Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: rsi

  rsi—saintly persons    SB 7.14.37, SB 7.15.6, Madhya 24.15
  rsi—the two sages.    SB 4.1.49-52, SB 6.18.5
  rsi—great sages    SB 4.19.42, Madhya 22.140
  rsi—the great sages    SB 4.20.35-36, SB 5.18.32
  rsi—great saintly persons    SB 6.13.2, Adi 13.57-58
  rsi—sages    SB 1.3.9
  rsi—by the great sage Narada    SB 4.8.71
  rsi—sages    SB 4.25.40
  rsi—the saintly persons    SB 6.9.26-27
  rsi—as a great saint (Parasurama)    SB 7.9.38
  rsi—with the great saintly persons    SB 8.23.20-21
  rsi—of the sages    Madhya 22.141
  rsi-vartmasu—on the path marked out by the great saintly persons    Madhya 24.166, Madhya 24.213
  brahma-rsi—great sages of spiritual knowledge    SB 4.1.12
  brahma-rsi-gana-sanjustam—filled with great brahmana sages    SB 8.18.18
  brahma-rsi-pravara-sabhayam—in a meeting of first-class brahmanas    SB 5.4.19
  brahma-rsi-sutasya—of the son born of a brahmana exalted in spiritual consciousness    SB 5.9.17
  brahma-rsi-sutah—Jada Bharata, the son of a highly educated brahmana    SB 5.13.24
  brahma-rsi-varyah—not only a brahmana but the best of great sages, or brahmarsis    SB 9.9.30
  deva-rsi—of the celestial sages    SB 3.23.4-5
  deva-rsi—demigods and sages    SB 4.15.8
  deva-rsi—of the great sages    SB 4.29.84
  deva-rsi—of the great saint Narada    SB 5.1.36
  deva-rsi—of the demigods and great rsis like Vyasadeva and Narada    SB 7.2.11
  deva-rsi—all the demigods and saints    SB 7.10.68
  deva-rsi—among the demigods and great saintly persons, including Narada Muni    SB 7.14.35
  deva-rsi-gandharvah—the demigods, sages and Gandharvas    SB 8.4.1
  deva-rsi-satkrtah—respected by great saintly persons and demigods    SB 9.22.44-45
  dui rsi—two saintly persons    Madhya 24.269
  maha-rsi—of great sages    SB 3.21.38-39
  raja-rsi—of saintly kings    SB 5.9.1-2
  raja-rsi—like a saintly king    SB 9.10.54
  raja-rsi-pravarah—most exalted among the saintly royal order    SB 5.15.6
  raja-rsi-pravarat—who are the best of all saintly kings, or rajarsis    SB 9.9.30
  raja-rsi-sattama—O best of rajarsis, saintly kings    SB 10.1.15
  sura-rsi-vara—of the great sage Narada    SB 5.1.22
  rsi-balakah—the son of a rsi    SB 1.18.36
  rsi-saptah—was formerly cursed by the sages Sanaka and Sanatana    SB 9.24.37
  rsi-gana—the sages assembled    SB 1.19.22
  rsi-gana—great sages    Madhya 17.184
  rsi-ganah—sages    SB 5.2.9
  rsi-kulya—Rsikulya    SB 5.19.17-18
  rsi-kulyam—like a series of Vedic hymns    SB 3.16.13
  rsi-kulyayam—in the womb of his wife, named Rsikulya    SB 5.15.6
  rsi-kulyayah—agreeable to the sages    SB 3.22.26-27
  rsi-kumaravat—exactly like the son or disciple of a saintly person    SB 5.8.22
  rsi-lokam—to the planetary system where the seers and munis go (Maharloka)    SB 7.12.17
  rsi-mukhyebhyah—unto the foremost sages    SB 3.24.15
  rsi-mukhyanam—by the great sages    SB 8.12.42
  rsi-murtina—with the form of a sage    SB 4.1.56
  rsi-rupa-dharah—assuming the form of great saintly persons like Yajnavalkya    SB 8.14.8
  rsi-sargam—the millennium of the rsis    SB 1.3.8
  rsi-sat-tamam—the most exalted saintly person    SB 6.9.51
  rsi-varyah—the great rsi    SB 3.1.5
  rsi-vakyam—and the words of the great saint Narada    SB 7.9.29
  rsi-rsabhaya—the most exalted of saintly persons    SB 5.19.11

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