Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: sakhah

  śākhāḥ—branches    Bg 15.2, SB 1.3.21
  sakhaḥ—with his friend.    SB 4.25.47, SB 4.25.48
  sakhaḥ—accompanied by    SB 4.9.14
  adharma-śākhāḥ—which are different branches of irreligion    SB 7.15.12
  ananta-sakhaḥ—in the company of Ananta (Balarāma)    SB 1.14.35-36
  bahu-śākhāḥ—various branches    Bg 2.41
  bali-sakhaḥ—a very intimate friend of Bali Mahārāja    SB 8.11.13
  dvaipāyana-sakhaḥ—friend of Vyāsadeva    SB 3.25.4
  kṛṣṇa-sakhaḥ—the celebrated friend of Kṛṣṇa    SB 1.15.1
  kānta-sakhāḥ—with their husbands and friends    SB 4.3.12
  nala-sakhaḥ—who was a friend of Nala    SB 9.9.16-17
  nara-sakhaḥ—the friend of all living entities (especially human beings)    SB 7.6.27
  satyajit-sakhaḥ—with His friend Satyajit.    SB 8.1.26
  veda-śākhāḥ—branches of Vedic literature.    SB 5.2.9
  vāta-sakhaḥ—the friend of the wind    SB 6.8.23

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