Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: pasu

  paśu—animals    SB 3.30.6, SB 5.26.17
  paśu—horses and elephants    SB 2.4.2
  paśu—of the animals    SB 5.22.10
  paśu—of animals (cows, elephants and other household animals)    SB 7.6.11-13
  paśu—an animal    SB 8.3.17
  paśu-vat—like an animal    SB 1.7.42, SB 4.28.23
  araṇya-paśu—jungle animals    SB 8.2.7
  paśu-buddhiḥ—the animalistic conception of life (“I am the Supreme, and everyone is God”)    SB 7.5.12
  paśu-caryām—the behavior of animals    SB 5.26.23
  paśu-gaṇa—the beasts and birds.    Madhya 24.203
  paśu-ghnāt—either a butcher or one who is killing his own personal existence.    SB 10.1.4
  paśu-hiṁsayā—by killing animals unnecessarily.    SB 7.15.7
  paśu-mārakaiḥ—wherein poor animals are killed    SB 4.27.11
  paśu-māram—as if slaughtering animals    SB 4.13.41
  paśu-pakṣitaḥ—from animals and birds    SB 7.13.33
  paśu-paricchadān—animals and paraphernalia of household life    SB 7.7.4-5
  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
  paśu-romāṇi—hairs on the body of an animal    SB 5.26.14
  paśu-somānām—of the yajña with animals and the yajña with soma-rasa    SB 5.7.5
  paśu-sāmyatām—existence on the level of the animals.    SB 4.14.1
  paśu-vat—like animals    SB 4.11.10
  paśu-vat—exactly like an animal    SB 7.8.46

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