Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: kanta

  kāṅṭā—thorns    Antya 13.82
  kānta—lover.    Adi 17.277
  kānta—of her husband, Nārāyaṇa    Madhya 9.111
  kāntā—wife    SB 9.10.22
  kāntā—lovers    Adi 4.80
  kāntā—lover    Antya 7.25
  kāntā—the beloved    Antya 20.54
  śrī-kānta—Śrīkānta    Madhya 20.38
  śrī-kānta—Śrīkānta Sena    Antya 2.44
  śrī-kānta-sena nāma—named Śrīkānta Sena    Antya 2.37
  hata-sva-kānta-smaraṇena—the asura was thinking of his own dead relatives, who would not be satisfied unless Kṛṣṇa were dead    SB 10.12.26
  kṛṣṇa-kāntā—of the lovers of Lord Kṛṣṇa    Adi 4.69
  kṛṣṇa-kāntā-gaṇa—the lovers of Lord Kṛṣṇa    Adi 4.74-75
  kānta-aṅga—with the body of the beloved    Antya 15.44
  kānta-bhāve—on the platform of conjugal love    Madhya 19.232
  kānta-kāma—fulfilling one’s desires    SB 9.11.31-34
  kānta-kāminīḥ—desiring to get the he-goat as their husband    SB 9.19.5-6
  kānta-sakhāḥ—with their husbands and friends    SB 4.3.12
  kānta-sevā-sukha-pūra—the service of the Lord is the home of happiness    Antya 20.60
  kāntā kari—accepting as beloved    Antya 20.59
  kāntā-bhāvera—of the condition of the female    Madhya 14.191
  kāntā-gaṇa—lovers    Adi 3.12
  kāntā-gaṇa—of the lovers    Adi 4.74-75
  kāntā-gaṇa—beloved damsels    Madhya 24.290
  kāntā-gaṇa—the beloved gopīs    Antya 18.83
  kāntā-gaṇera—of the lovers of Kṛṣṇa    Adi 4.74-75
  kāntā-gaṇera—of the devotees in conjugal love    Madhya 24.34
  kāntā-prema—loving service between husband and wife    Madhya 8.79
  lakṣmī-kānta—the husband of the goddess of opulence    Adi 2.23
  lakṣmī-kānta-ādi—goddess of fortune's husband (Nārāyaṇa)    Madhya 8.145
  saba kāntā-gaṇa—all the beloved gopīs    Antya 18.100
  sakhā guru kāntā-gaṇa—friends, superiors and beloved damsels    Madhya 24.289
  sarva-kāntā—of all the Lord's lovers    Adi 4.82
  seyā-kulera kāṅṭā—it is like the thorn of the seyā berry tree.    Antya 19.40

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