Compound Sanskrit Words Containing: yutha

  asura-yūtha-nāthāḥ—the chiefs of the demons    SB 8.17.16
  asura-yūtha-paiḥ—by the commanders of the asuras    SB 8.6.29
  daitya-dānava-yūtha-pāḥ—the leaders of the Daityas and demons    SB 8.21.25
  daitya-yūtha-pa—the leaders of the demons    SB 8.8.41-46
  daitya-yūtha-paiḥ—and by the chiefs of the demons    SB 8.15.10-11
  gaja-yūtha-pam—the King of the elephants, Gajendra    SB 8.4.13
  gaja-yūtha-pāya—unto the King of elephants (Gajendra).    SB 7.9.9
  matta-hasti-yūtha—a herd of maddened elephants    Madhya 17.30
  ratha-yūtha-pānām—all the charioteers    SB 1.15.15
  ripu-yūtha-nātham—leader of public enemies    SB 3.3.1
  rājanya-saṁjña-asura-koṭi-yūtha-paiḥ—with millions of demons and their followers in the roles of politicians and kings    SB 10.3.21
  sura-ari-yūtha-pāḥ—the other leaders of the demons (not only Hiraṇyakaśipu).    SB 7.8.16
  vatsa-yūtha-gatam—when the demon entered the group of all the other calves    SB 10.11.42
  vīra-yūtha-agraṇīḥ—Bhīṣmadeva, the foremost of all warriors    SB 9.22.20
  vīra-yūtha-pateḥ—the master of heroes    SB 5.2.18
  vibudha-yūtha-patīn—the heads of the different groups of demigods    SB 5.25.7
  vṛka-yūtha—a group of tigers    SB 4.29.54
  vāraṇa-yūtha-paḥ—the leader of the elephants    SB 8.2.20
  yūtha-bhraṣṭā—bereft of her husband    SB 4.28.46
  yūtha-gātham—full of stories of man and woman    SB 4.29.55
  yūtha-pa—commander in chief    SB 3.4.28
  yūtha-pa—as strong as an elephant    SB 7.10.47
  yūtha-patayaḥ—the husbands    SB 5.16.15
  yūtha-patim—the leader of the elephants    SB 8.2.28
  yūtha-patiḥ—of the leader of the elephants    SB 2.7.15
  yūtha-patiḥ—an elephant    SB 6.11.8
  yūtha-peṣu—amongst them    SB 3.4.28
  yūtha-pānām—of the leaders of both hosts    SB 2.7.13

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