.26.8
  kāla-pāśa-āvṛtaḥ—being bound by the rules and regulations of Yamarāja    SB 10.4.43
  kāla-raṁhaḥ—the passing of time    SB 4.27.3
  kāla-raśanam—is moving because of time eternal    SB 8.11.8
  kāla-rūpaiḥ—in the forms of eternal time    SB 10.1.5-7
  kāla-rūpaḥ—in the disguise of all-devouring time    SB 1.13.49
  kāla-sañjñām—known as Kālī    SB 3.6.2
  kāla-sarpa-ākāra—just like a venomous snake    Madhya 11.10
  kāla-sūtram—Kālasūtra    SB 5.26.7
  kāla-sṛṣṭena—created by the time factor    SB 7.3.26-27
  kāla-sāmye—in agreement of time    Antya 1.134
  kāla-sāmyena—by a suitable time    Antya 1.135
  kāla-upapannam—obtained in the course of time    SB 5.11.6
  kāla-upapannām—suitable to the time and circumstances    SB 6.10.31
  kāla-vegena—by the force of time    SB 10.3.25
  kāla-vibhāgaiḥ—the divisions of time    SB 5.24.11
  kāla-vicāraṇā—consideration of time or place.    Madhya 6.225
  kāla-vidrute—destroyed in due course of time    SB 4.30.49
  kāla-vikramaḥ—the influence of time or annihilation    Madhya 20.270
  kāla-viṣa-mita—made crooked by time    SB 5.14.16
  kāla-viplutam—which are finished in the course of time.    SB 9.4.67
  kāla-vṛttyā—in due course of time, as the immediate cause of creation    Madhya 20.275
  kāla-yama—death knell.    Madhya 20.25
  kāla-yantritā—being forced by time    SB 7.2.52
  kāla-yānaḥ—in due course of time    SB 4.24.65
  kāla-ākhyaḥ—by the name eternal time    SB 3.12.1
  kāla-ākhyayā—by the name kāla    SB 3.8.12
  kāla-ākhyayā—by the name eternal time    SB 3.11.15
  kāla-ātmanaḥ—of He who is the controller of eternal time    SB 3.4.16
  kāla-ātmanaḥ—of the form of destruction    SB 9.4.53-54
  kāla-ātmanā—as the master of the time factor    SB 7.9.24
  kāla-ātmikām—the form of time    SB 3.8.11
  kālā-kṛṣṇadāsa—of the name Kālā Kṛṣṇadāsa    Adi 11.37
  kālā-kṛṣṇadāsa—Kālā Kṛṣṇadāsa    Madhya 10.75
  kālā-kṛṣṇadāse—Kālā Kṛṣṇadāsa    Madhya 10.62
  mada-kala—intoxicated    Antya 1.171
  nija-kāla-śaktyā—by the potent time factor    SB 7.9.33
  pañca-kāla—five times    Madhya 24.334
  prātaḥ-kāla dekhi—seeing the morning    Antya 3.117
  prātaḥ-kāla dekhi—seeing the morning light    Antya 3.244
  prātaḥ-kāla haila—morning arrived    Antya 19.100
  prātaḥ-kāla hailā—there was the light of morning.    Antya 3.116
  prātaḥ-kāla haite—beginning from the morning    Antya 2.59
  pūrṇa-kala—the full moon    Antya 15.67
  ratha-yātrā-kāla—the time for Ratha-yātrā festival    Madhya 16.48
  sama-kāla—simultaneously.    Madhya 13.101
  sarva-kāla—in all seasons    SB 3.23.14-15
  sarva-kāla—eternally    Madhya 25.274
  sarva-kāla—for all time    Antya 6.217
  sarva-kāla—all the time    Antya 10.83-84
  sarva-kāla—at all times    Antya 18.77
  sarva-kāla-sukha-āvaham—where in all seasons it is pleasing to live    SB 10.11.35
  sva-kāla-śaktyā—by His own potency the time factor    SB 10.1.22
  tat-kāla-anuguṇaḥ—according to the particular time    SB 7.1.8
  tat-kāla-jam—born at that time    SB 5.23.9
  tat-kāla-kṛta—which was effected by eternal time    SB 3.10.5
  tat-kāla-rajasā—by the passion of lusty desires at that moment    SB 5.14.9
  tri-kāla—the three periods of time (past, present and future)    SB 8.13.36
  vāṣpa-kala-ākula-akṣī—with tears in the eyes    SB 1.7.15
  vāsudeva-kalā anantaḥ—the plenary expansion of Lord Kṛṣṇa known as Anantadeva or Saṅkarṣaṇa Ananta, the all-pervasive incarnation of the Supreme Lord    SB 10.1.24
  yāvat kāla—as long as    Antya 14.23

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