Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: mukhah

  mukhah—whose face    SB 7.2.3
  mukhah—face    SB 8.22.14
  mukhah—headed by    SB 9.22.27-28
  asru-mukhah—his face full of tears    SB 10.4.23
  asru-mukhah—with a tearful face    SB 1.14.19
  basta-mukhah—the face of a goat    SB 4.2.23
  bhinna-mukhah—having a broken mouth    SB 6.11.11
  brhadratha-mukhah—headed by Brhadratha    SB 9.22.6
  go-mukhah—horns    Bg 1.13
  panca-mukhah—having five hoods    SB 5.26.33
  parak-mukhah—having the face turned away    SB 3.32.2
  prak-udak-mukhah—looking toward the northeast (isana)    SB 8.24.40
  sa-catuh-mukhah—as well as Lord Brahma, who has four faces    SB 10.4.42
  sapta-mukhah—having seven hoods    SB 5.26.33
  su-mukhah—with a beautiful face    SB 4.21.15
  su-mukhah—His beautiful mouth    SB 5.5.31
  udan-mukhah—facing the northern side    SB 1.19.17
  udak-mukhah—sitting facing the north    SB 6.8.4-6
  utphulla-mukhah—cheerful faces    SB 1.11.4-5
  visvato-mukhah—Brahma.    Bg 10.33

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