Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: tina

  tina—three    Adi 1.19, Adi 1.67, Adi 2.6, Adi 2.10, Adi 2.50, Adi 2.56, Adi 2.64, Adi 2.65, Adi 2.103, Adi 2.104 (and more...)
  tina—these three    Adi 7.169, Madhya 20.143
  tina—all three    Madhya 17.131
  tina—three.    Adi 16.55
  tina dina—three days    Adi 17.45, Madhya 1.92, Madhya 3.38, Madhya 3.133, Madhya 11.60, Antya 3.209
  tina dina—for three days    Madhya 7.22, Madhya 9.176, Antya 3.134, Antya 3.162, Antya 3.248
  ei tina—these three    Adi 17.273, Madhya 21.40, Madhya 24.158, Madhya 25.106
  tina bhāi—three brothers    Adi 10.115, Adi 11.43, Antya 4.35, Antya 6.26
  tina jana—three persons    Adi 10.152-154, Madhya 1.63, Madhya 3.11, Antya 8.40
  tina-bāre—three times    Madhya 4.172, Madhya 7.23, Madhya 17.127
  tina-lakṣa—300,000    Antya 3.140, Antya 3.176, Antya 4.101
  dui-tina—two and then three    Madhya 8.85, Madhya 8.87
  e-tina—these three    Adi 1.65-66, Adi 1.79-80
  ei tina—all these three    Madhya 21.39, Antya 20.142-143
  tina putra—three sons    Adi 10.62, Antya 12.20
  tina tina—three each    Madhya 20.194, Madhya 20.194
  tina tina—three in each    Madhya 20.211, Madhya 20.211
  tina tina-hāta—three cubits    Antya 14.65-66, Antya 14.65-66
  tina-bāra—thrice    Adi 14.37, Madhya 17.66
  tina-dina—three days    Madhya 9.169, Antya 3.245
  tina-dina—for three days    Madhya 17.151, Madhya 18.39
  tina-prakāra—three varieties    Madhya 20.108-109, Madhya 24.121
  śata-tina—about three hundred.    Adi 12.32
  dina dui-tina—for two or three days    Madhya 10.87
  dui tina dina—for two or three days    Antya 5.110
  dui-tina śata—two hundred to three hundred    Antya 12.13
  dui-tina dina—two and three days    Antya 6.315
  e-tina bhuvane—within these three worlds.    Antya 6.104
  e-tina sevana—rendering service to these three.    Antya 16.62
  ei tina—of all these three    Adi 12.91
  ei tina—these three principles    Madhya 25.131
  ei tina dhāmera—of these three dhāmas, or residential places, namely Goloka Vṛndāvana-dhāma, Vaikuṇṭha-dhāma (Hari-dhāma) and Devī-dhāma (the material world)    Madhya 21.54
  ei tina jana—these three gentlemen.    Madhya 16.126
  ei tina kārya—these three divisions of duty    Madhya 15.132
  ei tina loke—all three of these places    Madhya 21.91
  ei tina madhye—of these three    Madhya 1.65
  ei tina tattva—all three of these truths    Adi 7.15
  ei tina tattva—all three of these features of the Absolute Truth    Madhya 25.106
  ei tina-bhede—and there is a third division    Madhya 14.143
  ei tina-sevā—rendering service to these three    Antya 16.61
  eka-dui-tina-cāri—one, two, three, four    Madhya 20.390
  govinda-ādi tina bhāi—Govinda and his two brothers    Madhya 16.16-17
  kahe tina-bāra—he uttered three times.    Madhya 17.126
  pala dui-tina—a few drops of    Adi 10.98
  sei tina—those three    Madhya 17.147
  sāḍe tina—three and a half    Antya 2.105
  tina aṁśe—in three parts    Madhya 6.158
  tina añjali—three palmfuls    Antya 16.46
  tina artha—three imports    Madhya 24.283
  tina bheda—three divisions.    Madhya 14.151
  tina bheda haya—there are three different groups    Madhya 24.108
  tina bhede—in three varieties    Madhya 24.155
  tina bhoga—three divisions of bhoga    Madhya 3.66
  tina bhoga—the three separate offerings    Antya 2.62
  tina bhāira—of the three brothers    Madhya 11.88
  tina bojhāri—three carriers    Antya 10.38
  tina cāpaḍa māri—slapping three times    Antya 18.62
  tina dhāma—three abodes    Madhya 21.92
  tina dina—continuously for three days    Madhya 3.4
  tina dvāre—the three doors    Madhya 2.8
  tina guṇa—three qualities, namely śānta, dāsya and sakhya    Madhya 19.224
  tina haite—from these three    Antya 16.63
  tina jana—three men    Adi 10.117
  tina jana—the three persons (namely, the King, Gopīnātha Ācārya and Sārvabhauma Bhaṭṭācārya)    Madhya 11.73
  tina jane—the three persons    Madhya 11.208
  tina jane—you three persons.    Madhya 15.132
  tina janāra—of three persons    Madhya 3.76
  tina janāra—of the three Deities    Antya 2.71
  tina kathā—three topics    Antya 13.136-137
  tina kavirāja—all three are Kavirājas, or physicians.    Adi 11.51
  tina khaṇḍa—three parts    Madhya 5.142-143
  tina khaṇḍa—divided into three parts.    Madhya 5.148
  tina kuṇḍikāya—in three pots    Antya 6.95
  tina lakṣa—300,000    Madhya 20.39
  tina loka kaya—the three places or properties of Lord Kṛṣṇa.    Madhya 21.90
  tina mudrāra bhoṭa—a woolen blanket costing three gold coins    Madhya 20.92
  tina mūrti—the three deities    Madhya 18.61
  tina prakāre—in three ways.    Madhya 24.27
  tina pāde—in three lines    Adi 16.67
  tina pātre—in three pots    Madhya 3.53
  tina raghunātha—three Raghunāthas    Antya 6.203
  tina rīte—in three ways    Antya 15.5
  tina rūpa—three forms.    Madhya 8.154
  tina sandhyā—three times, namely morning, evening and noon    Adi 10.101
  tina sādhane—by these three different processes    Madhya 24.80
  tina tattva—the three truths    Madhya 25.108
  tina vastu—three subjects    Madhya 2.80
  tina ṭhāñi—in three places    Madhya 3.42
  tina-aṅga-bhaṅge—with three bends in the body    Madhya 14.190
  tina-bhāve—in three different modes    Adi 5.135
  tina-bāra—three times    Madhya 25.114
  tina-śakti—three potencies    Madhya 20.254
  tina-cāri rāga—three or four different tunes.    Antya 13.128
  tina-daśāya—in three conditions    Antya 18.77
  tina-devā—three deities or demigods.    Antya 20.57
  tina-dina—on three days    Antya 6.188
  tina-dina haila—for three days    Antya 2.115
  tina-dina rahiyā—staying three days.    Antya 3.161
  tina-dine—in three days    Antya 3.106
  tina-dvāra—three doors    Antya 14.60
  tina-dvāre—in three doorways    Antya 17.11
  tina-guṇa—of the three modes of material nature    Antya 5.45-46
  tina-guru—three spiritual masters    Antya 4.236
  tina-jana—these three persons    Madhya 25.217
  tina-jana-pāśe—in the presence of the three persons    Madhya 12.73
  tina-jane—the three persons    Madhya 17.147
  tina-jane—to the three Deities    Antya 2.61
  tina-jane—three persons    Antya 8.10
  tina-jane—three men.    Antya 8.87
  tina-krośa—six miles    Madhya 5.146
  tina-kāle—in three phases of time (past, present and future)    Madhya 24.75
  tina-lakṣa nāma—300,000 holy names of the Lord.    Antya 7.48
  tina-putra lañā—accompanied by her three sons    Antya 12.12
  tina-putre—three sons    Antya 12.44
  tina-pāde—in three lines    Adi 16.73
  tina-rūpe—in three forms    Madhya 20.165
  tina-rātri—three nights    Madhya 18.96
  tina-sahasra—three thousand    Madhya 20.388
  tina-vastu—three subject matters    Madhya 6.178
  tina-vatsara—for three years    Antya 6.293
  tina-vāra—three times    Adi 17.23
  tina-ṭhāñi—in three places    Antya 6.70
  yei tina—those three    Madhya 2.80
  āra tina artha—another three imports    Madhya 24.220
  āra tina-yuge—in the three other yugas    Madhya 20.343

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