Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: simha

  simha—the lion    Adi 13.90, Adi 17.183, Adi 17.186
  simha—lion    Adi 3.31, Adi 5.190, Adi 17.178-179
  simha—lions    SB 4.10.26, SB 8.10.47
  simha—a lion    SB 4.24.49
  simha-dvare—at the Simha-dvara gate    Antya 6.221, Antya 6.255, Antya 6.282, Antya 6.283
  simha-dvare—at the gate known as Simha-dvara    Antya 6.316, Antya 14.74, Antya 16.80
  simha-asana-sthau—sitting on a throne    Adi 1.16, Madhya 1.4, Antya 1.6
  bala-simha—lion cub    SB 3.2.28
  chadila simha-dvara—he has given up standing at the Simha-dvara    Antya 6.284
  gopinatha simha—of the name of Gopinatha Simha    Adi 10.76
  matta-simha—a mad lion    Madhya 7.95
  matta-simha-sama—just like a maddened lion.    Madhya 12.137
  nara-simha—O Lord Nrsimhadeva, half lion and half human being    SB 7.8.42
  ratna-simha-asane—on the throne of gems    Adi 5.218-219
  simha-dvara—at the main gate of the temple.    Madhya 14.131
  simha-dvara—the lion gate    Madhya 16.43
  simha-dvara—at the gate known as Simha-dvara.    Antya 6.217
  simha-dvara—of the gate named Simha-dvara    Antya 17.12
  simha-dvara chadila—gave up standing at the gate known as Simha-dvara    Antya 6.281
  simha-dvara dahine—on the right side of the lion gate    Madhya 11.125
  simha-dvare—at the gate of the temple of Jagannatha, known as Simha-dvara    Madhya 2.8
  simha-dvare—at the entrance door of the Jagannatha temple    Madhya 6.14
  simha-dvare—in front of the main gate, known as Simha-dvara    Antya 4.126
  simha-dvare—at the main gate    Antya 6.214
  simha-dvare—at the Simha gate    Antya 6.216
  simha-dvare—to the gate named Simha-dvara    Antya 17.15
  simha-dvare—at the Simha-dvara gate of the Jagannatha temple    Antya 20.129
  simha-dvare bhiksa-vrtti—to beg alms standing at the Simha-dvara    Antya 6.284
  simha-dvare patana—falling down by the Simha-dvara gate    Antya 20.124
  simha-dvare raya—stand at the gate known as Simha-dvara.    Antya 6.219
  simha-dvare asi—coming in front of the Simha-dvara    Antya 11.73
  simha-dvarera—of the gate known as Simha-dvara    Antya 14.62
  simha-dvarera—of the Simha-dvara    Antya 16.41
  simha-dvarera patha—the path of the Simha-dvara gate    Antya 4.123
  simha-griva—having the neck of a lion    Adi 3.30
  simha-mukha—having a face like a lion's    Adi 17.178-179
  simha-nadam—roaring sound, like a lion    Bg 1.12
  simha-nadena—with a sound like a lion    SB 6.10.19-22
  simha-nadan—vibrations like those of lions    SB 8.10.19-24
  simha-rupina—in the form of a lion (Lord Narasimha)    SB 7.1.41
  simha-virya—the strength of a lion    Adi 3.30
  simha-vikramah—strong like a lion    SB 8.8.33
  simha-vahah—being carried by a lion    SB 8.11.14
  simha-asana—throne.    Adi 5.123
  simha-asana—the throne    Madhya 5.121
  simha-asana—on the throne    Madhya 10.178
  simha-asane—on a throne    Madhya 4.54
  aila simha-dvare—came to the gate of Jagannatha temple known as Simha-dvara    Antya 11.72

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