Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: makara

  makara—alligator shaped    SB 3.15.41, SB 3.28.29
  makara—sharks    SB 2.7.24
  makara—shark-shaped    SB 4.9.54
  makara kuṇḍala-ādi—earrings shaped like sharks, etc.    Antya 13.131
  makara-aṅkaḥ—the demigod of love, Cupid    Adi 4.118
  makara-dhvaja—of Cupid    SB 5.25.5
  makara-dhvajasya—of the sex-god.    SB 3.28.32
  makara-dhvajasya—of Cupid    SB 5.2.6
  makara-kuṇḍala—by earrings resembling sharks    Madhya 21.123
  makara-kuṇḍala—the earrings shaped like sharks    Madhya 21.129
  makara-kuṇḍala—earrings shaped like sharks    Antya 15.73
  makara-kuṇḍala-cāru-karṇa—decorated by earrings resembling sharks and by beautiful ears    SB 9.24.65
  makara-kuṇḍalaḥ—earrings resembling sharks    SB 6.4.35-39
  makara-paṅcasi—the full-moon day in the month of Māgha    Madhya 18.146
  makara-snāna kailā—bathed during the festival of Makara, or Māgha-melā.    Madhya 18.222
  makara-udara-ānanaiḥ—with bellies and faces like sharks’    SB 4.5.13
  makara-ādayaḥ—the alligator and others.    SB 3.10.24
  makara-ādayaḥ—dangerous aquatics like sharks    SB 8.24.24
  makara-ādiṣu—headed by the sign Makara (Capricorn)    SB 5.21.3
  sphurat-makara-kuṇḍalaḥ—decorated with brilliant earrings resembling sapphires    SB 8.15.8-9

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