Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: adi

  ādi—and so on    SB 3.31.3, SB 5.3.3, SB 5.5.31, SB 5.14.6, SB 5.14.8, SB 5.16.20-21, SB 5.16.24, SB 5.24.29, SB 6.19.7, Adi 1.82 (and more...)
  ādi—and others    SB 8.7.32, Madhya 4.59, Madhya 4.64, Madhya 9.338, Madhya 11.33, Madhya 14.28, Madhya 15.43, Madhya 16.58, Madhya 18.116, Madhya 20.384 (and more...)
  ādi—beginning with    SB 4.29.54, Adi 3.81, Adi 4.147, Adi 7.48, Madhya 14.92, Madhya 15.41, Madhya 18.68, Antya 4.60, Antya 4.226
  ādi—heading the list    Adi 7.39, Adi 10.48, Adi 10.81, Adi 10.87, Madhya 1.132, Madhya 6.281, Madhya 18.208
  ādi—headed by    Adi 3.94, Adi 7.17, Adi 17.301, Madhya 8.145, Madhya 13.7, Antya 16.106
  ādi—the original    SB 2.1.28, SB 3.18.21, SB 7.8.35, Adi 13.14
  ādi—original    SB 3.14.2, SB 4.9.15, SB 4.17.34, Madhya 18.18
  ādi—etc.    SB 4.24.6, Adi 7.169, Madhya 23.79-81, Antya 10.125-126
  ādi—in the beginning    Bg 5.22, SB 7.9.30
  ādi—all these    Adi 10.61, Madhya 2.63
  ādi—the first    SB 2.7.1
  ādi—all together    SB 4.24.23
  ādi—in the beginning of the millennium    SB 7.10.42
  ādi—a beginning    SB 8.1.12
  ādi—the beginning    SB 8.12.5
  ādi—first    Adi 3.48
  ādi—heading    Adi 8.8
  ādi—originally    Adi 10.64
  ādi—other subject matters    Madhya 2.1
  ādi—primarily    Madhya 3.188
  ādi—beginning    Madhya 7.153
  ādi—and other arrangements    Madhya 11.69
  ādi—all such places    Madhya 12.119
  ādi—by artificially practicing detachment, by the mechanical practice of yoga, by studying the Sāṅkhya philosophy, and so on    Madhya 19.167
  ādi—and the other    Madhya 24.14
  ādi—everything    Antya 3.184
  ādi—and similar other persons    Antya 6.63
  ādi—and so on.    Antya 6.285
  ādi—and other things    Antya 13.73
  ādi-puruṣam—the original person    SB 6.9.20, SB 6.18.66-67, Adi 2.14, Adi 5.22, Adi 5.71, Adi 5.155, Madhya 15.170, Madhya 20.160, Madhya 20.281, Madhya 20.310 (and more...)
  śrīvāsa-ādi—headed by Śrīvāsa Ṭhākura    Adi 17.300, Madhya 12.3, Antya 8.5, Antya 12.11, Antya 14.4, Antya 15.3
  śrīvāsa-ādi—headed by Śrīvāsa    Adi 6.38, Madhya 10.77, Madhya 14.3, Antya 10.139
  ācārya-ādi—headed by Advaita Ācārya    Madhya 12.70, Madhya 15.28, Antya 3.43, Antya 10.114
  advaita-ādi—headed by Advaita Ācārya    Madhya 1.46, Madhya 1.138, Madhya 14.66
  janma-ādi—creation, maintenance and dissolution    Madhya 8.266, Madhya 20.359, Madhya 25.148
  sanaka-ādi—the four Kumāras    Adi 1.67, Madhya 20.369, Madhya 24.113
  svarūpa-ādi—headed by Svarūpa Dāmodara    Madhya 12.200, Madhya 14.101, Antya 6.192
  ādi-devaḥ—the first demigod    SB 2.9.5, SB 3.8.17, SB 5.1.7
  ādi-kavaye—unto Lord Brahmā    Madhya 8.266, Madhya 20.359, Madhya 25.148
  ādi-puruṣaḥ—the original person    SB 5.1.10, SB 5.22.3, SB 8.17.4
  cakra-ādi-dhāraṇa—holding of the weapons, beginning with the disc.    Madhya 20.223, Madhya 20.237
  carita-ādi—character, pastimes and so forth    NoI 7, NoI 8
  śrīvāsa-ādi—Śrīvāsa Ṭhākura and others    Adi 5.144-145, Madhya 1.269
  śrīvāsa-ādi—devotees headed by Śrīvāsa Ṭhākura    Adi 7.16, Madhya 11.129
  harṣa-ādi—like jubilation    Madhya 8.174, Madhya 14.167
  svarūpa-ādi—headed by Svarūpa Dāmodara Gosvāmī    Antya 13.104, Antya 13.116
  vaikuṇṭha-ādi—Vaikuṇṭha, etc.    Adi 2.43, Adi 2.101
  ādi-devaḥ—the original puruṣa incarnation    Adi 1.9, Adi 5.50
  ādi-puruṣam—the original personality    Adi 4.72, Madhya 8.163
  ādi-rājasya—of the original king    SB 3.13.3, SB 4.21.8
  ādi-rājena—by the original king (Pṛthu)    SB 4.20.32, SB 4.22.48
  advaita-nityānanda-ādi—headed by Advaita Ācārya and Nityānanda Prabhu    Madhya 16.245-246
  advaita-ādi—Śrī Advaita Prabhu and others    Madhya 10.72
  advaita-ādi—devotees, headed by Advaita Prabhu    Madhya 11.197
  advaita-ādi—beginning with Advaita Ācārya    Antya 2.41
  advaita-ādi bhakta-vṛnda—as well as personalities like Advaita Ācārya and all the devotees    Madhya 2.94
  advaita-ādi bhakta-vṛnda—as well as the devotees like Advaita Ācārya    Madhya 25.280
  agni-hotra-ādi—ritualistic ceremonies such as the agni-hotra-yajña    SB 7.15.48-49
  ahovala-nṛsiṁha-ādi—Nṛsiṁhadeva, named Ahovala or at Ahovala    Madhya 1.106
  aiśvarya-ādi—of all kinds of opulence    SB 5.20.40
  ajñāna-ādi—of ignorance, etc.    Adi 1.107
  akhila-sura-asura-ādi—by all demigods and demons    Antya 3.85
  ambarīṣa-ādi—King Ambarīṣa Mahārāja and others    Madhya 22.135
  amla-ādi—sour preparations    Madhya 3.49
  anna-ādi dekhiyā—seeing the arrangement of food    Madhya 15.224
  anya-nindā-ādi—of blasphemy of others, etc    NoI 5
  anāvṛṣṭi-ādi—such as scarcity of rain    SB 5.22.13
  aparādha-ādi—the offenses    Madhya 22.117
  bhūta-ādi—material ego    SB 2.10.32
  bhāgavata-ādi—Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam and others    Antya 14.46
  bhāva-ādi-mādhurye—the sweetness of the loving moods (namely śānta-rasa, dāsya-rasa, sakhya-rasa, vātsalya-rasa and mādhurya-rasa) of the inhabitants of Vṛndāvana    Madhya 22.155
  brahma-ādi jīva—all living entities, beginning from Lord Brahmā    Antya 3.251
  brahmā-ādi—beginning from Lord Brahmā    Madhya 24.307
  brahmā-ādi—headed by Lord Brahmā    Antya 16.76
  brahmā-ādi—by the demigods, headed by Lord Brahmā    Antya 16.97
  brahmā-ādi rahu—leave aside Lord Brahmā and others    Madhya 21.12
  brahmā-ādi-devera—of the demigods, beginning with Lord Brahmā    Antya 5.75
  brahmāṇḍa-ādi—of material universes and so on    Madhya 24.23
  brāhmaṇa-ādi—brāhmaṇas and others    Madhya 8.41
  śabda-ādi—sound and so on    SB 3.32.28
  śaṅkha-gadā-ādi—bearing a conchshell, club, disc and lotus (in those four hands)    SB 10.3.9-10
  cakra-daṇḍa-ādi—the wheel, the rod, and so on    Adi 5.64
  cakra-ādi—the disc    Adi 6.38
  cakra-ādi—of the disc and other weapons    Madhya 20.195
  cakra-ādi—of weapons, beginning with the disc    Madhya 20.221
  cakra-ādi—beginning with the disc    Madhya 20.222
  cakra-ādi-dhāraṇa—stamping the body with different names and symbols of the Lord.    Madhya 24.332
  candana-ādi lañā—accepting the sandalwood pulp and other items    Antya 12.141
  candana-ādi taila—oil distilled from sandalwood and other substances    Antya 12.102
  candana-ādi-taila—scented sandalwood oil    Antya 12.105
  śara-ādi—arrows and so on    SB 7.10.65-66
  śata-patra-ādi—lotus flowers with a hundred petals and so on    SB 5.24.10
  śaunaka-ādi muni-gaṇa—the great sages headed by Śaunaka Muni    Madhya 24.126
  śayyā-āsana-aśana-ādi—accommodations for sleeping, sitting or eating    SB 5.14.36
  śīla-ādi-guṇa-sampannāḥ—all blessed with good behavior and good characteristics    SB 8.8.28
  śīta-vāta-ādi—such as cold and strong wind    SB 5.14.25
  śīta-vāta-ādi—such as extreme cold or wind    SB 5.14.34
  śikhi-ādi—Śikhi Māhiti and others    Madhya 16.254
  śravaṇa-ādi—devotional service, beginning with hearing    Adi 7.141
  śravaṇa-ādi—by hearing, etc.    Madhya 22.107
  śravaṇa-ādi—consisting of chanting, hearing and so on    Madhya 23.29
  śravaṇa-ādi jala—the water of śravaṇa, kīrtana and so on.    Madhya 19.155
  śravaṇa-ādi-kriyā—the process of hearing, chanting and so forth    Madhya 22.106
  śrī-kṛṣṇa-nāma-ādi—Lord Kṛṣṇa's name, form, quality, pastimes and so on    Madhya 17.136
  śrī-kṛṣṇa-rūpa-ādi—of the transcendental form and pastimes of Lord Śrī Kṛṣṇa    Madhya 2.28
  śrī-rāmadāsa-ādi—headed by Śrī Rāmadāsa    Antya 6.90
  śrīdāmā-ādi—Kṛṣṇa's friends, headed by Śrīdāmā    Adi 6.62
  śrīdāmā-ādi—of Śrīdāmā and others    Madhya 19.190
  śrīvāsa-ādi—Śrīvāsa and others    Adi 3.75
  śrīvāsa-ādi—unto Śrīvāsa Ṭhākura, etc.    Adi 8.4
  śrīvāsa-ādi—to Śrīvāsa and others    Adi 9.3
  śrīvāsa-ādi—to all the devotees, headed by Śrīvāsa Ṭhākura    Madhya 1.7
  śrīvāsa-ādi—the devotees, headed by Śrīvāsa Ṭhākura    Madhya 3.168
  śrīvāsa-ādi—and all the devotees like Śrīvāsa    Madhya 10.69
  śrīvāsa-ādi—beginning with Śrīvāsa    Madhya 10.117
  śuśrūṣaṇa-ādi—the service, etc.    SB 5.9.6
  śuka-ādi—and other sages, such as Śukadeva Gosvāmī    Antya 14.46
  cumbana-ādi—kissing and similar activities    Madhya 23.59
  śākhā-ādi—of the branches, etc.    Adi 17.323
  śānta-ādi rasera—of the mellows beginning from neutrality    Madhya 23.56
  cāpalya-ādi—talking in ecstasy and so on    Madhya 25.69
  dainya-ādi—submissions    Madhya 25.14
  deha-tyāga-ādi—beginning with giving up the material body    Antya 4.57
  deha-ādi—in the gross and subtle body    SB 4.29.1a-2a
  deha-ādi-bandhana—material bondage due to the bodily concept of life    Madhya 6.233
  deha-ādi-ātma-bhāva—the false bodily concept of life    SB 5.9.20
  dhana-ādi—riches    Madhya 5.22
  dharma-ādi—four principles of liberation    SB 1.7.24
  dharma-ādi—religious performances, etc.    SB 7.14.27-28
  dharma-ādi—of religious activities and so on    Madhya 25.121
  dhīra-ādi-vibheda—the three divisions of dhīra, adhīra and dhīrādhīrā    Madhya 14.151
  dhūpa-ādi—of incense, and so on    Madhya 24.337
  duḥsvapna-ādi—beginning with sleeping badly at night    SB 8.4.15
  dvārakā-ādi—Dvārakā-dhāma and other abodes    Madhya 21.78
  dāḍimba-ādi—the pomegranate and other similar fruits    Antya 18.105
  dāsya-sakhya-ādi—servants, friends, and others    Madhya 24.57
  ekādaśī-ādi-vivaraṇa—description of Ekādaśī and so on    Madhya 24.340
  gadādhara-paṇḍita-ādi—headed by Śrī Gadādhara Paṇḍita    Adi 1.41
  gadādhara-ādi—and others like Gadādhara    Adi 17.333
  gīta-ādi—songs and so on    Madhya 23.51
  ghaṇṭā-ādi—bells and so on    Antya 16.88
  govinda-kuṇḍa-ādi—Govinda-kuṇḍa and others    Madhya 18.35
  govinda-ādi—headed by Govinda    Madhya 13.89
  govinda-ādi sabe—all the devotees, headed by Govinda    Antya 2.155
  govinda-ādi tina bhāi—Govinda and his two brothers    Madhya 16.16-17
  govindam ādi-puruṣam—Lord Govinda, the original Supreme Personality of Godhead    Madhya 20.304
  grāma-ādi—of villages, etc.    SB 4.18.32
  guru-ādi—the spiritual master and others    Adi 7.3
  gṛha-ādi—home and so on    Antya 12.71
  gṛha-ādi chāḍiyā—giving up my relationship with home    Antya 6.130
  gṛha-ādi chāḍiyā—leaving all relationships with home.    Antya 13.118
  harṣa-ādi—beginning with jubilation    Antya 15.86
  hiṁsana-ādi—violence, envy    SB 1.15.37
  iti-ādi—and so on    Madhya 24.31
  jagat-ādi—the material world    Adi 6.7
  jala-ādi—supplying water, etc.    Madhya 10.129
  janma-dina-ādi—the appearance day and so on    Madhya 22.126
  janma-ādi—creation, sustenance and destruction    SB 1.1.1
  janma-ādi—the creation, maintenance and annihilation    SB 8.1.13
  janmāṣṭamī-ādi—of performing Janmāṣṭamī and other ceremonies    Madhya 24.340
  jaya-ādi—sounds of jaya, etc.    SB 10.12.35
  jñāna-śakti-ādi-kalayā—by portions of the potencies of knowledge, devotional service, creation, personal service, ruling over the material world, carrying the different planets, and killing the rogues and miscreants    Madhya 20.373
  jñāna-ādi—knowledge, and so on    Madhya 24.16
  kaivalya-ādi—like liberation or merging into the Brahman effulgence    SB 10.6.39-40
  kalā-ātma-vattva-ādi—of being a direct incarnation of the Lord    SB 5.15.6
  karpūra-ādi—camphor and other ingredients    Antya 10.32
  karpūra-ādi diyā—mixing with camphor and other ingredients.    Antya 10.28
  karpūra-ādi diyā—mixing with camphor.    Antya 10.31
  keśava-ādi—beginning with Lord Keśava    Madhya 20.194
  kesarācala-ādi—of Kesarācala and of other great mountains    SB 5.17.6
  kila-kiñcita-ādi—headed by kila-kiñcita    Madhya 8.175
  kila-kiñcita-ādi—beginning with the ecstasy named kila-kiñcita    Madhya 14.170
  kṣatriya-ādi-sāthe—with the kṣatriyas.    Antya 13.34
  kula-ādi—family, etc.    Madhya 10.138
  kutarka-ādi-duḥkha—and the miserable conditions arising from the use of false arguments.    Antya 19.110
  kūrma-ādi—the tortoise incarnation and others    Adi 5.78
  kṛṣṇa-kṛpā-ādi-hetu—the reason of Kṛṣṇa's mercy    Madhya 24.205
  kṛṣṇa-ādi—Kṛṣṇa and others    Madhya 23.50
  kṛṣṇa-ādi—beginning from Kṛṣṇa    Antya 3.268
  kṛpā-ādi—and of mercy and so on    Madhya 21.44
  kāma-ādi—for sense gratification    SB 7.15.23
  kāma-ādi—aspirations    Madhya 24.96
  kāma-ādi—material desires and so on    Madhya 24.97
  kāraskara-kākatuṇḍa-ādi—named kāraskara, kākatuṇḍa, etc.    SB 5.14.12
  kārtika-ādi-vrata—to observe special vows in the month of Kārttika    Madhya 22.127
  laghu-bhāgavatāmṛta-ādi—another list, containing Laghu-bhāgavatāmṛta    Madhya 1.41
  lakṣmī-kānta-ādi—goddess of fortune's husband (Nārāyaṇa)    Madhya 8.145
  lakṣmī-ādi—the goddess of fortune and others    Antya 3.264
  lalitā-ādi sakhī—the gopī associates of Śrīmatī Rādhārāṇī    Madhya 8.165
  lava-ādi—consisting of seconds, moments, minutes and hours    SB 7.3.31
  līlā-ādi-smaraṇa—remembrance of the transcendental pastimes of Kṛṣṇa    Madhya 24.116
  lobha-ādi—such as greed    SB 1.14.5
  mahat-ādi—the mahat-tattva, etc.    SB 4.9.7
  mahat-ādi—caused by the total material energy, etc.    SB 4.9.13
  maithuna-ādi—represented by talking of sex, reading sexual literature or enjoying sex life (at home or outside, as in a club)    SB 7.9.45
  makara kuṇḍala-ādi—earrings shaped like sharks, etc.    Antya 13.131
  mala-mūtra-ādi—stool, urine, and so on    Antya 8.28
  mantra-siddhi-ādi—the perfection of the mantra and so on    Madhya 24.331
  mantra-ādi śikhite—to be initiated    Antya 7.150
  matsya-ādi—incarnation as a fish, etc.    SB 1.15.35
  matsya-ādi—beginning with Matsya    Adi 4.11-12
  mayūra-ādi—beginning with peacocks    Madhya 17.44
  meru-ādi-giri-duhitaraḥ—daughters of the mountains beginning with Meru    SB 5.17.10
  mokṣa-ādi—liberation and other principles of religiosity    Adi 7.85
  mokṣa-ādi—liberation and so on    Madhya 18.195
  mṛga-ādi—animals    Madhya 24.247
  mṛga-ādi—animals, beginning with the deer    Madhya 24.263
  mṛga-ādi—the pierced animals    Madhya 24.263
  mṛga-ādi laha—take some of the hunted animals    Madhya 24.244
  mṛga-ādi-saṅge—with the forest animals    Madhya 25.223
  mādhurya-ādi-guṇa-khani—the mine of transcendental mellows, headed by sweetness    Madhya 21.117
  naraka-ādi duḥkha—the tribulations of hellish conditions of life.    Madhya 22.12
  nigraha-ādi—repulses to the opposite party    Madhya 6.177
  nindaka-ādi—critics    Adi 7.36
  niṣeka-ādi—the beginning of life (the purificatory process of garbhādhāna, performed when the father begets a child by discharging semen into the womb of the mother)    SB 7.15.52
  nirveda-harṣa-ādi—complete despondency, jubilation and so on    Madhya 23.52
  nityānanda-ādi—all the devotees, headed by Nityānanda Prabhu    Madhya 6.14
  nityānanda-ādi—headed by Lord Nityānanda    Madhya 10.34
  nityānanda-ādi—Śrī Nityānanda Prabhu and others    Antya 1.207
  niyama-ādi—restrictions and so on    Madhya 22.145
  nṛtya-gīta-ādi-aneka-arhaiḥ—by many varied means of worship, such as dancing and singing    SB 10.13.51
  nāma-ādi—the holy name and so on    Antya 7.88
  nārāyaṇa-ādi—Nārāyaṇa and others    Madhya 21.46
  paramāṇu-ādi—beginning from the time of minute atoms    SB 5.14.29
  paṭa-ādi—plates, etc.    Adi 1.97
  pīṭhā-pānā ādi—such as cakes and condensed milk    Madhya 9.351
  pitṛ-ādi—parents    Madhya 22.161
  pitā-maha-ādi—or grandfather and others    SB 5.14.17
  pradyumna miśra-ādi-milana—meeting with Pradyumna Miśra and others    Madhya 1.129
  pradyumna-ādi—Pradyumna, etc.    Adi 1.78
  praṇava-ādi—beginning with the oṁkāra    SB 6.8.7
  prahlāda-ādi—and devotees like Prahlāda    Antya 3.263
  prahrāda-ādi—Prahlāda and others    SB 9.17.13
  prajalpa-ādi-nāma—named prajalpa and so on    Madhya 23.60
  pratiṣṭha-ādi—becoming an important man in material calculations, and so on    Madhya 19.159
  pulaka-ādi—throbbing of the heart    Adi 8.27
  puṣpa-ādi—all the flowers and fruits    Madhya 17.204
  puruṣa-ādi—puruṣa incarnations, etc.    Adi 2.40
  puruṣa-ādi—of the puruṣa-avatāras, etc.    Adi 2.105
  puruṣa-ādi gaṇa—all the males of Vṛndāvana.    Madhya 24.57
  pūrṇatā-ādi—perfection and so on    Madhya 24.180
  pūrva-ādi—beginning from the east    Madhya 20.211
  pūtanā-vadha-ādi—killing of the demons like Pūtanā    Madhya 20.381
  pūtanā-vadha-ādi—killing the demons, beginning from Pūtanā    Madhya 20.394
  pṛthivī-ādi—earth, water, etc.    Adi 5.53
  pāda-ādi—legs, etc.    SB 2.2.13
  pāvana-ādi—Pāvana and others    Madhya 18.58
  ratha-ādi—opulences like chariots and other things    Adi 5.34
  rudra-ādi—the Lord Śivas and others    Madhya 21.73
  rukmiṇī-ādi—headed by Rukmiṇī    Adi 6.72
  rūpa-ādi—the beauty and so on    Antya 15.18
  rādhikā-ādi—Śrīmatī Rādhārāṇī and the other gopīs    Adi 4.114
  rādhikā-ādi—headed by Śrīmatī Rādhārāṇī    Antya 18.81
  rādhā-ādi—of Śrīmatī Rādhārāṇī and Her companions    Antya 1.128
  rājendra-ādi—and Rājendra and others    Adi 10.85
  rājya-ādi-pradāna—awarding the same government post and so on.    Antya 9.110
  rāma-ādi—the incarnation of Lord Rāma, etc.    Adi 5.155
  rāmānanda-rāya ādi—Rāmānanda Rāya and other brothers    Antya 9.129
  rāmānanda-ādi—headed by Rāmānanda    Madhya 11.91
  rāmānanda-ādi—headed by Rāmānanda Rāya    Antya 15.94
  rāsa-ādi—beginning with the rāsa dance    Adi 4.114
  rāsa-ādi—such as the rāsa dance    Adi 4.115
  rāsa-ādi—the rāsa dance    Adi 7.8
  rāsa-ādi—the rāsa dance and other pastimes    Madhya 21.44
  rāsa-ādi līlā—the rāsa-līlā and other pastimes    Madhya 13.66
  rāsa-ādi-vilāsa—pastimes like the rāsa dance    Antya 5.45-46
  sahasra-śīrṣā-ādi kari—by the Vedic hymns beginning with sahasra-śīrṣā (Ṛg Veda-saṁhitā 10.90)    Madhya 20.292
  sahasra-ādi—one thousand times    Antya 9.57
  saṅga-ādi—the association    Madhya 24.161
  sanaka-ādi—the great sages headed by Sanaka, Sananda, etc.    Adi 5.122
  sanaka-ādi—the four Sanas    Madhya 6.198
  sanaka-ādi—the four Kumāras and so on    Madhya 21.10
  sanaka-ādi—the Kumāras and others    Antya 3.262
  sanaka-ādi saba muni-jana—all the great personalities, such as Sanaka and Sanātana    Madhya 24.203
  sanaka-ādi āra—and the four Kumāras, headed by Sanaka    Madhya 19.189
  sandeśa-ādi—sweetmeats    Madhya 4.58
  sandhyā-ādi vandana—regular chanting of the mantras    Madhya 24.332
  sandhāna-ādi—condiments and other items    Antya 10.36
  sarga-ādi—the creation and so on    SB 3.33.3
  sarga-ādi—creation, maintenance and dissolution    SB 4.17.33
  sarpa-ādi—a snake, etc.    SB 6.9.37
  sarva-ādi—the origin of everything    Madhya 18.191
  sarva-ādi—origin of everything    Madhya 20.153
  sattva-ādi—of sattva, rajaḥ and tamaḥ    SB 5.14.1
  saubhari-ādi—beginning with the sage named Saubhari    Madhya 20.169
  saundarya-ādi—such as beauty    Madhya 8.183-184
  saundarya-ādi—the beauty of the body, etc.    Madhya 9.88
  saundarya-ādi—personal beauty and other qualities    Madhya 19.76
  saundarya-ādi-guṇa-grāma—the transcendental qualities, headed by beauty    Madhya 21.104
  saurabha-ādi—such as the transcendental aroma of His lotus feet    Madhya 24.44
  saurabha-ādi guṇa—qualities like transcendental fragrance    Madhya 24.43
  sevaka-ādi-gaṇa—servants and friends    Antya 9.74
  snāna-bhikṣā-ādi—bathing and accepting food    Madhya 17.228-229
  snāna-ādi karāya—he performs their bathing and so on    Antya 5.39
  snāna-ādi-tarpaṇa—bathing and offering oblations, etc.    Madhya 8.15
  sruk-sruv-ādi-upalakṣaṇaḥ—decorated with the sacrificial spoon, ladle and so on.    Madhya 20.333
  stambha-ādi—being stunned and others    Madhya 23.51
  sudhā-ādi—such as nectar    SB 5.2.12
  sunanda-nanda-ādi-anugaiḥ—by associates like Sunanda and Nanda    SB 4.7.25
  sunanda-ādi-anugaiḥ—by His followers, like Sunanda    SB 8.22.15
  svarūpa-gosāñi-ādi—all the devotees, headed by Svarūpa Dāmodara Gosvāmī    Antya 14.63
  svarūpa-ādi—Svarūpa Dāmodara Gosvāmī and others    Madhya 16.41
  svarūpa-ādi—Svarūpa Dāmodara Gosvāmī    Antya 1.103-104
  svarūpa-ādi—Svarūpa Dāmodara and other confidential devotees    Antya 2.115
  svarūpa-ādi—devotees headed by Svarūpa Dāmodara    Antya 2.166
  svarūpa-ādi—beginning with Svarūpa Dāmodara    Antya 9.36
  svarūpa-ādi—the devotees, headed by Svarūpa Dāmodara Gosvāmī    Antya 15.57
  svarūpa-ādi gaṇa—devotees like Svarūpa Dāmodara Gosvāmī.    Antya 18.22
  svarūpa-ādi-gaṇa—the devotees, headed by Svarūpa Dāmodara Gosvāmī    Antya 14.98
  svarūpa-ādi-gaṇa—the devotees headed by Svarūpa Dāmodara    Antya 18.33
  svarūpa-ādi-mane—in the minds of Svarūpa Dāmodara and other attendants.    Antya 13.88
  svarūpa-ādi-saha—in the company of devotees, headed by Svarūpa Dāmodara    Antya 6.189
  sūpa-ādi—of all liquid vegetables    Madhya 4.73
  sṛṣṭi-ādi-īśvara—the masters of material creation, maintenance and dissolution    Madhya 21.36
  sṛṣṭi-ādi-nimitte—for the cause of creation, maintenance and annihilation    Adi 5.81
  sṛṣṭi-ādi-vyavahāra—transactions in reference to the creation, maintenance and dissolution.    Madhya 20.301
  sālokya-ādi—the five types of liberation, beginning from sālokya (residing on the same spiritual planet as the Lord)    Adi 4.204
  sālokya-ādi—liberation, beginning sālokya    Adi 4.208
  sālokya-ādi—beginning with sālokya    Madhya 6.267
  sālokya-ādi—liberation, beginning with sālokya    Madhya 24.183
  sālokya-ādi-catuṣṭayam—the four different types of liberation (sālokya, sārūpya, sāmīpya and sārṣṭi, what to speak of sāyujya)    SB 9.4.67
  sārvabhauma-ādi—headed by Sārvabhauma Bhaṭṭācārya    Madhya 10.130
  taru-latā-ādi—the creepers, trees and so on    Antya 19.82
  tulasī-ādi-gaṇe—the plants and creepers, headed by the tulasī plant.    Antya 15.39
  tārkika-ādi-gaṇa—all persons, beginning with the logicians.    Adi 7.35
  udgrāha-ādi prāya—unnecessary argument    Antya 7.100
  upanayana-ādi—beginning with offering the sacred thread or training the conditioned soul to qualify as a bona fide brāhmaṇa    SB 5.14.30
  vaṁśī-svara-ādi—such as the vibration of the flute    Madhya 23.50
  vaidagdhya-ādi-rūpa—sportive nature.    Madhya 9.115
  vaikuṇṭha-ādi dhāma—all the places known as Vaikuṇṭhaloka    Adi 5.15
  vaikuṇṭha-ādi-dhāma—the spiritual planets, known as Vaikuṇṭhas.    Adi 5.43
  vaikuṇṭha-ādi-dhāma—innumerable Vaikuṇṭha planets    Madhya 15.175
  vaikuṇṭha-ādi-pure—in the abodes of the Vaikuṇṭha planets    Adi 5.222
  vaiṣṇava-nindā-ādi-varjana—completely avoiding blaspheming a Vaiṣṇava.    Madhya 24.338
  vairāgya-ādi—the path of renunciation and so on    Madhya 22.145
  vanitā-ādi—beginning with the wife    SB 4.29.54
  varāha-ādi—the hog incarnation and others    Madhya 20.298
  vasudhā-ādi—with planets, etc    Adi 2.14
  vasudhā-ādi—with planets and other manifestations    Madhya 20.160
  vatsa-ādi—by calves, pots and milkers    SB 4.18.27
  veda-ādi—beginning with the Vedas    Madhya 20.144
  vījana-ādi kari—fanning and so on    Antya 15.92
  vibhūti-ādi—like the six opulences    Adi 5.14
  viśva-sṛṣṭi-ādi—creation, maintenance and dissolution of the cosmic manifestation    Madhya 20.361
  vighna-ādi-bandhane—impediments for bondage.    Antya 6.141
  vilāsa-ādi—beginning with transcendental enjoyment    Madhya 14.183
  viṣa-ādi khāñā—by drinking poison    Antya 2.156
  viṣṇu-purāṇa-ādi—Viṣṇu Purāṇa and other Purāṇas    Adi 7.117
  viyoga-saṁyoga-ādi—symptomized by giving up one type of body (viyoga) and accepting another (saṁyoga)    SB 5.14.1
  vyañjana-ādi—vegetables    Madhya 4.69
  vāṇīnātha-ādi—beginning with Vāṇīnātha    Antya 9.34
  vāsudeva-ādi—Vāsudeva and others    Madhya 20.210
  vāsudeva-ādi—beginning with Lord Vāsudeva    Madhya 20.226
  vātsalya-ādi—and of paternal love, etc.    Madhya 8.201
  vātsalya-ādi-maya—with a touch of paternal love.    Adi 6.76
  yajña-ādi—performance of sacrifices, etc.    Adi 8.17
  yavana-ādi—meat-eaters and others    Madhya 18.213
  yājñika-ādi jana—persons who perform ritualistic ceremonies for a better standard of life    Madhya 24.214
  ācārya-ādi—Advaita Ācārya and other devotees    Madhya 3.179
  ācārya-ādi—Advaita Ācārya and others    Antya 10.134
  ācārya-ādi—beginning with Advaita Ācārya    Antya 19.16
  ācārya-ādi-sane—with Advaita Ācārya and others.    Antya 7.100
  ācārya-ādi-vaiṣṇavere—unto all the Vaiṣṇavas, headed by Advaita Ācārya    Antya 12.32
  ācārya-ādi-āge—in front of Advaita Ācārya and others    Antya 7.102
  ādhyātmika-ādi—beginning with those pertaining to the body and mind    Madhya 22.13
  ādhyātmika-ādi—all distresses due to the body, mind and so on    Antya 19.110
  ādi-anta—in both the beginning and the end    SB 6.16.36
  ādi-anta-vantaḥ—who all have a beginning and end    SB 7.9.49
  ādi-anta-vat—everything material has a beginning and an end    SB 5.10.11
  ādi-bījāya—who is the origin or root cause of everything    SB 8.3.2
  ādi-bhavaḥ—Lord Brahmā, the original living creature within this universe    SB 7.3.22
  ādi-bhūtam gateṣu—enter within the subtle elements of sense perception    SB 10.3.25
  ādi-catuḥ-vyūha—the original quadruple group    Madhya 20.189
  ādi-daityau—demons in the beginning of creation    SB 3.17.16
  ādi-devam—original Lord    Bg 10.12-13
  ādi-devam—the origin of all the demigods    SB 7.6.17-18
  ādi-devaḥ—the original Supreme God    Bg 11.38
  ādi-devaḥ—the primeval Lord    SB 2.7.13
  ādi-devaḥ—the first incarnation of the Lord    SB 2.7.41
  ādi-devaḥ—the original Lord, or nondifferent from the original Supreme Personality of Godhead    SB 5.25.6
  ādi-devaḥ—the Personality of Godhead    Madhya 21.13
  ādi-devāya—who are the original Personality of Godhead    SB 8.16.34
  ādi-kacchapaḥ—as the supreme original tortoise    SB 8.7.10
  ādi-kartre—the supreme creator    Bg 11.37
  ādi-kavaye—unto the original created being    SB 1.1.1
  ādi-keśava-mandire—to the temple of Ādi-keśava.    Madhya 9.234
  ādi-khaṇḍe—in the original part    Adi 13.18
  ādi-kṛt—all these    SB 3.12.2
  ādi-kṛt—the creator    SB 3.29.45
  ādi-kṛt—beginning of everything    SB 4.11.19
  ādi-līlara—of the ādi-līlā (the first portion of Lord Caitanya's pastimes)    Adi 17.274
  ādi-līlā—the original pastimes    Adi 13.15
  ādi-līlā—the first part of His pastimes    Adi 13.51
  ādi-līlā madhya-līlā antya-līlā āra—therefore there are three periods, namely the ādi-līlā, madhya-līlā and antya-līlā    Madhya 1.21
  ādi-līlā nāma—are called ādi-līlā.    Madhya 1.15
  ādi-līlāra—of the First Canto, known as Ādi-līlā    Adi 17.313
  ādi-līlāra—of the Ādi-līlā (First Canto)    Adi 17.328
  ādi-līlāra—of the ādi-līlā    Madhya 1.8
  ādi-puruṣa—the original enjoyer    SB 2.7.15
  ādi-puruṣa—the original person    SB 6.9.33
  ādi-puruṣa—O supreme original Personality of Godhead    SB 7.8.43
  ādi-puruṣa—O original person    Madhya 24.177
  ādi-puruṣam—the original cause of all causes    SB 5.19.1
  ādi-puruṣam—unto the expansion of the original personality.    SB 6.16.31
  ādi-puruṣam—the supreme original person, Bhagavān    SB 8.23.11-12
  ādi-puruṣam—unto the Supreme Person, Lord Viṣṇu    SB 9.1.21
  ādi-puruṣam—the original Personality of Godhead    SB 9.10.14
  ādi-puruṣam—the supreme original person    Madhya 20.316
  ādi-puruṣam—the original Supreme Personality of Godhead    Madhya 21.49
  ādi-puruṣasya—the original person    SB 5.1.23
  ādi-puruṣasya—of the original Personality of Godhead    SB 7.10.47
  ādi-puruṣaḥ—the first created being within this universe    SB 5.2.3
  ādi-pūruṣaḥ—the original person    SB 8.24.54
  ādi-pūruṣe—unto the original Personality of Godhead    SB 1.9.30
  ādi-rājam—the original king    SB 4.16.21
  ādi-rājasya—of the first emperor    SB 3.22.39
  ādi-rājaḥ—the first monarch (Svāyambhuva Manu)    SB 3.21.45-47
  ādi-rājaḥ—the original king    SB 4.20.21
  ādi-rājāya—upon the original king    SB 4.19.41
  ādi-sarge—in his previous life.    SB 3.1.28
  ādi-sarge—in the beginning of creation    SB 3.4.13
  ādi-sūkaraḥ—the first boar    SB 3.19.16
  ādi-sūkaraḥ—the origin of the boar species    SB 3.19.31
  ādi-sūkaraḥ—the original form of a boar    SB 5.18.39
  ādi-varāheṇa—by the Supreme Personality of Godhead in the form of a boar    SB 8.16.27
  ādi-vasyā—you who have been residing with Me for a very long time    Antya 10.116
  ādi-vasyā—uncivilized    Antya 14.26
  ādi-vyāsa—the original Vyāsadeva.    Antya 20.82
  ādi-vṛkṣaḥ—this is the original tree or construction of the material body, whether individual or universal.    SB 10.2.27
  ājīvya-ādi—activities like distributing food and water    SB 7.15.48-49
  ākāśa-ādi—beginning with the sky    Madhya 19.233
  ānayana-ādi—of the bringing and other such tasks    SB 5.10.21
  ātma-ādi-stamba-paryantaiḥ—from Lord Brahmā to the insignificant living entity    SB 10.13.51

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