Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: pati

  pati—maintains    SB 2.6.39, SB 4.11.26, SB 5.18.20, SB 8.14.7
  pati—husband    SB 3.31.42, SB 8.16.19, Antya 7.103
  pati—husbands    Madhya 19.210, Antya 7.42, Antya 15.71
  pati—spreading    Madhya 4.72, Madhya 13.11
  pati—Lord    Adi 2.16
  pati—of the husband    Madhya 21.142
  pati—a husband    Madhya 22.163
  pati—protects    SB 6.9.26-27
  pati—demonstrating    Madhya 16.272
  pati—setting    Antya 9.14
  pati-vrata—devoted to her husband    SB 1.13.30, Adi 13.60, Madhya 9.297, Antya 7.104
  bhagini-pati—sister's husband    Madhya 6.112, Madhya 20.38
  pati-vrata—of chastity    Madhya 8.183-184, Madhya 9.118
  pati-vrata—chaste woman    Madhya 9.111, Madhya 9.201
  adri-pati—two great mountains    SB 3.17.16
  sri-pati—the husband of the goddess of fortune.    Adi 3.37
  dam-pati—husband and wife    SB 4.25.43
  dam-pati—the wife and husband    SB 6.16.60
  dam-pati—a husband and wife    SB 9.9.25
  dam-pati—both husband and wife    SB 10.3.39
  eka-pati—one master    SB 4.20.27
  go-pati—of the sun-god    Madhya 19.98
  mrga-pati-bhayat—because of fear of the lion    SB 5.8.24
  mrta pati—the dead husband    Antya 20.57
  sat-aisvarya-pati—the master of six opulences    Madhya 15.179
  pati lagi—for the satisfaction of her husband    Antya 20.57
  pati-devata—chaste    SB 1.7.47
  pati-devata—devoted to the husband    SB 4.26.15
  pati-devata—accepting her husband as the Supreme Lord.    SB 4.28.43
  pati-devatah—because their only worshipable object was their husband.    SB 9.6.53
  pati-devatayah—very much attached to her husband    SB 4.12.41
  pati-devanam—who have accepted their husbands as worshipable    SB 7.11.25
  pati-loka-parayana—because of being inclined to go with her husband    SB 9.9.36
  pati-lokam—the planet where the husband had gone    SB 4.23.29
  pati-lokam—the planet named Patiloka    SB 5.9.7
  pati-rupa-dhrk—in the form of the husband.    SB 6.18.33-34
  pati-tyage—to give up one's husband    Antya 17.36
  pati-vrata—of the chaste woman    Madhya 9.200
  pati-vrata—of those who are chaste and devoted to the husband    Madhya 21.106
  pati-vrata—a chaste, devoted wife    Antya 7.107
  pati-vrata-siromani—the topmost of chaste women    Antya 20.57
  pati-vrata-dharma—the vow of chastity    Madhya 9.116
  pati-vrata-dharma—the religious principle of a chaste woman.    Antya 7.106
  pati-vrata-ganera—of all chaste women    Madhya 21.116
  pati-vratara—of chaste wives    Madhya 21.142
  pati-vratah—devoted to the husband    SB 6.18.35
  pati-age—in front of their husbands    Madhya 12.32
  pati-age—even in front of the husbands    Madhya 21.143
  prana-pati—lord of life    Adi 4.21-22
  prana-pati—the Lords of his life.    Adi 11.27
  pati-vratyena—because of her strong faith in her husband    SB 9.3.17
  sei pati—that husband    Madhya 13.153
  sena-pati—captains    Adi 3.75
  sena-pati—as commanders in chief    Adi 7.164
  sita-pati—Lord Ramacandra.    Madhya 9.17
  sita-pati—Lord Sri Ramacandra and Sitadevi.    Madhya 9.221
  tanra bhagni-pati—his brother-in-law (the husband of Sarvabhauma's sister)    Adi 10.130
  vaikunthera pati—predominating Deities of the Vaikuntha planets    Madhya 21.22
  varsa-pati—the rulers of the two tracts of land    SB 5.20.31
  vraja-pati-sutasya—of the son of Nanda Maharaja    Antya 14.73
  yudham pati—both great military commanders.    SB 6.12.23

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