Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: vak

  vāk—words    SB 1.18.36, SB 2.10.34, SB 4.16.1, SB 4.22.55, SB 4.23.7, SB 7.15.8, Madhya 6.261, Antya 9.77
  vāk—speech    Bg 18.15, SB 1.9.43, SB 6.16.33
  vāk—vocabulary    SB 1.5.11
  vāk—the sense for speaking    SB 2.5.31
  vāk—vibration    SB 2.10.19
  vāk—speaking    SB 3.12.26
  vāk—the organ of speech    SB 3.26.13
  vāk—by words    SB 4.14.15
  vāk—with sweet words    SB 4.20.35-36
  vāk—Sarasvatī, the goddess of learning    SB 4.25.28
  vāk—the faculty of speech    SB 4.29.11
  vāk—an elegant manner of speaking    SB 5.19.7
  vāk—my words    SB 6.11.24
  vāk—in speaking    SB 7.11.28
  vāk—the words    SB 7.15.64
  vāk—a voice    SB 8.11.37
  vāk—a sound vibration    SB 9.20.20
  vāk-yataḥ—controlling speech    SB 3.14.32, SB 6.19.24
  a-śarīra-vāk—a voice coming from someone whose body was invisible    SB 10.1.34
  a-śarīra-vāk—a vibration without a body    SB 10.1.54
  asaṁyata-vāk—without being grave    SB 6.18.50
  baddha-vāk—stopped talking    SB 1.15.43
  śrīḥ vāk—beautiful speech    Bg 10.34
  śānta-vāk—in silence    SB 4.4.24
  deha-vāk-buddhi-jam—performed by the body, words and intelligence    SB 6.1.13-14
  manaḥ-vāk—by her mind and words    SB 9.18.47
  mita-vāk—talking with great care not to speak nonsense    SB 6.1.56-57
  ramya-vāk—having charming speech    Madhya 23.87-91
  sarva-vāk-mayaḥ—consisting of all Vedic mantras    SB 9.14.48
  satya-vāk—always truthful    SB 6.1.56-57
  satya-vāk—being true to his word.    SB 8.22.29-30
  tanu-vāk-manobhiḥ—by the body, words and mind    Madhya 8.67
  tat-vāk—of his words    SB 7.13.20
  vāk ye—the words    Madhya 20.129
  vāk-bāṇaiḥ—by the arrows of harsh words    SB 4.9.29
  vāk-śaraiḥ—by the harsh words    SB 4.12.42
  vāk-devyā—by the goddess of learning    Adi 16.3
  vāk-īśaḥ—Brahmā, lord of the Vedas    SB 3.6.23
  vāk-manaḥ-gamya—within the reach of words and mind    Madhya 21.26
  vāk-sāyakaiḥ—by the arrows of strong words    SB 9.14.30
  vāk-vajrāḥ—whose words are as strong as a thunderbolt    SB 4.13.19-20
  vāk-vīcibhiḥ—only by the waves of words    Antya 1.155
  vāk-yataḥ—keeping oneself silent    SB 6.8.4-6
  vāk-yataḥ—controlling the mind and words    SB 6.17.41
  yata-vāk—control of speech    Bg 18.51-53
  yata-vāk—controlling the force of talking    SB 4.8.56
  yata-vāk—fully controlled of words    SB 4.28.19
  yata-vāk—without talking, being silent    SB 7.12.2

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