Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: suka

  suka—Sukadeva Gosvami    Adi 6.47, Madhya 21.110, Madhya 24.113, Antya 9.10, Antya 14.44
  suka—parrots    SB 5.24.9, Madhya 17.199
  suka—the male parrot    Madhya 17.213
  suka—Srila Sukadeva Gosvami, the original speaker of Srimad-Bhagavatam    SB 1.1.3
  suka—parrot    SB 3.15.18
  suka—of Sukadeva Gosvami    Madhya 24.204
  suka—the suka birds    Antya 19.80
  sri-suka varnila—Sri Sukadeva Gosvami described.    Antya 19.69
  suka-sari—male and female parrots    Madhya 17.208
  suka-sari—the male and female parrots    Madhya 17.217
  suka-sarika—the parrots, male and female    Madhya 17.209
  suka-kanyayam—who was the daughter of Suka    SB 9.21.25
  suka-mukhe—in the mouth of the male parrot    Madhya 17.211
  suka-mukhat—from the mouth of Sukadeva Gosvami    Madhya 25.151
  suka-patha—the reciting of a parrot    Madhya 8.122
  suka-vyasa—Sukadeva Gosvami and Vyasadeva    Antya 7.31
  suka-adi—and other sages, such as Sukadeva Gosvami    Antya 14.46
  danda-suka-indraih—by the biting of the King’s poisonous snakes    SB 7.5.43-44
  lila-suka—Bilvamangala Thakura    Madhya 2.79

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