Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: soka

  soka—lamentation    Bg 1.46, SB 1.7.7, SB 4.29.39-40, SB 5.6.5, SB 5.14.27, SB 6.1.51, SB 6.16.13, SB 7.13.34, SB 7.15.23, SB 7.15.43-44 (and more...)
  soka—of lamentation    SB 5.11.16, SB 6.15.21-23
  soka—and lamentation    SB 9.16.15, Madhya 19.202
  soka—bereavement    SB 1.7.58
  soka—grief    SB 1.13.59
  soka—by aggrievement    SB 4.28.20
  soka—in lamentation    SB 4.29.28
  soka—by the distress    SB 6.10.9
  soka—shock.    Adi 17.129
  soka—the lamentation    Madhya 2.35
  soka-agnina—by the fire of lamentation    SB 5.14.15, SB 7.9.17
  harsa-soka—jubilation and lamentation    SB 6.14.29, Antya 15.69
  ati-soka-katarah—being greatly aggrieved    SB 4.13.48
  soka-abhibhutam—very much aggrieved by lamentation    SB 6.15.1
  soka-amarsa—lamentation and grief    SB 8.11.29
  soka-artam—overtaken by bereavement    SB 1.8.3
  soka-diptena—kindled by lamentation    SB 6.18.23
  soka-dava-agnina—by the fire of grief    SB 4.8.16
  soka-dave—the forest fire of lamentation    SB 4.7.28
  soka-harta—destroyer of lamentation    SB 3.14.49
  soka-nasanam—which vanquishes all lamentation    Antya 16.117
  soka-taptam—affected by so much lamentation    SB 6.14.56
  soka-adira—of lamentation and so on    Madhya 22.119
  soka-akula—overwhelmed with grief    Madhya 16.147
  soka-artan—greatly lamenting    SB 7.10.63
  duhkha-soka—all kinds of material unhappiness and lamentation.    Madhya 3.12
  duhkha-soka—all lamentation and unhappiness.    Madhya 4.96
  duhkha-soka—the unhappiness and lamentation.    Antya 1.118
  duhkha-soka—unhappiness and lamentation.    Antya 20.15
  duhkha-soka-arta—being very much aggrieved in lamentation (over her husbandís death)    SB 9.16.13
  duhkha-soka-bhaya-avaham—which is the cause of all kinds of distress, lamentation and fear    SB 9.13.10
  duhkha-soka-tamah-nudam—to minimize their unlimited unhappiness and lamentation, which are caused by ignorance    SB 9.24.61
  harsa-soka—sometimes by jubilation and sometimes by distress    SB 7.9.39
  harsa-soka—happiness and lamentation.    Antya 18.9
  harsa-soka-anvitah—complicated, with joy and sorrow    Bg 18.27
  harsa-soka-bhaya-adayah—the sons named Harsa, Soka, Bhaya and so on.    SB 6.6.10-11
  harsa-soka-vivardhanah—simultaneously arousing pleasure and lamentation.    SB 10.2.4-5
  khande duhkha-soka—are relieved from all unhappiness and distress.    Madhya 9.88
  krodha-soka—anger and lamentation    Antya 19.44
  krta-soka—having lamented    SB 3.14.44-45
  putra-soka—due to lamentation for the loss of his children    SB 6.5.35
  tivra-soka—caused by intense grief    SB 3.28.32

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