Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: trayah

  trayaḥ—three    SB 3.11.5, SB 3.11.7, SB 3.11.29, SB 3.15.34, SB 4.12.36, SB 4.13.14, SB 5.1.26, SB 5.1.28, SB 5.15.14-15, SB 5.24.16 (and more...)
  trayaḥ—three combined    SB 1.17.24
  trayaḥ—three kinds    SB 3.10.27
  trayaḥ—the three planetary systems    SB 4.8.78
  trayaḥ—three mountains    SB 5.16.8
  trayaḥ—three.    SB 6.4.17
  trayaḥ—three (the upper, middle and lower worlds).    SB 6.6.3
  trayaḥ—three of them    SB 9.6.5
  trayaḥ—three sons (Yudhiṣṭhira, Bhīma and Arjuna)    SB 9.22.27-28
  loka-trayaḥ—the three worlds    SB 5.24.18, SB 5.24.23
  gati-trayaḥ—the three destinations.    SB 3.22.36
  guṇāḥ trayaḥ—are three qualities    SB 2.5.18
  guṇāḥ trayaḥ—the three material qualities (sattva, rajas and tamas)    SB 10.8.37-39
  lokāḥ trayaḥ—the three worlds    SB 8.5.15-16
  prabhavaḥ trayaḥ—the three great gods (Brahmā, Viṣṇu and Maheśvara).    SB 4.1.21
  pratihartṛ-ādayaḥ trayaḥ—the three sons Pratihartā, Prastotā and Udgātā    SB 5.15.5
  pādāḥ trayaḥ—the cosmos of three fourths of the Lord's energy    SB 2.6.20
  saṁjñā-sutāḥ trayaḥ—three issues of Saṁjñā    SB 8.13.9
  sutāḥ trayaḥ—the three sons    SB 9.6.1
  sva-pura-trayaḥ—whose three cities    SB 5.24.28
  trayaḥ lokāḥ—the three planetary systems (upper, middle and lower)    SB 6.13.1
  trayaḥ lokāḥ—the three worlds    SB 7.8.6
  trayaḥ te—all three    SB 4.1.29
  trayaḥ-viṁśati—twenty-three    SB 3.6.2
  trayaḥ-viṁśatikaḥ—by the twenty-three principal ingredients    SB 3.6.4
  trayaḥ-viṁśe—in the Twenty-third Chapter    Madhya 25.260
  varṇāḥ trayaḥ—three colors    SB 10.8.13

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