Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: kaya

  kāya—body    Bg 18.8, Bg 18.51-53, SB 4.14.15, SB-4.21.33, Adi 4.71, Madhya 13.163
  kaya—say.    Adi 2.106, Madhya 1.18, Madhya 23.17, Madhya 25.51
  kaya—says    Adi 4.35, Madhya 24.180, Antya 5.141, Antya 16.28
  kaya—says.    Adi 6.24, Madhya 20.19, Madhya 24.145
  kaya—say    Madhya 6.137, Madhya 22.5, Madhya 22.54
  kaya—describes.    Madhya 6.133, Madhya 6.178
  kaya—is said    Madhya 6.274, Madhya 24.152
  kaya—is said.    Madhya 19.177, Madhya 24.82
  kāya—which    Madhya 19.102, Madhya 19.103
  kaya—is spoken    Adi 2.18
  kaya—it is said    Adi 5.88
  kaya—describe    Adi 7.86
  kaya—speaks    Madhya 2.49
  kaya—discussed    Madhya 8.56
  kaya—are described.    Madhya 19.169
  kaya—is meant    Madhya 24.221
  kaya—has said.    Madhya 25.94
  kaya—are explained    Madhya 25.131
  kaya—utters.    Antya 5.129
  kaya—mother Sarasvatī says.    Antya 5.145
  kaya—is called    Antya 16.132
  kaya—said    Antya 18.60
  kayā—under what condition    SB 1.6.3
  kayā—by which    SB 1.13.9
  kāya—unto Kaśyapa    SB 6.6.2
  kāya—of Her body    Adi 4.79
  kāya—bodies.    Adi 5.19
  kāya—what    Madhya 19.101
  kāya—which one    Madhya 19.104
  kāya—body.    Antya 5.49-50
  kāya—possessing a body.    Antya 5.118
  kāya—business    Antya 13.61
  kāya—bodies    Antya 15.75
  kāya—the bodies    Antya 16.123
  anyera ki kāya—apart from the actions of others    Madhya 13.178
  bhinna-mātra kāya—only two different bodies    Adi 5.5
  bhāgavate kaya—it is said in Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam    Madhya 25.30
  cāri kāya—four bodies.    Adi 5.9
  śāstre kaya—are mentioned in the śāstras.    Antya 11.14
  garhā-artha kaya—in the sense of censure.    Madhya 24.225
  gauṇa artha kaya—this is also another secondary import.    Madhya 24.224
  ibha-kāya-nibhānām—and which are as large as the bodies of elephants    SB 5.16.19
  ki kāya—what business    Madhya 15.51
  kṣīṇa kāya—skinny body    Antya 13.5
  kāya-abhyantara-vahninā—because of the fire of hunger and thirst within the body    SB 5.14.19
  kāya-śiraḥ—body and head    Bg 6.13-14
  kāya-jasya—and body    SB 7.15.8
  kāya-manaḥ-vākye—by His body, mind and words    Adi 6.92
  kāya-manaḥ-vākye—with heart and soul    Adi 8.62
  kāya-manaḥ-vākye—with My body, mind and words    Madhya 12.50
  kāya-manaḥ-vākye—with body, mind and words    Antya 6.173
  kāya-mane—with body and mind    Madhya 10.106
  kāya-mane—by my body and mind    Madhya 21.25
  kāya-mane—wholeheartedly.    Antya 1.56
  kāya-mane—by mind and body    Antya 6.308
  kāya-mano-vākye—with body, mind and words    Madhya 16.107
  kāya-vyūha—personal expansions    Adi 1.81
  kāya-vyūha—quadruple expansions    Adi 5.5
  kāya-vyūha—the expansion of one's body    Madhya 20.169
  kāya-vyūha—expansions of the body    Madhya 20.169
  kāya-vyūha kari—expanding Himself in different bodies    Adi 6.95
  mahā-kāya—having a large body    Madhya 9.54
  malina-kāya—dirty body    Antya 14.45
  mana-kāya—mind and body    Antya 13.4
  nṛ-kāya—this human form of body    SB 7.15.45
  nā kaya saṁśaya—do not be worried.    Madhya 13.186
  nāhi kāya—there is no other business    Madhya 1.222
  nānā artha kaya—there are varieties of imports.    Madhya 24.318
  phu-kāriyā kaya—declare loudly.    Antya 16.61
  priya-sakhī-kāya—a dear companion.    Madhya 14.226
  saba kāya—the whole body    Antya 18.71
  sarva kāya—everything needed.    Madhya 16.113
  sarva-śāstre kaya—described in every śāstra    Madhya 20.385
  sei kāya—that body.    Antya 18.51
  tina loka kaya—the three places or properties of Lord Kṛṣṇa.    Madhya 21.90
  tāṅra kāya-vyūha-rūpa—expansions of Her spirituai body.    Madhya 8.165
  yuktyā kayā—by what means    SB 3.31.15
  ātmārāma kaya—is also said to be an ātmārāma    Madhya 24.154
  āṭānna artha kaya—fifty-eight imports are automatically derived.    Madhya 24.298

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