Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: atta

  aṭṭa—raised sitting places    SB 4.9.57
  ātta—taken over    SB 1.17.36
  ātta—accepted    SB 1.19.35
  ātta—taken away    SB 3.15.23
  ātta—taking    SB 4.7.18
  ātta—received    SB 4.8.20
  ātta—having taken    SB 4.26.4
  aṭṭa aṭṭa—rough and hard    Adi 17.180, Adi 17.180
  aṭṭa aṭṭa—very loudly    Antya 3.154, Antya 3.154
  aṭṭa-aṭṭa hāsa—very loud laughing.    Madhya 14.229, Madhya 14.229
  aṭṭa-hāsa—laughing    SB 4.5.10
  aṭṭa-hāsa—laughing like madmen    Adi 6.51
  aṭṭa-hāsam—loud laughter    SB 7.8.28
  mahā-aṭṭa-hāsam—a greatly fearful laugh    SB 5.9.18
  mahā-aṭṭa-hāsam—great and fearful laughing    SB 6.8.14
  punar-ātta—redundancy (also called punar-ukti)    Adi 16.55
  punar-ātta—repetition of the same word    Adi 16.66
  ātta-cakraḥ—taking in hand the disc    SB 10.1.5-7
  ātta-śara-asanāḥ—fully equipped with arrows and bows    SB 10.11.31-32
  ātta-śarāsanaḥ—taking his arrows    SB 3.14.10
  ātta-cāpaḥ—holding the bow    SB 4.16.20
  ātta-cāpāḥ—well equipped with bows and arrows    SB 2.7.34-35
  ātta-līlā-tanoḥ—whose spiritual body is always engaged in various pastimes    SB 9.11.20
  ātta-nānā-tanoḥ—who accepts various forms    SB 3.31.12
  ātta-rathāṅgam—armed with the Sudarśana disc    SB 3.19.7
  ātta-sārāḥ—whose prowess was taken away.    SB 6.10.29
  ātta-totre—with a whip in the right hand    SB 1.9.39
  ātta-vajraḥ—taking up your thunderbolt    SB 6.12.6
  ātta-veṇuḥ—holding His flute    SB 6.8.20
  ātta-yaṣṭim—carrying in her hand a stick    SB 10.9.9

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