Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: mrga

  mṛga—animals    SB 2.6.43-45, SB 3.21.40, SB 4.7.28, SB 4.25.19, Madhya 24.58
  mṛga—deer    SB 5.5.34, SB 7.14.9, Madhya 24.231
  mṛga—the animals    Madhya 24.236, Madhya 24.238
  mṛga—beasts    SB 2.6.13-16
  mṛga—hunting    SB 4.26.4
  mṛga—wild beasts    SB 5.26.17
  mṛga-śarīram—the body of a deer    SB 5.8.27, SB 5.8.31, SB 5.9.1-2
  mṛga-mada—of musk    Madhya 8.171, Antya 15.22
  mṛga-ādayaḥ—and animals    SB 10.13.60, Madhya 17.39
  vyāghra-mṛga—the tigers and deer    Madhya 17.40, Madhya 17.42
  śūkara-mṛga—boars and other animals    Madhya 24.240
  kāka-mṛga-go-caritaḥ—behaving exactly like the crows, deer and cows    SB 5.5.34
  mṛga māribāre—to kill the animals    Madhya 24.234
  mṛga-akṣī-gaṇaiḥ—by the gopīs, who had eyes resembling those of deer    Adi 17.293
  mṛga-arbhaka—the son of a deer    SB 5.8.26
  mṛga-ari—the enemy of the animals    Madhya 24.242
  mṛga-bālakam—the son of a deer    SB 5.8.24
  mṛga-carma-ambara—a garment made of deerskin    Madhya 10.154
  mṛga-ceṣṭitam—the activities of the deer    SB 4.29.55
  mṛga-śīrṣā-ādīni—such as Mṛgaśīrṣā    SB 5.23.6
  mṛga-chāla—deerskin    Madhya 24.245
  mṛga-śāva—like a deer cub    SB 4.2.12
  mṛga-dehe—in the body of a deer    SB 5.12.15
  mṛga-dāraka—befitting the calf of the deer    SB 5.8.20
  mṛga-dāraka-ābhāsena—resembling the son of a deer    SB 5.8.26
  mṛga-gaṇa—by groups of deer    SB 4.6.10
  mṛga-hā—a hunter    SB 6.18.58
  mṛga-indra—lion    SB 1.16.11
  mṛga-indra-līlām—pastimes as a lion and human being combined    SB 7.10.47
  mṛga-indraiḥ—with lions    SB 4.6.19-20
  mṛga-indram—a lion    SB 9.20.18
  mṛga-indraḥ—the lion    Adi 6.73
  mṛga-indreṇa—by the lion    SB 4.18.23-24
  mṛga-mada—musk    Adi 4.97
  mṛga-mada—the fragrance of musk    Madhya 2.33
  mṛga-mada—deer musk    Madhya 18.119
  mṛga-made—made by the aroma of the musk    Madhya 8.171
  mṛga-mṛgī—the deer, both male and female    Madhya 17.198
  mṛga-pakṣiṇām—of the beasts and birds    SB 6.4.1-2
  mṛga-pateḥ—of one lion    SB 5.8.3
  mṛga-pati-bhayāt—because of fear of the lion    SB 5.8.24
  mṛga-patiḥ—the master of all living beings, who is exactly like a lion (the master of all other animals)    SB 5.25.10
  mṛga-rāṭ—the lion    SB 3.13.32
  mṛga-rāṭ—a lion    SB 8.11.30
  mṛga-rāṭ iva—like the king of the animals, the lion    SB 4.22.61
  mṛga-saṅgāt—because of my intimate association with a deer    SB 5.12.14
  mṛga-sutam—the son of a deer    SB 5.8.29
  mṛga-tṛṣṇām—false aspiration    SB 4.29.18-20
  mṛga-tṛṣi—mirage    SB 4.7.28
  mṛga-vadhū-nyāsaḥ—this baby deer entrusted to me by its mother    SB 5.8.19
  mṛga-vadhūḥ—wife of a deer    SB 5.8.4
  mṛga-varāha-ādibhyaḥ—from the deer, wild pigs and so on    SB 5.9.13
  mṛga-vyāghra-ambare—whether a deerskin or a tiger skin.    Madhya 24.245
  mṛga-ādi—animals    Madhya 24.247
  mṛga-ādi—animals, beginning with the deer    Madhya 24.263
  mṛga-ādi—the pierced animals    Madhya 24.263
  mṛga-ādi laha—take some of the hunted animals    Madhya 24.244
  mṛga-ādi-saṅge—with the forest animals    Madhya 25.223
  mṛga-ākṛtiḥ—in the form of a deer.    SB 6.18.58
  nṛ-mṛga-indra-rūpam—the form of both a man and the king of the beasts, the lion.    SB 7.8.18
  saha mṛga-jahunā—with the deer calf    SB 5.8.11
  sura-nara-mṛga-miśrita-jalacara-ākṛtibhiḥ—with different forms like those of the demigods, human beings, animals, mixtures and aquatics (the incarnations Vāmana, Lord Rāmacandra, Kṛṣṇa, Varāha, Hayagrīva, Nṛsiṁha, Matsya and Kūrma)    SB 6.9.40

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