Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: sila

  śīla—behavior    SB 2.7.46, SB 5.2.18, SB 9.10.6-7, SB 9.14.15-16
  śīla—character    SB 5.1.24, Adi 3.87, Madhya 12.192
  śīla—good behavior    SB 4.27.7, SB 9.9.29
  śīla—with character    SB 3.21.27
  śīla—noble character    SB 3.22.10
  śīla—with godly qualities    SB 4.12.12
  śīla—in character    SB 5.9.1-2
  śīla—of good character    SB 6.1.56-57
  śīlā—well-behaved    SB 4.30.16
  śila—the collecting of grains left in the field    SB 6.7.36
  śila—picking up the grains left in the field by the proprietor    SB 7.11.16
  śilā—stones    SB 2.6.5
  śilā—stone    Antya 6.292
  śilā—the stone from Govardhana Hill    Antya 6.298
  śilā—like stone    Antya 16.52
  govardhana-śilā—the stone from Govardhana Hill    Antya 6.291, Antya 6.301, Antya 20.113
  govardhanera śilā—a stone from Govardhana Hill    Antya 6.287, Antya 13.67
  su-śīla—well-behaved    Madhya 13.144, Madhya 21.121
  adharma-śīla—who are irreligious    SB 9.5.6
  śīla-audārya-guṇaiḥ—with the transcendental qualities of good character and magnanimity    SB 10.3.41
  śīla-śikṣāḥ—characteristics and education    Madhya 24.190
  śīla-śālinām—who were the best of well-behaved persons    SB 6.5.23
  śīla-dhanam—one whose wealth is good behavior    SB-4.21.44
  śīla-dharaḥ—qualified    SB 3.14.49
  śīla-maṅgalam—good behavior or auspiciousness    SB 8.8.22
  śīla-nidheḥ—reservoir of good characteristics    SB 4.13.21
  śīla-sampannaḥ—possessing all good qualities    SB 7.4.31-32
  śīla-sampannān—very well behaved    SB 4.24.26
  śīla-svabhāvataḥ—personal character    SB 3.7.29
  śīla-sārāḥ—qualitatively powerful    SB 1.19.19
  śīla-ādayaḥ—high character, etc.    SB 4.12.47
  śīla-ādi-guṇa-sampannāḥ—all blessed with good behavior and good characteristics    SB 8.8.28
  śila-uñchaḥ—picking up rejected grains    SB 3.12.42
  śilā diyā—by offering this stone    Antya 6.307
  śilā-guñjā-mālā—stone and the garland of small conchshells    Antya 6.288
  śilā-mālā—the stone and the garland of conchshells    Antya 6.293
  śilā-mālā—the stone and the garland    Antya 6.293
  śilā-pṛṣṭhe—on the surface of a stone    SB 10.4.8
  śilā-saṅge—along with the śālagrāma-śilā    Adi 14.9
  daitya-dānava-kula-tīrthī-karaṇa-śīlā-caritaḥ—whose activities and character were so exalted that he delivered all the daityas (demons) born in his family    SB 5.18.7
  ei śilā—this stone    Antya 6.294
  eka śilā—one piece of stone    Madhya 18.16
  gaṇḍa-śilā—large stone    SB 3.13.22
  govardhana-śilā—the stone from Govardhana    Antya 6.289
  guṇa-śīla—by elevated qualities and excellent behavior    SB 4.20.16
  lajjā-śīlā—shy    Madhya 23.87-91
  manana-śīla—who is thoughtful    Madhya 24.15
  payaḥ-śīla—with full milk bags    SB 9.4.33-35
  sei śilā—that stone    Antya 6.306
  su-śīla—good character    Adi 3.45
  upaśama-śīla—completely detached from all material attachments    SB 5.8.30
  vayaḥ-śīla-guṇa-ādibhiḥ—by age, character, good qualities, etc.    SB 3.22.9
  yāvat śīla-guṇa-abhidhā-ākṛti-vayaḥ—their exact character, habits, features, attributes and explicit bodily features    SB 10.13.19
  ārya-lakṣaṇa-śīla-vratāya—who possesses all the good qualities of advanced personalities    SB 5.19.3

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