Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: nara

  nara—of Nara    Adi 2.30, Adi 3.69, Adi 6.23
  nara—human being    SB 1.3.22
  nara—the human beings    SB 2.10.42
  nara—the inhabitants of the earthly planets    SB 4.24.12
  nāra—cannot    Adi 17.165
  nara-deva—O King    SB 1.15.18, SB 3.22.16, SB 4.13.31, SB 4.20.3, SB 5.13.2, SB 6.14.18, SB 8.21.1
  nara-indra—O King    SB 6.15.28, SB 8.9.16-17, SB 8.21.4
  nara-dārakeṇa—with Him, who is like a boy of this material world    Madhya 8.75, Antya 7.32
  hari-nara—of half lion and half human being    SB 7.8.56
  nara-adhamān—the lowest of men    Madhya 25.40
  nara-adhipa—King of the people    Madhya 1.178
  nara-śārdulam—unto the Lord, who had appeared as half man and half lion    SB 7.8.37-39
  nara-deha—having a body like a human being's    Adi 17.178-179
  nara-deva—a man-god, or a king    SB 1.17.32
  nara-deva—monarchical    SB 1.18.43
  nara-deva—of the worldly king or worldly god    SB 4.14.32
  nara-deva—of the king    SB 4.16.8
  nara-deva—of all kings, gods in human society    SB 4.16.20
  nara-deva—O lord among human beings (the king is supposed to be the representative of deva, the Supreme Personality of Godhead)    SB 5.10.4
  nara-deva—O ruler of men    SB 7.1.11
  nara-deva—O King (Mahārāja Duṣmanta)    SB 9.20.22
  nara-deva-abhimāna-madena—by madness due to having the body of a king and thus being proud of it    SB 5.10.24
  nara-deva-abhimānam—King Rahūgaṇa, who thought himself the ruler    SB 5.10.8
  nara-deva-deva—O supreme master of all kings    SB 4.17.10-11
  nara-deva-deve—upon the King's    SB 1.19.18
  nara-deva-kanyāḥ—daughters of many kings    SB 3.3.7
  nara-devam—unto a man-god    SB 1.18.42
  nara-devam—a king    SB 2.10.16
  nara-devaḥ—man-god    SB 1.17.5
  nara-dārakeṇa—with Him who is like an ordinary child    SB 10.12.7-11
  nara-īśvarāṇām—or of kings who follow this principle.    SB 6.7.24
  nara-hara—O Lord in the form of Nṛsiṁha    SB 7.8.52
  nara-hari-rūpeṇa—His form of Nṛsiṁhadeva    SB 5.18.7
  nara-harim—unto Lord Nṛsiṁhadeva    SB 7.10.25
  nara-indra—O best of kings    SB 4.22.37
  nara-indram—unto the King, best of humankind    SB 1.18.41
  nara-indrāṇām—of all the kings    Madhya 23.27
  nara-itaraiḥ—by demigods    SB 4.6.9
  nara-itaram—other than the human being. being.    SB 3.13.50
  nara-līlā—the pastimes as a human being    Madhya 21.101
  nara-līlāra—for exhibiting the pastimes as a human being    Madhya 21.101
  nara-loka—human society    SB 3.2.20
  nara-loka—of the material world    SB 5.14.38
  nara-loka—in human society or on the planet earth    SB 9.14.23
  nara-loka-sa-artham—the field of self-interested material activities    SB 5.14.41
  nara-loka-sadharmam—acting as if a human being    SB 5.4.4
  nara-lokam—this material world    SB 5.14.5
  nara-lokasya—human birth    SB 3.30.34
  nara-lokatām—the habits of a human being    SB 9.14.17-18
  nara-lokavīrāḥ—the kings of human society    Bg 11.28
  nara-loke—on this planet of human beings    SB 1.11.35
  nara-nārī—men and women    Adi 4.147
  nara-nārāyaṇa—Nara-Nārāyaṇa    Adi 2.113
  nara-nārāyaṇa—Lord Nara-Nārāyaṇa    Adi 5.129
  nara-nārāyaṇa-āśramam—to the āśrama of Nara-Nārāyaṇa.    SB 9.1.31
  nara-nārāyaṇa-ākhyam—named Nara-Nārāyaṇa    SB 5.4.5
  nara-nārāyaṇa-ākhyaḥ—known as Nara-Nārāyaṇa    SB 5.19.9
  nara-nārāyaṇau—named Nara and Nārāyaṇa    SB 1.3.9
  nara-nārāyaṇau—both Nara and Nārāyaṇa    SB 4.1.49-52
  nara-nārāyaṇāya—Nara-Nārāyaṇa    SB 5.19.11
  nara-nātha—O King    SB 4.26.17
  nara-paśavaḥ—manlike animals    SB 6.16.38
  nara-patiḥ—the King    SB 1.18.46
  nara-patiḥ—a king or kṣatriya    Madhya 13.80
  nara-puṅgavaḥ—heroes in human society.    Bg 1.5
  nara-ratnāya—unto the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who is always youthful    SB 9.3.33
  nara-sakhaḥ—the friend of all living entities (especially human beings)    SB 7.6.27
  nara-siṁhāya—known as Lord Nṛsiṁha    SB 5.18.8
  nara-siṁhāya—Lord Nṛsiṁhadeva    Antya 16.52
  nara-uttamam—the supermost human being    SB 1.2.4
  nara-uttamaḥ—the first-class human being.    SB 1.13.27
  nara-uttamāḥ—the best of human beings    SB 4.20.3
  nara-vapu—a body just like that of a human being    Madhya 21.101
  nara-vyāghra—O man of tigerlike strength    SB 1.14.10
  nara-ṛṣabha—O best of human beings, Mahārāja Parīkṣit    SB 9.23.18-19
  nara-ādayaḥ—human beings and others.    SB 1.3.5
  nara-ādiṣu—in the midst of human beings.    SB 1.2.34
  nara-ākṛtiḥ—a person, exactly resembling a human being    SB 9.23.20-21
  nara-āmiṣam—the flesh of a human being.    SB 9.9.20-21
  nara-ātmajaḥ—the son of Nara.    SB 9.21.1
  nāra-śabde—by the word nāra    Adi 2.38
  nāra-siṁha—O Lord Nṛsiṁhadeva, half lion and half human being    SB 7.8.42
  nāra-siṁham—the incarnation of the Lord as half-man and half-lion    SB 1.3.18
  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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