Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: vira

  vira—O hero    SB 3.13.10, SB 3.14.16, SB 4.14.16, SB 4.14.22, SB 4.18.9-10, SB 4.20.13, SB 4.25.32, SB 5.11.9, SB 5.13.14, SB 7.2.34 (and more...)
  vira—O great hero    SB 4.25.34, SB 4.27.24, SB 5.12.15, SB 6.11.18, SB 8.22.35, SB 9.10.15, SB 9.18.20-21, SB 10.1.38
  vira—O warrior    SB 1.7.39, SB 3.14.5
  vira—O valiant King    SB 3.21.56
  vira—O brave Vidura    SB 3.33.31
  vira—Virabhadra and other followers of Lord Siva    SB 4.7.17
  vira—my dear Vidura    SB 4.9.50
  vira—of the heroes    SB 4.10.18-19
  vira—of Vena    SB 4.14.2
  vira—O Vidura    SB 4.15.14
  vira—my dear hero    SB 4.25.41
  vira—O great hero (Maharaja Rahugana)    SB 5.10.9
  vira—O King    SB 5.10.13
  vira—O heroic King    SB 8.24.24
  vira—hero.    Adi 5.184
  vira—chivalry    Madhya 19.187
  vira—O hero of charity    Antya 16.117
  loka-vira-samitau—in the society or in the midst of many heroes of this world    SB 9.10.6-7
  maha-vira—Mahavira    SB 5.1.25
  para-vira-ha—the killer of the opposing warrior    SB 1.7.29
  para-vira-ha—who could very well subdue his enemies    SB 9.1.26
  para-vira-ha—although quite able to punish the enemy    SB 9.2.8
  para-vira-ha—Parasurama, who could kill the heroes of the enemies    SB 9.15.35-36
  vira-saye—on the battlefield    SB 6.10.33
  vira-gatim—the destination deserved by the warriors    SB 1.7.13-14
  vira-kulam—the group of elevated personalities (the brahmanas)    SB 5.9.17
  vira-mardanah—Bali Maharaja, who could subdue even great heros    SB 8.11.10
  vira-murtih—in the form of a great hero    SB 4.17.35
  vira-malabhih—with garlands used by heroes    SB 8.10.13-15
  vira-manina—although considering himself a hero.    SB 9.14.28
  vira-maninam—thinking themselves very big heroes    SB 3.17.28
  vira-mataram—the mother of one ksatriya son.    SB 9.14.40
  vira-patni—O wife of the hero    SB 4.26.24
  vira-pravarah—the chief of the heroes    SB 4.23.13
  vira-suvah—of the mother who gave birth to a hero    SB 4.9.50
  vira-suh—the mother of great heroes    SB 4.28.20
  vira-vantam—the father of good sons    SB 9.16.35
  vira-vantah—fathers of sons    SB 9.16.35
  vira-varam—the great warrior    SB 4.23.23
  vira-varena—the great hero    SB 4.25.29
  vira-varya—the best of the warriors    SB 4.21.48
  vira-vatih—possessing husbands and sons    SB 6.18.53
  vira-vatih—who have their husband and sons    SB 6.19.19-20
  vira-vratah—a son named Viravrata    SB 5.15.14-15
  vira-vratah—firmly determined    SB 5.17.2
  vira-yasah-karebhyah—who bring renown to heroes themselves.    SB 4.17.36
  vira-yutha-agranih—Bhismadeva, the foremost of all warriors    SB 9.22.20
  vira-yutha-pateh—the master of heroes    SB 5.2.18
  vira-asana—acceptance of the post of a watchman with a drawn sword at night    SB 1.16.16
  vira-asanena—by a seat on a raised place    SB 5.9.13

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