Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: mukhya

  mukhya—chief    Adi 10.3, Adi 10.24, Adi 11.18, Adi 15.3, Madhya 1.10, Madhya 2.79, Madhya 6.133, Madhya 14.92, Madhya 15.112, Madhya 20.142 (and more...)
  mukhya—principal    Adi 1.69-70, Adi 2.64, Adi 2.103, Adi 3.110, Adi 4.53, Madhya 13.32
  mukhya—direct    Adi 7.110, Adi 7.111, Madhya 6.132, Madhya 6.133
  mukhya—the chief    SB 3.1.23, Madhya 2.95
  mukhya—primary    Adi 6.37, Madhya 20.368
  mukhya—chiefly    Madhya 2.78
  mukhyā—the chief    SB 4.25.49, Madhya 23.87-91
  mukhya—the most important    SB 1.14.37
  mukhya—principle    SB 3.10.19
  mukhya—direct meaning    Madhya 6.151
  mukhya—the principal    Antya 20.57
  mukhyā—called Mukhyā (principal)    SB 4.29.11
  mukhyā—preeminent    Madhya 22.149
  mukhya mukhya—the foremost of them all    Adi 9.20, Adi 9.20
  mukhya mukhya—only the chief    Adi 11.7, Adi 11.7
  mukhya mukhya—the chief    Madhya 1.90, Madhya 1.90
  mukhya mukhya—chief and important    Madhya 14.66, Madhya 14.66
  mukhya mukhya—the principal    Madhya 14.132, Madhya 14.132
  mukhya mukhya jana—who are counted as the chief.    Madhya 20.367, Madhya 20.367
  mukhya-artha—direct meaning    Adi 7.137, Madhya 6.134
  mukhya-mukhya—most important    Adi 13.46, Adi 13.46
  mukhya-mukhya kahiluṅ—I have repeated only the principal ones    Antya 20.141, Antya 20.141
  mukhya-mukhya-līlāra—of the chief pastimes of Lord Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu    Antya 20.140, Antya 20.140
  bhakta-mukhya—the chief devotees    Madhya 19.191
  khara-triśira-dūṣaṇa-mukhya-bandhūn—many friends, headed by Khara, Triśira and Dūṣaṇa    SB 9.10.9
  mukhya aṅga—the primary part    Adi 6.22
  mukhya aṅga—the chief principle.    Madhya 22.83
  mukhya bhakta-gaṇa—chief devotees    Madhya 16.58
  mukhya cāri-jana—the four chief expansions.    Madhya 20.186
  mukhya kāraṇa—the original cause.    Adi 6.20
  mukhya-artha—chief meaning    Madhya 6.135
  mukhya-artha—the original meaning    Madhya 25.25
  mukhya-artha—the direct meaning    Madhya 25.26
  mukhya-artha-vivaraṇa—description of the direct meaning    Madhya 25.89
  mukhya-arthe—direct meaning    Adi 7.137
  mukhya-bīja—principal seed    Adi 4.103
  mukhya-bhakta—the chief devotees    Madhya 14.68
  mukhya-bhakta—chief devotees    Madhya 18.53
  mukhya-śākhā—chief branch    Adi 11.16
  mukhya-dhāma—principal place    Adi 13.37
  mukhya-phala—chief result    Antya 9.137
  mukhya-tama—chief    Madhya 24.59
  mukhya-tamāya—the first incarnation to appear    SB 5.18.25
  mukhya-vṛtti—direct interpretation    Adi 7.131
  mukhya-vṛttye—by direct understanding    Adi 7.108
  mukhya-āveśa-avatāra—primary directly empowered incarnations    Madhya 20.370
  sva-mukhya—by their own chiefs    SB 4.18.26

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