Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: soka

  śoka—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...)
  śoka—of lamentation    SB 5.11.16, SB 6.15.21-23
  śoka—and lamentation    SB 9.16.15, Madhya 19.202
  śoka—bereavement    SB 1.7.58
  śoka—grief    SB 1.13.59
  śoka—by aggrievement    SB 4.28.20
  śoka—in lamentation    SB 4.29.28
  śoka—by the distress    SB 6.10.9
  śoka—shock.    Adi 17.129
  śoka—the lamentation    Madhya 2.35
  śoka-agninā—by the fire of lamentation    SB 5.14.15, SB 7.9.17
  harṣa-śoka—jubilation and lamentation    SB 6.14.29, Antya 15.69
  ati-śoka-kātarāḥ—being greatly aggrieved    SB 4.13.48
  śoka-abhibhūtam—very much aggrieved by lamentation    SB 6.15.1
  śoka-amarṣa—lamentation and grief    SB 8.11.29
  śoka-artām—overtaken by bereavement    SB 1.8.3
  śoka-dīptena—kindled by lamentation    SB 6.18.23
  śoka-dāva-agninā—by the fire of grief    SB 4.8.16
  śoka-dāve—the forest fire of lamentation    SB 4.7.28
  śoka-hartā—destroyer of lamentation    SB 3.14.49
  śoka-nāśanam—which vanquishes all lamentation    Antya 16.117
  śoka-taptam—affected by so much lamentation    SB 6.14.56
  śoka-ādira—of lamentation and so on    Madhya 22.119
  śoka-ākula—overwhelmed with grief    Madhya 16.147
  śoka-ārtān—greatly lamenting    SB 7.10.63
  duḥkha-śoka—all kinds of material unhappiness and lamentation.    Madhya 3.12
  duḥkha-śoka—all lamentation and unhappiness.    Madhya 4.96
  duḥkha-śoka—the unhappiness and lamentation.    Antya 1.118
  duḥkha-śoka—unhappiness and lamentation.    Antya 20.15
  duḥkha-śoka-artā—being very much aggrieved in lamentation (over her husband’s death)    SB 9.16.13
  duḥkha-śoka-bhaya-āvaham—which is the cause of all kinds of distress, lamentation and fear    SB 9.13.10
  duḥkha-śoka-tamaḥ-nudam—to minimize their unlimited unhappiness and lamentation, which are caused by ignorance    SB 9.24.61
  harṣa-śoka—sometimes by jubilation and sometimes by distress    SB 7.9.39
  harṣa-śoka—happiness and lamentation.    Antya 18.9
  harṣa-śoka-anvitaḥ—complicated, with joy and sorrow    Bg 18.27
  harṣa-śoka-bhaya-ādayaḥ—the sons named Harṣa, Śoka, Bhaya and so on.    SB 6.6.10-11
  harṣa-śoka-vivardhanaḥ—simultaneously arousing pleasure and lamentation.    SB 10.2.4-5
  khaṇḍe duḥkha-śoka—are relieved from all unhappiness and distress.    Madhya 9.88
  krodha-śoka—anger and lamentation    Antya 19.44
  kṛta-śoka—having lamented    SB 3.14.44-45
  putra-śoka—due to lamentation for the loss of his children    SB 6.5.35
  tīvra-śoka—caused by intense grief    SB 3.28.32

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