Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: kuta

  kuṭā—dirt    Madhya 12.131
  kūṭa—in multitudes    Adi 4.116
  kāla-kūṭa—of poison    Madhya 2.52, Antya 1.148
  anna-kūṭa—of the Annakūṭa ceremony    Madhya 4.75
  anna-kūṭa—the Annakūṭa ceremony during the time of Kṛṣṇa    Madhya 4.86
  anna-kūṭa—heaps of food    Madhya 4.94
  anna-kūṭa kare—perform the Annakūṭa ceremony    Madhya 4.90
  śara-kūṭa-gūḍhaḥ—being covered by arrows    SB 3.1.38
  giri-kūṭa-vat—appearing like the weight of a mountain peak.    SB 10.7.18
  kūṭa-dharmeṣu—involving the practice of falsehood    SB 3.30.9
  kūṭa-dharmeṣu—of pretentious religiosity    SB 4.2.22
  kūṭa-dharmeṣu—in false occupational duties    SB 4.25.6
  kūṭa-karma-jā—because of the illusory, magical activities    SB 8.10.55
  kūṭa-stham—situated in everyone’s heart    SB 3.24.5
  kūṭa-stham—fixed    SB 4.20.11
  kūṭa-stham—within the core of the heart    SB 9.10.14
  kūṭa-sthasya—of the one who is over everyone's intelligence    SB 2.5.17
  kūṭa-sthasya—of the unchangeable    SB 3.7.19
  kūṭa-sthaḥ—with concentration of the mind    SB 2.2.34
  kūṭa-sthaḥ—one who is unchanged    SB 3.5.50
  kūṭa-sthaḥ—unchangeable    SB 3.26.20
  kūṭa-sthaḥ—changeless    SB 4.9.15
  kūṭa-sthaḥ—without any change    SB 4.16.19
  kūṭa-sthaḥ—without being affected by anything    SB 7.3.31
  kūṭa-sthaḥ—fixed in his constitutional position    Antya 4.178
  kūṭa-sthāya—without being changed    SB 4.24.34
  kūṭa-yoginām—for the pseudo mystics.    SB 2.9.20
  vajra-kūṭa-aṅga—body like a great mountain    SB 3.13.29

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