Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: nila

  nila—took    Madhya 1.119, Madhya 1.216, Madhya 2.37, Madhya 3.40, Madhya 4.199, Madhya 5.120, Madhya 5.121, Madhya 6.31, Madhya 6.251, Madhya 9.203 (and more...)
  nīla—bluish    SB 2.2.11, SB 4.25.31, SB 4.26.23, SB 8.12.20
  nila—brought    Madhya 6.8, Madhya 9.53, Madhya 19.44, Antya 15.68
  nila—took away.    Adi 17.233, Madhya 5.15, Madhya 8.102
  nīla—blue    SB 4.24.21, Madhya 9.156
  nila—took.    Madhya 9.208, Madhya 16.198
  nilā—he took.    Antya 4.210, Antya 6.323
  nīla—dark    SB 3.20.31
  nīla—blackish-blue    SB 3.21.9
  nīla—sapphires    SB 4.25.15
  nīla—Nīla    SB 9.10.16
  nīla—by the monkey named Nīla    SB 9.10.19
  nīlā—named nīlā    Adi 5.27-28
  nila—He took.    Madhya 9.209
  nila—I accepted    Antya 6.280
  nilā—took    Antya 16.38
  bāṅṭi nila—shared among themselves    Madhya 14.68
  duṅhe saṅge nila—took both of them with them.    Madhya 11.179
  eka-patra nilā—took one page written on a palm leaf    Antya 1.96
  indra-nīla—the gem known as indranīla    Antya 19.41
  kāḍi nilā—took it away    Antya 19.48
  muluka nila—took charge of the country    Antya 6.18
  māgi nila—obtained by begging.    Madhya 12.73
  nīla-abja—bluish lotus flowers    Antya 18.94
  nīla-abje—the bluish lotus flowers    Antya 18.94
  nīla-alaka—bluish curls    SB 4.7.20
  nīla-lohitaḥ—mixture of blue and red.    SB 3.12.7
  nīla-lohitaḥ—Rudra, whose color is mixed blue and red    SB 3.12.15
  nīla-utpala—blue lotus    SB 3.28.13
  nīla-utpala—blue lotus flowers    SB 5.24.10
  nīla-utpala—and the bluish lotus flower    Madhya 2.33
  nīla-vāsāḥ—covered with blue garments    SB 5.25.7
  nīla-ādayaḥ—the mountains headed by Nīla    SB 5.16.9
  nila-gaṇa-saṅge—in the association of His personal assistants    Madhya 11.126
  nila-ghare—to His home    Antya 6.147
  nila-kanyā—my own daughter    Madhya 5.32
  nilā mūla—have purchased.    Antya 9.130
  nā nila—did not accept    Madhya 10.108
  nāhi nilā—he did not accept    Madhya 20.76
  saṅge kari nila—took with Him.    Madhya 17.20
  surendra-nīla-dyutiḥ—Kṛṣṇa, whose bodily luster is like the jewel called indranīla    Antya 19.35
  ujjvala-nīla-maṇi—Ujjvala-nīlamaṇi    Antya 4.224
  ā-nīla-niṣadha-āyatau—on the northern side up to the mountain known as Nīla and on the southern side up to the mountain known as Niṣadha    SB 5.16.10
  ājñā nila—took permission    Madhya 14.6

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