Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: panca

  pañca—five    Bg 13.6-7, Bg 18.13-14, Bg 18.15, SB 1.6.8, SB 1.8.12, SB 1.15.22-23, SB 1.17.40, SB 3.2.2, SB 3.10.23, SB 3.11.7 (and more...)
  pāñca—five    Adi 7.27, Madhya 2.22, Antya 15.18
  pañca—all five    Madhya 8.87, Antya 15.15
  pañca—the five    SB 2.9.17
  pañca—the five objects of the senses (sound, form, touch, aroma and taste)    SB 6.1.50
  pañca—five different varieties of products from the cow, namely milk, yogurt, clarified butter, cow dung and cow urine    SB 8.8.11
  pañca—five sons    SB 9.21.31-33
  pañca—the fifth    Adi 1.26
  pañca—five pots    Madhya 4.206
  pañca—all five qualities    Madhya 19.233
  pāṅca—five men    Antya 15.17
  pāṅca-sāta—five or seven    Adi 17.203, Madhya 8.51-52, Madhya 9.293, Madhya 14.37, Madhya 15.73, Madhya 16.111, Madhya 16.177
  pāṅca-sāta—five to seven.    Madhya 16.226, Madhya 17.37, Antya 18.52
  daśa pañca—fifteen    SB 3.11.7, SB 3.11.8
  dina pāṅca-sāta—five or seven days    Madhya 1.232, Antya 12.77
  pañca śloke—in five verses    Adi 1.27, Adi 6.3
  pañca-daśa—fifteen    SB 3.11.10, Antya 6.151
  pañca-jana—five persons    Madhya 13.36, Antya 9.140
  pañca-pañca—of five multiplied by five (twenty-five)    SB 6.5.6-8, SB 6.5.6-8
  pañca-putra—five sons    Madhya 10.53, Madhya 10.55
  pañca-tattva-ātmakam—comprehending the five transcendental subject matters    Adi 1.14, Adi 7.6
  pañca-tattvera—of the Pañca-tattva    Adi 1.28, Adi 7.168
  pañca-varṣaḥ—five years old    SB 4.11.28, SB 4.12.23
  pañca-viṁśatiḥ—twenty-five.    SB 5.20.43, SB 9.6.5
  pañca-vidha—five kinds of    Madhya 3.46, Madhya 9.267
  bhakta pañca jana—five devotees.    Madhya 25.178
  dina pañca—five days    Madhya 25.177
  dina pañca-daśa—fifteen days    Madhya 15.190
  dina pāṅca—five days    Madhya 7.54
  dina-pāṅca-sāta—five or seven days    Madhya 10.59
  ei pañca—these five kinds of transcendental mellow    Madhya 23.46
  ei pañca aṅga—these five limbs    Madhya 22.129
  ei pañca-doṣe—by the above-mentioned five faults    Adi 16.68
  hāta pāṅca-chaya—five to six cubits (one cubit equals about a foot and a half)    Antya 14.64
  janā pāṅca-sāta—five to seven men    Madhya 4.71
  janā-pāṅca—five brāhmaṇas    Madhya 4.69
  kṛṣṇa-rāsa-pañca-adhyāya—the five chapters in the Tenth Canto of Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam in which Lord Kṛṣṇa's pastimes of the rāsa dance are described    Madhya 11.56
  kārya pāṅca-sāta—five to seven different purposes.    Antya 2.169
  ṣaṭ-pañca-varṣaḥ—five or six years old    SB 4.12.43
  pañca dine—for five days.    Antya 6.213
  pañca guṇa—five kinds of transcendental qualities.    Madhya 19.232
  pañca jana—these five persons.    Madhya 25.179
  pañca parakāra—five categories    Madhya 19.183-184
  pañca parakāra—five varieties    Madhya 23.45
  pañca rasa—five kinds of transcendental mellow    Madhya 23.46
  pañca vṛtti—five meanings    Madhya 6.275
  pañca ātmārāma—five kinds of ātmārāmas    Madhya 24.149
  pañca-aśvam—five horses    SB 4.26.1-3
  pañca-amṛte—in a preparation made with five palatable foods    Madhya 4.61
  pañca-apsarā-tīrthe—to Pañcāpsarā-tīrtha    Madhya 9.279
  pañca-bhūta—five gross elements    SB 3.31.14
  pañca-bhūta—the five material elements    Madhya 25.125
  pañca-śara—of Cupid, the master of the five arrows of the senses    Madhya 21.107
  pañca-śata loka—five hundred men    Madhya 12.154-155
  pañca-śateṣu—five hundred    SB 9.15.33
  pañca-śatāni—five hundred    SB 9.17.12
  pañca-śloke—in five verses    Adi 5.3
  pañca-daśa dina—fifteen days    Madhya 13.23
  pañca-daśa-krośa—about thirty miles    Antya 6.174
  pañca-daśabhiḥ—with fifteen    SB 8.11.23
  pañca-dīrghaḥ—five large    Adi 14.15
  pañca-dike—in five directions    Antya 15.9
  pañca-dina—continuously for five days    Madhya 1.151
  pañca-gavya—in five kinds of products from the cow    Madhya 4.61
  pañca-grāsa—five morsels.    Madhya 3.76
  pañca-guṇa—five attributes    Antya 15.8
  pañca-guṇa—the five attributes    Antya 15.9
  pañca-guṇe—five attributes    Antya 15.8
  pañca-guṇāḥ—five qualities    Madhya 23.78
  pañca-hāyanaḥ—only five years old.    SB 7.5.36
  pañca-indriya—five senses    Antya 14.49
  pañca-indriya—of the five senses    Antya 15.8
  pañca-indriya-gaṇa—five senses of perception    Antya 15.16
  pañca-indriya-ākarṣaṇa—the attraction of the five senses    Antya 20.127
  pañca-indriyāṇi—the five senses    Antya 15.14
  pañca-jana—the region of the departed souls    SB 3.3.2
  pañca-jana—five men    Antya 15.15
  pañca-jane—the five members of the Pañca-tattva    Adi 7.28
  pañca-jane—to five men    Madhya 4.207
  pañca-janāra—of five men    Antya 11.82
  pañca-kṣīra—five pots of sweet rice    Madhya 4.207
  pañca-kāla—five times    Madhya 24.334
  pañca-lakṣa—500,000    Madhya 20.322
  pañca-madhye—out of the five    Madhya 24.194
  pañca-mukha—five faced.    Madhya 15.118
  pañca-mukha—five-mouthed.    Antya 1.105
  pañca-mukha—as if possessing five mouths    Antya 11.51
  pañca-mukhe—as if speaking with five mouths    Antya 3.175
  pañca-mukhāḥ—having five hoods    SB 5.26.33
  pañca-nade snāna kari—taking His bath in the Ganges, called the Pañca-nada    Madhya 25.60
  pañca-ṣaṣṭiḥ—sixty-five    SB 9.24.10-11
  pañca-ṣaṭ-dhā—five or six years    SB 7.1.37
  pañca-ṣāsu—five or six    SB 10.13.28
  pañca-pañcāśatā—fifty-five    SB 9.20.24-26
  pañca-parakāra—of five different varieties    Madhya 6.266
  pañca-parvāṇam—five varieties    SB 3.20.18
  pañca-prabandhe—in five chapters    Adi 17.329
  pañca-putra-sahite—with five sons    Antya 9.128
  pañca-pāṇḍava—five Pāṇḍavas    Madhya 10.53
  pañca-pāṇḍave—the five Pāṇḍavas    Antya 9.131
  pañca-rasa—five direct transcendental mellows    Madhya 19.188
  pañca-rasera—of five transcendental mellows    Adi 17.329
  pañca-roga-pīḍā-vyākula—always disturbed by five kinds of disease    Antya 20.94
  pañca-rūpa dhari—accepting five bodies    Adi 5.8
  pañca-rātreṇa—by the fifth night    SB 3.31.2
  pañca-sahasra calliśa—5,040 avatāras.    Madhya 20.321
  pañca-sahasra-sargaḥ—procreation of five thousand    SB 9.6.52
  pañca-sūkṣmaḥ—five fine    Adi 14.15
  pañca-tapāḥ—five kinds of heating    SB 4.23.6
  pañca-tattva—these five tattvas    Adi 7.4
  pañca-tattva—the same five subjects    Adi 7.4
  pañca-tattva—the five subjects    Adi 7.5
  pañca-tattva—five truths    Adi 7.20-21
  pañca-tattva—the five tattvas    Adi 17.320
  pañca-tattva-rūpe—the Lord in His five forms    Adi 7.163
  pañca-tattva-ākhyāne—in describing the glories of the Pañca-tattva (Śrī Kṛṣṇa Caitanya, Prabhu Nityānanda, Śrī Advaita, Gadādhara and Śrīvāsa)    Madhya 25.16
  pañca-tattvera—of the five truths    Adi 6.119
  pañca-tattvera—of the five tattvas (truths)    Adi 17.320
  pañca-varṣaḥ—although the boy is five years old    SB 4.8.65
  pañca-varṣaḥ—at the age of five years    SB 4.12.42
  pañca-viṁśa—O twenty-fifth principle (the controller of the other twenty-four elements).    SB 7.8.52
  pañca-viṁśakaḥ—the twenty-fifth.    SB 3.26.15
  pañca-viṁśati—twenty-five    SB 6.5.17
  pañca-viṁśati paricchede—in the Twenty-fifth Chapter    Madhya 25.262
  pañca-viṁśe—in the Twenty-fifth Chapter    Madhya 25.261
  pañca-vidha mukti—five kinds of liberation    Madhya 9.257
  pañca-vidha rasa—five kinds of mellows    Madhya 23.53
  pañca-vidha-bhakte—in five kinds of devotees    Madhya 19.187
  pañca-vidham—five    SB 4.7.41
  pañca-vidham—the five sense objects    SB 4.29.74
  pañca-vidhaḥ—the five material elements    SB 3.32.29
  pañca-vidhaḥ—consisting of five senses for acquiring knowledge (the eyes, ears, nose, tongue and touch)    SB 10.2.27
  pañca-vidhā-ākāra—five varieties.    Madhya 24.28
  pañca-vṛttiḥ—having five processes    SB 4.29.6
  pañca-yajñaḥ—the five kinds of sacrifice    SB 5.26.18
  pañca-ārāmam—five gardens    SB 4.28.56
  pañca-ātmakam—five elements    SB 4.22.26
  pāṅca chaya—five or six kinds.    Madhya 15.214
  pāṅca chaya—five or six    Madhya 25.204
  pāṅca dike—in five directions    Antya 15.17
  pāṅca gaṇḍā kari—at the price of five gaṇḍās    Madhya 15.70
  pāṅca sahasra—five thousand    Madhya 20.8
  pāṅca sāte—five or seven    Antya 6.56
  pāñca-bhautikaḥ—body made of five material elements.    SB 1.6.28
  pāñca-bhautikaḥ—made of the five elements    SB 1.13.46
  pāṅca-bāṇa—five arrows of Cupid    Madhya 8.194
  pāṅca-chaya—five or six    Madhya 3.49
  pāṅca-chaya jane—five or six men.    Madhya 16.276
  pāṅca-dike—in five directions    Antya 15.15
  pāṅca-dina—to five days    Madhya 15.192
  pāṅca-dina—for five days    Madhya 15.192
  pāṅca-dina—five days    Madhya 15.194
  pāṅca-gaṇḍāra—of five gaṇḍās    Antya 9.40
  pāṅca-gaṇḍāra vyañjana—vegetables costing five gaṇḍās (one gaṇḍā equals four kauḍis).    Antya 8.53
  pāṅca-sāta—five or seven men.    Madhya 11.108
  pāṅca-sāta—five to seven different kinds    Madhya 15.54-55
  pāṅca-sāta—five days or at the most a week    Madhya 19.251
  pāṅca-sāta dine—five to seven days.    Madhya 9.329
  pāṅca-sāta jana—five or seven persons    Madhya 17.58
  tumi pañca—you five    Antya 9.141

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