Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: pala

  pala—of the scale of weight    SB 3.11.9
  pala—palas    Madhya 20.388
  bhū-pāla—O King    Madhya 6.156, Madhya 20.115
  akhila-loka-pāla—all the directors of departments of material activities    SB 8.7.31
  akhila-loka-pāla-lalāmaḥ—the head of all kings and monarchs of the universe    SB 5.6.6
  śaraṇya-pāla—O supreme maintainer of those who need to be sheltered    SB 7.8.43
  śiśu-pāla—of the name Śiśupāla    Antya 5.146
  cira-loka-pāla—permanent governors of the worlds    Madhya 21.58
  cira-loka-pāla—permanent governors of the universe    Madhya 21.93-94
  dik-pāla—the governors of the directions    Madhya 21.93-94
  dvāra-pāla—the doorman    Madhya 21.59
  ghaṭī-kṣaṇa-pala—seconds, moments and hours    Madhya 2.38
  gṛha-pāla-vat—like a household dog.    SB 1.13.23
  loka-pāla-arpitaiḥ—offered by the princely order    SB 9.10.33
  loka-pāla-ākhyam—known as the ruler of all the lokas, or planets    SB 9.20.33
  mṛgī-pāla—flocks of deer.    Madhya 17.197
  ṣaṣṭi-pala—sixty palas    Madhya 20.389
  nāka-pāla—of heavenly demigods    SB 9.11.21
  paśu-pāla-paṅkaja-dṛśaḥ—the gopīs who are always dependent on Kṛṣṇa, the cowherd boy    NoI 10
  paśu-pālā—of the cowherd women    Adi 4.51
  pala dui-tina—a few drops of    Adi 10.98
  pala-paitṛkam—an offering of oblations of flesh to the forefathers    Adi 17.164
  pāṇḍā-pāla—the priests and attendants    Madhya 9.347
  vasu-pāla—of earthly kings    SB 9.11.21
  vatsa-pāla-miṣeṇa—with the forms of cowherd boys and calves    SB 10.13.27

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