Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: sakha

  sakhā—friend    Bg 4.3, Bg 11.41-42, SB 2.9.30, SB 3.5.12, SB 3.25.38, SB 4.25.10, SB 4.28.51, SB 9.23.7-10, SB 9.24.20, Adi 4.21-22 (and more...)
  śākhā—branches    Adi 9.18, Adi 9.19, Adi 9.22, Adi 9.26, Adi 10.16, Adi 10.84, Adi 10.86, Adi 11.5, Adi 12.4, Adi 12.56 (and more...)
  śākhā—branch    Adi 9.21, Adi 10.12, Adi 10.24, Adi 10.37, Adi 10.49, Adi 10.105, Adi 10.106, Adi 12.27, Adi 12.56, Adi 12.69
  sakhā—friends    Adi 3.12, Madhya 22.161, Madhya 24.290
  sakhā—the friend    SB 6.4.24, Adi 4.25
  śākhā—whose branches    SB 8.15.12
  śākhā—other branches    Adi 9.17
  śākhā—one-sided    Adi 10.20
  śākhā—another branch (the tenth branch)    Adi 10.31
  śākhā—the eleventh branch    Adi 10.33
  śākhā—the seventeenth branch    Adi 10.39
  śākhā—another branch    Adi 10.40
  śākhā—the next branch    Adi 10.73
  śākhā—the branches    Adi 12.7
  sakha—the companions    SB 3.23.39
  sakhā—a friend    SB 3.4.9
  sakhā—the eternal friend    SB 4.29.3
  sakhā—cowherd boyfriends    Madhya 11.233
  mora sakhā—my friend    Antya 7.31, Antya 16.83
  mūla-śākhā—the chief creeper    Madhya 19.160, Madhya 19.161
  advaita-śākhā—branches of Advaita Ācārya    Adi 12.65
  bahu śākhā—many branches    Adi 9.17
  baḍa śākhā—the big branches    Adi 9.23
  baḍa śākhā—big branch    Adi 10.15
  baḍa śākhā—the big branch    Adi 10.85
  baḍa śākhā—a big branch    Adi 12.13
  baḍa-śākhā—another big branch    Adi 10.14
  baḍa-śākhā eka—one of the biggest branches    Adi 10.130
  śākhā saba—all the branches    Antya 15.49
  śākhā-candra-nyāya—by the analogy of the moon and the branches of a tree    Madhya 20.248
  śākhā-candra-nyāya—the logic of showing the moon through the branches of a tree    Antya 17.65
  śākhā-candra-nyāye—by the logic of showing the moon through the branches of a tree    Madhya 20.404
  śākhā-candra-nyāye—according to the logic of seeing the moon through the branches of a tree    Madhya 21.30
  śākhā-śreṣṭha—the chief branch    Adi 12.80
  śākhā-gaṇa—branches.    Adi 9.54
  śākhā-gaṇa—the branches    Adi 11.6
  śākhā-gaṇa—branches    Adi 12.67
  śākhā-gaṇera—of the branches    Adi 9.20
  śākhā-mṛgaiḥ—with monkeys    SB 4.6.19-20
  śākhā-rūpān—represented as branches    Adi 10.7
  śākhā-rūpān—in the form of different branches    Adi 11.4
  śākhā-rūpān—in the form of branches    Adi 12.3
  śākhā-upaśākhā—branches and subbranches    Adi 12.78
  śākhā-upaśākhāra gaṇana—description of branches and subbranches.    Adi 12.89
  śākhā-ādi—of the branches, etc.    Adi 17.323
  dui śākhā—two branches    Adi 10.8
  he sakhā—O my dear friend    Madhya 19.199-200
  he sakhā iti—O my dear friend, ajānatā    Bg 11.41-42
  kṛṣṇa-sakha—O friend of Arjuna    SB 1.8.43
  mahā-śākhā—great branches    Adi 10.78-79
  mahā-śākhā—the biggest branch    Adi 11.8
  mahā-śākhā-madhye—amongst the great branches    Adi 12.88
  mahā-mahā-śākhā—big branches    Adi 9.18
  miśrera sakhā—friend of Tapana Miśra    Madhya 17.92
  mukhya-śākhā—chief branch    Adi 11.16
  mūla-śākhā—chief branches    Adi 9.31
  nityānanda-śākhā—of the branches of Śrī Nityānanda Prabhu    Adi 17.324
  nityānandera śākhā—a branch of Nityānanda Prabhu    Adi 11.23
  sakhā guru kāntā-gaṇa—friends, superiors and beloved damsels    Madhya 24.289
  sakhā iva—like a friend    Bg 11.44
  sakhā iva—just like a friend    SB 1.15.19
  sakhā-gaṇa—boy friends    Madhya 13.150
  sakhā-gaṇa—the friends    Madhya 23.93
  sakhā-gaṇera—of the friends    Madhya 24.33
  sakhā-jñāne—by accepting as a friend    Madhya 9.129
  sakhā-saṅge—with the friends    Madhya 21.108
  sakhā-vṛnda—hundreds of friends    Madhya 15.241
  sakhā-āvala—friends.    Adi 4.113
  sarva-śākhā—all branches    Adi 11.58
  sarva-śākhā-śreṣṭha—the best of all the branches    Adi 11.56
  sarva-śākhā-gaṇera—of all branches    Adi 17.323
  vraja-sakhā—residents of Vṛndāvana    Adi 11.21
  vṛkṣa-śākhā lañā—taking a large branch of a tree    Madhya 15.33

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