Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: mohitah

  mohitāḥ—being attracted    Madhya 19.210, Antya 7.42
  mohitaḥ—being enamored.    SB 4.20.30
  mohitaḥ—enchanted    SB 8.12.38
  mohitaḥ—because of being condemned.    SB 9.9.33
  mohitaḥ—being bewildered    SB 9.19.12
  mohitāḥ—bewildered    Bg 4.16
  mohitāḥ—enchanted.    SB 4.29.1
  ajñāna-mohitaḥ—being bewildered by ignorance    SB 6.17.18
  deva-māyā-mohitāḥ—bewildered by the external energy, or illusory energy, of the Supreme Personality of Godhead    SB 5.6.10
  guṇa-sarga-mohitaḥ—bewildered by the three modes of material nature    SB 5.17.24
  kāma-mohitaḥ—being deluded by lusty desires    SB 5.26.26
  madana-mohitaḥ—enchanted by Cupid.    Madhya 17.216

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