Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: kanti

  kānti—luster    Adi 5.184, Madhya 8.18, Madhya 12.212, Madhya 12.213
  kānti—the luster    Madhya 3.110, Madhya 13.106
  kānti—the splendor    Adi 4.92
  kānti—and luster    Adi 4.99-100
  aṅga-kānti—bodily effulgence.    Adi 2.15
  aṅga-kānti—the bodily rays    Madhya 20.159
  bhāva-kānti—luster of ecstatic love    Adi 4.267
  bhāva-kānti—ecstatic love and luster    Madhya 8.279
  candra-kānti—a kind of bread made from urad dhal    Madhya 14.31
  deha-kānti—of the luster of the body    Madhya 13.106
  deha-kānti—the luster of the body    Madhya 18.118
  gaura-kānti—a bodily luster like that of Lord Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu    Antya 2.20
  kṛṣṇa-kānti—the complexion of Kṛṣṇa    Antya 15.64
  kānti-amṛta—the nectar of His bodily luster    Antya 19.36
  kānti-amṛta-dhāra—the showers of the nectar of Kṛṣṇa's bodily luster.    Antya 19.42
  kānti-śabde—by the word kānti    Adi 4.93
  kānti-matīm—shining    SB 3.20.39
  sama kānti—the luster like    Antya 19.41
  sama-kānti—same luster    Adi 3.41
  sarva-kānti-śabdera—of the word sarva-kānti    Adi 4.94
  smita-kānti—the sweetness of Her smile    Madhya 8.170
  sundara-kānti—attractive luster    Madhya 12.214
  vastra-kānti—the beauty of the garments    Madhya 3.110

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