Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: anna

  anna—food    Adi 10.38, Adi 12.50, Adi 14.37, Madhya 3.72, Madhya 3.82, Madhya 3.93, Madhya 4.29, Madhya 4.181, Madhya 9.53, Madhya 11.200 (and more...)
  anna—food grains    Bg 3.14, SB 5.16.24, SB 8.18.32, Adi 14.31, Madhya 4.69, Madhya 4.93, Madhya 17.62-63
  anna—rice    Madhya 3.39, Madhya 3.86, Madhya 3.87, Madhya 6.42, Madhya 11.116, Madhya 15.208, Antya 12.126
  anna—eatables    SB 2.2.4, Adi 14.28, Madhya 3.74, Madhya 3.75, Madhya 15.239
  anna—grains    Adi 15.9, Adi 17.153, Madhya 17.59
  anna—different kinds of food    SB 4.19.8
  anna—by eating    SB 5.24.13
  anna—the eatables    Madhya 3.65
  anna—of rice and other eatables    Madhya 4.11
  anna—of rice    Madhya 5.100
  anna—remnants of food    Madhya 6.224
  anna—the food    Madhya 9.55
  anna—cooked rice and vegetables    Madhya 15.63

Compound Sanskrit Words Containing: anna

  anna-pana—food and drink    Madhya 3.158, Antya 13.48
  sesa-anna—remnants of food    Madhya 7.123, Madhya 17.91
  prasada-anna—remnants of food    Madhya 6.217, Madhya 12.202
  prasada-anna—the prasada    Madhya 6.217, Madhya 6.222
  abhojya-anna vipra—a brahmana at whose place an invitation cannot be accepted    Antya 8.88
  alpa anna—a small quantity of prasada    Madhya 11.200
  amrta-anna—nectarean rice    Antya 12.133
  anna chadi—giving up eating properly    Antya 8.72
  anna deha—You give food    Antya 3.218
  anna dekhi—seeing the food    Madhya 15.247
  anna dena—deliver some eatables    Antya 6.216
  anna dila—supplied food grains    Madhya 20.21
  anna khabe—You will eat the food    Madhya 15.235
  anna lana—with food grains    Madhya 4.92
  anna prasamsiya—praising the rice    Antya 2.112
  anna-adam—used for eating    SB 6.9.1
  anna-adam—used for eating food    SB 6.9.5
  anna-adya—grains    SB 2.3.2-7
  anna-adyena—by distributing prasada    SB 8.16.55
  anna-adah—all living entities desiring food    SB 4.18.27
  anna-anurupam—according to the food    Antya 1.92
  anna-arthi—in need of some eatables    Antya 6.216
  anna-dose—by contamination of food    Madhya 12.190
  anna-jala—food and drink    Adi 10.98
  anna-kuta—of the Annakuta ceremony    Madhya 4.75
  anna-kuta—the Annakuta ceremony during the time of Krsna    Madhya 4.86
  anna-kuta—heaps of food    Madhya 4.94
  anna-kuta kare—perform the Annakuta ceremony    Madhya 4.90
  anna-kanksinah—always desiring to get sufficient food    SB 10.10.16
  anna-mayah—the source of potency for food grains    SB 5.22.10
  anna-mayaya—who maintains all living entities by supplying the necessities of life    SB 5.18.18
  anna-pitha-pana—rice, cakes and sweet rice    Madhya 12.154-155
  anna-pana—by the food and drink    SB 3.31.5
  anna-pana—solid and liquid food.    Madhya 11.111
  anna-pananam—of food and drink    SB 2.10.29
  anna-patre—on the plate for food    Madhya 15.61
  anna-saha—with food    Madhya 9.54
  anna-vyanjana—food grains and vegetables    Madhya 4.71
  anna-vyanjana—rice and vegetables    Madhya 15.225
  anna-vyanjana—cooked rice and vegetables    Antya 12.127
  anna-vyanjana khaila—has eaten all this food    Madhya 15.59
  anna-vyanjana-purna—filled with rice and vegetables    Madhya 15.62
  anna-vyanjana-upari—on top of the boiled rice and vegetables    Madhya 3.56
  anna-vyanjana-upari—over the rice and vegetables    Madhya 15.220
  anna-adi dekhiya—seeing the arrangement of food    Madhya 15.224
  anna-adya—by offering them sufficient grains and other eatables    SB 10.7.5
  anna-adya-adeh—of food and drink, etc.    SB 7.11.8-12
  bhojya-anna vipra—a brahmana at whose place an invitation could be accepted    Antya 8.89
  bhojya-anna-brahmana—a brahmana whose food can be accepted    Madhya 17.12
  saka-anna-sistam—remnants of foodstuff    SB 1.15.11
  sali-anna—cooked rice made of sali paddy    Madhya 15.54-55
  sali-anna—the rice of fine quality    Antya 2.109
  sali-anna—very fine rice    Antya 12.125
  ei anna—this food    Madhya 3.76
  eta anna—so much food    Madhya 24.280
  ghrta-sikta parama-anna—sweet rice mixed with ghee    Madhya 15.217
  khaya yadi anna-pane—if one eats only ordinary food grains    Madhya 25.278
  kim anna-datuh—does it belong to the employer who gives me the money to maintain it    SB 10.10.11
  maha-prasada-anna—remnants of food offered to Lord Jagannatha.    Madhya 6.39
  maha-prasada-anna—the remnants of food    Madhya 11.174
  na anna-dosena maskari—a sannyasi does not become affected by faulty acceptance of food    Madhya 12.191
  nave anna-adye—newly produced food grains    SB 7.12.19
  prasada-anna—the remnants of food    Madhya 6.223
  prasada-anna—remnants of food of Lord Jagannatha    Madhya 7.60
  prasada-anna—food    Madhya 7.86
  prasada-anna—rice maha-prasada    Madhya 11.116
  prasada-anna—remnants of food of Jagannatha.    Madhya 11.195
  prasada-anna—remnants of Jagannatha's food    Madhya 11.206
  prasada-anna—food of Jagannatha    Antya 6.315
  prasada-anna lana—taking the remnants of all kinds of food    Madhya 11.204
  sei anna—that prasada    Madhya 12.201
  sei anna—that rice    Antya 6.318
  sei prasada-anna—those remnants of food    Madhya 6.218
  tat-anna-trptaih—satisfied by the foodstuff of the sacrifice    SB 4.4.21
  uttama anna—fine rice    Antya 2.110
  uttama-anna—first-class rice    Madhya 5.102