Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: baddha

  baddha—folded    SB 3.13.33
  baddha—tied on    Adi 4.219
  baddha—obliged    Adi 6.69-70
  baddha—engaged    Madhya 7.37
  baddha—bound    Madhya 13.10

Compound Sanskrit Words Containing: baddha

  baddha-anjalim—with folded hands    SB 4.5.4, SB 4.12.22
  baddha-anjalih—with folded hands    SB 8.17.6, SB 8.23.1
  baddha ami—I am bound    Antya 12.70
  baddha-anjali—with folded hands    SB 10.10.28
  baddha-anjalin—who were standing with folded hands    SB 4.24.32
  baddha-anjalin—unto the demigods, who stood with folded hands    SB 8.6.16
  baddha-anjaleh—one with folded hands    SB 1.17.31
  baddha-anjali-putah—with folded hands    SB 7.8.37-39
  baddha-anjalim—having folded hands    SB 7.8.3-4
  baddha-balah—if he becomes strong    SB 10.4.38
  baddha-srnkhalam—being perfectly attracted to such activities    Madhya 8.106
  baddha-hrdayah—being very attached    SB 6.1.25
  baddha-kamah—because of being bewildered by material lusty desires.    SB 8.24.52
  baddha-sauhrdah—bound by eternal friendship.    SB 1.14.32-33
  baddha-sauhrdah—bound in friendship.    SB 4.20.12
  baddha-sauhrdah—because of being fully attached to Your lotus feet    SB 10.2.33
  baddha-setu-bhuja-uru-anghri—whose arms, thighs and feet were strongly built bridges    SB 10.6.15-17
  baddha-setuh—one who constructed a bridge over the ocean    SB 9.10.4
  baddha-trsnan—whose desires are bound.    SB 6.3.28
  baddha-ulukhalam amantrya—taking the permission of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who was bound to the wooden mortar    SB 10.10.43
  baddha-vairasya—of one who is inimical    SB 3.29.23
  baddha-vairesu—unnecessarily engaged in animosity    SB 8.7.39
  baddha-vairanam—increasingly becoming enemies    SB 8.9.6
  baddha-vairah—who have created enmity among themselves    SB 5.13.15
  baddha-vak—stopped talking    SB 1.15.43
  hrdi baddha-kamaih—with hearts full of all sorts of material desires    SB 3.9.12
  isu-baddha-panjarat—from the cage of the network of arrows    SB 8.11.26
  maya-baddha hana—becoming conditioned by the external energy.    Antya 20.33