Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: matsya

  matsya—the fish incarnation    SB 10.2.40, Adi 1.65-66, Adi 5.78, Madhya 20.298
  matsya—fish    Antya 18.48, Antya 18.57
  matsya—the King of Dvarbhaṅga    SB 2.7.34-35
  matsya—of the fish    SB 8.2.14-19
  matsya—Matsya    SB 9.22.6
  matsya—in the forms of a fish    Madhya 20.299
  matsya māre—catches fish    Madhya 18.104
  matsya-mūrtiḥ—the Supreme Lord in the form of a great fish    SB 6.8.13
  matsya-rūpī—who had assumed the form of a fish    SB 8.24.54
  matsya-rūpeṇa—by Him in the form of a fish    SB 8.24.4
  matsya-rūpeṇa—in the form of a fish    SB 8.24.25
  matsya-rūpiṇaḥ—who had assumed the form of a fish.    SB 8.24.40
  matsya-saṅgāt—by associating with the fish    SB 9.6.52
  matsya-sutā-ādayaḥ—the daughter of a fisherman (Satyavatī, Bhīṣma's stepmother)    SB 1.10.9-10
  matsya-tīrtha—the holy place named Matsya-tīrtha    Madhya 9.244
  matsya-vapuḥ—the Lord, who had assumed the form of a fish    SB 8.24.31
  matsya-vapuḥ-dharam—the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who had assumed the form of a fish    SB 8.24.15
  matsya-ādi—incarnation as a fish, etc.    SB 1.15.35
  matsya-ādi—beginning with Matsya    Adi 4.11-12
  matsya-ādika—and incarnations such as the fish    Madhya 20.244
  māyā-matsya-viḍambanam—which is simply an imitation of a fish.    SB 8.24.1

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