Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: nava

  nava—nine    SB 2.6.29, SB 2.7.39, SB 3.30.24, SB 4.1.12, SB 4.28.57, SB 5.2.19, SB 5.2.20, SB 5.2.23, SB 5.4.10, SB 5.4.11-12 (and more...)
  nava—new    SB 8.8.24, Madhya 13.19, Madhya 21.107, Madhya 21.109, Antya 15.63
  nava—fresh    SB 3.16.20, SB 4.6.26, Madhya 2.52, Antya 1.148
  nava—ever fresh    SB 5.25.7
  nava—nine.    SB 9.16.18-19
  nava—newly grown    Madhya 15.213
  nava nava—newer and newer    Adi 4.141, Adi 4.141, Adi 4.143, Adi 4.143, Madhya 21.118, Madhya 21.118
  nava dina—nine days    Madhya 14.66, Madhya 14.104, Madhya 14.105
  nava jana—nine persons.    Madhya 13.74, Madhya 14.66
  nava nava kṣaṇe kṣaṇa—newer and newer at every moment    Madhya 21.118, Madhya 21.118
  ei nava—of these nine    Adi 9.13-15
  ei nava mūle—in these nine roots    Adi 9.13-15
  nava artha—of the nine different types of explanations    Madhya 6.193
  nava mate—in nine basic principles    Madhya 9.49
  nava praśna—nine different types of questions    Madhya 9.50
  nava prakāra—nine kinds.    Madhya 24.30
  nava sa-udaryāḥ—nine brothers born of the same womb    SB 5.9.1-2
  nava vastra—new cloth    Madhya 4.81
  nava-abhra-garjita jini—conquering the vibrations of new clouds    Antya 19.42
  nava-adhikāḥ—plus nine    SB 6.18.19
  nava-akṣaḥ—nine holes    SB 10.2.27
  nava-ambuda—a newly formed cloud    Antya 15.63
  nava-ambuda—a new rain cloud    Antya 19.39
  nava-anurāgam—new attachment    Antya 1.136
  nava-śakti-yutam—endowed with nine potencies    SB 8.12.9
  nava-dhā—nine daughters    SB 3.21.29
  nava-dhā—into nine    SB 3.23.44
  nava-dvāram—nine gates    SB 4.28.56
  nava-dvāram—having nine gates    SB 4.29.4
  nava-dvāre—in the place where there are nine gates    Bg 5.13
  nava-ghana—a newly formed cloud    Antya 15.64
  nava-ghana—of new clouds    Antya 17.41
  nava-ghana—new cloud    Antya 18.86
  nava-jāguḍa-dyuti—the brilliance of newly painted viḍambi    Antya 1.165
  nava-kañja-locanaḥ—and whose eyes are just like the petals of a newly blossomed lotus    SB 8.10.54
  nava-khaṇḍa-vāsī—the in habitants of the nine khaṇḍas    Antya 2.10
  nava-khaṇḍe—in different sections, nine in number    Madhya 20.218
  nava-khaṇḍe—in nine khaṇḍas    Antya 9.9
  nava-kham—having nine apertures    SB 4.29.7
  nava-kiśora—newly youthful    Madhya 21.101
  nava-koṭi-yojana—of 90,000,000 yojanas    SB 5.21.19
  nava-kuṅkuma-kiñjalka—with saffron and newly grown kuṅkuma flower    SB 10.5.10
  nava-kānanam—there are many new gardenlike places    SB 10.11.28
  nava-lakṣaṇā—possessing nine different processes    SB 7.5.23-24
  nava-lakṣaṇā—possessing nine different systems, as above mentioned    Madhya 9.259-260
  nava-megha—new clouds    Adi 3.41
  nava-meghe—in a new cloud    Antya 19.39
  nava-mukhe—in the body having nine gates    SB 4.28.60
  nava-mukhīm—with nine gates    SB 4.25.37
  nava-mūrti—nine forms    Madhya 20.241
  nava-mṛt-kuṇḍikā—new earthen pots    Madhya 3.53
  nava-nalina-dalāyamāna—appearing like the petals of a new lotus flower    SB 5.5.31
  nava-pātre—in new pots    Madhya 4.65
  nava-rasā—being influenced by new ecstatic love    Antya 1.155
  nava-rāga—of new attraction    Madhya 8.195
  nava-saṅga—of new association    Madhya 1.211
  nava-saugandhika—made of fresh, fragrant flowers    SB 8.15.18
  nava-tāruṇyaḥ—always freshly youthful    Madhya 8.188
  nava-uditāḥ—nine personalities.    Madhya 20.242
  nava-vanaruha-āmoda—by the fragrance of lotus flowers    SB 5.17.13
  nava-varṣa-sametena—even by possessing nine varṣas    SB 8.19.22
  nava-vastra—new cloth    Madhya 4.72
  nava-vayāḥ—youthful    Madhya 23.87-91
  nava-vidha—nine kinds    Madhya 6.190
  nava-vidhaḥ—of nine different kinds    SB 3.10.14
  nava-vidhā—nine processes    Madhya 15.107
  nava-vidhā bhakti—the nine prescribed methods of devotional service    Antya 4.70
  nava-vyūha-rūpe—in nine Deities    Madhya 20.241
  nava-yauvana—newly youthful    SB 8.8.41-46
  nava-yojana-sahasra—72,000 miles in length    SB 5.16.6
  purīra nava-deśe—in nine different parts of the city    Madhya 20.241
  sei nava saṅgama—We are meeting in the same new spirit as in the beginning.    Madhya 13.126
  tri-nava—thrice nine (twenty-seven)    SB 6.6.2
  tri-nava-sāhasrīḥ—three times nine thousand (that is, twenty-seven thousand)    SB 9.20.32
  tulasī-nava-dāmabhiḥ—with garlands of fresh tulasī leaves    SB 10.13.49

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