Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: pare

  pare—is able    Adi 4.240, Adi 5.227, Adi 6.115, Adi 12.94, Madhya 2.83, Madhya 5.71, Madhya 7.71, Madhya 8.92, Madhya 13.59, Madhya 13.61 (and more...)
  pare—able    Adi 17.261, Adi 17.297, Madhya 1.160, Madhya 5.156, Madhya 6.206, Madhya 8.283
  pare—in the Transcendence.    SB 1.5.27, SB 1.5.34, SB 3.7.13, SB 9.4.56
  pare—unto the transcendence    SB 1.15.47-48, SB 5.7.6, SB 9.2.11-13, SB 9.19.25
  pare—is able.    Adi 14.70, Madhya 6.83, Madhya 6.279, Madhya 16.241
  pare—others    SB 4.11.22, SB 6.15.12-15, SB 10.12.7-11
  pare—transcendental    SB 4.28.42, SB 4.31.3, SB 7.15.64
  pare—can    Adi 13.44, Madhya 9.49, Madhya 13.13
  pare—the supreme    SB 5.16.3, SB 7.1.16
  pare—in the higher status of life    SB 4.22.36
  pare—supreme    SB 4.31.17
  pare—to the Supreme    SB 6.10.11
  pare—while the father or the elder    SB 6.14.54
  pare—in the supreme    SB 7.5.41
  pare—exalted    SB 7.8.7
  pare—enemies or opposing elements.    SB 7.8.10
  pare—in the Supreme Being    SB 7.12.29-30
  pare—beyond    SB 7.13.4
  pare—unto the supreme transcendence    SB 9.4.21
  pare—wears    Antya 6.290
  pare—over and above    SB 8.3.5
  pare—beyond the jurisdiction    Adi 5.39
  pare—one is able    Adi 17.160
  pare—He is able.    Adi 17.256
  pare—are able.    Madhya 8.306
  na pare—is not able    Adi 17.107, Adi 17.151, Madhya 9.44, Madhya 14.41, Madhya 18.46
  bujhite pare—can understand.    Antya 4.84, Antya 5.87, Antya 7.165, Antya 18.30
  kahite pare—can estimate    Antya 2.82, Antya 9.115
  na pare—was not able.    Madhya 16.60, Madhya 16.85
  pare pare—in each subsequent    Madhya 8.85, Madhya 8.85
  sahite na pare—could not tolerate.    Antya 3.4-5, Antya 3.10
  sahite na pare—cannot tolerate.    Antya 3.213, Antya 5.97
  tasyah pare—on the other bank of the Viraja River    Madhya 21.51, Madhya 21.88
  ananta-pare—unlimitedly expanded    SB 4.28.27
  balite na pare—could not say anything    Antya 3.8
  balite pare—can estimate.    Antya 9.108
  bujhite na pare—not able to understand    Madhya 20.385
  sodhite pare—can repay.    Antya 12.83
  dharite pare—can control    Antya 3.112
  kahite pare—can explain.    Antya 5.158
  kahite pare—can describe    Antya 7.19
  karite na pare niscaya—cannot make a decision.    Antya 7.95
  kavau pare—unto the supreme learned person, Lord Brahma    SB 7.12.29-30
  ke bujhite pare—who can understand    Antya 9.58
  ke kahite pare—who can describe    Madhya 18.224
  ke pare balite—who can talk    Antya 3.14
  ke pare bujhite—who can understand    Antya 2.143
  ke sahite pare—who can tolerate.    Antya 9.92
  keha bujhite na pare—others could not understand.    Antya 19.18
  keha janite na pare—no one can understand.    Antya 4.90
  keha na bujhite pare—no one can understand    Antya 3.82
  khaite na pare—cannot eat.    Antya 6.316
  ki balite pare—can speak    Antya 2.135
  karana-abdhi-pare—on one bank of the Causal Ocean    Madhya 20.269
  la-ite pare—can take up.    Madhya 11.102
  nadi-pare—on the other bank of the river    Madhya 16.114-115
  na pare—does not wear    Antya 6.312
  na pare—cannot.    Antya 19.104
  na pare calite—he could not go.    Antya 13.21
  na pare janite—cannot understand    Antya 18.16-17
  na pare keha—no one is able    Antya 14.5
  na pare langhite—cannot deny.    Antya 7.107
  na pare marite—cannot die.    Antya 4.61
  na pare marite—he could not beat.    Antya 6.22
  na pare padite—could not recite.    Antya 13.127
  na pare tanite—could not move.    Madhya 14.49
  o-pare—on the other side of the Yamuna    Madhya 18.86
  pare sei—he wears    Madhya 18.185
  pare bujhite—can understand.    Antya 3.47
  pare sahibare—can tolerate.    Antya 13.57
  pare-parardham—unlimited    Madhya 17.210
  rahite na pare—could not stay.    Antya 3.6
  rasa-sindhu-pare—the shore of the ocean of transcendental mellows.    Madhya 19.236
  rakhite pare—can keep.    Antya 6.41
  randhite na pare—could not cook.    Madhya 15.226
  sahite na pare—he could not tolerate    Antya 3.103
  varnibare pare—can describe    Antya 6.105
  varnite ke pare—who can describe    Antya 14.6
  varnite pare—can describe    Antya 14.121
  virajara pare—on the other bank of the Viraja, or the Causal Ocean    Madhya 20.269
  yamuna-pare grama—his residence on the other side of the Yamuna.    Madhya 18.82
  yaibare pare—can go.    Antya 12.79
  yaite na pare—could not go    Antya 6.158
  asite na pare—could not come    Madhya 15.246
  asiteha pare—He is able to come.    Madhya 5.86
  tanite na pare—they could not pull    Madhya 14.48

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