Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: pitr

  pitr—father    SB 1.9.49, SB 1.13.21, SB 1.14.4, SB 5.7.4, SB 6.2.9-10
  pitr—the inhabitants of Pitrloka    SB 4.19.42, SB 5.18.32, SB 6.13.2
  pitr—to the forefathers    SB 3.32.3, SB 7.2.11
  pitr—forefathers    SB 4.25.40, SB 7.15.6
  pitr—the forefathers    SB 1.2.27
  pitr—parents    SB 1.8.49
  pitr—the Pita planets    SB 3.11.16
  pitr—of the Pita planets    SB 3.11.26
  pitr—ancestors    SB 4.3.4
  pitr—inhabitants of Pitrloka    SB 4.20.35-36
  pitr—persons coming from Pitrloka    SB 4.21.26
  pitr—the denizens of Pitrloka    SB 4.21.45
  pitr—like the father    SB 4.27.7
  pitr—the father    SB 5.14.17
  pitr—of all the inhabitants of Pitrloka    SB 5.22.10
  pitr—of his father    SB 6.1.58-60
  pitr—by the Pitas    SB 6.10.17-18
  pitr—by your father    SB 6.16.3
  pitr—the residents of Pitrloka    SB 7.10.68
  pitr—unto the forefathers    SB 7.14.25
  pitr—with the inhabitants of Pitrloka    SB 8.23.20-21
  pitr—a father    Madhya 22.163
  pitr-vat—exactly like his father    SB 1.12.4, SB 7.4.31-32, SB 9.10.50, SB 9.18.46
  pitr-vat—like a father    SB 3.1.27, SB 4.16.17
  pitr-susrusanam—the service of the parents    SB 6.7.28
  pitr-sunya—without his father    Antya 3.3
  pitr-deva-arcanam—the worship of the forefathers and the demigods    SB 10.5.1-2
  pitr-devatanam—of the forefathers and demigods    SB 6.19.26-28
  pitr-devebhyah—unto the pitas and the demigods    SB 5.20.12
  pitr-devanam—known as pitr-yana and deva-yana    SB 7.15.56
  pitr-devaya—unto the master of Pitrloka    SB 4.24.41
  pitr-dhana—the riches of your father    Madhya 20.128
  pitr-gana-adhipatih—who is the chief of the pitas    SB 5.18.29
  pitr-ganan—the inhabitants of the Pita planets    SB 2.10.37-40
  pitr-ganan—and the Pitas    SB 3.20.42
  pitr-ganah—the persons known as pitas    SB 5.26.5
  pitr-geha-kautukam—the festival in the house of her father    SB 4.3.13
  pitr-gehan—the household affairs of His father    Adi 6.68
  pitr-grhat—from the houses of His father    SB 9.24.66
  pitr-huh—named Pitrhu    SB 4.29.12
  pitr-ha—a person who has killed his father    SB 6.13.8-9
  pitr-kriya—rituals performed after the death of the father    Adi 15.24
  pitr-kula—father's family    Adi 15.14
  pitr-karye—in the sraddha ceremony, in which oblations are offered to the forefathers    SB 7.15.3
  pitr-lokam—to Pitrloka    SB 3.32.20
  pitr-medha-vidhanena—by the funeral ceremony performed by the son after the death of his father or some family member    SB 9.10.29
  pitr-matr-sneha—paternal love    Madhya 24.33
  pitr-paitamaham—which he received from his father and forefathers    SB 5.7.8
  pitr-patin—Yamaraja and the other leaders of the Pitas    SB 7.4.5-7
  pitr-pitamahaih—with the fathers and grandfather.    SB 4.1.61
  pitr-putra—of the father or sons    SB 5.14.14
  pitr-putran—father or sons    SB 5.14.14
  pitr-rajah—Yamaraja, the king of the pitas    SB 5.26.6
  pitr-rajyam—the fatherís property, the kingdom    SB 9.22.12-13
  pitr-samah—like his father    SB 9.14.2
  pitr-sannidhau—in the presence of his father    SB 5.9.5
  pitr-vamsa—paternal family    SB 4.27.8
  pitr-vadham—the killing of his father    SB 9.16.18-19
  pitr-vatsalah—all very affectionate to their father.    SB 6.6.1
  pitr-vratah—worshipers of ancestors    Bg 9.25
  pitr-yajna-maha-utsavam—the great festival of sacrifice performed by her father    SB 4.3.5-7
  pitr-yajnam—to the sacrificial arena of his father    SB 4.19.22
  pitr-yanam—going to Pitrloka    SB 4.29.13
  pitr-yanam—the way of taking birth from the fatherís semen    SB 7.15.50-51
  pitr-adesena—by the order of their father    SB 6.5.4-5
  pitr-adi—parents    Madhya 22.161
  pitr-adikera—of the forefathers and so on    Madhya 22.140

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