Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: sata

  sata—hundred    SB 4.27.13, SB 4.29.21, SB 5.5.28, Adi 16.36, Adi 17.82, Madhya 12.78, Madhya 21.67, Antya 6.55
  sata—one hundred    SB 5.24.31, Adi 16.40, Madhya 4.61, Madhya 6.206, Madhya 12.105
  sata—hundreds    Madhya 6.176, Madhya 14.130, Antya 8.81
  sata—with hundreds    SB 4.6.27, Adi 1.73-74
  sata—seven    Madhya 14.175, Madhya 24.68
  sata—of hundreds    SB 4.25.20
  sata—hundreds and thousands    SB 7.10.68
  sata—one hundred times    Adi 4.258
  sata—by hundreds    Adi 5.22
  sata—hundreds of    Madhya 12.84
  sata—a hundred    Madhya 21.4
  sata—automatically    SB 3.8.18
  sata—hairs on the shoulder    SB 3.13.44
  sata—a flame    SB 4.5.2
  sata—by the hair on Lord Nrsimhadeva’s head    SB 7.8.32
  sata—and seven    Adi 13.9
  sata—seven.    Madhya 24.66
  panca-sata—five or seven    Adi 17.203, Madhya 8.51-52, Madhya 9.293, Madhya 14.37, Madhya 15.73, Madhya 16.111, Madhya 16.177
  sata sata—hundreds and hundreds    Adi 9.19, Adi 9.19, Madhya 7.105, Madhya 7.105
  sata dina—seven days    Madhya 1.233, Madhya 6.123, Madhya 6.124, Madhya 16.209
  panca-sata—five to seven.    Madhya 16.226, Madhya 17.37, Antya 18.52
  sata sata—very many    Adi 16.5, Adi 16.5
  sata sata—many hundreds    Adi 16.9, Adi 16.9
  sata sata—hundreds of    Madhya 12.110, Madhya 12.110
  sata sata—hundreds upon hundreds    Madhya 13.20, Madhya 13.20
  sata sata bhara—hundreds of pots.    Madhya 3.75, Madhya 3.75
  sata sata bhara—hundreds of buckets.    Madhya 15.239, Madhya 15.239
  sata sata dhare—hundreds and hundreds of branches.    Antya 7.165, Antya 7.165
  sata sata guna—hundreds of qualities more    Adi 4.240, Adi 4.240
  sata sata jana—hundreds of men    Madhya 12.107, Madhya 12.107
  sata-bhagasya—of one hundredth    Madhya 19.140, Madhya 19.141
  sata-sata dhara—hundreds and hundreds of branches.    Antya 5.162, Antya 5.162
  sata-guna—one hundred times    Adi 7.24, Madhya 17.226
  caudda-sata sata-sake—in 1407 of the Saka Era (A.D. 1486)    Adi 13.89, Adi 13.89
  cari-sata mudra—four hundred coins    Antya 6.259, Antya 6.267
  dina panca-sata—five or seven days    Madhya 1.232, Antya 12.77
  ei sata—these seven    Madhya 20.27, Madhya 24.11
  sata jana—seven persons    Antya 7.73-74, Antya 10.59
  sata sata—seven each    Adi 14.55, Adi 14.55
  sata-sampradaye—in the seven groups    Antya 10.59, Antya 10.61
  tara sata sata dhara—the flow of that eternal bliss is running in hundreds of branches    Madhya 25.271, Madhya 25.271
  abda-sata—of hundreds of years    SB 10.1.38
  sata bhakta-gana—hundreds of devotees    Madhya 12.108
  sata culaya—in one hundred ovens    Madhya 15.226
  sata ghata—one hundred pots    Madhya 12.96
  sata ghate—in a hundred waterpots    Madhya 12.95
  sata jana—about one hundred men    Madhya 12.95
  sata jana—hundreds of men.    Madhya 12.108
  sata jana—one hundred men    Madhya 15.226
  sata jana—one hundred persons.    Madhya 18.169
  sata mudra—one hundred coins    Antya 6.146
  sata vatsara paryanta—up to one hundred years    Madhya 2.25
  sata-amsa—one hundred divisions    Madhya 19.139
  sata-amsa—a hundredth part    Madhya 19.140
  sata-ayutaih—unlimitedly, by many hundreds of thousands    SB 10.1.17
  sata-bhagah—one hundred trutis    SB 3.11.6
  sata-baho—Satabahu (hundred-armed)    SB 7.2.4-5
  sata-candra—possessing brilliant circles like a hundred moons    SB 6.8.26
  sata-candra-vartmabhih—by the maneuvers of his sword and his shield, which was marked with a hundred moonlike spots    SB 7.8.28
  sata-candra-yuktah—with a shield decorated with hundreds of moons    SB 8.20.31
  sata-candram—decorated with one hundred moons    SB 4.15.17
  sata-srngah—Satasrnga    SB 5.20.10
  sata-dhrtau—Lord Brahma    SB 3.24.21
  sata-dhrtih—Lord Brahma    SB 7.4.1
  sata-dha—into one hundred parts    Madhya 19.141
  sata-dhara—with hundreds of branches.    Madhya 14.140
  sata-druh—Satadru    SB 5.19.17-18
  sata-eka—one hundred    Madhya 19.139
  sata-eka-bijam—the root cause of hundreds    SB 3.9.2
  sata-ghata—hundreds of waterpots    Madhya 4.56
  sata-gunam—a hundred times    Madhya 8.211
  sata-haste—with one hundred hands    Madhya 12.115
  sata-janera—of one hundred people    Antya 10.111
  sata-janera—of one hundred persons    Antya 10.127
  sata-janera kama—the work of hundreds of men.    Madhya 12.114
  sata-janmabhih—for one hundred births    SB 4.24.29
  sata-janmabhih—by hundreds of births    Antya 4.63
  sata-kesarah—Satakesara    SB 5.20.26
  sata-koti—hundreds of thousands    Madhya 8.109
  sata-koti—hundreds and thousands    Madhya 8.116
  sata-koti—one billion yojanas    Madhya 21.85
  sata-kratum—King Indra    SB 4.20.18
  sata-kratuh—who performed one hundred sacrifices    SB 4.16.24
  sata-kratuh—King Indra, who had performed a hundred sacrifices    SB 4.19.2
  sata-kratuh—Indra, the King of heaven    SB 6.8.42
  sata-krtvah—one hundred times    SB 5.4.17
  sata-manyoh—Indra, who performed one hundred such sacrifices    SB 1.8.6
  sata-mukha—as if with hundreds of mouths    Antya 3.93
  sata-mukhe—in hundreds of mouths    Adi 4.255
  sata-palasat—like lotus flowers with hundreds of petals    SB 6.9.43
  sata-parva-dhrk—the controller of the thunderbolt (Indra).    SB 3.14.41
  sata-parvana—possessing one hundred joints    SB 6.12.3
  sata-parvana—having one hundred joints.    SB 6.12.25
  sata-parvana—which has hundreds of sharp edges    SB 8.11.6
  sata-patra—lotus flower    SB 2.9.11
  sata-patra-netrah—Lord Sri Krsna    SB 3.1.29
  sata-patra-patrau—having feathers like the petals of a lotus flower    SB 5.2.8
  sata-patra-adi—lotus flowers with a hundred petals and so on    SB 5.24.10
  sata-patraih—with lotuses    SB 4.6.16
  sata-patram—he lotus flower    Antya 1.170
  sata-prakara—a hundred varieties    Antya 10.24
  sata-sahasra-yojane—measuring 100,000 yojanas (800,000 miles)    SB 5.26.18
  sata-sahasrasah—many hundreds and thousands    SB 5.19.16
  sata-sankhyayoh—hundreds of years    SB 3.11.20
  sata-tina—about three hundred.    Adi 12.32
  sata-valsah nama—the tree named Satavalsa (because of having hundreds of trunks)    SB 5.16.24
  sata-viccheda-samyutah—having 355 chapters    Madhya 25.143-144
  sata-yojana—one hundred yojanas    SB 5.16.12
  sata-yojana—of one hundred yojanas    SB 5.24.6
  sata-yojanam—up to one hundred yojanas (eight hundred miles)    SB 5.16.23
  sata-aha—in one hundred days    Madhya 5.1
  sata-avrtti—hundreds of times    Madhya 19.230
  caudda-sata—1400 (A.D. 1479)    Adi 13.9
  caudda-sata—1400    Adi 13.80
  caudda-sata pancanne—in the year 1455 (A.D. 1534)    Adi 13.9
  chaya-sata—six hundred    Madhya 20.388
  cari-sata bisa—420    Madhya 20.321
  sata-kaumbhim—made entirely of gold    SB 5.16.28
  dasa-sata-aram—the Sudarsana disc (ten hundred spokes)    SB 3.28.27
  dasa-sata-ananah—one who has ten hundred faces    SB 2.7.41
  dasa-sata-ananah—who has a thousand hoods    Madhya 21.13
  dina-panca-sata—five or seven days    Madhya 10.59
  dui-sata—numbering about two hundred    Madhya 11.67
  dui-sata turki—two hundred Turks    Madhya 18.173
  dui-tina sata—two hundred to three hundred    Antya 12.13
  ei sata artha—these seven different meanings    Madhya 24.153
  eka-sata—one hundred    Madhya 12.78
  eka-sata mudra—one hundred coins    Antya 6.153
  eka-una-sata-kratuh—he who performed ninety-nine yajnas    SB 4.19.32
  ekadasa-sata-yojana-uttunga—1,100 yojanas high    SB 5.16.16
  janma-sata-udbhavam—occurring during the last hundred births    SB 3.31.9
  jana panca-sata—five to seven men    Madhya 4.71
  kata sata—how many hundreds of    Madhya 15.71
  karya panca-sata—five to seven different purposes.    Antya 2.169
  panca-sata loka—five hundred men    Madhya 12.154-155
  putra-sata—one hundred sons    SB 9.6.4
  panca-sata—five or seven men.    Madhya 11.108
  panca-sata—five to seven different kinds    Madhya 15.54-55
  panca-sata—five days or at the most a week    Madhya 19.251
  panca-sata dine—five to seven days.    Madhya 9.329
  panca-sata jana—five or seven persons    Madhya 17.58
  ratna-ogha-sata-kaumbha-ambara-avrtan—covered with jewels and cloth embroidered with gold.    SB 10.5.3
  sata-kesara—by His mane    SB 7.8.19-22
  sei sata mohara—these seven golden coins    Madhya 20.26
  surya-sata—hundreds of suns    Madhya 8.18
  sade sata prahara—7.5 praharas (one prahara equals three hours)    Antya 6.310
  sata dina—for seven days    Madhya 16.234
  sata jana—seven men    Madhya 12.200
  sata ksira—seven pots of sweet rice    Madhya 4.207
  sata mohara—seven gold coins    Madhya 20.24
  sata sampradaya—all the seven parties    Madhya 13.72
  sata sampradaya—in seven groups    Antya 7.72
  sata sampradaye—in seven groups    Madhya 13.48
  sata vatsarera—seven years old    Antya 16.75
  sata thani—in the seven places    Madhya 13.51
  sata thani—in seven places    Madhya 13.52
  sata-dike—in seven directions    Antya 10.66
  sata-hajara—seven thousand    Madhya 20.14
  sata-jana—seven persons    Madhya 12.163-164
  sata-kundi—the seven big, big earthen pots    Antya 6.59
  sata-sampradaya—seven groups    Antya 10.58
  sata-sampradaya—the seven groups    Antya 10.66
  sata-thani—in seven groups    Antya 7.73-74
  tat-sata—by His hair    SB 7.8.33
  yojana-sata—one hundred yojanas (eight hundred miles)    SB 4.6.32
  yojana-sata—of eight hundred miles    SB 5.26.28
  avarta-sata—by the whirling waves    SB 10.3.50

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