Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: aksah

  aksah—eyes    SB 2.5.35, SB 4.21.19
  aksah—his senses    SB 4.12.17
  aksah—his eyes    SB 4.14.44
  aksah—the axle    SB 5.21.13
  aksah—axle    SB 5.21.14
  aksah—the vision of whom    SB 9.2.11-13
  aksah—eyes.    SB 3.15.31
  aksah—the different senses    SB 6.4.25

Compound Sanskrit Words Containing: aksah

  aravinda-aksah—the lotus-eyed    SB 3.4.19
  isu-aksah—the arrows are the dice    SB 6.12.17
  kata-aksah—the glance.    Antya 1.171
  nava-aksah—nine holes    SB 10.2.27
  nimila-aksah—eyes closed    SB 3.11.32
  padma-aksah—lotus-eyed    SB 3.24.17
  padma-palasa-aksah—the Lord, whose eyes are like the petals of a lotus flower    SB 4.20.20
  padma-palasa-aksah—with eyes like the petals of a lotus flower    SB 6.1.34-36
  pratilabdha-aksah—having revived his consciousness    SB 10.13.58
  puskara-aksah—lotus-eyed    SB 3.21.8
  rajah-vala-aksah—whose eyes are covered by the dust of the wind or who is captivated by his wife during her menstrual period.    SB 5.13.4
  rajah-vala-aksah—blinded by strong lusty desires    SB 5.14.9
  rosa-tamra-aksah—with red-hot eyes due to being angry    SB 1.18.36
  sahasra-aksah—the thousand-eyed demigod, Indra    SB 6.7.40
  sahasra-aksah—the thousand-eyed King Indra    SB 6.8.1-2
  sahasra-aksah—Indra, who is endowed with one thousand eyes    SB 6.13.14
  tri-aksah—three eyes    SB 5.25.3
  tamra-aksah—with copper-red eyes    SB 1.7.33