Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: pani

  pāni—water    Adi 14.32, Adi 15.17, Madhya 12.134, Antya 20.23
  pānī—water    Antya 4.203, Antya 18.89
  pāṇi—hands    Bg 13.14
  pāṇi—the hand    Madhya 14.200
  pāni—water.    Adi 9.9
  pāni—the water.    Adi 14.32
  pāni—tears    Adi 17.219
  bahu pāni—much water.    Antya 6.317
  śiraḥ-pāṇi-ādiṣu—between the head and the hands and other parts of the body    SB 4.7.53
  karoṅyāra pāni—water from a pitcher especially used by Mohammedans    Madhya 25.193
  pāṇi-śaṅkha—a conchshell that can be held in the hand    Antya 14.79
  pāṇi-caraṇa—hands and legs    Madhya 6.150
  pāṇi-grahaṇa—marriage    Adi 15.4
  pāṇi-rodha—checking with Her hand    Madhya 14.198
  pāṇi-sparśa-akṣamābhyām—which were so delicate that they were unable to bear even the touch of Sītā’s palm    SB 9.10.4
  pānī-phala—a fruit produced in the water of rivers    Antya 18.105
  sa-pāṇi-kavalam—with a morsel of food in His hand    SB 10.13.61
  sa-pāṇi-kavalaḥ—carrying His yogurt and rice in His hand    SB 10.13.14
  samudrera pānī—the water of the sea    Antya 20.90-91
  sei pānī-lakṣye—on account of this water    Antya 4.203
  udāra-pāṇi—of Lord Kṛṣṇa    NoI 9
  viṣa-garta-pāni—water in a poison pit of material happiness    Adi 13.123
  ānibāre pāni—for bringing water.    Antya 6.299

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