Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: sapta

  sapta—seven    Bg 10.6, SB 1.11.28, SB 1.14.7, SB 1.14.27, SB 2.2.21, SB 2.6.1, SB 2.10.31, SB 3.11.8, SB 3.12.47, SB 3.21.25 (and more...)
  sapta—sevenfold    SB 2.1.25
  sapta—seven systems    SB 2.5.36
  sapta—all together seven    SB 3.26.50
  sapta-ṛṣayaḥ—the seven sages    SB 8.13.5, SB 8.13.15-16, SB 8.18.16
  sapta sapta—forty-nine    SB 6.18.70, SB 6.18.70
  sapta-dhā—into seven pieces    SB 6.18.62, SB 6.18.62
  sapta-dhā—into seven    SB 6.18.72, SB 6.18.72
  sapta-dvīpa-vatīm—consisting of seven islands    SB 3.21.2, SB 9.6.33-34
  sapta-dvīpe—on seven islands    Madhya 20.218, Antya 9.9
  triḥ-sapta—thrice seven times    SB 1.3.20, SB 2.7.22
  triḥ-sapta-kṛtvaḥ—twenty-one times    SB 9.15.14, SB 9.16.18-19
  sapta eva—seven in number    SB 5.20.10
  sapta gauṇa—seven indirect mellows    Madhya 19.188
  sapta godāvarī—to the place known as Sapta-godāvarī    Madhya 9.318
  sapta miśra—seven Miśras    Adi 13.57-58
  sapta varṣāṇi—seven divisions of the island    SB 5.20.25
  sapta ūrdhvam—and seven systems upwards    SB 2.5.36
  sapta ṛṣayaḥ—the seven great sages (beginning with Marīci)    SB 5.17.3
  sapta-aham—continuously for one week    SB 6.16.27
  sapta-śatāni—seven hundred    SB 5.26.27
  sapta-daśa—seventeen    SB 9.15.30
  sapta-dhanuḥ—a distance measured by seven bows (approximately fourteen yards)    SB 6.11.11
  sapta-dhā—seven kinds.    Madhya 19.186
  sapta-dināni—continuously for seven days    SB 2.7.32
  sapta-dvīpa—seven islands    SB 4.21.12
  sapta-dvīpa—of the seven islands    SB 5.16.2
  sapta-dvīpa—of the seven islands (the whole world)    SB 9.23.24
  sapta-dvīpa-adhipatayaḥ—those who are proprietors of the seven islands    SB 8.19.23
  sapta-dvīpa-ambudhi—the oceans of the islands    Madhya 20.387
  sapta-dvīpa-patiḥ—the master of the entire world, consisting of seven islands    SB 9.18.46
  sapta-dvīpa-vara-icchayā—by the desire to take possession of seven islands.    SB 8.19.22
  sapta-dvīpa-vatī—consisting of seven islands    SB 7.4.16
  sapta-dvīpa-vatī-patiḥ—Māndhātā, who was the King of the entire world, consisting of seven islands    SB 9.6.47
  sapta-dvīpavatīm—consisting of seven islands    SB 9.4.15-16
  sapta-dvīpera loka—people from all of the seven islands within the universe    Antya 2.10
  sapta-hastāya—who have seven hands    SB 8.16.31
  sapta-jihvaḥ—having seven flames    SB 5.20.2
  sapta-kṛt—seven times    SB 5.1.30
  sapta-mukhāḥ—having seven hoods    SB 5.26.33
  sapta-prahara—seven praharas (twenty-one hours)    Adi 10.102
  sapta-prahara—twenty-one hours    Adi 17.18
  sapta-pātālera—of the seven lower planetary systems    Antya 9.8
  sapta-raktaḥ—seven reddish    Adi 14.15
  sapta-rasa—seven kinds of mellows    Madhya 19.187
  sapta-rātra-ante—at the end of seven nights    SB 6.16.28
  sapta-rātram—seven nights    SB 4.8.53
  sapta-rātrāt—after seven nights    SB 6.15.27
  sapta-samudra-vatyāḥ—possessing seven seas    SB 5.6.13
  sapta-srotaḥ—seven sources    SB 1.13.52
  sapta-tantūn—the seven kinds of Vedic ritualistic ceremonies, beginning from the agniṣṭoma-yajña    SB 7.3.30
  sapta-tvak—having seven coverings (skin, blood, muscle, fat, bone, marrow and semen)    SB 10.2.27
  sapta-tāla—the seven palm trees    Madhya 9.313
  sapta-tāla dekhi—after seeing the seven palm trees    Madhya 9.313
  sapta-tāla-vimocana—deliverance of the Sapta-tāla trees    Madhya 1.116
  sapta-tāla-vṛkṣa—seven palm trees    Madhya 9.312
  sapta-vadhriḥ—bound by the seven layers    SB 3.31.11
  sapta-vadhriḥ—bound by the seven layers of material coverings    SB 3.31.19
  sapta-varṣa-nāmabhyaḥ—for whom the seven tracts of land were named    SB 5.20.2
  sapta-varṣaḥ—although He was only seven years old    SB 2.7.32
  sapta-varṣāṇi—seven tracts of land    SB 5.20.9
  sapta-vitasti—seven vitastis    Adi 5.72
  sapta-ṛṣayaḥ—the seven saintly sages    SB 5.23.5
  sapta-ṛṣibhiḥ—by the seven ṛṣis    SB 8.24.34-35

a   b   c   d   e   f   g   h   i   j   k   l   m   n   o   p   q   r   s   t   u   v   w   x   y   z