Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: sabda

  śabda—sound    SB 2.5.26-29, Madhya 13.12, Antya 14.60, Antya 15.15, Antya 17.13, Antya 17.43, Antya 17.44
  śabda—vibration    Madhya 24.150, Antya 11.55
  śabda—by the word    SB 3.32.32
  śabda—such a word    Adi 16.64
  śabda—these words    Adi 16.65
  śabda—the words    Madhya 17.95
  śabda—sounds    Madhya 21.144
  śabda—words    Madhya 24.65
  śabda—the word    Antya 3.58
  śabda—the sound vibration    Antya 11.56
  śabda—of the sound    Antya 17.42
  śabda—the sound    Antya 18.75
  api-śabda—the word api    Madhya 24.202, Madhya 24.304
  bhagavat-śabda-saṁjñam—known in the higher sense as Bhagavān, or full of all opulences    SB 5.12.11
  bhakti-śabda—the word bhakti    Madhya 6.276
  bhavānī-bhartṛ śabda—the word bhavānī-bhartṛ ("the husband of Bhavānī")    Adi 16.62
  ca-śabda—the word ca    Madhya 24.171
  śabda haila—the news spread    Madhya 4.89
  śabda-alaṅkāra—ornaments of sound or ornaments of words    Adi 16.72
  śabda-alaṅkāra—ornamentation of sound    Adi 16.73
  śabda-alaṅkāra—ornamental use of different sounds    Adi 16.75
  śabda-alaṅkāra—ornamental use of words    Adi 16.77
  śabda-amṛta—nectarean sound vibrations    Antya 17.48
  śabda-artha—the word's intended meaning    Adi 16.59
  śabda-artha—the meaning of the words    Madhya 9.98
  śabda-bhit—by word jugglery    SB 7.15.13
  śabda-brahma—ritualistic principles of scripture    Bg 6.44
  śabda-brahma—transcendental sound    SB 3.12.48
  śabda-brahma—the transcendental sound vibration (the Hare Kṛṣṇa mantra)    SB 6.16.51
  śabda-brahma iti—the sounds of the Vedas    SB 3.11.35
  śabda-brahmaṇi—in the Vedic literature    SB 4.29.45
  śabda-gam—which catches sound.    SB 3.26.32
  śabda-gocaraḥ—who is understood by transcendental sound vibration    SB 3.15.11
  śabda-gocaraḥ—understood through the Vedic literature    SB 3.15.15
  śabda-guṇa—the quality of sound    Madhya 19.217
  śabda-guṇe—by the qualities of the sound    Antya 20.132
  śabda-mātram—the subtle element sound    SB 3.26.32
  śabda-tanmātrāt—which evolves from the subtle element sound    SB 3.26.35
  śabda-vidaḥ—those perceiving sound    SB 3.29.29
  śabda-yantyaḥ—making sweet vibrations    SB 7.4.9-12
  śabda-yonim—the cause of the Ṛg Veda    SB 3.1.34
  śabda-yoninā—by one who is the source of all Vedic knowledge    SB 3.4.32
  śabda-yoniḥ—the origin and source of Vedic literature    SB 8.7.25
  śabda-ādayaḥ—sound and so on    SB 6.15.21-23
  śabda-ādīn—sound vibration, etc.    Bg 4.26
  śabda-ādi—sound and so on    SB 3.32.28
  śabda-ādibhiḥ—by sounds    SB 1.14.40
  cāri-śabda—four words    Madhya 24.304
  dvitīya śabda—the word dvitīya ("second")    Adi 16.60
  gandha śabda paraśa—aroma, sound and touch    Antya 14.49
  goṅ-goṅ-śabda karena—makes a peculiar sound, goṅ-goṅ    Antya 19.60
  kṣiti-śabda—of the word “earth”    SB 5.12.9
  kṛṣṇa-śabda—the word kṛṣṇa    Adi 2.82
  mukti-śabda—the word mukti    Madhya 6.276
  sarva-lakṣmī-śabda—the word sarva-lakṣmī    Adi 4.90
  se śabda—that transcendental vibration    Antya 3.70
  veṇu-śabda—the vibration of the flute    Antya 17.23

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