Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: tata

  tāta—my dear son    SB 2.6.33, SB 2.7.50, SB 3.13.9, SB 4.1.10, SB 4.8.17, SB 4.8.19, SB 4.8.42, SB 4.11.8, SB 4.11.24, SB 4.11.27 (and more...)
  tata—so much    Madhya 3.83, Madhya 3.159, Madhya 12.215, Antya 6.234, Antya 6.302
  tāta—O dear one    SB 3.11.22, SB 6.7.31, SB 6.18.31, SB 7.4.2, SB 7.8.37-39
  tāta—my dear Vidura    SB 4.5.5, SB 4.7.6, SB 4.9.36, SB 4.14.45
  tata—that much.    Adi 4.192, Madhya 17.233, Antya 20.79
  tata—so many    Adi 17.166, Madhya 2.24, Madhya 2.92
  tāta—O darling    SB 1.4.7, SB 6.7.27, SB 10.11.15
  tāta—my dear boy    SB 4.8.29, SB 4.11.23, SB 7.10.23
  tāta—my dear King    SB 6.18.7, SB 8.12.45, SB 8.17.4
  tāta—O my dear son    SB 9.4.56, SB 9.15.39, SB 9.16.13
  tata—so many.    Antya 10.123, Antya 14.65-66
  tata—that many    Antya 18.90, Antya 18.94
  taṭa—on the shore    Adi 1.17, Antya 1.7
  tāta—my dear brother    SB 1.14.39
  tāta—O dear Vidura    SB 3.17.26, SB 3.33.36
  tata—O my father    SB 9.4.2
  tata—so much so    Adi 13.120
  tata—so far    Madhya 9.364
  tata—so    Madhya 12.154-155
  taṭa—on the bank of Yamunā    Madhya 1.5
  tāta—thereafter    Bg 6.40
  tāta—O my uncle    SB 1.13.11
  tāta—O Bhīma    SB 1.14.15
  tāta—My dear father    SB 3.2.17
  tāta—O son    SB 3.24.12
  tāta—O Vidura    SB 4.1.58
  tāta—dear son    SB 4.14.14
  tāta—my darling    SB 5.4.4
  tāta—O my dear King    SB 5.24.1
  tāta—dear one    SB 6.18.69
  tāta—O my dear father    SB 9.3.22
  tāta—you are my beloved son    SB 9.18.38
  tāta—my dear King Parīkṣit    SB 9.22.35
  tāta—O beloved son    SB 10.1.33
  tāta—my dear darling    SB 10.11.16
  tāta—a slight temperature indicating life    Antya 14.65-66
  tata tata—as much as    Adi 7.28, Adi 7.28
  tata-kṣaṇa—immediately    Madhya 15.268, Antya 6.259
  tata-tata—O grandfather, father of the father    SB 6.9.41, SB 6.9.41
  adhaḥ-taṭa—at the lower border    Antya 1.166
  śroṇī-taṭa—because of big hips    SB 8.9.16-17
  hā tāta—O father    SB 9.16.15
  nalinī-taṭa—on the bank of the lake with lotus flowers    SB 4.25.18
  tata laya—would accept only as much    Madhya 24.267
  tata mūrti—so many forms    Madhya 21.71
  tata-druham—enmity towards the father.    SB 1.18.37
  tata-kṣaṇe—at that time.    Madhya 21.66
  tata-rūpe—in as many forms    Adi 5.67
  taṭa-anta—on the edge of the bank    Madhya 8.107
  taṭa-stha—neutral    Madhya 8.83
  taṭa-stha ha-iyā—becoming impartial    Adi 4.44
  taṭa-stha-ākhya—known as marginal    Adi 2.103
  taṭa-sthatām—neutrality    Antya 1.150
  taṭa-sthā—marginal    Madhya 8.152
  taṭa-sthā-ākhya—known as the marginal potency    Adi 5.45

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