Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: pranaya

  praṇaya—of love    Adi 1.5, Adi 4.55, Madhya 8.169
  praṇaya—love    Madhya 2.66, Madhya 19.178, Madhya 23.42
  praṇaya—loving    SB 1.9.40, Antya 7.143
  praṇaya—and with love    SB 3.23.9
  praṇaya—of devotion    SB 5.4.19
  praṇaya—with love    SB 5.8.13
  praṇaya—all loving affairs.    Antya 19.51
  prāṇāya—the origin of life    SB 5.18.25
  prāṇāya—the source of everyone’s life    SB 8.16.33
  praṇaya-mahimā—the greatness of the love    Adi 1.6, Adi 4.230
  kare praṇaya-roṣa—showed affectionate anger.    Antya 7.99
  kari praṇaya-roṣa—displaying anger in affection    Antya 9.31
  praṇaya-aśru-locanaḥ—with tears in his eyes because of love    SB 6.16.31
  praṇaya-apāya-kātarāḥ—being afraid that their friendship with Her would be broken    SB 8.9.23
  praṇaya-autkaṇṭhya—eagerly thinking of the affection    SB 1.15.3
  praṇaya-avalokaiḥ—by their affectionate glances.    Madhya 17.36
  praṇaya-avalokaiḥ—with glances of love.    Antya 15.51
  praṇaya-baddhābhiḥ—who were bound with maternal affection    SB 10.6.30
  praṇaya-bāṣpa-niruddha-avaloka-nayanaḥ—awakening of tears of love in the eyes, obstructing the vision    SB 5.7.12
  praṇaya-ghana—of the concentrated loving affairs    Antya 1.128
  praṇaya-jani-bhūḥ—the birthplace of love of Kṛṣṇa    Madhya 8.182
  praṇaya-rasanayā—with the rope of love    Madhya 25.128
  praṇaya-roṣa—anger in love.    Madhya 16.138
  praṇaya-roṣa—affectionate anger    Antya 7.145
  praṇaya-vasatiḥ—object of love    NoI 11
  praṇaya-vihvala—overwhelmed with love    Madhya 16.104
  praṇaya-vikāra—transformation of love    Adi 4.59
  praṇaya-ānanda—due to transcendental bliss from a relationship of love    SB 7.4.41
  sakhī-praṇaya—Her love for Her associates    Madhya 8.170

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