Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: kila

  kila—indeed    SB 3.2.14, SB 3.18.12, SB 3.20.27, SB 3.21.16, SB 3.25.9, SB 3.29.5, SB 4.13.19-20, SB 4.17.10-11, SB 4.17.35, SB 5.3.6 (and more...)
  kila—certainly    SB 1.9.40, SB 1.10.25, SB 3.1.1, SB 3.1.26, SB 3.8.7, SB 4.3.8, SB 4.16.21, SB 4.17.31, SB 4.27.24, SB 5.8.15 (and more...)
  kila—indeed.    SB 3.25.5, SB 4.13.4, SB 8.12.24, SB 9.11.35, SB 10.1.60
  kila—verily    SB 1.16.17, SB 3.13.19
  kila—what to speak of    SB 9.24.53-55, Adi 4.260
  kila—what    SB 1.1.20
  kila—definitely    SB 1.10.21
  kila—as if    SB 2.4.22
  kila—of course    SB 3.1.10
  kila—for the teaching of others    SB 3.16.17
  kila—namely    SB 3.33.1
  kila—what to speak of others    SB 5.18.27
  kila—whether    SB 8.18.22
  vāva kila—indeed    SB 5.7.11, SB 5.20.8
  kila anucaritam—pastimes as a paramahaṁsa, above all regulative varṇāśrama principles    SB 5.6.9
  kila-kiñcita—a particular type of ornament at the time of seeing Kṛṣṇa    Madhya 14.168
  kila-kiñcita—of the symptom of the ecstasy known as kila-kiñcita    Madhya 14.173
  kila-kiñcita—the ecstatic symptom named kila-kiñcita    Madhya 14.180
  kila-kiñcita—with the ecstatic symptom named kila-kiñcita    Madhya 14.181
  kila-kiñcita-ādi—headed by kila-kiñcita    Madhya 8.175
  kila-kiñcita-ādi—beginning with the ecstasy named kila-kiñcita    Madhya 14.170
  kila-kiñcitam—ecstatic symptoms known as kila-kiñcita.    Madhya 14.174
  āyasa-kīla-śṛṅkhalaiḥ—strongly constructed with iron pins and closed with iron chains    SB 10.3.48-49

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