Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: punah

  punah—again    Bg 4.9, Bg 4.35, Bg 5.1, Bg 8.15, Bg 8.16, Bg 9.7, Bg 9.33, Bg 11.49, Bg 16.13-15, Bg 17.21 (and more...)
  punah—again.    Bg 8.26, SB 1.9.47, SB 1.12.1, SB 3.16.31, SB 6.18.3-4, SB 6.18.62, SB 8.11.10, SB 9.11.9, SB 9.12.6, Antya 12.149
  punah—then    SB 1.19.33
  punah—again (at home).    SB 2.10.49-50
  punah—again, for the second time    SB 3.3.17
  punah—again and again    SB 4.20.30
  punah—again (is to be said)    SB 8.20.10
  punah—yet    SB 9.6.41-42
  punah—again (their son)    SB 10.7.30
  punah—again, the second    Madhya 16.78
  punah—but    Madhya 20.145
  punah punah—again and again    SB 1.14.11, SB 1.14.11, SB 3.30.11, SB 3.30.11, SB 4.18.5, SB 4.18.5, SB 4.30.36, SB 4.30.36, SB 6.1.2, SB 6.1.2 (and more...)
  punah punah—again, again    Bg 9.8, Bg 9.8, Adi 17.236, Adi 17.236
  kim punah—what to speak of.    SB 3.19.34, Antya 7.10
  punah api—again    SB 5.14.41, Madhya 13.207
  punah punah—repeatedly.    Bg 18.77, Bg 18.77
  a-punah-anvayam—from which one does not return    SB 6.14.58
  abhyagat punah—but He has come back again unhurt    SB 10.7.31
  bhutva punah—becoming again    Bg 11.50
  hasantah ca punah daduh—when they saw the proprietor, they threw it farther away and enjoyed laughing, and when the owner sometimes cried, his bag was given to him again.    SB 10.12.5
  kim punah—how much less.    SB 3.22.12
  kim punah—what to speak.    SB 10.12.39
  na punah—nor again    Bg 11.16
  punah adhyagamat—revived them again    SB 1.15.30
  punah bheje—again accepted    SB 9.23.18-19
  punah ca—and again    Bg 11.39
  punah ca—again    SB 5.13.19
  punah durat—then again threw farther away    SB 10.12.5
  punah eva—even again    SB 10.3.42
  punah eva—even again because of pious activities    SB 10.7.32
  punah janma—rebirth    Bg 8.16
  punah agatah—coming again    SB 3.2.6
  punah apatet—in the future it may happen again (but what can I do).    SB 10.1.49-50
  punah asi—again coming back    Madhya 12.129
  punah asvadila—again He tasted.    Antya 20.139
  punah-bhavah—takes birth repeatedly.    SB 1.3.32
  punah-bhavah—again and again    SB 7.15.50-51
  punah-bhavah—my meeting with you is just like another birth    SB 10.5.24
  punah-bhave—into another birth    SB 5.26.37
  punah-bhavat—which is liable to birth, death and old age    SB 5.19.23
  punah-bara—again.    Madhya 6.128
  punah-bara—again    Antya 16.47
  punah-janma—transcendental rebirth.    Madhya 11.139
  punah-ukti—reputation    Madhya 15.14
  punah-ukti—repetition    Madhya 25.17
  punah-ukti haya—it will be repetition    Antya 10.51
  punah-agamana—again coming there    Madhya 1.258
  punah-agamana—again coming    Madhya 1.260

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